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Road safety has top priority. Only make adjustments to your car radio when traffic conditions allow. Familiarise yourself with the device before you start driving. You must be able to hear audible alarms from police vehicles, fire engines or ambulances promptly inside the vehicle. You should therefore listen at an appropriate volume when travelling.
If you want to fit your car radio yourself, read the fitting and connecting instructions at the end of this guide.
Your device has a removable flip-release panel to protect it from theft. Without this panel, the unit is of no value to a thief. Protect your device from theft by taking the release panel with you whenever you leave the vehicle. Do not leave the panel in the car, even in a hidden place. The release panel is designed for easy handling. Note: q Do not drop the panel. q Do not expose the panel to direct sunshine or any other source of heat. q Always carry the panel in the case provided. q Avoid touching the contacts on the panel with your skin. If necessary, clean the contacts using a lint-free cloth dipped in alcohol.
The panel unlatches.
Pull the panel off the device, first
straight forward and then to the left. When the release panel has been separated from the device, it switches itself off. All current settings are saved. If a CD has been inserted, it remains in the device.
Attaching the Release Panel Push the panel into the guides on
the device from left to right.
Push the left hand side of the panel
into the device until it engages.
Removing the Release Panel
Note: q Do not press the display as you insert the panel. If the device was switched on when the panel was removed, it will switch itself back on automatically with the last settings (radio, CD, CD-changer or AUX) as soon as the panel is replaced.
SWITCHING ON AND OFF
The device can be switched on and off in the following ways: Switching On and Off with the Vehicle Ignition If the device is correctly connected to the vehicle ignition, and has not been switched off with button 3, it is switched on and off along with the ignition. To switch the device on when the ignition is off:
To use the RDS convenience functions AF and REG, press the RDS button 4. The RDS convenience functions are active if the RDS symbol shows in the display. When the RDS convenience functions are switched on REG ON or REG OFF flashes up.
Selecting Waveband / Memory Level
This radio receives stations in the VHF (FM) waveband as well as MW and LW (AM) stations. (The MW and LW wavebands can be deactivated. For more details, consult the section on Deactivating Wavebands at the end of this chapter). Three memory levels are available for the FM waveband, and one memory level each is available for the MW and LW bands. Six stations can be stored in each memory level.
and wavebands, briefly press the BND/TS button 5.
To switch between memory levels
Adjusting Station Search Sensitivity
You can choose whether to search only for stations with strong signals, or whether weak stations should be included.
Setting the Station
There are a number of ways to set the station. Automatic Station Search
Press the MENU button 8. Press the button : until SENS
appears in the display.
The next station that can be received is tuned in. Manual Station Tuning To tune to a station manually
The current sensitivity level appears in the display. SENS HI6 means maximum sensitivity, SENS LO1 means minimum sensitivity. When SENS LO is selected, the display shows lo.
Note: Manual station tuning is only possible when the RDS convenience function is switched off. Browsing a chain of stations (FM only) If a station provides several programs, it is possible to browse through this chain of stations.
Set the desired sensitivity with the
Saving a Station Manually
Choose between memory levels
FM1, FM2, FMT or the MW and LW wavebands.
or button : to change to the next link in the station chain.
Note: To use this function, the RDS convenience function must be active. This means you can only switch to a station you have already received at least once. Use the Scan or Travelstore function for this purpose.
Tune to the station you want. Choose one of the station buttons
1 - 6 > on which you want to store the station and hold it pressed for longer than 2 seconds.
Saving Stations Automatically (Travelstore)
You can also save the six strongest stations in the area automatically (FM only). The stations are saved on the FMT memory level. Note: Any stations previously saved on this level will be deleted. Stop SCAN, continue listening to a station
Press the OK button ;.
The scanning process is stopped, and the last station tuned in plays.
Setting Scan Time Press the MENU button 8. Press the : until SCANTIME
Press the BND/TS button 5 for
longer than 2 seconds. Storing starts. TRAVEL-STORE appears in the display. When the procedure is complete, the station in memory location 1 of the FMT memory level is played.
Set the desired sampling time with
the buttons :.
When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 or OK ;. Note: The chosen sampling time also applies to CD and CD-changer scans.
Going to Pre-set Stations Select the memory level where the
station is stored.
Program Type (PTY)
As well as the station name itself, some FM stations also supply information about the type of program being transmitted. This information can be received and displayed by your radio. Examples of these program types could be: CULTURE TRAVEL JAZZ SPORT NEWS POP ROCK CLASSICS Using the PTY function it is possible to specifically select stations transmitting a particular program type.
Press the corresponding button
1 - 6 >.
Sampling Available Stations (SCAN)
You can listen to short samples of all the stations that can currently be received. The length of samples can be set, in the menu, to between 5 and 30 seconds. Starting SCAN
Hold down the OK button ; for
longer than 2 seconds. The scanning process starts. SCAN appears briefly in the display, after which the current frequency is displayed, flashing. 42
PTY-EON When the program type has been selected and the search started, the device changes from the current station to one with the selected program type. Note: If no station with the chosen program type is found, a beep is heard and the display briefly shows NO PTY. The tuner returns to the most recently received station. If the station set, or another station from the station chain, starts to transmit the desired program type at a later time, the device changes automatically from the current station, or out of CD or CD changer mode, and switches to the station with the desired program type. Switching PTY On / Off type, press the or button : while the type display is active. Or
To change to a different program
Storing program types on station buttons
PTY ON or PTY OFF appears in the display. buttons : to turn PTY on or off. When PTY is switched on, PTY shows in the display. OK ;. Selecting program type and starting search
Hold down the desired station button 1 - 6 > for longer than 2 seconds. The program type is saved on the chosen button 1 - 6 >.
The current program type is shown in the display.
Select a program type with the
or button : to start the search. The next station with the selected program type is tuned in.
to change the program type stored for that button. The selected program type is briefly displayed.
Press one of the buttons 1 - 6 >
Optimising Radio Reception
Treble cut in the presence of interference (HICUT) The HICUT function improves the sound when radio reception is poor (FM only). When interference is being experienced, the treble is automatically cut, which therefore also reduces the level of interference. Switching HICUT On / Off Switching SHARX On / Off
SHARX appears in the display. or button : to switch SHARX on or off. SHARX OFF means no automatic bandwidth switching will be carried out. SHARX ON means that automatic bandwidth switching will be carried out.
HICUT appears in the display.
Select Display of Running Texts
Some radio stations use the RDS signal to transmit advertising or other information instead of the station name. These running texts are shown in the display. To switch off the display of running texts:
or button : to adjust the HICUT. HICUT 0 means the function is inactive, while HICUT 3 indicates the strongest automatic reduction of the treble and the interference. OK ;.
Bandwidth selection in the presence of interference (SHARX) The SHARX function allows you to eliminate interference from neighbouring stations as far as possible (FM only). Switch on the SHARX function when stations are crowded.
Hold the RDS button 4 pressed
until NAME FIX appears in the display.
To reactivate the display of running
texts, hold the RDS button 4 pressed until NAME VAR appears in the display.
Adjusting the Display
In radio mode, it is possible to choose between continuous display of the time or continuous display of the station name (or frequency).
/ DIS button 7 pressed until the display you want appears.
It is possible to deactivate the LW and MW wavebands separately or together. This makes sense if you dont use these wavebands, i.e. if you dont listen to MW or LW stations. To deactivate the MW and LW wavebands together or separately:
This device is equipped with an RDS EON receiver. EON means Enhanced Other Network. Whenever a traffic announcement (TA) is made, the radio switches automatically from a station that does not broadcast traffic information to one in the chain of stations that does. After the traffic announcement, the device returns to the station that was previously tuned in.
In FM radio mode, press the
MENU button 8.
button : until AM ON appears in the display.
Note: If AM OFF shows in the display, MW and LW are already deactivated. If MW OFF or LW OFF appears in the display, MW or LW is already deactivated.
Switching Traffic Information Priority On / Off Press the TRAF button ?.
Traffic announcement priority is activated if the traffic jam symbol is lit. Note: You will hear a warning tone: q If you leave the reception area of a traffic radio station you are listening to. q If, when you are listening to a CD, you leave the reception area of the selected traffic radio station and the following automatic search fails to find a new traffic radio station. q If you change from a traffic radio station to a station with no traffic information. Either switch off traffic information priority, or switch to a station with traffic information.
or button : to switch between AM ON, AM OFF, MW OFF and LW OFF.
OK ;. You settings are saved.
Adjusting the Volume for Traffic Announcements Press the MENU button 8. Press the button : until
TA VOLUME appears in the display.
This device can be used to play standard CDs with a diameter of 12 cm. Danger of damage to CD drive! This device is not suited for playing so-called CD singles (8 cm diameter) or shaped CDs. No liability will be accepted for damage caused to the CD drive by unsuitable CDs.
buttons : to adjust
When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 or OK ;. Note: During a traffic announcement you can adjust the volume for the duration of the announcement using the volume control 2. Note: You can set the tone and volume for traffic announcements. For more information, consult the section on Tone and volume controls.
Starting CD Operation
If there is no CD in the drive button 9.
The flip-release panel opens.
Push the CD printed side up
gently into the CD slot until you feel it stop. The CD is then automatically drawn into the device. While the CD is being drawn in, do not push or pull it.
Close the flip-release panel by
pushing gently until you feel it lock. The CD begins playing. q If there is already a CD in the drive.
Press the CDC button @ until
CD appears in the display. The CD starts playing where it last stopped.
Selecting a Track Use the arrow keys : to select the
next or previous track. Pressing the or button : once restarts the track currently playing. 46
To search rapidly backwards or forwards
Fast Search (Audible) Hold down one of the
buttons : until fast searching begins.
Ending SCAN, Continue Listening to Track
To halt the scan, press the OK button ;. The track currently being sampled will continue to play.
Playing Tracks in Random Sequence (MIX) Press button 5 MIX >.
MIX CD appears briefly in the display and the MIX symbol shows. The next track is played at random. Ending MIX
Repeating Tracks (REPEAT) To repeat a track, press button
4 RPT >. REPEAT TRCK flashes up and the RPT symbol shows. The track is repeated until RPT is deactivated. Stopping REPEAT
Press button 5 MIX > again.
MIX OFF flashes up and the MIX symbol disappears.
To stop repetition of the current
track, press button 4 RPT > again. REPEAT OFF flashes up in the display, the RPT symbol disappears, and normal play resumes.
Sampling Tracks (SCAN)
To listen to a short sample of each track on the CD:
Press the OK button ; for longer
than 2 seconds. The next track is played. Note: The lengths of these samples can be set. Please consult the section on Setting Scan Time under Radio Operation.
Pausing During Play Press button 3 >.
PAUSE appears in the display. Continuing after the pause
Press button 3
Changing Display Contents To change the display between
track number plus clock time, track number plus play time, or track number plus CD name, press the / DIS button 7 longer than 2 seconds until the desired display appears. 47
Traffic Announcements in CD Mode To receive traffic announcements
while listening to a CD, press the TRAF button ?. Traffic information priority is activated when the traffic jam symbols shows in the display. For more information, please read the section on Traffic Information.
To save the name, press the
MENU button 8 or OK ;. Deleting a CD name
Start playing the CD whose name
is to be deleted.
Press the MENU button 8. Use the or button : to select
In order to recognise your CDs more effectively, the car radio allows you to give individual names to up to 30 CDs. The names may have up to eight characters. If you attempt to assign more than 30 names, the display will show FULL. Entering / Changing CD Names
Press the or button :. Press and hold the MENU button
8. After 4 seconds a beep is heard and DELETE NAME appears in the display.
Release the MENU button 8.
The CD name has been deleted.
Return to the menu by pressing the
OK button ;.
Start playing the CD you wish to
Removing CD from Player Press the button 9.
The flip-release panels opens and the CD is ejected.
button : twice.
Remove the CD and close the fliprelease panel.
The device is now in editing mode. If your chosen CD is not yet named, eight underscores appear in the display.
The current entry location flashes. Use the or button : to select
your characters. If a space is required, select the underscore. or button : to change the input location.
CD CHANGER OPERATION
Note: For information on handling CDs, inserting them and operating the CD changer, please consult the operating instructions for your CD changer.
CD Changer Operation
Repeat Playing Tracks or Whole CDs (REPEAT) To repeat the current track, press
button 4 RPT > briefly. REPEAT TRCK flashes up briefly and the display shows RPT.
Starting CD Changer Operation Press the CDC button @ until
CHANGER appears in the display. Play will start with the first CD recognised by the CD changer.
To repeat the current CD, press
button 4 RPT > again. REPEAT DISC flashes up briefly and the display shows RPT. Stopping REPEAT
track or CD, press button 4 RPT > until REPEAT OFF flashes up and RPT disappears from the display.
Selecting a CD To change to a different CD, press
the or times. button : one or more
Selecting a Track To change to a different track on
the current CD, press the or button : one or more times.
Playing Tracks in Random Sequence (MIX) To play the tracks of the current CD
in random sequence, press button 5 MIX > briefly. MIX CD flashes up, the display shows MIX.
Fast Search (Audible)
To play the tracks of all the CDs in
the CD changer in random sequence, press button 5 MIX > again. MIX ALL flashes up and the display shows MIX. Note: The CDC A 08 and IDC A 09 models mix all tracks on all CDs in the CD changer, while all other changers mix the tracks of a single CD before moving to the next CD in the changer.
Hold down one of the
Changing Display Contents To switch the display between track
number plus play time, track number plus clock time, track number plus CD number, or track number plus CD name, press the / DIS button 7 for longer than 2 seconds one or more times until the desired display appears.
Ending MIX function
In order to recognise your CDs more effectively, the car radio allows you to give individual names to up to 99 CDs. The names may have up to seven characters. If you attempt to assign more than 99 names, the display will show FULL. Entering and changing CD names
Press button 5 MIX > until
MIX OFF flashes up and MIX disappears.
Sampling All Tracks on All CDs (SCAN) To listen to short samples of all
tracks on all the CDs in the CD changer in ascending order, press the OK button ; for longer than 2 seconds. SCAN appears in the display. Ending SCAN
To halt the scan, press OK ;
briefly. The track currently being sampled will continue to play. Note: The lengths of these samples can be set. Please consult the section on Setting Scan Time under Radio Operation.
The device is now in selection mode.
Choose the CD that you want to
name with the or button :.
The device enters edit mode. If your chosen CD is not yet named, seven underscores appear in the display.
your characters. If a space is required, select the underscore.
or button : to change the input location.
Press the MENU button 8.
or button : to select CDC NAME.
Displaying the Time Briefly To display the time, press the
DIS button 7 briefly.
Setting the Time
The clock time can be set automatically via the RDS signal. If you cannot receive an RDS station, or if the RDS station to which you are listening does not support this function, it is also possible to set the time manually. Setting clock time automatically
button : until TREBLE appears or just the treble. button : to ad-
Adjusting the Treble Press the AUD/LD button =.
LD button =. BASS appears in the display.
Adjusting the Fader To adjust the fader, press the AUD/
button : until BALANCE appears.
Switching Loudness On / off
Loudness refers to boosting the bass and treble at low volume levels to match the ears sensitivity.
This device is equipped for automatic, digital sound measurement, using threeself-gauging 5-band equalizers. Using the microphone included, the settings for equalizers USER 1 USER 3 can be measured automatically. In addition, the automatically measured values can be adjusted and the equalizer can be set manually. The device also has a parametric 5band digital equalizer and six sound presets.
Press the AUD/LD button = for
about 2 seconds. If loudness is switched on, LD shows in the display.
Setting Loudness Intensity
The loudness boost can be set in steps from one to six.
button : until LOUDNESS appears in the display. button : to ad-
Switching Equalizer On / Off To switch the equalizer on, hold
down the DEQ+ button < until EQ ON flashes up and DEQ appears in the display.
or just the boost.
To switch the equalizer off, hold
down the DEQ+ button < until EQ OFF flashes up and DEQ disappears from the display.
Automatic Sound Measurement
You can make and store electronic measurements for three different situations/users, for example: USER 1 driver alone USER 2 driver and passenger USER 3 front and back seats occupied While the measurements are being made, hold the microphone in the corresponding position.
The microphone position for situation 1 (e.g. driver alone) is at the height of the drivers head. For situation 2, hold the microphone between driver and passenger. For situation 3, hold the microphone in the centre (left/right, back/front) of the vehicles interior. These measurements require really quiet surroundings. Outside noise distorts the results. Note: Sound output from the loudspeakers must not be blocked by objects. All loudspeakers must be connected. The microphone must be connected to the device. To take automatic equalizer measurements: A countdown runs in the display. During the countdown, you can still reposition the microphone. When the countdown is over, the automatic measurement starts and MEASURING shows in the display. The process lasts about 1 minute. If an error occurs during measurement or if the microphone is not properly connected, ERROR appears in the display and the process is interrupted. Stopping Automatic Measurement To stop the automatic measurement procedure:
Briefly press the DEQ+ button <
or OK ;. Adjusting Sound Measurements Manually To change the settings for USER 1 USER 3 manually:
Hold the microphone at the desired
position inside the vehicle.
Press the DEQ+ button <. Use the or button : to select
buttons : to enter USER mode. or button : to choose between USER 1, USER 2 and USER 3.
buttons : to activate USER mode.
Use the Use the
or button : to select USER 1, USER 2 or USER 3. buttons : to select a
Hold the DEQ+ button < pressed
for longer than 2 seconds.
Press the or button :. Use the button : to select a frequency.
or button : to set the frequency level. OK ; and then one of the buttons :. Adjustment Instructions For the purposes of this adjustment, we recommend you use a CD you know well. Before making any adjustments to the equalizer, set the tone and volume controls to zero and deactivate loudness. For more information on this, read the section on Tone and volume controls.
To select the next filter, press first
When all settings are complete,
press the DEQ+ button <.
Setting Digital Equalizer
In addition to automatic sound measurement, you can also make manual settings using the 5-band parametric equalizer. In this case, parametric means that in each of the five filters, one individual frequency can be emphasised or reduced (with a gain of +8 to -8). The following filters are available: q SUB LOW EQ 32 - 50 Hz q LOW EQ 63 - 250 Hz q MID EQ 315 - 1,250 Hz q MID/HIGH EQ 1,600 - 6,300 Hz q HIGH EQ 8,000 - 12,500 Hz These filters can be set without using any measuring instruments.You can use them to make a significant difference to the properties of the sound in the vehicle.
Start playing a CD. Assess the sound you hear. Now consult the Equalizer Adjustment Guide table for Sound Quality.
Adjust the equalizer values as described under Action. Setting the Equalizer
button : to select button :.
Press the Press the
button : to select the or
Adjust the level with the
the OK button ; then the button :. or
When you have completed all the
settings, press the DEQ+ button <.
Start by setting the middle and treble ranges, and finish with the bass. Sound quality / problem Bass too quiet Action Boost the bass Frequency: 50 to 100 Hz Level: +4 to +6
Equalizer Adjustment Guide
Bass sounds muddy Booming tone Unpleasant pressure
Reduce lower middle tones Frequency: 125 to 400 Hz Level: approx. -4
Tone lacks depth, is aggressive, no stereo effect.
Muffled tone Lack of clarity Instruments have no brightness
Boost the treble range Frequency: approx. 12,500 Hz Level: +2 to +4
Reduce middle tones Frequency: 1,000 to 2,500 Hz Level: -4 to -6
Selecting Sound Presets
It is also possible to activate pre-programmed equalizer settings for the following types of music: q CLASSICS q POP q JAZZ q ROCK q TECHNO q SPEECH To activate pre-programmed settings for these types of music: Selecting spectrometer type
button : until EQ DISPLAY appears in the display.
or button : to select between SPECTRUM 1, SPECTRUM 2 or EQ DISP OFF. plete, press the MENU button 8 or OK ;.
Press the DEQ+ button <. Press the or button : until
SOUND PRESET appears in the display.
buttons : to select the desired preset.
Press the DEQ+ button < or
Adjusting the Level Indicator
The level indicator, or spectrometer, on your display gives a symbolic indication of volume, tone control settings and equalizer settings while you make adjustments. When adjustments are not being made, the spectrometer displays the car radios output level. You can choose the spectrometer type via the menu. Two types are available.
EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES
External Audio Sources
In addition to the CD-changer, you can also connect one other external audio source that has a line output. Such sources include portable CD, MiniDisc or MP3 players. If no CD changer is installed, two external sources can be connected. The AUX input must be switched on in the menu. To connect an external audio source, you need an adapter cable, available from your authorised Blaupunkt dealer.
TMC for Dynamic Navigation Systems
TMC means Traffic Message Channel. TMC is used to transmit traffic announcements digitally for use in route planning by suitable navigation systems. Your car radio has a TMC output that can be connected to Blaupunkt navigation systems.Your Blaupunkt dealer can tell you which navigation systems can be used with your car radio. If a navigation system is connected and a TMC station is received, TMC lights up in the display. If dynamic route guidance is active, a TMC station will be tuned in automatically.
Switching AUX Input On / Off Press the MENU button 8.
button : until AUXIN-1 OFF or AUX-IN-1 ON appears in the display. For the second AUX input, the 1 is replaced by a 2. If a CD changer is installed, 2 is the only option. or button : to switch AUX on or off. plete, press the MENU button 8 or OK ;. Note: If the AUX input is switched on, it can be selected via the CDC button @.
Output power: 4 x 25 Watt sine wave according to DIN at 14.4 V 4 x 45 Watt max. power
The extent of the guarantee depends on the statutory conditions applicable in the country where the device was bought. If there should be a fault in your device, please refer to your dealer, providing proof of purchase. If the statutory minimum guarantee period in your country is less than 12 months, Blaupunkt provides a 12 month manufacturers guarantee. Damage caused by wear, incorrect use or use for commercial purposes are excluded from this guarantee. In order to make a claim on the basis of Blaupunkts manufacturers guarantee, please send the faulty device together with proof of purchase to the central Blaupunkt customer service depot in your country. You can obtain the nearest address from the telephone hotline on the back of this booklet. Blaupunkt reserves the right to carry out a repair or to provide a substitute device.
Wavebands: VHF (FM): MW: LW: 87.MHz 531 1,602 kHz kHz
FM frequency response: 20 - 16,000 Hz
Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
4 channels: 4V
AUX1 input: AUX2 input: Tel/Navi input: 2 V/ 6 k 775 mV/ 10 k 10 V/ 560
Subject to technical alterations! 60
Radio / CD
Acapulco MP52 Daytona MP53
SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH DEUTSCH
button - unlatches the flip/ release panel Volume control Button - switches the radio and mute function on/off RDS button - switches RDS convenience function on/off (radio data system). Selects variable radio texts. BND button (band), source selection for radio mode, selection of FM memory levels and the wavebands MW and LW TS, starts the Travelstore function. Display (display field) DIS, change display contents button - indicates the time on the display MENU button - selects the menu for basic settings 9 : ; < = button - opens the flip/release panel Arrow-key block OK button - confirms menu entries and starts the scan function DEQ+ button (digital equalizer) switches the equalizer on/off AUDIO button - adjusts bass, treble, X-BASS, balance and fader Key block 1 - 6 TRAF button - activates the traffic-information standby mode SRC button - selects between CD, MP3, CD changer/Compact Drive MP3 (if connected) and AUX sources
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Notes and accessories.. 40 Flip/release panel. 41 Switching on/off.. 42 Volume adjustment. 43 Radio mode.. 44
Setting the tuner.. 44 Switching to radio mode. 44 RDS function (AF, REG). 45 Selecting the waveband/memory. 45 Tuning into a station.. 45 Setting the sensitivity of the station search mode.. 46 Storing stations.. 46 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 46 Listening to preset stations. 46 Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)... 47 Setting the scanning time. 47 Programm-Typ (PTY). 47 Optimising radio reception. 48 Selecting radio text display. 49 Setting the display.. 49 Preparing the MP3-CD. 54 Switching to MP3 mode. 55 Selecting a directory.. 55 Selecting tracks.. 56 Fast searching (audible). 56 Random track play (MIX).. 56 Scanning tracks (SCAN).. 56 Repeating individual tracks or whole directories (REPEAT). 57 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 57 Setting the display.. 57
DEUTSCH DANSK PORTUGUS ESPAOL SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH
MP3 mode.. 54
CD changer mode. 58
Starting CD changer mode. 58 Selecting a CD.. 58 Selecting a track.. 58 Fast search (audible). 58 Changing the display. 58 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT).. 58 Random play (MIX). 58 Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)... 59 Interrupting Play (PAUSE). 59 Naming CDs.. 59
Traffic information. 50 CD Mode.. 51
Starting CD mode.. 51 Selecting a track.. 51 Quick track selection. 51 Fast search (audible). 51 Random play (MIX). 52 Scanning tracks (SCAN).. 52 Repeating a track (REPEAT).. 52 Interrupting play (PAUSE). 52 Changing the display. 52 Traffic announcements in CD mode. 52 Naming CDs.. 53 Displaying CD text.. 53 Removing a CD.. 54
CLOCK - Time. 60 Tone and volume balance. 61 Equalizer for Acapulco MP52. 63 Equalizer for Daytona MP53. 66 External audio sources.. 69 TMC for dynamic navigation systems.. 69 Technical data. 70
NOTES AND ACCESSORIES
Notes and accessories
Thank you for deciding to use a Blaupunkt product. We hope you enjoy using this new piece of equipment. Please read these operating instructions before using the equipment for the first time. The Blaupunkt editors are constantly working on making the operating instructions clearer and easier to understand. However, if you still have any questions on how to operate the equipment, please contact your dealer or the telephone hotline for your country. You will find the telephone numbers printed at the back of this booklet. We provide a manufacturer guarantee for our products bought within the European Union. You can view the guarantee conditions at www.blaupunkt.com or ask for them directly at: Blaupunkt GmbH Hotline Robert Bosch Str. 200 D-31139 Hildesheim
If you would like to install your car radio yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions at the end of the manual.
Please use only Blaupunkt-approved accessories. Remote controls The most important functions of your car radio can be selected safely and conveniently from the steering wheel using the remote controls RC 08, RC 10 or RC 10H (available as an optional extra). The radio cannot be switched on/off via remote control. Amplifiers All Blaupunkt amplifiers are suitable for use with the radio. Calibration microphone You can use the calibration microphone (available as an accessory) for the equalizers automatic sound calibration feature. CD changer The following Blaupunkt CD changers can be connected to the radio: CDC A 02, CDC A 08 and IDC A 09. Compact Drive MP3 As an alternative to a CD changer, you can connect a Compact Drive MP3 to access MP3 music tracks. If you connect a Compact Drive MP3, you will first need to use a computer to store the MP3
Road safety has priority. Only operate your car radio if road and traffic conditions allow. Familiarise yourself with the unit before setting off on your journey. You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens in good time. For this reason, set the volume of your car radio at a suitable level. 40
music tracks on the Microdrive hard disk inside the Compact Drive MP3. Then, when the Compact Drive MP3 is connected to the car radio, you can play the tracks like normal CD music tracks. The Compact Drive MP3 is operated in the same way as a CD changer. Most of the CD changer functions can also be used with the Compact Drive MP3. Amplifier / sub-out The car radio provides connections for connecting external amplifiers and a subwoofer. We recommend you use well-matched products from the Blaupunkt or Velocity product ranges. Interface for vehicle-specific display and steering-wheel remote control Some vehicles are already fitted at the factory with a display in the dashboard and a steering-wheel remote control. There are specific interfaces available for various vehicle types so that you can use the remote control and the display for the car radio. You can find out for which vehicles such an interface is available from your Blaupunkt dealer or from the Blaupunkt telephone hotline.
Your car radio is fitted with a flip/release panel to guard against theft. Without this panel, the unit is worthless to the thief. Protect your unit from theft by taking the flip/release panel with you every time you leave the car. Do not leave the panel behind in the car, even if it is out of sight. The constructive design of the panel makes for simple handling. Note: Do not drop the flip/release panel. Do not expose the flip/release panel to direct sunshine or other sources of heat. Keep the flip/release panel in the case provided. Avoid touching the contacts of the flip/release panel. Please clean it when necessary with some white spirit on a lint-free cloth.
Removing the flip/release panel
button 1. This unlatches the flip/release panel.
There are various ways of switching the car radio on and off, as described below. Switching on/off using the ignition If the car radio is correctly connected to the ignition and has not been switched off using the button 3, it is switched on/off simultaneously with the ignition. You can also switch on your car radio when the vehicle ignition is off.
First pull the flip/release panel
straight and then to the left out of the unit. After removing the flip/release panel, the unit switches itself off. All the current settings are saved. If there is a CD in the unit, it remains there.
Attaching the flip/release panel Slide the flip/release panel from left
to right into the unit guide.
To do so, press the button 3.
Note: To protect the vehicle battery, the unit switches off automatically after one hour. Switching on/off using the flip/ release panel
Press the left side of the panel into
the unit until it slots into place.
Remove the flip/release panel.
The unit switches itself off.
Replace the flip/release panel once
Note: Do not press against the display while attaching the flip/release panel. If the device was still switched on when you removed the control panel, it will automatically switch on again with the last settings activated (i.e. radio, CD, CD changer/Compact Drive MP3 or AUX) when the panel is replaced. more. The car radio is switched on. The last settings (radio, CD, CD changer/Compact Drive MP3 or AUX) are activated. Switching on/off using the button 3
To switch the unit on, press the button 3.
To switch the unit off, hold the button 3 down for more than two seconds. The car radio is now switched off.
The system volume can be adjusted in steps from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum). This feature enables you to lower the system volume instantaneously (mute).
To raise the system volume, turn
the volume control 2 to the right.
Briefly press button 3.
MUTE appears on the display.
To lower the system volume, turn
the volume control 2 to the left.
Telephone Audio/Navigation Audio
If your car radio is connected to a mobile telephone or a navigation system, the volume will be muted as soon as you pick up the telephone or the radio relays voice output from the navigation system and the conversation or voice output is heard through the radio's loudspeakers. In order for this to work, the mobile telephone or navigation system has to be connected to the car radio as described in the instructions. For this, you need adapter cable Blaupunkt no. 001 503. To find out which navigation systems are compatible with your car radio, please consult your Blaupunkt dealer. If a traffic announcement is received during a telephone call or navigationsystem voice output, the traffic announcement will not be heard until the conversation/voice output is over. The volume at which telephone conversations and voice output from the navigation system are switched on is adjustable.
Setting the switch-on volume
You can set the volume at which you wish the car radio to play when switched on.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : repeatedly until ON VOLUME appears on the display. buttons : to set the switch-on volume. If you select LAST VOL, the volume played before the unit was last switched off will be reactivated.
Note: To protect your hearing, the maximum switch-on volume under the LAST VOL setting is 38. If the volume was higher before the unit was switched off and LAST VOL has been selected, the volume will be set at 38 the next time the radio is switched on. When you have completed setting the volume,
press the MENU button 8 or OK
Press the MENU button 8. Press the button : repeatedly
until TEL/NAVI VOL appears on the display. 43
buttons : to set the desired volume. tings, press either the MENU button 8 or OK ;. Note: You can adjust the volume for telephone conversations and voice output while they are being heard by using the volume control 2.
This unit is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many of the receivable FM stations transmit a signal that not only carries the programme but also additional information such as the station name and programme type (PTY). The station name appears on the display as soon as it is received.
When you have completed the set-
Setting the tuner
In order to guarantee the perfect functioning of the radio element, the unit must be set for the region in which you are located. You can choose between Europe (EUROPE) and America (N AMERICA). The tuner comes from the factory set for the region in which the unit was sold. Should you encounter problems with radio reception, please check this setting. This set of instructions refers to the EUROPE setting.
This function adjusts the volume of your car radio automatically to your driving speed. This requires your device to be connected as described in the installation guide. The automatic volume booster can be set in six stages (0-5). Press the MENU button 8. Press the button : until AUTO SOUND appears in the display. Set the volume adjustment with the buttons :. When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 or OK ;. Note: The right speed-adjusted volume setting depends on noise levels inside your car. Try various values (0-5) until you find the best setting.
until TUNER AREA appears on the display. or button : for longer than two seconds to switch between EUROPE and N AMERICA. ;.
Press the MENU button 8 or OK Switching to radio mode
If you are in CD, CD changer/Compact Drive MP3 or AUX mode:
press the BND/TS button 5.
The RDS functions AF (Alternative Frequency) and REG (Regional) extend your radio's range of functions. AF: If this RDS function is activated, the unit automatically tunes into the best receivable frequency for the station that is currently set. REG: Some radio stations set aside some of their broadcasting time for regional programmes that provide different regional content. With the REG function, your car radio is prevented from switching to alternative frequencies with a different regional content. Note: REG has to be specially activated/deactivated in the unit's menu. Switching REG function on/off To use the RDS functions AF and REG,
RDS function (AF, REG)
The RDS convenience functions are active when RDS lights up on the display with a symbol. When the RDS convenience functions are activated, REG ON or REG OFF appears briefly on the display.
Selecting the waveband/ memory
This unit can receive programmes broadcast over the FM as well as MW and LW (AM) waveband. There are three preset memory levels for the FM range and one each for the MW and LW ranges. Six stations can be stored on each memory level.
In order to switch between memory
levels or wavebands, briefly press the BND/TS button 5.
Tuning into a station
There are various methods available for tuning into a station. Automatic station search mode
press the MENU button 8. Press the button : repeatedly
until REG appears on the display. OFF or ON will be displayed alongside REG.
The unit tunes into the next receivable station. Tuning into stations manually You can also tune into stations manually.
To switch REG on or off, press the
or ;. Switching the RDS convenience function on/off button :.
Press the MENU button 8 or OK
Press either the
To use the RDS functions AF and
REG, press the RDS button 4.
Note: You can only tune into stations manually if the RDS function has first been deactivated.
Browsing through broadcasting networks (only FM) If a radio station provides several programmes, you have the option of browsing through its so-called broadcasting network.
Storing stations manually
Select the required FM memory
level, FM1, FM2, FMT or either waveband MW or LW. Tune into the desired station.
or button : to move to the next station on the broadcasting network.
Hold down one of the preset station buttons 1 - 6 > on which you wish to store the station for more than two seconds.
Note: If you want to use this feature, the RDS function must first be activated. You will then only be able to switch to stations that you have received once already. To do so, use the Scan or Travelstore function.
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can store the six stations with the strongest reception in the region automatically (only FM). The stations are stored in the FMT memory. Note: Stations that were previously stored in this memory are deleted in the process.
Setting the sensitivity of the station search mode
You can choose whether you wish to preset only strong or also poor-reception stations.
Hold down the BND / TS button 5
for more than two seconds. The automatic station-storing procedure begins. TRAVEL-STORE appears on the display. Once the process is completed, the station stored in FMT memory location 1 is played.
until SENS appears on the display. SENS 6 denotes maximum sensitivity. SENS 1 is the minimum.
buttons : to set the desired degree of sensitivity. tings, press the MENU button 8 or the OK buttons ;.
Listening to preset stations Select the memory or frequency
Hold down the preset station button 1 - 6 > of the desired station.
Besides transmitting the station name, some FM stations also provide information on the type of programme they are currently broadcasting. This information can be received and displayed by your car radio. For example, the programme types can be: CULTURE TRAVEL JAZZ SPORT NEWS POP ROCK CLASSICS You can use the PTY function to select stations of a particular programme type. PTY-EON Once the programme type has been selected and the search started, the unit switches from the current station to one of the selected programme type. Note: If no station corresponding to the selected programme type is found, a beep sounds and NO PTY appears briefly on the display. The unit then tunes in automatically to the station last received. If the set station or a different station in the broadcasting network should broadcast the desired programme type at a later time, the unit will automatically switch from the current station, or from CD or CD changer mode, to the station broadcasting the desired programme type.
Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)
You can briefly listen in to all receivable stations. The scanning time can be set in the menu at between 5 and 30 seconds. Starting SCAN
Repeating a track (REPEAT) If you would like to repeat a track,
press button 4 RPT >. REPEAT TRCK appears briefly on the display, the RPT symbol lights up. The track is then repeated until RPT is deactivated. 52
To make it easier for you to recognise your CDs, the car radio offers an individual name option for 30 CDs. The names should have a maximum of eight digits. If you attempt to allocate more than 30 names, FULL will appear on the display. Entering/altering CD names
beep sounds at the end of four seconds and DELETE NAME appears on the display.
Release the MENU button 8.
The CD name is now deleted.
Press the OK button ; to return to
Displaying CD text
Some CDs feature so-called CD text. The CD text may include the name of the performer, the album and the track name. You can have the CD text displayed as running text at every change of track. After the CD text has been displayed once, the standard display is used. Please see the section Changing the display. If the CD in the player contains no CD text, NO TEXT will appear on the display when the CD text function is activated. Switching CD text on/off
Listen to the desired CD. Press the MENU button 8. Use the buttons : to select
button : twice.
You are now in the edit mode. If the CD you have selected is still unnamed, eight underlines appear on the display. The current input position flashes.
buttons : to select your characters. If a position is left blank, you have selected the underline.
or button : to proceed to your next input position. ; to save the name entered.
until CD TEXT appears on the display.
Clearing a CD name Listen to the CD whose name you wish to clear.
Switch on the CD text function by
pressing the buttons : (CD TEXT ON) or off (CD TEXT OFF).
Press the MENU button 8. Use the buttons : to select
When you have completed the setting procedure, press the MENU button 8 or OK ;.
Press the or button :. Hold down the MENU button 8. A
Note: CD texts are displayed with a maximum length of 20 characters.
You can also use this car radio for playing CD-Rs and CD-RWs containing MP3 music files. MP3 is a process developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for compressing CD audio data. Compression allows data to be reduced to around 10% of their original size without a noticeable loss in quality (at a bit rate of 128 Kbit/s). If a lower bit rate is used to convert CD audio data to MP3, you can create smaller files but there will be a loss in quality.
Removing a CD Press the button 9.
The flip/release panel opens to the front and the CD is ejected.
Carefully remove the CD and close
the flip/release panel.
Preparing the MP3-CD
The various combinations of CD burners, CD burning software and CD blanks may lead to problems arising with the ability to play certain CDs. If problems occur with your own burned CDs, you should try another brand of CD blank or choose another blank colour. Best results are achieved with CD blanks that provide 74 minutes of playing time. The format of the CD must be ISO 9660 Level 1 / Level 2 or Joliet. Other formats cannot be played reliably. Avoid multi-sessions. If you write more than one session to the CD, only the first session will be detected. You can create a maximum of 255 directories on a CD. Each of these directories can be accessed using this device. Each directory can in turn contain up to 255 tracks and subdirectories that can also be accessed. A maximum of 8 levels of directories are allowed.
manually. To do so, you should place a number (e.g. 001, 002, etc.) in front of each file name - the leading zeros must also be included. MP3 tracks can contain addition information such as the artist, track and album names (ID3 tags). This device can display ID3 tags if they are version 1. When creating (encoding) MP3 files from audio files, you should use bit rates up to a maximum of 256 kB/sec. Only MP3 files with the.MP3 file extension can be played on this device. Note: To ensure uninterrupted playback, do not attempt to change the file extension to.MP3 of any files other than MP3 files and then attempt to play them! Do not use mixed CDs containing both non-MP3 data and MP3 tracks. Do not use mix-mode CDs containing both audio tracks and MP3 tracks.
D01 D02 D03 T001 T002 T003 T004 T005 T001 T002 T003 T004 T005 T006 D04 T001 T002 T003 T004 T005 T006 T007 T008 T009 T010 T011
Each directory can be named using a PC. The directory name can be displayed in the devices display. Name the directories and tracks using your CD burner software. The softwares operating instructions will provide details on how to do this. Note: When naming directories and tracks you should avoid using special characters. Use a maximum of 32 characters for track names and directory names. If you like your files to be in the correct order, you should use burner software that places files in alphanumerical order. If your software does not provide this feature, you can also sort the files
To play the tracks of all the inserted
Press the button 5 MIX > until
MIX OFF appears briefly on the display and MIX goes out.
Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN) To listen in briefly to all the tracks
on all inserted CDs in ascending order, hold down the OK button ; for more than two seconds. SCAN appears on the display. Stopping SCAN To stop scanning, press the OK button ; briefly. The track currently being scanned then continues play.
The name of the CD appears on the display.
You are now in the edit mode. If the CD you have selected is still unnamed, seven underlines appear on the display. The current input position flashes.
Use the Interrupting Play (PAUSE) Press the button 1 >.
Clearing a CD name
Listen to the CD whose name you
wish to clear.
Press the MENU button 8.
buttons : to select CDC NAME.
CLOCK - TIME
CLOCK - Time
Briefly displaying the time Press the DIS 7 button briefly
to display the time.
Setting the time
The time can be set automatically using the RDS signal. If you are unable to receive an RDS station or the station you are listening to does not support this function, it is also possible for you to set the clock manually. Setting the time automatically
the menu. Clearing all CD names All CD names saved are deleted.
To set the time automatically, press
the MENU button 8.
Listen to a CD. Press the MENU button 8. Use the buttons : to select
Press the or button :. Hold down the MENU button 8.
A beep sounds at the end of four seconds and DELETE NAME appears on the display. Continue to hold down the MENU button 8 until a second beep sounds and DELETE ALL appears on the display.
button : repeatedly until CLK MANUAL (manual) or CLK AUTO (automatic) appears on the display. button : until CLK AUTO appears on the display.
; once you have completed the setting. As soon as a station with the RDS time function (RDS-CT) is received, the clock is set automatically. Setting the time manually
All CD names in the CD changer are now deleted.
To set the time manually, press the
MENU button 8.
button : repeatedly until CLOCKSET appears on the display. button :.
The time appears on the display. The minutes flash and can now be set.
TONE AND VOLUME BALANCE
Tone and volume balance
You can alter the tone setting individually for each source (radio, CD, CD changer/Compact Drive MP3, AUX and traffic announcements). Note: Adjustments to the sound setting for traffic announcements can only be performed during a traffic announcement.
Set the minutes using the
Once the minutes have been set,
Adjust the equalizer values as described in the Measures column. Adjusting the equalizer
Press the DEQ+ button <. Press the or button : to select DIGITAL EQ.
or button : to select USER EQ1, USER EQ2 or USER EQ3 equalizer that you want to adjust. or or button : to sebutton :.
lect the filter.
Press the Press the
or button : to select the frequency. or button :.
Adjust the level using the
To select the next filter, first press
the OK button ; and then the or button :.
When you have finished making all
your adjustments, press the DEQ+ button <.
You can also select sound presets for the following styles of music. CLASSIC POP JAZZ ROCK TECHNO SPEECH The settings for these music styles have already been programmed. The level indicator (spectrometer) on your display briefly indicates the volume, tone and equalizer settings with symbols on your display as you make the corresponding settings. When settings are not being made, the spectrometer indicates the original level of the car radio. You can also set the type of spectrometer on your menu. There are two types available. Selecting a spectrometer type MENU appears on the display.
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Selecting sound presets
Setting the level indicator
Press the DEQ+ button <. Keep pressing the or button
: until SND PRESETS appears in the display.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the
button : repeatedly until EQ DISPLAY appears on the display. or button :, to select between displaying SPECTRUM 1 and SPECTRUM 2 or EQ DISP OFF.
or button : to select the required sound preset. ton.
Press the DEQ+ < or OK ; but-
EQUALIZER (DAYTONA MP53)
Equalizer for Daytona MP53
This car radio is fitted with three parametric digital equalizers, which can be set individually. This means you have the means to save and request different equalizer settings for different situations (eg only driver, driver and front passenger or vehicle occupants in front and back). Parametric means that for each of the five filters, one frequency can be individually raised or lowered (GAIN +8 to -8). The following filters are available: SUB LOW EQ 32 - 50 Hz LOW EQ 63 - 250 Hz MID EQ 315 - 1250 Hz MID/HIGH EQ 1600 - 6300 Hz HIGH EQ 8000 - 12500 Hz These filters can be set without measuring equipment. This means that the sound quality inside the vehicle can be greatly influenced. Presets for different musical styles (SND PRESETS) can also be selected.
Notes on adjusting the equalizer
We recommend you use a CD you are familiar with when adjusting the equalizer. Before adjusting the equalizer, set the tone and volume balance to zero. To do this, please see the chapter Tone and volume balance.
Listen to the CD. Evaluate the tone impression according to your taste.
Now consult the chart An aid to
adjusting the equalizer in the Sound impression section.
Set the equalizer values as described under What to do.
Switching the equalizer on/off To switch on the equalizer, hold
down the DEQ button < until EQ lights up on the display EQ ON is briefly displayed.
To switch on the equalizer, hold
down the DEQ button < until EQ disappears from the display EQ OFF is briefly displayed.
Setting the equalizer Press the DEQ button <. Select DIGITAL EQ using the
or button :.
Press the DEQ button <. Press the or button : repeatedly until SND PRESETS appears on the display.
Select the equalizer USER EQ1,
USER EQ2 or USER EQ3, which you would like to set by pressing the or the button :.
Select the desired musical style by
pressing the ;. or button :.
Press the DEQ button < or OK Setting the level indicator
The level indicator (spectrometer) on your display briefly indicates the volume, tone and equalizer settings with symbols on your display as you make the corresponding settings. When settings are not being made, the spectrometer indicates the original level of the car radio. You can also set the type of spectrometer on your menu. There are two types available. Selecting a spectrometer type
Select the filter using the
Press the or button :. To select the frequency, press the
or ton :. button :. or but-
Set the level using the
the OK button ;, then the button :. or
When all the settings have been
selected, press the DEQ button <.
Sound presets can also be selected for the following music styles CLASSIC POP JAZZ ROCK TECHNO SPEECH Settings for these musical styles have already been programmed.
EQUALIZER (ACAPULCO MP52 / DAYTONA MP53)
Setting aid for the equalizer
Commence settings at mid and treble section and complete them in the bass section. Sound impression/problem Bass reproduction too weak What to do Raise bass with frequency: 50 to 100 Hz, level: +4 to +6
Impure bass Booming Disagreeable pressure
Reduce lower mid-section with frequency: 125 to 400 Hz, level: approx. -4
Sound very dominant, aggressive, no stereo effect
Reduce mid-section with frequency: 1,000 to 2,500 Hz, level: -4 to -6
Muffled reproduction Low transparency No instrumental brilliance
Raise tweeter range with frequency: approx. 12,600 Hz, level: +2 up to +4
EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES
External audio sources
In addition to the CD changer, you can also connect up a different external audio source with a line output. Such sources can be, for example, portable CD players, minidisc players or MP3 players. If there is no CD changer connected to your unit, two external audio sources can be hooked up. The AUX output has to be switched on in the install menu. To connect up an external audio source, you will need an adapter cable, obtainable from any authorised Blaupunkt dealer.
TMC for dynamic navigation systems
TMC denotes Traffic Message Channel. Traffic announcements are transmitted digitally via TMC and can therefore be used by suitable navigation systems for route planning. Your car radio has one TMC output for connection to Blaupunkt navigation systems. Your Blaupunkt dealer will tell you which navigation systems can be used with your car radio. When a navigation system is connected and a TMC station received, TMC lights up on the display. When the dynamic navigation system is activated, the radio automatically tunes into a TMC station.
Switching the AUX input on/off Press the MENU button 8.
MENU appears on the display. button : repeatedly until AUX-IN-1 OFF or AUX-IN-1 ON appears on the display. For the second AUX input, a 2 will be displayed instead of a 1. If a CD changer is connected, only input 2 will be available.
or button : to switch AUX on or off.
; once you have completed the setting. Note: When the AUX input is switched on, it can be selected using the SRC button @.
Output power: 4 x 26 watts sine in accordance with DIN at 14.4V, 4 x 50 watts max. power
Frequency ranges: FM : 87.5 - 108 MHz MW : 531 - kHz LW : 153 - 279 kHz
FM transmission range: 20 - Hz
Transmission range: 15 - Hz
4 channels: 4V
AUX 1 input : 2 V / 6 k AUX 2 input : 775 mV / 10 k Tel/Navi reception : 10 V / 560
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