Hyundai Getz (2010 year). Instruction - part 8

 

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Hyundai Getz (2010 year). Instruction - part 8

 

 

1- 114 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
o Do not add any oil to the rotating
parts. Keep magnets, screwdriv-
ers and other metallic objects away
from the tape mechanism and head.
o This equipment is designed to be
used only in a 12 volt DC battery
system with negative ground.
o This unit is made of precision
parts. Do not attempt to disas-
semble or adjust any parts.
o When driving your vehicle, be sure
to keep the volume of the unit set
low enough to allow you to hear
sounds coming from the outside.
o Do not expose this equipment (in-
cluding the speakers and tape) to
water or excessive moisture.
!
CAUTION:
o Do not insert anything like coins
into the player slot as damage to
the unit may occur.
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.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 115
HMP280E01TB-GAT
COMPACT DISC PLAYER OPERATION (COMPATIBLE WITH MP3/WMA/AAC) (M280) (If installed)
7
11
6
8
9
10
HTB313
5
3
4
1
2
1. AUDIO/MP3 CD Select Button
6. EQUALIZER Button
2. FF/REW Button (
/
)
7. CD EJECT Button
3. Track UP/DOWN Button (
/
)
8. SCAN Button
4. RPT Button
9. BOOKMARK Button
5. RANDOM Button
10. JOY STICK
11. CD INDICATOR
1- 116 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
H290F01O-GAT
o Depending on the recording sta-
o If you do not release RPT operation
1. AUDIO/MP3 CD Select Button
tus, some CD-Rs/CD-RWs may not
when the track ends, it will automati-
o Insert the CD with the label facing
be played on this unit.
cally be replayed.
upward.
This process will be continued until
2. FF/REW (
/
)
you push the button again.
o Insert the CD to start CD playback,
during radio operation or cassette
If you want to fast forward or reverse
tape playing.
5. RANDOM (RDM)
through the compact disc track, push
o When a disc is in the CD deck, if you
and hold the FF (
) or REW (
)
o Press the RDM button to listen the
press the CD button the CD player
button.
tracks in random, rather than se-
will begin playing even if the radio or
When you release the button, the com-
quential, order. Press it again to
cassette player is being used.
pact disc player will resume playing.
cancel random play.
o The CD player can be used when the
o To listen the music within the se-
ignition switch is in either the "ON" or
3. TRACK UP/DOWN
lected folder in random order, press
"ACC" position.
the RDM button for more than 2
o Push the CD˜MP3 button to turn on
o The desired track on the disc cur-
seconds. To cancel press it again.
that function without pushing Power
rently being played can be selected
(MP3 CD only)
ON-OFF control knob.
using the track number.
o Press
button once to skip for-
6. EQUALIZER (EQ)
NOTE:
ward to the beginning of the next
o Do not stick paper or tape etc.,
track. Press
button once to skip
Press the EQ button to select the CLAS-
auto the label side or the record-
back to the beginning of the track.
SIC, JAZZ, ROCK and DEFEAT MODE
ing side of any discs, as it may
for the desired tone quality. Each press
cause a malfunction.
4. REPEAT (RPT)
of the button changes the display as
o The unit cannot play a CD-
follows;
o To repeat the track you are currently
R(Recordable CD) and CD-
listening to, press the RPT button.
RW(Rewritable CD) that is not fi-
CLASSIC JAZZ ROCK DEFEAT
To cancel, press it again.
nalized. Please refer to the manual
o To repeat the music within selected
of CD-R/CD-RW recoder or CD-R/
folder, press the RPT button for more
CD-RW software for more informa-
than 2 seconds. To cancel, press it
tion on finalization process.
again. (MP3 CD only)
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 117
7. CD EJECT
o Press the MARK button to erase the
NOTE:
bookmarked tracks for more than 2
o To assure proper operation of the
When the button is pressed with a
seconds.
unit, keep the vehicle interior tem-
CD loaded, the CD will eject.
This will erase the bookmark and ""
perature within a normal range by
symbol on the LCD with beep sound.
using the vehicle's air condition-
8. SCAN
ing or heating system.
o Press the SCAN button to playback
10. JOY STICK (ENT)
o When replacing the fuse, replace
the first 10 seconds of each track.
it with a fuse having the correct
o
You can skip the track by pushing
o To playback the first 10 seconds of
capacity.
the JOY STICK to the left or right.
each track in the selected folder,
o The bookmarks are all erased when
After selecting the desired track,
press the SCAN button for 2 sec-
the car battery is disconnected or
press the JOY STICK to playback
onds or longer. (MP3 CD only)
power off. Therefore, all data will
the track.
o Press the SCAN button again within
have to be set again if this should
If you do not press the JOY STICK
10 sec. When you have reached the
occur.
within 5 seconds, the previous track
desired track.
o This equipment is designed to be
will playback again.
used only in a 12 volt DC battery
o
You can move through the folder by
9. BOOKMARK (MARK)
system with negative ground.
pushing the JOYSTICK to up and
o This unit is made of precision
When the CD player unit is operating,
down.
parts. Do not attempt to disas-
the desired track on the disc can be
After moving the desired folder, press
semble or adjust any parts.
bookmarked by using the MARK but-
the JOYSTICK to playback the se-
o When driving your vehicle, be sure
ton.
lected track.
to keep the volume of the unit set
If you do not press the JOYSTICK
low enough to allow you to hear
o Press the MARK button to bookmark
within 5 seconds, the previous track
sounds coming from the outside.
the desired track for more than 2
will playback again. (MP3 CD only)
o Do not expose this equipment (in-
seconds.
cluding the speakers and tape) to
This will display the " " symbol on
water or excessive moisture.
the LCD with beep sound.
To play the bookmarked tracks,
press the MARK button within a sec-
ond.
1- 118 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
o Avoid using CD-Recordable or CD-
!
Rewritable as the player could not
CAUTION:
be operated in recording way of
o Do not insert warped or poor qual-
the CD maker. When using the
ity discs into the CD player as
compact disc player, genuine CDs
damage to the unit may occur.
are recommended.
o Do not insert anything like coins
into the player slot as damage to
the unit may occur.
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.
o Driving on the off-roads or other
vibrations may skip your compact
disc.
Do not use the audio system on
off-roads as the discs could be
scratched and damaged.
o Do not grip or pull out the disc
with your hand while the disc is
being pulled into the unit by the
self loading mechanism. These
can cause poor disc scratching to
occur or trouble in the compact
disc player.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 119
B890A01TB-GAT
AUDIO FAULT CODE (M280 only)
If you see any error indication in the display while using the CD or Tape mode, find the cause in the chart below. If you cannot
clear the error indication, take the car to your Hyundai dealer.
INDICATION
CAUSE
SOLUTION
CDP DECK MECHANICAL ERROR
After resetting the audio, push the eject button.
Er2
If disc is not ejected, consult your hyundai dealer.
(EJECT ERROR, LOADING ERROR)
Make sure the disc is not scratched or damaged.
FOCUS ERROR
Er3
Press the eject button and pull out the disc.
DATA READ ERROR
Then insert a normal cd disc.
Er6
DISC ERROR
Check if the disc is inserted correctly in the cd player.
Er7
LOADING ERROR
Check if the disc is inserted correctly in the cd player.
TAPE DECK ERROR
After resetting the audio, push the eject button.
Er8
TAPE EJECT ERROR
If tape is not ejected, consult your hyundai dealer.
Fault code will reset automatically when the temperature returns to
HHH
TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH
normal.
1- 120 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
H446A01TB-GAT
STEREO RADIO PLAYER OPERATION (H446) (If Installed)
2
4
3
1. POWER ON-OFF, VOLUME
Control Knob
2. BAND Select Button
3. BEST STATION MEMORY (BSM)
Button
4. EQ Button
5. AUTO SEEK Select Button
6. TUNE (MANUAL), AUDIO Select
Knob
7. PRESET STATION Select Buttons
1
5
7
6
TBH446
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 121
H446B01MC-GAT
3. Best Station Memory (BSM)
6. TUNE (Manual) Select Knob
1. POWER ON-OFF Control Knob
Button
Rotate the knob clockwise to increase
o The radio unit may be operated when
When the BSM button is pressed, the
the frequency and turn the knob coun-
the ignition key is in the "ACC" or
six channels from the highest field in-
terclockwise to reduce the frequency.
"ON" position. Press the button to
tensity are selected next and stored in
switch the power on. The LCD shows
memory. The stations selected are
AUDIO Select Button
the radio frequency in the radio mode,
stored in the sequence frequency from
CD/MP3 track in the CD/MP3 mode.
Pressing the AUDIO button changes
the first preset key.
To switch the power off, press the
the BASS, TREBLE, FADER and BAL-
button again.
ANCE mode.
4. EQ Button
o Push the FM, AM or CD/MP3 to turn
The mode selected is shown on the
on that function without pushing
display.
Press the EQ button to select the CLAS-
power ON-OFF control knob.
After selecting the each mode, rotate
SIC, POPS, ROCK, JAZZ and OFF
the Volume control knob clockwise or
MODE for the desired tone quality.
VOLUME Control
Each press of the button changes the
counterclockwise.
display as follows;
Rotate the knob clockwise to increase
o BASS Control
the volume and turn the knob counter-
CLASSIC POPS ROCK JAZZ OFF
clockwise to reduce the volume.
To increase the BASS, rotate the knob
clockwise, while to decrease the bass,
2. BAND Select Button
rotate the knob counterclockwise.
5. AUTO SEEK Select Button
Pressing the FM, AM button changes
(Automatic Channel Selection)
o TREBLE Control
the AM, FM1 and FM2 bands. The
mode selected is shown on the display.
Press the AUTO SEEK select button.
Turn to the left or right for the desired
When the side is pressed, the unit
treble tone.
will automatically tune to the next higher
frequency and when the
side is
pressed, it will automatically tune to the
next lower frequency.
1- 122 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
o FADER Control
7. PRESET STATION Select But-
A total of 18 stations can be pro-
tons
grammed by selecting one AM and
Turn the control knob clockwise to
two FM station per button.
emphasize rear speaker sound (front
Six stations for AM, FM1 and FM2
o
When completed, any preset station
speaker sound will be attenuated). When
respectively can be preset in the elec-
may be recalled by selecting AM,
the control knob is turned counterclock-
tronic memory circuit.
FM1 or FM2 band and the appropri-
wise, front speaker sound will be em-
ate station button.
phasized (rear speaker sound will be
HOW TO PRESET STATIONS
attenuated).
Six AM and twelve FM stations may be
programmed into the memory of the
!
radio. Then, by simply pressing the
CAUTION:
o BALANCE Control
band select button and/or one of the six
o Do not place beverages close to
Rotate the knob clockwise to empha-
station select buttons, you may recall
the audio system. The playback
size right speaker sound (Left speaker
any of these stations instantly. To pro-
mechanism may be damaged if
sound will be attenuated). When the
gram the stations, follow these steps:
you spill them.
control knob is turned counterclock-
o Do not strike or allow anything to
wise, left speaker sound will be empha-
o Press AM, FM selector to set the
impact the audio system, damage
sized (Right speaker sound will be at-
band for AM, FM1 and FM2.
to the system mechanisms could
tenuated).
o Select the desired station to be stored
occur.
by seek or manual tuning.
o Determine the preset station select
button you wish to use to access that
station.
o Press the station select button for
more than two seconds. Beep sound
will be heard while depressing the
button. You should then release the
button, and proceed to program the
next desired station.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 123
H466B01TB-GAT
COMPACT DISC PLAYER OPERATION (H446) (If Installed)
- Compatiable with MP3/WMA
9
8
1
1. CD/AUX Select Button
2. TRACK UP/DOWN Button
3. FF/REW Button
4. REPEAT (RPT) Button
5. RANDOM (RDM) Button
6. PAUSE (II) Button
7. SCROLL (SCR) Button
8. EQ Button
9. CD EJECT Button
10. CD SCAN Button
11. FILE SEARCH Knob
(TUNE Select Knob)
12. DIRECTORY SEARCH Button
13. AUX-IN
2
4
5
6
7
12 1113
10
TBH446
1- 124 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
H446D01MC-GAT
o Depending on the recording sta-
NOTE :
1. CD Select Button
tus, some CD-Rs/CD-RWs may not
o If the AUX device is not connected,
o Insert the CD with the label facing
be played on this unit.
you cannot switch to AUX-IN mode.
upward.
o Playback of MP3 and WMA file
o When the AUX device is discon-
formats are supported. Load to
nected while in AUX-IN mode, the
o Insert the CD to start CD playback,
during radio operation.
play time for these formats may be
unit automatically switches its
o If you press the CD button while a
longer due to the compressed
mode to last selected mode (CD
nature of these discs.
mode or RADIO mode).
disc is in the CD deck, the CD player
will begin playing even if the radio
o The quality of sound may be de-
player is being used.
AUX Select Button
fected or distorted when the unit's
o The CD player can be used when the
EQ control and AUX device's EQ
Listening to the external player con-
ignition switch is in either the “ON” or
control are both enabled (not flat).
nected to AUX-IN
“ACC” position.
When you want to use the unit's
o Push the CD button to start CD
o Connect the external player to AUX-
EQ control feature, disable the
playback without pushing power ON-
IN.
AUX device's EQ control feature,
OFF control knob. (Only when a CD
o Press CD/AUX button to turn to AUX-
and vice versa.
is in the deck.)
IN.
o When using a portable audio de-
o You can enjoy the music played in
vice connected to the power out-
NOTE :
the external player through the auto
let, noise may occur during play-
o Do not stick paper or tape etc., on
mobile speaker.
back. If this happens, use the power
source of the portable audio de-
the label side or the recording
vice.
side of any discs, as it may cause
a malfunction.
o The unit can play a multi-session
CD-R (recordable CD) and CD-RW
(rewritable CD) that consists of
more than two sessions.
Please refer to the manual of CD-
R/CD-RW recorder or CD-R/CD-RW
software for more information on
finalization process.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 125
2. TRACK UP/DOWN Button
To cancel, press it again (MP3 CD
7. SCROLL (SCR) Button
only).
o The desired track on the disc cur-
When the CD is playing, you can scroll
o If you do not release RPT operation
rently being played can be selected
through long file names by pressing the
when the track ends, it will automati-
using the track number.
SCR button for approximately one sec-
cally be replayed.
o Press button once to skip forward
ond. The file name will appear on the
This process will be continued until
to the beginning of the next track.
LCD for about three seconds.
you push the button again or turn the
Press within a second after play-
power OFF then ON.
back begins to quickly move back-
8. EQ Button
ward through a CD.
5. RANDOM (RDM) Button
Press the EQ button to select the CLAS-
If you press after more than a
SIC, POPS, ROCK, JAZZ and OFF
second, it will take you to the begin-
o Press the RDM button to listen to
MODE for the desired tone quality.
ning of the file you are now listening
recorded tracks in random sequence.
Each press of the button changes the
to.
Press RDM again to cancel or turn
display as follows;
the audio unit OFF then ON. The unit
3. FF/REW Button
defaults to playing tracks in sequen-
CLASSIC POPS ROCK JAZZ OFF
tial order.
If you want to fast forward or reverse
o To listen the music within the se-
through the compact disc track, push
lected folder in random order, press
and hold the FF or REW button.
9. CD EJECT Button
the RDM button within a second.
When you release the button, the com-
Press the button more than a second
When the button is pressed with a CD
pact disc player will resume playing.
to play all tracks randomly on the
loaded, the CD will eject.
disc. To cancel, press it again or or
Forcing to eject : To force to eject a CD,
4. REPEAT (RPT) Button
turn the power OFF then ON (MP3
press this button for more than 2 sec-
o To repeat the track you are currently
CD only).
onds.
listening to, press the RPT button.
(Do this only when a CD is jammed and
To cancel, press it again.
6. PAUSE (II) Button
you can not eject it in the normal way.)
o To repeat the music within selected
Press the PAUSE (ll) button to pause
folder, press the RPT button for more
the disc.
than 1 second. Beep sound will be
heard depressing the button.
1- 126 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
10. CD SCAN Button
12. DIRECTORY SEARCH
o This unit is made of precision
Button
parts. Do not attempt to disas-
o To playback the first 10 seconds of
semble or adjust any parts.
each track, press the CD SCAN
o You can move through the folder by
o When driving your vehicle, be sure
button more than 1 second.
pushing the DIR button to up (
) and
to keep the volume of the unit set
o To playback the first 10 seconds of
down (
).
low enough to allow you to hear
each track in the selected folder,
After moving the desired folder, press
sounds coming from the outside.
press the CD SCAN button within 1
the FILE SEARCH knob to playback
o Do not expose this equipment (in-
second (MP3 CD only).
the selected folder.
cluding the speakers and tape) to
o Press the CD SCAN button again
If you do not press the FILE SEARCH
water or excessive moisture.
within 10 sec. when you have reached
knob within five seconds, the search
the desired track.
will stop.
!
11. FILE SEARCH Knob
NOTE :
CAUTION:
(TUNE Select Knob)
o To assure proper operation of the
o Do not insert warped or poor qual-
unit, keep the vehicle interior tem-
ity discs into the CD player as
o You can skip the track by turning the
damage to the unit may occur.
perature within a normal range by
FILE SEARCH knob clockwise or
o Do not insert anything like coins
using the vehicle's air condition-
counterclockwise.
ing or heating system.
into the player slot as damage to
After selecting the desired track,
o When replacing the fuse, replace
the unit may occur.
press the FILE SEARCH knob to
o Do not place beverages close to
it with a fuse having the correct
playback the track.
capacity.
the audio system. The playback
If you do not press the FILE SEARCH
mechanism may be damaged if
o All stored bookmarks are all erased
knob within five seconds, the search
when the car battery is discon-
you spill them.
will stop.
nected or power to the vehicle is
lost. If this occurs, the bookmarks
will have to be reset.
o This equipment is designed to be
used only in a 12 volt DC battery
system with negative ground.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 127
o Do not strike or allow anything to
impact the audio system, damage
to the system mechanisms could
occur.
o Off-road or rough surface driving
may cause the compact disc to
skip. Do not use the compact disc
when driving in such conditions
as damage to the compact disc
face could occur.
o Do not attempt to grab or pull the
compact disc out while the disc is
being pulled into the audio unit by
the self-loading mechanism. Dam-
age to the audio unit and compact
disc could occur.
o Avoid using recorded compact
discs in your audio unit. Original
compact discs are recommended.
1- 128 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
B850A02F-AAT
B860A01A-AAT
Storage
CARE OF DISC
CARE OF CASSETTE TAPES
When not in use, place your discs in
Proper Handling
their individual cases and store them in
a cool place away from the sun, heat,
and dust.
Do not grip or pull out the disc with your
hand while the disc is being pulled into
the unit by the self loading mechanism.
Keep Your Discs Clean
B860A01L
B850A01L
Proper care of your cassette tapes will
extend the tape life and increase your
Handle your disc as shown. Do not
listening enjoyment. Always protect
drop the disc. Hold the disc so you will
your tapes and cassette cases from
not leave fingerprints on the surface. If
direct sunlight, severely cold and dusty
the surface is scratched, it may cause
conditions. When not in use, cassettes
the pickup to skip signal tracks. Do not
should always be stored in the original
affix tape, paper, or gummed labels on
protective cassette case. When the
the disc. Do not write on the disc.
B850A02L
vehicle is very hot or cold, allow the
Fingerprints, dust, or soil on the surface
interior temperature to become more
Damaged Disc
of a disc could cause the pickup to skip
comfortable before listening to your
Do not attempt to play damaged,
signal tracks. Wipe the surface clean
cassettes.
warped or cracked discs. These could
with a clean soft cloth.
severely damage the playback mecha-
If the surface is heavily soiled, dampen
o Never leave a cassette inserted in
nism.
a clean soft cloth in a solution of mild
the player when not being played.
neutral detergent to wipe it clean. See
This could damage the tape player
drawing.
unit and the cassette tape.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI 1- 129
o
We strongly recommend against the
o
Avoid repeated fast reverse usage to
pinch rollers will develop a coating of
use of tapes longer than C-60 (60
replay one given tune or tape sec-
tape residue that can result in dete-
minutes total). Tapes such as C-120
tion. This can cause poor tape wind-
rioration of sound quality, such as a
or C-180 are very thin and do not
ing to occur, and eventually cause
wavering sound. They should be
perform as well in the automotive
excessive internal drag and poor
cleaned monthly using a commer-
environment.
audio quality in the cassette. If this
cially available head cleaning tape or
occurs, it can sometimes be cor-
special solution available from audio
rected by fast winding the tape from
specialty shops. Follow the supplier's
end to end several times. If this does
directions carefully and never oil any
not correct the problem, do not con-
part of the tape player unit.
tinue to use the tape in your vehicle.
o
Always be sure that the tape is tightly
o
The playback head, capstan and
wound on its reel before inserting in
the player. Rotate a pencil in the
drive sprockets to wind up any slack.
Head
B860A01TB
o
Be sure that the cassette label is not
loose or peeling off or tape ejection
may be difficult.
o
Never touch or soil the actual audio
tape surfaces.
Cotton applicator
o
Keep all magnetized objects, such
B860A02L
as electric motors, speakers or trans-
formers away from your cassette
tapes and tape player unit.
o
Store cassettes in a cool, dry place
with the open side facing down to
prevent dust from setting in the cas-
sette body.
1- 130 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
B870D01FC-GAT
ANTENNA
!
Roof Antenna
CAUTION:
o Be sure to remove the antenna
before washing the car in an au-
tomatic car wash or it may be
damaged.
o Before entering a place with a
low height clearance, be sure to
adjust the roof antenna low.
o When reinstalling your antenna,
B860A03L
it is important that it is fully tight-
ened to ensure proper reception.
NOTE:
Look at a tape before you insert it.
HTB2043
If the tape is loose, tighten it by
turning one of the hubs with a pencil
Your car uses a roof antenna to receive
or your finger.
both AM and FM broadcast signals.
If the label is peeling off, do not put
This antenna is a removable type. To
it in the drive mechanism.
remove the antenna, turn the antenna
Do not leave tapes sitting where
counterclockwise. To install the an-
they are exposed to hot, warm, or
tenna, turn the antenna clockwise.
high humidity, such as on top of
the dashboard or in the player.
If a tape is exposed to extreme heat
or cold, let it reach a moderate tem-
perature before putting it in the
player.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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