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Acapulco RDM 168 Biarritz RDM 169 Sevilla RDM 168
Remote control RC 08 (optional)
The display consists of three fields and varies according to the operating mode and function.
- Stereo - CD inserted LD - Loudness Radio mode AF - Alternative Frequency for RDS PTY - RDS programme type TA - Priority for traffic information TP - Traffic programme station lo - Seek tuning sensitivity CD mode RPT Repeat function MIX Tracks played at random CD changer mode optional RPT - Repeat function MIX - Tracks played at random
CD changer mode (optional) Current track Audio Numeric and graphic representation of the volume and audio settings DSC Permanent display for DSC programming. Graphic representation of the volume level selected.
DSC Serves as display and input field during DSC programming Clock display Miscellaneous Indicates new source and the active functions (e.g. SCAN)
CD changer mode (optional) Current CD playing CD time (elapsed time), CD name and brief indication of changes in function Clock display
CD mode Current track
CD mode CD time (elapsed playback time), CD name, CD number and brief indication of function switch, Clock display
Display field 1: Radio mode Memory banks and wavebands Brief indication of preset station (e.g. P1)
Display field 2: Radio mode Radio frequency or station name PTY programme type Clock display
Display field 3: Displays active functions
Display.. 31 Equipment features list.. 33 Quick reference.. 34
Remote control operation. 38 Selecting a waveband. 42 Station tuning.. 42 Scrolling through the broadcast networks (FM only). 42 Switching between the memory banks (FM).. 42 Storing stations.. 42 Storing stations with the strongest reception automatically with Travelstore.. 43 Recalling stored stations.. 43 Scanning stations with Radio Scan. 43 Changing the scan time. 43 Selecting the automatic tuning sensitivity... 43 Switching between Stereo/Mono (FM). 44 PTY - Programme Type. 44 Programme types.. 44 Switching PTY ON/OFF. 44 Checking the programme type of the station... 44 Selecting a programme type. 44 Storing programme types. 45 Scanning stations with PTY SCAN. 45 PTY priority.. 45
Traffic programme station reception with RDS-EON. 46
Traffic announcement priority on/off. 46 Warning beep.. 46 Switching the warning beep off. 46 Automatic seek tuning start (CD mode).. 46 Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements and the warning beep. 46
Important notes.. 39
What you need to know. 39 Traffic safety... 39 Installation.. 39 Telephone mute. 39 Accessories (optional). 39 Additional amplifiers. 39 CD changers.. 39 Remote control unit.. 39
CD operation.. 47
Switching on the CD mode. 47 Inserting a CD.. 47 Removing a CD. 47 Selecting a track.. 47 CD-MIX operation.. 47 CD-PAUSE.. 47 CD-Repeat (RPT).. 48 CD-Scan.. 48
Theft protection system / Release panel. 40
Detaching the release panel.. 40 Attaching the release panel. 40 Care of the control panel.. 40 Fixing the release panel.. 40
CD changer operation. 48
Inserting CDs.. 48 Removing CDs.. 48 CD playback... 48 Selecting a track.. 48 MIX... 49 CD-PAUSE.. 49 CD-Scan.. 49 Selecting the display mode. 49
Selecting the operating mode.. 41 Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System ). 41
AF - Alternative frequency.. 41 REG - regional programme. 41 32
CD naming. 50
Start entering CD names.. 50 Altering CD names. 50 Deleting CD names.. 50
Biarritz RDM 169, Sevilla RDM 168 Features in common: RDS (FM/MW/LW) EON PTY (Station search according to program type) Codem D reception concept 30 station presets Clock (precision timing via RDS; switches automatically between standard and daylight savings time) Release panel (electronic detachable operating panel) 4-channel preamp out 3V 4 x 40 watts of maximum power output CD player DMS Disc Management System (CD changer connection possible) AUX (connection for auxiliary sound source) Infrared remote control unit (optional) Telephone mute (sound sources muted during telephone calls) Bass Logic (1-band equalizer) to adjust bass and mid-range frequencies Individual sound settings of each sound source (Source Tone Memory)
Acapulco RDM 168 with multi-colour display in blue + Digital parametric equalizer (2-band) to adjust mid-range and high frequencies + SHARX: automatic intermediate frequency switching designed to reduce interference from adjacent radio stations + CD naming
Setting the clock.. 52 Displaying the clock.. 52 Correcting the time after the power has been disconnected.. 52 Deactivating the hour correction function.. 52
Setting the equalizer.. 53
Notes on making the settings.. 53 Assistance in setting your equalizer.. 54
DSC programming.. 55
Overview of the DSC factory settings. 57
Amplifier.. 57 Tuner... 57 CD.. 57 CD Changer.. 57
Equipment features list
1 Detachable operating panel Press the REL button to release the detachable operating panel and remove it from the vehicle. To re-attach the panel, set it into the guide on the right-hand side of the chassis. Gently press in the left side of the panel until it snaps into place. Be sure not to press or apply any pressure directly on the display. 2 Switching the unit on/off With the operating panel in place and the ignition switched on, press the on/ off button in the middle of the volume knob briefly or insert a CD into the unit. It will play at the preset volume. Switching on/off with the ignition: If the unit has been connected as described in the instructions, it can also be turned on and off with the vehicle ignition. The unit will switch on in the mode used last before it was switched off. Switching on when the ignition is off: It is possible to play the unit with the ignition turned off (as long as the operating panel is in place): Press the on/ off button in the middle of the volume knob briefly to switch the unit on. 34 When the unit is switched on, it will play at the preset volume. To adjust the volume, turn the volume control. Turn the volume control in a clockwise direction to raise the volume and in a counter-clockwise direction to lower the volume. To lower the volume quickly, press the on/off button briefly. Mute will appear in the display and the volume will drop to the mute value set in the DSC menu. Press the on/off button again or turn the volume control to cancel the mute To prevent the battery from running down, the system will turn off automatically after approximately one hour of playback. 3 Eject Press this button to eject the CD from the radio unit. 4 Volume adjustment: 6 Display The display indicates all settings, operating modes and functions. 7 Rocker switch function. The mute function and the preset volume can be altered, refer to DSC programming. 5 CD insert After a CD is inserted with the label facing up, it will automatically be transported to its playing position. The unit will automatically switch to playback.
/ Automatic seek tuning Up Down
<< >> Manual seek tuning <</>> Up/down in short intervals (for FM only if AF is off)
For FM only:
<</>> Scrolls through the broadcast networks, if AF is on. Example: NDR 1, 2, 4, N-Joy,.
/ Select track: Up Down, If is pressed only once the unit will return to the beginning of the track currently playing. Fast forward, audible (CUE) Hold >> pressed down for as long as necessary. Fast reverse, audible (REVIEW) Hold << pressed down for as long as necessary.
8 SC-scan/SRC Radio mode Press SC for approximately 2 seconds. You will hear a beep and SCAN will appear in the display, flashing alternately with the station name abbreviation of the station currently being scanned. All of the FM stations within reception range will be scanned. PTY-Scan PTY-Scan cannot be started unless PTY is switched on (PTY is lit up in the display). Press SC for approximately 2 seconds. You will hear a beep and PTY
CD changer mode Press SC briefly. All of the CD tracks will be scanned briefly. SCAN will appear in the display. Stop CD-Scan: Press SC again.
/ Select CD Up Down
<< >> Select track >> Up: press briefly
CUE - fast forward (audible): hold button down.
<< Down: press two or more times briefly
Additional rocker switch functions: For additional settings use AUD DSC-Mode PTY 4 Important: The corresponding function must be active.
CD mode Press SC for approximately 2 seconds. You will hear a beep and SCAN will appear in the display. The tracks on the CD will be scanned. Stop the CD Scan function: Press SC.
Repeat track: press once briefly. REVIEW - fast reverse (audible) - hold button down.
SCAN will appear in the display, flashing alternately with the station name abbreviation of the station currently being scanned. The stations broadcasting the program type selected will be scanned. Stop the Scan/PTY-Scan function: Press SC or the rocker switch briefly.
SE will appear in the display. Press button again to resume CD playback. 4/RPT - Repeat Press the station preset button marked 4/RPT to repeat the CD track currently playing. REPEAT-T will appear briefly in the display. RPT will light up in display field 3. The track title will repeat until 4/RPT is pressed again or you press the rocker switch to select a different track. 5/MIX Press the station preset button marked 5/MIX to switch to MIX playback for the CD currently playing. The tracks on the CD will be played in random order. The current setting is briefly indicated in the display: MIX CD will flash briefly in the display and MIX will appear in display field 3. Press 5/MIX again to switch this function off. CD-Changer mode 3/ - Pause Press the station preset button marked 3/II to interrupt CD playback. PAUSE
will appear in the display. Press button again to resume CD playback. 4/RPT - Repeat Press the station preset button marked 4/RPT to repeat the CD track currently playing. REPEAT-T will appear briefly in the display. To activate the repeat function for the disc currently playing, hold down 4/RPT until you hear a beep. REPEAT-D will appear briefly in the display. Press 4/RPT again to end the repeat function. 5/MIX Press the station preset button marked 5/MIX to switch to MIX playback for the CD currently playing. The tracks on the CD will be played in random order. The current setting is briefly indicated in the display: MIX CD. To activate the MIX function for all of the tracks on the CDs in the magazine, hold down 5/MIX until you hear a beep. MIX ALL will appear briefly in the display. Press 5/MIX again to switch this function off.
> PTY (Programme Type) With PTY the station preset buttons become programme buttons. You can select a different programme type on each of the presets, e.g. news, sport, rock, pop, education, etc. Using the rocker switch <</>> it is possible to recall all of the PTY programme types, if PTY is activated. Press PTY briefly and PTY will light up in the display. Press PTY again to switch the function off. ? AFTA Alternative Frequency in RDS mode: Switch the AF function on/off: Press the AF button for approximately 2 seconds. AF will appear in the display. 37
Use the SRC (source) button to select between radio, CD and CD changer, if applicable. The CD mode is not available unless a CD has been inserted. The CD changer mode is not available unless a CD changer is connected and a CD magazine inserted. Otherwise, No CD will appear in the display. Press SRC to switch between the operating modes.
The Radio Data System enhances your enjoyment when you listen to FM radio stations. More and more radio stations now broadcast RDS information along with their regular programming. As soon as radio programmes are identified, the station name including a regional identifier, if applicable, will appear in the display, for example, NDR1 NDS (regional programme in Lower Saxony, Germany). When RDS is activated, the preset buttons become programme buttons. You now know exactly which programme you have tuned into, making it easy to find the desired station quickly. But RDS also offers you further advantages:
REG - regional programme
Certain radio programmes are split up at times into regional programmes offering local information. The 1st programme broadcast by NDR, for example, offers programmes with different contents in the northern German states of Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg and Lower Saxony at certain times of the day. If you are listening to a particular regional programme and wish to continue doing so, select REG ON in the DSC mode. If you leave the service area of the regional programme you are tuned into, or if you would like to take full advantage of RDS service, switch to REG OFF in the DSC mode. The display will briefly indicate whether this function is switched on or off with REG ON or OFF when you switch on the AF function.
tomatically searching for an alternative frequency. SEARCH will disappear from the display when the alternative frequency has been found or after the frequency band has run through completely. If the reception quality of the programme selected deteriorates beyond a certain point, tune into another station.
Selecting the operating mode
Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)
Selecting a waveband
The following wavebands are available: UKW (FM) 87,5 - 108 MHz, MW 531 - 1602 kHz and LW 153 - 279 kHz Press the BA/TS button to select the desired waveband.
Manual tuning with << >> You can also tune into a station manually. Important: AF and PTY must be switched off (i.e. the symbols do not light up in the display). If necessary, deactivate these function by pressing AF.TA or PTY. Manual tuning: Press << >>; the frequency will change in short intervals in the corresponding direction. If you hold << >> pressed to the left or the right on the rocker switch, the frequency scan will speed up.
Automatic seek tuning / Press / ; the car radio will automatically search for the next station. If you hold / pressed up or down on the rocker switch, seek tuning will speed up in the corresponding direction.
To do this, you can start the Travelstore seek operation: Press BA/TS for 2 seconds; the system will start to run through the frequency band. If AF is not lit up, Press AF.TA until you hear a beep. It is now possible to select stations using << >>.
Switching between the memory banks (FM)
You can switch between the memory banks I, II and T in order to store stations and recall them later. The currently selected memory bank will appear in the display. Press the BA/TS button as many times as necessary until the desired memory bank lights up in the display.
Scrolling through the broadcast networks (FM only)
You can use the << >> buttons to tune into stations in your reception area. If it is possible to receive several programmes in the same broadcast network, you can scroll through them in the forwards direction by pressing >>, or backwards using the << button, e.g. NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, N-JOY,. For this to work properly you must have already tuned into the stations at least once and AF must be active (lights up in the display).
On FM, you can store six stations on the preset buttons 1 - 6 for each of the memory banks (I, II, T). On MW/LW, you can also store six stations each. Select the appropriate waveband by pressing BA/TS.
Automatic seek tuning Up Down <</>> Up/down in short intervals (on FM only if AF is switched off)
Tune into a station with the rocker switch (either automatically or manually).
You can automatically store the six FM stations with the most powerful signals in your current reception area sorted according to their signal strength. This function is particularly convenient on longer trips. Press the BA/TS button for 2 seconds. T-STORE will appear in the display. The six strongest FM stations will be automatically stored on the memory bank T (Travelstore). When this process has been
You can scan through all of the stations in your reception area. To start the Scan function: Press SC for approximately 2 seconds. The scanned frequency or the station name will start flashing in the display. During the scanning process FM-SCAN or
You can alter the automatic tuning sensitivity. If lo is displayed, the radio will only pick up strong, local stations (low sensitivity). If lo does not light up, the radio will also pick up weaker, more distant stations. To switch the automatic tuning sensitivity and program the sensitivity level, refer to the section on DSC programming.
Storing stations with the strongest reception automatically with Travelstore
Press the corresponding preset button briefly to recall the station.
Scanning stations with Radio Scan
Selecting the automatic tuning sensitivity
Note: If you attempt to store a station which is already stored, the corresponding station and the station preset will flash in the display if you are in a different memory bank.
You can recall any stored station at the touch of a button. Select the waveband by pressing BA/ TS. For FM, also choose the corresponding memory bank by pressing the BA/TS button as many times as necessary until the desired bank appears in the display.
The scan time per radio station can be set to between 5 and 20 seconds. For more detailed information, refer to the section on DSC programming - SCANTIME.
Changing the scan time
Press the desired preset button until the radio resumes play after the muting (takes approximately 2 seconds) or until you hear a beep. Now the station has been stored. The display will indicate which station has been stored.
completed, the name of the strongest station will appear in the display and begin to play. If desired, stations can also be stored manually in the Travelstore bank, refer to the section on Storing stations.
AM-SCAN will light up in the display. If you want to continue listening to the station which is being scanned, then Press SC briefly. This ends the Radio Scan function. If no station is selected, the scan function will switch off after the frequency band has run through. The station selected previously will resume play.
Recalling stored stations
Switching between Stereo/Mono (FM)
You can switch between Stereo/Mono in the DSC menu. This can be an advantage when the station reception is poor. The car audio system will select stereo automatically when it is switched on. When reception quality deteriorates, the system will switch to mono playback. Refer to the section on Stereo/Mono in DSC programming for information on how to switch from stereo to mono. The playback mode selected is indicated in the display.
Checking the programme type of the station Switch PTY on by pressing the PTY button. Use <</>> to have the last selected programme type displayed and to choose a new one. You can select any one of the stored types with the preset buttons 1-6. The following list indicates some of the programme types which are currently available. POP ROCK WEATHER CHILDREN TRAVEL HOBBIES JAZZ OLDIES NEWS SPORT CULTURE Refer to DSC programming PTY Lang to find information on switching the language used to display the programme types between German and English. Press PTY for approximately 2 seconds. After the beep the display will show the programme type offered by the station currently playing. If NONE appears in the display, the current station has no PTY code.
Selecting a programme type
a) Using the preset buttons When PTY is switched on, you can use the preset buttons 1-6 to select the programme types stored at the factory. Press one of the presets 1-6. The selected programme type will be displayed for 2 seconds. If you would like to listen to a station with this PTY, press / to start the seek tuning function. If the radio is unable to find a station offering the selected programme type, the display will show NO PTY and a beep will be emitted. The radio will select the station which was tuned into before seek tuning was activated. You can assign different programme types to each preset position. Please refer to the next section on Storing programme types.
PTY - Programme Type
PTY is an RDS service offered by an increasing number of broadcasting stations. This feature allows you to select FM stations automatically according to their programme type. After you have chosen the PTY of your preference, the corresponding stations can be selected either by seek tuning or using the scan function.
Switching PTY ON/OFF
Press PTY. When the function is active, the programme type selected last will briefly appear in the display and PTY will appear permanently. 44
b) Using the <</>> buttons on the rocker switch When PTY is switched on, you can select a programme type using buttons <</>>. Press << or >>; the programme type selected last will be displayed for 3 seconds. During this period press >> (forwards) or << (backwards) to select the desired type. Press << or >> as many times as required.
If necessary, press the PTY button to switch on the function.
Situation: PTY is switched on and lights up in the display. No station offering the selected programme type can be found currently in your reception range (with seek tuning or scan). The set will switch back to the station previously tuned into.
Storing programme types
Each of the preset buttons 1-6 has been assigned one programme type at the factory. If desired, you can also replace these with other available programme types. To do so, make sure that PTY lights up in the display.
Note: As already mentioned, these functions are only supported by a limited number of RDS stations at the present time.
If you would like to listen to a station with the selected PTY, press / to start the seek tuning function. If the radio is unable to find a station offering the selected programme type, the display will show NO PTY and a beep will be emitted. The radio will select the station which was tuned into before seek tuning was activated.
Important: PTY must appear in the display. Press SC. All of the stations in your current reception area offering the selected programme type will be scanned. To switch off PTY-SCAN: Press SC or the rocker switch again.
During CD operation, the set will also switch to the radio programme if the selected PTY becomes available within the broadcast network. After the PTY programme has ended the system will switch back to the previous mode (radio or CD).
Scanning stations with PTY SCAN
Select a programme type using buttons <</>> and hold down the desired preset button (1-6) until you hear a beep. Now the selected programme type can be recalled by pressing this preset as long as PTY lights up in the display.
As soon as it is possible to receive a programme in the broadcast network with the PTY selected, the radio will switch over to the corresponding station for the duration of the programme. Example: - Station playing: NDR3. - PTY lights up in the display. - Programme type POP selected. - Seek tuning is started. - No station with PTY-POP can be found. - The display shows NO PTY and - automatically switches back to NDR3. - NDR2 airs a PTY-POP programme. - The radio will switch to the linked stati on NDR2 for the duration of the POP programme.
Traffic programme station reception with RDS-EON
The abbreviation EON stands for Enhanced Other Networks, which means that information is exchanged within a radio network. Many FM radio stations provide their service area with traffic messages at regular intervals. Along with their programmes, all traffic programme stations transmit a special carrier signal, which is decoded by your car radio. If this signal is identified, TP will appear in the display (Traffic Programme). In addition to these, there are also stations which do not actually transmit traffic information themselves, but by using RDS-EON it is possible for them to forward the traffic messages broadcast by another traffic programme station in the same radio network. If you want to have the priority for traffic announcements activated while listening to one of these stations (e.g. NDR3), TA must appear on the display panel. If a traffic announcement is broadcast, the radio will automatically switch to the linked traffic programme station (in this case, NDR2) for the duration of the message and return to the original programme (NDR3) afterwards.
The individual steps you have to take to make these settings are described in the following table.
The HIGH EQ and LOW EQ filters can be set in the DSC menu: Press DSC. Press / as often as necessary until HIGH EQ or LOW EQ appears in the display. Press << or >> once and set the level in the following table by pressing /. Press << >> to switch the frequency range.
Notes on making the settings
The following notes are intended as recommendations only. They do not necessarily reflect your own personal sound preferences. We recommend that you use a music CD you are familiar with to make the settings. The CD should include tracks with different instruments and vocals. Purely electronic music is not well suited to serve as a basis for making the settings because the original sounds cannot be determined. Before you set the equalizer, set bass, treble, balance and fader to 0 and switch the Loudness function off, if necessary. This setting is described in the Quick Reference under AUD. Now listen to the CD you have selected. Evaluate the sound according to your own personal preferences.
Now you can compare the sound produced by your car stereo with or without the equalizer.
Press DSC to store your settings. You can switch the equalizer on and off in the DSC menu using the EQ ON or EQ OFF option.
The acoustic characteristics of the car interior affect the quality of the sound reproduced in your vehicle to a much greater extent than the speakers.
These parametric filters can be adjusted to very exact settings even without the help of measuring instruments.
Now refer to Sound impression/problem in the table and you will find suggestions to eliminate any problems under What to do.
Setting the equalizer
Assistance in setting your equalizer
Start to make your settings in the mid-range/treble and end it with the bass range. Frequency range Bass 30 - 100 Hz Sound impression/problem Bass reproduction too weak What to do Boost the basses with the LOW EQ filter Frequency: 50 to 100 Hz Level: +4 to +6 dB Notes Avoid distortion. Boost the level carefully if the speaker diameter is too small
Lower mid-range 100 - 400 Hz
Unclear bass Playback reverberates Unpleasant pressure on the ears
Reduce the lower mid-range with the LOW EQ filter Frequency: 125 to 400 Hz Level: approximately 4 dB
The tone may become too lean and aggressive. Pay attention to the underlying tone of the music.
Mid-range sound 400 - 4.000 Hz
Sound appears to be in the foreground, very aggressive, no stereo effect
Reduce the mid-range with HIGH EQ filter Frequency: 1000 to 2500 Hz Level: -4 to 6 dB
Playback should not be too quiet. Tone too powerless
Treble 4.000 - 20.000 Hz
Lifeless reproduction Lack of transparency Instruments do not sparkle
Boost treble range with HIGH EQ filter Frequency: approximately 10 kHz Level: +2 to +4 dB
Avoid a piercing type of tone Strong hissing sound unpleasant
The car radio has been equipped with DSC (Direct Software Control) to allow you to customise certain programmable, basic settings to suit your personal needs and preferences and then store them. The basic settings for this audio equipment were made at the factory. In the following you can find an overview of these settings, so that you can always reset to them if desired. If you wish to alter any of the programming, press DSC. Use the rocker switch to select and set the functions you wish to change. The display will show you the setting you have selected. Press / to select the function. Press << />> on the rocker switch to change or recall the values. Note: Whether the settings listed in the following are available or not depends on the car audio system model and the features with which it is equipped. If you cannot select any of the functions listed here, then your car audio system is not equipped with that feature and it cannot be adjusted as a result (also see the section on Equipment features list).
If another signal source is connected to the CD changer input, you must switch AUX to ON. Press SRC to select the AUX function. AUX will appear in the display. Acknowledgement tone for all functions which require a button to be pressed for more than one second. The volume can be adjusted from between 0 to 9. (0 = off)
CLOCKSET Sets the clock manually. Refer to the section on Clock.
ON/OFF. Here you can set the clock to permanent display when the audio system is switched off. The clock display will remain visible until the ignition is switched off.
Appears only during CD playback. Use this function to give your CDs individual names. Refer to the section on CD naming.
To select the NAME, TIME or CD number for the CD changer.
MW OFF - LW, FM only LW OFF - MW, FM only AM OFF - FM only
CLK. 12/24 CD DISP.
Switches between 12-h and 24-h clock display. To select the NAME or TIME display mode. Refer to the section on Selecting the display mode.
AM ON/OFF It is possible to block out one or both of the AM wavebands (MW/LW). This means you will select only the wavebands you want when you press BA/ TS: AM ON - all wavebands are available
CLK. AUTO Automatic hour correction using the RDS/CT signal. Refer to the section on Clock.
Switches off hour correction function. Read the information in the section on Clock.
EQ ON/OFF Switches the equalizer functions on and off. HIGH EQ Equalizer setting: To activate the frequencies and set the level for the upper frequency range. Refer to the section on Equalizer setting. Reduces interference under poor reception conditions by cutting the treble. Select NO HI-CUT or HI-CUT 1, 2 or 3. 3 = cuts the treble the most. Adjusts seek tuning sensitivity. LO stands for local reception. DX stands for distant reception. Select LO 3 if you want to receive strong stations in the local area, select DX 1 if you want to tune into weaker stations which are further away. Equalizer setting: To activate the frequencies and set the level for the lower frequency range.
Refer to the section on Equalizer setting. LOUDNESS Loudness boosts the bass frequencies at low volume. LOUD 1 - Low boost LOUD 6 - Max. boost MUTE It is possible to lower the audio volume quickly at the touch of a button. Here you can program the volume to which the audio will drop. PEAK ON: Displays the dynamics of the music signal. PEAK OFF: Permanent display for the volume Allows you to select between German and English for the display of the programme types. To listen to a regional radio programme outside of its RDS transmission range, switch on REG ON. For full RDS service, switch to REG OFF. Use this function to set the scan time for the radio or CD player from 5 to 20 seconds.
Activates automatic intermediate frequency bandwidth switching for FM. In areas where there is a large number of radio stations on the air, switch to SHARX ON to reduce interference from adjacent radio stations. Switches between stereo and mono manually. The mode selected will appear briefly in the display. The car audio system will select STEREO playback automatically each time it is switched on. Adjusts the volume for traffic announcements and the warning beep. The message will be heard at this volume, if the standard volume is lower. If the standard volume is set higher than the TA VOL level, then the traffic report will be played at the standard volume.
Sets the turn-on volume. If set to VOL 0, the unit will automatically play at the volume last selected before it was switched off. Press DSC to save any changes made in the settings and to quit the DSC menu.
Overview of the DSC factory settings
AM ON/OFF AUX IN BEEP CLK MAN/AUTO CLK 12/24 CD DISP CDC DISP DISP ON/OFF EQ. ON/OFF HICUT HIGH EQ LO-DX LOW EQ LOUDNESS MUTE LEVEL PEAK ON/OFF PTY LANG REG. ON/OFF SCANTIME SHARX STEREO/MONO TA. VOL T. ON VOL ON OFF 4 AUTO 24 Time TIME OFF OFF Hz / 0 db SENS DX Hz / 0 db ON English OFF 10 ON Stereo 30 0
Output power: 4 x 25 W RMS power acc. to DIN 45324 at 14.4 V 4 x 40 W max. power
Wavebands: FM MW LW 87,5 - 108 MHz 531 - 1602 kHz 153 - 279 kHz
Frequency response: 20 - 20.000 Hz
Subject to modification! 57
FM frequency response: 20 - 16.000 Hz
12/98 Wg K7/VKD 401 803
Ground 5V Test Data Input Testmode Testclock 5V Ground Power down Mode Hardware reset (active LOW) RDS alarm/search stop Chip select C interface Serial data C interface IN Serial data C interface OUT Clock C interface Voltage for digital I/O Ground for digital I/O Programmable clock 1 Oscillator 28,5 MHz Oscillator 28,5 MHz Test Input 1 5V Ground Ground (minus) PLL PLL 5V (pos.) Audio D/A converter (pos. reference) Audio D/A converter (neg. reference) PLL capacity (neg.) PLL capacity (pos.) Audio D/A converter (+5V) Audio D/A converter (ground) Analogic audio right Ground Analogic audio left 5V A/D - converter Ground A/D - converter Audio D/A converter (pos. reference) Audio D/A converter (neg. reference) Auxillary left Cassette input left Ground for Audio inputs Cassette input right Auxillary left right 5V Ground Audio D/A converter (pos. reference) Positif IF input IF input (neg.) Audio D/A converter (neg. reference) IF A/D converter (-) IF A/D converter (+5V)
Pin-Belegung des FM/AM Tuner-IC D1 Tuner IC D1 Pin configuration Pin No.
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MIXDEC CINT CHOLD PLLGND VCC VPLL LFINP LF1 LF2 LF3 VTUNE OSCINP OSCOUT OSCGND VCC OSCBUF DGND CS RD CLK TX FREF IFAGC2 IFOUT1 IFOUT2 IFAGC1 IFGND IFIN VDC VCC MIXOUT2 MIXOUT1 AMREF AMMIXIN RFAGC3 RFAGCAM RFAGCFM MIXGND RFAGC2 RFAGC1 ANGGND FMMIXREF FMMIXINP RFAGCD
Mischer Entkopplung fr PLL fr PLL PLL - Masse 8,5V PLL Oberspannung Schleifenfiltereingang Schleifenfilter 1 Schleifenfilter 2 Schleifenfilter 3 Abstimmspannung Oszillator Eingang Oszillator Ausgang Oszillator Masse 8,5V Oszillatorausgangstreiber Digitale Masse Chip Select Dateneingang Clock Datenausgang Referenzfrequenz ZF Regelspannung 2 ZF - Ausgang 1 ZF - Ausgang 2 ZF Regelspannung 1 ZF Masse ZF Eingang Interne Referenzspannung 8,5V Mischerausgang 2 Mischerausgang 1 AM - Referenzeingang AM Mischereingang HF Regelzeitkonstante (aufregeln) HF Steuerspannung Vorstufe AM HF Steuerspannung Vorstufe FM Mischer Masse HF Regelzeitkonstante (Detektor) HF Regelzeitkonstante (abregeln) Analog Masse Referenzspannung FM Mischer FM Mischer Eingang AGC Entkopplung
Mixer decoupling for PLL for PLL PLL Ground 8,5V PLL top voltage PLL loop filter Input PLL loop filter Output 1 PLL loop filter Output 2 PLL loop filter Output 3 Tuning voltage Oscillator Input Oscillator Output Oscillator Ground 8,5V Oscillator Buffer Output Digital Ground Chip Select DATA IN Clock DATA OUT Reference frequency IF AGC 2 IF output 1 IF output 2 IF AGC 1 IF Ground IF Input Internal reference voltage 8,5V Mixer Output 2 Mixer Output 1 AM reference Input AM Mixer Input RF AGC 3 RF AGC for AM input stage RF AGC for FM input stage Mixer Ground RF AGC 2 RF AGC 1 Analog ground Reference voltage FM mixer FM mixer input AGC decoupling
V610 V814 VV803 VV5303 V611 V10 V804
15 V5050 V5082
28 E C B V891 V893 V890 V892 V895 V811 V896 V889 V5081 V1010 61
V1025 V1019 V1003
1= 2= 3= 4= SPMOT LDMOT SPMOT + LDMOT + 5= 6= 7= 8= FDMOT REST_SWITCH FDMOT + GND3 9= 10 = 11 = 12 = FA + LD FA GND= 14 = 15 = 16 = TA + F TA E 17 = 18 = 19 = 20 = GND2 LDGND END (SW2) U= 22 = 23 = 24 = FINISH (SW3) A START (SW1) B 25 = VREF 26 = LPD
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