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PORTUGUS ESPAOL FRANAIS ENGLISH
9 : button to unlock the removable control panel (release panel) Volume control Button switches the unit on/off, volume mute FM button selects the radio mode source, selects the FM memory levels AM button selects the radio mode source, selects the AM frequency range Display button displays the time, DIS changes the display content MENU button opens the basic settings menu button opens the fliprelease panel Arrow buttons ; < = > ? @ OK button confirms menu entries and starts the scan function X-BASS button to set the X-Bass feature AUDIO button (audio) adjusts the bass, treble, balance and fader Keys 1 - 6 TS button starts the Travelstore function CDC button to switch between Cassette, CD changer (if connected) and AUX sources
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Road safety.. 6 Installation.. 6 Accessories. 6 International telephone information. 6
ENGLISH PORTUGUS ESPAOL FRANAIS
Notes and accessories. 6
Removable control panel. 7 Switching on/off.. 8 Adjusting the volume.. 9
Setting the power-on volume. 9 Instantaneous volume reduction (mute).. 9 Telephone audio / navigation audio. 9 Setting the volume of the confirmation beep. 10
Pausing During Play.. 14 Switching the Radio Monitor On / off... 15 Skipping Blank Tape.. 15 Selecting Tape Type.. 15 Dolby* B Noise Reduction. 15
CD changer mode. 16
Switching to CD changer mode.. 16 Selecting a CD.. 16 Selecting tracks.. 16 Quick track selection. 16 Fast searching (audible). 16 Changing the display. 16 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT).. 16 Random play (MIX). 17 Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)... 17 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 17
Radio mode.. 11
Switching to radio mode. 11 Selecting the frequency range / memory... 11 Tuning into a station.. 11 Storing stations.. 11 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 12 Listening to preset stations. 12 Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)... 12 Setting the scantime.. 12 Tuner configuration. 12 Setting the display.. 13
CLOCK - Time. 18 Sound and volume distribution settings.. 19
Adjusting the bass settings. 19 Adjusting the treble settings. 19 Setting the left/right volume distribution (balance). 19 Setting the front/back volume distribution (fader).. 19
Cassette mode.. 13
Cassette Play.. 13 Cassette Ejection. 13 Changing Direction of Play. 13 Skipping Tracks (S-CPS). 14 Playing a Track Repeatedly. 14 Sampling All the Tracks on a Cassette (SCAN). 14 Fast Winding.. 14
X-BASS.. 20 Setting the spectrometer. 20 External audio sources.. 21 Specifications. 21 Guarantee.. 22 Installation instructions.. 80
NOTES AND ACCESSORIES
Thank you for deciding to purchase a Blaupunkt product. We hope you enjoy using this new piece of equipment. Before using the device for the first time, please read these instructions carefully. The Blaupunkt editors are constantly working on making the operating instructions clearer and easier to understand. However, if you still have any questions on how to operate the unit please contact your dealer or the telephone hotline for your country. You will find the hotline telephone numbers printed at the back of this booklet.
Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt. Remote control The optional RC08 or RC10 remote controls allow you to safely and conveniently access the most important functions of your car radio from your steering wheel. Amplifier All Blaupunkt amplifiers can be used. CD changer You can connect the following Blaupunkt CD changers: CDC A 06, CDC A 08, CDC A 072 and IDC A 09. You can also connect the CDC A 05 and CDC A 071 CD changers by using an adapter cable (Blaupunkt no.: 889 093).
Road safety has absolute priority. Only operate your car radio if the road and traffic conditions allow you to do so. Familiarise yourself with the unit before setting off on your journey. You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens from afar. For this reason, set the volume of whatever you are listening to to a reasonable level.
International telephone information
If you have any questions regarding the operation of your car radio or if you require further information, please do not hesitate to call us! The information hotline numbers are printed on the last page of these instructions.
If you want to install your car radio yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions that follow these operating instructions.
REMOVABLE CONTROL PANEL
As a way of protecting your car radio against theft, the unit is equipped with a removable control panel (flip-release panel). Without this control panel, the car radio is worthless to a thief. Protect your car radio against theft by taking the control panel with you every time you leave your vehicle. Do not leave the control panel in your vehicle not even in a hiding place. The control panel has been designed to be easy to use. Note: Never drop the control panel. Never expose the control panel to direct sunlight or other heat sources. Store the control panel in the supplied case. Avoid making direct skin contact with the control panels contacts. If necessary, clean the contacts with a lint-free cloth soaked in cleaning spirits. The control panel locking mechanism opens.
Removable control panel
First, pull the control panel straight
off the unit and then out towards the left. The unit switches off after the control panel is removed. All the current settings are saved. Any cassette already inserted in the unit remains there.
Attaching the control panel Slide the control panel from left to
right into the units panel locking mechanism.
Press the left-hand edge of the
control panel into the unit until it clicks into place.
Removing the control panel 1
Note: When attaching the control panel, make sure you do not press the display. If the unit was still switched on when you removed the control panel, the unit will automatically switch on with the last settings activated (i.e. radio, Cassette, CD changer, or AUX) when the panel is replaced.
There are various ways of switching the unit on/off: Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition If the unit is correctly connected to the vehicles ignition and it was not switched off using button 3, it will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition. You can switch the unit on even if the ignition is off: Switching on by means of cassette insertion If there is no cassette in the deck when the device is switched off,
The flip-release panel opens.
Insert the cassette with the open
side to the right gently into the drive until you can sense some resistance. The cassette is automatically drawn into the drive. As the cassette is drawn in, it must neither be held back nor assisted.
To do so, press button 3.
Note: To protect the vehicle battery, the unit will switch off automatically after one hour if the ignition is off.
Close the panel with gentle pressure until you feel it engage. The device switches on. Cassette play starts.
Switching on/off using the removable control panel
Remove the control panel. The unit switches off. Attach the control panel again.
The unit switches on. The last settings (radio, Cassette, CD changer or AUX) will be reactivated. Switching on/off using button 3
To switch the unit on, press button
To switch the unit off, press button
3 for longer than two seconds. The unit switches off.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
The volume can be adjusted in steps from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum).
Adjusting the volume
Instantaneous volume reduction (mute)
This feature allows you to instantaneously reduce (mute) the volume to a level preset by you.
To increase the volume, turn the
volume control 2 to the right.
To decrease the volume, turn the
volume control 2 to the left.
Briefly press button 3.
MUTE appears in the display. Setting the mute level You can set the units mute volume level.
Setting the power-on volume
You can set the units default power-on volume.
Press the MENU button 8. Keep pressing the or button
: until ON VOLUME appears in the display.
: until MUTE LEVEL appears in the display. and buttons :. When you have finished making your changes,
Set the power-on volume using the
and buttons :. If you change the setting to 0, the power-on volume will be the same as the volume level that was set before the unit was last switched off. Note: To protect your hearing, the poweron volume is limited to a value of 38. If the volume level was higher when the unit was switched off, the volume will be reset to 38 when the unit is switched on again. When you have finished making your changes,
Set the mute level using the
press the MENU button 8 or OK
Telephone audio / navigation audio
If your car radio is connected to a mobile telephone or a navigation system, the units volume will be muted as soon as you pick up the telephone or as soon as a navigation announcement is made. The caller or voice output will then be heard over the car radio loudspeakers. In order for this to work, the mobile telephone or navigation system must be connected to the car radio in the manner described in the installation instructions.
You can find out from your Blaupunkt dealer which navigation systems can be used with your car radio. You can set the volume level at which telephone calls and the navigation voice output will first be heard. Press the MENU button 8. Keep pressing the or button : until TEL/NAVI VOL appears in the display. Set the required volume using the and buttons :. When you have finished making your changes,
Setting the volume of the confirmation beep
For some functions you will hear a confirmation beep if you keep a button pressed for longer than two seconds. For instance, after storing a radio station to a station button you will hear a confirmation beep. You can set the volume of this beep.
: until BEEP appears in the display. and buttons :. 0 means beep off, 9 means maximum beep volume. When you have finished making your changes,
; twice. Note: Using the volume control 2, you can directly adjust the volume of telephone calls and navigation voice output (whilst they are being heard).
Set the volume using the
Switching to radio mode
If you are in cassette, CD changer or AUX mode,
press the FM 4 / AM 5 button
Setting the sensitivity for station seek tuning You can configure the radio to only tune into stations with a strong reception or to also tune into those with a weak reception.
keep pressing the CDC button @
until RADIO appears in the display.
: until SENS HI or SENS LO appears in the display. SENS HI means that the tuner is highly sensitive. SENS LO means it is set to the lowest sensitivity setting. If SENS LO is selected, lo lights up in the display.
Selecting the frequency range / memory
This unit can receive programmes broadcast over the FM and AM frequency ranges. There are three preset memory levels for the FM range and one for the AM range. Six stations can be stored on each memory level. Selecting the FM memory level
Set the required sensitivity using
the and buttons :. When you have finished making your changes,
Press the FM button 4 to switch
between the FM memory levels (FM1, FM2 and FMT). Selecting the AM frequency range
;. Tuning into stations manually You can also tune into stations manually.
Press the AM button 5 to select
the AM frequency range.
Storing stations manually
Tuning into a station
There are various ways of tuning into a station. Automatic seek tuning
Select the required memory level
(FM1, FM2 or FMT) or the AM frequency range.
or button :. The unit tunes into the next receivable station.
Tune into the station. Press one of the station buttons 16 > for longer than one second to store the station to that button.
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can automatically store the six stations with the strongest reception in the region. The stations are stored in the FMT or AM memory depending on the selected frequency range. Note: Stations that were previously stored in this memory are deleted in the process. Stopping SCAN and continuing listening to a station
Press the OK button ;.
Scanning is stopped and the station that was tuned into last will remain active.
Setting the scantime Press the MENU button 8. Keep pressing the or button
: until SCANTIME appears in the display.
Briefly press the TS button ?. The station storing procedure begins. TRAVEL-STORE appears in the display. After the process is completed, the station that is stored in location 1 of the respective memory level will be played. Listening to preset stations Select the memory level on which
the station was stored.
Set the required scantime using
; twice. Note: The set scantime also applies to scanning in Cassette and CD changer mode.
Press the preset station button 1-6
> of the station you want to listen to.
This unit is equipped with a multiband tuner. The tuner can be configured to suit the requirements that are specific to various countries. The countries/regions available are: America, Europe, Asia and Thailand. The tuner will only function optimally if it is configured for the country/region in which the unit is being operated. Configuring the tuner
Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)
You can briefly play all the receivable stations. You can set the scanning time to between 5 and 30 seconds in the menu. Starting SCAN
Keep the OK button ; pressed
until the scan process starts. SCAN appears briefly in the display followed by the current frequency (which flashes). 12
: until FM TUNER appears in the display.
or button : to set the country/region. When you have finished making your changes,
If there is no cassette in the device
; twice. Note: Once you have configured the tuner, the unit will switch to radio mode and tune into the preset frequency 87.5 MHz
Insert the cassette into the cassette
slot with the open side to the right.
Setting the display
In radio mode, you have the option of continuously displaying the time or continuously displaying the frequency.
Press the CDC button @ until
CASSETTE appears in the display. The cassette is played in whichever direction was last selected.
/ DIS button 7 pressed until the required display appears.
Cassette Ejection Press the button 9.
The flip-release panel opens and the cassette is ejected.
Remove the cassette and close the
release panel or
Insert a new cassette. Changing Direction of Play
To change between SIDE A and SIDE B
Press button 2
Note: At the end of the tape, the direction of play is automatically reversed (auto-reverse). 13
The cassette starts playing with the side that is facing upwards. If there is already a cassette in the device
Close the control unit.
Press the button 9. The flip-release panel opens.
Skipping Tracks (S-CPS)
To skip to the next or a later track button : one or more times. CPS FF and the number of tracks to be skipped appear in the display. The tape fast forwards to the next track or the chosen later track. To skip track backwards
Press the OK button ; a second
time. The track that is currently being sampled will continue playing. Note: The duration of samples can be adjusted. Refer to the section on Setting Sample Time under Radio Operation. To use the S-CPS, RPT and SCAN functions, there must be a pause of at least three seconds between the tracks on the cassette.
button : one or more times. CPS FR and the number of tracks to be skipped appear in the display. The tape is rewound to the start of the present track or the desired earlier track.
Playing a Track Repeatedly Press button 4 RPT >.
The present track is repeated. RPT shows in the display. While the tape is being rewound after the end of the track, REPEAT TRCK appears in the display. To stop repeating the track
FORWARD appears in the display.
REWIND appears in the display. Stopping fast winding
Press button 4 RPT > again.
Play continues as normal. RPT disappears from the display.
Play continues. Note: While the tape is being fast wound, the last radio station tuned in can be listened to. This requires the Radio monitor function to be switched on.
Sampling All the Tracks on a Cassette (SCAN) Hold down the OK button ; for
longer than two seconds. CAS SCAN appears in the display. Samples from all the tracks on the tape are played in ascending order. To halt the scan
Pausing During Play
To interrupt tape play
Press button 3
Play is interrupted and PAUSE appears in the display.
> again to re-
or button : to switch the blank skip function on or off.
Press the MENU button 8 or OK
Switching the Radio Monitor On / off
Note: The radiomonitor can only be set if a cassette is being played.
Selecting Tape Type
If you are playing a Metal or CrO2 tape, you should set the tape type selector to MTL ON. To select the tape type
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : until
RM ON or RM OFF appears in the display. or button : to switch the radio monitor on or off. ;.
Press button 1 MTL >.
Either MTL ON or MTL OFF will appear briefly in the display.
Dolby* B Noise Reduction
You should switch on the Dolby function whenever you play tapes recorded using the Dolby B process.
Press the MENU button 8 or OK Skipping Blank Tape
You can automatically skip sections of blank tape that last longer than 10 seconds. This requires the blank skip function to be activated. Note: The blank skip can only be set if a cassette is being played. Switching Blank Skip On / Off
Press button 6
>. When the Dolby function is switched on, shows in the display.
*Noise reduction system manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories. The word Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
BLANK SKIP appears in the display.
CD CHANGER MODE
CD changer mode
Note: Information on handling CDs, inserting CDs and operating the CD changer can be found in the operating instructions supplied with your CD changer.
Fast searching (audible)
To fast search backwards or forwards,
keep one of the
buttons : pressed until fast reversing / fast forwarding begins.
Switching to CD changer mode Keep pressing the CDC button @
until CHANGER appears in the display. Playback begins with the first CD that the CD changer detects.
Changing the display To switch between the track number and clock display / track number and playing time display / CD number and track number display, / DIS button 7 once press the or several times for longer than two seconds until the required display appears.
Selecting a CD To move up/down from one CD to
another, press the or button : once or several times.
Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT) If you wish to repeat the current
track, briefly press button 4 RPT >. REPEAT TRCK appears briefly and RPT lights up in the display.
Selecting tracks To move up/down from one track to
another on the current CD, press the or button : once or several times.
If you wish to repeat the current
CD, press button 4 RPT > again. REPEAT DISC appears briefly and RPT lights up in the display. Cancelling repeat
Quick track selection
To quickly select tracks backwards or forwards,
or buttons : pressed until fast-reverse / fast-forward track selection begins.
If you want to stop the repeat function for the current track or CD, press button 4 RPT > until REPEAT OFF appears briefly in the display and RPT disappears.
Random play (MIX) To play all the tracks on the current
CD in random order, briefly press button 5 MIX >. MIX CD appears briefly and MIX lights up in the display. To play the tracks on all the inserted CDs in random order, press button 5 MIX > again. MIX ALL appears briefly and MIX lights up in the display.
Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN) To briefly play all the tracks on all
inserted CDs in ascending order, press the OK button ; for longer than two seconds. SCAN appears in the display. Stopping SCAN To stop scanning, briefly press the OK button ;. The current track will then continue to be played. Note: You can set the scantime. For further details, please read the section entitled Setting the scantime in the Radio mode chapter.
Note: In the case of the CDC A 08 and the IDC A 09, all the CDs in the changer are selected randomly. In the case of any other changer, all the tracks on one CD are played randomly before the next CD in the changer is played.
Stopping MIX Press button 5 MIX > until MIX OFF appears briefly in the display and MIX disappears.
Pausing playback (PAUSE) Press button 3 >.
PAUSE appears in the display. Cancelling pause
> while in pause mode. Playback is continued.
CLOCK - TIME
CLOCK - Time
Briefly displaying the time To display the time, briefly press
the / DIS button 7. or button : to switch between the modes. When you have finished making your changes,
Setting the time
Setting the time manually
To set the time, press the MENU
Displaying the time continuously when the unit is off and the ignition is on
To display the time when the unit is off and the vehicle ignition is on,
Keep pressing the
or button : until CLOCKSET appears in the display. button :.
press the MENU button 8. Keep pressing the or button
: until CLK DISP OFF or CLK DISP ON appears in the display. or button : to switch between the ON/OFF settings. When you have finished making your changes,
The time appears in the display. The minutes flash on and off and can be adjusted.
Adjust the minutes using the
Once you have set the minutes,
press the button :. The hours start flashing.
Adjust the hours using the
Briefly displaying the time when the unit is switched off
To briefly display the time when the unit is off,
Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode Press the MENU button 8.
MENU appears in the display.
/ DIS button 7. The time is displayed for eight seconds.
or button : until 24 H MODE or 12 H MODE appears in the display.
SOUND AND VOLUME DISTRIBUTION SETTINGS
Sound and volume distribution settings
You can adjust the sound and volume distribution settings separately for each source (radio, Cassette, CD changer and AUX).
Setting the left/right volume distribution (balance) To set the left/right volume distribution (balance), press the AUDIO button =. BASS appears in the display.
Adjusting the bass settings Press the AUDIO button =.
BASS appears in the display.
button : until BALANCE appears in the display.
or button : to adjust the bass. When you have finished making your changes,
or button : to adjust the balance (right/left). When you have finished making your changes,
press the AUDIO button =. Adjusting the treble settings Press the AUDIO button =.
press the AUDIO button =. Setting the front/back volume distribution (fader) To set the front/back volume distribution (fader), press the AUDIO button =. BASS appears in the display.
button : until TREBLE appears in the display.
Keep pressing the Press the
or button : to adjust the treble. When you have finished making your changes,
button : until FADER appears in the display.
press the AUDIO button =.
or button : to adjust the fader (front/back). When you have finished making your changes,
The X-BASS feature can be used to boost the bass at low volume levels.
Setting the spectrometer
The spectrometer (level display) briefly provides a symbolic display of the volume and the audio control settings whilst you are adjusting them. When you are not changing any settings, the spectrometer displays the car radios output level. You can set the type of spectrometer in the menu. There are two types available.
Adjusting the X-BASS boost settings
The X-BASS boost can be set in steps from X-BASS LOW to X-BASS MID to X-BASS HIGH.
Press the X-BASS button <. Keep pressing the or button
: until the required setting appears in the display. When you have finished making your changes,
Setting the spectrometer type Press the MENU button 8.
press the X-BASS button <.
or button : until EQ DISPLAY appears in the display.
or button : to select SPECTRUM 1, SPECTRUM 2 or EQ DISP OFF. When you have finished making your changes,
EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES
External audio sources
Instead of connecting a CD changer, you can connect another audio source equipped with a line output. The audio source, for example, can be a portable CD player, MiniDisc player or MP3 player. The AUX input must be activated in the menu. If you want to connect an external audio source, you will need an adapter cable. You can obtain this adapter cable (BP no.: 897 093) from your authorised Blaupunkt dealer.
Output power: 4 x 25 watts sine in accordance with DIN at 14.4 V 4 x 50 watts max. power
Frequency ranges US: FM: 87.5 107.9 MHz AM: kHz Frequency ranges Asia and Europe: FM: 87.MHz AM: kHz Frequency ranges Thailand: FM: 87.MHz AM: kHz FM mono sensitivity: 17 dbf FM frequency response: 35 - 16,000 Hz
Switching the AUX input on/off Press the MENU button 8.
or button : until AUX-IN-1 OFF or AUXIN-1 ON appears in the display.
or button : to switch AUX on/off. When you have finished making your changes,
;. Note: If the AUX input is switched on it can be selected by pressing the CDC button @.
Frequency response: 30 - 18,000 Hz
4 channels: 3V
AUX input: Tel./Navi input: 2 V / 6 k 10 V / 1 k
Subject to changes! 21
The scope of the guarantee is orientated around the regulations in force within the country in which the unit was purchased. If your unit develops a fault, please contact your dealer and present the purchase receipt. If the statutory guarantee period in your country is less than 12 months, Blaupunkt will grant a 12-month manufacturers guarantee. This guarantee does not cover damage due to wear, incorrect usage or commercial use. If you wish to enforce a claim under the manufacturers guarantee that is provided by Blaupunkt, please send the faulty unit together with the purchase receipt to the Blaupunkt customer service centre in your country. You can find out which address is closest to you by contacting the telephone hotline listed on the back page of this booklet. Blaupunkt retains the right to rectify defects or supply a replacement.
Service numbers / Numros du service aprs-vente / Nmeros de servicio / Nmero de servio
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