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Renault Alaskan (2018 year). Manual in english - page 8

 

 

CAUTION
Before connecting a device to a jack, turn off the
power of the portable device.
To avoid damaging or deforming the antenna, be
sure to remove the antenna under the following
With a compatible device connected to the jack,
conditions.
push the corresponding button (depends on the
audio system) repeatedly until the display switches
The vehicle enters an automatic car wash.
to the AUX mode.
The vehicle enters a garage with a low ceiling.
RENAULT strongly recommends using a stereo mini
The vehicle is covered with a car cover.
plug cable when connecting your music device to
the audio system. Music may not play properly when
USB (Universal Serial Bus)
a monaural cable is used.
connection port
JVH1109XZ
CD/USB MEMORY CARE AND
WARNING
CLEANING
The USB port is located on the lower part of the
Do not connect, disconnect or operate the USB
instrument panel. Insert USB devices or iPod con-
CD
device while driving. Doing so can be a distrac-
nectors into this port.
tion. If distracted you could lose control of your
AUX (Auxiliary) INPUT JACK
vehicle and cause an accident or serious injury.
CAUTION
Do not force the USB device into the USB port.
Inserting the USB device tilted or up-side-
down into the port may damage the port.
Make sure that the USB device is connected
correctly into the USB port.
Do not grab the USB port cover (where fitted)
SAA0451Z
when pulling the USB device out of the port.
This could damage the port and the cover.
JVH1110XZ
Handle a disc by its edges. Never touch the sur-
Do not leave the USB cable in a place where it
can be pulled unintentionally. Pulling the cable
face of the disc. Do not bend the disc.
may damage the port.
The AUX input jack is located on the lower part of
Always place the discs in the storage case when
Refer to your device manufacturer's owner infor-
the instrument panel. Compatible audio devices,
they are not being used.
mation regarding the proper use and care of the
such as some MP3 players, can be connected to the
device.
system through the AUX input jack.
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
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FM AM RADIO WITH COMPACT DISC (CD) PLAYER (Type A)
To clean a disc, wipe the surface from the centre
to the outer edge using a clean, soft cloth. Do
not wipe the disc using a circular motion.
Do not use a conventional record cleaner or al-
cohol intended for industrial use.
A new disc may be rough on the inner and outer
edges. Remove the rough edges by rubbing the
inner and outer edges with the side of a pen or
pencil as illustrated.
USB memory
Do not place heavy objects on the USB memory.
Do not store the USB memory in highly humid
locations.
Do not expose the USB memory to direct sun-
light.
Do not spill any liquids on the USB memory.
tails.
NAA1575
1.
(Day/Night) button
daytime setting and nighttime setting
(Display brightness (Day/Night mode) button)
independent of headlamp status.
Turn the MENU button to set the display
2.
CD slot
brightness
3.
Display
The illumination brightness level is linked to
4.
CD eject button
the headlight switch. When the headlights are
switched “ON” the brightness is dimmed
5.
MEDIA button
automatically. Press the button to toggle
Switch between the audio sources (CD, USB,
illumination brightness levels between
AUX, BT Audio) (if connected)
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
6.
Telephone button
AUDIO MAIN OPERATION
- DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) indicated as DR
(where fitted)
7.
Radio mode: TUNE dial
The audio unit operates when the ignition switch is
Audio unit mode: MENU dial
in ACC or ON position.
- AM
Confirmation (ENTER) button
m
Power ON/OFF button
Radio band select buttons
8.
Back button
Press the <RADIO> button to change the audio
9.
Radio mode: Preset button
Press the
button to switch on the audio unit. If
transmission source as follows:
USB/MP3 CD/iPod or Phone mode: Quick
the audio unit was switched off using the ignition
FM1 ! FM2 ! DR1 ! DR2 ! AM ! FM1
search button
switch, it can also be switched on with the ignition
switch. The source that was playing immediately
When <RADIO> button is pressed, the radio will
10.
SETUP button
before the unit was switched off will resume playing
come on at the last received radio station. If audio is
11.
Radio mode: Preset buttons
already playing using one of the other input sources
and the volume will be set to the previous volume
12.
Fast Forward (Cue)/Forward Track and
level.
(iPod, Bluetooth, CD, USB, AUX-in) pressing the <RA-
Rewind/Previous Track buttons
DIO> button will switch off the playing source mode
The audio unit can be switched off by pressing
,
and the last received radio station will be selected.
13.
Radio mode: Preset button
or by turning the ignition switch to the “OFF” or
CD/iPod/USB/Bluetooth audio mode: MIX but-
LOCK position.
Setting preset stations
ton
Volume (VOL) level control
Auto populating the [FM List]:
14.
Traffic Announcement (TA) button
When the <RADIO> button is pressed for more than
15.
Radio mode: Preset button
Turn the <VOL> dial clockwise or anticlockwise to
1.5 seconds the six stations with the strongest sig-
CD/iPod/USB/Bluetooth audio mode: Repeat
adjust the volume level.
nals are stored in the preset (1 to 6) buttons of the
(RPT) button
The audio unit is equipped with a speed control vol-
band. During the search, a notification message
16.
Power ON·OFF button/Volume control (VOL)
ume function, this means that the audio system au-
[Updating FM List] appears in the display and the
knob
tomatically adjusts the volume level in relation to
sound is muted until the operation is complete.
vehicle speed. For details, see
“[Speed Volume]
Once completed, the radio reverts to the previously
17.
DISP button (Display)
menu” later in this section.
selected radio station.
Provides on screen information when available
(music tags, RDS, etc.)
Manual tuning
RADIO OPERATION
18.
RADIO button
When the
(power ON/OFF) button is pressed,
When adjusting the broadcasting station frequency
the audio unit will switch on with the last received
manually access the [FM List] and turn the <MENU>
radio station, if the audio unit was previously
dial until the desired station is tuned in.
switched off in radio mode.
The frequency increases or decreases in steps of
The radio is able to receive multiple kinds of audio
100 kHz on the FM band, and 9 kHz on the AM band.
transmissions:
- FM
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Six stations (if available) can be set for the AM
DAB and RDS functions
WARNING
band.
Programme Service (PS) function (station name
The radio should not be tuned while driving in or-
If the battery is disconnected, or if the fuse blows,
display function):
der for full attention to be given to the driving
the radio memory will be erased. In that case, reset
- FM:
operation.
the desired stations after battery connection or
When an RDS station is tuned in with seek or
SEEK tuning buttons
fuse replacement.
manual tuning, the RDS data is received and the
PS name is displayed.
DAB and Radio Data System (RDS)
FM mode:
operation (where fitted)
- DR:
Pressing the
or
button starts the tuning
When a station is tuned in with seek or manual
mode. A short press of the button will increase or
The RDS is a system through which encoded digital
tuning, the data is received and the PS name is
decrease the frequency a single step. Pressing the
information is transmitted by FM radio stations in
displayed.
button longer will activate the seek mode. The radio
addition to the normal FM radio broadcasting. The
tuner seeks from low to high or high to low fre-
RDS provides information services such as station
TA Traffic announcement
quencies and stops at the next broadcasting sta-
name, traffic information, or news.
This function operates in FM/DR (Radio) mode. This
tion. During seek mode, the audio output is muted.
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcast)
function will still operate in the background if any
If no broadcasting station can be found within the
media source is selected (CD, USB or MEDIA mode).
complete band cycle, it will return to the initial fre-
NOTE
Pressing the <TA> button selects the TA mode.
quency.
When in DR mode operation is similar to FM
The TA indicator is displayed while TA mode is
DR mode:
mode but may slightly differ.
on.
Press to
or
select the next or previous sta-
In some countries or regions, some of these
When <TA> is pressed again. The mode will be
tion
services may not be available.
switched off and the TA indicator will disappear
Preset station buttons ➀➁➂➃➄➅
Alternative Frequency (AF) mode:
from the display.
Pressing a preset button for less than 2 seconds will
The AF mode operates in the FM (radio) mode.
Traffic announcement interrupt function:
select the stored radio station.
The AF mode operates in the FM (radio), AUX or
When a traffic announcement is received, the an-
Pressing a preset button for more than 2 seconds
CD mode (if FM was previously selected in the
nouncement is tuned in and the display shows a
while in the [FM list] or radio main screen will cause
radio mode).
notification message with the radio station name
the station currently being received to be stored
e.g. [TA: Radio 1].
The AF function compares signal strengths and
against that preset button.
selects the station with the optimum reception
Once the traffic announcement has finished, the
conditions for the currently tuned-in station.
unit returns to the source that was active before
Twelve stations (if available) can be stored in the
FM bands. (Six each for FM1 and FM2)
the traffic announcement started.
Twelve stations (if available) can be stored in the
DR bands. (Six each for DR1 and DR2) (where fit-
ted)
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
If
<TA> is pressed during a traffic announcement,
[Sound] menu:
[Speed Volume] menu:
the traffic announcement interrupt mode is can-
Submenus in the sound menu:
This mode controls the volume output from the
celled. The TA mode returns to the standby mode
speakers automatically in relation to vehicle speed.
[Bass]
Use this control to enhance or
and the audio unit returns to the previous source.
When [Speed Volume] is displayed, turn the <MENU>
attenuate bass response sound.
Turn the <MENU> dial clockwise
dial clockwise or anticlockwise to adjust the volume
SETUP BUTTON
or anticlockwise to adjust the
level.
bass settings then press <ENTER>
Adjusting the setting to 0 (zero) turns off the speed
to confirm.
volume feature. Increasing the speed volume set-
[Treble]
Use this control to enhance or
ting results in the audio volume increasing more
attenuate the treble.
rapidly with vehicle speed. Once chosen, press
Turn the <MENU> dial clockwise
<ENTER> to save the setting.
To configure [Audio], [Clock], [Radio], and [Language]
or anticlockwise to adjust the
[Bass Boost] menu:
settings, perform the following procedure:
treble settings then press
<ENTER> to confirm.
Switch [Bass boost] [ON] or [OFF]
1. Press the <SETUP> button.
[Balance]
Use this control to adjust the bal-
[Audio default] menu:
2. Turn the <MENU> dial clockwise or anticlockwise,
ance of the volume between the
the display will appear in the following order:
The audio unit has a saved preset settings as a fac-
left and right speakers.
tory default. Select [Yes] to change all settings back
[Audio] # [Clock] # [Radio] # [Language]
Turn the <MENU> dial
to the factory preset settings. Select [No] to exit the
anticlockwise or clockwise to
After the desired levels have been set, press either
menu keeping the current settings.
adjust the left/right balance then
the
(Back) button repeatedly, or the <SETUP>
press <ENTER> to confirm.
Setting the clock
button.
[Fade]
Use this control to adjust the bal-
The clock menu screen set up screen will appear
Audio adjustments
ance of the volume between the
when selecting the [Clock] item from the set up
front and rear speakers.
1. Press the <SETUP> button to enter the setup
menu.
Turn the <MENU> dial
menu screen then select [Audio].
anticlockwise or clockwise to
[Set Time]:
2. Turn the <MENU> dial clockwise or anticlockwise,
adjust the front/rear balance then
Select [Set Time] then adjust the clock as follows:
the display will appear in the following order:
press <ENTER> to confirm.
1. The hour display will start flashing. Turn the
[Sound] ! [AUX in] ! [Speed Volume] ! [Bass
[AUX in] menu:
<MENU> dial to adjust the hour.
Boost] ! [Audio Default]
Use this control to adjust the volume output from
2. Press the <ENTER> button. The minute display
the auxiliary source.
will start flashing.
Turn the <MENU> dial anticlockwise or clockwise to
3. Turn the <MENU> dial to adjust the minute.
select [Low], [Medium], or [High] mode then press
<ENTER> to confirm.
4. Press <ENTER> to finish the clock adjustment.
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[On/Off]:
[Radio] menu
[Deutsch]
Set the clock display between on or off when the
For activation or deactivation details, see “SETUP
[Español]
audio unit is turned off.
button” earlier in this section.
[Français]
If set in the [ON] position, the clock will be displayed
[TA]
Use this control to switch Traffic
[Korean]
when the audio unit is turned off either by pressing
Announcements on or off when
the
button or when the ignition switch is placed
the unit starts.
[Italiano]
in the “OFF” position.
Turn the <MENU> dial clockwise
[Nederlands]
or anticlockwise to select then
[Format]:
[Polski]
press <ENTER> to confirm.
Set the clock display between 24-hour mode and
[Português]
[DR Inter-
For models fitted with DAB (Digital
12-hour clock mode.
rupt…]
Audio Broadcasting) functionality
[Türkçe]
only.
Switch on or off specific listed
[UK English]
Digital Interruptions. When
[русский]
selected the DAB radio stations
will be interrupted if a specific
COMPACT DISC (CD) OPERATION
message is available.
The CD player can play a music CD or an encoded
Turn the <MENU> dial clockwise
MP3/WMA CD and while listening to those CD's mu-
or anticlockwise to adjust then
sic information tags (track and artist information)
press <ENTER> to select.
can be displayed (when CD encoded with text is be-
[Ref. FM List]
Manually update the FM station
ing used).
list
Press the <MEDIA> button and the CD (if loaded)
Press the <ENTER> to start the
will start to play.
search of the stations. The text
[Updating FM list...] appears. In a
When <MEDIA> is pressed and the radio or another
short period of time the stations
source mode is already operating, it will automati-
are updated and the last station
cally turn off the playing source and the CD play
(if possible) starts playing.
mode will start.
Language settings
CAUTION
Select the appropriate language and press the
Do not force the CD into the slot. This could
<ENTER> button. Upon completion, the screen will
damage the player.
automatically adapt the language setting.
Do not use 8 cm (3.1 in) discs.
[Chinese]
[Chinese Simplified]
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
CD insert (CD player)
Fast Forward (Cue), Fast
Repeat button:
Reverse (Review) buttons:
Insert the CD disc into the slot with the label side
When the
(Cue) or
(Review) button is
Push the
button and the current track will
facing up. The disc will be guided automatically into
pressed continuously, the track will be played at
be played continuously.
the slot and will start playing. After loading the disc,
high speed. When the button is released, the track
button:
track information will be displayed.
will be played at normal playing speed.
NOTE
Push the
button and all the tracks in the
Track up/down buttons:
current folder (MP3 CD/USB) or playlist (iPod) will be
The CD player accepts normal audio CD or CD
Pressing the
or
button once, the track will
played in a random order.
recorded with MP3/WMA files.
be skipped forward to the next track or backward
When the entire folder/playlist has been played the
Inserting a CD recorded with MP3/WMA files,
to the beginning of the current played track. Press
system will start playing the next folder/playlist.
the audio unit will automatically detect and
the
or
button more than once to skip
[MP3CD] will be indicated.
button:
through the tracks.
An error notification message will be
Folder browsing:
While a CD with recorded music information tags
displayed when inserting a wrong disc type
(CD-text/ID3-text tags) is being played, the title of
(e.g. DVD), or the player cannot read the CD
If the recorded media contains folders with music
the played track is displayed. If the title information
disc. Eject the disc and insert another disc.
files, pressing the
or
button will play in
is not provided then [Track] is displayed.
sequence the tracks of each folder.
MEDIA button
When the
button is pressed repeatedly,
To select a preferred folder:
Load a CD disc. After a short loading period the CD
further information about the track can be
1. Press the <ENTER> button or turn the <MENU>
starts playing.
displayed along with the track title as follows:
dial and a list of tracks in the current folder is dis-
If the disc was already loaded:
CD:
played.
Press the <MEDIA> button (depending on other
Track time ! Artist name ! Album title ! Track
2. Turn the <MENU> dial for the preferred folder.
connected audio sources if necessary multiple
time
times) to select CD. Playing starts from the track
3. Press
<ENTER> to access the folder. Press
that was being played when the CD play mode was
<ENTER> again to start playing the first track or
CD with MP3/WMA:
switched off.
turn the <MENU> dial, and press <ENTER> to se-
Track time ! Artist name ! Album title ! Folder
lect another track.
name ! Track time
Audio main operation
If the current selected folder contains sub folders,
The track name is always displayed.
List view:
press <ENTER>, a new screen with a list of sub fold-
Track details:
While the track is being played, either press the
ers will be displayed. Turn the <MENU> dial for the
A long press on the
button will turn the
<ENTER> button or turn the <MENU> dial to display
sub folder then press <ENTER> to select. Select the
display into a detailed overview and after a few sec-
the available tracks in a listed view mode. To select
[Root] folder item when songs are recorded addi-
onds it returns to the main display, or press
a track from the list, or a track to start listening from,
tionally in the root folder.
turn the <MENU> dial then press <ENTER>.
briefly.
To return to the previous folder screen, press
Press the
button to return to the song.
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
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If an error message appears in the display,
Connecting USB memory
press
to eject the faulty CD and insert an-
Connect a USB memory stick or another USB de-
other CD or check if the ejected CD is inserted
vice. The display will show the notification message
upside down.
[USB Detected Please Wait...] for a few seconds, while
AUX (Auxiliary) SOCKET
it is reading the data.
Quick search:
If the audio system has been turned off while the
When a MP3 CD with recorded music information
Audio main operation
USB memory was playing, pressing will start the
tags (ID3-text tags) is being played from list view
The AUX IN jack is located on the centre console.
USB device operation.
mode, a quick search can be performed to find a
The AUX IN audio input jack accepts any standard
track from the list.
CAUTION
analog audio input such as from a portable cas-
Push the <A-Z> button then turn the <MENU>
sette tape/CD player, MP3 player or laptop com-
Do not force the USB device into the USB port.
dial for the first alphabetic/numerical letter of the
puter. RENAULT strongly recommends using a ste-
Inserting the USB device tilted or up-side-
track title then press <ENTER>. When found, a list of
reo mini plug cable when connecting your music
down into the port may damage the port.
the available tracks will be displayed. When there is
device to the audio system. Music may not play
Make sure that the USB device is connected
no match (the display shows [No match] the next
properly when a monaural cable is used.
correctly into the USB port.
item will be shown. Select, and press <ENTER> to
Press the <MEDIA> button for the AUX mode.
Do not grab the USB port cover (where fitted)
play the preferred track.
Use the play mode of the device to play the audio.
when pulling the USB device out of the port.
This could damage the port and the cover.
CD eject button
USB (Universal Serial Bus)
CD player:
CONNECTION PORT (where fitted)
Do not leave the USB cable in a place where it
can be pulled unintentionally. Pulling the cable
Press the
(eject) button and the CD will be
See “Audio system (where fitted)” earlier in this sec-
may damage the port.
ejected.
tion for the location of the USB port. If the system
Do not locate objects near the USB device to
has been turned off while the USB device was play-
Ejecting CD (with ignition switch in “OFF” or
prevent the objects from leaning on the USB
LOCK):
ing, pushing the PWR button will start the USB de-
device and the port. Pressure from the objects
vice.
When the ignition switch is in the “OFF” or LOCK
may damage the USB device and the port.
position it is possible to eject the currently played
CD. However the audio unit will not be activated.
WARNING
The vehicle is not equipped with a USB device. USB
devices should be purchased separately as neces-
Press the
button and the CD will be ejected.
Do not connect, disconnect or operate the USB
sary.
device while driving. Doing so can be a distrac-
NOTE
This system cannot be used to format USB devices.
tion. If distracted you could lose control of your
vehicle and cause an accident or serious injury.
To format a USB device, use a personal computer.
When the CD is ejected and not removed
within 8 seconds, it will automatically retract
In some areas, the USB device for the front seats
into the slot to protect it from damage.
plays only sound without images for regulatory rea-
sons, even when the vehicle is parked.
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
This system supports various USB connection port
iPod PLAYER OPERATION
devices, USB hard drives and iPod players. Some USB
(where fitted)
devices may not be supported by this system.
Connecting iPod
Partitioned USB devices may not play correctly.
Open the console lid and connect the iPod cable to
Some characters used in other languages (Chi-
Quick search:
the USB connector. The battery of the iPod will be
nese, Japanese, etc.) may not appear properly in
When a USB device with recorded music informa-
charged during the connection to the vehicle. The
the display. Using English language characters
tion tags (ID3-text tags) is being played from list
display will show the notification message [iPod
with a USB device is recommended.
view mode, a quick search can be performed to find
<Name> Detected...] for a few seconds, while it is
General notes for USB use:
a track from the list.
reading the data.
Refer to your device manufacturer’s owner infor-
Push the <A-Z> button then turn the <MENU>
If the audio system has been turned off while the
mation regarding the proper use and care of the
dial for the first alphabetic/numerical letter of the
iPod was playing, pressing
will start the iPod
device.
track title then press <ENTER>. When found, a list of
operation. During the connection, the iPod can only
the available tracks will be displayed. When there is
be operated with the audio controls.
MEDIA button
no match (the display shows [No match] the next
To operate the USB device press <MEDIA> once or
* iPod and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., reg-
item will be shown. Select, and press <ENTER> to
repeatedly until [USB] is available.
istered in the U.S. and other countries.
play the preferred track.
Audio main operation
button
WARNING
The following operations are identical to the audio
Do not connect, disconnect or operate the USB
main operation of the Compact Disc (CD) operation.
While a track with recorded music information tags
device while driving. Doing so can be a distrac-
For details, see “Compact Disc (CD) operation” ear-
(ID3-tags) is being played, the title of the played
tion. If distracted you could lose control of your
lier in this section.
track is displayed. If the tags are not provided then
vehicle and cause an accident or serious injury.
a notification message is displayed.
List view
CAUTION
When the
button is pressed repeatedly,
Quick search
further information about the track can be
Do not force the iPod cable into the USB port.
,
displayed along with the track title as follows:
Inserting the iPod cable tilted or upside- down
into the port may damage the port. Make sure
MIX (Random play)
Track time ! Artist name ! Album title ! Track
that the iPod cable is connected correctly into
RPT (Repeat track)
time
the USB port.
Folder browsing
Track details:
Do not locate objects near the iPod cable to
A long press on the
button will turn the
prevent the objects from leaning on the iPod
display into a detailed overview and after a few sec-
cable and the port. Pressure from the objects
onds it returns to the main display, or press
may damage the iPod cable and the port.
briefly.
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Refer to your device manufacturer's owners manual
RPT (Repeat track)
regarding the proper use and care of the device.
Folder browsing
Compatibility:
button
NOTE
Audio main operation
While a track with recorded music information tags
At the time of publication, this audio system
(ID3-tags) is being played, the title of the played
was tested with the latest iPod players/iPhone
Interface:
track is displayed. If the tags are not provided then
available. Due to the frequent update of con-
The interface for iPod operation shown on the au-
a notification message is displayed.
sumer devices like MP3 players, RENAULT can-
dio system display is similar to the iPod interface.
not guarantee that all new iPod players/iP-
When the
button is pressed repeatedly,
Use the <MENU> dial and the <ENTER> button to
hone launched will be compatible with this
further information about the track can be
play a track on the iPod.
audio system.
displayed along with the track title as follows:
The following items can be chosen from the menu
Some iPod operations may not be available
Track time ! Artist name ! Album title ! Track
list screen.
with this system.
time
[Playlists]
Make sure that the iPod/iPhone is updated
Track details:
with the latest firmware.
[Artists]
A long press on the
button, the screen
iPod Shuffle and iPod mini cannot be used
[Albums]
displays the song title, artist name, and album title.
with this system.
After a few seconds it returns to the main display or
[Tracks]
press
briefly.
Full functionality of iPhone USB and Bluetooth
[More...]
Audio may not be available to the user if the
BLUETOOTH® OPERATION
[Composers]
same device is connected by USB and Blue-
tooth simultaneously.
[Genre]
[Podcasts]
MEDIA button
For further information about each item, see the
To operate the iPod press <MEDIA> once or repeat-
iPod owner’s manual.
edly until [iPod <Name>] is shown.
The following operations are identical to the audio
main operation of the Compact Disc (CD) operation.
For details, see “Compact Disc (CD) operation” ear-
lier in this section.
List view
NAA1392
,
*: a device with bluetooth capabilities
MIX (Random play)
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
Regulatory information
To set up the Bluetooth system with a device the
3)
The pairing procedure may depend on the de-
following items are available:
vice to be connected:
Bluetooth® is a trademark
1)
Device without PIN code:
owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
m
The Bluetooth connection will be automati-
cally connected without any further input.
BLUETOOTH® settings
2)
Device with PIN code:
To pair a device, make sure the Bluetooth is
Two different ways of pairing are possible de-
switched on and use the [Scan device] key or the
[Scan devices]
pending on the device:
[Pair device] key For details, see “[Scan devices]” later
Bluetooth devices can be paired with the sys-
in this section.
- Type A:
tem. A maximum of 5 Bluetooth devices can be
The message [To pair] [Enter Pin] 0000
Up to 5 different Bluetooth devices can be con-
registered.
will be displayed.
nected. However, only one device can be used at a
[Pair device]
Confirm the PIN code on the device.
time. If 5 different Bluetooth registered devices are
Bluetooth devices can be paired with the sys-
The Bluetooth connection will be made.
registered, a new device can only replace one of the
tem. A maximum of 5 Bluetooth devices can be
5 existing paired devices. Use [Del. device] key to de-
- Type B:
registered.
lete one of the existing paired devices. For details,
The message [Pairing request] [Confirm
see “[Pair device]” later in this section.
[Sel. device]
password] together with a 6 digit code
When successfully paired a notification message will
Paired Bluetooth devices are listed and can be
will be displayed. The unique and identi-
be displayed, then the audio system display will re-
selected for connection.
cal code should be displayed on the de-
vice. If the code is identical confirm on the
turn to the current audio source display. During con-
[Del. device]
device.
nection the following status icons will be displayed
A registered Bluetooth device can be deleted.
The Bluetooth connection will be made.
(top left of the display): Signal strength (
), Bat-
tery status* (
) and Bluetooth “ON” (
).
[Bluetooth]
[Pair device]:
*: If the low battery message comes on, the Blue-
If this setting is turned off, the connection be-
Turn the audio unit Bluetooth® on. See [Blue-
tooth® device must be recharged soon.
tween the Bluetooth devices and the in-vehicle
tooth] description.
The pairing procedure and operation may vary ac-
Bluetooth module will be cancelled.
cording to device type and compatibility. See the
Use the audio unit to pair:
[Scan devices]:
Press the
button. Select the [Pair Device] key.
Bluetooth® owner’s manual for further details.
The pairing procedure depends on the
1) Press the
button. Select [Scan device]
NOTE
Bluetooth® device to be connected:
The audio unit searches bluetooth devices and
For device details, see your audio/mobile
shows all visible devices.
1) Device without PIN code:
Make sure your Bluetooth device is visible at this
The Bluetooth® connection will be automati-
For assistance with the Bluetooth® audio/mo-
time.
cally connected without any further input.
bile phone integration, please visit your local
2) Select the device to be paired.
approved dealer or qualified workshop.
Use the <MENU> dial and press to select.
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2) Device with PIN code:
[Del. device]:
MEDIA button:
Two different ways of pairing are possible de-
A registered device can be removed from the Blue-
To operate the Bluetooth® audio streaming use the
pending on the device, for the correct proce-
tooth audio system. Select a registered device then
following method:
dure details, see “[Pair device]” earlier in this
press <ENTER> to confirm to deletion.
Press <MEDIA> repeatedly until [BT Audio] is
section.
[Bluetooth]:
shown.
Use the Bluetooth® audio/mobile phone device
If Bluetooth® has been switched off a notification
The type of display,
A or
B , shown on the audio
to pair:
message [ON/OFF] appears when you select [Blue-
system can vary depending on the Bluetooth® ver-
1) Follow the instructions in the owner's
tooth] from the phone menu (press
). To switch
sion of the device.
manual for the Bluetooth® enabled device to
the Bluetooth® signal on, press <ENTER> and a fol-
Fast Forward (Cue), Fast
search for the audio unit.
low up screen will appear. Then select [ON] and
Reverse (Review) buttons:
If the search mode finds the audio unit it will
press <ENTER> to display the Bluetooth® settings
When the
(Cue) or
(Review) button is
be shown on the device display.
menu screen.
pressed continuously, the track will be played at
2) Select the audio unit shown as [My Car].
high speed. When the button is released, the track
3) Follow the instructions in the owner's
will be played at normal playing speed.
manual for the Bluetooth® enabled device to
Track up/down buttons:
establish a connection with the audio unit.
4) Enter the PIN code shown on the relevant de-
Pressing the
or
button once, the track will
vice with the device's own keypad, and press
be skipped forward to the next track or backward
the confirmation key on the device itself.
to the beginning of the current played track. Press
Refer to the relevant Bluetooth® device own-
the
or
button more than once to skip
er’s manual for further details.
through the tracks.
[Sel. device]:
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button
The paired device list shows which Bluetooth® au-
If the song contains music information tags (ID3-
dio or mobile phone devices have been paired or
Bluetooth® audio streaming main
registered with the Bluetooth® audio system. If the
tags), the title of the played song will be displayed. If
operation
tags are not provided then the display will not show
list contains devices then select the appropriate de-
vice to connect to the Bluetooth® audio system.
Turn the ignition switch to the ACC or ON position.
any messages.
If the audio system was turned off while the Blue-
When the
button is pressed repeatedly fur-
The following symbols (where fitted) indicate the
tooth® audio was playing, pressing the <
> but-
ther information about the song can be displayed
capability of the registered device:
ton will start the Bluetooth® audio streaming.
along with the song title.
: Mobile phone integration
A long press on
will turn the display into a
: Audio streaming (A2DP - Advanced Audio
detailed overview which after a few seconds returns
Distribution Profile)
to the main display; or press
briefly.
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Bluetooth® mobile phone feature
This system offers a hands-free facility for your mo-
bile telephone with Bluetooth® to enhance driving
safety, and comfort. For details, see “Bluetooth®
Hands-Free Phone System (without navigation sys-
tem and colour display)” later in this section.
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Specification chart
Supported media
CD-R, CD-ROM, CD-RW, USB 2.0 MSC
CD Size
12 cm diameter. up to 1.9 mm thickness
Supported file systems for CD
ISO9660 LEVEL1, ISO9660 LEVEL2, Romeo, Joliet
* ISO9660 Level 3 (packet writing) is not supported.
* Files saved using the Live File System Component (on a Windows Vista-based
computer) are not supported.
Supported file systems for USB
FAT-16, FAT-32
Supported versions *1
MP3
Version
MPEG1, Layer 3
Sampling frequency
32 KHz - 44.1 KHz - 48 kHz
Bit rate
32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 144, 160, 192, 224, 256, 288, 320, Kbps, VBR *4
WMA *3
Version
WMA7, WMA8, WMA9
Sampling frequency
16 KHz, 22.05 KHz, 32 KHz, 44.1KHz, 48 kHz
Bit rate
48, 64, 80, 96, 128, 160, 192, 256, 320 Kbps, VBR *4
AAC
Version
MPEG-4, AAC
Sampling frequency
8, 11.025, 16, 22.05, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
Bit rate
32, 48, 64, 80, 96, 128, 160, 192 Kbps, VBR *4
Tag information (Song title and Artist
CD
CDDA
and Album name)
MP3
ID3 tag ver. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.4
WMA
WMA tag
AAC
AAC tag
Tracks/Files support
CDDA — 99 tracks
MP3/WMA/AAC in CD — 999 files
USB — 30000 files
Folders support
100 folders in CD
2500 folders in USB
Depth — Till 8, Deeper folders shall be under 8, subject to the maximum.
Playlists support in USB
M3U, WPL, PLS — 1000 playlists.
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Text character support
Adjustable character length,
File Name: Min 11 Characters (Max 30 Characters) ID3 TAG : Min 24 Characters.
depending upon content of
(Max 60 Characters) *5
media.
Displayable character codes *2
Unicode, ISO8859-15(French),
01:ASCll, 02: ISO-8859-1, ISO8859-15(French), ISO8859-5(Russian Cyrillic), 03:
ISO8859-5(Russian Cyrillic),
UNICODE(UTF-16 BOM Big Endian), 04: UNICODE (UTF-16 Ncn-BOM Big Endian), 05:
GB18030-2000(Chinese), BIG-
UNICODE(UTF-8), 06:UNICODE(Non-UTF-16 BOM Little Endian), 07: SHIFT-JIS,
5(Taiwanese), KSX1001-
GB18030-2000(Chinese), BIG-5(Taiwanese), KSX1001-2002(Korean)
2002(Korean)
Browsing
File/Folder browsing for CD/MP3, USB
*1
Files created with a combination of 48 kHz sampling frequency and 64 Kbps bit rate cannot be played.
*2
Available codes depend on what kind of media, versions and information are going to be displayed.
*3
Protected WMA files (DRM) cannot be played.
*4
When VBR files are played, the playback time may not be displayed correctly. WMA7 and WMA8 are not applied to VBR.
*5
Support 128 Bytes but it depends on display width and character type.
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FM-AM RADIO WITH COMPACT DISC (CD) PLAYER (Type B)
AUDIO MAIN OPERATION
The audio system operates when the ignition
switch is placed in the ON or ACC position.
(power)/VOL (volume) dial
Push the <VOL> dial to turn the audio system on
and off.
Turn the <VOL> dial to adjust the volume.
This vehicle may be equipped with the Speed Sen-
sitive Volume (SSV) function for audio. When this
function is turned on, the audio volume will be ad-
justed automatically as the vehicle speed changes.
For operations to turn the SSV function on and off,
see “How to use <SETUP> button” earlier in this sec-
tion.
Audio settings
For the operations to adjust the audio settings, see
“How to use <SETUP> button” earlier in this section.
Traffic Announcement
Touch [TA] on the audio screen to turn on or off the
Traffic Information setting. When a traffic
announcement is received, the Traffic Information
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will interrupt the music that was playing and in-
forms the driver of the received traffic information.
1
Power/VOL (volume) dial
8.
Seek/Track buttons
Radio operation
2.
Disc eject button
9.
AUX (auxiliary) button
The audio system operates when the ignition
3.
RADIO button
10.
SETUP button
switch is placed in the ON or ACC position.
4.
Disc insert slot
Radio band select button:
5.
BACK button
Push the <RADIO> button to change the band as
6.
ENTER/Scroll dial
follows:
7.
CD button
AM ! DAB ! FM ! AM
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If another audio source is playing when the
2. Tune to the desired station using manual or seek
Occasionally, in areas of poor DAB signal strength,
<RADIO> button is pushed, the audio source play-
tuning. Touch and hold any of the desired station
the full station name in the DAB List and DAB main
ing will automatically be turned off and the last ra-
memory keys until a beep sound is heard.
screen might be distorted. In this situation it may
dio station played will begin playing.
still be possible to listen to the particular radio sta-
For FM and DAB (where fitted), touch the [7-12]
tion, at a reduced level of sound quality, but this is
Radio tuning:
key to display the 7 - 12 memory keys.
not always possible. This may also be shown in the
When in radio mode, the radio can be tuned using
3. The channel indicator will then come on and the
vehicle information display.
the touch screen. To bring up the visual tuner, touch
sound will resume. Programming is now com-
the [Tune] key on the lower part of the screen. A
plete.
CD player operation
screen appears with a bar running from low fre-
DAB operation:
Loading disc:
quencies on the left to high frequencies on the right.
In the DAB mode, the following operation keys and
Insert a CD into the slot with the label side facing
One of the following operations can be used for tun-
information are available.
up. The CD will be guided automatically into the slot
ing.
and will start playing. If the radio is already playing,
DAB List:
Touching the bar on the screen
it will automatically turn off, and the CD will start
Touch to display the available station list.
playing.
Touching [
]/[
] on the screen
TA:
CAUTION
Turning the <ENTER>/Scroll dial
Touch this key to turn on and off the TA (Traffic
Do not force the compact disc into the slot. This
To return to the regular radio display screen, touch
Announcement) mode. When turned on,
could damage the player.
the [OK] key.
received TA will interrupt the audio source that
CD button:
Station List:
is playing.
When in FM or DAB (where fitted) mode, touch [FM
Extra chan.:
When the CD button is pushed with the system off
List] or [DAB List] to display the station lists.
and the CD loaded, the system will turn on and the
The [Extra chan.] key will allow access to extra
Seek/Track buttons:
stations transmitted within the group of the cur-
CD will start to play.
rently selected station. If extra stations are not
When the CD button is pushed with a CD loaded
When in radio mode, push the Seek/Track buttons
available within the group, the key will not oper-
while the radio playing, the radio will turned off and
to tune from low to high or high to low frequencies
ate.
the CD will start to play.
and to stop at the next broadcasting station.
Radio text:
Seek/Track button:
Station memory keys:
Radio text is shown on the DAB main screen un-
Up to six stations can be stored for AM band, and up
When the
or
button is pushed for more
derneath the DAB station name. This displays
to twelve stations can be stored for each of the
than 1.5 seconds while the CD is being played, the
radio programme and song information as de-
other bands.
CD will play while fast forwarding or rewinding.
termined by the DAB station.
When the button is released, the CD will return to
1. Choose the radio band using the <RADIO> but-
EAS in EAS test (displayed on the screen as a PTY
normal play speed.
ton.
name) is an abbreviation of Emergency Alert Sys-
tem.
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When the
or
button is pushed for less
(CD with compressed audio files)
Do not grab the USB port cover (where fitted)
than 1.5 seconds while the CD is being played, the
when pulling the USB device out of the port.
(Normal) ! Repeat Track ! Repeat Folder ! (Nor-
next track or the beginning of the current track on
This could damage the port and the cover.
mal)
the CD will be played. Push the button several times
Browse:
Do not leave the USB cable in a place where it
to skip through the tracks on the CD. If the last track
can be pulled unintentionally. Pulling the cable
on a CD is skipped, the first track on the disc will
Touch the [Browse] key to display the titles on the
may damage the port.
play. If the last track in a folder of an MP3 CD is
CD in list format. Touch the title of a song in the list
General notes for USB use:
skipped, the first track of the next folder will play.
to begin playing that song. If an MP3 CD is playing,
touching the [Browse] key will also list the folders
Refer to your device manufacturer's owner infor-
CD/MP3/WMA display mode:
on the disc. Touch the [Folder Up] key to view the
mation regarding the proper use and care of the
While listening to a CD or an MP3/WMA CD, certain
lists in the upper layer. Follow the procedure for se-
device.
text may be displayed (when a CD encoded with
lecting a song with the touch screen to choose a
The audio system operates when the ignition
text is being used). Depending on how the CD or
folder.
switch is placed in the ON or ACC position.
MP3/WMA CD is encoded, the text is displayed list-
ing the artist, album and song title. Operation keys
Disc eject button:
The USB port is located on the lower part of the
are also displayed on the screen.
instrument panel. See “USB (Universal Serial Bus)
When the Disc eject button is pushed while a CD is
connection port” earlier in this section. Connect a
Mix:
loaded, the CD will be ejected.
USB memory device into the connection port. The
Touching the [Mix] key while a CD or MP3 CD is play-
If the CD is not removed within 10 seconds, the CD
USB memory device will be activated automatically.
ing will alternate the random play pattern as fol-
will be reloaded.
lows:
USB main operation:
USB (Universal Serial Bus) Connection
If another audio source is playing and a USB
(CD)
Port
memory device is inserted, push the AUX button un-
(Normal) ! Mix ! (Normal)
til the screen on the display changes to the USB
(CD with compressed audio files)
WARNING
memory mode.
(Normal) ! Random Folder ! Random All ! (Nor-
Do not connect, disconnect or operate the USB
If the system has been turned off while the USB
mal)
device while driving. Doing so can be a distrac-
memory device was playing, push the Power/<VOL>
Repeat:
tion. If distracted you could lose control of your
dial to restart the USB memory device.
vehicle and cause an accident or serious injury.
Touch the name of a song on the screen to begin
Touching the [Repeat] key while a CD or MP3 CD is
playing will alternate the repeat play pattern as fol-
CAUTION
playing that song.
lows:
USB screen operation:
Do not force the USB device into the USB port.
(CD)
Inserting the USB device tilted or up-side-
While files on a USB memory device are playing, the
down into the port may damage the port.
play pattern can be altered so that songs are re-
(Normal) ! Repeat ! (Normal)
Make sure that the USB device is connected
peated or played randomly.
correctly into the USB port.
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Mix:
iPod player operation
“Made for iPod”, “Made for iPhone”, and “Made for
iPad” mean that an electronic accessory has been
Touching the [Mix] key on the screen while a USB
Connecting iPod:
designed to connect specifically to iPod, iPhone, or
memory device is playing will alternate the random
Connect the iPod to the USB connection port using
iPad, respectively, and has been certified by the de-
play pattern as follows:
the USB cable that came with your iPod.
veloper to meet Apple performance standards.
(Normal) ! Random Folder ! Random All ! (Nor-
The USB port is located on the lower part of the
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this
mal)
instrument panel. See “USB (Universal Serial Bus)
device or its compliance with safety and regulatory
Repeat:
connection port” earlier in this section.
standards.
Touching the [Repeat] key on the screen while a USB
If your iPod supports charging via a USB connec-
Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod,
memory device is playing will alternate the repeat
tion, its battery will be charged while connected to
iPhone, or iPad may affect wireless performance.
play pattern as follows:
the vehicle with the ignition switch placed in the ON
iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod
(Normal) ! Repeat Track ! Repeat Folder ! (Nor-
or ACC position.
shuffle, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
mal)
Compatibility:
registered in the U.S. and other countries. Lightning
Browse:
The following models are compatible:
is a trademark of Apple Inc.
Touch [Browse] key to display USB interface. Select
iPod 5th Generation (firmware version 1.2.3 or
iPod main operation:
the songs you wish to play by touching the item on
later)
If the system has been turned off while the iPod was
the screen.
iPod Classic (firmware version 1.1.1 or later)
playing, pushing the Power/<VOL> dial will start the
Seek/Track buttons:
iPod.
iPod Touch (firmware version 2.0.0 or later)*
If another audio source is playing and a iPod is con-
Push the Seek/Track (rewind) button while an audio
iPod nano - 1st generation (firmware version 1.3.1
nected, push the AUX button until the screen on the
file on the USB memory device is playing to return
or later)
display changes to the iPod mode.
to the beginning of the current track. Push the but-
iPod nano - 2nd generation (firmware version
ton several times to skip backward several tracks.
Refer to your device manufacturer's owner infor-
1.1.3 or later)
mation regarding the proper use and care of the
Push the Seek/Track (fast forward) button while an
iPod nano - 3rd generation (firmware version 1.1.3
device.
audio file on the USB memory device is playing to
or later)
advance one track. Push the button several times
iPod nano - 4th generation (firmware version
to skip forward several tracks. if the last track on the
1.0.4 or later)
USB memory device is skipped, the first track of the
next folder is played.
iPod nano - 5th generation (firmware version 1.0.1
or later)
* Some features of this iPod may not be fully func-
tional.
Make sure that your iPod firmware is updated to the
version indicated above.
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Interface operation:
Scrolling menus:
Repeat:
Touching the [Repeat] key on the screen while an
iPod is playing will alternate the repeat play pattern
as follows:
(Normal) ! Repeat Song ! (Normal)
Seek/Track buttons:
Push the
or
button to skip backward or
forward one track.
Push and hold the
or
button for 1.5 sec-
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onds while a track is playing to reverse or fast for-
ward the track being played. The track plays at an
increased speed while reversing or fast forwarding.
The interface for iPod operation shown on the vehi-
While navigating long lists of artists, albums or
When the button is released, the track returns to
cle’s audio system display screen is similar to the
songs in the music menu, it is possible to scroll the
normal play speed.
iPod interface. Use the touch screen, BACK button
list by the first character in the name. To activate
or the <ENTER>/Scroll dial to navigate the menus
character indexing, touch the [A-Z] key in the upper
Bluetooth® audio player operation
on the screen.
right corner of the screen. Turn the <ENTER>/Scroll
If you have a compatible Bluetooth® audio device
dial to choose the number or letter to jump to in the
When the iPod is playing, touch the [Menu] key to
that is capable of playing audio files, the device can
list and then push the <ENTER>/Scroll dial.
bring up the iPod interface.
be connected to the vehicle’s audio system so that
If no character is selected after thirty seconds, the
the audio files on the device play through the vehi-
Depending on the iPod model, the following items
display returns to normal.
cle’s speakers
may be available on the menu list screen. For fur-
ther information about each item, see the iPod
Random and repeat play mode:
Bluetooth® trademark:
While the iPod is playing, the play pattern can be
Bluetooth® is a trademark
Playlists
altered so that songs are repeated or played ran-
owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
domly.
and licensed to Robert Bosch
Artists
m
GmbH.
Mix:
Albums
Touching the [Mix] key on the screen while an iPod
Genres
is playing will alternate the random play pattern as
Songs
follows:
Composers
(Normal) ! Shuffle Songs ! (Normal)
Audiobooks
Podcasts
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TOUCHSCREEN NAVIGATION
(where fitted)
Connecting Bluetooth® audio:
AUX device player operation
The AUX input jack is located on the lower part of
the instrument panel. See “AUX (Auxiliary) input jack”
earlier in this section. The AUX audio input jack ac-
cepts any standard analog audio input such as from
a portable cassette tape/CD player, MP3 player or
laptop computer.
RENAULT strongly recommends using a stereo mini
plug cable when connecting your music device to
the audio system. Music may not play properly when
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a monaural cable is used.
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Example
button:
For details, see the separately provided
Touch-
To connect your Bluetooth® audio device to the ve-
To switch to the AUX mode, push the AUX button
hicle, follow the procedure below:
until the AUX mode is selected while the ignition
1. Push the <SETUP> button.
switch is placed in the ON or ACC position.
2. Select the [Telephone & Bluetooth] key.
3. Select the [Pair New Device] key.
4. The system acknowledges the command and
asks you to initiate connecting from the phone
handset. The connecting procedure of the mo-
bile phone varies according to each mobile
phone model. See the Bluetooth® device Own-
er’s Manual for details.
Bluetooth® audio player main operation:
To switch to the Bluetooth® audio mode, push the
AUX button repeatedly until the Bluetooth® audio
mode is displayed on the screen.
The controls for the Bluetooth® audio are displayed
on the screen.
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