Suzuki Kizashi (2010 year). Instruction - part 12

 

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Suzuki Kizashi (2010 year). Instruction - part 12

 

 

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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
For Rockford® specifications
Adjusting the AVC (Auto volume con-
trol)
The Auto Volume Control (AVC) function
Bass adjustment (PUNCH BASS* 0)
automatically
adjusts
(increases/
decreases) the sound volume in accor-
Middle adjustment (MID 0)
dance with vehicle speed. The AVC control
is provided with three selectable levels
Treble adjustment (TRE 0)
(LEVEL OFF, 1, 2, 3). The range of volume
adjustment increases together with the
Balance adjustment (BAL 0)
LEVEL number.
1) Press the TUNE FOLDER PUSH
Fader adjustment (FADE 0)
SOUND knob (2) until the AVC adjust-
ment mode is selected.
AVC adjustment (LEVEL 2)
2) Turn the TUNE FOLDER PUSH
SOUND knob (2) to select the desired
AVC adjustment level. (Initial setting:
The PUNCH® Bass adjustment enables
LEVEL 2)
greater control of the Rockford Fosgate®
sonic signature by increasing/decreasing
the system’s low-frequency and sub-
woofer levels to tailor the dynamics of
the sound system without the muddied
bass and vocals typical of bass controls.
2) Turn the TUNE FOLDER PUSH
SOUND knob (2) to adjust the sound.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to the Radio
Display
(A)
(B)
TUNE / FOLDER / CH
VOL PUSH
POWER
PUSH SOUND
(1) FM/AM button
(4)
(2) Up button
(6)
(3) Down button
1
2
H
M
DISP
AS
(4) TUNE FOLDER PUSH SOUND knob
(7)
(5) Preset buttons (1 to 6)
(5)
3
4
RPT
RDM
(6) AS button
5
6
(7) DISP button
SEEK/ TRACK/CAT
FM/ AM
XM
CD
USB
(A) Band
MENU
(B) Frequency
(1)
(3)
(2)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Selecting the reception band
Preset memory
Auto store mode on/off
Press the FM/AM button (1).
1) Select the desired station.
Press the AS button (6).
Each time the button is pressed, the
2) Select the Preset button (5) to which
Each time the button is pressed, the mode
reception band is switched as follows:
you want to store the station and press
is switched as follows:
and hold the button for 2 seconds or
longer.
FM1 FM2 AM
AS mode on AS mode off
Auto store
Press and hold the AS button (6) for 2 sec-
onds or longer.
Six stations in good reception are auto-
Seek tuning
matically stored to the Preset buttons (5)
Preset station calling
Press the seek Up button (2) or the seek
in sequential order, starting from the lower
Press the Preset button (5).
Down button (3).
frequencies.
The corresponding station preset can be
The unit stops searching for a station at a
received.
NOTE:
frequency where a broadcast station is
• Auto store can be released by pressing
NOTE:
available.
AS button (6) while auto store is under
If the button for a station not preset is
way.
pressed, the unit displays “- - - ”.
Instruction tuning
• When the auto store is performed, the
Turn the TUNE FOLDER PUSH SOUND
station previously stored in the memory
knob (4).
at the position is overwritten.
The frequency being received is dis-
• When there are fewer than 6 stations
played.
that can be stored even if 1 round of
auto store operation is performed, no
station will be stored at the remaining
Preset buttons (5).
6 stations can be preset for FM1 and
FM2 in common, and 6 stations for AM
in auto store mode.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Display change
Radio Reception
Press the DISP button (7).
Radio reception can be affected by envi-
Each time it is pressed, display is changed
ronment, atmospheric conditions, or radio
as follows:
signal's power and distance from the sta-
tion. Nearby mountains and buildings may
interfere or deflect radio reception, caus-
Frequency display
ing poor reception. Poor reception or radio
static can also be caused by electric cur-
Station name display
rent from overhead wires or high voltage
power lines.
Radio text display
Station name display/Radio text display
Station name display and radio text dis-
NOTE:
play are not available when no data is
• Station name display is not selectable
received, or may not be displayed properly
when no station name data is received.
when the data is incorrectly transmitted or
NO MESSAGE is displayed when no
received.
radio text data is received.
• If all the text data cannot be displayed,
the > mark appears at the right end.
Holding down the DISP button (7) for 1
sec. or more calls the next page.
• The display will return to the frequency
display after 6 seconds.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to the XM Radio (if equipped)
Display
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
TUNE / FOLDER / CH
VOL PUSH
POWER
PUSH SOUND
(1) XM button
(4)
(2) Up button
(3) Down button
1
2
H
M
DISP
AS
(6)
(4) TUNE FOLDER PUSH SOUND knob
(5) Preset buttons (1 to 6)
(5)
3
4
RPT
RDM
(6) DISP button
5
6
(A) Band
SEEK/ TRACK/CAT
FM/ AM
XM
CD
USB
(B) Preset number
MENU
(C) Channel number
(D) Channel name
(1)
(3)
(2)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Selecting the reception band
Channel selection
Display change
Press the XM button (1).
Turn the TUNE FOLDER PUSH SOUND
Press the DISP button (6).
Each time the button is pressed, the
knob (4).
Each time it is pressed, display is changed
reception band is switched as follows:
The channel being received is displayed.
as follows:
NOTE:
“RADIO ID” is displayed with channel
XM1 XM2 XM3
000.
Channel name/
“Loading” is displayed during the acqui-
Channel number display
sition of audio data or information.
Song (program) title display
Channel selection by category
Category selection
Turn the TUNE FOLDER PUSH SOUND
Artist (feature) name display
Press the Up button (2) or the Down but-
knob (4) during category display.
ton (3).
The channel being received is displayed.
The category being received is displayed.
XM Reception
Preset memory
XM reception can be affected by atmo-
1) Select the desired channel.
spheric conditions. Nearby buildings or
2) Select the Preset buttons (5) to which
under the overhead railway may interfere
you want to store the channel and
or deflect reception, causing poor recep-
press and hold the button for 2 sec-
tion.
onds or longer.
Preset channel calling
Press the Preset button (5).
The corresponding channel preset can be
received.
NOTE:
If the button for a channel not preset is
pressed, the unit displays “- - - ”.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to a CD
Display
(A)
(2)
(1)
(B)
TUNE / FOLDER / CH
VOL PUSH
POWER
PUSH SOUND
(1) Insertion slot
(2) Eject button
(3) CD button
H
M
(8)
1
2
DISP
AS
(4) Up button
(6)
(5) Down button
3
4
RPT
RDM
(7)
(6) RPT button
5
6
(7) RDM button
(8) DISP button
SEEK/ TRACK/CAT
FM/ AM
XM
CD
USB
MENU
(A) Track number
(B) Play time
(3)
(5)
(4)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Ejecting a CD
CAUTION
Press the Eject button (2).
• Never insert your finger or hand
If you left a CD ejected for a period of
into the CD insertion slot. Never
about 15 seconds, it will be automatically
(A)
insert foreign objects.
drawn inside the unit. (Auto reload func-
• Never insert a CD with glue coming
tion, only at ACC off)
out from adhesive tape or a rental
CDs or CD-ROMs carrying no mark (A)
CD label or with a trace indicating
The backup eject function:
cannot be used.
that adhesive tape or a rental CD
This function allows you to eject a CD with
Some discs previously recorded in CD-
label has been removed. This may
the ACC power turned off by pressing the
R\CD-RW format may not be used.
cause the CD not to eject or result
Eject button (2).
in a malfunction.
CAUTION
Selecting a CD mode
If you forcefully try to push an ejected
Press the CD button (3).
CD inside the unit before auto reload-
Each time the button is pressed,
the
ing, the disc surface might be
source is switched as follows:
scratched.
Eject completely before reloading.
A CD is inserted with its label facing
upward.
CD Bluetooth® audio
Listening to a CD
When there is a CD already loaded in
When a CD is inserted, it is automatically
the unit, another CD cannot be loaded
played back.
at the same time. Do not use force when
When a CD is already inside the unit,
inserting the CD into the CD insertion
press the CD button (3) to play back the
slot.
Loading a CD
CD.
If a blank disc (non recorded CD-R) is
Insert a CD in the Insertion slot (1).
loaded in the unit, the disc will be
When a CD is loaded, play starts.
ejected.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Selecting a track
NOTE:
Display change
• Press the Up button (4) to listen to the
To cancel repeat play, press the RPT but-
Press the DISP button (8).
next track.
ton (6) to change the repeat play mode to
Each time it is pressed, display is changed
• Press the Down button (5) twice to listen
OFF.
as follows:
to the previous track.
• TRACK REPEAT
When the Down button (5) is pressed
The repeat indicator “RPT” lights.
once, the track currently being played
Play time display
The track being currently played is
will start again at the beginning.
played repeatedly.
Disc title display
Fast forwarding/Rewinding a track
Repeat play
• Hold in the Up button (4) to advance a
Track title display
Press the RPT button (6).
track rapidly.
Each time the button is pressed, repeat
• Hold in the Down button (5) to rewind a
play mode changes as follows:
track.
NOTE:
“NO TITLE” is displayed when there is
Random play
no information on the disc.
OFF TRACK REPEAT
Press the RDM button (7).
• If all the text data cannot be displayed,
Each time the button is pressed, the mode
the “>” mark appears at the right end.
changes in the following order.
Holding down the DISP button (8) for 1
sec. or more calls the next page.
NOTE:
To cancel repeat play, press the RPT but-
OFF TRACK RANDOM
ton (6) to change the repeat play mode to
OFF.
• TRACK REPEAT
The repeat indicator “RPT” lights.
The track being currently played is
played repeatedly.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to an MP3/WMA Disc
Display
(A)
(B)
(D)
(C)
TUNE / FOLDER / CH
VOL PUSH
POWER
PUSH SOUND
(1) TUNE FOLDER PUSH SOUND knob
(1)
(2) Up button
(3) Down button
H
M
(6)
1
2
DISP
AS
(4) RPT button
(4)
(5) RDM button
3
4
RPT
RDM
(5)
(6) DISP button
5
6
(A) Folder number
SEEK/ TRACK/CAT
FM/ AM
XM
CD
USB
(B) Track number
MENU
(C) Play time
(D) MP3/WMA indicator
(3)
(2)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Selecting a folder
Random play
Repeat play
Turn the TUNE FOLDER PUSH SOUND
Press the RDM button (5).
Press the RPT button (4).
knob (1) to select a folder.
Each time the button is pressed, the mode
Each time the button is pressed, repeat
changes in the following order.
play mode changes as follows:
Selecting a track
• Press the Up button (2) to listen to the
next track.
OFF FOLDER RANDOM ALL RANDOM
OFF FILE REPEAT FOLDER REPEAT
• Press the Down button (3) twice to listen
to the previous track.
When the Down button (3) is pressed
once, the track currently being played
NOTE:
NOTE:
will start again at the beginning.
To cancel random play, press the RDM
To cancel repeat play, press the RPT but-
button (5) several times to change the ran-
ton (4) several times to change the repeat
Fast forwarding/Rewinding a track
dom play mode to OFF.
play mode to OFF.
• Hold in the Up button (2) to advance a
• FILE REPEAT
• FOLDER RANDOM
track rapidly.
The repeat indicator “RPT” lights.
The random indicator “RDM.F” lights.
• Hold in the Down button (3) to rewind a
The track currently being played is
The tracks in the current folder are
track.
played repeatedly.
played at random.
• FOLDER REPEAT
• ALL RANDOM
The repeat indicator “RPT.F” lights.
The random indicator “RDM” lights.
All the tracks in the folder currently
The tracks in the disc that is loaded are
being played are played repeatedly.
played at random.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Display change
Press the DISP button (6).
Each time it is pressed, display is changed
as follows:
Play time display
Folder name display
File name display
Album name display (MP3 only)
Track title display
Artist name display
NOTE:
“NO TITLE” is displayed when there is
no information on the disc.
• If all the text data cannot be displayed,
the “>” mark appears at the right end.
Holding down the DISP button (6) for 1
sec. or more calls the next page.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Notes on MP3/WMA
MP3
disc.
What is MP3/WMA?
• It is recommended to set the bit rate to
The name of an MP3/WMA file should
MP3 (MPEG1/2 Audio Layer-III) and WMA
“128 kbps or more” and “fixed”.
be added by rules as shown in the fol-
(Windows MediaTM Audio) are the com-
lowing descriptions and also comply
pression formats of digital audio. The
WMA
with the rules of each file system.
former is developed by MPEG (Motion Pic-
• It is recommended to set the bit rate to
The file extension
“.mp3” or
“.wma”
ture Experts Group), and the latter is
“64 kbps or more” and “fixed”.
should be assigned to each file depend-
developed by Microsoft Corporation.
• Do not set the copy protect attribute on
ing on the file format.
Using these compression formats, you
the WMA file to enable this unit to play
You may encounter trouble in playing
can record the contents of about 10 music
back.
MP3/WMA files or displaying the infor-
CDs on a single CD media (This figures
mation of MP3/WMA files recorded with
NOTE:
refer to data recorded on a 650 MB CD-R
certain writing software or CD record-
Never assign the “.mp3”, or “.wma” file
or CD-RW at a fixed bit rate of 128 kbps
ers.
name extension to a file that is not in the
and a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz).
This unit does not have a play list func-
MP3/WMA format. This may not only pro-
tion.
duce noise from the speaker damage, but
Points to remember when making MP3/
Although Multi-session recording is sup-
also damage your hearing.
WMA files
ported, the use of Disc-at-Once is rec-
Common
ommended.
Recording MP3/WMA files on a CD
• High bit rate and high sampling fre-
media
quency are recommended for high qual-
Compression formats
• You are recommended to minimize the
ity sounds.
MP3
chances of making a disc that contains
• Selecting VBR (Variable Bit Rate) is not
• Bit rate:
both CD-DA files and MP3/WMA files.
recommended because playing time is
MPEG1 Audio Layer III : 64 k - 320 kbps
• If CD-DA files are on the same disc as
not displayed properly and sound may
MPEG2 Audio Layer III : 64 k - 160 kbps
MP3 or WMA files, the songs may not
be skipped.
• Sampling frequency:
play in the intended order, or some
• The playback sound quality differs
MPEG1 Audio Layer III : 32 k/44.1 k/48 kHz
songs may not play at all.
depending on the encoding circum-
MPEG2 Audio Layer III : 16 k/22.05 k/24 kHz
• When storing MP3 data and WMA data
stances. For details, refer to the user
WMA (Ver.7, Ver.8)
on the same disc, use different folders
manual of your own encoding software
• Bit rate: CBR 48 k - 192 kbps
for each data.
and writing software.
• Sampling frequency: 32 k/44.1 k/48 kHz
• Do not record files other than MP3/
WMA files and unnecessary folder on a
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
WMA (Ver. 9*)
• Bit rate: CBR 48 k - 320 kbps
• Sampling frequency: 32 k/44.1 k/48 kHz
* WMA 9 Professional/LossLess/Voice are
not supported.
Supported file systems
ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2, Joliet, Romeo
Maximum number of files/folders
• Maximum number of files: 512 (files +
folders)
• Maximum number of files in one folder:
512
• Maximum depth of trees: 8
• Maximum number of folders: 255
(Root folder is included.)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to the file stored in the USB device
Display
(A)
(B)
(D)
(C)
TUNE / FOLDER / CH
VOL PUSH
POWER
PUSH SOUND
(1) USB button
(2)
(2) TUNE FOLDER PUSH SOUND knob
(3) Up button
H
M
(7)
1
2
DISP
AS
(4) Down button
(5)
(5) RPT button
3
4
RPT
RDM
(6)
(6) RDM button
5
6
(7) DISP button
SEEK/ TRACK/CAT
FM/ AM
XM
CD
USB
(A) Folder number
MENU
(B) Track number
(C) Play time
(D) MP3/WMA indicator
(1)
(4)
(3)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Random play
Repeat play
CAUTION
Press the RDM button (6).
Press the RPT button (5).
Do not connect any USB device
Each time the button is pressed, the mode
Each time the button is pressed, repeat
other than a USB memory or a
changes in the following order.
play mode changes as follows:
USB audio player. Do not con-
nect multiple USB devices to the
USB connector. Supplying power
OFF FOLDER RANDOM ALL RANDOM
OFF FILE REPEAT FOLDER REPEAT
to multiple USB devices from the
connector could cause overheat-
ing and smoking.
Selecting a USB device mode
NOTE:
NOTE:
Press the USB button (1).
To cancel random play, press the RDM
To cancel repeat play, press the RPT but-
button (6) several times to change the ran-
ton (5) several times to change the repeat
Selecting a folder
dom play mode to OFF.
play mode to OFF.
Turn the sound control knob (2) to select a
• FILE REPEAT
• FOLDER RANDOM
folder.
The repeat indicator “RPT” lights.
The random indicator “RDM.F” lights.
The track currently being played is
The tracks in the current folder are
Selecting a track
played repeatedly.
played at random.
• Press the Up button (3) to listen to the
• FOLDER REPEAT
• ALL RANDOM
next track.
The repeat indicator “RPT.F” lights.
The random indicator “RDM” lights.
• Press the Down button (4) twice to listen
All the tracks in the folder currently
The tracks in the USB device that is
to the previous track.
being played are played repeatedly.
connected are played at random.
When the Down button (4) is pressed
once, the track currently being played
will start again at the beginning.
Fast forwarding/Rewinding a track
• Hold in the Up button (3) to advance a
track rapidly.
• Hold in the Down button (4) to rewind a
track.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Display change
Notes on USB device
Recording MP3/WMA files on a USB device
Press the DISP button (7).
Compatible USB devices
• Playback or display may not be possible
Each time it is pressed, display is changed
• USB Mass Storage Class
depending on the type of USB device or
as follows:
For details as to whether your USB
the condition of the recording.
memory/USB Audio is compatible with
• Depending on the connected USB
USB Mass Storage Class, please con-
memory, the order in which the files are
Play time display
tact the USB memory/USB Audio manu-
played back may differ from the order in
which the files were stored.
facturer.
Folder name display
• USB Standard Compatibility 1.1/2.0 Full
Compression formats
Speed
MP3
File name display
• File System FAT16/32
• Bit rate:
• Maximum current less than 500 mA
MPEG1 Audio Layer III : 64 k - 320 kbps
Album name display (MP3 only)
• Capacity less than 4 GB (1 partition)
MPEG2 Audio Layer III : 64 k - 160 kbps
• Sampling frequency:
Track title display
USB device connection
MPEG1 Audio Layer III : 32 k/44.1 k/48 kHz
When connecting a USB device, make
MPEG2 Audio Layer III : 16 k/22.05 k/24 kHz
Artist name display
sure the connector is pushed all the way
WMA (Ver.7, Ver.8)
into the socket.
• Bit rate: CBR 48 k - 192 kbps
Do not leave the USB device for long
• Sampling frequency: 32 k/44.1 k/48 kHz
NOTE:
periods of time in places inside the car
WMA (Ver. 9*)
“NO TITLE” is displayed when there is
where the temperature rises too high.
• Bit rate: CBR 48 k - 320 kbps
no information on the disc.
Back up any important data beforehand.
• Sampling frequency: 32 k/44.1 k/48 kHz
• If all the text data cannot be displayed,
We cannot accept responsibility for any
* WMA 9 Professional/LossLess/Voice are
the “>” mark appears at the right end.
lost data.
not supported.
Holding down the DISP button (7) for
The use of USB devices that contain
1 sec. or more calls the next page.
data files other than MP3/WMA format
Maximum number of files/folders
is not recommended.
• Maximum number of files: 2500 (files +
folders)
• Maximum number of files in one folder: 255
• Maximum depth of trees: 8
• Maximum number of folders: 255
(Root folder is included.)
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