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5 BA To switch between the storage levels/ frequency band areas FM 1, FM II, TS (Travelstore) AM, and AM Travelstore.
of the six preset stations. You can listen to the station stored there.
ly show REPEAT-T or REPEAT-D. REPEAT-T on: Press 4/RPT.
MIX-ALL on: Hold 5/MIX depressed. Press 5/MIX to disactivate MIX. 7 Clock display Press the DIS key when the unit is turned on and the current time will be shown for approximately 8 seconds. Additional features of the clock display Press and hold DIS key until it beeps which will result in a permanent time display. When carrying out other functions, the time display will be masked for approximately 8 seconds. 8 DSC (direct software control) You can customize certain basic unit settings with DSC. Additional information can be found in the section Programming with DSC. 9 AUD This key activates the tone setting menu. You can set different tone settings for each operation mode. The last setting for each operation mode will be stored. (This applies only to the Nevada RDM 168 and the Alaska RDM 168.)
Setting treble (high tones) and bass (low tones): Press the AUD key once. The display will show BASS and you can change the setting by pressing the toggle switch either to the left or right. You can change the treble setting by pressing the rocker switches either up or down while the display shows TREBLE. The display will show the chosen values. The last value will be stored. Press the AUD key to disactivate. The AUD setting will end automatically if there is no change within 8 seconds. Setting balance (left/right) and fader (front/back): Press the AUD key two times. By operating the rocker switches up or down you can set the volume ratio between the front and the back speakers. At the same time the display will indicate FADER. Press the toggle switches to the left and right to adjust the volume. At the same time, the display will indicate BALANCE. The display will show the selected values. The last value will be stored. Press the AUD key to turn off.
The AUD setting will be end automatically if there is no change within 8 seconds. 9 LD - loudness To set the low tones appropriate for the human ear at low volume levels. Press the AUD key to turn the loudness function on/off and hold the key down until you hear a beep. In units with source tone memory, the loudness function can be turned on and off for each signal source independently. : Toggle switch Radio operation
Automatic tuning / Station search up down Manual tuning << >> incrementally up/down (in FM only when AF turned off)
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; SC Scan Radio operation Press the SC key for approximately 2 seconds. You will hear a beep and the display will alternate between SCAN and the abbreviated name of the scanned station. All FM stations that can be received will be briefly scanned. PTY scan: The PTY scan can only be started if PTY is turned on. (The display will show PTY.) Press the SC key for approximately 2 seconds. You will hear a beep and the display will alternate between PTY SCAN and the abbreviated name of the scanned station. The stations with the selected program type will be briefly scanned. Stop Scan / PTY: Press the SC key.
CD Changer Press the SC key for approximately 2 seconds. You will hear a beep and the display will show SCAN. Each title of each CD will be briefly scanned sequentially. Stop CD Scan: Press the SC key again. < Inserting CD After inserting the CD with the label facing up, it is automatically transported to the operating position. The unit automatically switches and plays the content of the inserted CD.
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Additional functions of the toggle switch: Possible other settings with AUD 9 DSC Mode 8 PTY 4 The respective function must be activated.
>> Fast forward, audible Hold depressed as necessary << Fast reverse, audible Hold depressed as necessary
Select title up down By pressing once, the currently playing title will start from the beginning.
Stop CD Scan: Press the SC key.
In FM only: << >> Scrolling through the station chains when AF is on (e.g. NDR1,2,3,4, N-Joy.).
; SRC SRC (source) This key allows you to switch between the operation modes Radio, CD and a CD changer (if one is connected).
CD changer Press the SC key for approximately 2 seconds. You will hear a beep and the display will show SCAN. Each title of each CD will be briefly scanned sequentially.
> Eject When you press this key the unit will eject the inserted CD. ? Detachable face By pressing the REL key the face will be freed and can be detached. When you attach the face, first insert it into the mounting unit on the right hand side of the radio. Then press the face to the left side of the radio until you can hear it snap into place. Be sure not to press on the display when attaching the face.
a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) m) n) o) p) q)
Station name Frequency band area Peak/volume display Station keys (1 - 6) Alternative frequency with RDS Program type activated Sensitivity of station search CD repeat function activated CD mix operation activated Loudness function on CD in unit Program played in stereo Time display First CD title being played Length of time CD title has been playing Fifth CD in CD changer being played CD name
What you definitely should read
You should read the following information carefully before operating your car radio.
Station search / When you press / the car radio will automatically search for the next station. When you hold / depressed in the up or down position the station search will quickly fast forward or reverse.
AF alternative frequency
The AF function automatically assures that the program is received at the best frequency. This function is on when the display lights up with the letters AF. The radio output can be muted during the search for the best frequency of the selected program. The unit is automatically searching for an alternative frequency if the display shows SEARCH when you turn the radio on or call a stored frequency. SEARCH is no longer displayed when an alternative frequency is found or the entire frequency band was searched.
If AF is not lit up you press the RDS key. 13
Station search up dpwn << >> incrementally up/down (in FM only if AF is turned off)
For example, you can start Travelstore as follows: Press the BA key for 2 seconds. This will cause a frequency search.
You can call a station in the reception area by pressing << >>. If several programs of the station chains can be received you are able to scroll >> (forward) or << (reverse) through the station chains (e.g., NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, N-JOY.). In order for this to work, the stations must have been received at least once before and AF must be activated (lit up in the display).
Scrolling through station chains (only FM)
You select the desired frequency band area by pressing the BA key.
To perform manual tuning: Pressing << >> will incrementally change the frequency up or down. If you hold the toggle switch down on the right or left, the frequency search will be conducted quickly.
You should choose a different program if the selected one can no longer be received with acceptable quality.
Manual tuning with << >> You can tune manually. AF and PTY must be turned off. (The symbols do not light up in the display.) You may also turn these functions off by pressing the RDS key or the PTY key.
RDS radio operation
Pressing << >> enables you to chose the station.
Now the station is stored. The display shows the stored station.
Scanning stations with radio scan
You can briefly scan the stations you are able to receive. To turn on scan: Press the SC key for 2 seconds. The display will flash the scanned frequency or the abbreviated station name. During the search the display will light up with FMSCAN or AM-SCAN. If you would like to listen to the scanned station for a longer period, you Press the SC key and thereby terminate the preset scan. If no station is selected, the scan operation will be turned off after the search of the frequency band is concluded and the station you selected prior to the scan function will be played again.
Changing storage level (FM)
Automatic storage of strongest stations with Travelstore In order to store or call the stored stations,
you may switch between the storage levels 1, 2, and T, as well as AM and AM Travelstore. The display will indicate the selected storage level. Press the BA key until the display shows the desired storage level. You can automatically store the six strongest FM and AM stations of the respective reception area you are presently in. This function is particularly useful when you are traveling. Press the BA key for 2 seconds. The display will show T-Store. The six strongest FM or AM stations will automatically be stored in storage level T (Travelstore). When the process is completed the strongest of the six stations will be shown in the display and its program will be audible. You may also store stations in the Travelstore level by following the instructions under Storing stations.
By pressing the station keys 1 - 6 you can store six stations per storage level (1, 2, and T) in the FM area. In the AM and the AM Travelstore area you can also store six stations per storage level. The BA key allows you to choose the frequency band area. Select a station by using the toggle switch (automatically / or manually << >>). Press the desired station key until the muted program is audible again (approximately 2 seconds) or the beeping stops.
Changing scan time
You may increase the duration of the scan process incrementally from 5 to 20 seconds. Additional information can be found under Programming with DSC.
Calling stored stations
You may call the stored stations by pressing the respective keys again. Choosing the frequency band area with the BA key and selecting the desired storage level. Press the BA key repeatedly until the desired level appears in the display, then press the respective station key.
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Changing sensitivity of station search
You may change the sensitivity of the automatic station search. If lo is displayed, the search will only look for stations with good reception (low sensitivity). If lo is not displayed, the search will also include stations with lower reception quality. Under Programming with DSC you can find information about how to switch the sensitivity of the station search and how to program the station search sensitivity.
Activating automatic IF bandwidth switching
The SHARX function in the DSC menu allows you to activate automatic IF bandwidth switching. This function proves to be beneficial when a reception area contains many stations. Choosing SHARX ON eliminates most of the interference caused by strong adjacent stations. You can find additional information under Programming with DSC - SHARX.
able program types are mentioned below: POP ROCK WEATHER CHILDREN TRAVEL HOBBIES JAZZ OLDIES NEWS SPORTS CULTURE Turning PTY on/off Press the PTY key. When the function is activated the display will briefly indicate the program type you last chose and then it permanently shows PTY. Inquiring about station program type Press the PTY key for approximately 2 seconds. After the beep the display will indicate the program type the received station is broadcasting. If the display indicates NONE, the station is without PTY identification.
PTY- Program type (mode)
This is an RDS service that is gradually being implemented by the broadcast companies. It allows you to automatically search for stations with a certain program content. You choose the specific program type and a search for the respective stations is conducted by station search or the scan function.
Switching stereo/mono (FM)
The DSC menu allows you to switch between stereo and mono. This can be useful in marginal reception areas. When turning the unit on it automatically provides stereo output. As the quality of the reception decreases the unit changes smoothly to mono output. The chapter Programming with DSC/Stereo/Mono informs you how to switch to mono. The chosen mode will be briefly indicated in the display.
Turn on PTY by pressing the PTY key. By pressing << >> you can identify the program type you chose last and select a different one. The station keys 1 - 6 enable you to select the stored program types. Some of the avail-
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Choosing program type a) with the station keys: When PTY is turned on, the station keys 1- 6 select the program types determined by the factory. Press one of keys (1 - 6). The display will show the selected program type for 2 seconds. If you would like to listen to a station broadcasting this program type, start the station search by pressing /. Should no station with the chosen program type be found, the display will briefly indicate NO PTY and you will hear a beep. The station last selected will be received. Each storage area can be used for a different available program type. Should you wish further information, you may turn to the next paragraph titled Storing the program type. b) with the station search toggle switch << >>: When PTY is turned on, you can choose a program type by pressing << >>. Press << or >>. The program type last selected will be displayed for 3 seconds.
After inserting the CD (the display shows CD), you switch the sound source with the SRC key: Press the SRC key as often as necessary for the display to show CD functions (title number and playing time).
After you insert the CD, the display will show the activated CD functions.
Note: Please note that, as already mentioned, not all RDS stations are supporting those functions yet.
Turn the unit on. Gently insert the CD (with the label facing up). The CD is automatically moved to the playing position and is played.
up down Pressing once will start the presently played title from the beginning. >> Fast forward, audible (CUE). Press as long as necessary. << Fast reverse, audible (REVIEW). Press as long as necessary.
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Even during CD operation, the unit automatically switches within the station chain to the radio station broadcasting the selected program type. At the end of the PTY program, the unit will switch back to the previous source (radio or CD).
CD changer operation
The toggle switch acts as a sequence switch; by pressing it several times several songs can be skipped. The display will indicate T (Track) and the respective number of the song just selected.
CD repeat (RPT/repeat function)
CD title can be played repeatedly. You are able to: Repeat the presently playing title (REPEATT) or all titles of the CD you are currently playing (REPEAT-D). When the RPT function is activated, the display will light up with RPT. After choosing the repeat function and after each title change, the display will briefly show REPEAT-T or REPEAT-D. REPEAT-T on: Press 4/RPT. REPEAT-D on: Depress 4/RPT and hold. To turn RPT off: Press 4/RPT.
Note: The operation of the CD changer is only possible with the Nevada RDM 168 and Alaska RDM 168! The changer is equipped with a magazine for 10 CDs. Note: You should only use the commercially available round CDs with a diameter of 12 cm! CDs with a diameter of 8 cm or CDs in the shape of, for example, a butterfly or a beer mug are not suitable to be played in the unit. You could cause serious damage to the CD and the drive. We can not be held liable for damages caused by unsuitable CDs. You should keep the door of the CD changer closed after inserting the magazine in order to prevent dirt from entering.
CD mix operation
CD titles can be played in a random sequence. To activate and deactivate that function Press station key 5. The mix function is on when the display briefly shows MIX CD after implementing the change and at the beginning of each new title.
If you press station key 3 while playing a CD, the CD program will stop. The display shows CD PAUSE. By pressing station key 3 again, the pause function is deactivated and the CD program will be continued where it stopped.
CD SCAN operation
To briefly scan the CD titles. To activate SCAN: Press the SC key for 2 seconds; the display will show CD-SCAN. The titles will be briefly scanned sequentially. To deactivate SCAN: Press the SC key for 2 seconds. The title last played will be continued.
Load the magazine with one or several CDs (with the label facing up). Slide the magazine into the CD changer. Note the direction of the arrow. The CDs are counted from the bottom up.
Open the door of the CD changer and press the eject button.
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Select the CD changer with the SRC key. Press the SRC key repeatedly until the display shows CHANGER. The first CD recognized by the changer will be played.
CD MIX operation
CD titles can be played in a random sequence. You are able to: Play all titles of a CD (MIX-CD) or all titles of all inserted CDS (MIX-ALL) in random sequence. When the MIX function is activated, the display will show MIX. After switching to this function and after each title change, the display will briefly show MIX-CD or MIX-ALL. MIX-CD on: Press 5/MIX. MIX-ALL on: Depress 5/MIX and hold. To turn off MIX: Press 5/MIX.
When you first begin to play the CD the display will indicate the information identifying the CD (e.g., number, name, or playing time).
To briefly scan the CD titles. To activate SCAN: Press the SC key for 2 seconds; the display will show CD-SCAN The titles will be briefly scanned sequentially. To deactivate SCAN: Press the SC key for 2 seconds. The title last scanned will be continued.
up down The display will show the number or name of the currently played CD. >> Fast forward, audible (CUE) << Fast reverse, audible (REVIEW).
Starting CD name input
Select CD player or CD changer with the SRC key and insert a CD if necessary. Press the DSC key repeatedly until CD/CDC NAME appears in the display. Press << >> to set the modus CD NAMING. A CD number or a CD name will be diplayed.
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Deleting CD name input
You may delete individual names, the CD magazine, or the complete name list of a player or changer. Deleting one CD name Select CD NAMING MODE. Choose the CD to which you would like to assign a new name. Select the mode CD NAME EDIT.
Deleting all CD names of a CD magazine Select CD NAMING MODE. Choose the mode CD NAME EDIT.
Deleting entire name storage of a CD player The procedure is the same as for the CD changer except that the name storage is deleted after the DSC key has been depressed and held for 8 seconds.
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Press the DSC key and hold it down. After 2, 8, and 12 seconds you will hear a beep. The names of all CDs in the CD changer will be deleted in 12 seconds. Therefore, you should press the DSC key for at least 12 seconds. After the names have been removed, the display will show DELETED. Then the display will return to the CDC NAME mode.
Press the DSC key and hold it down. You will hear a beep after 2 seconds (and after 8 and 12 seconds). After 2 seconds, one name is deleted. If you are only planning on deleting one name, press the DSC key for at least 2 seconds and release it before the end of 8 seconds. After the name has been removed, the display will show DELETED. Then the display will return to the CDC NAME mode.
Press the DSC key and hold it down. After 2, 8, and 12 seconds you will hear a beep. The names stored in a CD magazine will be deleted in 8 seconds. Therefore, you should press the DSC key for at least 8 seconds and release it again prior to the end of 12 seconds. After the names have been removed, the display will show DELETED. Then the display will return to the CDC NAME mode. Deleting entire name storage of a CD changer Select CD NAMING MODE. Choose the mode CD NAME EDIT.
Clock / time
The unit is equipped with an internal clock for which the hours and minutes are set via RDS in order to assure a high degree of accuracy. This RDS control is only possible when an RDS station with CT (clock time) function can be received. The automatic adjustment for daylight savings time can be turned off. Please note that presently not all RDS stations broadcast a time signal.
The time can be displayed permanently during radio and CD operation. If another function is chosen, the time display will disappear for approximately 8 seconds while, for example, the selected station is being indicated. To change the display mode: Press the DIS key for approximately 2 seconds until you her a beep.
This can be useful if, for example, you are interested in displaying the time of a different time zone. For this purpose Press the DSC key repeatedly and / until CLK MAN/CLK AUTO is displayed. To deactivate the time adjustment use << >> to select CLK MAN.
a) Automatically The time will be set automatically if an RDS station with CT (clock time) function can be received. b) Manually with DSC-CLOCKSET Press the DSC key; the display shows MENU. Press / until CLOCK SET is displayed. Press << >> to set the hours/minutes. The blinking area can be changed by using /. Press the DSC key to store the entered setting.
Adjusting time after power outage
If the unit is without power for an extended period of time, the display will show 0:00 when it is in operation again. The time will be reset automatically by RDS-CT. It can, however, also be set manually. Manual setting of the time is only necessary if there is no RDS station with CT function in the reception area.
Turning off adjustment for daylight savings time
The DSC menu option CLK MAN/CLK AUTO allows you to turn off the adjustment for daylight savings time. The minutes will continue to be adjusted automatically.
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The sound in a vehicle is determined to a greater extent by the acoustic characteristics of the interior than by the characteristics of the loudspeaker. Position, installation and the rear volume of, for example, the door or the rear shelf play a larger role. Even if the loudspeakers are carefully selected and installed resonances in the interior of the car can negatively impact the sound. This could lead to an elimination of the base level or to roaring or a dominating [?] middle level. The musical instrument or voices could be seriously distorted or the sound could appear completely muffled. The sound effect from a car radio could be significantly improved if certain frequency areas could be suppressed or amplified. This unit is equipped with one (Nevada RDM 168) or two (Alaska RDM 168) parametric filters. The first filter referred to as LOW EQ can be set to a range between 32 Hz and 500 Hz. The second filter referred to as HIGH EQ can be set to a range between 630 Hz and 10,000 Hz. In this case, parametric means that the frequency and the volume increase/decrease (+10 to -20db) can be adjusted separately for each filter.
The following instructions are only recommendations. You are free to implement your own sound preferences. When you adjust the filters we recommend that you use a CD with music you are familiar with. The CD titles should present various instruments and songs. Music that is purely electronic will not serve the purpose because the original sound will not be known. Set the bass, treble, balance and fader to 0 before you set the equalizers and, if necessary, turn off the loudness function. This setting is described under AUD in the quick reference. Now listen to the CD you are familiar with. Determine whether the sound effect meets your expectations. Then read the table under Sound effect/ problem and find a solution under Action. Adjust the bass and middle sound level with the LOW EQ filter. For the high and middle levels, choose HIGH EQ (only the Alaska RDM 168).
Change the frequency areas by pressing << >>.
Press the DSC key to store the new settings. You can activate the equalizer in the DSC menu under the option EQ ON and deactivate it under the option EQ OFF. Thus, you are able compare the sound with and without the equalizer.
Press << or >> once and set the level by pressing / according to the table below.
This parametric filter can be adjusted precisely without any measuring instruments. The individual steps necessary for the settings are described in the table.
You can set the HIGH EQ and LOW EQ filters in the DSC menu: Press the DSC key. Press / repeatedly until HIGH EQ or LOW EQ appears in the display.
Assistance in setting your equalizer
Start to make your settings in the mid-range/treble and end it with the bass range. Frequency range Bass 30 - 100 Hz Sound impression/problem Bass reproduction too weak What to do Boost the basses 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
Lower mid-range 100 - 400 Hz
Unclear bass Playback reverberates Unpleasant pressure on the ears
Reduce the lower mid-range with the LOW EQ filter Frequency: 125 to 400 Hz Level: approximately 4 dB
The tone may become too lean and aggressive. Pay attention to the underlying tone of the music.
Mid-range sound 400 - Hz
Sound appears to be in the foreground, very aggressive, no stereo effect
Reduce the mid-range with HIGH EQ filter Frequency: 1000 to 2500 Hz Level: -4 to 6 dB
Playback should not be too quiet. Tone too powerless
Treble - Hz
Lifeless reproduction Lack of transparency Instruments do not sparkle
Boost treble range with HIGH EQ filter Frequency: approximately 10 kHz Level: +2 to +4 dB
Avoid a piercing type of tone Strong hissing sound unpleasant
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Select the function by pressing /. Set or select the value by pressing << >>. Note: Whether the various settings explained below are available to you depends on the model of your car radio and its features. This means, for example, that you will not find the setting for CDC DISPLAY in the DSC menu of the Florida RD 168 radio which is not intended to be operated with a CD changer. Basically the rule applies that you are not able to select functions the radio is not equipped with. Consequently, the set-
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Turn off adjustment for daylight savings time. Refer to Clock/time.
This is where you turn the equalizer function on and off.
For setting the clock time manually. Refer to Clock/ time.
DISP ON/OFF Enables you to set permanent time display when unit is off. The time display is visible as long as the ignition is on.
Confirms functions for which the key needs to be pressed down longer than 1 second. The loudness of the beep can be set between 0 and 9 (0 = Off).
Appears only when CDs are played. This function allows you to name the CDs. Refer to Naming CDs.
The DSC (direct software control) function of the car radio offers you the opportunity to adjust some of the settings and functions according to your needs and to store these changes. The units are delivered with factory settings. An overview of the basic factory settings is provided below to enable you to return to these basic settings at any time. Should you wish to change a programmed setting Press the DSC key. Use the toggle switch to implement the choice and setting of the functions described below. The display will show the selected setting.
tings of these functions dont need to be adjusted (see also chapter Unit overview). AM ON/OFF It is possible to lock the AM area. AM ON - all areas AM OFF - FM If another signal source is to be connected through the CD changer, input AUX must be set to ON. Select the AUX function with the SRC key. The display indicates AUX.
Setting of 12 or 24 hour modes. Select display NAME, TIME. Refer to Select display mode. Display NAME, TIME, or CD NUMBER when using CD changer.
CD DISP. AUX IN
Automatic time adjustment with RTS/CT signal. Refer to Clock/time.
Equalizer setting used to select and adjust the level of the upper frequency area. Refer to Equalizer setting. Reduces interference during poor reception by cutting the high levels. Settings: NO HICUT or HICUT 1, 2, or 3 (3 = most drastic cut of high levels). Changes the sensitivity of the station search. LO indicates reception of close stations. DX indicates reception of distant stations. Select LO 3 if you wish to receive strong close stations and DX 1 if you wish to receive weak distant stations. Equalizer setting. To select and adjust the level of the low frequency area. Refer to Equalizer setting.
Loudness of the high and low tones at low volume levels adjusted to the human ear. LOUD 1 - slight level increase LOUD 6 - highest level increase
avoid to the extent possible interference from adjacent stations. STEREO/MO Used to manually select stereo/mono operation. The display briefly indicates the mode selected. Each time the radio is turned on, it is automatically set to STEREO. T. ON VOL Allows you to determine the setting of the initial volume level. If Vol. 0 is set, the level last set is used.
MUTE LEVEL Used to quickly reduce the volume level with the push of a button. The resulting level can be programmed. PEAK PEAK ON : Display of the sound signal volume range. PEAK OFF: Static display of the sound volume. This function sets the scan time (5-20 sec.) for radio and CD during scan operations. Used to activate the automatic setting of ZF bandwidths. Set to SHARX ON when reception area contains many stations to
Press the DSC key to store changed values and to leave the DSC menu.
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Overview of the basic DSC factory settings
AM ON/OFF AUX IN BEEP CLK MAN/AUTO CLK 12/24 CD DISP CDC DISP DISP ON/OFF EQ. ON/OFF HICUT HIGH EQ LO-DX LOW EQ LOUDNESS MUTE LEVEL Peak ON/OFF SCANTIME SHARX STEREO/MONO T. ON VOL ON OFF 4 AUTO 12 TIME TIME OFF OFF Hz / 0 dB SENS DX Hz / 0 dB ON 10 ON Stereo 0
17 watts per channel minimum continuous average output into 4 ohms. 4 channels driven from 30-15000 Hz with no more than 1% total harmonic distortion. 40 watts max. power.
Wavebands: FM : AM : Frequency response: 87.5 - 107.9 MHz 530 - 1710 kHz 35 - Hz 20 - Hz
FM frequency response:
30 - Hz
Frequency response: 20 - Hz
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This unit offers you the ability to conveniently control a Blaupunkt CDC-A08 or CDC-A071 changer (or CDC-A05 with a special adaptor), all sold separately
CD changer (optional, only for Alaska RDM168 and Nevada RDM168)
The following check will assist in the correction of most problems which you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the check list below, refer back to the connection and operating procedures.
Trouble No sound. Cause/Solution Adjust the volume with the volume knob. With a two-speaker system, set the fader control to the center position. Cause/Solution The broadcast is too weak. The broadcast is too weak Use manual tuning. Not enough broadcast frequencies are receivable.
Trouble Preset stations are not receivable. Automatic tuning is not possible. Travelstore feature does not complete storing of six stations.
Also make sure that antenna is connected, extended and dry inside.
CD Changer operation (optional)
Trouble CD does not start. The disc cannot be loaded or is automatically ejected. The sound skips due to vibration. Cause/Solution Dusty or defective disc. The ambient temperature is more then 50 C (120 F). The disc is inserted with the printed side downwards. The changer is installed at an angle of more than 20. The changer is not installed on the sturdy part of a car. Dusty or defective disc.
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