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Chicago RCM 169 Hannover 2000 DJ Kansas DJ Montreal RCM 169 Paris RCM 169

Operating instructions

Chicago RCM 169 Option / Optional / Tilval / Optie / Opcional / Opo:
20 Hannover 2000 DJ Kansas DJ Montreal RCM 169 Paris RCM 169

Table of contents

Quick Reference.. 45 RC 08 remote control unit. 53 Important notes.. 54
What you need to know. 54 Traffic safety... 54 Installation.. 54 Telephone mute. 54 Accessories.. 54 Guarantee.. 54 International telephone information. 54 Storing stations.. 61 Selecting the seek tuning sensitivity. 62 Switching from stereo to mono (FM). 63 Automatic bandwidth adjustment (SHARX).. 63 PTY - Program Type.. 63 Program type.. 63

Changer operation.. 70

Switching on CD changer operation.. 70 Selecting the display mode. 70 Selecting CDs and tracks. 70 Repeat tracks/CDs with RPT. 71 TPM (Track Program Memory). 71 MIX... 72 SCAN.. 72 Entering CD names.. 72 Deleting CD names/TPM with DSC UPDATE.. 73
Traffic information station reception with RDS-EON. 66
Traffic announcement priority on/off. 66 Warning beep.. 66 Switching the warning beep off. 66 Automatic search function.. 66 Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements and the warning beep. 66
KeyCard theft protection system 55
Putting the unit into operation. 55 Removing the KeyCard. 55 Training a second KeyCard/ Replacing a KeyCard.. 55 Displaying the radio pass data. 56 Short Additional Memory (S.A.M.). 56 Turn On Message (T.O.M.). 56 Optical display as theft protection. 56 Care of your KeyCard.. 57 Lost or damaged KeyCard. 57 Training the new KeyCard.. 57

Clock - Time.. 74

Correcting the clock after the power has been disconnected.. 74 Deactivating the hour correction function.. 74

Cassette operation.. 67

Dolby B NR*.. 67 Selecting the display mode. 67 Track reverse.. 68 Scanning cassette titles with SCAN.. 68 Selecting titles with S-CPS. 68 Repeating titles with RPT. 69 Fast tape forward/rewind.. 69 Listening to the radio while fast forwarding or rewinding the tape with Radio Monitor 69 Automatically skipping over blank portions of the tape with Blank Skip (BLS). 69 Care instructions.. 69
Setting the equaliser.. 75
Notes on making the settings.. 75 Setting recommendations on the Internet.. 75 Assistance in setting your equaliser.. 76

DSC programming.. 77

Overview of the DSC factory settings. 80
Selecting the operating mode.. 58 Optimising display legibility. 58 Radio operation with RDS. 59
AF - Alternative frequency.. 59 REG - regional program.. 59 Selecting a waveband. 60 Station tuning.. 60 44
Specifications. 80 Glossary Technical Terminology. 81 Index... 83
1 Unlocking the fold-down operating panel It is possible to insert or remove the KeyCard and the cassette when the operating panel is unlocked. To unlock the panel press 1, the operating panel will fold down. The operating panel cannot be removed. Do not use the panel as a rest or shelf. To lock the panel, push it back into its starting position (arrow 3).

2 ON Switching the unit on: With the KeyCard inserted, press ON briefly. The unit will begin to play in the operating mode selected last at the pre-set volume.
Switching the unit on/off with the KeyCard: The unit switches on or off when the KeyCard is inserted or removed. Refer to section @ in the Quick Reference on the KeyCard theft protection system. Switching the unit on/off with the ignition: If the unit has been connected accordingly, it can be switched on and off with the car ignition. After you switch off the ignition, a double beep will sound to remind you to remove the KeyCard and take it with you. Switching the unit on with the ignition switched off: After you have switched off the ignition (KeyCard is inserted in the unit), you can continue to operate the unit as follows: After the double beep press ON. The unit will switch on. After the unit has played for an hour it will switch off automatically to prevent the car battery from running down.
To switch off the unit: Press ON for approx. 1 second.

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For safetys sake, the operating panel must remain locked when the vehicle is in motion. When you leave the vehicle, unlock the panel and remove the KeyCard to protect the equipment against theft.
Switching the sound on/off: Press ON briefly. When the sound has been switched off, MUTE will appear in the display. The sound can be switched on again by turning the volume knob 3.

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The viewing angle of the display can be adjusted individually to ensure optimum legibility. If necessary, refer to the section on Optimising the display legibility.

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Quick Reference
3 Adjusting the volume Turn the knob to adjust the volume as desired. Menu level 1 Station keys and memory levels Menu level 2 Adjusting the radio functions
The volume level selected will appear in the display. When the unit is switched on, it will automatically play at the pre-set volume (ON VOL). It is possible to adjust the ON VOL (refer to DSC programming - ON VOL). 4 Softkeys / Display Softkey = key with different functions The functions which appear in the display can be selected. Radio operation While listening to the radio you can press TU to switch between menu level 1 and menu level 2. The unit will return to menu level 1 automatically 8 seconds after the last key is pressed.

NEXT - FM Switches between the memory levels for FM I, FM II, FM T. NEXT - AM (MW, LW) Switches between the MW and LW wavebands. ST1 - ST6 On this memory level it is possible to store radio stations on the FM levels I, II and T on the keys marked ST1 to ST6. 6 stations each can be stored for the MW and LW wavebands. Storing a radio station - Press one of the station keys from ST1 to ST6 until it is possible to hear the program again (beep). Recalling a radio station - Select the desired waveband. For FM press NEXT to select the memory level required and press the corresponding station key briefly.
NEXT - FM Switches between the memory levels for FM I, FM II, FM T. NEXT - AM (MW, LW) Switches between the MW and LW wavebands. BND Selects the waveband and memory level (FM I, FM II, FM T, MW, LW). SCA - Scan a) PTY is switched off (lettering is lit normally, not highlighted in the display) Press SCA briefly (Radio Scan) SCAN will flash in the display alternately with the abbreviation for the station being scanned. All of the radio stations within reception range will be scanned.
b) PTY is switched on (lettering is highlighted in the display)
AF (Alternative Frequency for RDS operation) If AF is highlighted in the display, the radio will automatically search for a
REVerse Switches to the opposite track (side). The display indicates which track is currently playing (Side A/B).
Press SCA the stations broadcasting the programs for the PTY program type selected will be scanned.
PTY (Program Type) With PTY the station keys become program type keys. PTY must be highlighted in the display (press PTY if necessary). Now it is possible to select a program type such as NEWS, SPORT, POP, and store it on one of the station keys.
In the cassette mode, the softkeys can be used to select the corresponding cassette functions.
TS (Travelstore) If you press TS, the radio will switch to FMT from any other waveband. The six stations with the strongest reception will be stored automatically. After the stations have been stored, the radio will tune into the station with the best reception and begin to play.

Cassette operation

Stopping Radio Scan / Preset Scan: Press SCA or the rocker switch once again.
ENT (Enter) Press this key briefly to accept or store an adjustment.
Press SCA for approx. 1 second (Preset Scan) You will hear a beep and SCAN will flash in the display alternately with the abbreviation for the station being scanned. The radio stations which have been stored on the station keys and which are currently within reception range will be scanned.
EXIT Press this key briefly to end or cancel an adjustment.
REG (Regional function) This function is active when REG is highlighted in the display. REG on/off: Press TU to select menu level 2 and press REG briefly. If necessary, refer to the section on REG - Regional in the more detailed instructions.

frequency with better reception for the station you are tuned into. AF on/off: Press TU to select menu level 2 and press AF briefly.
Press << >> to activate the PTY program types and press the station keys to store them (press the key for approx. 2 seconds, until you hear a beep).
SCA (Scan) Briefly scans the cassette titles. Starting/ending Scan: Press SCA. When the function is active, SCAN will appear in the display. RPT (Repeat) To repeat the scanned or the next title. The title will repeat until RPT is switched off. The Repeat function will end automatically when the cassette is removed or the set is switched off. Switching Repeat on/off: Press RPT, the activated function will appear briefly in the display to indicate whether it is switched on or off. Dolby B NR* Cassettes recorded using Dolby B NR will playback in the best quality when symbol appears on a highlighted the background.
* The noise reduction system is manufactured under licence by the Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. The word DOLBY and the double-D symbol are trademarks of the DOLBY Laboratories.
RM (Radio Monitor) To listen to the radio while fast forwarding or rewinding the tape. When RM appears highlighted in the display, it is possible to listen to the radio while the tape is rewinding or forwarding. Switching Radio Monitor on/off: Press RM, the activated function will appear briefly in the display to indicate whether it is switched on or off. BLS (Blank Skip) The set skips over blank portions of the tape when BLS appears highlighted in the display. As soon as there is a break of more than 10 sec. during cassette playback, the fast forward function will be activated to move to the next title. Switching Blank Skip on/off: Press BLS, the activated function will appear briefly in the display to indicate whether it is switched on or off.

Changer operation

In the changer mode, the softkeys can be used to select the corresponding changer functions. MIX CD tracks will be played in random order. Press the MIX key to select the following functions: - MIX CD = the tracks on the CD will be played in random order. If you are using a CD changer, the CDs will be selected in numerical order and the tracks in random order. - MIX MAG = all of the tracks on all of the CDs in the magazine will be played in random order. - MIX OFF = switches the function off. SCA - Scan Scans all of the tracks on a CD.
TPM - Track Program Memory Stores and plays your favourite tracks. It is possible to manage up to 99 CDs with up to 40 tracks. (Refer to the section on TPM programming.) CLR To clear the TPM memory. (See the section on TPM - Deleting the memory)

If you press the rocker switch when the unit is on menu level 2, it will automatically return to menu level 1.

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fast forward fast rewind
Station seek tuning up down
<< / >> down/up in short intervals (for FM only when AF and PTY are switched off)
<< / >> Select CD >> up: Press briefly << down: Press briefly
RPT - Repeat CD tracks or CDs in the CD changer can be repeated as often as desired. Press the RPT key to select one of the following functions: - REP TRCK = Repeat track - REP CD = Repeat CD - RPT OFF = switches the function off
6 Rocker switch Radio operation
Select title (S-CPS) forwards back
Stop Scan: Press SCA. The track scanned last will begin to play.
Start Scan: Press SCA. The tracks will be scanned in ascending order one after the other. The scan time can be adjusted (see DSC programming - SCANTIME).
5 TA (Traffic Announcement = priority for traffic information) TP will appear in the display when the radio is tuned into a traffic information station. TA will appear in the display when the priority for traffic information has been activated. The radio will then play traffic information radio stations only. Priority on/off: Press TA. Interrupt an announcement: Press TA or EXIT.
For FM only: << / >> Pages through the station chain with AF on and PTY off e.g.: NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, N-JOY,.
/ Select track up: Press briefly CUE - fast forward (audible): Hold pressed down down: Press twice or repeatedly briefly To restart the track: Press briefly REVIEW - fast reverse (audible): Hold pressed down
8 AUD Adjusts treble, bass, balance (left/ right), fader (front/rear) and Loudness. Loudness = Boosts low frequency for more bass and a better adjustment to the human ear.
Special Loudness feature: Press / to select the setting from LOUD 6 to LOUD OFF. Switching off AUD: Press EXIT. If you do not alter any of the settings, AUD will switch off automatically after 8 seconds. Additional feature Switching the equaliser on/off (DPE ON/OFF): Press AUD for approx. 2 seconds. DPE ON or DPE OFF will appear briefly in the display. For more information on the equaliser: Refer to Setting the equaliser. 9 DIS Selects different display modes. Radio operation
Additional functions for the rocker switch: Other adjustments are possible with AUD 8 DSC-MODE 7 PTY as long as the corresponding function is activated. 7 DSC (Direct Software Control) Using DSC it is possible to adjust the programmable basic settings. Further information: DSC programming.
Kansas DJ, Chicago RCM 169: For FM, AM, CD, AUX and TA it is possible to store different treble, bass and loudness settings.
How to make the settings: Select the operating mode. Press AUD once, BASS and the level currently selected will appear in the display.

Use << / >> to select the different modes. Use / to make the corresponding settings. The settings selected will appear in the display. The setting selected last will be stored automatically.
Press DIS briefly: - Name of the current radio station - Current frequency - PTY code This will not work properly unless the radio is able to receive an RDS station in adequate reception quality.

: Display

SCA RPT

RM BLS

Press DIS for approx. 2 seconds: Display will alternate between the clock and the waveband (incl. the memory level for FM). Cassette operation Press DIS briefly: The display mode selected will appear briefly in the display. COUNTER - tape counter CLOCK - time ELAPSED - elapsed playing time for the tape side REMAIN - remaining playing time on the tape side Changer operation Press DIS briefly: - CD number, track number, clock - CD number, track number, time played - CD name, track number
- Scans cassette titles briefly - Title repeat function for cassette operation - Dolby B NR is active - Radio listening during fast tape forwarding or rewind - Blank tape portions will be skipped automatically

NDR2 FM I, II, T TP, TA

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SIDE A REV

- Side (track) A is playing - Reverse (tape side reverse)

PTY AF

- station name - waveband - memory level I, II or Travelstore - TP = Traffic Program - TA = Priority for traffic information is activated - Program type is activated - Alternative frequency for RDS - Seek tuning sensitivity adjustable with DSC - Equaliser is switched on - Cassette is inserted
CD 10 T3 - CD number and track number or VIVALDI - CD name MIX - CD tracks can be played in random order SCA - CD tracks are being scanned RPT - Repeat function for changer operation TPM - Store and play favourite CD tracks CLR - Delete TPM memory
? Visual theft protection The following conditions must be fulfilled before the light diode will flash as a visual indication of theft protection: The unit is switched off; The operating panel is folded down; The KeyCard has been removed; The DSC menu settings is switched to LED ON (factory setting). For more information, refer to DSC programming, LED ON/OFF. @ KeyCard theft protection system The KeyCard must be inserted before the unit can be operated. Perform these steps in the reverse order to remove the KeyCard. Make sure to read the information in the section on KeyCard theft protection system. A Eject Press the Eject button briefly to eject the cassette.

FM I, II, T or MW, LW or 00:20 or 12:50
- FM memory level - Waveband - Time played - Clock
; CDC Switches to changer operation (only if a changer is connected). If there is no changer, the system will switch to AUX as long as AUX ON is switched on in the DSC menu. < CC Switches to cassette operation = TU (TUNER) Switches to radio operation. Switches to the memory levels/wavebands FM I, FM II, TS (Travelstore), MW and LW. > Cassette slot Insert cassette (Side A or 1 facing up; opening to the right).

KeyCard

Inserting the KeyCard Press 1 to unlock the operating panel; it will fold down forwards. Insert the KeyCard with the contact points facing down (see illustration). Lock the operating panel. For safetys sake, the operating panel must remain locked when the vehicle is in motion. When you leave the vehicle, unlock the panel and remove the KeyCard to protect the equipment against theft.
Included with package: Chicago RCM 169 Optional: Hannover 2000 DJ Kansas DJ Montreal RCM 169 Paris RCM 169

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Radio operation Station seek tuning up down << / >> down/up in short intervals (for FM only when AF and PTY are switched off) For FM only: << / >> Pages through the station chain with AF on and PTY off e.g.: NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, N-JOY,.
E Sound mute on/off: briefly. When the sound has Press been switched off MUTE will appear in the display. Cassette operation Switching sound on/off: briefly. Press Track switch: Press for approx. 1 sec.
Cassette operation / Select title (S-CPS) forwards back fast forward fast rewind
B V- / V+ Volume control C SRC (Source) Switches operating modes - Radio - CC (Cassette) - Changer (if a changer is connected)
Select track up: Press briefly CUE - fast forward (audible): Hold pressed down down: Press twice or repeatedly briefly To restart the track: Press briefly REVIEW - fast reverse (audible): Hold pressed down
RC 08 remote control unit

Important notes

What you need to know
Before using your new car audio system, please read through the following information carefully.

Telephone mute

If a car phone has been installed, it is possible to mute radio, cassette and CD playback automatically during a telephone call (telephone mute). PHONE will then appear in the display. Traffic announcements continue to have priority if you have activated TA. You can interrupt traffic messages by pressing TA.
Amplifiers All Blaupunkt amplifiers CD changers The following CD changers can be connected directly: CDC A 06, A 072, A 08. The A 05 and the A 071 can be connected with the adapter cable 889 093. The CDC-A 08 is included with the Hannover 2000 DJ / Kansas DJ.

Traffic safety

As the driver of a motor vehicle, it is your responsibility to pay attention to the traffic situation at all times. Never use your car audio system in a way that could distract you. Please keep in mind that you travel a distance of 14 m per second at a speed of only 50 km/h. Should the traffic situation become particularly demanding, we advise you not to use the audio system. Always make sure that you are still able to hear any warning signals coming from outside the vehicle, such as police or fire engine sirens, so that you can react accordingly. Consequently, you should always select a moderate volume for playing your car audio system while you are driving.

REG - regional program

Certain radio programs are split up at times into regional programs offering local information. The 1st program broadcast by NDR, for example, offers programs with different contents in the northern states of Germany Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg and Lower Saxony at certain times of the day. If you are listening to a program and want to continue to listen to that program, it is advisable to switch to REG ON. If you leave the service area of the regional program you are tuned into, or if you would like to take advantage of the full RDS service, switch to REG OFF. To switch REG on/off: Press TU, menu level 2 will appear.
AF - Alternative frequency
The AF (Alternative Frequency) function makes sure that the strongest frequency of the currently selected program is always tuned in automatically. Switching AF on/off: For radio operation Press TU, menu level 2 will appear. Press the AF button briefly. The function is activated when AF lights up in the display.

Menu level 2

If the reception quality of the selected program deteriorates beyond a certain point: Tune into another station.
Press the key marked REG, you can switch to REG ON or REG OFF.
SEARCH will disappear from the display when the alternative frequency has been found or after the frequency band has been run through completely.
If SEARCH appears in the display when you switch on the radio or recall one of the stored frequencies, this indicates that the unit is automatically searching for an alternative frequency.
While searching for the strongest reception signal, the radio may switch to mute briefly.
Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)
The setting selected will appear briefly in the display. When the regional function has been activated, the corresponding key will be highlighted in the display.

Station tuning

Automatic tuning / Press / ; the car radio will automatically search for the next station. If you hold / on the rocker switch pressed up or down, seek tuning will speed up in upwards or downwards direction.
If necessary, deactivate these functions in menu level 2. Manual tuning: Press << >>; the frequency will change in short intervals downwards or upwards. If you hold the right or left part of the rocker switch pressed down, the frequency scan will accelerate.

Clock - Time

This car stereo is equipped with a built-in clock which automatically takes advantage of RDS to ensure highly accurate time-keeping (hours, minutes). For the clock to function properly with RDS, an RDS station with the CT function (CT clock time) must be received. The automatic correction of the time can be switched off.

Displaying the clock

You can set the clock to permanent display in both the radio and CD modes. Radio mode: You can switch between clock display and waveband (incl. memory bank for FM). To do so press DIS for approx. 2 seconds. Cassette operation: You can select from four different display modes. To switch to the clock press DIS repeatedly until CLOCK appears in the top line of the display. Changer operation: You can select from three different display modes. To switch to the clock press DIS as often as necessary.
The time will be set automatically by RDSCT, but can also be adjusted manually if desired. You need only set the time manually if it is not possible to receive an RDS station with CT (clock time). If you want to set the time manually, refer to the section on DSC programming - CLOCKSET.

Setting the clock

a) automatically The clock is set automatically when the radio is tuned into an RDS station which has the CT function (clock time). b) manually with DSC-CLOCKSET Press DSC briefly, CLOCKSET will appear in the display. Press << >> to set the hours/minutes. You can move to a different position by pressing /. After you have set the clock, press ENT briefly to store the new setting.
Deactivating the hour correction function
In the DSC menu it is possible to switch off the hour correction function with CLK MAN/ CLK AUTO. An automatic correction for minutes will continue to take place. This is useful if you would like to display the time for a different time zone, for example. If necessary, Press DSC briefly and Press / as often as required until CLK MAN/CLK AUTO appears in the display. To deactivate the hour correction function press << >> to select CLK MAN.
Correcting the clock after the power has been disconnected
If the radio has been disconnected from its power source for a longer period of time, 0:00 will appear in the display when it is re-connected.
Position, installation and the rear volumes of, for example, the door or rear window shelf all play an important role. Even the sound produced by well selected and installed speakers can be affected negatively by resonance frequencies in the vehicle interior. As a result, the bass sounds may be lost or reverberate, the mid-range tones sound too overpowering and music instruments or voices may be distorted or the total sound quality may be completely lifeless. The overall sound quality can be greatly enhanced if certain frequencies are suppressed or boosted. This car stereo is equipped with 2 parametric filters. The first filter LOW EQ can be set from 32 to 500 Hz, the second filter HIGH EQ from 630 to 10000 Hz. In this context, parametric means that it is possible to set the frequency and either boost or reduce it (+10 to 20 dB) individually for each of these filters. These parametric filters can be adjusted to very exact settings even without the help of measuring instruments.

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 cassette/CD which you are familiar with to adjust the filters. The cassette/CD should include different types of musical 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 equaliser, set bass, treble, balance and fader to 0. This setting is described in the Quick Reference under 8 AUD. Now listen to the cassette/CD you have selected. Evaluate the sound according to your own personal preferences. Now refer to Sound impression/problem in the table and you will find suggestions to eliminate any problems under What to do. Make the settings for bass and the lower mid-range tones with the LOW EQ filter,
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.
Setting recommendations on the Internet
Refer to our home page on the Internet http://www.blaupunkt.de to find setting recommendations for new vehicles on the market.
Now you can compare the sound produced by your car stereo with and without the equaliser.
Press ENT to store your settings. You can switch the equaliser on and off by pressing AUD for approx. 2 seconds.
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.
The individual steps you have to take to make these settings are described in the table.
select HIGH EQ for treble and mid-range tones. The HIGH EQ and LOW EQ filters can be set in the DSC menu:

Setting the equaliser

Assistance in setting your equaliser
Start to make your settings in the mid-range/treble and end it with the bass range. Frequency range Bass Hz Sound impression/problem Bass reproduction too weak What to do Boost the bass 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.

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EON Enhanced Other Network In RDS, EON makes it possible to exchange station information within a station network. Traffic information, for example, can be forwarded automatically from a traffic information station to a station which does not broadcast traffic information in the same network. After the traffic announcement has been put through, the radio switches back to the original station.
Glossary - Technical Terminology
Preset Scan See Scan PTY Designed for the selection of a specific type of program in FM (e.g. sports, news). Also see RDS. RDS Radio Data System Service provided by radio stations to enhance radio listening pleasure. The station name, for example, is displayed instead of the frequency. Other RDS functions include: AF Alternative Frequency EON Enhanced Other Networks Radio text REG Regional program PTY Program type TA Traffic Announcement TP Traffic Program REG Regional programs have priority. REG ON stops the radio from automatically switching to a different regional program broadcast by the same station because it has better reception. Also see RDS. Reverse Switches the tape running direction during cassette playback. Autoreverse automatically switches to the other side at the end of the tape. RM Radio Monitor Automatically switches to radio playback while the tape is fast forwarding or rewinding. RPT (Repeat) Repeats CD tracks. In changer operation you can repeat single tracks or complete CDs. SCAN Briefly plays the radio stations in your current reception range or the tracks on a CD in CD mode. Using Preset Scan you can scan the radio stations stored on the preset buttons. S-CPS Super Cassette Program Search See CPS. Softkey (Software key) Key with varying functions TA - Traffic Announcement (priority for traffic information) TA in the display indicates that the priority for traffic announcements has been switched on. Also see RDS. TP - Traffic Program TP in the display indicates that the radio is tuned into a station which broadcasts traffic information. Also see RDS. TPM Track Program Memory Stores and plays your favourite tracks in CD or changer mode. TS Travelstore Automatically stores the stations with the best reception on the station preset buttons. Very useful during trips.

Accessories 54 Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements 66 Adjusts the display 78 Alternative frequency 59 Assistance in setting your equaliser 76 Automatic bandwidth adjustment 63 Automatic tuning 60
ENT 47 Entering CD names 72 EON 66 Equaliser 75, 76 EXIT 47
Manual tuning 60 Menu level 46 MIX 72 Mono 63 MUTE 45
Bandwidth adjustment 63 Blank Skip (BLS) 69 BND 46
Factory settings 80 Fast tape forward/rewind 69
Operating mode 58 Operating panel is unlocked Optimising display 58 45
Care instructions (Cassette) 69 Care of your KeyCard 57 Cassette operation 67 Changer operation 70 Changing the memory bank 61 Clock 74 CODE-ERR 57 CPS 68

Glossary 81 Guarantee 54

Preset Scan 62 Program type 63 PTY 63 PTY priority 65 PTY SCAN 65

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Damaged KeyCard 57 Deleting CD names 73 Deleting TPM 73 DIS 50
Installation 54 International telephone information 54
Radio Data System 59 Radio Monitor (RM) 69 Radio operation with RDS 59 Radio Scan 62 RDS-EON 66 83

KeyCard 55

Display 46, 51 Display brightness daytime/night-time 78 Displaying the radio pass data 56 Dolby B NR 67
LO/DX 62 Lost KeyCard 57 Loudness 50
Regional programs 59 Remote control unit 53 Repeat (Cassette) 69 Repeat (Changer) 49 Repeating CDs 71 Repeating titles (Cassette) 69 Repeating tracks 71 Switching the unit on with the ignition switched o 45
Technical Terminology 81 Telephone information 54 Telephone mute 54 Theft protection 56 Theft protection system 55 Time 74 TPM 71 Track reverse 68 Traffic information station reception 66 Traffic safety 54 Training the new KeyCard 57 Travelstore 61 Turn On Message (T.O.M.) 56
S-CPS 68 SCAN 72 Scan time 62 Scanning cassette titles with SCAN 68 Scrolling through the broadcasting networks 60 Seek tuning sensitivity 62 Selecting CDs 70 Selecting the display mode (Cassette) 67 Selecting the display mode (Changer) 70 Selecting titles (Cassette) 68 Selecting tracks (Changer) 70 Setting recommendations on the Internet 75 SHARX 63 Short Additional Memory (S.A.M.) 56 Softkeys 46 Station tuning 60 Stereo 63 Storing stations 61 Switching the sound on/off 45

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Specifications. 97

Amplifier.. 97 Tuner... 97 Tape deck.. 97

Tape operation.. 82

Inserting a cassette.. 82 Removing a cassette.. 82 Switching on tape deck operation. 82 Dolby B NR*.. 82 Selecting the display mode. 83 Track reverse.. 83 Scanning cassette titles with SCAN.. 83 Selecting titles with S-CPS. 83 Repeating titles with RPT. 84 Fast tape forward/rewind.. 84 Listening to the radio while fast forwarding or rewinding the tape with Radio Monitor (RM).. 84 Automatically skipping over blank portions of the tape with Blank Skip (BLS)... 84 Care instructions.. 84

Clock - Time.. 88

Displaying the clock.. 88 Setting the clock.. 88 Selecting a 12 or 24-hour mode. 89 Synchronisation. 89
Index... 99 Installation instructions. 395
Setting the equaliser.. 89
Notes on making the settings.. 89 Switching the equaliser on/off. 90 Setting recommendations on the Internet.. 90 Assistance in setting your equaliser.. 91

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Glossary Technical Terminology. 97

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Quick Reference

1 Unlocking the fold-down operating panel After the operating panel has been unlocked it is possible to insert or remove the KeyCard or a cassette. Press 1 to unlock the panel, it will fold down forwards. The operating panel cannot be removed and must not be used as a storage shelf. To close and lock the operating panel, push it back to its original position (arrow 3). 2 ON Switching the unit on: With the KeyCard inserted, press ON briefly. The unit will begin to operate in the mode last selected at the power-on volume. Switching the sound on/off: Press ON briefly. If the sound has been switched off, Mute will appear in the display. You can switch on the sound again by turning the volume knob 3. Switching the unit on/off with the KeyCard: The unit can also be switched on/off by inserting or removing the KeyCard. Also refer to No. B in the Quick Reference for the section on the KeyCard theft protection system. Switching the unit on/off with the ignition: The unit can be switched on/off with the vehicle ignition if the unit has been installed accordingly. After you switch off the ignition, you will hear a beep to remind you to remove the KeyCard before you leave the vehicle. Switching the unit on when the ignition is off If the ignition is switched off (but the KeyCard in place), it is possible to operate the unit as follows:

4 Softkeys / Display Softkey = a key with changing functions You can select the functions which appear in the display.
Menu level 1 Station keys and memory banks
Menu level 2 Adjusting the radio functions TA will appear when the priority for traffic information has been activated. Switching priority on/off: Press TA. To interrupt a traffic message: Press STOP. Stop will only appear in the display during traffic message broadcasts. ENT (Enter) Press this key to accept/store the settings made. EXIT Press this key to end/cancel any settings made. AM Switches to AM (MW or LW). Press NEXT to select the other AM waveband. PS (Preset-Scan) The radio stations stored on the preset keys in reception range will be scanned one after the other. To stop the Preset Scan function: Press EXIT. SCAN All of the radio stations within reception range on the selected waveband will be scanned. To stop the Scan function: Press EXIT. Switch to AF, LOC, PTY, REG, RT, MONO: Press NEXT. If you want to activate these functions from menu level 1, first press TU and then NEXT.
NEXT - FM Switches to additional radio functions: AF, LOC, PTY, REG, RT, MONO PRE Switches to the previous radio functions: FM, TS, TA, AM, PS, SCAN. FM Switches to FM. TS (Travelstore) Automatically stores the six stations with the strongest reception in the FMT memory bank. TA (Traffic Announcement = Priority for traffic information) TP will appear in the display when the radio is tuned into a station which broadcasts traffic information. 56
RT - Radio text Transmits the text broadcast by the radio station selected. Radio text cannot be activated unless the ignition is off or you have switched to IGN off in the Install menu.
SCAN Scans the songs on the cassette briefly. To start/stop Scan: Press SCAN. When Scan is switched on, the corresponding red arrow will flash.
REG (Regional) Gives priority to regional programs. Switching REG on/off: Press REG briefly.
REVerse Switches to the other tape track (side). The display indicates which side (A/B) is currently playing.
PTY (Program Type) PTY changes the station keys into program keys. Switching PTY on/off: Press PTY briefly. PTY will light up under top line in the display.
During tape deck operation, the tape deck functions can be selected when you press the corresponding softkeys.
RM (Radio Monitor) Plays the radio while the tape is fastforwarding or rewinding. When the red arrow lights up in front of RM, the radio will play when the tape is fast-forwarding or rewinding. To switch RM on/off: Press RM. The function will be displayed briefly in the top line of the display and the DOT display.
LOC - Local Press LOC to switch the seek tuning sensitivity between Local and Distance.

Tape deck operation

AF (Alternative Frequency for RDS operation) Switching AF on/off: Press AF briefly.

8 DSC (Direct Software Control) Use DSC to adjust those basic settings which can be programmed. For more information refer to DSC programming.
: DIS Select from a number of displays Radio operation Press DIS repeatedly to select: - the name of the station selected - the current frequency - PTY code - clock This will not operate properly unless the radio is tuned into an RDS station with adequate signal strength. Press DIS for approx. 4 sec.: to synchronise the clock (internal clock with the DCF-77 atomic clock). Tape deck operation Press DIS: - Tape side - Clock CD changer operation Press DIS: - CD number, track number - CD number (if entered) - Clock
; Display Radio operation
Special pictures for a given situation,

PTY AF CC-IN

- Tape side
< DOT field Additional display for top line. Radio operation

CD changer operation

FM1, 2, 3,T - FM memory banks or MW, LW - Wavebands or
or TRACK 3 - CD track number
- Time (elapsed playing time)

00:25 or Side A / B

- Tape counter

TP, TA

- TP = Traffic Program (radio is tuned into a traffic program station) - TA = priority for traffic program stations is active - Program type is active - Alternative frequency for RDS - Cassette is in the tape deck
e.g. driving cars during traffic announcements
= CDC Switches to changer operation (only if a changer is connected), selects the menu levels. @ Cassette slot Insert a cassette (Side A or 1 facing up; opening to the right). A Visual theft protection If you want to use the flashing LED to deter thieves, make sure that the car radio is installed correctly and switched off; the operating panel is opened; the KeyCard has been removed; LED is switched to on in the DSC menu (default setting). For more information, refer to the section on DSC programming, KeyCard, LED on/off. B KeyCard theft protection system To operate this unit, the KeyCard must be inserted.

KeyCard

Inserting the KeyCard Press 1 to unlock the operating panel, the operating panel will fold down forward. Slide the KeyCard in with the contacts facing down (see illustration). Lock operating panel back in place.

Activating the Install menu
You can activate the Install menu at any time. Just hold DSC pressed down for 4 sec.
If you would like to set the clock manually, press CLK, the field to be adjusted will flash in the top line of the display (hours or minutes) Press << / >> to switch fields if necessary and use / to enter the correct time. Once you have completed the setting, press ENT, the INSTALL menu will return to the display. For more information on the clock, please refer to the section on the Clock - Time.
Example: Line Information MONIKA MLLER LANDS 18 HILDESHEIM HI-XX000

Closing the Install menu

Press EXIT.
Once you have completed your entry for the first line, press NEXT, the display will switch automatically to the next line. The DOT display indicates the number of the line selected (1 - 6).
In this menu you can enter/alter the following: Clock, owner ID, reset to default settings, ignition connection on/off, internal output stage on/off.
If this signal is not available, the audio system will attempt to receive the DCF-77 time signal (atomic clock) to correct the time the next time it is switched off. The display will indicate CLK Sync while it is synchronising the time.
To do so press O-ID, the first entry position will flash in the top line of the display. Use / to select the letters, digits and symbols, use << / >> to select the entry position. Enter the data you want to use to identify the unit.
After you switch on the unit for the first time or when the unit has been disconnected from the power supply, INSTALL will appear in the top line of the display.

Setting the clock

Entering your Owner Identification The clock is set automatically when the radio is tuned into an RDS station which has the CT function (clock time). Use this function to enter six lines with eight characters each as your proof of ownership.

First-time installation

If you would like to alter the entry in a specific line, press NEXT as often as required. To complete your entry, press ENT. If the unit is switched on without the KeyCard, this owner ID information will appear in the top line of the display for approximately 8 sec.
Switching the ignition connection on/off
Use IGN (ignition) to be able to switch the car radio on and off with the ON button only or with the ignition as well. Switching on/off: Press IGN, Ign on or Ign off will appear in the top line of the display. Use << / >> to switch on to off or off to on. Press ENT to store this setting and return to the INSTALL menu.

Connecting external equipment
If external equipment is connected, you have to switch AUX to on. The default setting for AUX is off. AUX will not appear as a menu item if a Blaupunkt CD changer has been connected.

Closing the INSTALL menu

Reset to default settings
NORM (set) will reset any settings you have altered! Exception: The stations stored on the station presets will remain stored. If you would like to reset to the default settings, press NORM and then press ENT for approx. 2 sec.
Switching the internal output stage on/off
Use AMP (amplifier) to switch the internal output stage on or off. If an additional amplifier has been connected and only the preamp outputs are being used, it is a good idea to switch the internal amplifier off. Switching on/off: Press AMP, Amp on or Amp off will appear in the top line of the display. Use << / >> to switch this setting to on or off. Press ENT to store the new setting and return to the INSTALL menu.
CC cannot be selected unless there is a cassette inserted in the tape deck. CDC cannot be selected unless one of the Blaupunkt changers, the A 06, the A 072, the A 08, the A 05, or the A 071 has been connected and there is at least one CD in the magazine. To switch the operating mode: press TU, CC or CDC. If you press TU again, the unit will switch to menu level 2. On this level there are two pages which you can use to adjust the functions for radio operation. The unit will switch back to menu level 1 automatically approx. eight seconds after the last adjustment was made.
Press DSC, DISP, ANGL one after the other.
Press / on the rocker switch to set the best viewing angle for your position. When you have completed the setting press ENT and EXIT twice.
You can select from among the following operating modes: radio (TU), tape deck (CC) and CDC (CD changer).
The viewing angle of the display can be altered to allow optimum legibility.
Selecting the operating mode
Optimising the viewing angle
Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)
The Radio Data System offers you more convenience when you listen to FM radio stations. More and more radio stations have begun to broadcast RDS information alongside their programs. As soon as a program has been identified, the station name including a regional identifier, if available, will appear in the display, for example, NDR1 NDS (regional program in Lower Saxony, Germany). When RDS is activated, the preset buttons become program buttons. You now know exactly which program you have tuned into, making it easy to find the desired station quickly. To move to the next page: press NEXT. The page selected will appear in the DOT display (FM1, FM2, FM3, FMT). Menu level 2 has two pages for adjusting radio functions. To activate menu level 2: Press TU. To return to page 1: press PRE. The unit will switch back to menu level 1 automatically 8 sec. after the last key was pressed. Press EXIT to return to menu level 1 immediately.

AF - Alternative frequency
The AF (Alternative Frequency) function makes sure that radio is always tuned into the strongest frequency for the radio station currently selected. Activating AF in the display: For radio operation Press TU, menu level 2 will appear, indicating the radio functions. Press NEXT to move to page 2 (AF, LOC, PTY, REG, RT, MONO). Switching AF on/off: Press AF briefly, the red arrow will light up when AF is switched on. In addition, AF will appear under the top line of the display.
Switching between the menu levels
During radio operation, you can use TU to switch between menu level 1 and menu level 2. Menu level 1 contains four pages (FM1, FM2, FM3, FMT), on which it is possible to store up to six radio stations each.
The following functions are available: FM, TS, TA, AM, PS, SCAN. To move to page 2: press NEXT.
The following functions are available: AF, LOC, PTY, REG, RT, MONO
While searching for the strongest reception signal, the radio may switch to mute briefly. If Search appears in the display when you switch on the radio or recall one of the stored frequencies, this indicates that the unit is automatically searching for an alternative frequency. Search will disappear from the display when the alternative frequency has been found or after the frequency band has been run through completely. If the reception quality of the selected radio station deteriorates beyond a certain point: Tune into another station.
Press NEXT to move to page 2 (AF, LOC, PTY, REG, RT, MONO).
Press TU to select the desired waveband, menu level 2 will appear in the display (FM, TS, TA, AM, PS, SCAN).

REG - regional program

Certain radio programs are split up at times into regional programs offering local information. The 1st program broadcast by NDR, for example, offers regional programs with different contents for the northern states of Germany in Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg and Lower Saxony at certain times of the day. If you are listening to a program and want to continue to listen to that program, it is advisable to switch to REG on. Press FM to select the FM waveband or AM for the MW or LW wavebands. Press NEXT on the AM waveband to switch between MW and LW.

Station tuning

Automatic tuning / Press / ; the car radio will automatically search for the next station. If you hold / on the rocker switch pressed down, seek tuning will accelerate upwards or downwards. 73
To switch REG on/off: Press REG, the red arrow will light up when REG is switched on. REG on or REG off will also appear briefly in the top line of the display.
To activate REG in the display: For radio operation Press TU, menu level 2 with the radio functions will appear.
FM 87.5 - 108 MHz MW 531 - 1602 kHz LW 153 - 279 kHz.

Tape operation

Inserting a cassette
Switch on the car radio and release the operating panel by pressing 1. The operating panel will fold down forwards. Insert the cassette with Side A or 1 facing up without the use of force. The cassette will automatically be transported to its playing position. Cassette playback will begin. Grasp the left-hand side of the operating panel to fold it back up and lock it into place. For safetys sake, the operating panel must always be returned to the locked position while you are driving.
Switching on tape deck operation
A cassette is inserted, CC-IN appears in the display. Press CC, the cassette functions will appear in the display.
Dolby B NR* Removing a cassette
With the operating panel in the folddown position, press the Eject button (arrow) briefly. The cassette will eject. To prevent damage to the mechanism, do not attempt to stop or force a cassette while it is being inserted or ejected. This unit can play cassettes which have been recorded with Dolby B NR or without the use of noise suppression. Cassettes which have been recorded with Dolby B NR* exhibit significantly less tape noise as well as much greater sound dynamics. The Dolby B NR function is active when the red arrow in front of DLBY lights up.
Switching Dolby B NR on/off: press DLBY.
* The noise reduction system manufactured under licence from the Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. The word DOLBY and the double-D symbol are trademarks of the DOLBY Laboratories.
Scanning cassette titles with SCAN
It is possible to scan the titles on a cassette. As soon as you find a title you like, you can end SCAN. This title will then continue to play. SCAN is active when the corresponding red arrow flashes in the display.
Selecting titles with S-CPS
(Super Cassette Program Search) To repeat and skip cassette titles.
You can switch the display mode during tape deck operation to display the tape side or the clock. Press DIS briefly. Either the tape counter or Side A/B will appear in the DOT display.

Track reverse

To change the track during playback: Press REV. When the tape reaches the end of a side it will automatically switch to the other side (autoreverse). SIDE A will appear in the display for track 1 and SIDE B for track 2. Note: If there is too much tension on the tape while it is playing, it may switch to the opposite track before it has reached the end. Check to see if the tape is wound correctly. It often helps to rewind the cassette completely.
The scan time is set to 10 seconds at the factory and can be altered from 5 to 30 seconds. If necessary, refer to the section on DSC programming - VAR (various), SCAN.
Press REV to stop this function immediately. To ensure that this function works properly, there must be a pause of at least 3 seconds between titles.
To start/end SCAN: Press SCAN. To ensure that this function works properly, there must be a pause of at least 3 seconds between titles.
It is possible to skip up to 9 titles. To do so, press / on the rocker switch as often as required. The number of titles to be skipped will appear in the display. Make any corrections by pressing the opposite key ( / ).
Select title Forward (CPS-FF.) Rewind (CPS-FR.)
Selecting the display mode
Repeating titles with RPT

RPT = Repeat

Listening to the radio while fast Care instructions forwarding or rewinding the tape You should use only C60/C90 tape caswith Radio Monitor (RM) Repeats the title currently playing. This title settes in your car. Protect your cassettes
will repeat until RPT is switched off. The Repeat function will end automatically when the cassette is removed or the unit is switched off. The Repeat function is active when the corresponding red arrow lights up in the display. To switch Repeat on/off: Press RPT. The active function will appear briefly in the top line of the display and the DOT display. To ensure that this function works properly, there must be a pause of at least 3 seconds between titles. You can listen to the radio while fast forwarding or rewinding the tape (for CPS as well) instead of switching the sound to mute. The Radio Monitor function is active when the corresponding red arrow lights up in front of RM. To switch Radio Monitor on/off: Press RM. The activated function will appear briefly in the top line of the display and in the DOT display. against dirt, dust and temperatures over 50 C. Allow cold cassettes to warm up somewhat before playing them to ensure that the tape plays smoothly. Malfunctions in playback or sound may be caused by dirt build-up on the pinch roller and the audio head after approx. 100 hours of operation. To remove normal dirt build-up clean the equipment with a cleaning cassette. In more stubborn cases, use a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol. Never insert hard instruments into the tape deck.

TUN (Tuner)

Use this menu to make any adjustments to radio operation. NAME Enter your own four-digit names for stored FM stations.
- Resets function to the default setting (text/frequency)
PREV - Select the entry for a previous station preset TUN Tuner Settings for radio operation DISP Display VAR Various Diverse Einstellungen KC KeyCard CLK Clock (time) Press ENT (Enter) to confirm your entry. Return to the previous menu to make any further changes in the DSC menu. Press DSC to quit the DSC menu. CLR - Delete entry NEXT - Select the entry for the next station preset Use the rocker switch to select the entry position and the character. Following your entry, move to the next position or press ENT to complete your entry. The altered name will now appear in the display in front of the corresponding station key.
Use << >> to adjust this setting.
SHARX Switches the bandwidth in the FM frequency range. When there are a large number of stations within your current reception range, use << >> to switch to Sharx on which will prevent most interference from adjacent radio stations. This function has been set to Sharx on at the factory. S-DX To adjust the seek tuning sensitivity. dx stands for distant reception. Select dx3 if you want to receive strong stations which are further away, select dx1 if you also want to tune into weaker stations which are further away. S-LO To adjust the seek tuning sensitivity. lo stands for local reception. Select lo3 if you want to receive strong stations in the local area, select lo1 if you want to tune into weaker stations in the local area.

VAR (Various)

Use this menu to make a number of different settings. TVOL Use / to adjust the traffic announcement and warning beep volume from between 0 to 66. The traffic message will then come through at this volume, if the standard volume is lower. If the standard volume is set higher than the TVOL level, then the traffic report will be played at the standard volume. BEEP Acknowledgement tone for all functions which require a button to be pressed for more than one second. Use / to set the volume between 1 and 9. Switch off Beep with <<.

DISP (Display)

Use this menu to make the display settings. ANGL (angle) Use / to adjust the display to your individual viewing angle. DIM Use / to adjust the display brightness for day and << >> for night. FADE Switches display off automatically. Fader 1 - 15 sec. after the last adjustment is made the display will switch off completely. Fader 2 - The top line remains illuminated, everything else switches off after 15 sec. Use / to adjust the setting.

PTY Use to select the language used to indicate the program type: Deutsch, English or Franais.
HCUT Interference-related cut in the treble sound. Cuts the treble when interference occurs. Can be adjusted from NO HICUT (off) to HICUT 3 (highest setting). Switch off Hicut with <<, adjust the values with /. Which setting is the most pleasant is a matter of personal preference.
Fade off - The display remains on permanently when the audio system is switched on.
DLAY (Delay) If an amplifier has been connected to the system, this setting can prevent the annoying power-on pop noise. Use the delay function to switch on the amplifier with a slight delay. Delay 1 = 250 ms to Delay 9 = 2.25 sec. delayed power-on. VOL (Volume) Select the power-on volume. Use / to adjust the desired volume level. If you use << to select Last VOL, the system will come on at the volume selected before it was switched off. SCAN (SCANTIME) Set the scan time for the Scan and Preset Scan functions from 5 to 30 seconds. This setting is valid for radio, cassette or CD scan. HP-F (High pass function) The proportion of low frequencies can be reduced. It is advisable to take advantage of this function when you have connected a subwoofer. Use / to select filters 1-5. Use << to switch the high pass function off.

KC (KeyCard)

Use this menu to make adjustments to the KeyCard settings.
LED (Light Emitting Diode) When the audio system is switched off and the KeyCard has been removed, you can have the ON knob and an LED in the cassette slot flash as additional theft protection. The flashing light is not visible unless the operating panel is open. LED off << >> LED on. Refer to the information in the section on KeyCard theft protection system - Flashing light as theft protection. TOM If you have a second KeyCard with a TurnOn Message, you can switch off this information with TOM off. The default setting is TOM on. TOM off << >> TOM on. For more information refer to KeyCard theft protection system - Turn on Message (T.O.M.).
READ To read out the KeyCard data. The card supplied with the radio is used to display the model name, type number (7 6.) and the serial number. With the extra card it is possible to display data entered by your specialised dealer. (See the section on Short Additional Memory S.A.M.). If you remove the KeyCard during the reading process, Insert will appear on the display panel. LRN (Learn) To train a second KeyCard. Please read the information in the section on KeyCard theft protection system Training a second KeyCard.

CLK (Clock)

Use this menu to adjust the clock settings.
Use the rocker switch / to select the type of synchronisation: SET The time is set automatically when the audio system is tuned into an RDS station with the CT (clocktime) function. If this signal is not available, it is possible to adjust the clock with SET. - RDS Sync - DCF Sync - AutoSync - Sync off Use << on the rocker switch to switch synchronisation off (Sync off). Use >> to return to the previous mode. RDS Sync The clock is synchronised with the RDS-CT signal only. DCF Sync The time will flash in the top line of the display in 12 (a.m./p.m.) or 24-hour mode. Use << />> to select the value you want to adjust (hours/minutes), use / to adjust the value. The clock is synchronised with the DCF-77 signal only. When you switch off the audio system (by pressing ON for approx. 1 sec.), the system will not switch off immediately in order to synchronise the time first. While this process is taking place, you will hear Big Ben. After the synchronisation has been

The internal clock will not be synchronised. MODE Select the clock display. (12h mode << />> 24h mode). If you select the 12h mode, a.m. will appear to indicate the morning hours and p.m. for the afternoon/evening. VIEW (Displaying the time) There are a number of different display modes, depending on how the audio system has been connected. a) the audio system can be switched off with the ignition. The system is switched off with ON when the ignition is switched on. 95

Sync off

SYNC The time is synchronised automatically with the RDS-CT signal. This synchronisation function can be switched off when you want to display a different time or when the RDS-CT and DCF77 time signals (atomic clock) are not strong enough.
AutoSync The clock is synchronised with the RDS-CT signal or the DCF-77 signal. The system will not attempt to receive the DCF-77 signal unless the time cannot be synchronised with the RDS-CT signal.
completed, the system will switch off after a couple of minutes. If the DCF-77 signal is not available, the system will switch off after a few seconds.
The time will be displayed if you have adjusted the corresponding setting to CLK on. The display will switch off when the ignition is switched off. b) the audio system can only be switched off with ON, not with the ignition. The system is switched off. The time will be displayed if you have adjusted the corresponding setting to CLK on. To prevent the battery from running down, this display will switch off after 3 hours. To quit the DSC programming mode and store the adjustment: Press DSC. Display ANGLE DIM FADE Various TVOL BEEP DLAY VOL SCAN (Time) HP-F KeyCard LED TOM Clock SET SYNC MODE VIEW AUD menu LOW HIGH LOUDNESS SUBOUT DPE 0 dB/40 Hz 0 dB/630 Hz off 0:00 AutoSync 24h CLK off on on 10 sec. off 0 Day 9 Night 7 off
Overview of the DSC default settings
INSTALL menu IGN AMP AUX TU(ner) menu TA AF REG LOC RT PTY MONO DSC menu Tuner PTY (language) SHARX LO DX HICUT Deutsch on 2 off on off off off off off on on off

CDC (changer)

Will not appear unless a CD changer has been connected and the DSC menu is activated in the changer mode. This function is used to delete names and the TPM. CD Deletes the name and TPM of the selected CD ALL Deletes the names and TPM of all the CDs PREV Selects the previous CD NEXT Selects the next CD. For more information refer to Deleting CD names/TPM at the same time. 96

Amplifier

Output power: 4 x 25 W RMS power acc. to DIN 45324 at 14.4 V 4 x 40 W max. power
AF Alternative Frequency In RDS this function ensures that the radio always tunes into the frequency with the best reception for the station. AUD Audio Sound settings for bass and treble, balance (left/right) and fader (front/rear). 87.MHz kHz kHz 0.7 V at 26 dB signal-to-noise ratio. Autoreverse See Reverse. BLS Blank Skip Automatically skips longer portions of blank tape during cassette operation, e.g. at the end of the tape. CL Clear (delete) Returns to the previous menu item. CPS Cassette Program Search Repeats and skips cassette titles. Use S-CPS to select specific cassette titles. Dolby B NR The noise reduction system manufactured under licence from the Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. The word DOLBY and the double-D symbol ( ) are trademarks of the DOLBY Laboratories.

DSC Direct Software Control With the help of DSC it is possible to adjust the basic default settings to your own personal preferences. ENT(Enter) Press briefly to accept/store settings. EON Enhanced other network In RDS, EON makes it possible to exchange station information within a station network. Traffic information, for example, can be forwarded automatically from a traffic information station to a station which does not broadcast traffic information in the same network. After the traffic announcement has been put through, the radio switches back to the original station. Equalizer Adjusts the frequencies to the acoustic conditions and personal tastes. EXIT Press to end/cancel a setting.

FM sensitivity:

FM frequency response: 20 - Hz
Frequency response: 30 - Hz
Subject to modifications!

Tape deck

Wavebands FM : MW : LW :
Cassettes which have been recorded with Dolby B NR exhibit significantly less tape noise as well as much greater sound dynamics.

Specifications

Glossary - Technical Terminology
KeyCard Theft protection system from Blaupunkt. The car stereo cannot be operated without the correct KeyCard. SIM cards (telephone cards) or a second KeyCard can only be trained using the original KeyCard. MIX CDs/CD tracks are played in random order. Preset Scan See SCAN. Parametric filters Adjustable filters to alter the sound characteristics. PTY Designed for the selection of a specific type of program in FM (e.g. sports, news). Also see RDS. RDS Radio Data System Service provided by radio stations to enhance radio listening pleasure. The station name, for example, is displayed instead of the frequency. REG Regional programs have priority. REG ON stops the radio from automatically switching to a different regional program broadcast by the same station because it has better reception. Also see RDS. Reverse Switches the tape running direction during cassette playback. Autoreverse automatically switches to the other side at the end of the tape. RM Radio Monitor Automatically switches to radio playback while the tape is fast forwarding or rewinding. RPT (Repeat) Repeats cassette titles. In CD changer operation you can repeat single CD tracks or complete CDs. Other RDS functions include: AF Alternative Frequency EON Enhanced other network Radio text REG Regional program PTY Program type TA Traffic Announcement TP Traffic Program SCAN Briefly plays the radio stations in your current reception range or the tracks on a CD in CD changer mode. Using Preset Scan you can scan the radio stations stored on the preset buttons. S-CPS Super Cassette Program Search See CPS. Softkey (Software key) Key with varying functions TA Traffic Announcement (priority for traffic information) TA in the display indicates that the priority for traffic announcements has been switched on. Also see RDS. TP Traffic Program TP in the display indicates that the radio is tuned into a station which broadcasts traffic information. Also see RDS. TPM Track Program Memory Stores and plays your favourite tracks in CD changer mode.

 

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