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SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH DEUTSCH
1 Button to switch the device on/ off and operate the volume mute feature button to open the flip-release control panel RDS button to switch the RDS function on/off (Radio Data System). FM button to select FM radio mode as the source and select the FM memory banks. TS to start the Travelstore function Volume control Keys 1 - 3 Arrow buttons DISESC button to change the display content and close menus. MENU button to open the basic settings menu. Long press: Deactivate / activate demo mode. : OK button to confirm menu entries and activate the scan function. Keys 4 - 6 Display AM button to select AM radio mode as the source and select the AM memory banks. AUDIO button to adjust the bass, treble, balance and fader. DEQ button to activate/deactivate and set up the equalizer. SRC button to switch between the CD/MP3, CD changer (if connected) and AUX sources. button to eject the CD from the device
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Road safety.. 7 Installation.. 7 Accessories. 7 Activating / deactivating demo mode. 8
DEUTSCH DANSK PORTUGUS ESPAOL SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH
Notes and accessories. 7
Switching bandwidth during interference (SHARX).. 16 Configuring the display. 16 Naming radio stations (only FM). 17 Activating/deactivating the radio text display. 17
Detachable control panel. 8
Theft protection. 8 Detaching the control panel. 8 Attaching the control panel. 9
CD mode.. 18
Switching to CD mode. 18 Selecting tracks.. 18 Fast track selection.. 18 Fast searching (audible). 18 Random track play (MIX).. 18 Scanning tracks (SCAN).. 19 Repeating tracks (REPEAT). 19 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 19 Changing the display. 19 Displaying CD text/CD name. 20 Naming CDs.. 20 Ejecting a CD.. 22
Switching on/off.. 9 Adjusting the volume. 10
Setting the power-on volume. 10 Instantaneously decreasing the volume (mute).. 10 Telephone audio / navigation audio. 10 Setting the volume of the confirmation beep. 11 Automatic sound.. 11
MP3 mode.. 22
Preparing an MP3-CD. 22 Switching to MP3 mode. 24 Configuring the display. 24 Selecting a directory.. 24 Selecting tracks.. 25 Fast searching (not in MP3 browse mode). 25 Random track play MIX (not in MP3 browse mode). 25 Scanning tracks SCAN (not in MP3 browse mode). 26 Repeating individual tracks or whole directories REPEAT (not in MP3 browse mode). 26 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 26
Radio mode.. 12
Switching to radio mode. 12 RDS function (only FM).. 12 Selecting the waveband / memory bank.. 13 Tuning into a station.. 13 Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning. 13 Storing stations.. 14 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 14 Listening to stored stations. 14 Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)... 14 Setting the scanning time. 14 Programme type (PTY). 15 Optimising radio reception. 16
CD-changer mode.. 27
Switching to CD-changer mode.. 27 Selecting CDs. 27 Selecting tracks.. 27 Fast searching (audible). 27 Changing the display. 28 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT).. 28 Random track play (MIX).. 28 Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)... 29 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 29 Naming CDs.. 29
Switching the equalizer on/off. 34 Selecting sound presets. 34 Selecting vehicle presets.. 34 Automatic equalizer calibration (only Acapulco MP54). 35 Manually adjusting the equalizer.. 36 Help adjusting the equalizer. 37
Adjusting the display settings 38
Switching the bar graph on/off. 38 Switching the power meter on/off. 38 Adjusting the display brightness.. 38 Adjusting the viewing angle. 39 Setting the display illumination colour (only Acapulco MP54). 39
CLOCK time.. 31
Displaying the time. 31 Setting the clock automatically. 31 Setting the clock manually. 31 Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode. 31 Displaying the time continuously when the device is off and the ignition is on.. 32
External audio sources.. 41
Switching the AUX input on/off. 41
Amplifier.. 42 Tuner.. 42 CD.. 42 Pre-amp out.. 42 Input sensitivity.. 42
Adjusting the bass.. 32 Adjusting the treble.. 32 Setting the left/right volume distribution (balance). 33 Adjusting the front/rear volume distribution (fader).. 33
NOTES AND ACCESSORIES
Thank you for choosing 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 device, please contact your dealer or the telephone hotline for your country. You will find the telephone number 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.de or ask for them directly at: Blaupunkt GmbH Hotline Robert Bosch Str. Hildesheim Germany Road safety has absolute priority. Only operate your car sound system if the road and traffic conditions allow you to do so. Familiarise yourself with the device before setting off on your journey. You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens in good time from inside your vehicle. For this reason, listen to your car sound system at a suitable volume level during your journey.
Notes and accessories
If you want to install your car sound system yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions that follow these operating instructions.
Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt. Remote control The optional RC08 or RC10 remote control allows you to access the most important functions of your car sound system safely and conveniently from your steering wheel. You cannot switch the device on/off using the remote control. Amplifiers You can use all Blaupunkt and Velocity amplifiers.
CD changers You can connect the following Blaupunkt CD changers: CDC A 08, IDC A 09 and CDC A 03. Compact Drive MP3 You can connect the Compact Drive MP3 instead of a CD-changer in order to play MP3 music tracks. If you decide to connect a Compact Drive MP3, you will first need to use a computer to store the MP3 music tracks on the Microdrive hard disk that is inside the Compact Drive MP3. Then, when the Compact Drive MP3 is connected to the car sound system, you can play the tracks like normal CD music tracks. The Compact Drive MP3 is operated in a similar way to a CD-changer. Most of the CD-changer functions can also be used with the Compact Drive MP3.
station buttons 1 - or 4 - 6 ; for longer than two seconds to assign the station to that button.
Press and hold down the OK button : for longer than two seconds. Scanning begins. SCAN appears briefly in the display followed by a flashing display of the current station name or frequency. Cancelling SCAN and continuing listening to a station
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can automatically store the six stations offering the best reception in the region. The stations are stored in the FMT or AMT memory bank. Note: Any stations that were previously stored in this memory bank are deleted in the process.
Press the OK button :.
Scanning stops and the radio continues playing the station that it tuned into last.
Press and hold down the FMTS
button 4 or AM button = for longer than two seconds. The storing procedure begins. TRAVEL STORE appears in the display. After the process is completed, the station stored in location 1 of the FMT or AMT memory bank will be played.
Setting the scanning time Press the MENU button 9.
or button 7 repeatedly until VARIOUS MENU appears in the display.
the menu. SCAN TIME and the currently set time are displayed.
Listening to stored stations Select the memory bank. Press the station button 1 - or
4 - 6 ; that the station you want to listen to is assigned to.
Set the scanning time that you
want using the buttons 7.
When you have finished making your changes,
Selecting a programme type and starting seek tuning
Note: The scanning time that you set is also applied by the system to scanning carried out in CD/MP3 mode and CD-changer mode.
If you want to select another programme type, you can do so by pressing the or button 7 whilst this display is visible. Or
Switching PTY on/off
the tuner menu. PTY and the current setting appear in the display.
Note: If the tuner does not find a station that corresponds to the selected programme type, you will hear a beep and NO PTY appears briefly in the display. The radio will then retune to the station that it received last.
Naming radio stations (only FM)
Activating/deactivating the radio text display
Some stations use the RDS signal to broadcast scrolling texts known as radio texts. You can allow radio texts to be displayed or you can block them.
or button 7 repeatedly until R-TEXT appears in the display.
or button 7 repeatedly until STATION NAME appears in the display. button 7.
or button 7 to switch radio text on/off. R-TEXT OFF means that no radio texts will be displayed and R-TEXT ON means they will be displayed.
You will now enter editing mode. The currently set name is displayed and the first text input position flashes.
/ buttons 7 to select the character that you want. If you want an empty space, simply select the underscore. or button 7 to move from one text input position to another.
You can use this device to play standard audio CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs with a diameter of 12 cm. To avoid problems when playing CDs, you should not burn CDs at speeds greater than 16speed. Besides being able to play audio CDs on this device, you can also play CDs containing MP3 music files. For further information, please read the chapter entitled MP3 mode. Risk of severe damage to the CD drive! CD singles with a diameter of 8 cm and non-circular contoured CDs (shape CDs) must not be used. We accept no responsibility for any damage to the CD drive that may occur as a result of the use of unsuitable CDs. Note: If the device was switched off before you inserted the CD, you will first have to switch on the device by pressing button 1 in order to start playing the CD. If a CD is already inserted in the drive, press the SRC button @ repeatedly until CD appears in the display. Playback begins from the point at which it was last interrupted.
Selecting tracks Press one of the arrow buttons 7
to select the next or previous track. If you press the or button 7 once, the player will play the current track again from the beginning.
Fast track selection
To quickly select tracks backwards or forwards,
Switching to CD mode
If there is no CD inserted in the drive, press the button 2. The flip-release panel opens. Gently insert the CD with its printed side uppermost into the drive until you feel some resistance. The drive draws in the CD automatically. You must not hinder or assist the drive as it draws in the CD. Gently close the control panel whilst exerting a little pressure until you feel it click into place. The CD starts playing.
press and hold down one of the
/ buttons 7 until fast-reverse / fast-forward track selection begins.
Fast searching (audible)
To fast search backwards or forwards,
buttons 7 until fast searching backwards / forwards begins.
Random track play (MIX) Press the 4 MIX button ;.
MIX CD ON appears briefly in the display and the MIX symbol lights up. The next randomly selected track will then be played.
Press the 4 MIX button ; again.
MIX CD OFF appears briefly in the display and the MIX symbol disappears.
Cancelling REPEAT If you want to cancel the repeat function,
press the 5 RPT button ; again.
RPT TRK OFF appears briefly in the display and the RPT symbol disappears. Normal playback is then resumed.
Scanning tracks (SCAN)
You can scan (briefly play) all the tracks on the CD.
Press and hold down the OK button : for longer than two seconds. The next track will then be scanned. Note: You can set the scanning time. For further information, please read the section entitled Setting the scanning time in the Radio mode chapter. Cancelling SCAN and continuing listening to a track
Pausing playback (PAUSE) Press the 6 button ;.
PAUSE appears in the display. Cancelling pause button ; while in pause mode. Playback is resumed.
Press the 6
Changing the display
You can choose from various display options in CD mode: NORMAL MODE: First line: Track number Second line: Playing time INFO MODE: First line: Track number and playing time. Second line: CD text or CD name CLOCK TIME: First line: Track number and playing time. Second line: CD text or CD name and clock time
To stop scanning, press the OK
button :. The currently scanned track will then continue to be played normally.
Repeating tracks (REPEAT)
If you want to repeat a track,
press the 5 RPT button ;.
RPT TRK ON appears briefly in the display and the RPT symbol lights up. The track is repeated continuously until you deactivate RPT.
Note: In the menu you can configure whether you want to display the CD text or the CD name. For further information, please read the following section entitled Displaying CD text. CD text can only be displayed if the appropriate information is contained on the CD. The CD name can only be displayed if you have already named the CD. For further information, please read the section entitled Naming CDs. To switch between the display options,
Let go of the MENU button 9.
The CD names will be deleted.
pressing the MENU button 9.
button 9. After four seconds you will hear a beep and DELETE NAME appears in the display.
The CD name will be deleted.
Ejecting a CD Press the button 2.
The flip-release panel opens out towards you.
You can also use this car sound system to play CD-Rs and CD-RWs that contain 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 will be able to create smaller files but this will be accompanied by a loss in audio quality.
Press the eject button A next to
the CD compartment. The CD is ejected.
Remove the CD and close the control panel. Note: If a CD is ejected, the drive will automatically draw it back in again after 10 seconds. You can also eject CDs whilst the device is switched off or whilst another audio source is activated.
Preparing an MP3-CD
The various combinations of CD burners, CD burning software and CD blanks may lead to problems arising with the devices ability to play certain CDs. If problems occur with your own burned CDs, you should try another brand of CD blank or choose another colour of CD blank. To avoid problems when playing CDs, you should not burn CDs at speeds greater than 16-speed. The format of the CD must be ISO 9660 Level 1 / Level 2 or Joliet. Other formats cannot be played reliably. You can create a maximum of 253 directories on a CD. You can use this device to access each of these directories. Regardless of the number of directories on the CD, the device can handle up to 65,535 MP3 files on a single CD - even if they are all stored in one directory.
This device supports as many subdirectories as your burner software can create despite the fact that the maximum directory depth defined by the ISO 9660 standard is only 8. Note: When naming directories and tracks/files you should avoid using accents and special characters. You can use a maximum of 32 characters (including the.MP3 file extension) 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 also have the option of sorting the files manually. To do so, you should place a number (e.g. 001, 002, etc.) at the beginning of each file name - you must include the leading zeros. MP3 tracks can contain additional information such as the artist, album and track names (ID3 tags). This device can display ID3 tags (version 1). When creating (encoding) MP3 files from audio files, you should use bit rates up to a maximum of 256 kbits/sec. This device can only play MP3 files that have the.MP3 file extension. Notes: To ensure uninterrupted playback, do not try changing the file extension to.MP3 of any files other than MP3 files and then attempt to play them! The device will ignore these invalid files during playback. Do not use mixed CDs containing both non-MP3 data and MP3 tracks (the device only reads MP3 files during MP3 playback). 23
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
D i r e c t o r i e s
T r a c k s F i l e s
You can name each directory using a PC. The device is capable of displaying the directory name. Name the directories and tracks/files using your CD burner software. The softwares instruction manual will provide details on how to do this.
Do not use mix-mode CDs containing both CD-audio tracks and MP3 tracks. If you try playing a mixmode CD, the device will only play the CD-audio tracks.
Switching to MP3 mode
MP3 mode is activated in the same way as normal CD mode. For further information, please read the section entitled Switching to CD mode in the CD mode chapter.
Note: You can use MP3 browse mode to find MP3 files on your CD quickly and conveniently. You cannot use the fast search, MIX, SCAN or REPEAT functions whilst in MP3 browse mode. 4. TRACK AND DIR MODE: First line: Track number and playing time. Second line: Directory number 5. CLOCK MODE: First line: Directory number and track number. Second line: CD text or CD name and clock time To switch between the different display options,
Configuring the display
Configuring the default display You can display various types of information on the current track: 1. NORMAL MODE: First line: Track name Second line: Directory name 2. INFO MODE: First line: Track name. Second line: MP3-ID TAG (if available and activated, see Selecting MP3 info). Note: The system can display MP3-ID tags (version 1) if they have been saved with the MP3 files (for further information, please read the instructions that came with your PCs MP3 software or burner software). 3. MP3 BROWSE MODE: First line: Directory name Second line: Track name.
press the DISESC button 8. Selecting a directory
Selecting a directory using the arrow buttons (Normal, info, track and dir and clock mode) To move up or down to another directory,
or several times.
button 7 once or
Note: The device will automatically skip any directories that do not contain MP3 files. The device will automatically correct the number of directories for the display. This number might therefore no longer be identical to the number of directories that you actually created.
Selecting the directory in browse mode You can display the current and subsequent directory in both lines of the display. The directories are displayed with the names that you created when burning the CD. Whilst the directories are being displayed, you can use the arrow buttons to display and select all the available directories. Selecting tracks in browse mode Browse mode conveniently allows you to view the tracks contained in a directory and then select a particular track.
press the DISESC button 8.
In the menu you can choose to display the CD name (if available) instead of the CD number. (For further information, please read the Naming CDs section):
repeatedly press button 5 RPT ;
until REPEAT OFF appears in the display and RPT disappears.
Random track play (MIX)
To play the tracks on the current CD in random order,
MIX CD appears briefly and MIX lights up in the display. To play the tracks on all inserted CDs in random order, press the 4 MIX button ; again. MIX ALL appears briefly and MIX lights up in the display. Cancelling MIX Briefly and repeatedly press the 4 MIX button ; until MIX OFF appears in the display and MIX disappears.
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until CD NAME or DISC NUMBER appears in the display. buttons 7 to switch between the CD NAME and DISC NUMBER options. When you have finished making your changes,
The car sound system allows you to assign names for up to 30 CDs so that you can recognise them more easily. The names can be a maximum of seven characters long. CD NAME FULL will appear in the display if you try assigning more than 30 names. Entering/editing CD names
Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)
To scan (briefly play) all the tracks on all the inserted CDs in ascending order, press and hold down the OK button : for longer than two seconds. SCAN and the selected display mode appear alternately in the display. Stopping SCAN To stop scanning, briefly press the OK button :. The currently scanned track will then continue to be played normally. Note: You can set the scanning time. For further information, please read the section entitled Setting the scanning time in the Radio mode chapter.
You will now enter editing mode. If your CD does not have a name yet, ABCDEFG appears in the display. The currently active text input position flashes.
All CD names will be deleted.
Press the OK button : to return to
pressing the MENU button 9. Deleting all CD names You can delete all the CD names stored in the car sound system.
Displaying the time
You can make the clock time appear continuously in the bottom part of the display while any audio source is activated. For further information, please read the Configuring the display sections in the relevant chapters.
or button 7 repeatedly until CLOCK SET appears in the display.
The time appears in the display. The hours flash and can be adjusted.
Set the hours using the
tons 7. Once the hours are set,
Setting the clock automatically
You can configure the system to set the clock time automatically using the RDS signal.
button 7. /
The minutes flash.
Press the MENU button 9. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until CLOCK MENU appears in the display.
Set the minutes using the
Press the OK button : and then
the MENU button 9.
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until CLOCK AUTO or CLOCK MANUAL appears in the display.
Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode Press the MENU button 9. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until CLOCK MENU appears in the display.
Select the CLOCK AUTO setting
using the or button 7.
The menu appears again.
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until 24 HOUR MODE or 12 HOUR MODE appears in the display. or button 7 to switch between the modes. When you have finished making your changes,
Setting the clock manually
To set the clock time manually,
press the MENU button 9. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until CLOCK MENU appears in the display.
Displaying the time continuously when the device is off and the ignition is on
To display the time when the device is off and the vehicle ignition is on,
You can adjust the sound settings (bass and treble) separately for each source (radio, CD/MP3, CD changer, AUX, telephone/navigation). The volume distribution settings (balance and fader) apply to all the audio sources. Note: You can only adjust the audio settings for traffic announcements and the navigation system whilst a traffic announcement or navigation announcement is actually playing. Likewise, you can only adjust the telephone audio settings during a telephone call.
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until OFF CLOCK OFF or OFF CLOCK ON appears in the display. or button 7 to switch between the ON/OFF settings. When you have finished making your changes,
Adjusting the bass Press the AUDIO button >.
BASS appears in the display.
or just the bass.
To switch the equalizer on/off,
Press the OK button :. Repeatedly press the or
button 7 until the sound preset that you want is displayed.
press the DEQ button ?.
The equalizer menu appears in the display. To activate the equalizer,
Press the DEQ button ?.
The settings are saved.
Selecting vehicle presets
You can choose from optimised equalizer settings for the following vehicle types. COMPACT 4DOOR CONVERT VAN ROADSTER MINI TRUCK
select one of the sound presets or
adjust the equalizer manually. For further information, please read the sections that follow in this chapter. To deactivate the equalizer,
or button 7 repeatedly until EQ OFF appears in the display.
The settings for these vehicle types have already been programmed. Press the DEQ button ?. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until CAR PRESETS appears in the display. Press the OK button :. Repeatedly press the or button 7 until the vehicle type that you want is displayed. Press the DEQ button ?. The settings are saved. Really quiet surroundings are required for the calibration. Any extraneous noise will distort the measured values. The windows, doors and sunroof must remain closed during the calibration process. You should be seated in the driving seat throughout this procedure. Note: You can obtain the calibration microphone necessary for this from accessory retailers. During calibration, the temperature inside the vehicle must not exceed 55 C since this could lead to falsified measurements. The sound radiating from the loudspeakers must not be obstructed by any objects. All the loudspeakers must be connected. The microphone must be connected to the device. To calibrate the automatic equalizer,
Automatic equalizer calibration (only Acapulco MP54)
You can electronically calibrate and store values for three different situations, e.g.: EQ 1 for the driver only EQ 2 for the driver and front passenger EQ 3 for the front and rear occupants Hold the calibration microphone in the appropriate position whilst calibration is taking place. The position of the calibration microphone for Situation 1 (e.g. for the driver alone) is at the height of the drivers head, approx. 10 cm next to the right ear. For Situation 2, the calibration microphone should be positioned at head height between the driver and the front passenger. For Situation 3, you should position the calibration microphone at head height in the centre of the vehicle interior (left/ right, front/rear).
press the DEQ button ?. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until MANUAL EQ appears in the display.
Adjusting the viewing angle
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until DISPLAY COLOR appears in the display.
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until the colour that you want is displayed. When you have finished making your changes,
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until ANGLE appears in the display with the current setting. or button 7 to adjust the viewing angle. When you have finished making your changes,
press the OK : button and then
the MENU button 9. The settings are saved. Mixing a colour for the display illumination To customise the display illumination to suit your tastes you can mix a colour yourself using the three primary colours red, blue and green.
press the MENU button 9. Setting the display illumination colour (only Acapulco MP54)
When setting the display illumination, you can choose one of four preset colours or you can mix a colour yourself from the RGB spectrum (red-greenblue) or you can select a colour during a colour scan. Selecting a preset colour Four different colours are already stored in the device. Ocean (blue), Amber, Sunset (red-orange) and Nature (green) are available. Select a colour that best suits your vehicle interior.
or button 7 repeatedly until DISPLAY MENU appears in the display.
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until USER COLOR appears in the display.
The menu for mixing your own colour is displayed. The top line displays R, G and B with the current values. The R setting flashes. 39
or button 7 repeatedly until the setting that you want is displayed. Mixing the button illumination colour (only Acapulco MP54) You can mix your own button/key illumination colour using the two primary colours red and green.
or button 7 to move the selection marker to the position after the other colours.
Adjust the other colour components to suit your preferences. When you have finished making your changes,
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until KEY COLOR appears in the display.
the MENU button 9. The settings are saved. Selecting a display illumination colour during a colour scan
The menu for mixing your own colour is displayed. The top line displays R for red and G for green with the current values. The R setting (red) flashes.
or button 7 repeatedly until the value that you want is displayed.
button 7 to move the selection marker to the position after G.
Press the OK button :. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until COLOR SCAN appears in the display. The device starts changing the display illumination colour. If you want to select one of the colours,
Adjust the green colour component
to suit your preferences. When you have finished making your changes,
the MENU button 9. The settings are saved.
EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES
In addition to the CD changer, you can also connect another external audio source equipped with a line output. If no CD changer is connected to the device, you can connect two external audio sources. Audio sources can, for example, be portable CD players, MiniDisc players or MP3 players. The AUX input must be activated in the menu. If you want to connect an external audio source, you will need an adapter cable. You can obtain this cable (Blaupunkt no.: 897 093) from your authorised Blaupunkt dealer.
External audio sources
Note: If the AUX input is switched on, you can select it by pressing the SRC button @.
Switching the AUX input on/off Press the MENU button 9. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until AUX MENU appears in the display.
button 7 until AUX2 or AUX1 appears in the display. If a CD changer is connected, AUX1 is not available. buttons 7 to switch between the ON and OFF options.
Output power: 4 x 18 watts sine at 14.4 V and 1% distortion factor at 4 ohms. 4 x 26 watts sine in accordance with DIN 45324 at 14.4 V at 4 ohms. 4 x 50 watts max. power
Wavebands: FM : AM : 87.5 - 107.9 MHz 530 - kHz
FM frequency response: 35 - 16,000 Hz
Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
4 channels: 4V
AUX input: 2 V / 6 k Tel./Navi input: 10 V / 1 k
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