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Radio / CD / MP3
Brighton MP35 Essen MP35
DEUTSCH DANSK PORTUGUS ESPAOL SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH
Button to switch the device on/ off and operate the volume mute function. button SRC Short press: Switch sources between CD/MP3, CD changer (if connected) and AUX. Long press: Briefly display the clock time. button to eject a CD from the device. Volume control CD compartment TRAF RDS button Short press: Switch traffic-information standby on/off. Long press: Switch the RDS function on/off. Arrow buttons MENU button Short press: Open the settings menu. Long press: Start the scan function. AUDIO button to adjust the bass, treble, balance and fader. To select an equalizer preset. To activate, deactivate and adjust the X-BASS function. Keys 1 - 6
BNDTS button Short press: Select the FM memory banks and the MW and LW wavebands (MW/LW only on the Brighton MP35). Long press: Start the Travelstore function.
Notes and accessories.. 31 Switching on/off.. 32 Adjusting the volume. 33
Setting the power-on volume. 33 Quick volume reduction (mute).. 33 Switching the confirmation beep on/off.. 34 Mute while telephoning.. 34 Displaying CD text. 43 Traffic announcements in CD mode. 43 Ejecting a CD. 43
MP3 mode.. 44
Preparing an MP3-CD. 44 Switching to MP3 mode. 45 Configuring the display.. 45 Selecting a directory. 46 Selecting tracks/files. 46 Fast searching.. 46 Random track play (MIX).. 46 Scanning tracks (SCAN). 47 Repeating individual tracks or whole directories (REPEAT).. 47 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 47
Radio mode.. 34
Adjusting the tuner settings. 34 Switching to radio mode.. 35 RDS functions. 35 Selecting the waveband / memory bank.. 35 Tuning into a station.. 35 Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning.. 36 Storing stations.. 36 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 36 Listening to stored stations. 37 Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)... 37 Setting the scanning time. 37 Programme type (PTY).. 37 Optimising radio reception. 39 Configuring the display.. 39
CD-changer mode.. 48
Switching to CD-changer mode. 48 Selecting CDs.. 48 Selecting tracks.. 48 Fast searching (audible). 48 Configuring the display.. 48 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT). 48 Random track play (MIX).. 49 Scanning all the tracks on all the CDs (SCAN).. 49 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 49
Traffic information.. 40 CD mode.. 41
Switching to CD mode. 41 Selecting tracks.. 41 Fast track selection.. 41 Fast searching (audible). 41 Random track play (MIX).. 42 Scanning tracks (SCAN). 42 Repeating tracks (REPEAT).. 42 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 42 Configuring the display.. 42 30
CLOCK time.. 50 Sound.. 51 X-BASS.. 52 Configuring the level display. 53 External audio sources.. 53 Specifications. 54
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 on 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. 200 D-31139 Hildesheim Gerrmany 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 must always be able to hear police, fire service and ambulance sirens in good time from inside your vehicle. For this reason, listen to your car sound system at a moderate 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 RC 08 or RC 10 (available as optional accessories) 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. 31
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You can switch the device on/off in the following ways: Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition If the device is correctly connected to the vehicles ignition and it was not switched off using button 1, it will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition. Switching on/off using button 1 Note: If the vehicle ignition 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.
To switch on the device, press button 1.
To switch off the device, press and
hold down button 1 for longer than two seconds. The device switches off. Note: To protect the vehicle battery, the device will switch off automatically after one hour if the ignition is off. Switching on by inserting a CD If the device is switched off and there is no CD present in the drive, gently push the CD with its printed side uppermost into the drive 5 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. The device switches on and starts playing the CD.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
You can adjust the volume in steps from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum). To increase the volume,
Adjusting the volume
turn the volume control 4 clockwise. To decrease the volume,
turn the volume control 4 anticlockwise.
Note: To protect your hearing, the poweron volume is limited to a value of 38. If the volume level was higher than this when the device was last switched off and the LAST VOL setting is activated, the system will reset the volume to 38 when you switch the device on again. When you have finished adjusting the setting,
Setting the power-on volume
Note: The device is equipped with a timeout function. If, for instance, you press the MENU button 8 and select a menu item, the device will switch back approx. 8 seconds after the last button was pressed. Any changes to the settings that you have made will be saved. You can set the power-on volume. Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until ON VOLUME appears in the display. Adjust the power-on volume using the buttons 7. To help you adjust the setting more easily, the device will increase or decrease the volume as you make your changes. If you change the setting to LAST VOL, the volume level that was set the last time you switched off the device will be activated again.
press the MENU button 8 twice. Quick volume reduction (mute)
You can quickly decrease the volume (mute) to a level preset by you.
Briefly press button 1.
MUTE appears in the display. Cancelling mute To return to your previously set volume level,
briefly press button 1 again.
Setting the mute level You can adjust the mute level.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until MUTE LVL appears in the display.
Adjust the mute level using the
buttons 7. When you have finished adjusting the setting,
press the MENU button 8 twice.
Switching the confirmation beep on/off
The system will play a confirmation beep for some functions if you keep a button pressed down for longer than two seconds, for instance, when you assign a radio station to a station button. You can switch the beep on/off.
This device is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many of the receivable FM stations broadcast 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 in the display as soon as the tuner receives it.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until BEEP ON or BEEP OFF appears in the display.
Adjusting the tuner settings
To ensure that the tuner works properly, the device must be configured for the region in which you are using it. You can choose between Europe (EUROPE), United States (USA), South America (SAMERICA) and Thailand (THAI). By default, the tuner is set to the region in which the device was sold. If you encounter problems with radio reception, please check this setting. The radio functions described in these operating instructions refer to the EUROPE tuner setting. Press and hold down the 1 and 5 buttons : simultaneously and switch on the device again by pressing button 1. TUNER is displayed. Select your tuner region using the or button 7. To save the setting, switch the device off and on again or wait approx. 8 seconds. The car sound system starts with the last setting activated (radio, CD/MP3, CD changer or AUX).
Adjust the beep setting using the
buttons 7. OFF means the beep is switched off and ON means the beep is switched on. When you have finished adjusting the setting,
press the MENU button 8. Mute while telephoning
If your device is connected to a mobile telephone, the car radios volume will be muted as soon as you pick up the telephone. This requires that the mobile telephone be connected to the device as described in the installation instructions. PHONE appears in the display.
If you are in CD/MP3, CD-changer or AUX mode,
press the BNDTS button ;
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until REG appears in the display. OFF or ON is displayed alongside REG.
press the SRC
button 2 repeatedly until the memory bank (e.g. FM1) appears in the display.
To switch REGIONAL on/off, press
the or button 7.
The convenient RDS functions AF (Alternative Frequency) and REGIONAL extend your radios range of functions. AF: If the RDS function is activated, the radio automatically tunes into the best receivable frequency for the station that is currently set. REGIONAL: At certain times, some radio stations divide their programme into regional programmes providing different content. You can use the REG function to prevent the car radio from switching to alternative frequencies that are broadcasting different programme content. Note: REGIONAL must be activated/deactivated separately in the menu. Switching the RDS function on/off If you want to use the RDS functions (AF and REGIONAL),
Selecting the waveband / memory bank
This device can receive programmes broadcast over the FM frequency range as well as the MW and LW (AM) wavebands (MW and LW only on the Brighton MP35). There are three memory banks available for the FM waveband (FM1, FM2 and FMT) and one for each of the MW and LW wavebands. Six stations can be stored in each memory bank. To switch between the FM memory banks (FM1, FM2 and FMT) and the MW and LW wavebands,
Tuning into a station
There are various ways of tuning into a station. Automatic station seek tuning
press and hold down the TRAF
RDS button 6 for longer than two seconds. The RDS function is active when an RDS symbol lights up in the display.
The radio tunes into the next receivable station.
briefly press the BNDTS button
Press the MENU button 8.
Switching to radio mode
Switching REGIONAL on/off
Tuning into stations manually You can also tune into stations manually. Note: You can only tune into stations manually if the RDS function is deactivated. or button 7 repeatedly until SENS and the currently set value appear in the display. SENS HI6 means that the tuner is set to the highest sensitivity setting. SENS LO1 means it is set to the lowest sensitivity setting.
Set the desired sensitivity using the
Browsing through broadcasting networks (only FM) If radio stations provide several programmes, you have the option of browsing through their broadcasting networks. Note: The RDS function must be activated before you can use this feature.
press the MENU button 8.
Note: You can set different sensitivity levels for FM and MW or LW (AM) (MW/LW only on the Brighton MP35).
or button 7 to switch to the next station on the broadcasting network.
Storing stations manually
Select the memory bank that you
want (FM1, FM2, FMT) or one of the wavebands (MW or LW) (MW/ LW only on the Brighton MP35). Tune into the station that you want.
Note: When using this feature, you will only be able to switch to stations that you have received once before already. To receive the stations, use the scan function or the Travelstore function.
Press and hold down one of the
station buttons 1 - 6 : for longer than two seconds to assign the station to that button.
Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning
You can choose whether the radio should only tune into stations providing good reception or whether it can also tune into those with a weak reception.
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can automatically store the six stations providing the best reception in the region (only FM). The stations are stored in the FMT memory bank.
Note: Any stations previously stored in this memory bank are deleted in the process.
Cancelling SCAN and continuing listening to a station
Scanning stops and the radio continues playing the station that it tuned into last.
Press and hold down the BNDTS
button ; for longer than two seconds. The storing procedure begins. FM TSTORE appears in the display. After the process has completed, the radio will play the station that is stored in memory location 1 of the FMT memory bank.
edly until SCAN TIME appears in the display.
Set the desired scanning time usbuttons 7. ing the When you have finished adjusting the setting,
that corresponds to the station that you want to listen to.
Press and hold down the MENU
button 8 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.
You can use the scan function to listen to all the receivable stations briefly. You can set the scanning time in the menu to between 5 and 30 seconds (in steps of 5 seconds).
Programme type (PTY)
Besides transmitting the station name, some FM stations also provide information on the type of programme they are broadcasting. Your car radio can receive and display this information. 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.
Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)
Note: The scanning time that you set is also used when scanning in CD/ MP3 mode and in CD-changer mode.
Press the station button 1 - 6 :
Listening to stored stations Select the memory bank or wave-
Setting the scanning time Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeat-
PTY-EON If you specify the programme type and start seek tuning, the radio will switch from the current station to a station of the selected programme type. Note: If the tuner does not find a station that matches 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. If the tuned radio station or another station on the broadcasting network broadcasts your selected programme type at a later point in time, the radio will automatically switch from the currently tuned station or from CD/MP3 mode or CDchanger mode to the station whose programme type matches the one you selected. Switching PTY on/off Selecting the PTY language You can select the language in which the programme types are displayed. The following are available: DEUTSCH, ENGLISH and FRANAIS.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until PTY LANG appears in the display.
Set your preferred language using
buttons 7. the When you have finished adjusting the setting,
Selecting a programme type and starting seek tuning
The current programme type appears in the display.
If you want to select another programme type, you can do so by pressing the or button 7 whilst this display is visible. The selected programme type appears briefly in the display. or button 7 to start seek tuning. The radio will then tune into the next station it finds that matches your selected programme type.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until PTY ON or PTY OFF appears in the display.
or button 7 to switch PTY ON or OFF.
HICUT The HICUT function improves reception during poor radio reception (only FM). If interference occurs, the interference level is cut automatically. Switching HICUT on/off
Optimising radio reception
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until TUN DISP appears in the display.
or button 7 to switch between CLOCK and FREQUENCY.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until HICUT appears in the display. or button 7 to adjust the HICUT setting. HICUT 0 means that the interference level will not be cut automatically. HICUT 1 means that it will be cut automatically.
Press the MENU button 8 twice.
Press the MENU button 8. Configuring the display
In radio mode you have the option of displaying the waveband together with the memory bank / memory location and the time or the station name / frequency of the current station. Select FREQUENCY to display the station name / frequency or select CLOCK to display the waveband together with the memory bank / memory location and the clock time.
Your device is equipped with an RDSEON receiver. EON stands for Enhanced Other Network. Whenever a traffic announcement (TA) is broadcast, the system switches automatically from a station that does not provide traffic reports to the appropriate traffic information station within the broadcasting network that does. Once the traffic report has been played, the system will switch back to the programme you were listening to before. if you retune the radio from a traffic information station to a station that does not broadcast traffic information. If you hear the warning beep, you can either switch off traffic information priority or tune into a station that broadcasts traffic information.
Setting the volume for traffic announcements Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until TA VOLUME appears in the display.
Switching traffic information priority on/off Briefly press the TRAF button 6.
Traffic announcement priority is active when the traffic-jam symbol lights up in the display. Note: You will hear a warning beep: if you leave the reception area of a traffic information station that you are currently listening to. if you are receiving a traffic information station and the volume is set to minimum (0) or if, whilst listening to a CD/MP3, a CD in the changer or an AUX source, you leave the reception area of the tuned traffic information station and the subsequent automatic search cannot find a new traffic information station.
Adjust the volume using the
Notes: You can use the volume control 4 to adjust the volume during a traffic announcement for the duration of that announcement. You can set the volume distribution for the traffic announcements. For further details, please read the Sound chapter.
You can use this device to play standard audio CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs with a diameter of 12 or 8 cm. Risk of severe damage to the CD drive! Contoured CDs (shape CDs) are not suitable for playback in this unit. We do not accept responsibility for any damage to the CD drive that may occur as a result of the use of unsuitable CDs. To ensure the system functions properly, only use CDs labelled with the compact disc logo. Problems might be experienced when playing copy-protected CDs. Blaupunkt cannot guarantee the proper functioning of copy-protected CDs! Besides being able to play audio CDs on this device, you can also play CDs containing MP3 music files. For further details, please read the MP3 mode chapter.
Press button 3
Configuring the display
You can choose between two display types for CD mode: Track number and clock time Track number and playing time
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until CD DISP appears in the display. or button 7 to switch between PLAY TIME and CLOCK.
To cancel scanning, press the
MENU button 8. The currently scanned track will then continue to be played normally.
Repeating tracks (REPEAT)
If you want to repeat a track,
press the 4 RPT button :.
RPT TRCK appears briefly in the display and the RPT symbol lights up. The 42
Some CDs include CD text. The CD text might contain the names of the artist, album and track. You can allow the CD text to be displayed as scrolling text every time you switch to another track. The default display will appear again after the whole CD text has been shown once. For further details, please read the section entitled Configuring the display. Switching CD text on/off
Displaying CD text
Ejecting a CD Press the eject button 3 next to
the CD compartment. The CD is ejected.
edly until CD TEXT appears in the display.
press the MENU button 8 twice. Traffic announcements in CD mode
If you wish to receive traffic announcements whilst CD mode is activated,
press the TRAF button 6.
Traffic announcement priority is active when the traffic-jam symbol lights up in the display. For further details, please read the Traffic information reception chapter.
(TEXT ON) or off (TEXT OFF) using the or button 7. When you have finished adjusting the setting,
Switch the CD text function on
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeat-
Note: If a CD is ejected, the drive will automatically draw it back in again after approx. 10 seconds. You can also eject CDs whilst the device is switched off or whilst another audio source is activated.
Remove the CD.
You can also use this car sound system to play CD-Rs and CD-RWs that contain MP3 music files.
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
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. 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 252 directories on a CD. You can use this device to access each of the directories. Regardless of the number of directories on the CD, the device can handle up to 999 MP3 files on a single CD with a maximum of 255 files in a directory.
D i r e c t o r i e s
T r a c k s F i l e s
Each directory can be given a name using a PC. The device is capable of displaying the directory name. You should name the directories and tracks/files using the method provided by your CD burner software. The softwares instruction manual will provide details on how to do this. Note: When naming directories and tracks/files you should not use accents and special characters. 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. 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! 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). 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. An MP3-CD must already be inserted in the device before you can change the following settings. Configuring the default display You can display various types of information on the current track: Track number and playing time (TRCK-TIME) Track number and clock time (TRCK-CLK) Directory number and track number (DIR-TRCK) Directory number and clock time (DIR-CLK) Directory number and playing time (DIR-TIME) Note: After you switch tracks, the device first displays the MP3 scrolling text once and then it displays the information continuously. To switch between the different display options,
Cancelling MIX To cancel MIX, briefly press the 5 MIX button :. MIX OFF appears in the display and the MIX symbol disappears.
press and hold down the 4 RPT
button : for longer than two seconds. RPT DIR appears in the display. Cancelling REPEAT To stop the current track or current directory from being repeated,
button 8 for longer than two seconds. The next track will then be scanned. TRK SCAN appears in the display alongside the flashing track numbers. The tracks on the CD are briefly played in ascending order. Note: You can set the scanning time. For details on setting the scanning time, please read the section entitled Setting the scanning time in the Radio mode chapter. Cancelling SCAN and continuing listening to a track
briefly press the 4 RPT button :.
RPT OFF appears briefly and RPT disappears from the display.
The currently scanned track will then continue to be played normally.
To play the current track repeatedly,
RPT TRCK appears briefly in the display and RPT lights up.
Repeating individual tracks or whole directories (REPEAT)
Briefly press the MENU button 8.
To play the whole directory repeatedly,
Note: Information on handling CDs, inserting CDs and operating the CD changer can be found in the operating instructions supplied with your CD changer.
There are five display options available for CD-changer mode: Track number and playing time (TRCK-TIME) Track number and clock time (TRCK-CLK) CD number and track number (CD-TRCK) CD number and clock time (CD-CLK) CD number and playing time (CD-TIME)
Switching to CD-changer mode Press the SRC button 2 repeatedly until CHANGER appears in the display. The device starts playing the first CD that the CD changer detects.
To move up or down to another CD,
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until CDC DISP appears in the display. or button 7 repeatedly until the option that you want is displayed.
Note: The device will ignore empty CD slots in the changer and slots containing invalid CDs.
Press the MENU button 8 twice. Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT)
To repeat the current track,
To move up or down to another track on the current CD,
RPT TRCK appears briefly and RPT lights up in the display. To repeat the current CD,
button : for longer than two seconds. RPT DISC appears briefly and RPT lights up in the display.
To stop scanning, briefly press the MENU button 8. The currently scanned track will then continue to be played normally. Note: You can set the scanning time. For further details, please read the section entitled Setting the scanning time in the Radio mode chapter.
Cancelling REPEAT To stop the current track or current CD from being repeated,
RPT OFF appears and RPT disappears from the display.
To play the tracks on the current CD in random order,
briefly press the 5 MIX button :.
MIX CD appears briefly and MIX lights up in the display. To play the tracks on all the inserted CDs in random order, press and hold down the 5 MIX button : for longer than two seconds. MIX ALL appears briefly and MIX lights up in the display. Cancelling MIX Briefly press the 5 MIX button :. MIX OFF appears and MIX disappears from the display.
Scanning all the tracks on all the CDs (SCAN)
To scan (briefly play) all the tracks on all the inserted CDs in ascending order, press and hold down the MENU button 8 for longer than two seconds. TRK SCAN appears in the display and the number of the current track flashes.
Displaying the clock time
To display the clock time briefly, When you have finished adjusting the setting,
press the MENU button 8. 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,
press and hold down the SRC
button 2 until the clock time appears in the display.
Setting the clock time
To set the clock time,
press the MENU button 8. Press the or button 7 repeatedly until CLOCK SET appears in the display.
MENU appears in the display.
or button 7 repeatedly until CLOCK OFF or CLOCK ON appears in the display.
The clock time appears in the display. The hours flash and can be adjusted.
Adjust the hours using the / buttons 7. Once the hours are set,
or button 7 to switch between the ON/OFF settings. When you have finished adjusting the setting,
press the MENU button 8. Briefly displaying the time when the device is switched off
To display the time briefly when the device is off,
The minutes flash.
Adjust the minutes using the /
Press the MENU button 8 twice. Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode Press the MENU button 8.
The time is displayed for eight seconds.
or button 7 repeatedly until 24 H MODE or 12 H MODE appears in the display. or button 7 to switch between the modes.
You can adjust the sound settings (bass and treble) separately for each source (radio, CD/MP3 and CD changer / AUX). The volume distribution settings (balance and fader) apply to all the audio sources (except for traffic announcements). You can only adjust the balance and fader settings for traffic announcements whilst a traffic announcement is actually being played.
Setting the left/right volume distribution (balance)
To adjust the left/right volume distribution (balance),
press the AUDIO button 9.
BASS appears in the display.
Press the Press the
button 7 repeatedly until BAL appears in the display.
Adjusting the bass Press the AUDIO button 9.
BASS appears in the display. or button 7 to adjust the bass. When you have finished adjusting the setting,
or button 7 to adjust the balance (right/left). When you have finished adjusting the setting,
press the AUDIO button 9. Adjusting the front/rear volume distribution (fader)
To adjust the front/rear volume distribution (fader),
press the AUDIO button 9. Adjusting the treble Press the AUDIO button 9.
button 7 repeatedly until FADER appears in the display.
button 7 repeatedly until TREBLE appears in the display.
or button 7 to adjust the fader (front/rear). When you have finished adjusting the setting,
or button 7 to adjust the treble. When you have finished adjusting the setting,
This device is equipped with an equalizer that has been preset with settings for the ROCK, POP and CLASSIC music styles. To select an equalizer preset,
You can use the X-Bass feature to boost the bass at low volume levels. The selected X-Bass setting affects all the audio sources (radio, CD/MP3, CD changer or AUX). You can set the X-BASS boost in steps ranging from 1 to 3. XBASS OFF means that the X-BASS function is switched off. Adjusting the X-BASS boost
button 7 repeatedly until POP, ROCK, CLASSIC or EQ OFF appears in the display.
or button 7 to select one of the presets or select EQ OFF to switch off the equalizer. If you select one of the presets, it is shown continuously in the display. When you have finished adjusting the setting,
Press the AUDIO button 9.
button 7 repeatedly until XBASS appears in the display together with the current setting.
or button 7 repeatedly until the setting that you want appears in the display. When you have finished adjusting the setting,
Configuring the level display
The level display temporarily provides you with a symbolic representation of the volume and audio settings whilst you are adjusting them. When you are not changing any settings, the level display depicts the peak music/speech output. You can switch the level display on/off.
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CD MP3..19 MP3.. 21 . 21 ..22 /..22 ..22 (MIX)..22 (SCAN/)..23 () (REPEAT/).23 .23
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, : UKW (FM) : 87,5 - 108 MHz MW : 531 - 1602 kHz LW : 153 - 279 kHz
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19.07.2005, 11:40 Uhr
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FB +12V / RC +12V +12V Amplifier
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C6 Line Out LR Line Out RR Line Out / Ground Line Out LF Line Out RF +12V Amplifier C2 nc nc nc RC +12V Remote Control RC - GND C3 CDC-Data - In CDC-Data - Out Permanent +12V +12V Bus / GND AF / GND Line In - L Line In - R
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