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The CD units are equipped with a laser component! For servicing make sure to observe the following instructions:
The unit operates with invisible laser beams. When the cover is removed, invisible laser beams are emitted near the disc compartment. Avoid direct eye contact with these beams. Keep unauthorised persons away from the workbench. The viewing distance should not be less than 13 cm. If this distance cannot be kept, use suitable laser safety goggles.
ANSCHLUSSPLATTE CONNECTOR BOARD
PL 9880 D01
SCHALTERPLATTE KEY BOARD
PL 9873 D03
HAUPTPLATTE MAIN BOARD
Blockschaltbild Block diagram
PL 9860 D04
Monte Carlo MP34
Venice B. CD34
Daytona B. C34
HAUPTPLATTE MAIN BOARD Endstufe AF output PL 9860 D04
HAUPTPLATTE MAIN BOARD Prozessor Processor
( TO "SOFT TOUCH" MECH. ) FOR CD MODEL TN 708.3
( TO "S10" CD MECH. ) FOR CD MODEL no documentation
HAUPTPLATTE MAIN BOARD CD Interface
HAUPTPLATTE MAIN BOARD Tuner PL 9860 D04
HAUPTPLATTE MAIN BOARD Spannungsversorgung Power supply
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UB-SENSE U52-ON CNVSS SW14V-ON ILLU/GALA DIMMER-IN /LVI PEAK-LEVEL /U142-ON IGNITION /RESET REMOTE-IN-REAR /TEL-MUTE WATCH-DOG CDC-BUS-TXD CDC-BUS-RXD ON-LAMP WIRE-REMOTE U-LAMP
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AF OUTPUT & POWER SUPPLY
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CD OPTION * REGULATOR
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T-LINE (NRDS) [CD33]
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PK6O 1 PK7O 1 PK8O 1 PK9O 1 PK14O PK15O PK16O PK17O PK18O PK19O PK6U 1 PK7U 1 PK8U 1
FUNLINE (LOW) [CD54]
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FUTURE MODEL [CD/CC]
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CC OPTION * BC369
B-GND B-GND CD-AF-L AF-GND CD-AF-R CD-LOAD D-GND U51 CD-RESET NC CD-EJSW CD-SDA NC CD-SCL CD-STBY CD-SRQ U86 U86
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R100 10,7MHz 82 IN OUT RRA
Z651 450KHz OUT IN GND
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R760 3,3k V38 BC858C
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(refer Pg.3) AM/FM
HAUPTPLATTE MAIN BOARD Tuner
R609 220k A
R612 1k A
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AM IF AGC
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SEQUENTIAL CIRCUIT FOR RDS UPDATING
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V2007 BZX84 C12
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Radio / CD
Atlanta CD34 Venice Beach CD34
Operating and installation instructions !"#$ = = =
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button to open and release the control panel. Button to switch the unit on/off and to mute the unit. Volume control. Short press: BND button, to select the FM memory bank and the AM waveband, source selection to radio mode. Long press: TS, to start the Travelstore function. AUDIO button, to adjust the bass, treble, balance and fader settings, X-Bass, Sound Preset EQ. Short press: button, to display the time. Long press: to change the display priority. Arrow buttons Short press: MENU button, to open the basic settings menu. Long press: SCAN, to start scan function. Keys 1 - 6 SRC button, to select the CD, radio and CD changer (AUX) sources. Eject button 0 (which can only be seen after flipping the control panel).
BA Atlanta/Venice CD34_EN
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Road safety.. 6 Installation.. 6 Accessories. 6 International telephone information. 6
CD changer mode. 15
Switching to CD changer mode.. 15 Selecting a CD.. 15 Selecting tracks.. 15 Fast searching (audible). 15 Changing the display. 16 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT).. 16 Random play (MIX). 16 Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)... 16 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 16
Theft protection. 7 Detaching the control panel. 7 Attaching the control panel. 7 Off timer.. 8
Radio mode.. 11
Switching to radio mode. 11 Setting the tuner.. 11 Selecting the frequency range/ memory... 11 Tuning into a station.. 11 Storing stations.. 12 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 12 Listening to preset stations. 12 Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)... 12 Setting the display.. 13
Briefly displaying the time. 17 Setting the time.. 17 Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode.. 17 Displaying the time continuously when the unit is off and the ignition is on... 17 Briefly displaying the time when the unit is switched off. 17
Sound and volume distribution settings.. 18
Adjusting the bass settings. 18 Adjusting the treble settings. 18 Setting the left/right volume distribution (balance). 18 Setting the front/back volume distribution (fader).. 18
CD mode.. 13
Switching to CD mode. 13 Selecting tracks.. 14 Fast searching (audible). 14 Random play (MIX). 14 Scanning tracks (SCAN).. 14 Repeating tracks (REPEAT). 14 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 14 Changing the display. 14 Displaying CD text.. 15
Equalizer and X-BASS. 19
X-BASS.. 19 Selecting preset sound effect. 19
Setting the level display. 20 External audio sources.. 20
Switching the AUX input on/off. 20
Setting the power-on volume. 9 Instantaneous volume reduction (mute).. 10 Mute while telephoning. 10 Confirmation beep.. 10
CLOCK - Time. 17
Switching on/off.. 8 Adjusting the volume.. 9
Removable control panel. 7
Ejecting a CD.. 15
NOTES AND ACCESSORIES
Thank you for deciding to purchase a Blaupunkt product. We hope you enjoy using this new piece of equipment. Before using the device for the first time, please read these instructions carefully. 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 unit please contact your dealer or the telephone hotline for your country. You will find the hotline telephone numbers printed at the back of this booklet. Remote control RC-12H is included in the Venice Beach CD34. You can conveniently access the most important functions of your car radio from the steering wheel via the optional RC08 or RC10. Amplifier All Blaupunkt and Velocity amplifiers can be used. CD changer You can connect the following Blaupunkt CD changers: CDC A 08, IDC A 09 and CDC A03. 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 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.
Road safety has absolute priority. Only operate your car radio if the road and traffic conditions allow you to do so. Familiarise yourself with the unit before setting off on your journey. You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens from afar. For this reason, set the volume of whatever you are listening to to a reasonable level.
If you want to install your car radio yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions that follow these operating instructions.
International telephone information
If you have any questions regarding the operation of your car radio or if you require further information, please do not hesitate to call us! The information hotline numbers are printed on the last page of these instructions.
Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt.
REMOVABLE CONTROL PANEL
As a way of protecting your equipment against theft, the unit is equipped with a detachable control panel (release panel). Without this control panel, the car radio is worthless to a thief. Protect your equipment against theft by taking the control panel with you every time you leave your vehicle. Do not leave the control panel in your vehicle not even in a hidden place. The control panel has been designed to be easily use. Note: G Never drop the control panel. G Never expose the control panel to direct sunlight or other heat sources. G Avoid making direct skin contact with the control panels contacts. If necessary, clean the contacts with a lint-free cloth and some alcohol.
ENGLISH PORTUGUS ESPAOL FRANAIS
Removable control panel
Notes: G The unit may only switch off after a few seconds, depending upon the OFF TIMER setting in the MENU as described later. G All current settings of the radio are saved. G CD already inserted in the unit remains there.
Attaching the control panel
There are various ways of attaching the control panel but the following method is recommended:
Hold the control panel
perpendicular to the unit.
Slide the control panel into the
units guides, located at the lower left and right sides, until it clicks into place.
Push the control panel gently in
upward direction until it clicks into its place.
Detaching the control panel Press the button 1.
The control panel locking mechanism opens.
Pull the control panel straight off
the unit, by holding the right hand side of the control panel.
Note: G When attaching the control panel, make sure you do not press on the display. If the unit was still switched on when you removed the control panel, the unit will automatically switch back on with the last settings activated i.e. radio, CD or CD changer (AUX) when the panel is reinserted. 7
After opening the control panel, the unit will switch off after a pre-adjusted time between 0 to 30 seconds.
There are various ways of switching the unit on/off: Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition If the unit is correctly connected to the vehicles ignition and it was not switched off using ON/OFF button 2, it will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition. Switching on/off using the removable control panel
Press the MENU button 8. Press the button 7 twice to
display OFF TIMER. buttons 7. When you have finished making your changes,
Set the time using the @ or #
press the MENU button 8 twice.
Note: G If the OFF TIMER is set to 0 second, the unit switches off immediately after opening the control panel.
Remove the control panel.
The unit switches off.
Attach the control panel again.
The unit switches on. The last settings (radio, CD, CD changer or AUX) will be reactivated. Switching on/off using button 2
To switch the unit on, press button
2. 2 for longer than two seconds. The unit switches off.
To switch the unit off, press button
Note: G If you switch on the unit when the ignition is off, the unit will switch off automatically after one hour to prevent draining of the vehicle battery.
Switching on by inserting a CD If the unit is switched off and there is no CD inserted in the drive,
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
The volume can be adjusted in steps from 0 (mute) to 66 (maximum).
Adjusting the volume
Switching to radio mode
If you are listening to CD, CD changer or AUX mode,
Selecting the frequency range/ memory
This unit can receive programmes broadcast over the FM and AM frequency ranges. There are three preset memory levels for the FM range and one for the AM range. Six stations can be stored on each memory level. Selecting the FM memory level or the AM frequency range respectively
press the BND-TS 4 button
keep pressing the SRC button :
until FM or AM (MW) appears in the display.
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), America (USA), Thailand (THAI) and South America (S-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 USA setting.
Keep pressing the BND-TS button
4 to switch between the FM memory levels (FM1, FM2 and FMT) and the AM frequency range respectively.
Tuning into a station
There are various ways of tuning into a station. Automatic seek tuning
Press the or % button 7.
The unit tunes into the next receivable station. Setting the sensitivity for station seek tuning You can configure the radio to only tune into stations with a strong reception or to also tune into those with a weak reception.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the button 7 repeatedly
until TUNER appears on the display.
Keep pressing the @ or # button
7 until the desired region appears in the display. When you have finished making your changes,
7 until SENS HI or SENS LO appears in the display.
SENS HI means that the tuner is highly sensitive. SENS LO means it is set to the lower sensitivity setting.
Set the required sensitivity using
Note: Stations that were previously stored in this memory are deleted in the process.
the @ or # buttons 7. When you have finished making your changes,
press the MENU button 8.
Tuning into stations manually You can also tune into stations manually.
Press the @ or # button :.
Note: G Different seek tuning sensitivities can be set separately for FM and AM repectively.
4 until the seek tuning starts. The station storing procedure begins. FM TSTORE or AM TSTORE appears in the display. After the process is completed, the station that is stored in location 1 of the respective memory level will be played.
Press and hold the BND-TS button
Listening to preset stations Select the memory level on which
the station was stored.
Press the preset station button
Storing stations manually
1 - of the station you want to listen to.
Select the required memory level
(FM1, FM2 or FMT) or the AM frequency range.
Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)
You can briefly listen in to all receivable stations by activating the scan function. You can set the scanning time to between 5 and 30 seconds in the menu. Starting SCAN
Tune into the station. Press one of the station buttons
1 - for longer than 2 seconds to store the station to that button.
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can automatically store six stations with the strongest reception in the region. The stations are stored in the FMT or AM memory depending on the selected frequency range.
Keep the MENU button 8 pressed
until the scan process starts. SCAN appears briefly in the display followed by the current frequency (which flashes). Stopping SCAN and continuing listening to a station
Press the MENU button 8.
Scanning is stopped and the station that was tuned into last will remain active.
Setting the scantime
You can use this unit to play standard audio CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs with a diameter of either 5 or 3 inches. Risk of damage to the CD drive! Contoured CDs (shape CDs) are not suitable for playback in this unit. We accept no liability for any damage to the CD drive or CD that may occur as a result of the use of unsuitable CDs.
Press the MENU button 8. Keep pressing the or % button Set the required scantime using
7 until SCAN TIME appears in the display.
Note: The set scantime also applies to scanning in CD and CD changer mode.
Switching to CD mode
If there is no CD inserted in the drive and the unit is playing Radio or CD Changer (AUX) mode, press the button 1. The release panel opens. Gently insert CD with the printed side uppermost into the drive until you feel some resistance. The CD is drawn into the drive 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 clicks into place. CD playback begins. G If a CD is already inserted in the drive and the unit is playing Radio or CD Changer (AUX) mode. Keep pressing the SRC button : until CD appears in the display. Playback begins from the point at which it was last interrupted.
Setting the display
In radio mode, you have the option of continuously displaying the time or the frequency.
button 6 pressed until the required display appears.
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 current track will be played again from the beginning. Stopping SCAN and continuing playback button 8. The current track will then continue to be played.
To stop scanning, press the MENU
Fast searching (audible)
To fast search backwards or forwards,
keep one of the @ # buttons 7
pressed until fast reversing / fast forwarding begins.
Random play (MIX) Press button 5 MIX 9.
MIX CD appears briefly in the display and the MIX symbol lights up. The next randomly selected track will then be played. Stopping MIX
button 4 RPT 9. RPT TRCK appears briefly in the display and the RPT symbol lights up. The track is repeated until you deactivate RPT. Cancelling repeat press button 4 RPT 9 again. RPT OFF appears briefly in the display and the RPT symbol disappears. Normal playback is then continued.
Repeating tracks (REPEAT) If you want to repeat a track, press
If you want to stop the repeat function,
Press button 5 MIX 9 again.
MIX OFF appears briefly in the display and the MIX symbol disappears.
Pausing playback (PAUSE) Press button 3 E 9.
PAUSE appears in the display. Cancelling pause
Scanning tracks (SCAN)
You can briefly play all the tracks on a CD.
Press button 3 E 9 while in
pause mode. Playback is continued.
Press the MENU button 8 for
longer than two seconds. The next track will then be played for scantime as set in the Setting the scantime.
Changing the display
Two options are available: G Track number and clock.
Note: You can set the scantime. For further details, please read the section entitled Setting the scantime in the Radio mode chapter.
Track number and playing time. button 6 for longer than two seconds until the required display appears.
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 (as described in the Changing the display section) will be shown. Switching CD text on/off Press the MENU button 8. Press the or % button 7 repeatedly until CD TEXT appears on the display. Switch on (TEXT ON) or off (TEXT OFF) the CD text function by pressing the # or @ button 7. When you have finished making your changes,
adjust the balance (right/left). When you have finished making your changes,
adjust the bass. When you have finished making your changes,
press the AUDIO button 5. Setting the front/back volume distribution (fader) To set the front/back volume
distribution (fader), press the AUDIO button 5. BASS appears in the display.
press the AUDIO button 5. Adjusting the treble settings Press the AUDIO button 5.
until TREB appears in the display.
until FADER appears in the display.
adjust the treble. When you have finished making your changes,
adjust the fader (front/back). When you have finished making your changes,
press the AUDIO button 5.
EQUALIZER AND X-BASS
X-Bass means increased bass at low volumes. Note: G X-BASS can be adjusted separately for each audio source (radio, CD, CD-changer and AUX). You can select preset sound effect for the following styles of music: G ROCK G POP G CLASSIC The settings for these music styles have already been programmed. To select one of the sound presets, press the AUDIO 5 button. BASS appears on the display.
Equalizer and X-BASS
Selecting preset sound effect
To set the X-BASS, press the
AUDIO 5 button. BASS appears on the display.
Press the # button 7 repeatedly
until XBASS ON or XBASS OFF appears on the display.
until one of sound effect options appears on the display.
choose between XBASS ON and XBASS OFF.
choose between the presets. If you want to deactivate the sound preset, choose EQ OFF from the available options.
Press the AUDIO 5 button once
you have completed the setting.
you have completed the setting. Note: G The selected preset sound effect is applied to all audio sources.
Setting the level display
The level display briefly provides a symbolic display of the volume and the audio control settings whilst you are adjusting them. When settings are not being made, the level display indicates the music level of the car radio. You can also switch the music level display. Switching the level display On/ Off
External audio sources
Instead of connecting a CD changer, you can connect another audio source equipped with a line output. The audio source, for example, can be a portable CD player, MiniDisc player or MP3 player. 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 adapter cable (BP no.: 897 093) from your authorised Blaupunkt dealer.
MENU appears on the display.
Press the or % button 7
repeatedly until PEAK LVL appears on the display.
choose between PEAK ON and PEAK OFF. When you have finished making your changes, press the MENU button 8 twice.
Switching the AUX input on/off Press the MENU button 8.
MENU appears in the display.
Keep pressing the or % button Press the @ or # button 7 to
7 until AUX OFF or AUX ON appears in the display.
switch AUX on/off. When you have finished making your changes,
Note: If the AUX input is switched on it can be selected by pressing the SRC button : and it is shown as AUX INPUT on the display.
Output power: 4 18W RMS @ 10% THD
Frequency ranges USA: FM: 87.5 107.9 MHz (200 kHz step) AM: kHz (10 kHz step) Frequency ranges Europe: FM: 87.MHz (100 kHz step auto/50 kHz manual) AM: kHz (9 kHz step) Frequency ranges Thailand: FM: 87.MHz (50 kHz step auto/25 kHz step manual) AM: kHz (9 kHz step) Frequency ranges South America: FM: 87.5 107.9 MHz (100 kHz step auto/50 kHz step manual) AM: kHz (10 kHz step) FM mono sensitivity: 17 dbf FM frequency response: 35 - 16,000 Hz
Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
4 channels: 2V
AUX input: 2 V / 6 k
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When carrying out installation work and making connections please observe the following safety instructions: - Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery! When doing so, please observe the vehicle manufacturers safety instructions. - Make sure you do not damage vehicle components when drilling any holes. - The cross sections of the positive and negative cables must not be less than 1.5 mm2. - Do not connect the vehicles plug connectors to the radio! - You can obtain the adapter cable required for your vehicle type from any BLAUPUNKT dealer. - Depending on the model, your vehicle may differ from the description provided here. We accept no responsibility for any damages due to incorrect installation or connection or for any consequential damages. If the information provided here is not suitable for your specific installation requirements, please contact your Blaupunkt dealer, your vehicle manufacturer or our telephone hotline. When installing an amplifier or changer, you must first connect the device earth connections before connecting the plugs for the line-in or lineout jacks. EA
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