Be sure to read the supplied instruction manual before using the USB receiver.
- USB devices whose maximum current consumption is
mA or less.
- USB devices belonging to the USB mass storage class*.
- *"USB Mass Storage Class"
- USB devices that the PC can
recognize as an external storage without using any special driver or application
(Contact the sales agent as to whether your USB device conforms to the USB mass storage class.)
- Using an unsupported USB device can result in abnormal
playback or display of the audio file. Even if you use the USB device conforming
to the above specs, audio files
cannot be played normally depending on the type or
condition of the USB device.
- Specifications of USB devices may change by manufacturers matter, Therefore USB devices may not operate normally depending on the change made to the specifications.
- USB devices with the same model number may have different specifications depending on the sales territory.
||USB 1.1 / USB 2.0
||Full speed(Max. 12Mbps)
||Mass Storage class(MSC device)
* Unsupported formats must be converted to FAT16 or FAT32 before recording.
|Maximum number of folder layers
|Maximum number of files*
(Max. 4,096 files/folder)
|Maximum number of folders*
* The number of files/folders may be less than listed
above depending on the number of characters and the specifications of your USB
Example:When the average number of characters of
a file/folder name is 45, a maximum of 15,000 files
can be stored.
- Since the following folder names are reserved
for the internal specifications of the USB receiver, do not use them as the folder
names of the USB devices used with the USB
"mcd" , "mCd" , "mcD" , "mCD" , "Mcd" , "MCd" , "McD" ,"MCD"
|Not compatible(The files with copy protection cannot be played.)
||Not compatible *
* Some USB devices may have multiple partitions that will be invisible on Windows OS.
For the specifications of your USB device, contact
the sales agent of the USB device.
While using the USB device, virtual folders are created to
control the partition in the USB device. These folders appear in
the first level (root) directory as "#:" . "#" is an alphabet to
identify each partition. Even when the USB device does not
have partition, the "A:" folder is created, and audio files are
controlled inside this folder.
When a USB device is used, files are played in the orders which
they have been copied. In some PC environments, you can assign sequential numbers
to files by copying them on a folder
basis after entering "00" to "99" at the beginning of file names.
[About Extended Connection of the USB Device]
When connecting the USB device, usage of the CA-U1EX
(an option scheduled to be sold in May) is recommended.
* Normal playback is not guaranteed when a cable
other than the USB compatible cable is used. Connecting a cable
whose total length is
longer than 5 m can result in abnormal
- You cannot connect a USB device via a USB hub.
- When using a memory device, be sure to use a USB card
reader with a single slot. A USB card reader with multiple slots
may fail to recognize the memory device.
- When using a USB card reader, be sure to put a memory
device into the reader before connecting it to the USB receiver.
- If the USB mode is selected with no USB device connected,
it will take about 20 seconds for the receiver to detect that
no USB device is connected.
- When connecting a USB device to a 2DIN system, use
the supplied USB cable.
- Install the USB device in the place where it will not prevent
you from driving your vehicle properly.
The scope of application for compression formats that USB
devices can use are disclosed.
For Americas Market
For European Market
For Asian Market
- No USB device comes with the USB receiver. You need to purchase a commercially available USB device.
- Take backups of the audio files used with the USB receiver.
The files can be erased depending on the operating conditions
of the USB device. We shall have no compensation for any
damage arising out of erasure of the stored data.
- Audio files cannot be played depending on the USB device
type or the recording condition.
- The playable MP3/WMA/AAC file and the media format has
the following limitation. The audio file, which is not conforming
to the specification, may not play normally or the file and
folder names may not be displayed correctly.
- Do not leave the USB device in the vehicle for a long time.
It can deform or damage due to direct sunlight,
- Normal operation and power supply are not guaranteed
for some USB devices.
- The USB Device Operation Verification Results List
may contain discontinued products. Contact the sales agent
to confirm whether each product is still on the market.
- Specifications described in this document are subject to
change without notice.
- Duplication (recording), distribution, and broadcasting of
copyrighted works such as songs without the permission of the copyright owner
are prohibited by the copyright law except
for personal use.
- Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the US and
- Use of iPod and iTunes is permitted only when
uncopyrighted materials or the materials legally
allowed to be reproduced or played are reproduced or
played for personal use. Infringement of copyright is
banned by the law. Apple, iPod, and iTunes are registered
trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
in the US and other
USB Device Operation Verification Results List
- The verification result may vary depending on the individual specificity of USB device.
- This list indicates the results of verification of operation of some USB devices (not all USB devices) conforming to our specifications and functional requirements.
- The playback operation was verified using the files transferred to the USB device with Windows Explorer. (The playback status depends on the USB device status.)
*1 This verification of operation was conducted in the mass storage mode. Only the files in the areas belonging to the mass storage class can be played. For how to enable use of a file as the file belonging to the mass storage class, refer to the description of the setup procedure of each player. Some players cannot be used on the mass storage class.