AUDIO AND VISUAL SYSTEM


  1. FUNCTION OF MAIN COMPONENTS

    Component Function
    Multi-display Displays image information received from the radio receiver assembly.
    Radio Receiver Assembly
    • Plays back audio from each audio source, such as radio, CD and Bluetooth audio.

    • Sends image information such as the audio source screen and setting screen to the multi-display.

    • Sends audio signals from each audio source to the stereo component amplifier assembly.

    • Sends status information of each audio source to the combination meter assembly or headup display*1.

    Remote Touch (Remote Operation Controller Assembly)
    • Sends operation signals to the radio receiver assembly.

    • Vibrates the touchpad to provide feedback according to signals received from the radio receiver assembly.

    Radio Remote Tuning Switch Assembly Sends signals from the various audio system operation switches to the radio receiver assembly.

    Back Window Glass (Window Glass Antenna Wire)


    • AM/FM-main

    • FM-sub


    • Receives radio broadcasting signals (AM/FM).

    • Amplifies radio broadcasting signals from the radio antenna and sends them to the radio receiver assembly.

    Quarter Window Assembly (Window Glass Antenna Wire)*2


    • DAB

    Receives radio broadcasting signals (DAB).

    Quarter Window Assembly (Window Glass Antenna Wire)*3


    • DMB

    Receives digital media broadcasting signals (DMB).
    Amplifier Antenna Assembly (AM/FM-main) Amplifies radio broadcasting signals from the radio antenna and sends them to the radio receiver assembly.
    Amplifier Antenna Assembly (FM-sub)
    Digital Audio Broadcasting Antenna Base*2,*3 Amplifies DAB*2 signals or DMB*3 signals from the radio antenna and sends them to the radio receiver assembly.
    Steering Pad Switch Assembly Sends operation signals from switches such as the volume switch, mode switch, seek switch, telephone switch and voice switch, to the spiral cable with sensor sub-assembly.
    Spiral Cable with Sensor Sub-assembly Sends operation signals from the steering pad switch assembly to the radio receiver assembly.
    No. 1 Stereo Jack Adapter Assembly
    • Sends audio and/or video signals to the radio receiver assembly when an auxiliary device is connected.

    • Communicates with the radio receiver assembly via a USB communication line when a USB memory device, portable audio player (USB type) or Apple product is connected.

    Telephone Microphone Assembly*4 Recognizes speech during voice recognition system operation and sends the audio signal to the DCM.
    Combination Meter Assembly
    • Sends vehicle speed signals to the radio receiver assembly, stereo component amplifier assembly.

    • Displays information such as audio status information received from the radio receiver assembly on the multi-information display.

    • Sends operation signals to the radio receiver assembly when the audio system is operated via the multi-information display.

    Headup Display (Meter Mirror Sub-assembly)*1 Receives audio source status information from the radio receiver assembly and displays the audio source status on the headup display when the steering pad switch assembly is operated.
    DCM (Telematics Transceiver)*4
    • A part of audio signals are sent from the radio receiver assembly to the speakers via the DCM.

    • Sends microphone voice signals sent from the telephone microphone to the radio receiver assembly.

    Stereo Component Amplifier Assembly Amplifies audio signals sent from the radio receiver assembly and sends them to the speakers.
    Front No. 1 Speaker Assembly Outputs audio signals input by the stereo component amplifier assembly.
    Front No. 2 Speaker Assembly
    No. 1 Speaker with Box Assembly
    No. 2 Speaker with Box Assembly
    No. 3 Speaker with Box Assembly

    *1: Models with headup display

    *2: Models with Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) tuner

    *3: Models with Digital Media Broadcasting (DMB) tuner

    *4: Models with G-BOOK

  2. DIAGNOSIS


    1. For details on the procedure required to enter the Service Menu screen, refer to the Repair Manual.