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Toyota TNS410 Navigation system Owners manual

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The Toyota TNS410 navigation system is designed to select efficient routes from your present starting location to your destination. The system is also designed to direct you to a destination that is unfamiliar to you in an efficient manner. Map database is made based on TomTom maps, whose information source comes from Tele Atlas maps. The calculated routes may not be the shortest nor the least traffic congested. Your own personal local knowledge or “short cut” may at times be faster than the calculated routes.

The TNS410 system will provide both a visual map and audio instructions. The audio instructions will announce the distance remaining and the direction to turn in, approaching an intersection. These voice instructions will help you keep your eyes on the road and are timed to provide enough time to allow you to maneuver, change lanes or slow down.

The Navigation System is one of the most technologically advanced vehicle accessories ever developed. The system receives satellite signals from the Global Positioning System (GPS) operated by the U.S. Department of Defense. Using these signals and other vehicle sensors, the system indicates your present position and assists in locating a desired destination.

This navigation system calculates the current vehicle position using satellite signals, various vehicle signals, map data, etc. However, the accurate position may not be shown depending on the satellite condition, road configuration, vehicle condition or other circumstances.

Table of Contents
Before Use
1. Introduction ............7
2. Safety Instruction...9
3. Warnings...............10
Limitations of the navigation system ............... 10
4. Safety precautions..................................11
Before Use
1. Before use ............13
Discs ............................... 15
Operation
1. About This Receiver ...............................18
Control Names and Operations ....................... 18
Panel Switches ............ 18
Turning the POWER ON or OFF ...................... 19
Switching Between the Audio and Navigation Screen..................... 19
Turning the PND Display ON and OFF............ 20
Detaching the PND......... 20
Using the PND ............. 20
How to Detach the PND from the Main Unit ... 20
Attaching the PND ....... 20
Using the Audio Cover .. 21
Using the Audio Cover. 21
Fitting the Audio Cover 21
How to Detach the Audio Cover from the Main Unit .......................... 21
Hands-Free Microphone and Light Sensor..... 21
Adjusting the Display Angle ............................ 22
Loading/Unloading a Disc................................ 22
Loading Steps.............. 23
CD/DVD unloading steps ................................ 24
Operation Conditions of this Receiver ........... 25
2. Setup of This Receiver ...........................26
Setup of This Receiver .. 262 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Main Unit Settings.......... 26
Enable guide tone........ 26
Enable AUX ................. 26
Enable VTR.................. 27
Dim sub-display ........... 27
Link night view to headlights ........................... 27
Illumination................... 28
Voice guidance ............ 28
Camera setting............. 28
Screen Adjustment and Setting....................... 28
Picture Quality Adjustment.............................. 29
Contrast ....................... 29
Brightness.................... 29
Color ............................ 29
Switching the Wide Screen Mode.................... 30
3. Switching the Audio Source ..................31
Switching the audio source ............................. 31
4. Volume Control ....32
Adjusting the volume .... 32
Muting the Volume......... 32
5. Adjusting the sound quality...................33
Switching Audio Control Modes...................... 33
Adjusting the BASS...... 33
Adjusting the MIDDLE.. 33
Adjusting the TREBLE . 33
Balancing the Right and Left Speakers (BALANCE) ......................... 33
Balancing the Front and Rear Speakers (FADER) ............................ 33
Setting the loudness mode (LOUDNESS) ...... 34
Adjusting the SVC (Source Volume Control) .. 34
Audio operations
1. Using the Radio....35
Listening to the Radio ... 35
Tune a Desired Station. . 35
Manual Tuning ............. 35
Auto Tuning.................. 35
Selecting a Preset Channel ............................ 36TABLE OF CONTENTS 3
Touching a Preset Switch ............................... 36
Selecting a Radio Band . 36
Saving a Station in Memory ............................. 36
Manual Saving ............. 36
Auto Station Memory (ASM) ........................... 37
Preset Scan .................... 37
Displaying the information............................... 37
2. Operating RDS (Radio Data system).....38
Setting AF (Alternative Frequency)/REG (Regional)......................... 38
Setting TP (Traffic Program)/TA (Traffic Announcement) to receive
traffic information .......... 38
Receiving traffic information ........................... 39
Receiving traffic information when TP is set to ON............................ 39
Receiving traffic information when both TP and TA are set to ON .... 39
EON (Enhanced Other Network) system ........ 39
Reception of emergency broadcasts.............. 39
Volume control for traffic guidance ................ 40
Setting PTY (Program Type) ............................ 40
3. Using the CD Player................................41
Listening To a CD .......... 41
Selecting a Desired Track ................................ 41
Fast Forward/Rewind..... 42
Finding a Desired Title .. 42
Repeating the Same Track ............................... 42
Random Play .................. 43
Displaying the song information on the sub-display ....................... 43
4. Using the MP3/WMA Player....................44
Playing an MP3/WMA File ................................ 44
Selecting a Desired Folder............................... 45
Selecting a Desired Music File ........................ 45
Fast Forward/Rewind..... 45
Returning To the Root Directly........................ 45
Finding a Desired Music File ........................... 46
Repeating a Music File .. 46
Random Play .................. 47
Displaying the information on the sub-display................................. 474 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Switching among CD-DA and MP3/WMA........ 47
MP3/WMA........................ 48
Playable MP3 File Standards.......................... 48
Playable WMA File Standards ........................ 48
ID3/WMA Tags............. 49
Supported Media Types.................................. 49
Format of Discs............ 49
File Names................... 50
Multi-sessions .............. 50
Playing MP3/WMA ....... 51
MP3/WMA Playing Time Display .................... 51
Creating and Playing MP3/WMA Files............. 51
Downloading From an MP3/WMA Music Site of Internet................... 51
Converting a Music CD into MP3/WMA Files . 51
Writing files on a CD-R/RW ............................ 52
Playing a CD-R/RW having MP3/WMA files ... 52
5. Using the USB Music File Player...........53
Playing USB Music Files .................................. 53
Fast Forward/Rewind..... 53
Selecting a Desired Music File ........................ 54
Finding a Desired Music File ........................... 54
Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File........ 55
Random Play of Music Files ............................ 55
About USB devices........ 55
Playable USB Memory Standards .................. 55
Playable MP3 File Standards.......................... 55
ID3 Tags ...................... 55
Format of USB Memory .................................. 56
Visual operations
1. Before Using the DVD Player.................57
Advantages of Digital Versatile Disc (DVD).... 57
Multi-Audio Function .... 57
Multi-Angle Function .... 57
Subtitle Display Function ................................ 57
Discs ............................... 58
Types of Playable Discs.................................. 58TABLE OF CONTENTS 5
Region Code of Playable Disc ........................ 58
Mark Indicated on Disc 59
Disc Configuration........ 59
Products equipped with Macrovision ............. 60
Operation Flow............... 60
2. Using the DVD Player .............................61
Watching a DVD Video .. 61
Video Operations ........... 61
Playing a Video............ 62
Fast Forward/Rewind... 62
Pausing a Video........... 62
Stopping a Video.......... 63
Disc Menu Operations ... 63
Finding a Desired Video 63
Finding by Chapter....... 63
Finding by Title Number.................................. 63
Finding by chapter number ............................. 64
Changing the Touch Switch Display............... 64
Hiding the Touch Switch ................................. 64
Relocating the Touch Switch Display.............. 65
Changing the Screen Display and Audio Mode ................................ 65
Changing the Angle ..... 65
Changing the Subtitle Language..................... 66
Changing the Audio Language ....................... 66
DVD Player Setting ........ 67
Specifying the Audio Language ...................... 67
Specifying the Subtitle Language ................... 68
Specifying the Menu Language ...................... 69
Specifying the Parental Screening Level ........ 69
Switching the Video Output............................. 70
Language Code List....... 72
3. Using the VTR (optional) ........................73
Switching the VTR Mode ON and OFF ............ 73
Playing the VTR.............. 74
Changing the VTR Setting Screen................... 74
Turning Off the VTR....... 746 TABLE OF CONTENTS
How to operate portable audio devices
1. Using the iPod Player (optional)............75
Listening to the iPod ..... 75
Fast Forward/Rewind..... 76
Selecting the Desired Music or Video File...... 76
Finding a Desired Music File ........................... 76
Setting to the iPod Video Mode ....................... 77
Playing ............................ 78
Pausing ........................... 78
Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File........ 78
Random Play of Music Files ............................ 78
2. Using the AUX ......79
Switching the AUX Mode ON and OFF............ 79
Listening to the Portable Audio Player........... 80
Others
1. About the Steering Wheel Switches......81
Steering Wheel Switches Central .................... 81
2. Rear View Camera Operations (optional) ................................83
Playing a Video through the Rear View Camera ............................... 84
When the Camera Is Set to MANUAL or AUTO ................................ 84
When the Camera Is Set to AUTO.................. 84
Reference
1. Troubleshoot ........85
When You Think There Is a Malfunction......... 85
2. Diagnostics...........87
If the Following Messages Appear .................. 87
3. Specifications.......89
4. PND Charging Information.....................91





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