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R 180 POWE
LD MIX RPT DISP /SENS
Robert Bosch Corporation Sales Group Blaupunkt Division 2800 South 25th Avenue, Broadview, Illinois 60155
2/11/00, 1:29 PM
High-Power FM/AM/CD Receiver with Detachable Face Autoradio AM/FM Lecteur CD de Forte Puissance et Face Amovible Receptor FM/AM/Reproductor de CD de Alta Potencia y con Panel Extrable Rdio FM/AM/CD de Alta Potncia com Face Removvel
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with instructions, may cause harmful interference with radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that radio interference will not occur in particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
Carefully read this manual before using the unit. If you encounter any problems that are not covered in this manual, please consult the dealer where you purchased the unit or the dealer nearest to you. Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperatures, such as in direct sunlight or a hot air stream from the heater, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt, or excessive vibration. Do not turn on the unit if the temperature inside the car is very high. Always cool down the unit before usage. Parking your car in direct sunlight will result in a temperature rise. If the unit does not turn on, check the connections first. Then check whether the fuse at the back of the unit is blown. This unit has been designed specifically for playback of commark. Other discs cannot be pact discs bearing the played. Do not use non-conventional discs such as heart-shaped, octagonal discs, etc. The player could be dameged.
Handling the Front Panel
Attaching the Front Panel
Place the right hand side of the front panel so that the parts A of the front panel are engaged with the parts B of the unit as shown below. Then push the left hand side of the front panel until it is securely locked.
Detaching the Front Panel
Remove the CD from the unit, if any, and turn off the power of the unit. Press the REL to unlock the front panel from the unit. Grasp the front panel as shown below and remove it from the unit.
Detachable front panel Built-in power amplifier (max. output : 45W 4ch) Digital 12-hour quartz clock FM/AM PLL synthesizer tuner 30 Station preset memory Auto Store / Scan tuning 2-ch preamp output
Handling Compact Discs
Be careful when removing a compact disc after the playback is completed because the disc may be extremely hot. Do not expose compact discs to direct sunlight or any direct heat source. Check all compact discs before playing, and discard cracked, scratched or warped discs. Wipe dirty or damp discs outward from the center with a soft cloth. Do not use any solvent such as commercially available cleaners, antistatic spray, or thinner to clean the compact discs.
To avoid theft or loss of the front panel, you can deactivate the release button REL by installing the locking screw provided.
1. 2. 3.
Unscrew the bolt marked (See diagram above) Attach the front panel.
* at the left front side of the unit.
Select a locking screw from the mounting hardware (See page 6) and screw it into the same hole to fasten the front panel.
Do not press hard on the front panel when affixing it to the unit. No more than light to moderate pressure should be needed. Make sure there is no dust or dirt on the electrical terminals on the back of the front panel as this could cause intermitent operation or other malfunctions.
CD 2001_p.1-9 (E)
2/11/00, 1:32 PM
Identification of Controls
HIGH POWER 180 WATTS
/ TRK TUN
FM TS MIX RPT LD/SENS DISP AM
REL button Releases the detachable front panel. CD insertion slot Insert the CD here. LCD Display window PWR button Turns the power of the unit on. Mute on/off during power on. Press for more than 2 seconds to turn off. Eject button Ejects the CD. CD button Switches the CD playback mode. FM button Selects the FM Band & FM Travel store. AM button Selects the AM Band & AM Travel store. DISP button Display selector. Clock adjustment. LD/SENS button Switches the reception sensitivity between local and distance. Loudness on/off.
11 PRESET MEMORY button During radio reception : 1 - 6/ ; For Preset memory During CD mode : 4/MIX ; For Mix play
; For Repeat play
; For Pause 12 AUD button Audio control selector; Bass, Treble, Balance, Fader & Mute level. Mute level is selectable. / button 13 Used to tune in to the desired station. Adjusts the bass/treble/balance. / button 14 Scan/Preset scan tuning. Scan play in CD mode. Adjusts the bass/treble/fader. 15 VOL + / button Adjusts the volume and mute level. Mute is adjustable from 0 to -80.
Turning on the power
Volume Level Control
Press the VOL / to adjust the volume level. : Volume up : Volume down. You can check the volume level visually with the indicators in the display window. Volume level meter
Adjusting the Sound Characteristics
Press the AUD to select the desired adjustment mode. BASS TREBLE BALANCE & FADER Mute level Press the following buttons to adjust the selected item. Make the adjustment within 5 seconds after selecting. After 5 seconds, the display window will revert to previous indication. Adjustment Range BASS -7 BASS 7 TREB -7
to turn on the unit.
Turning off the power
for more than 2 seconds.
Setting the Clock
The clock uses a 12-hour display system.
BASS TREBLE BALANCE
Turn the ignition key to the ON position. Press the
9 (Full left) 9 (Full front)
9 (Full right) 9 (Full rear)
Muting the Sound
Briefly press while the receiver is on. on the display While muting the sound, the MUTE indicator is blinking. PWR again. To restore the previous volume level, press
FADER MUTE LEVEL
Press the DISP and hold 2 seconds to start. Use the following buttons to set the clock. (The blinking section can be adjusted.) / : Adjust the Hour and minute : To activate Hour blink : To activate Minute blink Press the
You can check the each level visually with the indicators in the display window. Center level mark
When listening to music at low volume levels, this feature will boost the extremes of the bass and treble ranges to compensate for the negative characteristics of human hearing. Press the LD/SENS. The LD indicator appears in the display window. Pressing this button again will cancel this feature. BALANCE FADER
to activate the clock.
Ignition-off Clock Call
The display will illuminate showing the time and then automatically shut off after 5 seconds. Briefly press the DISP while the ignition switch is in the OFF position to activate.
Each time the DISP is pressed, the display window will change as shown below; Radio mode Frequency and Clock. CD mode Elapsed track time and clock.
Preset Scan Tuning 1. 2.
Receiving the Memorized Stations
to select the desired radio band.
Press the AM or FM to select the desired band. FM I FM II FM III or AM I AM II Press the or to tune in stations. Seek tuning automatically stops at a broadcasted frequency. When tuning to FM stereo broadcasting stations, the stereo indicator will light up in the display window.
Press the. The unit will scan preset memory for the 12 stations from the AM I/AM II band or the 18 stations from the FM I or FM II and FM III bands. The unit will stop at each preset station for 8 seconds, before continuing to the next preset station. again to stop Preset Scan Tuning and rePress the main this on the selected frequency.
Press the Press the
Local/Distant (LO/DX) Selection
This feature is used to select the strength of the signals at which the radio will stop during Seek Tuning. Press the LD/SENS for more than 2 seconds to select the Local setting and only the strongest (local) stations will be received. The lo indicator appears in the display window. Pressing again for 2 seconds will select the Distant setting and the radio will stop at a wider range of signals, including weaker more distant stations. The lo indicator will go out on the display window. The Distant setting is the recommended default mode of reception.
Manual Tuning 1. 2.
Memorizing Stations Automatically (Travel Store)
to select the desired band.
Press the or and hold for more than 0.5 second to activate the manual tuning mode. Press again to tune in to stations. After 4 seconds duration of completing Manual Tuning, the tuning control will revert to the Seek Tuning mode.
Hold the AM or FM pressed for longer than 2 seconds. Up to 6 stations with strong signals will be automatically stored in preset memory for the selected band.
This function is available for FM III and AM II.
Scan Tuning 1. 2.
Memorizing Only the Desired Stations
A total of 30 stations (18 for the FM I, FM II and FM III, 12 for AM I and AM II) can be stored in preset memory.
Press the. The unit will scan the selected radio band for stations. Press the again to stop Scan Tuning and remain on this selected frequency.
When tuned in to broadcasting stations, the antenna indicator on the display window is lit.
to select the desired radio band. to tune in stations.
Press and hold the desired preset memory button 1 6/ for about 2 seconds until the frequency indicator flashes twice. The number of the pressed preset memory button appears on the display window.
If/when you store another station on the same preset number button, the previously stored station is replaced with new one.
Playing the CD player
Insert the disc into the CD insertion slot with the labeled side facing up. indicator will light up in the display window and play back begins automatically. Labeled side up
Listening to a disc that is already loaded
Press the CD to select the CD mode. Playback begins automatically.
Scan Play ENGLISH
Press the during CD mode. The SCAN indicator appears in the display window. This will play the first 10 seconds of all the tracks on the disc. again to cancel this feature. Press the
Press the 6/. To resume playback, press the
Press the 5/RPT during CD mode. The RPT indicator appears in the display window and the current track is played repeatedly. Press the 5/RPT again to cancel this feature.
to select the radio reception.
Press the to eject the disc.
s NEVER Insert 3-inch CDs.
This unit is designed for playback of standard 5-inch CDs only. Do not attempt to use 3-inch CD singles in this unit, either with or without an adaptor, as damage to the player and/or disc may occur. The unit will turn-on automatically when a CD is inserted if the ignition switch is ON.
Press the 4/MIX during CD mode. All the tracks on the current disc are played in random order. Press the 4/MIX again to cancel this feature.
Playing a CD in various modes
Press the or during CD mode. Track numbers appear in the display window. : Playback starts from the beginning of the next track. : Playback starts from the beginning of the current track. Press again to play the previous track.
During playback of a CD, the pie-shaped indicator spins.
Cue / Review
Press and hold the or during CD mode. Release when you have found the desired point. : To search forward. : To search backward.
Supplied Mounting Hardware
Installation in the dashboard.
Sleeve Bushing, Screw Locking Mounting Strap Release Screw and Screws Keys
Install the sleeve in the dashboard.
As shown in the figure below, securely fasten the screw, which has been inserted into the bushing, at the rear of the unit. Fire wall Removal trim ring (Supplied)
Be sure to remove/detach the front panel before you start installing the unit. Choose the mounting location carefully so that the unit will not interfere with the normal driving operations of the driver. Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure installation. Handle the sleeve carefully to avoid injuring your fingers. When mounting the unit in a car, keep the unit as level as possible. If the unit must be mounted at an angle, due to the design of the vehicle, make sure that the unit does not tilt upward by more than 30.
Select and bend the appropriate tabs to hold the sleeve firmly in place.
The distance to the fire wall varies due to the type of the car. Be sure to secure the unit by properly inserting the bushing.
Mounting Strap Use
Insufficient fastening of the screw may cause some CDs to skip.
Attaching the Mounting Strap to the underside of the dash board, using screw. Attach the back of the unit to the Mounting Strap using the support stem bolt and hardware. Fire wall
Failure to properly install the Mounting Strap or rear support Bushing is a major cause of CD skipping. Without these securing devices, the chassis of the CD receiver is able to move up & down whenever the road has imperfections and CD skipping results.
Removal trim ring (Supplied)
Some Japanese/Asian vehicles such as TOYOTA & NISSAN do not require use of the sleeve and trim ring assembly. To secure the replacement radio use the O.E.M. brackets and mounting screws. These brackets will align with the threaded screw holes found on each side of the new radio.
To prevent short circuit, remove the key from the ignition and disconnect the batterys (-) terminal. This unit is designed for negative ground 12 V DC operation only. You can not use it for 24 V or other types of car batteries.
ANTENNA SOCKET ANTENNA PLUG
In the case of a 2-speaker system, tape the ends of unconnected terminals to prevent short circuit
(White) (White/Black) Front Left Speaker Front Right Speaker Rear Left Speaker Rear Right Speaker
Connection procedure Caution
DO NOT connect any speaker wires to the metal body or chassis of the vehicle. DO NOT connect the speaker common (-) wires to each other. Connect each speaker wire directly to each speaker terminal. All speaker common (-) wires must remain floating. i.e. No Common Connections or connections to vehicle grd. Connect each pair of speaker leads only to a single speaker (or speaker system) that has an impedance of least 4 ohms, as well as 45-watt power-handling capability. Do not connect speaker leads to any inputs on external amplifiers. This will cause damage to the internal amplifier of this unit.
(White) (White/Black) (Gray) (Gray/Black) (Green) (Green/Black) (Violet) (Violet/Black) Do Not Connect Do Not Connect Left Speaker Right Speaker
(Gray) (Gray/Black) (Green) (Green/Black) (Violet) (Violet/Black)
+12V Constant Power Supply (Yellow) +12V Accessory/Switched (Red) Ground Wire (Black) Power Antenna/Amplifier Turn On (Blue)
Preamp Out/Line Out Connections
Since this unit has Line Level Outputs, you can use an amplifier to upgrade your vehicle stereo system.
Make sure the cars ignition key has been removed. Disconnect the negative (-) terminal of the cars battery. Connect the wiring harness wires in the following order : Ground wire (Black), +12V Constant Power Supply (Yellow), +12V Accessory/Switched (Red) and Power Antenna/Amplifier Turn On (Blue), and tape each so they do not come in contact with each other. Connect the speaker wires of the wiring harness. Connect the cars antenna terminal to the antenna socket of the unit. Connect the detachable wire harness to the unit. Reconnect the negative (-) terminal of the cars battery. Start the cars engine. Make sure the unit operates properly.
RCA Line-out Jacks
White (Left) Red (Right)
RCA Line-out Jacks (For Rear Speakers)
Connect a patch cable (not supplied) from the White (left rear channel) and Red (right rear channel) RCA line output jacks of the unit to the line input terminals of the external amplifier.
2/11/00, 1:33 PM
Replacing the Fuse
If the fuse is blown, check the power connection first and then replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again under normal conditions, the unit may be defective.
Removing the Unit
Use the supplied release keys when you need to remove the unit from the car. Insert them into the unit as shown below. This will unlock the unit from the sleeve, allowing for removal of the unit.
Back of the unit
Use only a fuse with the specified amperage (10 A). Use of another type of fuse can result in a fire or unit damage. Handle the release keys carefully to avoid injuring your fingers. Keep the release keys in a safe place for future use.
Cleaning the Connectors
If the connectors of the unit and the front panel are contaminated, malfunctions may occur. Detach the front panel and clean the connectors with an alcohol dampened cotton swab as shown below.
Back of the front panel
Returning to the Initial Settings
When the reset button is pressed, the microcomputer of the unit returns to the initial settings. If the display window is not properly shown or the unit malfunctions, press the reset button with the point of a sharp object such as a ball-point pen.
The following check will assist in the correction of most problems which you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the check list below, refer back to the connection and operating procedures.
CD Player Troubleshooting
When problems occur with CD playback, an error message appears in the display window. Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the suggested corrective action. If the error persists, contact your nearest Blaupunkt dealer. Message E-01 Possible cause Dirty disc. Scratched disc. Up-side-down. Focus error. Recommended action Clean the disc. Replace the disc. Check the disc. Try ejecting and re-inserting under normal temperature conditions. Under normal temperature conditions, eject and insert clean, undamaged disc properly. Eject and re-insert.
: Approx. 178 mm 50 mm 155 mm (W H D) Power requirements : 12 volts DC car battery (negative ground) Output Power : 45 watts 4 channels Output Wiring : Floating-ground type designed for 2 or 4 speaker use. RCA low-level outputs (2 channels). Output Impedance : Compatible with 4-8 ohm speakers. Low - Level Output : 2 V. Dimensions
Trouble Memorized stations and correct time are erased. The fuse has blown. Radio works when the ignition key is in the ON, ACC and OFF positions. No power is being supplied to the unit. The power is continuously supplied to the unit. Cause/Solution Leads are not matched correctly with the cars accessory power connector. Check wiring for short circuits. The car doesnt have an ACC position.
Tuning Range : AM : 530 - 1, 710 kHz (10 kHz step) FM : 87.5 - 107.9 MHz (200 kHz step) : AM : 20 V FM : 1.5 V : 30 dB
Data and focus error.
Sensitivity FM Stereo Separation
Trouble Preset stations are not receivable. Seek tuning is not possible. Travel Store feature does not complete storing of six stations Cause/Solution The broadcast signal is too weak. The broadcast signal is too weak. Use manual tuning. Not enough broadcast frequencies are receivable. E-04 Mechanical problem.
Frequency Response S/N Ratio Wow & Flutter : 20 - 20,000 Hz : 98 dB : Below the measurable limit
Also make sure that antenna is connected, extended and dry inside. If the above mentioned solutions do not help to improve the situation, consult your nearest Blaupunkt dealer or in the United States call 1-800-266-2528 for technical assistance, parts and service. Call 1-800-950-2528 for dealer referral or to request product brochure.
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