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  Operation Manual CD RECEIVER DEH-P4050UB E n  gl    i     sh  P  or   t     u  g u ê    s   (    B   )     E  s  p añ   ol     Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com   manuals search engine    Thank you  for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operateyour model properly.  After you have finished reading the instructions, keep this man-ual in a safe place for future reference. Before You Start About this unit  5 Visit our website  6 Protecting your unit from theft  6 –  Removing the front panel  6 –  Attaching the front panel  6 About the demo mode  7 Use and care of the remote control  7 –  Installing the battery  7 –  Using the remote control  7Operating this unit What ’ s What  8 –  Head unit  8 –  Remote control  9 –  Display indication  9 Basic Operations  10 –  Power ON/OFF  10 –  Selecting a source  10 –  Adjusting the volume  11  Tuner   11 –  Basic Operations  11 –  Storing and recalling broadcastfrequencies  11 –  Introduction of advancedoperations  12 –  Storing the strongest broadcastfrequencies  12 –  Tuning in strong signals  12 Built-in CD Player   13 –  Basic Operations  13 –  Displaying text information on disc  13 –  Selecting tracks from the track titlelist  14 –  Selecting files from the file namelist  14 –  Introduction of advancedoperations  15 –  Selecting a repeat play range  15 –  Playing tracks in random order   15 –  Scanning folders and tracks  15 –  Pausing playback  15 –  Using Sound Retriever   16 –  Using disc title functions  16 Playing songs on USB portable audio player/ USB memory  17 –  Basic Operations  17 –  Displaying text information of an audiofile  17 –  Selecting files from the file namelist  17 –  Introduction of advancedoperations  17 Playing songs on iPod  19 –  Basic Operations  19 –  Browsing for a song  19 –  Displaying text information oniPod  19 –  Introduction of advancedoperations  20 –  Playing songs in a random order (shuffle)  20 –  Playing all songs in a random order (shuffle all)  21 –  Selecting songs from album list ofcurrently playing artist  21 –  Operating this unit ’ s iPod functionfrom your iPod  21 –  Changing audiobook speed  21Audio Adjustments Introduction of audio adjustments  22 Using balance adjustment  22 Using the equalizer   22 –  Recalling equalizer curves  22 –  Adjusting equalizer curves  23 –  Fine-adjusting equalizer curve  23 Adjusting loudness  24 Using subwoofer output  24 Contents En 2 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com   manuals search engine    –  Adjusting subwoofer settings  24 Using the high pass filter   25 Boosting the bass  25 Adjusting source levels  25Initial Settings Adjusting initial settings  26 Setting the clock  26 Setting the FM tuning step  26 Setting the AM tuning step  26 Switching the warning tone  27 Switching the auxiliary setting  27 Switching the dimmer setting  27 Setting the rear output and subwoofer controller   27 Switching the feature demo  28 Switching the Ever Scroll  28 Activating the BTAUDIO source  28 Entering PIN code for Bluetooth wirelessconnection  28 Displaying system version of Bluetoothadapter for repair   29Other Functions Using the AUX source  30 –  About AUX1 and AUX2  30 –  AUX1 source:  30 –  AUX2 source:  30 –  Selecting AUX as the source  30 –  Setting the AUX title  30  Turning the clock display on or off  30 Using the external unit  31 –  Selecting the external unit as thesource  31 –  Basic operation  31 –  Using the functions allocated to 1 to 6keys  31 –  Advanced operations  31Available accessories Playing songs on iPod  32 –  Basic operation  32 –  Displaying text information oniPod  32 –  Browsing for a song  32 –  Function and operation  32 –  Playing songs in a random order (shuffle)  33 Bluetooth Audio  33 –  Basic Operations  33 –  Function and operation  33 –  Connecting a Bluetooth audioplayer   34 –  Playing songs on Bluetooth audioplayer   34 –  Stopping playback  34 –  Disconnecting a Bluetooth audioplayer   34 –  Displaying BD (Bluetooth Device)address  35 Bluetooth Telephone  35 –  Basic Operations  35 –  Setting up for hands-free phoning  35 –  Making a phone call  36 –  Taking a phone call  36 –  Introduction of advancedoperations  36 –  Connecting a cellular phone  37 –  Disconnecting a cellular phone  38 –  Registering a connected cellular phone  38 –  Deleting a registered phone  38 –  Connecting to a registered cellular phone  38 –  Using the Phone Book  39 –  Using the Call History  40 –  Making a call by entering phonenumber   40 En  3 E n  gl    i     sh  Contents Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com   manuals search engine    –  Clearing memory  40 –  Setting automatic rejecting  41 –  Setting automatic answering  41 –  Switching the ring tone  41 –  Echo canceling and noisereduction  41 Multi-CD Player   41 –  Basic Operations  41 –  Using CD TEXT functions  41 –  Introduction of advancedoperations  41 –  Using compression and bassemphasis  42 –  Using ITS playlists  43 –  Using disc title functions  44  TV tuner   44 –  Basic Operations  44 –  Storing and recalling broadcaststations  45 –  Storing the strongest broadcaststations sequentially  45Additional Information Error messages  46 Handling guideline of discs and player   47 Dual Discs  48 Compressed audio compatibility  48 USB audio player/USB memory  48 –  USB audio player/USB memorycompatibility  48 –  USB audio player/USB memory  49 –  Compressed audio compatibility  50 iPod  50 –  About handling the iPod  50 –  About iPod settings  50 Compressed audio files on the disc  51 –  Example of a hierarchy  51 Specifications  52 Contents En 4 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com   manuals search engine  
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