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HD DICETM

for Toyota

Antenna connector

iPod connector AUX connector Vehicle connector

HDL 2201-1.0

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HD DICE audio source option list

The HD DICE is not only an HD Radioreceiver, but a complete mobile entertainment solution. The following is a list of entertainment options supported by the HD DICE interface:

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    iPod interface (optional iPod cable is required!)

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    AUX input (optional 1/8AUX cable is required!)

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    FM HD Radio reception

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    AM HD Radio reception

Features for iPod: Change tracks / albums / playlists using the controls of the radio, or the steering wheel and the iPod. Charges the iPod while connected. Displays music tag (text) information on the vehicle's entertainment system.

Features for AUX: Connects any external device such as an Mp3 player, PlayStation, DVD player, etc. by simply using an 1/8AUX cord.Audio setting optimization.

Features for HD FM Radio: Listen to regular FM radio stations, tune them manually, seek stations or select them from memory presets. If HD station is detected the unit will automatically switch to HD Digital. Radio text information (PAD data) and FM radio text (RBDS) displayed on the screen. Multicast compatibility allows switching to HD2. Acquire HD channels in approximately 4-6 seconds.

Features for HD AM Radio: Listen to regular AM radio stations, tune them manually, seek stations or select them from memory presets. If HD station is detected the unit will automatically switch to HD Digital. Radio text information (PAD data) is displayed on the screen while in HD mode.

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What does HD Radio technology have to offer ?

Your favorite local station remains in the same place on the radio dial, but provides dramatically higher audio quality through digital reception ofAM and FM stations.

More content, more program choices via HD2 multicast channels.

Program text information may include titles, artists, album info and even weather and traffic alerts as chosen by the broadcaster.

HD Radio listening is subscription free!

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What is Multicasting?

HD Radio technology enables an FM broadcaster to offer more than one program stream on its existing spectrum. Simultaneously, one station can offer several audio channels as well as program associated text information. Stations may run one channel of music and one of news, or even two different music program. Be prepared to experience new music and news formats, showcase by young artists and local bands, or even foreign language programs.

i Stations in your area

Please see a list of your local HD Radio stations please review the included station list booklet. For the most up to date listing please visit http://www.hddice.com. Remember that more and more stations are switching on HD Radio programming, so expect to hear more!

HD Radiois a trademark of, and the HD Radio logo is a registered trademark of, iBiquity Digital Corp. U. S. and Foreign patents.

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General operation

Press the DISC button to access the HD DICE interface and its features. On some radios this button may be labeled as CDC/AUX or CDC/SAT. Pressing this button repeatedly will cycle through sources. When HD DICE is active, use DISC5 to select audio sources.

DISC

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    In-dash CD

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    DISC

HD DICE

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    DISC

AUX

DISC 5

TRACK 1

DISC

SEL:IPOD

TRACK 2

TRACK 5

TRACK 6

DISC

DISC

DISC

SEL:AUX1

SEL:HDFM

SEL:HDAM

DISC 1-4

Manual

Automatic

Recent HD

Preset

tuning

tuning

stations

stations

DISC 4

DISC 1-4

DISC 1

DISC 2

DISC

DISC 3

To access HD DICE varies depending on radios. Refer to iPod integration user's manual if iPod integration cable is purchased.

See details on page 6, 7 and 8.

Illustration of display in HD FM

Source indicator

HD multicast channel indicator

Additional HD multicast indicator

CD1

DISC

TR

103.5H1 > KOST

Additional text indicator

BAND

RPT

DISC

Frequency

Reception

Station

mode

name

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HD DICE Technology overview

HD Radio technology is a new broadcast standard requiring compatible digital radio tuners. The HD DICE enables HD Radio reception by connecting to the external device connection port of your vehicle’s radio or entertainment bus.

Accessing the HD DICE interface is simple, all you need to do is to select CDC mode by pressing the source selector button on the radio. The HD DICE functions as a factory integrated device. Specifically, the button presses of the radio and steering wheel are interpreted by HD DICE, which in turn sends station information back to the factory radio display.

If your radio is equipped with a single or multi CD in-dash player, you’ll be able to use it even after the HD DICE module is connected, however if your vehicle is equipped with an external CD changer (located in the glove box or trunk), it will have to be permanently disconnected.

Since your radio does not have a built-in support for HD Radio reception, the HD DICE interface must use the radio’s limited buttons and functions to control the HD Radio module. The HD DICE user interface can be learnt quickly, as its functionality is similar to the regular radio tuner.

Warning!

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    Please always keep your eyes on the road and obey all traffic signs while driving.

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    Do not operate the HD DICE module until you become fully familiar with all its

features.

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    Do not let the operation of the HD DICE receiver distract you from driving.

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    If ever in doubt, please ask your passenger to operate the device or wait until the

vehicle is stationary.

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Illustration of general operation in HD FM

TOYOTA Radio Controls.

Default display - no text

Disc text mode

Track text mode

DISC

TR

DISC

TR

CD1

2- 5

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    TEXT

103.5H1>KVFR-

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    TEXT

TI: My favorite so

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Audio source indicator

Hold

TEXT to reveal more.

press and hold 6/FFW for 1 sec.

TR

FM

DISC

AR: My favorite ar

Pressing the TEXT button cycles between display modes.

DISC

CD1 103.5H1 > KOST

Arrow shows if additional information available. Hold TEXT button for more information.

Use the SCAN button to save station to memory.

Press SEEK TRACK to perform the action within the selected function.

Use button 3 and 4 to change between DISC numbers.

Press 5 or 6 to RW or FFW.

Press DISC button to access the HD DICE interface.

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