Installation of the Audiovox AXDVD1 Blu-Ray Player
Professional Installation is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED!
Remove Screws Before Installation. Before installing the unit, please remove the two transport screws.
The unit should be installed in a horizontal position with the front end up at a convenient angle, but not more than 30o.
Screws are provided to attach the DVD player to the (2) L- brackets. Fasten the unit to the L-brackets brackets by aligning the screw holes on the L-brackets with the screw holes on the unit. Refer to following figure.
Tighten the screws on each side of the DVD player. Self tapping screws are provided to mount the L-brackets in a vehicle. When connecting power and ground in a mobile video installation ensure that the ACC and BAT wire are fused at the point where it is connected to the vehicle ACC and Battery wiring. Failure to do so can result in damage to the vehicle if a short circuit develops between the vehicle connection point and the mobile video product.
Powering your DVD player: (Refer to the Connections illustration) Connect the black wire (-) to the vehicle ground. Connect the red wire (+) to a switched (Accessory) 12VDC source. Connect the yellow wire to a Battery (Constant +12VDC) connection. Plug the other end into the 12VDC input jack on the back of the DVD player.
Remote IR Receiver: (Refer to the Connections illustration) Plug the 1/8” plug on the remote IR cable into the IR IN jack on the back of the DVD player.
Connecting to a Monitor: Match the color-coded plugs to the appropriate jacks on the back of the DVD player A/V OUTPUT jacks: Yellow (video) to Yellow, White (left audio) to White, and Red (right audio) to Red.
Connecting an External Video Source: To connect a video game or another audio/video source, plug the A/V cable into the A/V input jack on the front or rear panel of the DVD player.
Video connections to a monitor can be done with RCA-type video connections. As a precaution, be sure to turn off the power of the DVD player and the monitor(s) before making any connections.
Audio connections can use either the coaxial connector (digital audio) or the RCA type connectors (analog audio).