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User manual Hyundai, model H-CDM8045

Manafacture: Hyundai
File size: 782.54 kb
File name: Hyundai-H-CDM8045-Pdf-Rus.Pdf
Language of manual:ruen
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If the volume level is set less than 6, it will resume to 6; if it is higher than 30, it will resume to 30; if it is between 6 and 30, it still stores in the status which you set. Volume control Volume adjust Press the VOLUME (A, ▼) buttons on the RC or rotate the VOLUME knob on the panel to adjust the volume level. Setting the sound characteristics Press repeatedly the SEL button on the remote controller or VOLUME knob on the front panel to select the audio mode such as VOL (volume), BAS (bass), TRE (treble), BAL (balance), FAD (fader), then press the A, ▼ buttons on the front panel or the remote controller to adjust the settings for each mode. Note: . If turning off the power all the settings of each mode will be saved. . If turning off the ACC power all the settings will become as they were set on the plant as current. 14 . If you don’t adjust VOL buttons within 3 seconds after selecting the desired mode, the unit will automatically return to the current mode being displayed. When EQ mode is activated, press SEL button to select modes: VOL/ BAL/ FAD. BAS/ TRE are invalid. Setting other characteristics During FM mode, keep pressing SEL button on the remote controller or VOLUME knob on the front panel for 3 seconds to enter another selective mode in the following order: TA SEEK-»MASK DN-+RET13NE-S—+DSP OFF—* LOLD OFF a. TA (Traffic Announcement) mode To determine what action will the radio take if the newly tuned station does not receive TP (Transport Program) information for 5 seconds. Press the VOLUME (A, ▼) buttons on the RC or rotate the VOLUME knob on the panel to select the desired mode: TA ALARM and TA SEEK. - TA SEEK During searching the radio retunes to a different station, which contains TP information. - TA ALARM During searching the radio does not retune but the "NO TP, TA" will be blinking on the display. b. Mask mode “PI” is referred to “Different PI (Program Information) with same AF (Alternative Frequency)”. During AF search, PI stations and non-RDS (Radio Data Station) stations with strong signal will be masked, in the latter case, the non-RDS stations may cause interference, resulting the real AF to be masked due to the misjudgment of the radio under interference. Press the VOLUME (A, ▼) buttons on the RC or rotate the VOLUME knob on the panel to select the desired mode: MASK DPI M and MASK ALL. - MASK DPI To mask only the AF with different PI. 15 - MASK ALL To mask both PI and strong signal non-RDS station. c. Retune L, retune S To determine the initial time of automatic TA (Traffic Announcement) search. There are 2 modes: RETUNE L and RETUNE L. - RETUNE L:180 seconds. - RETUNE S: 45 seconds. Note: Retune mode is active for TA SEEK mode only. d. DSP mode DSP OFF > POP > ROCK > CLASS > FLAT. At DSP OFF mode preset equalizer will be controlled by Bass/ Treble setting. d. Loud mode Use this mode to increase bass output (LOUD ON). e. ESP mode (Electronic Shock Protection) You can select the second of ESP as follow: - ESP 12 second: for normal road condition. - ESP 45 second: for road condition extremely unusual. f. Beep mode There are 2 modes: BEEP ON and BEEP OFF. - BEEP OFF: disable audible beep tone when any function is accessed. - BEEP ON: enable audible beep tone. g. Seek mode (Seek 1/ Seek 2) You can choose from Seek tuning mode 1 and mode 2 by using Volume control. While the desired Seek tuning mode is selected, the following operations can be performed: - SEEK1: Press the Tuning up/ down button briefly to increase or decrease the frequency by 1 step size. Press and hold the Tuning up/ down button to seek the band in up or down direction and stop when a 16 station is received. - SEEK2: Press the Tuning up/ down button briefly to increase or decrease the frequency by 1 step size. Press and hold the Tuning up/ down button increase or decrease the frequency rapidly until the button is released, the different between the same operation at Seek 1 mode is that this time the radio will not stop at any station. h. Stereo mode Use this mode to select STEREO or MONO reception for FM radio stations. You can sometimes improve reception of distant stations by selecting mono mode. i. LOC/DX mode Use this mode to change between LOCAL and DISTANT (DX) tuning mode. Local mode improves reception in some areas where the signal is too strong. Turning the sound off Press the MUTE button on the RC to turn the sound off. Press it again or use the VOLUME buttons to turn the sound on. Setting the time . Displaying time: Press DISP button on the RC or on the panel to display the current time on the LCD, it returns to original after 3 seconds. . Setting time: Press and hold DISP button on the RC or on the panel until the two points in the middle of the clock stop blinking, you can rotate VOLUME button on the panel or press A, ▼ buttons on the RC to adjust hours. Press DISP, the minutes blink, rotate VOLUME button on the panel or press A, ▼ buttons ...


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