• When installing this unit in a vehicle
without an ACC (accessory) position on
the ignition switch, failure to connect the
red cable to the terminal that detects
operation of the ignition key may result
in battery drain.
No ACC position
• Use of this unit in conditions other than
the following could result in fire or
– Vehicles with a 12-volt battery and
– Speakers over 100 W (maximum input
power) and 4 Ω to 8 Ω (impedance
value). Do not use 1Ω to 3Ω speakers for
• To prevent a short-circuit, overheating or
malfunction, be sure to follow the
– Disconnect the negative terminal of the
battery before installation.
– Secure the wiring with cable clamps or
adhesive tape. Wrap adhesive tape
around wiring that comes into contact
with metal parts to protect the wiring.
– Place all cables away from moving parts,
such as the shift lever and seat rails.
– Place all cables away from hot places,
such as near the heater outlet.
– Do not connect the yellow cable to the
battery by passing it through the hole
to the engine compartment.
– Cover any disconnected cable
connectors with insulating tape.
– Do not shorten any cables.
– Never cut the insulation of the power
cable of this unit in order to share the
power with other devices. The current
capacity of the cable is limited.
– Use a fuse of the rating prescribed.
– Never wire the negative speaker cable
directly to ground.
– Never band together negative cables of
• When this unit is on, control signals are
sent through the blue/white cable.
Connect this cable to the system remote
control of an external power amp or the
vehicle's auto-antenna relay control
terminal (max. 300mA 12 V DC). If the
vehicle is equipped with a glass antenna,
connect it to the antenna booster power
• Never connect the blue/white cable to
the power terminal of an external power
amp. Also, never connect it to the power
terminal of the auto antenna. Doing so
may result in battery drain or a
• The black cable is ground. Ground cables
for this unit and other equipment
(especially, high-current products such as
power amps) must be wired separately. If
they are not, an accidental detachment
may result in a fire or malfunction.
• The graphical symbol
the product means direct current.
Power cord input
Rear output or subwoofer output
Fuse (15 A)
Wired remote input
Hard-wired remote control adapter can
be connected (sold separately).
To power cord input
Depending on the kind of vehicle, the
may be different.
In this case, be sure to connect
Back-up (or accessory)
Connect to the constant 12 V supply
When the amperage rating of the fuse
used on your vehicle is 10 A, connect to
the positive battery terminal directly to
avoid short circuits. For details on the
power connection, see page 12.
Accessory (or back-up)
Connect to terminal controlled by the
ignition switch (12 V DC).
Connect leads of the same color to each
Black (chassis ground)
The pin position of the ISO connector
will differ depending on the type of
when Pin 5
is an antenna control type. In another
type of vehicle, never connect
Connect to the system control terminal
of the power amp (max. 300 mA 12 V
Connect to the auto-antenna relay
control terminal (max. 300 mA 12 V DC).
If you use equipment with a Mute
function, wire this lead to the Audio
Mute lead on that equipment. If not,
keep the Audio Mute lead free of any
White: Front left
White/black: Front left
Gray: Front right
Gray/black: Front right
Green: Rear left
Green/black: Rear left
Violet: Rear right
Violet/black: Rear right
In some vehicles, the ISO connector
may be divided into two. In this case, be
sure to connect to both connectors.
* Use speakers with 100 W or higher power
input capacity (recommended).
• Change the initial menu of this unit. Refer
to [SP-P/O MODE] (page 5). The
subwoofer output of this unit is