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Inserting the KeyCard To disengage the control panel, press key 1. The control panel folds down. Insert the KeyCard with the contact surface facing downwards (see diagram). Engage the control panel.
D Keys <</>>, Radio mode
MD mode Select track / >> Up: Press briefly CUE - fast forward (audible): Keep depressed / << Down: Press twice or more in quick succession Replay track from beginning: Press briefly REVIEW - fast rewind (audible): Keep depressed E Switching replay on/off: briefly. MUTE appears on Press the display when the sound is switched off.
B V- / V+ Adjust the volume C SRC (Source) Select the operating mode - Radio - MiniDisc - Changer mode (if a changer is connected)
CDC mode Select CD >> Up: Press briefly << Down: Press briefly Select track Up: Press briefly CUE - fast forward (audible): Keep depressed Down: Press twice or more in quick succession Replay track from beginning: Press briefly REVIEW - fast rewind (audible): Keep depressed
MiniDisc and CD changer mode
FM only: <</>> Page through the transmission chains, if AF is on, e.g. NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, N-JOY.
<</>> Up/down in steps (on FM only when AF is deactivated)
Remote control RC 08
Read the following before using the unit
Before using the car radio, read the following instructions carefully.
If a mobile phone is connected, radio and MD/CD sound can be muted automatically when the phone is in use (telephone mute). PHONE then appears on the display.
Traffic safety is of paramount importance. Always use your car radio system in a way which enables you to cope with the traffic situation. Remember that your vehicle covers 45 feet a second at a speed of 32 mph. In critical situations, do not operate the radio. You must remain able to hear warning signals, for example from police and fire service vehicles, immediately and reliably. Keep the volume therefore at a reasonable level whilst driving.
CD changer The following CD changers can be fitted directly: CDC A 06, A 072, A 08, IDC A 09. CD changers A 05 and A 071 can be fitted by means of the adapter cable.
Only use accessories and spare parts approved by Blaupunkt. The following Blaupunkt products can be used with this unit: Remote control RC 08
The unit is guaranteed in accordance with the statutory provisions of the country in which it was purchased. Irrespective of the statutory provisions, Blaupunkt guarantees the unit for twelve months. Should you have any questions concerning the guarantee, please consult your dealer. Your receipt suffices as proof of guarantee.
The RC 08 infrared remotecontrol permits operation of the chief functions from the steering wheel.
Do you have any questions regarding operation of the unit, or do you require further information? Simply give us a call. You can reach us on the following numbers: Tel. Fax: 800-28 708-88
If you intend to install or modify the system yourself, read the installation and connection instructions at the end of the operating instructions before doing so. Amplifier All Blaupunkt amplifiers
Two KeyCards are supplied with the unit. Should you lose or damage a KeyCard, you can obtain a replacement from a specialist dealer. If you are using two KeyCards, the settings are taken from the first KeyCard. You can customize the following functions: Station key assignment, bass, treble, balance and fader settings, loudness, beep volume, LOW-EQ, HIGH-EQ. The last state selected such as frequency band, station setting, AF, SCANTIME, seek run sensitivity, ON VOL (volume at switch on), SHARX, is also saved. Your selected settings are therefore selected automatically when you insert your KeyCard.
Slide the card as far as possible to the right, and remove from the front. Engage the control panel. For safety reasons, the control panel must always be engaged whilst the vehicle is moving. When leaving the vehicle, open the control panel and remove the KeyCard in order to prevent theft.
Should a KeyCard other than that belonging to the unit be inserted, CARD ERR appears on the display. The unit switches itself off after approx. 10 seconds. Should a card other than a KeyCard be inserted (e.g. a phonecard or credit card), WRONG KC is displayed for approx. 2 seconds. In this case, remove the card and insert a KeyCard for the unit. Press ON to switch on the unit.
Insert the KeyCard with the contact surface downwards, as shown in the diagram (Arrow 1).
Removing the KeyCard
Disengage the control panel as follows Press the knob 1: the control panel folds down forwards.
Remove the first KeyCard and, with CHANGE on the display, insert the new KeyCard. When READY or LEARN KC appears: Press DSC.
Switch on the unit with ON. To insert the KeyCard, disengage the control panel: Press the knob 1: the control panel folds down forwards.
Press DSC and use LEARN KC.
Press << or >>. CHANGE appears on the display.
Switching on the unit
To teach in a second KeyCard: Slide the first KeyCard in and switch the unit on.
An additional KeyCard can be taught in whilst the unit is in operation with the first KeyCard.
Slide the card in the direction of the arrow (2) and engage the control panel (Arrow 3). The car radio is ready for use.
Teaching in a second KeyCard/ replacing a KeyCard
MD can be selected only if a MiniDisc is inserted. CDC can be selected only if a Blaupunkt A 06, A 072, A 08 or A 05, A 071 or IDC A 09 CD changer is connected and a magazine containing at least one CD is inserted. Toggling between operating modes: Press TU, MD or CDC. If TU is pressed again, menu level 2 is called up. Radio function adjustments can be made on this level. Menu level 1 is called up automatically if no input is made for approx. eight seconds.
Proceed as follows: Press DSC. ANGLE appears on the display.
Use the rocker << >> to select optimum legibility for your driving position. After selecting the setting: Press DSC.
You can select from the Radio (TU), MiniDisc (MD) and CD changer (CDC) modes.
The display can be adjusted to your preferred viewing angle in order to enhance legibility.
Selecting the operating mode
Enhancing display legibility
Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)
The Radio Data System provides FM reception with enhanced convenience. An increasing number of radio stations now broadcast RDS information supplementary to the program proper. As soon as stations can be recognized, the station code appears, in some cases with indication of the region, e.g. NDR1 NDS (Niedersachsen). Activating RDS causes the station keys to function as program keys. You now know exactly what station you are receiving, and you can therefore also select the desired station.
AF - alternative frequency
The AF (alternative frequency) function ensures that the best available frequency of the station being received is selected automatically. Switching AF on/off: During radio mode Press TU: menu level 2 is called up. Hold AF down until the beep sounds. This function is active when AF is lit in the display.
Note: AF is deactivated when you switch off RDS.
Selecting the frequency band
You can select from the following frequency bands: FM AM 87.7 107.9 MHz, kHz as follows: Press TU: menu level 2 is displayed.
Activating/deactivating RDS: During radio mode Press TA briefly. The selected settings appear briefly on the display. When RDS is activated, AF appears in reverse video on the display. The radio may be muted briefly during the search for the channel with the best reception. If SEARCH appears on the display when the unit is switched on or when a stored frequency is called up, the unit is automatically searching for an alternative frequency. SEARCH disappears when an alternative frequency has been found, or when the waveband has been completely searched. If the station can no longer be received with satisfactory quality: Select a different station. 16
Menu level 2
Select the frequency band by pressing BND repeatedly until the desired frequency band appears. The sequence is: FM I, FM II, FMT, AM, AMT.
Station seek / Press / : the radio automatically looks for the next station. If / is held down at the top or bottom, the seek run continues forwards or backwards at higher speed.
If necessary, these functions can be deactivated on menu level 2. Manual tuning: Press << >>: the frequency is increased/reduced in steps. Hold the << >> rocker down to the right or left to change the frequency quickly.
Press NEXT briefly and repeatedly until the desired memory level appears on the display.
You can use << >> to call up stations from the region in which they can be received.
Station seek Up Down << / >> Up/down in steps (on FM, only when AF is deactivated)
You can store six stations on the FM band on each memory level (I, II, T) using the station keys ST1 - ST6. You can also store six stations each on the AM/AMT bands. Proceed as follows: Press TU: menu level 2 is displayed. Select the frequency band using BND. Select a station using the rocker (automatically / or manually << >>).
Manual tuning with << >> You can tune manually. Condition: AF and PTY are deactivated (the corresponding symbols are not lit in the display).
You can also start Travelstore, for example: Press TU: menu level 2 is displayed. If AF fails to come on: Hold down AF on menu level 2.
Changing the memory level (FM)
You can change between memory levels I, II and T to store stations and retrieve them again. The selected memory level appears on the display.
Hold the desired station key down until the program can be heard again after it has been muted and the beep sounds (approx. 2 seconds). The station is now stored.
If a number of programs in the station chain can be received, you can page through them with >> (forwards) or << (backwards), e.g. NDR 1, 2, 3, 4.
Paging through the transmission chains (FM only)
Note: Should you store a station which has already been stored, the corresponding station key and the memory level flash briefly if a different memory level is called up.
Calling up stored stations
of a button. FM
Sampling stored stations with Preset Scan You can call up stored stations at the touch
You can sample stored stations briefly on all frequency bands and on the selected FM memory level. Preset Scan can be started only when PTY is disabled (PTY is not lit on the display). If necessary, deactivate PTY on menu level 2. Proceed as follows: Press TU and disable PTY using the PTY key. Starting Preset Scan: Press SCA for approx. 1 second. All stored stations on the frequency band which can be received are sampled briefly in turn. SCAN and the flashing station name/frequency appear alternately on the display. Selecting sampled stations/terminating Preset Scan: Press SCA or one of the rocker keys briefly.
Automatically saving the strongest station with Travelstore
You can store the six strongest FM and AM stations in the current reception region automatically in the order of field strength. This function is particularly useful on long journeys. Proceed as follows: Press TU: menu level 2 is displayed. Press TS briefly. T-STORE flashes on the display. The six strongest FM stations are automatically stored on the T (Travelstore) memory level. If fewer than six stations can be received, four lines appear through the memory locations which are not occupied. When the procedure has been completed, the strongest station (ST 1) is selected. Stations can also be stored manually on the Travelstore level if required (see Storing stations).
Call up the stations directly on the selected memory level as follows: Press the keys ST1 - ST6. To call up stations on a different memory level: Press NEXT until the desired memory level is displayed, then select a stored station with ST1 - ST6.
AM, AMT You can call up the stations on the selected frequency band directly: Press the keys ST1 - ST6. Calling up stations on the other frequency band: Press NEXT: the other frequency band is displayed. Then select the stored stations using ST1 -ST6.
Sampling stations with Radio Scan
You can sample briefly the stations which can be received on the selected frequency band. Radio Scan can be started only when PTY is deactivated (PTY is not lit on the display). If necessary, deactivate PTY on menu level 2. Proceed as follows: Press TU and disable PTY using the PTY key. Switching on Scan: Press SCA briefly. All stations on the frequency band which can be received are sampled briefly in turn. SCAN and the flashing station name/frequency appear alternately on the display. Selecting a sampled station/deactivating Scan: Press SCA or one of the rocker keys briefly. If a station is not selected, Scan is switched off automatically when the seek function has passed through the complete frequency range. The station previously selected is played.
Changing the sampling time (Scan)
The sampling time can be selected between 5 and 30 seconds. If you wish to change the duration of the sampling time, refer to Programming with DSC SCANTIME.
Toggling between stereo and mono (FM)
You can toggle between stereo and mono in the DSC menu. This can be useful in areas where reception is critical. When the unit is switched on, stereo is selected automatically. When reception is poor, the unit switches smoothly to mono. If you wish to switch to mono, refer to Programming with DSC STEREO/ MONO. The state selected appears briefly on the display.
Changing the sensitivity of the seek run
You can change the sensitivity of the automatic seek run. If lo is displayed, seek only recognizes stations with good reception (low sensitivity). If lo is not displayed, seek also recognizes stations with poorer reception. To adjust the sensitivity, refer to Programming with DSC FM/AM Sens.
Automatic bandwidth switching (SHARX)
You can activate automatic bandwidth switching on the FM band by means of the SHARX function in the DSC menu. This is very useful when a number of stations are close together. Interference from strong adjacent stations is largely eliminated when SHARX ON is selected (factory default setting). If necessary, refer to Programming with DSC SHARX.
PTY Program Type
This is an RDS service which is being implemented progressively by the radio stations. The service enables FM stations to be selected according to a specific program content. After selecting the program type, you can select the stations using seek or Scan. Activating/deactivating PTY: Press PTY. When the function is activated, the last program type selected, e.g. SPORT, is displayed briefly. PTY remains on the display as long as PTY is activated. Condition: PTY is activated. The program types listed below are available: NEWS INFORM SPORTS TALK ROCK CLS ROCK ADLT HIT SOFT ROCK TOP 40 COUNTRY OLDIES SOFT NOSTALGA JAZZ CLASSICAL R+B SOFT R + B LANGUAGE REL MUSIC REL TALK PERSNLTY PUBLIC WEATHER Prompting the station for the program type On menu level 2: Hold PTY down for approx. 2 seconds. After the beep, the program type of the station currently being received is displayed. If NONE is displayed, the station has no PTY code. Displaying the selected program type Press << or >>. The last program type selected is displayed briefly. Selecting the program type a) Using the station keys If PTY is activated, the program types defined by the factory can be selected by means of the keys ST 1 - ST 6. Press one of the keys 1 - 6. The selected program type appears on the display for two seconds. To listen to a station broadcasting this program type: Start the seek run with /. If no station broadcasting the selected program type is found, NO PTY appears briefly on the display, and the beep sounds. The last station selected is played. You can assign different available program type to each memory location. Refer if necessary to the Saving the program type section below.
Activating MiniDisc mode
A MiniDisc is inserted, DISC-IN appears on the display. Press MD.
Removing the MiniDisc
With the control panel disengaged, hold the Eject key (arrow) down for approx. 1 second. The MiniDisc is ejected. Do not obstruct or assist automatic insertion or ejection of the MiniDisc, as the mechanism may otherwise be damaged. If the MiniDisc is not removed, it is drawn in again automatically after approx. 30 seconds. For safety reasons, the control panel must always be engaged whilst the vehicle is moving.
The names of the MD and individual tracks can be displayed if they are stored on the MiniDisc. Activating/deactivating MD text Hold the DIS key down until a beep sounds. The text MDTXT ON or NO MDTXT is displayed.
Inserting a MiniDisc
Switch on the unit and disengage the control panel with knob 1. The control panel drops forward. Insert the MiniDisc with the label facing upwards in the direction indicated by the arrow. Do not use force. The MiniDisc is automatically transported to the playing position. The MiniDisc is played. Fold the control panel up on the lefthand side and engage.
Displaying the MD text Press MD briefly. Condition: SCROLL is set to OFF in the DSC menu. SCROLL ON causes the name to run across the display. Refer to the Programming with DSC SCROLL section.
Activating CD changer mode
A magazine containing at least one CD must be inserted. Press CDC. CD changer functions such as CD and track number, name, time played appear in the display.
CDC mode: CD 10 14:34 00:20 VIVALDI CD number Time Time played CD name TRACK 13 Track number
Selecting a track / Select track Up: Press briefly CUE - fast forward (audible): Keep depressed Down: Press twice or more in quick succession Replay track from beginning: Press briefly REVIEW - fast rewind (audible): Keep depressed
Selecting the display type
You can switch the display type over in MiniDisc and CD changer replay mode:
The name of the CD can be displayed only if a name has been entered. Refer to the Assigning names to CDs section below.
MD mode: TRACK 13 Track number 14:34 Time Selecting a CD (CD changer mode only) << / >> Select CD (CD changer mode only) >> Up: Press briefly << Down: Press briefly 00:20 Time played Key held down: Activate/deactivate MD text.
- RPT OFF = Deactivate function. Press RPT repeatedly until the desired function is activated. The track or the CD is played repeatedly until you switch to RPT OFF using RPT. 23
- REP CD = Repeat CD (only in CD changer mode)
Press DIS repeatedly until the desired display type is selected.
Selecting MIX functions Press MIX briefly: the display signals briefly the activated state.
For brief sampling of the MiniDisc or CD tracks. Starting SCAN: Press SCA briefly: SCAN appears on the display. The tracks are sampled briefly in turn in ascending order. Ending SCAN: Press SCA briefly. The last track selected continues playing. SCAN is also terminated when the rocker, MIX, RPT, DSC, AUD, TU or CDC are pressed.
Press << >>. The first input field flashes. Now select a character using the rocker /. The letters of the alphabet in capitals (A-Z), the numbers 0-9 and special characters appear in turn. Move to the next underline using the rocker << >>, and select a character. Up to eight characters can be selected in this way.
Assigning a name to CDs (in CD changer mode only)
You can assign names to up to 99 CDs in CD changer mode. This name (e.g. VIVALDI) appears on the display when you have selected the corresponding display mode using DIS.
Use / to select from the magazine the next CD to which a name is to be assigned. To change a name, enter and save other characters (overwrite).
Storing/terminating the input: Press ENT to store the input. If you wish to abort input of this name: Press DSC. If you wish to enter a name for another CD: Press the rocker << >> and
or Use << CLR ALL for selecting if you wish to delete the names including TPMs of all stored CDs. Hold ENT down for approx. 1 second: DELETING appears briefly on the display. The display operation has been completed. To return to the DSC menu item UPDATE without deleting CD names and TPMs: Press ENT briefly.
Press DSC. Press / repeatedly until UPDATE appears on the display. Use >> CLR DISC for selection if you wish to delete the name and TPM of the stored CD.
Starting input: Press the DSC key and / repeatedly until CDC-NAME appears on the display.
Deleting the CD name/TPM store using DSC-UPDATE
The stored names and the TPMs of CDs can be deleted simultaneously by means of DSC-Update. You can delete the names and TPMs of the inserted CD with CLR DISC. You can delete the names and TPMs of all stored CDs with CLR ALL. A CD the stored data (name and TPM) of which are to be deleted must be replayed for this purpose.
Clock - Time
The unit has an internal clock which is set automatically through RDS for absolute accuracy. A condition for correction by RDS is that an RDS transmitter with CT function (CT = clock time) is being received. Automatic correction of the time can be deactivated.
Displaying the time
The time can be displayed in radio and MD/ CDC mode. Radio mode: The display can be toggled between time and frequency band (incl. memory level in the case of FM) as follows: Press DIS for approx. 2 seconds. MiniDisc/CD changer mode: You can select from three different display modes: - Track number, time - Track number, time played - CD name, track number (CD changer mode only). To toggle: Press DIS briefly.
The time need be adjusted manually only if an RDS station with CT (clock time) is not being received. If you wish to correct the time manually, refer to Programming with DSC CLOCKSET.
Deactivating hours adjustment
Correction of the hours can be deactivated by CLK MAN/CLK AUTO in the DSC menu. The minutes continue to be corrected. This is useful if you wish to display the time of a different time zone, for example. If necessary: Press DSC briefly and Press / repeatedly until CLK MAN/ CLK AUTO is displayed. To deactivate hours correction, select << >> CLK MAN.
Setting the time
a) Automatically The time is set automatically when an RDS transmitter with the CT (clock time) function is being received. b) Manually by means of DSCCLOCKSET Press DSC briefly: CLOCKSET appears on the display. Press << >> to set the hours/minutes. The flashing range can be adjusted with /. After correcting the time, press ENT briefly to save the setting.
Correcting the time following an interruption to the power supply
If the unit has been isolated from the supply voltage for a longer period, 0:00 is displayed when the power is reconnected. The time is corrected automatically by RDSCT, but can also be adjusted manually.
The steps required for adjustment are described in the table.
Evaluate your impression of the sound according to your taste. 27
This unit is equipped with two parametric filters. The first filter, LOW EQ, can be adjusted from 32 to 500 Hz, the second, HIGH EQ, from 630 to Hz. In this case, parametric means that one frequency can be increased or reduced for each of the two filters (+10 to -20 dB). The bandwidth/quality of the two filters can also be adjusted.
Before adjusting the equalizer, set the bass, treble, balance and fader to 0. This setting is described in the condensed instructions under 8 AUD. Now listen to the MD/CD with which you are familiar.
Press DPE or EXIT again to close the DPE menu.
Press DPE or EXIT to save the selected level and to return to the DPE main menu.
The subjective sound impression can be improved considerably by suppression or amplification of certain frequency ranges by the car radio.
We recommend that you use a familiar music CD for adjustment of the filters. The MD/ CD should include tracks with a range of instruments and voice. Pure electronic music is not suitable for evaluation purposes, since the original sound is not known.
Press << or >> once or several times to select the frequency. Press / once or several times to adjust the level (GAIN +8. GAIN -8). Press << or >> once or several times to select a different frequency and to adjust the level accordingly.
This can result in the bass frequencies booming or being absent, mid-frequencies encroaching excessively, musical instruments or voices being strongly distorted, or the sound generally being muffled.
The instructions below represent a recommendation only. You can adjust the sound characteristics according to your own personal preference.
Adjusting the frequency level Press / repeatedly until HIGH EQ or LOW EQ appear in the display.
Even when suitable loudspeakers have been selected and installed properly, resonances in the passenger compartment may have a detrimental effect upon the sound.
The position and installation of the loudspeakers and the volume to the rear, for example of the door or rear shelf, are however also important.
Use the LOW EQ filter for settings in the bass and lower mid-range, and the HIGH EQ filter for the treble and upper mid-range. The HIGH EQ and LOW EQ filters can be adjusted in the DPE menu: Press DPE to call up the DPE main menu.
The sound in the vehicle is influenced decisively by the acoustic characteristics of the passenger compartment, substantially more than by the characteristics of the loudspeakers.
The parametric filters can be adjusted exactly without instruments. In addition, you can select from seven preprogrammed equalizer settings, which are adjusted for different musical styles. Refer to the Selecting pre-set sound settings section.
Now read the Tonal effect/problem column in the table, and look for solutions under Measure.
Selecting a quality factor for the bass or mid-range Press / repeatedly until LO-QFAC or HI-Q-FAC appear in the display. Press << or >> once or several times in order to set the quality factor (QFACT 1 to Q-FACT 3). Press / to save the selected factor and return to the DPE main menu. Press DPE or EXIT to save the selected factor and to close the DPE main menu. Selecting the preset sound setting: Selecting a preset influences the equalizer and sound settings of the unit. Each selected preset can be adjusted manually. When a different preset is selected, however, the factory default setting is restored. Your personal sound settings for BASS, TREBLE, EQ and LD are stored in the USER preset mode. To call up the presets: Press / repeatedly until PRESET appears on the display. Press << or >> once or several times to select the (*USER* >> LINEAR >> ROCK >> DISCO >> JAZZ >> CLASSIC >> VOCAL) equalizer setting. Press / to save the selected equalizer setting and return to the DPE main menu. Press DPE or EXIT to save the selected equalizer setting and to close the DPE main menu. To activate/deactivate the equalizer, hold DPE down for approx. 2 seconds. This enables you to compare the sound with and without equalizer.
Tips on adjusting the equalizer
Begin adjustment with the mid-range/treble and complete it with the bass range. Frequency ranges Bass range 30 to 100 Hz Tonal effect/problem Bass response too weak Measure Increase the bass with Filter: LOW EQ Frequency: 50 to 100 Hz Level: +4 to +6 dB Note Avoid distortion. Raise the level cautiously if the loudspeaker diameter is too small.
Lower mid-range 100 to 400 Hz
Mid-range 400 to Hz
Treble to Hz
Response is dull Clarity lacking Instruments lack brilliance
Increase the treble range with Filter: HIGH EQ Frequency: Approx. 10 kHz Level: +2 to +4 dB
Avoid a sharp tonal response. Loud hissing impairs the quality.
Sound lacks depth, aggressive, no stereo effect
Reduce the mid-frequencies with Filter: HIGH EQ Frequency: to Hz Level: -4 to -6 dB
Reproduction must not become too faint. Tonal response too weak.
Bass not clean Booming Unpleasant pressure on the ears
Reduce the lower mid-frequencies with Filter: LOW EQ Frequency: 125 to 400 Hz Level: Approx. -4 dB
ENT (Enter) Press briefly to accept/save the adjustments. Equalizer Sound control for adjustment of the frequency response to the acoustic conditions and personal taste. EXIT Press the key briefly to terminate or abort the adjustment process. KeyCard Blaupunkts anti-theft protection system. The unit can be operated only with the correct KeyCard. MIX Play CDs/CD tracks in random order. Preset Scan See SCAN. Preset Equalizer Preprogrammed sound settings
PTY For selection of a desired program type in FM mode (e.g. sport, news). Refer also to RDS. Quality Edge steepness of the frequency filters in the parametric equalizer. RDS Radio Data System Service provided by the broadcast stations for improved listening convenience. For example, the station name is shown in place of the frequency. Further RDS functions include: AF Alternative Frequency PTY Program Type RPT (Repeat) Repeat MD and CD tracks. Tracks or CDs can be repeated in CD changer mode.
Glossary of technical terms
SCAN For brief sampling of the radio stations which can be received, or of the tracks in MD and CD changer mode. The stored radio stations can be sampled with Preset Scan. Softkey (Software key) Key with variable function. TPM Track Program Memory For storing and playing preferred tracks in MD and CD changer mode. TS Travelstore Automatically saves the station with the strongest reception; can be called up using the station keys. Particularly useful on long journeys.
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