REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


  1. OUTLINE


    • As a unique feature of the Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) system, the rear seat occupants can enjoy different audio and visual modes at the same time.

    • The rear seat occupants can control the audio and visual modes with the television switch and volume assembly, and listen to audio by using wired or wireless headphones.

    • The multi-display controller sub-assembly receives image and sound signals from the multi-media module receiver assembly and distributes the signals to each television display assembly.

    • A television display assembly is installed on the back of each front seat.

    • The rear seat occupants can enjoy watching video by connecting an external device.

    • MOST communication is used between the multi-media module receiver assembly and the multi-display controller sub-assembly. AVC-LAN communication is used between the multi-display controller sub-assembly and television display assembly.

    • Occupants in the front seats, rear left seat and rear right seat can enjoy different content at the same time. However, this is possible for the rear left and rear right seats only when a VIDEO is selected for either the left or right seat and another source is selected for the other seat.

  2. FUNCTION OF MAIN COMPONENT

    Component Function
    Television Display Assembly
    • Displays DVD and video images in accordance with video signals from the multi-display controller sub-assembly.

    • Receives signals from the television switch and volume assembly and outputs them to the multi-display controller sub-assembly.

    • Outputs audio signals to the wireless headphones in the form of infrared signals.

    • Displays the audio and visual control screen.

    • Displays the adjustment screen.

    • Displays the diagnosis screen. The diagnosis screen appears when diagnosis mode is started on the multi-display assembly.

    • Even if the power switch is turned from on (ACC) to off to on (ACC), display condition continues (image adjustments maintained, sources continue playing on the left and right sides).

    Multi-display Controller Sub-assembly
    • Processes video and audio signals from the video (video adapter) terminal and DVD image and audio signals from the multi-media module receiver assembly, and outputs them to the television display assembly and headphone terminals.

    • Controls the distribution of the audio and visual content to the rear left and rear right.

    • Outputs audio signals for the video to the front seats.

    Television Switch and Volume Assembly Outputs various control signals of the RSE system to the television display assembly in the form of infrared signals.
    Wireless Headphone
    • Receives audio signals from the television display assembly in the form of infrared signals.

    • Volume adjustment of the wireless headphone can be done by using the volume adjuster on the wireless headphone.

    Headphone Terminal
    • Outputs audio signals to the wired headphones that are connected.

    • Adjusts the volume of the wired headphones in accordance with volume control.

    Video (Video Adapter) Terminal This terminal is for connecting the video player's video and audio output terminals.
    Multi-media Module Receiver Assembly Sends video signals to the multi-display controller sub-assembly.
  3. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

    Tech Tips

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  4. DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION


    1. When the navigation system changes to the diagnosis screen, the television display assembly shows the "REAR Check" screen.