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Operation Manual
DVD Map - USA / Canada
CNDV-50MT
CNDV-50MTP
AVIC-880DVD, AVIC-88DVD, AVIC-80DVD,
AVIC-90DVD, AVIC-9DVD
ENGLISH
READ ME FIRST!
To Users Updating the Application Program
You need an AV Head Unit or Display with touch panel capabil-
ity to use this software.
Make sure to use a display suitable for this system.
Please read the cautions on the next page before using the CNDV-50MT [CNDV-
50MTP] disc as there is a possible risk that the stored user-registered data may lost
upon completion of the update. Please be aware that the manufacturer cannot take any
responsibility for lost data in the event the data is lost.
Upgrading to the newer version page 57
Notice to all users:
This software requires that the navigation unit be properly connected to your vehicle’s
parking brake. If not properly connected and depending on your vehicle, additional instal-
lation may be required. For more information, please contact your Authorized Pioneer
Electronics retailer or call us at (800)421-1404.
This operation manual can be used with the following models:
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Summary of Contents

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Operation ManualDVD Map - USA / CanadaCNDV-50MTCNDV-50MTPAVIC-880DVD, AVIC-88DVD, AVIC-80DVD,AVIC-90DVD, AVIC-9DVDENGLISHREAD ME FIRST!To Users Updat

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8 Table of Contents Introduction License Agreement 1 PIONEER CNDV-50MT [CNDV-50MTP] - for U.S.A. 1 PIONEER CNDV-50MT [CNDV-50MTP] - for Canada

Page 3 - Introduction

9Checking the connections of leads and installa-tion positions 47Chapter 4Customizing Your Navigation Sys-temModifying the Default Settings 49Items

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10Important Safety InformationBefore using your Navigation System, be sure to read and fully understand the following safety information:❒ Read the en

Page 5 - 50MTP] - for Canada

11Notes Before Using the System and Additional Safety Informa-tion Available modelsThis software can be used with the following models:AVIC-9DVD, AVIC

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12To watch a DVD or TV, park your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake.Color difference of the map display between day and nightThe exa

Page 7 - Tele Atlas Data

13Manual OverviewThis manual provides the important information you need to make full use of your new Navigation Sys-tem. The beginning sections outli

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14TerminologyBefore moving on, take a few minutes to read the following information about the conventions used in this manual. Familiarity with these

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15Map Discs for Navigation Sys-temConfiguration of data recorded on discsThe map for this navigation system is supplied on two discs: one for the west

Page 11 - Chapter 5

17Chapter 1 Basic OperationChapter 1Basic OperationFlow from Startup to Termina-tion• If the program is not installed, see page 57 and install the pro

Page 12 - Important Safety Information

The screen shown in the example may differ from the actual screen.The actual screen may be changed without notice for performance and functionimprovem

Page 13 - Parking brake interlock

18Chapter 1Basic OperationBasic NavigationThe most frequently used function is the Address Search, in which the address is specified and the destinati

Page 14 - Night display

19Chapter 1 Basic Operation1 Press the NAVI MENU button to display the main menu.2 Touch “Address Search”.Selects the method for searching the destina

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20Chapter 1Basic Operation“0-9” :You can input text with numbers.“Back” :Returns you to previous screen.❒ For example, for “Early California Ct”, you

Page 16 - Terminology

21Chapter 1 Basic Operation❒ If the selected street is very long and passes through several cities or areas, the screen for entering the name of the c

Page 17 - Map Discs for Navigation Sys

22Chapter 1Basic Operation1 With the map displayed, press the NAVI MENU button.2 To change to the menu you want to use, touch the name of the menu dis

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23Chapter 1 Basic Operation :DestinationDisplayed when the map is scrolled. Set the route to the place specified with the cross pointer.➲ Searching th

Page 19 - Basic Operation

24Chapter 1Basic OperationHow to view the map of the cur-rent location• In Driver’s View, a small gauge with no scale is depicted, but is not intended

Page 20 - Basic Navigation

25Chapter 1 Basic OperationCity MapIn certain metropolitan city areas, a more detailed “City Map” is available at the 0.05 mi (50 m) map scale or lowe

Page 21 - Chapter 1 Basic Operation

26Chapter 1Basic Operation❒ The icon of a registered location is indicated when the map scale is 10 miles (20 km) or lower. ❒ POI icon is indicated wh

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27Chapter 1 Basic OperationFinding a destination on the mapIf you search the location you want to visit by scrolling the map, and touch in the Short

Page 23 - Main menu

1 Introduction License Agreement PIONEER CNDV-50MT [CNDV-50MTP] - for U.S.A. THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU, AS THE END USER, AND PIONEER ELEC

Page 24 - Shortcut menu

28Chapter 1Basic Operation

Page 25 - How to Use the Map

29Chapter 2 Setting a Route to Your DestinationChapter 2Setting a Route to Your Destination• For safety reasons, these route-setting functions are not

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30Chapter 2Setting a Route to Your Destination5 Touch the subcategory.6 Input the name of the POI.If the list does not automatically appear when the n

Page 27 - Changing the scale of the map

31Chapter 2 Setting a Route to Your Destination➲ Finding a POI in your surroundings ➞ Page 30❒ The distance indicated in the list of the search result

Page 28 - 3 Touch “Back”

32Chapter 2Setting a Route to Your DestinationSelecting Destination from the Destination History and Address BookAny place that has been searched befo

Page 29 - 4 Touch

33Chapter 2 Setting a Route to Your DestinationAvoid FerryThis setting controls whether or not ferry cross-ings should be taken into account.On :Calcu

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34Chapter 2Setting a Route to Your Destination4 Touch “Information” to check the infor-mation on the selected route.You can also check details of the

Page 31 - 4 Touch the desired category

35Chapter 2 Setting a Route to Your Destination3 Touch “Route Profile”.4 Check the contents on the display.As necessary, scroll the list.5 Touch “Back

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36Chapter 2Setting a Route to Your DestinationCanceling the Route GuidanceIf you no longer need to travel to your destination or if you want to change

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37Chapter 2 Setting a Route to Your DestinationSkipping a way pointIf the points are set, the next way point along the route can be skipped.1 Touch th

Page 34 - 2 Touch “Number of Routes”

2 3. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY IN NO EVENT SHALL PIONEER BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES, CLAIM OR LOSS INCURRED BY YOU (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, COM-P

Page 35 - Designate Areas to Avoid

38Chapter 2Setting a Route to Your DestinationUsing POI shortcutsSelecting POI shortcutsYou can select up to six shortcuts to your favorite category f

Page 36 - Checking the Set Route

39Chapter 3 Editing the Navigation UtilitiesChapter 3Editing the Navigation Utilities• For safety reasons, these functions are not available while you

Page 37 - Destination

40Chapter 3Editing the Navigation UtilitiesRegistering a previous location in the Address BookOnce a destination or way point is searched, it is autom

Page 38 - 2 Touch “Way Point”

41Chapter 3 Editing the Navigation Utilities1. NameThe name can be used as a command for voice operation.2. Name (2nd line)The name of the city appear

Page 39 - Skipping a way point

42Chapter 3Editing the Navigation UtilitiesDeleting Address Book or Desti-nation History InformationItems registered in the Address Book or Desti-nati

Page 40 - Using POI shortcuts

43Chapter 3 Editing the Navigation UtilitiesSetting Areas to AvoidIf you register Areas to Avoid, such as crowded intersections or congested areas, ro

Page 41 - Chapter 3

44Chapter 3Editing the Navigation UtilitiesUsing a PC CardYou can store the following information on a PC Card (sold separately):• Locations registere

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45Chapter 3 Editing the Navigation UtilitiesLoading registered locations data from a PC cardAddress Book data stored on a PC card can be loaded to the

Page 43 - Selecting sound

46Chapter 3Editing the Navigation Utilities❒ Progressive format JPEG pictures cannot be used.1 Insert a PC card into the PC card slot.2 Touch “Setting

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47Chapter 3 Editing the Navigation UtilitiesChecking the Navigation StatusThe navigation status, including the driving sta-tus of a vehicle, positioni

Page 45 - Registering an Area to Avoid

3 PIONEER CNDV-50MT [CNDV-50MTP] - for Canada THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU, AS THE END USER, AND PIONEER ELECTRON-ICS OF CANADA, INC. (“PION

Page 46 - Initializing a PC card

48Chapter 3Editing the Navigation Utilitieswill be displayed. When the angle of the navigation unit has been changed, “Exces-sive vibration” will be d

Page 47 - Changing Background Picture

49Chapter 4 Customizing Your Navigation SystemChapter 4Customizing Your Navigation System• For safety reasons, these functions are not available while

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50Chapter 4Customizing Your Navigation System• Major Ordinary Road• When the “KM/Mile Setting” is set to “Mile” or “Mile & Yard”, it can be set in

Page 49 - Checking the connections of

51Chapter 4 Customizing Your Navigation SystemBackground Picture Setting➲ The background picture can be changed ➞ Page 45Language Selection➲ The langu

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52Chapter 4Customizing Your Navigation SystemVoice Recog.HelpThis setting controls the list of available voice commands displayed during voice operati

Page 51 - 3 Touch “KM/Mile Setting”

53Chapter 5 Operating Your Navigation System with VoiceChapter 5Operating Your Navigation System with VoiceBasics of Voice OperationTo Ensure Safe Dri

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54Chapter 5Operating Your Navigation System with Voice➲ When you are used to voice operation fea-tures and no longer need Voice Help, you can turn it

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55Chapter 5 Operating Your Navigation System with VoiceOperating the route being guidedRerouting, XX mi/km detour, Cancel Route, Can-cel Way Point, Ro

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56Chapter 5Operating Your Navigation System with Voice4 Say “GAS Station”.Displays the name of a major gas station group.5 Say “All Categories”.The ma

Page 55 - Flow of voice operation

57AppendixAppendixInstalling the ProgramThe program is installed to the Navigation Sys-tem using the application disc.This is not necessary if your de

Page 56 - Available voice commands

4 3. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY IN NO EVENT SHALL PIONEER BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES, CLAIM OR LOSS INCURRED BY YOU (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, COM-P

Page 57 - 3 Say “POI in Vicinity”

58AppendixWhen the installation is complete, the open-ing display appears.6 Press the NAVI/AV button to change the navigation screen.Some time is need

Page 58 - 5 Say “All Categories”

59AppendixAbout AV Head Units /Displays to be ConnectedYou need an AV head Unit or Display with a touch panel feature to use this software. If a displ

Page 59 - Appendix

60AppendixCharacteristics of the Naviga-tion System when combined with Pioneer AV Head Unit or AV System DisplayWhen the navigation system is combined

Page 60 - AV Equipment

61Appendixthe built-in DVD player to play a DVD-Video or CD when using the NAVI Source, the operation but-tons are displayed on the screen and a few l

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62AppendixSimple hybrid modeWhen the speed pulse is not detected, position-ing is performed in this mode. Only horizontal movement is detected, so it

Page 62 - System Display

63Appendixcase, it is impossible for the system to use GPS positioning.• If a vehicle phone or cellular phone is used near the GPS antenna, GPS recept

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64Appendix• If you take a recently opened road that is not on the map.• If you drive in zig-zags.• If the road has connected hairpin bends.• If there

Page 64 - Handling Large Errors

65Appendix• If you put on chains, or change your tires for some of a different size.• If trees or other obstacles block the GPS sig-nals for a conside

Page 65 - Noticeable Positioning Errors

66AppendixGuidance• When your vehicle approaches an unrecorded area, you will be notified three times: when the distance to the unrecorded area is 12

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67AppendixTroubleshootingIf you have problems operating your Navigation System, refer to this section. The most common prob-lems are listed below, alo

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5 Terms and Conditions for the Tele Atlas Data THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT (THE “AGREE-MENT”) BETWEEN YOU, THE END USER, AND TELE ATLAS NORTH AMERICA,

Page 68 - Other function limitations

68AppendixSetting of the Installation direction lever is wrong.Check the installation position of the navigation unit of your Navigation System and th

Page 69 - Troubleshooting

69AppendixMessages and how to react to themThe following messages may be displayed by your Navigation System.❒ There are occasions when you may see er

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70AppendixRoute calculation was not possible. Route calculation has failed because of malfunction of map data, software, hardware, or disc.• Change th

Page 71 - ➞ “Installation Manual”)

71AppendixThis area does not contain any POI’s of the selected type.POI Search cannot be performed because the searched location is in areas not store

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72AppendixIf a message about the PC card is displayed• If there is no more space on the PC card or 300 items of data are already stored in one group,

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73AppendixRoute Setting InformationRoute search specificationsYour Navigation System sets a route to your desti-nation by applying certain built-in ru

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74Appendix• In some cases, guidance may direct you past your destination and then indicate a U-turn to get back to it.• In some cases, a route may beg

Page 75 - Route search specifications

75AppendixTypes of the Road Stored in the DiscThere are three types of roads in the map of this disc.Roads included in the Route Guidance and roads no

Page 76 - Tracking

76AppendixPC cardCard-type peripheral equipment mainly used for per-sonal computers. The Navigation System can use a memory card to store data.Point o

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77AppendixDisplay InformationMain menuP. 18DestinationAddress SearchP. 31, 39Return HomeP. 31, 39Go toP. 29POI SearchP. 30Vicinity SearchP. 32, 40Addr

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6 harmless from and against any liability, loss, injury (including injuries resulting in death), demand, action, cost, expense, or claim of any kind

Page 79 - Display Information

78AppendixP. 39Return HomeP. 39Go toP. 49Average SpeedP. 50Modify Current LocationP. 50Hardware VolumeP. 50Demo ModeP. 50Day/Night DisplayMap DisplayP

Page 80 - Settings

79AppendixShortcut menuP. 27:Destination:Chg.RouteP. 40:RegistrationP. 30:Vicinity SearchP. 37:Overlay POIShortcut menuP. 35RerouteP. 36Cancel RouteP.

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