1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL K100C MP3/WMA CD PLAYER WITH AM/FM RADIO
2 BEFORE USE Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference 1. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Page GENERAL Page ANTI-THEFT SECURITY CODE Page RADIO Page CD PLAYER Page HANDLING COMPACT DISCS Page LCD DISPLAY FOR CD PLAYER ERROR Page PRODUCT AND WARRANTY SERVICE Page MP3/WMA INFORMATION AND NOTICE Page WARNING AND PRECAUTIONS Page SPECIFICATIONS Page 23 2
3 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS POWER (ON / OFF / Volume) 10. PRESET 1 MEMORY ( / - Pause Play) 2. AUDIO SETTING SELECT / TUNING 11. PRESET 2 MEMORY (SCN Scan Mode) 3. DISPLAY MODE 12. PRESET 3 MEMORY (RPT Repeat Mode) 4. LOCAL-DISTANCE Control (LO/DX) 13. PRESET 4 MEMORY (RDM Random Mode) 5. BEST STATION MEMORY 14. PRESET 5 MEMORY (DIRECTORY DOWN) 6. MODE (RADIO BAND/CDP) 15. PRESET 6 MEMORY (DIRECTORY UP) 7. TUNE / SEEK 16. EJECT 8. EQUALIZER (EQ) 17. CD SLOT 9. AM/FM BAND 18. WARNING LED Note: Numbers inside circles e.g. 18 are used throughout this manual, to refer to each of the buttons shown on this page. 3
4 GENERAL POWER ON/OFF BUTTON Press button 1 momentarily to turn the set on or off. When the set is next switched on, the previous mode and disc play position will be restored. 1 VOLUME UP/DOWN CONTROL Turn button 1 right to increase the volume level. The level will be shown as VOLUME xx on the display panel. Turn button 1 left to decrease the volume level. After 5 seconds the display will return to the previous mode. 1 START-UP VOLUME LEVEL SET UP Start-up volume is the volume level the set will play at when next turned on. To adjust the start-up volume, press and hold button 1 longer than 3 seconds. The current start-up t volume levell is displayed d as a flashing number on the display panel. Turn button 1 left or right to increase or decrease the volume, then press button 1 again to set that volume level as the start-up volume level. 4
5 GENERAL 2 SOUND SETTING SELECTION This button is to adjust the sound. Each time you momentary press button 2, LCD displays each mode as follows : BASS MIDDLE TREBLE BAL L=R FADER F=R BEEP 2ND LOUD ON On each setting, the level can be controlled by turning button 2. The display will automatically return to the previous mode 5 seconds after the last adjustment is made. Note: When the EQ mode is activated, the BASS, MIDDLE, TREBLE and LOUD modes are not displayed. 2 BASS CONTROL (1 ST setting) To adjust the bass tone level, first select the bass mode by pressing button 2 until BASS appears on the display panel. Within 5 seconds of selecting the BASS mode, turn button 2 right or left to adjust the bass level as desired. The bass level will be shown on the display panel from a minimum of BASS 10 to a maximum of BASS+10. The display will automatically return to the normal indication in 5 seconds after the last adjustment, or when another function is activated. 2 MIDDLE CONTROL (2 nd setting) To adjust the mid tone level, first select the middle mode by pressing button 2 until MIDDLE appears on the display panel. Within 5 seconds of selecting the middle mode, turn button 2 right or left to adjust the mid level as desired. The mid level will be shown on the display panel from a minimum of MIDDLE -10 to a maximum of MIDDLE +10. The display will automatically return to the normal indication in 5 seconds after the last adjustment or, when another function is activated. 2 TREBLE CONTROL (3 rd setting) To adjust the treble tone level, first select the treble mode by pressing button 2 until TREBLE appears on the display panel. Within 5 seconds of selecting the treble mode, turn button 2 right or left to adjust the treble level as desired. The treble level will be shown on the display panel from a minimum of TREBLE -10 to a maximum of TREBLE +10. The display will automatically return to the normal indication in 5 seconds after the last adjustment, or when another function is activated. 5
6 GENERAL BALANCE CONTROL (4 th setting) To adjust the left-right speaker balance, first select the Balance mode by pressing the Select button 2 until the BAL indication appears on the display panel. Within 5 seconds of choosing the Balance mode, turn right/left to adjust the balance as desired. The balance position will be shown by the bars on the display panel from BAL 10L (full left) to BAL 10R (full right). When the volume level between the left and right speakers is equal, BAL L=R will be shown on the display panel. The display will automatically return to the normal indication in 5 seconds after the last adjustment or when another function is activated. 2 FADER CONTROL (5 th setting) To adjust the front-rear speaker balance, first select the Fader mode by pressing the Select button 2 until the FADER indication appears on the display panel. Within 5 seconds of choosing the Fader mode, turn right/left to adjust the frontrear speaker level as desired. The fader position will be shown by the bars on the display panel from FADER 10F (full front) to FADER 10R (full rear). When the volume level between the front and rear speaker is equal, FADER F=R will be shown on the display panel. The display will automatically return to the normal indication in 5 seconds after the last adjustment or when another function is activated. 6
7 GENERAL 2 BEEP CONTROL (6 th setting) To adjust the Beep mode, first select the Beep mode by pressing the Select button 2 until BEEP appears on the display panel. The Beep mode will be shown on the display panel from BEEP 2ND, BEEP OFF and BEEP ON. The display will automatically return to the normal indication in 5 seconds after the last adjustment or when another function is activated. Select BEEP ON when you wish to hear the BEEP sound whenever any function button is pressed. Select BEEP 2ND when you wish to hear the BEEP sound whenever any Tuner Pre-set button and/or Track cue or review buttons are pressed. Once the desired setting is displayed, press button 2 to save your selected setting. 2 LOUDNESS CONTROL (7 th setting) When listening to music at low volume levels, this feature will boost the bass and treble response. This action will compensate for the reduction in bass and treble performance experienced at low volume. To select the loudness feature, press button 2 until LOUD ON or LOUD OFF is displayed, then turn button 2 left or right to activate or deactivate loudness. 6 MODE BUTTON Press MODE button 6 to select each radio band or CD player. 8 EQUALIZER (EQ) You can select an equalizer curve for 4 music types (CLASSIC, POP, ROCK, JAZZ). Press EQ button 8 repeatedly until the desired equalizer effect is displayed. Each time you press this button, LCD displays each mode as follows : CLASSIC POP ROCK JAZZ EQ OFF Note: Bass, middle, treble and loudness will be ignored when the EQUALIZER function is active. 7
8 GENERAL 4 LOCAL-DISTANCE CONTROL (LO/DX) Pressing button 4 momentarily alters the search sensitivity of the radio. In local sensitivity mode, the radio will select only local strong stations in station search mode. In distant sensitivity mode, the radio will select strong local stations and weaker distant stations in station search mode. When in local sensitivity mode, the display panel shows LOC in smaller characters constantly at the top of the LCD display. To change the sensitivity mode between local and distant mode, press button 4. Note: If the desired radio station is not found during station search in either local or distant mode, try manually tuning to the frequency of the desired station by turning button WARNING LED This LED lamp blinks every 1 second when the ignition is turned OFF. 8
9 ANTI-THEFT SECURITY PIN CODE ANTI-THEFT SECURITY PIN CODE INPUT To activate the security pin code, please follow these steps. 1. Turn on your stereo. 2. If the stereo screen indicates 1 CDE, this is a message that you need enter your anti-theft security pin code. 3. Your security pin code number can be found on the card supplied with your new KIA vehicle. 4. Every KIA stereo has its own individual anti-theft security pin code. Entering an incorrect pin code or using incorrect procedures will not activate your stereo to an operational status. 5. Your anti-theft pin code is made up of four computer-generated numbers. 6. An example pin code may be To enter pin code 3212 into your stereo, always follow these steps, a. Press Pre-set 1 button 10 three times. b. Press Pre-set 2 button 11 twice. c. Press Pre-set 3 button 12 once. d. Press Pre-set 4 button 13 twice e. Check that the PIN code shown on your stereo screen is f. Press Pre-set 5 button 14 to activate the pin code. Your Stereo is now readied for full operation. 9
10 ANTI-THEFT SECURITY PIN CODE 8. Another example pin code number is To enter pin code 7963 into your stereo, always follow these steps, a. Press Pre-set 1 button 10 seven (7) times. b. Press Pre-set 2 button 11 nine (9) times. c. Press Pre-set 3 button 12 six (6) times. d. Press Pre-set 4 button 13 three (3) times. e. Check that the PIN code shown on your stereo screen is f. Press Pre-set 5 button 14 to activate the PIN code. 10. Important : If you have entered the incorrect anti-theft pin code or used an incorrect procedure at your first attempt, your stereo screen will exhibit the following message 2 CDE. This means you need enter the pin code a second time taking care to follow these instructions and enter the correct pin code. 11. If the stereo screen show the message 3 CDE, this means you failed to follow the correct instructions or that you entered the incorrect pin code. 12. If you fail to succeed to enter the correct pin code at the third attempt, your stereo will turn off. You will need to wait at least one hour before attempting to re-enter the correct anti-theft security pin code number using the above procedures correctly. Your KIA stereo has the anti-theft security pin code entered into it prior to you collecting your new KIA car. The only time your stereo will identify the message 1 CDE in the screen is if your stereo or car has lost battery power. If your car battery is in good order, your stereo will accept your anti-theft security pin code number using the above procedure. If you experience a failure to operate your stereo after carrying out the above procedure. Please visit it a KIA Dealer for additional assistance. Please do not leave your card containing your anti-theft security pin code number in your car. Keep your card featuring your pin code number in a safe secure place. 10
11 RADIO AM/FM BAND SELECTOR (AM/FM) Each time this button is pressed, the radio band is changed. Each time this button is pressed, LCD displays each band as follows: FM1 FM2 FM3 AM 7 UP/DOWN TUNING (, ) To automatically select a radio station, momentarily press the UP TUNE SEEK button ( button ( ) 7. The tuner will search for the next radio station. ) 7 or DOWN TUNE SEEK 2 MANUAL TUNING To manually tune to a radio station, turn button 2 left or right to increase or decrease the radio frequency. 11
12 RADIO 5 PRE-SET SCAN (PS) / BEST STATION MEMORY (BSM) BUTTON 5 - (1) PRE-SET SCAN (PS) Press BSM button 5 momentarily to scan the 6 pre-set station stored the memories on the AM bands or the 18 pre-set stations stored the memories on the FM bands. The unit will stop at each pre-set station (the pre-set number on the display panel will flash during pre-set scan operation) and remain on the selected frequency. Press the button momentarily again to remain on the station currently being heard. 5 - (2) BEST STATION MEMORY (BSM) Pressing BSM button 5 for longer than 2 seconds will activate the BSM tuning feature which will automatically scan and enter each station into memory. If you have already set the pre-set memories to your favorite stations, activating the BSM tuning feature will erase those stations and enter the new ones. This BSM feature is most useful when traveling in a new area where you are not familiar with the local stations. 10~15 STATION PRE-SET BUTTON Whilst in radio mode, pressing buttons 10 to 15 for less than 3 seconds will recall the radio station pre-set to that button memory. To store radio stations into any of the 6 pre-set memories, in either the AM or FM bands, use the following procedure: a. Select the desired radio band by pressing momentarily MODE button 6. b. Select the radio station to be pre-set using the manual or automatic tuning methods describer earlier. c. Press and hold any of the pre-set buttons for longer than 3 seconds. The pre-set number will appear on the display panel indicating that the radio station is now set into that pre-set memory location. Note: By pressing any pre-set button, the radio station stored in that memory location can be recalled at any time. 12
13 CD PLAYER 2 7 TRACK SELECTION & CUE / REVIEW BUTTON 7 -(1) TRACK SELECT FUNCTION During CD player function, button 7 moves the playback forward to the next track or backwards to the start of the current or previous track. Each time the forward track select ( ) is pressed, track number is increased. Each time the backward track select ( ) is pressed, track number is decreased. 7 -(2) CUE/REVIEW FUNCTIONS High-speed audible search cue and review of any track on a CD-DA (audio) disc can be made using this button 7. Press and hold the cue button ( ) to advance rapidly in the forward direction or the review button ( ) to advance rapidly in reverse direction. Note: In case of playing MP3 disc, you can search the file using cue and review, but the MP3 track audio will not be heard. Play Cue and Review within a located file (song) and play sounds automatically at the first selection of a file. 2 MP3 DIRECTORY/FILE SEARCHING Button 2 is used to select a particular directory and file on an MP3 disc. Press and hold button 2 for more than 3 seconds. Then, turn button 2 right or left to display the available directories. Press button 2 momentarily when the desired directory is displayed, then turn button 2 left or right to display the tracks within that directory. Press button 2 when the desired file is displayed to begin playback. 13 7
14 CD PLAYER The Directory reading method is different as follows depending on the burning software like Easy CD or Nero Burning. Method 1 : ROOT Dir01 Dir02 Dir03 Dir04 Dir05 Dir06 Dir07 Method 2 : ROOT Dir01 Dir02 Dir05 Dir03 Dir06 Dir04 Dir07 If you want to search for a file/track in the selected directory, turn button 2 right or left. Press button 2 when you find the desired wanted. The unit will then play that selected file. For example, the file search changes in Dir01 as follows. File01 File02 File03 File04 MP3 directory/file configuration ROOT Directory01 File01 File02 File03 File04 Dir02 Dir03 Dir04 File05 File06 Dir05 File07 File08 Dir06 File09 File10 Dir07 14
15 CD PLAYER PLAY/ PAUSE ( / ) Press this button ( / ) momentarily when you want to stop playing music. PAUSE mark will blink on the LCD panel. Press the button again to return to the mode ( / ) ) in use before mode was activated. 11 TRACK SCAN (SCN) During disc play, press button 11 to play the first 10 seconds of each track on the disc. SCN will appear on the display panel. When the desired track is reached, press button 11 again to cancel the function. The set will then play the selected track. Track scan mode can be cancelled by activating random play, repeat play, track up/down or directory up/down button. Note: When scan playing an MP3 disc, press and hold button 11 longer than 3 seconds; SCN will blink on the display panel and all files in the selected directory will be introduced until the scan mode is cancelled by pressing button 11 again, or by activating the random play, repeat play, track up/down or directory up/down button. 15
16 CD PLAYER 12 REPEAT PLAY SELECTOR (RPT) During disc play, press button 12 to play the selected track repeatedly. RPT will appear on the display panel. Playback of the track will continue to repeat until the button is pressed again; RPT then disappears from the display panel. Repeat Play mode will also be cancelled by activating random play or scan play button. Note: In case of playing MP3 disc, when button 12 is pressed and held longer than 3 seconds, RPT will blink on the display panel and play all files in the selected directory. The playback will be repeated until the directory repeat mode is cancelled by pressing the repeat button again, or by activating random play or scan play button. RPT will then disappear from the display. 13 RANDOM PLAY SELECTOR (RDM) During disc play, press button 13 to play tracks on the disc in a random or shuffled order. RDM will appear on the display panel. The track select function 13 will also select tracks in the random mode instead of the normal sequence. The random play mode can be cancelled by activating scan play or repeat play button. Note: In case of MP3 playback; when the random button is pressed and held longer than 3 seconds, RDM will blink on the display panel and play all files in the current directory randomly until the directory random mode is cancelled by pressing button 13 again or by activating scan play or repeat play button. RDM will disappear from display panel. 14 DIRECTORY DOWN (D-) During MP3 playback, selection of the previous directory (if available on the MP3 disc) is possible by pressing button 14 briefly. The previous directory is located each time button 14 is pressed. 15 DIRECTORY UP (D+) During MP3 playback, selection of the next directory (if available on the MP3 CD) is possible by pressing button 15 briefly. The next directory is located each time button 15 is pressed. Note If the MP3 disc does not contain directories, the set plays MP3 tracks at 10-file intervals whenever button 15 is pressed. If the disc does not contain any MP3 files, this function does not operate. If the directory does not contain any MP3 files, the directory will not be shown. 16
17 CD PLAYER ID3 v2 (DISP) Button 3 is used to change the display information. While playing an MP3/WMA file, you can change the file information shown on the display. Each time button 3 is pressed, the display changes to show the information shown at right. Note: If the MP3/WMA file/track has no ID3 information, the display will show NO ID3. Directory name / file name (normal mode) Album name / performer / title Track number / elapsed time 17
18 CD PLAYER 16 DISC EJECT ( ) By pressing DISC EJECT button 16, the disc will be ejected and the set will return to the previous mode. Note: When in case of Eject Error, press the Eject button for more than 5 seconds. The CD will force-eject. 17 DISC SLOT With the printed label surface facing up, gently insert the disc into the slot until the soft loading mechanism engages. The display panel will show READING and then disc playback will commence. Note: - Load the disc at a straight angle into the slot. - This set is designed to play standard 5 (12cm) compact discs ONLY. - Do not attempt to use 3 (8cm), either with or without an adapter, or discs fitted with an outer edge trim or frame, as damage to the player and/or disc can occur. Damage to these discs and/or set will not be covered by the product warranty. 18
19 HANDLING COMPACT DISCS 1) Dirt, dust, scratches, and disc warpage can cause skipping in the play back and deterioration of sound quality. Please observe these guidelines to take care of your compact discs : ㆍ Fingerprints, dust and dirt should be carefully wiped off the disc's playing surface (shiny side) with a soft cloth. Wipe in a straight motion from the inside to the outside of the disc. ㆍ Never use chemicals such as record sprays, household cleaners or thinner to clean compact discs. Such chemicals can irreparably damage the disc's surface. ㆍ Discs should be kept in their storage cases when not in use. ㆍ Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high temperatures or high humidity for extended periods. ㆍ Do not stick paper, tape, or labels on the disc surfaces nor write on them with any type of marker. 2) Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g.: heart, square, star) cannot be played on this unit. Attempting to do so may damage the unit. Do not use such discs. 3) Before playing, clean the discs with a commercially available cleaning cloth. Wipe each disc from the center out. Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or antistatic spray intended for analog discs. 4) Some UDF CD-Rs/CD-RWs may have longer reading time. 5) Some CD-Rs/CD-RWs (depending on the equipment used for its recording or the condition of the disc) may not play on this unit. 6) MP3 CD-Rs/CD-RWs (depending on the recording method of the disc) may have some difference on sound level. 19
20 LCD DISPLAY FOR CD PLAYER ERROR If a problem should develop elop while operating the CD player, the following error codes may be displayed on the LCD. LCD SYMBOL ERROR DESCRIPTION ERROR 1 LOAD Loading is not available. ERROR 2 MECHANISM Mechanism problem. ERROR 3 FAULT Mechanism fault. ERROR 4 SERVO Servo error. CD ERROR CD DISC / CD DATA Disc error. / Disc data error. 20
21 PRODUCT AND WARRANTY SERVICE Your KIA MP3/WMA CD Player is guaranteed against defective parts and workmanship for a period of three years from the date of vehicle Registration. MP3/WMA CD Player supports for MP3/WMA CD of Joliet, ISO9660 and UDF File Format. In the event your MP3/WMA CD Player is faulty, please take your KIA vehicle to your nearest KIA dealer for their diagnostic inspection of your MP3/WMA CD Player. If proven defective, your KIA dealer will implement a change over product service to replace your faulty MP3/WMA CD Player. This product guarantee does not cover damage to your MP3/WMA CD Player (with CD, MP3/WMA and TUNER) if it has been subjected to misuse or abuse. Failure of this product due to misuse or abuse will not be repaired under warranty. This guarantee does not cover any call for warranty service or change over product service if it is recognized that your complaint is caused by your use of damaged, d faulty CD Discs or imperfect CD-R and CD-RW discs. 21
22 MP3/WMA INFORMATION AND NOTICE This car audio set plays compact discs containing MP3 files. MP3 is an abbreviation of Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) Audio layer 3. MP3 audio format files are only 1/10th the size of conventional CD audio files. Most MP3 files are created on a personal computer using special software. Additional text information such as track TITLE, ARTIST and ALBUM included in the audio track can be displayed on the car audio set. Sound quality of MP3 files varies depending on the settings used when the file was created. Your KIA car audio set plays most MP3 files. This car audio set plays compact discs containing WMA files. WMA is an abbreviation of Windows Media Audio, an audio format developed by Microsoft Corporation. WMA is similar to MP3 with respect to size, sound quality and text display. WMA files are created using the Windows Media Player on a personal computer. Your KIA audio set plays most WMA files. NOTES for MP3/WMA playback: - The elapsed playing time on the audio set's display may not be correct when playing MP3 files encoded with variable bit rate (VBR). - MP3 and WMA files encoded at bite rates lower than 128 KB/s will provide lower sound quality compared to conventional CD audio tracks. - MP3 and WMA files with digital rights management* (DRM) activated cannot be played on this car audio set. For technical information, see the following page in this manual titled 'SPECIFICATIONS'. * To disable DRM, locate the 'Protect Content' settings in your MP3/WMA encoding software and re-encode the audio tracks. Copyright may exist on some audio program material; MP3/WMA files are used at your own responsibility. 22
23 WARNING AND PRECAUTIONS 1) WARNING This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. 2) PRECAUTIONS When the inside of the car is very cold and the player is used soon after switching on the heater moisture may form on the disc or the optical parts of the player and proper playback may not be possible. If moisture forms on the optical parts of the player, do not use the player for about one hour. The condensation will disappear naturally allowing normal operation. 23
24 SPECIFICATIONS Output Power Watts (4 x 45 Watts) Tuning Range AM: KHz, 9 KHz. steps FM: MHz, 100 KHz. steps Sensitivity AM: 15 uv FM: 1.5 uv FM Stereo Separation db CD Frequency Response ,000 Hz CD S/N Ratio db CD Channel Separation db CD Audio Format Red Book (IEC 908) Logical File Format ISO 9660 (level 1,2 & 3), Joliet UDF (1.02, 1.50, 2.00/2.01, 2.50/2.60) Usable Sampling and Bit Rates MP3: Sampling rate 44.1 KHz, Bit rate KB/s with VBR WMA: Bit rate KB/s ID3 Tags ID3v1, ID3v2 24
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