Hyundai Getz (2010 year). Instruction - part 7

 

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Hyundai Getz (2010 year). Instruction - part 7

 

 

FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 97
B750A02A-AAT
AM reception
FM radio station
STEREO SOUND SYSTEM
Ionosphere
How Car Audio Works
Mountains
Unobstructed
FM reception
area
Ionosphere
Buildings
Obstructed area Iron bridges
B750A02L
B750A03L
AM broadcasts can be received at
FM broadcasts are transmitted at high
greater distances than FM broadcasts.
frequency and do not bend to follow
B750A01L
This is because AM radio waves are
the earth's surface. Because of this,
AM and FM radio signals are broadcast
transmitted at low frequency. These
FM broadcasts generally begin to fade
from transmitter towers located around
long, low frequency radio waves can
at short distances from the station.
your city. They are intercepted by the
follow the curvature of the earth rather
Also, FM signals are easily affected by
radio antenna on your car. This signal is
than travelling straight out into the
buildings, mountains, or other obstruc-
then received by the radio and sent to
atmosphere. In addition, they curve
tions. These can result in certain lis-
your car speakers.
around obstructions so that they can
tening conditions which might lead you
When a strong radio signal has reached
provide better signal coverage.
to believe a problem exists with your
your vehicle, the precise engineering of
radio. The following conditions are
your audio system ensures high quality
normal and do not indicate radio trouble:
reproduction. However, in some cases
the signal coming to your vehicle is not
strong and clear. This can be due to
factors such as the distance from the
radio station, closeness of other strong
radio stations or the presence of build-
ings, bridges or other large obstructions
in the area.
1- 98 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
B750B02Y-AAT
Using a cellular phone or a two-
way radio
When a cellular phone is used inside
the vehicle, noise may be produced
from the audio equipment. This does
not mean that something is wrong with
the audio equipment. In such a case,
use the cellular phone at a place as far
as possible from the audio equipment.
B750A04L
B750A05L
o
Fading - As your car moves away
o
Station Swapping - As a FM signal
!
CAUTION:
weakens, another more powerful
from the radio station, the signal will
When using a communication sys-
weaken and sound will begin to
signal near the same frequency may
tem such a cellular phone or a radio
fade. When this occurs, we suggest
begin to play. This is because your
set inside the vehicle, a separate
that you select another stronger sta-
radio is designed to lock onto the
external antenna must be fitted.
tion.
clearest signal. If this occurs, select
When a cellular phone or a radio set
o
Flutter/Static - Weak FM signals or
another station with a stronger sig-
is used with an internal antenna
large obstructions between the
nal.
alone, it may interfere with the
transmitter and your radio can dis-
o
Multi-Path Cancellation - Radio sig-
vehicle's electrical system and ad-
turb the signal causing static or flut-
nals being received from several
versely affect safe operation of the
tering noises to occur. Reducing the
directions can cause distortion or
vehicle.
treble level may lessen this effect
fluttering. This can be caused by a
until the disturbance clears.
direct and reflected signal from the
same station, or by signals from two
!
WARNING:
stations with close frequencies. If
Don't use a cellular phone when
this occurs, select another station
you are driving, you must stop at a
until the condition has passed.
safe place to use a cellular phone.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 99
K210A01TB-GAT
STEREO RADIO OPERATION (K220) (If installed)
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
K220A01TB
1. Power ON/OFF, VOLUME, BALANCE, SCAN Button
4. LCD
2. BASS/TREBLE-pull Button
5. TUNE/SEEK Button
3. Preset Buttons
6. FM/AM Button
7. FADER Button
1- 100 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
K210B01TB-GAT
2. BASS/TREBLE-pull
5. TUNE
1. POWER ON/OFF, VOLUME
Press this button to pop up. Rotate the
Press the
button not more than 1
Rotate the Power switch clockwise to
knob clockwise to increase the Bass
second then frequency is increased.
turn on the audio when the ignition
and rotate to counter-clockwise to de-
Likewise press the button not more
switch is at ACC or ON position. Once
crease the Bass.
than 1 second to decrease the fre-
the system is on, you can increase or
Further pull the button and rotate clock-
quency.
decrease the volume by rotating the
wise to increase the Treble.
knob clockwise or counter-clockwise.
Or rotate counter-clockwise to de-
o SEEK
crease the Treble. After adjustment
o BALANCE
Press the button for over 1 second,
press the button.
then it will tune to the next receivable
Further pull the volume button and
higher frequency station. Likewise,
rotate clockwise to emphasize right
3. PRESET ( 1 ~ 6 )
press the button for over 1 second
sound speaker.
Press any of these buttons not more
then it will tune to the next receivable
Or rotate counter-clockwise to empha-
than 2 seconds to listen to the station
lower frequency station.If the selected
size left sound speaker.
in memory. Press the preset button for
station is in the preset memory, memo-
2 seconds or more, then the current
rized channel will be on the display too.
o SCAN Button
station will be stored into the memory
of the preset button.
6. FM/AM Button
When this button is pressed, the fre-
quency will be increased to be tuned to
FM/AM band button, which is used to
the next receivable station one after
4. LCD
change the band repeatedly in follow-
another, receiving each station for 5
LCD shows the following information;
ing manner.
seconds. if the desirable station is
band of FM1/FM2/AM/(L)/(M) fre-
tuned, press this button (scan) again
quency, preset channel number, ST in
FM1 FM2 AM FM1
to cancel scan function.
case of FM Stereo.
(FM1 FM2 M L FM1 : Europe)
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 101
7. Fader (If installed)
This button is located top side of the
volume switch. Rotate clockwise to
attenuate front speaker sound. Rotate
counter-clockwise to attenuate rear
speaker sound.
!
CAUTION:
o Do not place beverages close to
the audio system. The playback
mechanism may be damaged if
you spill them.
o Do not impact on the audio sys-
tem, or the playback mechanism
could be damaged.
1- 102 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
K220A01TB-GAT
CASSETTE TAPE PLAYER OPERATION (K220) (If installed)
1.EJECT BUTTON
3.TAPE SLOT
2.FF/REW BUTTON
4.LCD
K220A01TB-1
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 103
K220B01TB-GAT
1. Tape Eject Button (
)
!
CAUTION:
Press this button to eject the cassette
tape.
o Do not insert anything like coins
into the player slot as damage to
2. Cassette tape loading slot
the unit may occur.
o Do not place beverages close to
Insert the tape into the loading slot as
the audio system. The playback
the open side faces the right.
mechanism may be damaged if
you spill them.
3. FF/REW, tape side selection
o Do not impact on the audio sys-
Button
tem, or the playback mechanism
Press "REW " button to fast backward
could be damaged.
the tape, Press "FF" button to fast
forward the tape.
While the cassette is in operation,
press these button altogether to play
reverse side.
4. LCD
LCD shows the tape direction ( or
)
of the cassette in play.
1- 104 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
K240A01TB-GAT
STEREO RADIO OPERATION (K240) (If installed)
7
8
K240A01TB
1
2
3
4
5
6
5. BASS/BAL pull Button
1. Power ON/OFF, VOLUME
6. TREB/pull FAD Button
2. TUNE/SEEK Button
7. FM/AM Button
3. PRESET Buttons
8. LCD
4. SCAN Button
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 105
K240B01TB-GAT
o SEEK
4. SCAN Button
1. POWER ON/OFF, VOLUME
Press the button for over 0.5 second
When this button is pressed, the fre-
Press this button to turn on/off the
and release the button after beep sound,
quency will be increased to be tuned to
audio when the ignition switch is at
then it will tune to the next receivable
the next receivable station one after
ACC or ON position. Once the system
higher frequency station. Likewise,
another, receiving each station for 5
is on, you can increase or decrease
press the button for over 0.5 second
seconds. if the desirable station is
the volume by rotating the knob clock-
and release the button after the beep
tuned, press this button (scan) again
wise or counter-clockwise. Press this
sound, then it will tune to the next
to cancel scan function.
button again to turn it off.
receivable lower frequency station. if
the selected station is in the preset
5. BASS/BAL- pull
2. TUNE
memory, memorized channel will be
Press to pop the knob out, To increase
on the display too.
Press the button not more than 0.5
the bass, rotate the knob clockwise,
second then frequency is increased.
while to decrease the Bass, rotate the
Likewise press the button not more
3. PRESET
knob counterclockwise. Further pull
than 0.5 second to decrease the fre-
Press any of these buttons not more
the popped-ed knob for the balance
quency.
than 2 seconds to listen to the station
control. Rotate the knob clockwise to
With the button held down for 0.5 sec
in memory. Press the preset button for
emphasize right speaker sound. (Left
or more, the beep sound will be heard
2 seconds or more, then the current
speaker sound will be attenuated)
and frequency will increase or decrease
station will be stored into the memory
When the control knob is turned
rapidly. if you release the button after
of the preset button with the sound.
counter-clockwise, left speaker sound
the beep sound, seek function is in
will be emphasized. (Right speaker will
operation.
be attenuated)
1- 106 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
6. TREB/pull-FAD
8. LCD
Press the pop the knob out and turn
LCD shows the following information;
clockwise to increase the treble or coun-
band of FM1/FM2/AM frequency, pre-
terclockwise to decrease the treble.
set channel number, ST in case of FM
Further pull the popped-up knob for the
Stereo.
Fader control. Turn the control knob
counter clockwise to emphasize front
speaker sound.
!
CAUTION:
(Rear speaker sound will be attenu-
o Do not place beverages close to
ated) When the control knob is turned
the audio system. The playback
clockwise, rear speaker sound will be
mechanism may be damaged if
emphasized. (Front speaker sound will
you spill them.
be attenuated)
o Do not impact on the audio sys-
tem, or the playback mechanism
7. FM/AM Button
could be damaged.
FM/AM band button, which is used to
change the band repeatedly in the
following manner .
FM1FM2AMFM1
(FM1 FM2 M L FM1 : Europe)
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 107
K240C01TB-GAT
CASSETTE TAPE PLAYER OPERATION (K240) (If installed)
1
2
3
4
K240A01TB
5
6
7
8
9
1. Tape mode and side selection Button
5. DOLBY Button
2. Tape slot
6. AMS-REW Button
3. Tape Eject Button
7. Rewind (REW) Button
4. LCD
8. AMS-FF Button
9. Fast Forward (FF) Button
1- 108 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
K240D01TB-GAT
FF or REW, MTL in metallic tape use,
8. AMS-FF Button (
)
1. Tape mode and side selection
and Dolby etc.
Press button to fast forward the tape
Button
and start play at the beginning of next
5. Dolby Button
Press this button to play the tape when
music segment. During the AMS-FF,
it is in the cassette deck. Once the tape
When you play the Dolby recorded
"FF"sign blinks on the display.
mode is selected, you can play the
tape, press this button to reduce the
Press the button again to stop FF
reverse side of the tape by merely
background noise. If you press this
action and start play.
depressing the button again.
button is displayed. One more press
will let the
disappear from the dis-
9. Fast Forward Button (
)
2. Cassette tape loading slot
play.
You can fast forward the tape to the
Insert the tape into the loading slot as
end of the tape by pressing the " "
6. AMS-REW Button (
)
the open side faces the right. The
button during the play. (Then "FF" is
player will pull the tape in and auto-
Press button to rewind the tape quickly
shown on the display). Tape play starts
matically begin playback even when
and start replay at the beginning of the
when the button is pressed again
the audio power is off and the ignition
current music. During the AMS-RE-
during the FF mode.
switch is either in the position of
WINDING. "REW" sign blinks on the
"ACC"or "ON".
display.
Press the button once more to stop
!
3. Tape Eject Button (
)
CAUTION:
REWINDING and start play again.
o Do not insert anything like coins
Press this button to eject the cassette
into the player slot as damage to
7. Rewind button (
)
tape. Tape will be ejected even when
the unit may occur.
the ignition switch is in the position of
You can rewind the tape to the begin-
o Do not place beverages close to
"OFF".
ning of the tape by pressing the "
"
the audio system. The playback
button during the play ("REW" is shown
mechanism may be damaged if
4. LCD
on the display). Tape play starts when
you spill them.
the " " button is pressed again during
o Do not impact on the audio sys-
LCD shows the operating conditions of
the REW mode.
tem, or the playback mechanism
the cassette in play. It informs the
could be damaged.
driver of playing status, tape direction,
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 109
HMP280A01TB-GAT
STEREO RADIO OPERATION (M280) (If installed)
5
7
4
3
1
HTB313
8
2
6
1. POWER ON-OFF VOLUME Control Knob
5. Best Station Memory Button (BSM)
2. BAND Selector
6. PRESET Buttons
3. TUNE/SEEK Select Knob (JOY STICK)
7. Equalizer Button (EQ)
4. SCAN Button
8. Adjustment Mode Select Button (A.MODE)
1- 110 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
HMP280B01TB-GAT
3. TUNE (Manual) Select Knob
4. SCAN
1. POWER ON-OFF Control
Push the TUNE select knob (JOY
When the scan button is pressed, the
o The radio unit may be operated when
STICK) upwards or downwards to in-
frequency will increase and the receiv-
the ignition key is in the "ACC" or
crease or decrease the frequency. Re-
able stations will be tuned in one after
"ON" position. Press the button to
lease the knob when the station is
another, receiving each station for 5
switch the power on. The display
selected.
seconds. To stop scanning, press the
shows the radio frequency in the
scan button again.
radio mode, the tape direction indi-
SEEK Operation
cator in the tape mode or CDˆMP3
(Automatic Channel Selection)
5. Best Station Memory (BSM)
track in either the CDˆMP3 mode or
CD AUTO CHANGER mode. To
Push the TUNE select knob (JOY
When the BSM button is pressed the
switch the power off, press the but-
STICK) to the right or left, the frequency
six channels from the highest field in-
ton again.
will be automatically tuned to the next
tensity are selected next and stored in
o Push the FMˆAM, TAPE or CDˆMP3
higher or lower available station.
memory. The stations selected are
to turn on that function without push-
stored in the sequence frequency from
ing Power ONˆOFF control knob.
the first preset key.
!
WARNING:
VOLUME Control
6. PRESET STATION Select
Don't touch the button and joy stick
Buttons
Rotate the knob clockwise to increase
switch while driving. It can cause
the volume and turn the knob counter-
Six (6) stations for AM, FM and FM2
death or serious injury in case of an
clockwise to reduce the volume.
accident.
respectively can be preset in the elec-
tronic memory circuit.
2. BAND Selector
Pressing the band selector FMˆAM
changes the AM, FM1 and FM2 bands.
The mode selected is shown on the
display.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 111
HOW TO PRESET STATIONS
7. EQUALIZER (EQ)
sound will be attenuated) When the
control knob is turned counter clock-
Six AM and twelve FM stations may be
Press the EQ button to select the CLAS-
wise, left speaker sound will be empha-
programmed into the memory of the
SIC, JAZZ, ROCK and DEFEAT MODE
sized (Right speaker sound will be at-
radio. Then, by simply pressing the
for the desired tone quality. Each press
tenuated).
band select button and/or one of the six
of the button changes the display as
station select buttons, you may recall
follows;
TREBLE Control
any of these stations instantly. To pro-
gram the stations, follow these steps:
CLASSIC JAZZ ROCK DEFEAT
Turn to the left or right for the desired
treble tone.
o
Press band selector to set the band
8. Adjustment Mode select But-
for AM, FM and FM2.
FAD (Fader Control)
o
Select the desired station to be stored
ton (A.MODE).
Turn the control knob clockwise to em-
by seek, scan or manual tuning.
Pressing the A.MODE button changes
phasize rear speaker sound (front
o
Determine the preset station select
the BASS, BALANCE, TREBLE and
speaker sound will be attenuated). When
button you wish to use to access that
FADER mode.
the control knob is turned counterclock-
station.
The mode selected is shown on the
wise, front speaker sound will be em-
o
Press the station select button for
display.
phasized (rear speaker sound will be
more than two seconds. Beep sound
After selecting the each mode, rotate
attenuated).
will be heard while depressig the
the volume control knob clockwise or
button. You should then release the
counterclockwise.
button, and proceed to program the
!
next desired station. A total of 18
CAUTION:
BASS Control
stations can be programmed by se-
o Do not place beverages close to
lecting one AM and two FM station
To increase the bass, rotate the knob
the audio system. The playback
per button.
clockwise, while to decrease the bass,
mechanism may be damaged if
o
When completed, any preset station
rotate the knob counterclockwise.
you spill them.
may be recalled by selecting AM,
o Do not impact on the audio sys-
FM or FM2 band and the appropriate
BALANCE Control
tem, or the playback mechanism
station button.
could be damaged.
Rotate the knob clockwise to empha-
size right speaker sound. (Left speaker
1- 112 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
HMP280C01TB-GAT
CASSETTE TAPE PLAYER OPERATION (M280) (If installed)
6
5
HTB313
2
3
4
1
1. FF/REW Button (
/
)
4. REFEAT Button
2. AUTO MUSIC Select Button (
/
)
5. TAPE EJECT Button
3. TAPE PROGRAM Button
6. DOLBY Button
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 113
H290D01O-GAT
3. TAPE PROGRAM Button
6. DOLBY
1. FF/REW
o
This allows you to play the reverse
If you get background noise during tape
o Fast forward tape winding starts
side of the tape by merely depress-
PLAY, you can reduce this consider-
when the FF (
) button is pressed
ing the program button. An arrow will
ably by merely pressing the DOLBY
during PLAY or REW mode.
appear in the display to show tape
button. If you want to cancel the DOLBY
o Tape PLAY starts when the FF (
)
direction.
feature, press the button again.
button is pressed again during FF
o
Push the TAPE button to turn on that
mode.
function without pushing power
7. TAPE EJECT
o Tape rewinding starts when the REW
ONˆOFF control knob.
(
) button is pressed during PLAY
o When the button is pressed with
or FF mode.
a cassette loaded, the cassette will
4. REPEAT
o Tape PLAY starts when the REW
eject.
(
) button pressed again during
o
To repeat the track you are currently
o When the button is pressed during
REW mode.
listening to, press the RPT button.
FF/REW mode, the cassette will
To cancel, press again.
eject.
2. AUTO MUSIC Select
o
If you do not release RPT operation
when the track ends, it will automati-
NOTE:
Press the button to find the starting
cally be replayed.
o To assure proper operation of the
point of each song in a prerecorded
This process will be continued until
unit, keep the vehicle interior tem-
music tape. The quiet space between
you push the button again.
perature within a normal range by
songs (must have at least 4 sec. gap)
using the vehicle's air condition-
can be accepted by the AUTO MUSIC
5. Equalizer (EQ)
ing or heating system.
Select button.
o When replacing the fuse, replace
Press the EQ button to select the CLAS-
it with a fuse having the correct
o Pressing the
button will play the
SIC, JAZZ, ROCK and DEFEAT MODE
capacity.
beginning of the next music seg-
for the desired tone quality. Each press
o The preset station frequencies are
ment.
of the button changes the display as
all erased when the car battery is
o Pressing the
button will start
follows;
disconnected. Therefore, all data
replay at the beginning of the music
will have to be set again if this
just listened to.
CLASSIC JAZZ ROCK DEFEAT
should occur.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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