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Radio / Cassette
Boston C31 Dresden C31 Dublin C31 Cleveland DJ31 Madison DJ31

Operating instructions

SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH DEUTSCH

PORTUGUS

ESPAOL

OPERATING ELEMENTS

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DEUTSCH PORTUGUS ESPAOL SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH
Button, to unlock the removable control panel (release panel) BAND button (Band), to switch to radio mode, to select the FM memory levels and the MW and LW frequency ranges (MW and LW are not available on the Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31) TS, to start the Travelstore function FMT button (Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31), to select the FM memory levels, to switch to radio mode, to start the Travelstore function. RDS button, to switch the RDS function on/off (Radio Data System). To display scrolling text. SCAN button, to start the scan function. Cassette eject Cassette compartment button, fast winding button, fast winding
X-BASS button, to activate the X-Bass function. CDC button, to select radio, cassette, CD changer (if connected) and AUX sources AUDIO button, to adjust the bass, treble, balance and fader settings. Arrow buttons MENU button, to open the basic settings menu, , to display the time Keys 1 - 5 TRAF button (traffic), to switch traffic information standby on/off PTY, to switch the PTY function on/off Volume control , to increase the volume , to decrease the volume Button to switch the unit on/off, to mute the volume

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Notes and accessories.. 27
Road safety.. 27 Installation.. 27 Accessories.. 27 International telephone information. 27

Cassette mode.. 38

Cassette Play.. 38 Changing Direction of Play. 38 Fast Winding.. 38 Switching Radio Monitor On / Off.. 38 Cassette Ejection. 39
Removable control panel. 28 Switching on/off.. 29 Adjusting the volume. 30
Setting the power-on volume. 30 Instantaneous volume reduction (mute).. 30 Mute during telephone operation. 30 Configuring the confirmation beep. 31

CD changer mode. 39

Switching to CD changer mode.. 39 Selecting a CD.. 39 Selecting tracks.. 39 Quick track selection. 39 Fast searching (audible). 40 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT).. 40 Random play (MIX). 40 Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)... 40 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 41 Changing the display. 41

Radio mode.. 32

Switching to radio mode. 32 RDS functions (AF, REG). 32 Selecting the frequency range / memory... 32 Tuning into a station.. 33 Setting the sensitivity of the station search mode.. 33 Storing stations.. 33 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 34 Listening to preset stations. 34 Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)... 34 Setting the scantime.. 34 Programme type (PTY). 34 Optimising radio reception. 36 Displaying scrolling text.. 36
CLOCK - Time. 41 Sound and volume distribution settings.. 43
Adjusting the bass settings. 43 Adjusting the treble settings. 43 Setting the left/right volume distribution (balance). 43 Setting the front/back volume distribution (fader).. 43
Traffic information reception. 37
X-BASS.. 44 External audio sources.. 44 Specifications. 45 Guarantee.. 45 Installation instructions. 172

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. 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). The CDC A 08 CD changer is supplied with the Cleveland DJ31 and the Madison DJ31.

Accessories

Road safety
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.

Installation

If you want to install your car radio yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions that follow these operating instructions.

REMOVABLE CONTROL PANEL

Removable control panel

Theft protection

As a way of protecting your car radio against theft, the unit is equipped with a removable control panel (release panel). Without this control panel, the car radio is worthless to a thief. Protect you 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: q Never drop the control panel. q Never expose the control panel to direct sunlight or other heat sources. q Avoid making direct skin contact with the control panel's contacts. If necessary, clean the contacts with a lint-free cloth soaked in cleaning spirits.

Press the

button 1.
The control panel locking mechanism opens.
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 unit's panel locking mechanism.
Press the left-hand edge of the
control panel into the unit until it clicks into place.
Removing the control panel
Note: q 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.

SWITCHING ON/OFF

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 vehicle's ignition and it was not switched off using button A, it will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition. You can also switch the unit on even if the ignition is off:

Switching on/off

Switching on by inserting a cassette If the unit is switched off and there is no cassette inserted in the drive,
Gently insert the cassette with the
open side facing towards the right into the drive until you feel some resistance. The cassette will be drawn automatically into the drive. You must not hinder or assist the drive as it draws in the cassette. The unit switches on. Cassette playback begins.
To do so, press button A.
Note: q To protect the vehicle battery, the unit will switch off automatically after one hour if the ignition is off. 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 settings (radio, cassette, CD changer or AUX) that were set before the unit was switched off will be reactivated. Switching on/off using button A
To switch the unit on, press button
To switch the unit off, press button
A for longer than two seconds. The unit switches off.

ADJUSTING THE VOLUME

Adjusting the volume
The system volume can be adjusted in steps from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum). To increase the system volume,
Instantaneous volume reduction (mute)
This feature allows you to instantaneously reduce (mute) the volume to a level preset by you.

press the press the

button @. button @.
To decrease the system volume,

Briefly press button A.

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 unit's default power-on volume.
Press the MENU button =. Keep pressing the or button
< until ON VOL appears in the display.
< until MUTE LVL appears in the display.
Set the power-on volume using the
and buttons <. To help you adjust the volume more easily, the volume will be increased / decreased as you make your changes. 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
and buttons <. When you have finished making your changes,
press the MENU button =. Mute during telephone operation

If your car audio system has been equipped with a mobile telephone, it will automatically switch to mute when you use the phone. This will not work unless the mobile phone is connected to the car audio system as described in the installation instructions. If a traffic announcement is received while the phone is in use and traffic information priority has been activated, you will hear the traffic announcement. For more information, refer to the section on Traffic information reception. The car audio system will be muted to the mute level selected.
press the MENU button = twice.

DEUTSCH

Configuring 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 configure the beep.
< until BEEP OFF or BEEP ON appears in the display. BEEP OFF means that the confirmation beep is switched off, BEEP ON means that it is switched on.

SVENSKA

press the MENU button =.

NEDERLANDS

Make your selection using the
or button <. When you have finished making your changes,

ITALIANO

FRANAIS

ENGLISH

RADIO MODE

Radio mode

This unit is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many of the receivable FM stations transmit a signal that not only carries the programme but also additional information such as the station name and programme type (PTY). The station name appears in the display as soon as it is received. Switching REG on/off
< until REG appears in the display. OFF or ON is displayed alongside REG.
To switch REG on/off, press the

Switching to radio mode

If you are in cassette, CD changer or AUX mode,
Switching the RDS function on/off
press the BAND (TS) button 2 or
FMT button 2. RADIO appears in the display.
To use the RDS functions (AF and
REG), press the RDS button 3. The RDS functions are active when RDS lights up in the display with a symbol. When the RDS functions are switched on, REG ON or REG OFF appears briefly in the display.

RDS functions (AF, REG)

The RDS functions AF (Alternative Frequency) and REG (Regional) extend your radios range of functions. q AF: If the RDS function is activated, the unit automatically tunes into the best receivable frequency for the station that is currently set. q REG: At certain times, some radio stations divide their programme into regional programmes providing different regional content. You can use the REG function to prevent the car radio from switching to alternative frequencies that are transmitting different programme content. Note: q REG must be separately activated/ deactivated in the menu.

Selecting the frequency range / memory
This unit can receive programmes broadcast over the FM, MW and LW frequency ranges. Note: q Only FM is available on the Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31. There are three preset memory levels for the FM range and one for each of the MW and LW ranges (only FM1, FM2 and FMT in the case of the Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31 units). Five stations can be stored on each memory level.
2 or the FMT button 2 to switch between the memory levels and frequency ranges.
Briefly press the BAND (TS) button
When using this feature, you will only be able to switch to stations that you have received once already. To do so, use the scan or Travelstore function.

Tuning into a station

There are various ways of tuning into a station. Automatic seek tuning
Setting the sensitivity of the station search mode
You can configure the radio to only tune into stations with a strong reception or to also tune into those with a weak reception. Press the MENU button =. Keep pressing the or button < until SENS HI or SENS LO appears in the display. The display shows the currently set value for sensitivity. SENS HI6 means that the tuner is highly sensitive. SENS LO1 means it is set to the lowest sensitivity setting. If SENS LO is selected, lo lights up in the display. Set the required sensitivity using the and buttons <. When you have finished making your changes,

button <.

The unit tunes into the next receivable station. Tuning into stations manually You can also tune into stations manually.
Note: You can only tune into stations manually if the RDS function is deactivated.
Browsing through broadcasting networks (only FM) If a radio station provides several programmes, you have the option of browsing through its so-called broadcasting network.
press the MENU button =. Storing stations
Storing stations manually
or button < to move to the next station on the broadcasting network.
Select the required FM1 / FM2 /
FMT memory or one of the MW / LW frequency ranges (only FM in the case of the Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31 units). Tune into the required station.

Note: q The RDS function must be activated before you can use this feature.
Press one of the station buttons > for longer than two seconds to store the station to that button. Starting SCAN

Press the SCAN button 4.

Scanning begins. SCAN briefly appears in the display followed by a flashing display of the current station name or frequency. Stopping SCAN and continuing listening to a station
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can automatically store the five stations with the strongest reception in the region (only for FM). The stations are stored in the FMT memory. Note: q Stations that were previously stored in this memory are deleted in the process. Keep the BAND (TS) button 2 or FMT button 2 pressed for longer than two seconds. The station storing procedure begins. T-STORE appears in the display. After the process is completed, the station stored in FMT memory location 1 will be played.
Scanning is stopped and the station that was tuned into last will remain active.
Setting the scantime Press the MENU button =. Keep pressing the or button
< until SCANTIME appears in the display.
Set the required scantime using
the and buttons <. When you have finished making your changes,
Listening to preset stations Select the memory or the frequency range. Press the preset station button > of the station you want to listen to.
Note: q The set scantime also applies to scanning in CD changer mode.
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.

Programme type (PTY)

Besides transmitting the station name, some FM stations also provide information on the type of programme that they are broadcasting.Your radio can receive and display this information. For example, the programme types can be:
CULTURE TRAVEL JAZZ SPORT NEWS POP ROCK CLASSICS Using the PTY function, you can directly select stations of a particular programme type. PTY-EON If you specify the programme type and start seek tuning, the radio will switch from the current station to a station of the selected programme type. Note: q If no station is found that corresponds to the selected programme type, you will hear a beep and NO PTY appears briefly in the display. The station that was listened to last will then be tuned into again. q If the tuned radio station or another station on the broadcasting network broadcasts the required programme type at a later point in time, the radio automatically switches from the currently tuned station or from cassette / CD changer mode to the station whose programme type matches the one you selected. Switching PTY on/off

Selecting a programme type and starting seek tuning
If you want to select another programme type, you can do so by pressing the or button < whilst this display is visible. Or
Press one of the buttons 1 - 5 >
to select a programme type that is stored on one of these buttons. The selected programme type is displayed briefly. or button < to start seek tuning. The next station corresponding to your selected programme type will then be tuned into.
Select a programme type using the

or button <.

pressed until PTY appears in or disappears from the display. The programme type appears briefly in the display when you switch PTY on.
Keep the TRAF (PTY) button ?
5 > pressed for longer than two seconds. The programme type is now stored on the station button 1 - 5 > that you selected.
Keep the required station button 1 -
Storing a programme type on a station button
The current programme type appears in the display.
Selecting the PTY language You can set the language in which the programme type is displayed. Press the MENU button =. Keep pressing the or button < until PTY LANG appears in the display. Press the or button < to switch between German, English and French. When the required language appears in the display,
Displaying scrolling text
Some radio stations use the RDS signal to transmit advertising or other information instead of their station name. These scrolling texts appear in the display. You can deactivate the feature for displaying scrolling texts.
Keep the RDS button 3 pressed
until NAME FIX appears in the display. To allow scrolling text to be displayed again,
press the MENU button = twice. Optimising radio reception
Treble reduction feature during interference (HICUT) The HICUT function improves reception during poor radio reception (only FM). If interference occurs, the treble is automatically reduced thus reducing the interference level. Switching HICUT on/off
keep the RDS button 3 pressed

until NAME VAR appears in the display.
< until HICUT appears in the display. Press the or button < to set HICUT. HICUT 0 means no reduction will be made, HICUT 1 means a maximum automatic reduction of the treble level and interference level. When you have finished making your changes,
TRAFFIC INFORMATION RECEPTION
Traffic information reception
Your radio unit is equipped with an RDSEON receiver. EON stands for Enhanced Other Network. Every time a traffic announcement (TA) is transmitted, you will automatically be switched from a station that does not provide traffic information to a station within the broadcasting network that does. Once the traffic information message is over, you will be switched back to the programme that you were listening to before.
If you hear the warning sound, you can either switch off traffic information priority or tune into a station that broadcasts traffic information.
Setting the traffic announcement volume Press the MENU button =. Keep pressing the or button
< until TAVOLUME appears in the display. and buttons <. When you have finished making your changes,

Set the volume using the

Switching traffic information priority on/off Press the TRAF button ?.
Traffic announcement priority is active when a traffic jam symbol lights up in the display. Note: You will hear a warning sound q if you leave the reception area of a traffic information station that you are currently listening to. q if, while listening to a cassette, a CD or an AUX source, you leave the reception area of a traffic information station that you are tuned into and the subsequent automatic search cannot find a new traffic information station. q if you retune the radio from a traffic information station to a station that does not broadcast traffic information.
Note: q You can also adjust the volume during a traffic announcement for the duration of the announcement by using the volume control @.

CASSETTE MODE

Cassette mode

Cassette Play

If there is no cassette in the device Insert the cassette into the cassette slot with the open side to the right. The cassette starts playing with the side that is facing upwards. The cassette symbol shows in the display. q If there is already a cassette in the device Press the CDC button : until TAPE appears in the display. The cassette is played in whichever direction was last selected.
Fast rewind q To rewind Side A
button 7 until it locks. To rewind Side B
button 8 until it locks. REWIND appears in the display.

Stopping fast winding

Press the opposite fast wind button. Play continues.
Changing Direction of Play 7 and 8 Press buttons
at the same time. The other side of the tape starts playing. At the end of the tape, the direction of play is automatically reversed (autoreverse).
Switching Radio Monitor On / Off
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.

Press the MENU button =.

MENU appears in the display.

Fast Winding

Fast forward
or button < until RM ON or RM OFF appears in the display. or button < to switch the radio monitor on or off.
To fast forward Side A button 8 until it locks. To fast forward Side B button 7 until it
locks. FORWARD appears in the display.
Note: The radiomonitor can only be set if a cassette is being played.
Cassette Ejection Press the button 5 to remove
the cassette from the device.

CD CHANGER MODE

Note: q Information on handling CDs, inserting CDs and operating the CD changer can be found in the operating instructions supplied with your CD changer.

CD changer mode

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.

Selecting a CD

To move up/down from one CD to another,

press the

or several times.

button < once or

Selecting tracks
To move up/down from one track to another on the current CD,

PAUSE appears in the display. Cancelling pause

CLOCK - TIME

Briefly displaying the time

To display the time,

CLOCK - Time
Press button 2 ( ) > while in
pause mode. Playback is continued.
pressed until the time appears.

Setting the time

Setting the time manually To set the time,
To switch between the track number / CD number display and the track number / playing time display,
press the MENU button =. Keep pressing the or button
< until CLOCKSET appears in the display.
The current setting is displayed. TIME for the playing time display and CD NO for the CD number display.
Adjust the minutes using the
buttons <. Once you have set the minutes,
button < to select the required setting.
Press the MENU button = twice.
The hours flash on and off.
buttons <. When you have finished making your changes,
Adjust the hours using the
< until CDC DISP appears in the display.
The time appears in the display. The minutes flash on and off and can be adjusted.

Changing the display

keep the MENU ( ) button =
Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode Press the MENU button =. Keep pressing the or button
< until 24 H MODE or 12 H MODE appears in the display.
Briefly displaying the time when the unit is switched off
To briefly display the time when the unit is off,
press the MENU ( ) button =.
The time is displayed for eight seconds.
or button < to switch between the modes. When you have finished making your changes,
press the MENU button = twice. 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,
< until CLOCK OFF or CLOCK ON appears in the display.
or button < to switch between the ON/OFF settings. When you have finished making your changes,
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 adjust the left/right volume distribution (balance),
press the AUDIO button ;.
BASS appears in the display.
Adjusting the bass settings

To adjust the bass,

Keep pressing the Press the
button < until BAL 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 ;. Setting the front/back volume distribution (fader)
To adjust the front/back volume distribution (fader),
press the AUDIO button ;. Adjusting the treble settings

To adjust the treble,

button < until TREB appears in the display.
button < until FADER appears in the display.
or button < to adjust the treble. When you have finished making your changes,
or button < to adjust the fader (front/back). When you have finished making your changes,

X-BASS

The X-BASS feature can be used to boost the bass at low volume levels. Note: q You can adjust the X-bass settings separately for each audio source (radio, cassette, CD changer and AUX). Adjusting the X-BASS boost settings The X-BASS boost can be set in steps ranging from 1 to 3. X-BASS OFF means that the X-BASS feature is switched off.

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 (Blaupunkt no.: 897 093). You can obtain this adapter cable from your authorised Blaupunkt dealer.
Press the X-BASS button 9. Keep pressing the / or /
button < until the required setting appears in the display. If the X-BASS boost is set to a value of 1, 2 or 3, the X-BASS symbol appears in the display. When you have finished making your changes,
Switching the AUX input on/off Press the MENU button =.

Keep pressing the

or button < until AUX OFF or AUX ON appears in the display.
press the X-BASS button 9.
or button < to switch AUX on/off. When you have finished making your changes,
Note: q If the AUX input is switched on it can be selected by pressing the CDC button :.

SPECIFICATIONS

Specifications

Amplifier

Output power: 4 x 25 watts sine in accordance with DIN at 14.4 V 4 x 45 watts max. power

GUARANTEE

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.

Guarantee

Frequency ranges: FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz MW: 531 - 1,602 kHz LW: 153 - 279 kHz (MW and LW are not available on the Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31 units) FM frequency response: 35 - 16,000 Hz

Cassette

Frequency response: 30 - 18,000 Hz

Input sensitivity

AUX input: 2 V / 6 k

Subject to changes! 45

 

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