AUDIO AND VISUAL SYSTEM


  1. FUNCTION


    1. Bluetooth Audio System


      1. The functions of the Bluetooth audio system that can be used vary with the version of the Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) supported by the Bluetooth audio player that is being used.

      2. The available Bluetooth audio system functions differ in accordance with each Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) as follows:

        Function Outline Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
        Version 1.0 Version 1.3 Version 1.4 or higher
        Play Starts playing the music.
        Stop Stops playing the music.
        Pause Pauses the music.
        Track Up/Down Changes the track.
        Fast Up/Down Fast-forwards or reverses.
        Album Up/Down Changes the album. -
        Repeat (Single Repeat) Repeats the selected music. -
        Random (All Track Random) Plays all the music in the portable audio device at random. -
        Scan (All Track Scan) Scans all the music in the portable audio device. -
        Music Information Shows track number, playtime, track name, artist name and album name. -
        Remaining Battery Level Shows the remaining battery level of the Bluetooth audio player. -
        Music List Shows the music list. - -

        Tech Tips


        • ○: Applicable

        • -: Not applicable

      3. The functions of the Bluetooth audio system are shown in the following table:

        Function Outline
        Set Bluetooth Audio Player Registering a Bluetooth Audio Player In order to use the Bluetooth audio system with a Bluetooth audio player, it is necessary to register it in the audio head unit. Once a Bluetooth audio player is registered, the Bluetooth audio system connects automatically. The user can register up to 2*1 or 5*2, *3 Bluetooth audio players.
        Deleting a Bluetooth Audio Player The user can delete a Bluetooth audio player.
        Connecting a Bluetooth Audio Player Enables the user to select whether to connect to the Bluetooth audio player automatically or manually. If the Bluetooth audio player has been registered and automatic connection is enabled, the Bluetooth audio player will be connected automatically.
        Change Settings of Bluetooth Audio Selecting a Bluetooth Audio Player If the user has registered a second Bluetooth audio player, either one can be selected for connection.
        Displaying a Bluetooth Audio Player*2 The user can view the information of the Bluetooth audio player on the system.
        Changing the Connection Method*2 Enables the user to select the connection method. With this function, the user determines whether to make a connection from the audio head unit to the Bluetooth audio player or from the Bluetooth audio player to the audio head unit.
        Displaying the Bluetooth Audio Setting The user can see the Bluetooth audio information settings on the system.
        Changing the Device Name or Passcode The user can change a device name or a passcode.
        Initializing the Bluetooth Audio Settings The user can initialize the settings.

        • *1: Models with 8-speaker sound system

        • *2: Models with 8-speaker surround sound system or HDD navigation system

        • *3: The maximum number of Bluetooth devices that can be registered (including Bluetooth phones and Bluetooth audio players).

    2. Bluetooth Hands-free System


      1. Bluetooth is a short-distance, high-speed wireless data communication system that uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band prescribed by the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group).

      2. This system enables drivers to place or receive phone calls without operating a cellular phone.

      3. The Bluetooth hands-free system is included in the audio head unit.

      4. The major hands-free functions are shown in the following table:

        Function Audio System
        8-speaker Sound System 8-speaker surround sound system or HDD Navigation System
        Calling with Bluetooth Phone By Dialing
        By Phonebook

        (20 Items)*1

        (1000 Items)*2

        By Call History*3 Dialed Number

        (5 Items)

        (10 Items)

        Received Call

        (5 Items)

        (10 Items)

        Missed Call -

        (10 Items)

        All Call History -
        By Speed Dial*3

        (5 Items)

        (18 Items)

        By Voice Recognition*3 Dialing by Name - ○*5
        Dialing by Phone Number - -
        Dialing by Voice Tag ○*4 ○*6
        By Point Of Interest (POI) Call - ○*7
        By Short Message Service (SMS)/Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)/email - ○*8
        Receive with Bluetooth Phone/Talk on Bluetooth Phone Receiving Call*3 Received Manually
        Refused
        Interrupt Call*3
        Tone Sending By Dial -
        By Registered Number
        Receive and Reply Message with Bluetooth Phone Receive Message - ○*8
        Replying (Quick Reply) - ○*8
        Recognition/Connection Registering Bluetooth Phone

        (6 Bluetooth Phones)

        (5 Bluetooth Phones)

        Connecting Bluetooth Phone Connected Automatically
        Connected Manually
        Setting Setting Automatic Connection -

        Tech Tips


        • ○: Operates

        • -: Not applicable


        • *1: A total of 20 items can be registered regardless of the number of the Bluetooth phones registered.

        • *2: It is possible to have up to 1000 items per telephone (Bluetooth phone).

        • *3: Can be performed while driving.

        • *4: Models for Europe (destination package for Russia) and destination package for Australia

        • *5: Models for Europe (destination package for Russia) and China and destination package for Australia and South Africa

        • *6: Destination package for Taiwan and Southeast Asia

        • *7: Models with HDD Navigation system

        • *8: Models for Europe (destination package for Russia)

      5. The hands-free functions of the 8-speaker sound system are shown in the following table. However, for safety, some functions may not be selectable when the vehicle is being driven.

        Function Outline
        Calling with a Bluetooth Phone By Phonebook The user can call by using the phonebook data that has been transferred from the user cellular phone. The user can register up to 20 numbers in the phonebook.
        By Call History*1 Dialed Number The user can call by selecting a previously dialed number. The system remembers up to 5 dialed numbers. If more than 5 numbers have been dialed, the oldest number will no longer be remembered.
        Received Call The user can call by selecting the telephone number of a received call. When a call is received, the system will remember the last 5 numbers. If more than 10 calls have been received, the oldest number will no longer be remembered.
        By Speed Dial*1 The user can call using a registered phone number by pressing the function buttons (1 to 6) of the radio receiver assembly.
        By Voice Recognition (Dialing by Voice Tag)*1, *2 The user can call by giving a voice tag registered.
        Receiving a Call using a Bluetooth Phone*1 When a call is received, the phone number or registered caller name is displayed on the radio receiver assembly with the sound.
        Talking on a Bluetooth Phone*1 While the user is talking on the phone, the phone number or registered caller name is displayed on the radio receiver assembly.
        Changing Bluetooth Phone Settings Volume Settings The user can set the volume.
        Automatic volume settings for high speed: When vehicle speed is 80 km/h (50 mph) or more, the volume automatically increases.
        Phonebook Settings Transferring a telephone number: The user can transfer telephone numbers from the Bluetooth phone to the system.

        Registering the phonebook data: Up to 20 data can be registered in the phonebook. The user can register phone numbers using the following methods:


        • Using dialed numbers and received calls.

        • Inputting phone numbers using the menu control buttons of the radio receiver assembly.

        Deleting speed dial: The user can delete the speed dials registered to the function buttons (1 to 6) of the radio receiver assembly.
        Setting a Bluetooth Phone Bluetooth Phone Registration In order to use hands-free function of a Bluetooth phone, it is necessary to register it in the radio receiver assembly. Once a phone is registered, the hands-free function connects automatically. The user can register up to 6 Bluetooth phones.
        Bluetooth Phone Selection When 2 or more registered Bluetooth phones are in the cabin, it is necessary to select which phone to use to prevent the lines from being crossed. Only the selected phone is available for use as a hands-free phone. The phone registered last is automatically selected.
        Bluetooth Information Confirmation The user can check the information of the Bluetooth phone on the radio receiver assembly.
        Changing the Passkey The user can change the pass key on the radio receiver assembly.
        Deleting a Bluetooth Phone The user can delete a registered Bluetooth phone.

        • *1: Can be operated while driving.

        • *2: Models for Europe (destination package for Russia) and destination package for Australia

      6. The hands-free functions of the 8-speaker surround sound system or HDD navigation system are shown in the following table. However, for safety, some functions may not be selectable when the vehicle is being driven.

        Function Outline
        Calling with a Bluetooth Phone By Dialing The user can call by inputting a telephone number.
        By Phonebook The user can call by using the phonebook data that has been transferred from the user's cellular phone. The user can register up to 1000 numbers in the phonebook.
        By Call History*1 Dialed Number The user can call by selecting a previously dialed number. The system remembers up to 10 dialed numbers. If more than 10 numbers have been dialed, the oldest number will no longer be remembered.
        Received Call The user can call by selecting the telephone number of a received call. When a call is received, the system will remember the last 10 numbers. If more than 10 calls have been received, the oldest number will no longer be remembered.
        Missed Call The user can call by selecting the telephone number of a missed call. The system remembers up to 10 missed call numbers. If more than 10 calls have been missed, the oldest number will no longer be remembered.
        All Call History The user can call by selecting a telephone number from all call history.
        By Speed Dial*1 The user can call by using registered telephone numbers selected from the phonebook, dialed numbers or received calls.
        By Voice Recognition (Dialing by Name)*1, *2 The user can call by giving a name registered in the phonebook.
        By Voice Recognition (Dialing by Phone Number)*1, *3 The user can call by giving a desired number.
        By Voice Recognition (Dialing by Voice Tag)*1, *4 The user can call by giving a voice tag registered.
        By Point of Interest (POI)*5 The user can call by operating a switch when "Call" is displayed on the navigation screen.
        Receiving a Call using a Bluetooth Phone*1 When a call is received, the receive screen is displayed with a sound.
        Talking on a Bluetooth Phone*1 While the user is talking on the phone, the talking screen is displayed.
        Changing Bluetooth Phone Settings Speed Dial Registration The user can register a desired telephone number from the phonebook, dialed numbers or received calls. Up to 18 speed dial numbers can be registered.
        Volume Settings The user can set the volume.
        Automatic volume settings for high speed: When vehicle speed is 80 km/h (50 mph) or more, the volume automatically increases.
        Phonebook Settings Transferring a telephone number: The user can transfer telephone numbers from the Bluetooth phone to the system. Up to 1000 data items (up to 3 numbers per entry) can be registered in the phonebook.
        Automatically transferring a telephone number: When a PBAP compatible phone is connected, the phonebook data of the phone can be automatically transferred.
        Registering phone numbers: The user can register phone numbers in the phonebook.*6
        Registering the phonebook data: The user can register the phonebook data.*6
        Adding data to the phonebook: The user can add data to the phonebook.*6
        Editing a name: The user can edit a name that has been entered. If no name has been entered, the number is displayed.*6
        Editing a phone number: The user can register a phone number to "Telephone no.1", "Telephone no.2" or "Telephone no.3".
        Editing data: The user can edit the registered data.*6
        Deleting data: The user can delete the data.*6
        Deleting all the phone data: The user can delete all the phone data.*6
        Deleting the call history data: The user can delete the call history data individually or all at once.*6
        Screen Settings Receiving call display: The user can select the method of the receiving call display.
        The Bluetooth connection status at startup: When the power switch is turned on (ACC) or on (IG) and the Bluetooth is automatically connected, the connection check will be displayed.
        Initializing the settings: The user can initialize the settings.
        Registering and Selecting a Bluetooth Phone Bluetooth Phone Registration In order to use the hands-free function of a Bluetooth phone, it is necessary to register it in the multi-media module receiver assembly. Once a phone is registered, the hands-free function connects automatically. The user can register up to 5 Bluetooth phones.*7
        Bluetooth Phone Selection*1 When 2 or more registered Bluetooth phones are in the cabin, it is necessary to select which phone to use to prevent the lines from being crossed. Only the selected phone is available for use as a hands-free phone. The phone registered last is automatically selected.
        Bluetooth Information Confirmation and Editing The user can set, change and initialize the information of the Bluetooth phone displayed on the screen.
        Deleting a Bluetooth Phone The user can delete a registered Bluetooth phone from the multi-media module receiver assembly.
        Bluetooth Phone Message*8 Checking Message

        Transmits the messages (Short Message Service (SMS)/Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)/e-mail) received on the Bluetooth phone to the audio head unit.

        The following functions are available for the transmitted messages.


        • Display of the message text.

        • Reading out of the message.

        • Calling a Short Message Service (SMS)/Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) message sender's phone number.

        Reply Message Replies to a message (Short Message Service (SMS)/Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)/e-mail) received on the Bluetooth phone.
        Editing Reply Message Edits the reply.
        Displaying Mail List Displays the list of received messages (Short Message Service (SMS)/Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)/e-mail).

        • *1: Can be operated while driving.

        • *2: Models for Europe (destination package for Russia) and China and destination package for Australia and South Africa

        • *3: Models for Europe (destination package for Russia) and destination package for Australia and South Africa

        • *4: Destination package for Taiwan and Southeast Asia

        • *5: Models with HDD navigation system

        • *6: Excluding PBAP

        • *7: The maximum number of Bluetooth devices that can be registered (including Bluetooth phones and Bluetooth audio players).

        • *8: Models for Europe (destination package for Russia)

  2. DIAGNOSIS


    1. On models with the HDD navigation system: For details on the procedure required to enter the Service Menu screen, refer to the Repair Manual.