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Table of contents
Quick instructions. 23 Important notes.. 27
What you really have to read. 27 Traffic safety... 27 Installation/connection. 27 Optical indication of theft protection. 27 KeyCard.. 28 Replacing a KeyCard.. 28
Reception of traffic announcements with RDS-EON. 32
Traffic announcement priority on/off.. 32 Warning beep.. 32 Switching the warning beep off.. 32 Automatic seek tuning start. 33 Adjusting the traffic message volume. 33 RT Radio Text. 33
CD changer control (option). 38
Switching the CD mode on using SRC of the car radio.. 38 Selecting a CD/track using the rocker switch... 38 SCAN.. 38 MIX... 38 Entering/displaying CD names. 39 Deleting CD names. 39 Survey of DSC default settings. 40
Selecting the operating mode.. 28 Radio operation with RDS. 29
AF - Alternative Frequency. 29 REG - Regional.. 29 Selecting the waveband. 29 Automatic seek tuning.. 29 Manual seek tuning.. 30 Adjusting the seek tuning sensitivity.. 30 Stereo - mono switch (FM).. 30 Changing the memory bank (FM). 30 Storing stations.. 30 Storing the strongest stations automatically with Travelstore.. 30 Recalling stored stations.. 31 Preset scanning. 31 Scanning stations with Radio Scan. 31 Station naming.. 31
Tape operation.. 33
Inserting a tape.. 33 Removing a tape.. 33 Fast forward/rewind.. 34 Selecting titles with CPS.. 34 Autoreverse.. 34 Tape type detection.. 34 BC Dolby NR. 34 Scanning cassette titles. 34 Skipping unrecorded tape sections with BLS - Blank Skip.. 35 Listening to the radio during fast winding with RM ).. 35 Care of your audio equipment.. 35
Technical data.. 40
DSC programming. 35
3 FMT Press this button to switch between the memory banks I, II, and T (Travelstore). As soon as this button is pressed, the system will automatically switch to FM. Extra function: Store the six most powerful stations automatically with Travelstore: Press FMT until seek tuning starts in the display.
1 Switching on: Hold down the ON button (the KeyCard has to be inserted), the set plays with the pre-adjusted volume. Switching off: Press ON for approximately 1 second. If the set was turned on by pressing ON, the KeyCard can be used for switching the system on and off. Please read the information of chapter KeyCard. The set may also be turned off via the vehicles ignition (provided that it was connected correspondingly). After the ignition was switched off, a double beep tone reminds you that you should remove the KeyCard before leaving your vehicle.
2 To change the volume: Press VOL+/VOL-. Each time the set is switched on, it will play with the pre-adjusted volume (VOL FIX). You may also change the VOL FIX setting (see chapter DSC programming).
To operate the set when the ignition is switched off (KeyCard is inserted), proceed as follows: Press ON after the double beep tone. The set will be turned on. To avoid that the battery goes flat, the system will be turned off automatically after a playback time of one hour.
4 ML To change between medium wave (MW) and long wave (LW) frequencies. 5 -dB - for instantly changing the volume Press the -dB button to instantly mute the audio source. The display will then show MUTE. Return to normal volume by pressing either the -dB or the VOL+ button. When pressing VOL-, the normal playback volume is identical to the -dB (muted) volume. To program the mute volume, proceed as follows: Adjust the desired volume. Press -dB for approximately 2 seconds (beep tone is released). This volume will then be stored as the mute volume. Extra function: Press this button to store the values set in the DSC menu.
6 Rocker switch Radio operation
Station search up
To stop the function: Press the opposite button. / or << >> Changer operation
Selecting a track (upwards): Press briefly CUE - fast advance (audible): Press and hold down
up in short intervals (when AF is off)
network, e.g. from NDR1 to NDR4 (North German broadcaster). 7 Display
Radio mode Station name (NDR 2) Waveband Memory bank (FM I) Cassette mode
down in short intervals (when AF is off)
Select disc (downwards)
Select disc (upwards)
CD mode (option)
TR 2 (track 2) Dolby B/C
CPS Select title in forwards direction
Repeating a track: Press briefly Selecting a track (downwards): Briefly press twice or more REVIEW - fast reverse (audible): Press and hold down
Disc number, title number
CPS Select title in backwards direction
Extra functions: AUD see H GEO see I DSC - MODE see F Select function and program parameter. AF - MODE AF in the display Use the << >> buttons to scroll through the programs of a radio
8 KeyCard In order to operate the set, the KeyCard has to be inserted.
For this purpose, introduce the KeyCard (contact area showing up) into
9 AF button (alternative frequency) during RDS operation When AF lights up in the display, the system will automatically seek a frequency offering better reception of the same RDS program. AF on/off: Press the AF button briefly. When pressing the AF button for about 2 seconds, the display will show REGON or REG-OFF (see also chapter REG - Regional). : TA (priority for traffic announcements) If TA lights up in the display, the system will only play traffic stations. TA on/off: Press the TA button. ; PS (Preset Scan) For briefly playing the stations stored on the preset buttons. To start/stop the scan: Press PS briefly. The scan time can also be altered (see chapter DSC programming SCANTIME).
> RM (Radio Monitor) Press this button to listen to the radio while fast forwarding or fast rewinding the tape. During tape operation: To switch RM on/off: Press RM.
C MIX see chapter CD changer control.
B Tape side selector to switch over during tape Press operation. The display shows TR 1 (track) or TR 2.
The scan time can also be altered (see chapter DSC programming - SCANTIME).
A Cassette loading slot Insert tape (side A or 1 facing up, the open side showing to the right).
= SCA (scan) For briefly playing all receivable stations or the titles during tape or changer operation (option). To start/stop Scan: Press SCA briefly.
@ Eject button. Press
? BC Dolby NR This set allows you to play back tapes that have been recorded with Dolby-NR B, Dolby-NR C or without Dolby noise reduction. Press BC to adjust to the type of Dolby NR in which the tape was recorded or to disengage Dolby NR. When Dolby is active, the corresponding indicator B or C will light up.
the corresponding slot above the flashing KeyCard tongue. Read also the information given in the KeyCard chapter.
< 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 - preset buttons You can store 6 stations on each FM memory bank (I, II, and T) and another 6 stations on MW and LW each. To store a station: Press button during radio operation and hold down until the radio comes on again. To recall a station: Select the waveband. On FM, select the desired memory bank and press the corresponding preset button.
When this function is activated, the display shows RM. The radio is played during fast tape run.
D BLS (Blank Skip) Use this function to skip blank sections of the tape. As soon as an unrecorded portion of more than 15 seconds is detected during playback, the system will automatically forward the tape to the beginning of the next title. In this case, the display will show CPS-FF. To switch BLS on/off: Press the BLS button. When the function is active, BLS will light up in the display. E lo To change the seek tuning sensitivity. lo lit up in the display indicates normal seek tuning sensitivity (the system will pick up all powerful, nearby stations). lo off indicates high seek tuning sensitivity (the system will also pick up weaker stations). To change the seek tuning sensitivity: Press lo. F DSC (Direct Software Control) Use the DSC function to adapt a number of programmable basic settings to suit your listening preference. For more
information, read through chapter DSC programming. G LD (loudness) Use this function to boost the low frequencies for more bass, especially at low volume levels. To switch LD on/off: Press the button. For more information, see chapter DSC programming. H AUD To adjust the treble and bass frequencies using the rocker button.
I GEO To adjust the Balance (left/right) and Fader (front/rear) settings.
The last setting will be stored automatically. If the setting remains unchanged within 8 seconds, the display will switch back to be previous indication. J RT Radio text Use this function to display message texts transmitted by an RDS station. RT messages will only be displayed if the ignition is switched off. To switch RT on/off: Press RT.
The last setting will be automatically stored. If the setting remains unchanged within 8 seconds, the display will switch back to the previous indication.
As the driver of a motor vehicle, it is your responsibility to pay attention to the traffic situation at all times. Never use your car radio in a way that could distract you. Please keep in mind that you travel a distance of 14 m per second at a speed of only 50 km/h. Do not adjust your radio in difficult driving conditions that demand your full attention. Always make sure that you are still able to hear any warning signals coming from outside of the vehicle, such as police or fire engine sirens, so that you can react accordingly.
Optical indication of theft protection When the car is stationary, you can let the KeyCard tongue flash in order to indicate that the set is equipped with security coding. Use DSC to select one of two settings: LED ON or LED OFF. For more information, please read through chapter DSC programming - LED ON/OFF.
In order to ensure that the set functions properly it is necessary that the positive power supply line is connected to the ignition and the permanent +12 V connector of the car radio. If you would like to install your new car radio by yourself or add other audio components to
K SRC (source) To select between the connected audio sources, for example cassette, radio, or CD changer (option).
What you really have to read
Before you operate your new car radio, please read the following information carefully.
the existing ones, then please read carefully the enclosed instructions on installation and connection. Do not connect the loudspeaker outputs to ground! Use only the accessory and replacement parts approved by Blaupunkt.
The car radio can only be operated using either KeyCard 1 or 2. Their codes are stored in the unit. Turn on the set and introduce the KeyCard completely. The car radio is now ready for operation. When inserting a wrong KeyCard, the display will show ----. After approximately 10 seconds, CARD ERR will appear in the display. In this case do not make any further adjustments until you have the corresponding KeyCard available. Never try to pull out the KeyCard by force. First, slightly press the card in. This releases the KeyCard; the display shows LEARNING. Now you can pull out the card. Should the KeyCard be lost or damaged, then please contact one of our authorised service partners to get a new card. The service centres are marked ( ) in the car radio service centre list. In case of doubt, please contact the central service centre in your country for more information on the KeyCard service centre closest to you. Use either KeyCard (1 and 2) to individually store the following functions as desired: bass, treble, balance and fader settings, preset stations, loudness, TA (traffic announcement volume), SPEECH (tone control for
speech programs), BEEP volume, SCANTIME, VOLFIX. In addition to this, the settings activated before switching the radio off, such as the waveband, station, TA priority, loudness, AF, CPS, Dolby B/C, RM, REG ON/OFF or seek tuning sensitivity will also remain stored. When you insert your KeyCard, the basic settings you have programmed will automatically be activated. Replacing a KeyCard Any KeyCard can only be replaced by a new one with the same number (1 or 2). Should you wish to replace KeyCard 2, for example: Insert KeyCard 1 and switch the radio on. Slightly press the card and it will move into the removal position. LEARNING will then appear in the display.
Selecting the operating mode
With the SRC (source) button you can select between the following modes: radio, tape, CD changer (option), or operation of another audio component connected. To select one of the operating modes, it is of course necessary that the corresponding system is available, i.e. the add-on component must be adequately connected and the sound carrier (cassette, disc, changer magazine) inserted. To switch over to the next operating mode available, press the SRC button.
Remove KeyCard 1 and insert the new KeyCard 2 while the display is still showing LEARNING. Now you can operate the set with the new KeyCard 2. You can switch the radio on only after inserting either a KeyCard 1 or 2.
The Radio Data System offers you more convenience when listening to FM. More and more radio stations have begun to broadcast additional RDS information alongside their programs. As soon as a radio program has been identified, the station name including a regional identifier, if applicable, will appear in the display, for example NDR1 NDS (local radio program of Lower Saxony, Germany). With RDS, the preset buttons become program buttons. Now you know exactly which program you have tuned into and in future you can select this program directly. But RDS even offers you more advantages:
REG - Regional
Certain radio programs are split up at times into regional programs offering local information. If you are listening to one program and move to an area where another linked regional program becomes stronger, the unit will switch to that program. If you wish to continue listening to the first station: Press the AF button for about 2 sec. The display will show REG ON. If you leave the service area of the regional station tuned into, or if you would like to take advantage of the full RDS service, then switch to REG OFF. Press the AF button for about 2 sec. until REG OFF is displayed. The display will show REG ON or REG OFF every time the radio is switched on.
Automatic seek tuning
AF - Alternative Frequency
The AF function makes sure that the radio will always tune into the optimum frequency for the RDS station you are listening to. This function is activated if AF lights up in the display. In order to switch AF on/off: Press the AF button briefly. During seek tuning for the frequency offering the best reception of the selected program, the radio will be muted briefly. When SEARCH appears in the display after the radio has been switched on or one of the stored frequencies retrieved, then the radio
Press /. The radio will automatically tune into the following station. If you keep the upper or lower part of the rocker switch / depressed, seek tuning speeds up in upwards or downwards direction.
is automatically searching for an alternative frequency. SEARCH goes out as soon as the system has found an alternative frequency or after the frequency band has been run through completely. Should the reception quality of the selected program become too bad, tune into another program.
Selecting the waveband
This car radio can be used in any of the three following wavebands: FM 87.5 - 108 MHz MW 531 - 1602 kHz, and LW 153 - 279 kHz Select the desired waveband by pressing the FMT or ML button. To switch between MW and LW: press ML.
Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)
Manual seek tuning << >> Prerequisite: AF is switched off! Press << or >> to change the frequency in small steps in upwards/ downwards direction. If you hold down the right or left part of the rocker switch, then the car radio will move through the stations quickly.
The unit will automatically switch to mono playback under poor reception conditions.
Changing the memory bank (FM)
You can shift between the memory banks I, II, and T to store and to recall preset stations. The selected memory bank is indicated in the display. Press FMT until the desired memory bank lights up in the display (press repeatedly if necessary).
Note: Should you tune into a station which has already been stored, the corresponding preset button and the memory bank will start flashing in the display for a short while, if you have selected another memory bank.
Storing the strongest stations automatically with Travelstore
You can use the Travelstore memory bank to automatically store the six strongest FM stations sorted on the preset buttons according to their signal strength. This feature is especially useful when travelling, because it will always give you the most powerful stations at a finger tip as you pass through the various reception areas. Press FMT for approximately 2 sec. The radio will search for the six most powerful FM stations and store them on the T memory bank (Travelstore). When this process has been completed, the radio will tune in the strongest station. FM stations can also be stored manually on the Travelstore memory bank (see Storing stations).
Adjusting the seek tuning sensitivity
The set allows you to modify the seek tuning sensitivity. If lo is indicated, the radio will only pick up strong stations (low sensitivity). If lo is deactivated, the radio will also pick up less powerful stations (higher sensitivity). The degree of sensitivity can be separately adjusted for both levels (see chapter DSC programming).
Using the preset buttons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 you can store six stations on each FM memory bank (I, II, T). In the MW/LW range you can store six stations each. Select the waveband with the FMT or ML button. Select a station with the rocker switch (either automatically / or manually << >>).
Stereo - mono switch (FM)
If reception is poor, you may get better sound quality if you switch to mono: Press lo for approximately 2 seconds. The stereo symbol will disappear for mono playback. Each time the car radio is switched on, stereo playback is activated. 30
Press the desired preset button and hold it down. The radio will be muted and resumes play after approximately 2 seconds. Now the station has been stored. The activated preset button is indicated in the display.
Recalling stored stations
Scanning stations with Radio You can recall any stored station by pressing Scan
the corresponding preset button. Press FMT or ML to select the waveband. For FM, also choose the corresponding memory bank by pressing FMT until the desired bank is indicated in the display. Briefly press the corresponding preset button. Beginning with the station currently tuned in, you can scan the following stations. Choose the desired SCANTIME in the DSC menu. To activate the scan: Press SCA for about 2 seconds. Either the scanned frequency or the station name starts flashing in the display. During the actual scan process, SCAN is flashing. To continue listening to a scanned station/switch the scan off: Briefly press SCA. If no station is selected during the scan, the scan function will be automatically switched off after the entire frequency band has been passed through. The radio will revert to the station the scan began from. For more information, please also refer to chapter DSC programming - SCANTIME.
You can have all of the stations stored in one waveband scanned by using the Preset Scan function. Choose the desired SCANTIME in the DSC menu. Briefly press PS. All of the stations in that waveband will be scanned one after another. Depending on which memory bank has been activated for FM, all of the stations in either I, II or the Travelstore level will be scanned. If a preset is not in use, it is skipped. To stop the scan: Press the PS button once again. The radio will continue to play the currently scanned station.
press DSC, select item ST NAME with rocker switch / and
Using the ST NAME item of the DSC menu you can enter a name with a maximum of 8 digits for all stored frequencies of memory banks I and II. Most of the FM stations are RDS stations, the names of which will be shown in the display.
press -dB. The first position is flashing. Now select a character with rocker switch /. You have the choice between the capital letters (A-Z), special characters and the numbers (0-9). Use the rocker switch << >> to move to the next position and select a character. In this way, up to 8 characters can be entered.
To start your entry: Choose a station,
The displayed RDS name has priority over all entries specified by the user. If you have named an RDS station, this name will only be shown briefly and be replaced by the RDS name afterwards. For this reason we recommend that you only name non-RDS stations, which only show their frequency but not the name. All long-wave stations are provided with a station name at the factory.
Reception of traffic announcements with RDS-EON
(Enhanced Other Networks)
Once you have completed the name as desired, press -dB; now the entry has been stored. The display returns to ST NAME. To name the next station: Select it with one of the preset buttons (1-6); if required, change the memory bank and/or waveband. Then start to enter the next name. To finish the entry, press DSC. You will leave the DSC menu at the same time. Any name entered for a preset station will be deleted by re-assigning it (either with a name or frequency).
Many FM broadcasters provide their service area with traffic messages at regular intervals. All traffic program stations transmit a special telegram signal alongside their programs, which is recognised and decoded by the car radio. As soon as such a signal is received, the display shows TP (Traffic Program). Other radio stations do not actually air traffic announcements themselves, but by using RDS-EON they make it possible to receive the traffic announcements of another station within the same radio network. In this case, TP will light up in the display as soon as the priority for traffic announcements is activated. The display must then show TA. If a traffic announcement is broadcast, the radio will automatically switch to the linked traffic program for the duration of the message and return to the original program after the end of the message. If you leave the reception area of the traffic program station you are currently listening to, you will hear a warning beep after approximately 30 seconds. This warning beep will also be released when pressing a preset without a traffic program. Switching the warning beep off a) Tune to another traffic program station: Press the rocker switch, or press a preset button with a station offering traffic information. Alternative: b) Switch off the priority for traffic announcements: Press TA. In the display, the TA indication goes out. You can reduce the beep tone volume to the pre-selected mute volume. For this purpose, press -dB.
Traffic announcement priority on/off
If the priority for traffic announcements is activated, TA will appear in the display. To switch the function on/off: Press the TA button. 32
Automatic seek tuning start
Prerequisite: The priority for traffic announcements is activated. If you leave the reception area of your traffic program while listening to a tape or disc or when having turned down the volume completely, the car radio will automatically tune into another traffic program station. If no such traffic program station is found within approximately 30 seconds, tape or disc reproduction will be interrupted and the system will release a warning beep. To switch the beep off, proceed as described above.
The volume of the warning beep and of the current traffic message was pre-adjusted at the factory. If you would like to alter the setting, proceed as described under DSC programming - TA LEVEL.
Insert cassette with side A or 1 facing up, the open side facing to the right
RT Radio Text
Radio text is an RDS feature used by the broadcasters to transmit texts. The texts can be displayed in two subsequent lines with a maximum of 64 characters each, which are moved through the display
Select a station and press RT. It takes some time until the aired messages are fully available in the system. In the meantime, the radio will display the message WAIT. Afterwards, the text will be displayed. If the adjusted station does not provide radio text information, the message NO TEXT is displayed. To switch off radio text: Press the RT button once again.
Removing a tape
Press. The cassette will eject.
Adjusting the traffic message volume
To read radio text messages, proceed as follows: Park the vehicle in a suitable place and turn off the ignition. The radio will be switched off automatically. In order to re-activate the car radio, press the ON button for about 1 second.
Turn on the set. Insert the cassette. The cassette is automatically transported to the playback position. The system then starts to play back side A or 1. During tape operation, the display shows TR1 or TR2 (=track)
slowly. Depending on the individual broadcaster, these texts can be of a different nature, for example brief news, program information, commercial broadcasts, etc. For safety reasons, the radio text function can only be used if the ignition is switched off. When activating RT with the ignition being switched on, the message NO TEXT will appear in the display.
In order to play a tape, the car radio has to be switched on. The unit automatically switches to tape operation when a cassette is inserted.
Inserting a tape
Press >> to fast forward a tape (FF). Press << to fast rewind a tape. (FR)
The system allows you to skip up to 9 titles. For this purpose, press the rocker switch as many times as required. The display will show you the number of titles to be skipped. Correct your entry by pressing the opposite button. to stop the tape immediately. Press For CPS operation it is necessary that there is a blank section of at least 3 seconds between the titles.
Tape type detection
Correct equalization is automatically selected according to the tape used.
BC Dolby NR*
Use this button to play tapes recorded with Dolby noise reduction. Dolby NR-C is a further development of Dolby NR-B and reduces the unwanted tape noise even more. Press BC to adjust to the type of Dolby NR in which the tape was recorded or to disengage Dolby NR. When Dolby is active, the corresponding indicator B or C will light up.
* Noise reduction system manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
To stop the function: Press the opposite button. << >> or /.
To switch sides while playing a cassette,. press At the end of a side the unit will automatically switch over. The display shows TR1 for side 1 or TR2 for side 2. Note: If there is too much tension on the tape during playback, the set may switch over by itself. In this case check the condition of the tape. Sometimes it helps to rewind the cassette tape completely.
Scanning cassette titles
You can have the cassette titles played briefly by using the scan func tion. If you like a title, stop the scan to continue listening to that track. To start/stop the scan: Press SCA briefly. Choose the desired SCANTIME in the DSC menu.
Selecting titles with CPS (Cassette Program Search)
Use this function to repeat or skip cassette (forwards) or (backtitles with buttons wards).
Skipping unrecorded tape sections with BLS - Blank Skip
As soon as the system detects a blank tape section of more than 15 seconds, the cassette will automatically be fast forwarded to the beginning of the next track. The display will then show CPS-FF. To switch BLS on/off: Press BLS. If the function is active, BLS appears in the display.
Care of your audio equipment
We recommend that you use only C-60/C-90 cassette tapes in your car radio. Store your cassettes in a cool place away from dirt, dust and temperatures exceeding 50 C. During cold weather, allow very cold cassettes to warm up before playing them in order to avoid uneven tape transport. Operating problems and sound distortions may occur after approximately 100 hours of playing time and are caused by dust particles which adhere to the rubber roller and the audio head. Use a cleaner cassette to remove normal dirt build-up. For tougher cases, use a cotton swab (Q-tip) soaked with alcohol. Do not attempt to clean the mechanism by inserting a hard object into the player!
Listening to the radio during fast winding with RM (Radio Monitor)
When the tape is fast forwarded or rewound (also with CPS, SCAN, BLS), the radio is normally muted. To listen to the radio during fast winding: Press RM. RM lights up in the display.
Using DSC (Direct Software Control), you can adjust certain settings and functions for this car radio to your own liking and then store them. The basic settings for this audio equipment have been made at the factory. Please refer to the following overview for these settings so that you can always reset to these if desired. If you wish to alter any of the programming, press button DSC. Use the rocker switch and the -dB button to make your selection from the following functions and to carry out the desired adjustments. The current setting for that function will appear in the display.
CDC NAME (only if changer is connected) Use this function to name your discs (see also CD changer control, Entering/ displaying CD names) ANGLE Use one of the values -1, 0, or +1 to adapt the individual viewing angle. Adjust the ANGLE so as to provide the best view. This sound will confirm functions which are completed by pressing a button for longer than 2 seconds. Adjust volume between 0 and 9 (0 = OFF). You can adjust the display brightness from values between 1 and 16. You can also select one day and one night adjustment. Selecting the night brightness: Switch on the vehicles lighting system and program the
brightness value. The audio equipment must be connected with the vehicle lighting for this to function properly. COLOUR G. R green red (only if changer is connected) During CD operation, use <<>> to select between the following displays: NAME the CD name specified with CDC NAME TIME the playback time NUMBER the CD or track number LED ON You can select between LED ON and LED OFF. When setting LED ON, the KeyCard tongue will flash for additional optical theft protection when the set has been switched off and the KeyCard removed.
LOUDNESS When listening at a low level, the loudness function will create a more natural sound by emphasizing the low frequency range. LOUD 1 - low boost LOUD 6 - strong boost SCANTIME Use this function to specify the scan time for the radio or cassette mode from between 5 and 30 seconds. Use this function to adjust the seek tuning sensitivity for distant reception. DX. 1 - high sensitivity DX. 3 - low sensitivity Use this function to adjust the seek tuning sensitivity for local reception. LO 1 - high sensitivity LO 3 - low sensitivity The seek tuning sensitivity values can be separately adjusted for AM and FM.
In future many RDS broadcasters will differentiate between music and speech programs. Use the SPEECH function to separately adjust the sound settings for speech programs. With this function you can name any preset radio station with a character sequence of up to 8 digits (see Station naming). Use this function to adjust the volume for the traffic announcements and the warning beep from between 1 and 9. The announcement will then be broadcast at this volume. (only if changer is connected) Use this function to delete named discs in order to get new memory capacities for new CD names (see also CD changer control, Deleting CD names)
To quit the DSC mode and store the setting: Press DSC.
Use this function to adjust the initial volume when the set is switched on. Use <<>> to adjust the desired initial volume.
CD changer control (option)
This car radio allows it to remote control one of the following Blaupunkt CD changers: CDC-A03, -F03, -A05.
Selecting a CD/track using the rocker switch
To stop the scan: Press SCA briefly. The radio will continue to play the title scanned last.
Switching the CD mode on using SRC of the car radio
Be sure that a CD magazine is inserted in the changer. Use the SRC button to change the audio source (radio - changer - cassette). Press SRC until the changer functions appear in the display. First, CD ON is displayed briefly, then for example CD1 -T1 CD = disc, T = track
CD no. Track no.
Use this function for playing the CD tracks at random. MIX CD The tracks of the selected CD are played at random. The following CDs are selected in numeric order. Their tracks will also be played at random. MIX MAG All tracks of the CD magazine are played at random. MIX OFF MIX is switched off. The tracks are played in numeric order. To change the MIX mode: Press MIX until the desired mode is briefly shown in the display. If MIX is on, MIX will appear in the lower right corner of the display.
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