20 Most Recent Panasonic Car radio CD CQ-C1110GN CD Player Questions & Answers

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well call Panasonic and ask them what cards work and who sells them in your unstated country.

Panasonic Car... | Answered on Jun 05, 2019

Hi there,

this is simple enough to do, just find the channel you want to save, then press and hold a number u want to save it to!

i.e No. 1 - 96.9Fm

hope this helps

Panasonic Car... | Answered on Oct 26, 2014

The cascadia has an integrated AM-FM-WX, XM?, and CB antenna system, that is also prone to poor grounding. The best solution is to install aftermarket antenna systems for all of the equipment... I am driving a 2013 Cascadia with quite poor FM, and non existant AM, and WX reception. The XM works. I am afraid to hook up my CB to this, as it is pushing too much power, and is a sideband unit. I would like to hang the engineer by his/her toenails from the nearest tree for comming up with this garbage...

Panasonic Car... | Answered on Sep 07, 2014

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Panasonic Car... | Answered on Aug 05, 2014

you jvc is not wired properly you must of not had a mecp certified installer put it in... you must make sure on the radio harness that is powering up your jvc that the yellow wire (constant power or battery wire is get 12.0 volts to 13.5 volts at all time even when the radio and car or truck is off. with out this the radio will never save the station or the clock ... if you can do this your self call around to a car audio shop ask if any of there guys are mecp certified installer if not more on to the next shop... and so on if you want me to help you call me i will walk you through it.. i get $35.00 to help you.. 239.560.3498

Panasonic Car... | Answered on Oct 29, 2013

First of all, go to service.us.panasonic.com/operman to get the manual for your unit.

With the unit turned on and the clock displayed, pres disp for more than two seconds. The hours will blink... press < or > to adjust hour. Press disp again, the minutes will blink... press < or > to adjust minutes. Lastly, press disp to store the correct time. Good Luck!!!

Panasonic Car... | Answered on Sep 14, 2013

Follow the instructions on page 13 of the manual.

Panasonic Car... | Answered on Jul 13, 2012

you tune to the station you want then press and hold a preset button

Panasonic Car... | Answered on Sep 23, 2011

A common error wiring an after-market car stereo is where to connect the BATTERY and ACCESSORY wires. Under most conditions, these two wires do NOT get connected to the same point. The BATTERY wire connects to, well, the 12 volt positive terminal of the battery (or any 12 + volt source that is ALWAYS powered). This allows the radio clock to keep time and maintain the radio station presets when the vehicle is off / key is removed.

The ACCESSORY wire is connected to a point in the vehicle's electrical system that has 12 volts + whenever the ignition key is turned to the Run or Acessory position. When the key is NOT in these positions, the point should go from 12 volts + to 0. This change tells the radio to turn on or off, depending on the key position. The radio will power down when the key is removed, so you do not need to manually shut the radio off. This can save the battery if the radio volume was very low. The ONLY time you would accept both of these wires to be connected to the same point is when they are BOTH connected to the 12 volt + terminal of a battery (or wire that is always powered). If you wire this way, you will have to tune the power on and off each time you want to listen to the radio.

Check you manual for color or lable of these two wires, and place them as needed for the desired operation 1) Both on a constant 12 volt + source, or 2) BATT to a constant 12 volt + source and ACC to switched 12 volt + source.

I hope this helps. Please rate my reply with "4 thumbs up" if it did. Thanks!

Usually, purchase of a wiring harness designed specifically for your vehicle model and stereo solves this problem - as the required voltages and signals - including speakers - are made up and it is simply a "plug and play" operation. Newer cars will often require a "magic box" if you will, that uses some data signals in the car to turn on and off voltages for the stereo. Not installing the "magic box" will prevent much of the radio from working and can cause the loss of chimes, etc.

If your vehicle doesn't require the magic box

Panasonic Car... | Answered on Aug 01, 2011

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