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Radio / CD
Las Vegas CD32 San Diego CD32 Santa Fe CD32
Operating and installation instructions
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PORTUGUS ESPAOL FRANAIS ENGLISH
button to release the control panel. Button to switch the unit on/off. Volume control. CD compartment. Arrow buttons. MENU button to open the basic settings menu. Short press: SOURCE button, to select the CD, radio and CD changer sources. Long press: CD eject. AUDIO button to adjust the bass, treble, balance and fader settings. Short press: EQ button to select the sound presets. Long press: X-BASS, X-Bass function. Keys 1 - 6. Short press: BAND button to select the FM memory bank and the AM waveband, source selection to radio mode. Long press: TS, starts the Travelstore function. button to display the time.
Road safety.. 6 Installation.. 6 Accessories. 6 Switching to CD changer mode.. 13 Selecting CDs. 13 Selecting tracks.. 13 Fast searching (audible). 14 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT).. 14 Random track play (MIX).. 14 Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)... 14 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 15
ENGLISH PORTUGUS ESPAOL FRANAIS
Notes and accessories. 6
CD changer mode. 13
Removable control panel. 7
Theft protection. 7 Detaching the control panel. 7 Attaching the control panel. 7
Switching on/off.. 8 Adjusting the volume.. 9
Setting the power-on volume. 9 Instantaneously reducing the volume (mute).. 9 Mute while telephoning.. 9
Clock - Time.. 15
Displaying the time. 15 Setting the clock.. 15 Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode. 15 Displaying the time when the unit is off and the ignition is on. 16
Radio mode.. 10
Switching to radio mode. 10 Selecting the frequency band / memory bank.. 10 Tuning into a station.. 10 Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning. 10 Storing station presets. 10 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 11 Listening to station presets. 11
Sound and volume distribution settings.. 16
Adjusting the bass.. 16 Adjusting the treble.. 16 Adjusting the balance settings. 17 Adjusting the fader settings. 17
Equalizer and X-BASS. 18
X-BASS.. 18 Selecting preset sound effect. 18
CD mode.. 11
Switching to CD mode. 11 Selecting tracks.. 12 Fast track selection.. 12 Fast searching (audible). 12 Random track play (MIX).. 12 Scanning tracks (SCAN).. 12 Repeating tracks (Repeat). 12 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 13 Removing the CD from the unit. 13
Amplifier.. 18 Tuner.. 18 CD.. 18 Pre-Amp Out.. 18
Installation instructions.. 65
NOTES AND ACCESSORIES
Thank you for deciding to use a Blaupunkt product. We hope you enjoy using this new piece of equipment. Please read these operating instructions before using the equipment for the first time. 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 equipment, 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.
If you want to install your car radio by yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions that follow these operating instructions.
Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt. Remote control The supplied RC 04 remote control allows you to operate the main functions of your car radio safely and conveniently (only with the Las Vegas CD32). The RC 04 remote control is optionally available for the Santa Fe CD32 unit. The San Diego CD32 unit cannot be remotely controlled. Amplifier All Blaupunkt and Velocity amplifiers can be used. CD changer The Blaupunkt CD changer CDC A 01 (022) can be connected to the Las Vegas CD32 unit. No CD changer can be connected to either the San Diego CD32 or the Santa Fe CD32 units.
Road safety has absolute priority. Only operate your radio unit if the road and traffic conditions allow you to do so. Familiarize yourself with the unit before setting off on your journey. You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens from far. For this reason, set the volume of the program you are listening to at a reasonable level.
REMOVABLE CONTROL PANEL
As a way of protecting your equipment against theft, the unit is equipped with a detachable control panel (release panel). Without this control panel, the car radio is worthless to a thief. Protect your equipment 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 easily to use. Note: Never drop the control panel. Never expose the control panel to direct sunlight or other heat sources. Avoid making direct skin contact with the control panels contacts. If necessary, clean the contacts with a lint-free cloth and some alcohol.
Removable control panel
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 current settings of the radio are saved. CD already inserted in the unit remains there.
Attaching the control panel Slide the control panel from left to
right into the units guide.
Press the left-hand edge of the
control panel into the unit until it clicks into place.
Detaching the control panel
Note: When attaching the control panel, make sure you do not press on the display. If the unit was still switched on when you removed the control panel, the unit will automatically switch back on with the last settings activated i.e. radio, CD or CD changer (CD changer only with the Las Vegas CD32) when the panel is reinserted.
There are various ways of switching the unit on/off: Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition If the unit is correctly connected to the vehicles ignition and it was not switched off using button 2, it will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition. Switching on/off using the removable control panel Switching on by inserting a CD If the unit is switched off and there is no CD inserted in the drive,
gently insert the CD with the
printed side uppermost into the drive until you feel some resistance. The CD is drawn into the drive automatically. You must not obstruct or assist the drive as it draws in the CD. Once the CD has been drawn in, the unit switches on again.
Remove the control panel.
The unit switches off.
Attach the control panel again.
The unit switches on. The last settings i.e. radio, CD or CD changer (CD changer only with the Las Vegas CD32) will be reactivated. Switching on/off using button 2
To switch the unit on, press button
2. The unit can only be switched on when the ignition is turned on.
To switch the unit off, press button
2 for longer than two seconds. The unit switches off.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
The system volume can be adjusted in steps from 0 (off) to 100 (maximum). To increase the system volume, turn the volume control 3 clockwise. To decrease the volume, turn the volume control 3 anticlockwise.
Adjusting the volume
Setting the mute level You can set the units mute volume level.
Press the MENU button 5. Keep pressing the or button
5 until MUTE LVL appears in the display. and buttons 5. When you have finished making your changes,
Set the mute level using the
Setting the power-on volume
You can set the units default power-on volume.
press the MENU button 5 twice. Mute while telephoning
If your unit is connected to a mobile telephone, the car radios volume will be muted as soon as you pick up the telephone. TEL CALL flashes in the display. This requires to the mobile telephone be connected to the car radio as described in the installation instructions. The volume will be reduced to the configured mute volume level.
5 until ON VOL appears in the display.
Set the power-on volume using the
and buttons 5. To help you adjusting the volume more easily, the volume will be increased / decreased as you make your changes. When you have finished making your changes,
press the MENU button 5 twice. Instantaneously reducing the volume (mute)
You can instantaneously reduce the volume (mute) to a level preset by you.
Briefly press button 2.
MUTE appears in the display.
Switching to radio mode
If you are in CD or CD changer mode (CD changer only with the Las Vegas CD32),
Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning
You can choose whether to tune only to strong reception stations or to also tune to those with a weak reception.
keep pressing the SOURCE 6
button until the radio mode appears in the display together with the memory bank and frequency.
5 until SENS HI or SENS LO appears in the display SENS HI means that the tuner is set high to sensitivity. SENS LO means it is set to the low sensitivity setting. If SENS LO is selected, LOC lights up in the display.
Selecting the frequency band / memory bank
This unit can receive programs broadcast over the FM and AM frequency band. There are three preset memory bank for the FM range and one for the AM range. Six stations can be stored on each memory bank. Selecting the FM memory bank To switch between the FM memory bank FM1, FM2 and FMT, press the BAND/TS button :. Selecting the AM waveband To select the AM waveband, keep pressing the BAND/TS button : until AM appears in the display.
Set the required sensitivity using
the and buttons 5. When you have finished making your changes, press the MENU button 5. Tuning into stations manually You can also tune into stations manually.
Storing station presets
Storing stations manually
Tuning into a station
There are various ways of tuning to a station. Automatic seek tuning
Select the required memory bank
(FM1, FM2 or FMT) or the AM waveband.
Tune into the station. Press one of the station buttons
1-for longer than one second to store the station in that preset memory.
The unit tunes to the next receivable station.
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can automatically store the six stations with the strongest reception in the region. The stations are stored in the FMT or AM memory depending on the selected frequency band. Note: Any stations that were previously stored on this memory bank are deleted in the process.
You can use this unit to play standard CDs with a diameter of 5 inches. Risk of severe damage to the CD drive! CD singles with a diameter of 3 inches and contoured CDs (shape CDs) are not suitable for playback in this unit. We accept no liability for any damage to the CD drive that may occur as a result of the use of unsuitable CDs.
Press and hold the BAND/TS
button : until seek tuning begins. The station storing procedure begins. Once the procedure finishes, all the stored stations are played briefly.
Switching to CD mode
If there is no CD inserted in the drive.
Listening to station presets Select the memory bank on which
the station was stored.
Gently insert the CD with the
printed side uppermost into the CD compartment until you feel some resistance. The CD is drawn into the drive automatically. Do not use force when inserting the CD. You must not obstruct or assist the drive as it draws in the CD. CD playback begins. If a CD is already inserted in the drive.
Press the preset station button 1-6
9 of the station you want to listen to.
Keep pressing the SOURCE 6
button until the CD mode display appears. Playback begins from the point at which it was last interrupted.
Selecting tracks Press one of the /
or / buttons 5 to select the next or previous track. If you press the / button 5 once, the current track will be played again from the beginning. Setting the scantime You can set the scanning time to between 5 and 30 seconds in the menu. Press the MENU button 5.
Keep pressing the
or button 5 until SCANTIME appears in the display.
Fast track selection
To quickly select tracks backwards or forwards, keep one of the / buttons 5 pressed until fast-reverse / fastforward track selection begins.
Set the required scantime using
the and buttons 5. When you have finished making your changes, press the MENU button 5 twice. Note: The set scantime also applies to scanning in CD changer mode. Stopping SCAN and continuing playback To stop scanning,
Fast searching (audible)
To fast search backwards or forwards, keep one of the buttons 5 pressed until fast searching backwards / forwards begins.
Random track play (MIX) Press button 4 (MIX) 9.
S--MIX and the track number appears in the display. The next randomly selected track will then be played. Canceling MIX
press button 2 (SCAN) 9 again.
The current track will then continue to be played.
Repeating tracks (REPEAT)
If you want to repeat a track,
Press button 4 (MIX) 9 again.
The standard CD display appears.
press button 3 (RPT) 9.
S--RPT and the track number appears in the display. The track is repeated until you deactivate RPT. Deactivating REPEAT If you want to deactivate the repeat function, press button 3 (RPT) 9 again. The standard CD display appears. Normal playback is then resumed.
Scanning tracks (SCAN)
You can play briefly all the tracks on the CD.
Press button 2 (SCAN) 9.
Pausing playback (PAUSE) Press button 1 9.
S--PAUSE appears in the display. Canceling pause 9 while in pause mode. Playback is resumed.
CD CHANGER MODE
You can connect a CD changer to the Las Vegas CD32 unit. You can obtain further information on available CD changers from your dealer. Note: 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
Press button 2
Removing the CD from the unit
To remove the CD from the unit, keep the SOURCE button 6 pressed until the CD is ejected.
Switching to CD changer mode Keep pressing the SOURCE 6
button until the display shows, for instance, CDC 1--1. The first digit in this display represents the CD number (in this case 1), and the second digit represents the track number (in this case 1). Playback begins with the first CD that the CD changer detects.
To move up or down to another CD,
or several times.
button 5 once or
To move up or down to another track on the current CD,
To fast search backwards or forwards,
Random track play (MIX)
To play the tracks on the current CD in random order, briefly press button 4 (MIX) 9. S--MIX appears briefly in the display. To play the tracks on all inserted CDs in random order, keep the 4 (MIX) button 9 pressed for longer than two seconds. D--MIX appears briefly in the display. Canceling MIX To stop the tracks from being played in random order, press button 4 (MIX) 9 until S--MIX or D--MIX disappears and the standard CD changer display reappears.
keep one of the
buttons 5 pressed until fast searching backwards / forwards begins.
Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT)
To repeat the current track, briefly press button 3 (RPT) 9. S--RPT appears briefly in the display. To repeat the current CD, keep the 3 (RPT) button 9 pressed for longer than two seconds. D--RPT appears briefly in the display. Deactivating REPEAT To stop the current track or current CD from being repeated, press button 3 (RPT) 9 until S--RPT or D--RPT disappears and the standard CD changer display reappears.
Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)
Scanning tracks on the current CD To briefly play all the tracks on the current CD in ascending order, press button 2 (SCAN) 9. S--SCN appears in the display. Scanning the first track on all CDs You can briefly play the first track all CDs in the CD changer.
keep the 2 (SCAN) button 9
pressed for longer than two seconds. D--SCAN appears in the display.
Stopping SCAN To stop scanning, briefly press the 2 (SCAN) button 9 again. The currently scanned track will then continue to be played normally. Note: You can set the scanning time (scantime). For further details, read the section entitled Setting the scantime in the CD mode chapter.
CLOCK - TIME
Displaying the time
To display the time, briefly press the button ;.
CLOCK - Time
Setting the clock Press the MENU button 5. Keep pressing the or button
5 until CLOCKSET appears in the display.
S--PAUSE appears in the display. Canceling pause
Adjust the minutes using the
buttons 5. Once the minutes are set,
Press button 2 ( ) 9 while in
pause mode. Playback is resumed.
The hours flash on and off.
Adjust the hours using the /
buttons 5. When you have finished making your changes, press the MENU button 5 twice.
Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode Press the MENU button 5. Keep pressing the or button
5 until 24 H MODE or 12 H MODE appears in the display.
or button 5 to switch between the modes.
Pausing playback (PAUSE) Press button 1 ( ) 9.
The time appears in the display. The minutes flash on and off and can be adjusted.
When you have finished making your changes, press the MENU button 5.
SOUND AND VOLUME DISTRIBUTION SETTINGS
Sound and volume distribution settings
Adjusting the bass
To adjust the BASS,
Displaying the time when the unit is off and the ignition is on
To display the clock when the unit is off and the ignition is on,
press the AUDIO button 7.
BAS appears in the display. To increase the bass, turn the volume control 3 clockwise. To decrease the bass, turn the volume control 3 anticlockwise. When you have finished making your changes, wait 8 seconds, the settings are saved and the audio source display appears.
press the MENU button 5. Keep pressing the or button
5 until CLOCK OFF or CLOCK ON appears in the display. or button 5 to switch between the displays. When you have finished making your changes, press the MENU button 5.
Adjusting the treble
To adjust the TREBLE, keep pressing the AUDIO 7 button until TRE appears in the display. To increase the treble, turn the volume control 3 clockwise. To decrease the treble, turn the volume control 3 anticlockwise. When you have finished making your changes, wait 8 seconds, the settings are saved and the audio source display appears.
Adjusting the balance settings
To adjust the left/right volume distribution (balance),
Adjusting the fader settings
To adjust the front/back volume distribution (fader),
button until BAL appears in the display. To move the volume distribution toward the right, turn the volume control 3 clockwise. To move the volume distribution toward the left, turn the volume control 3 anticlockwise. When you have finished making your changes, wait 8 seconds, the settings are saved and the audio source display appears.
button until FAD appears in the display. To move the volume distribution toward the back, turn the volume control 3 clockwise. To move the volume distribution toward the front, turn the volume control 3 tanticlockwise. When you have finished making your changes, wait 8 seconds, the settings are saved and the audio source display appears.
keep pressing the AUDIO 7
EQUALIZER AND X-BASS
Equalizer and X-BASS
The X-BASS feature can be used to boost the bass at low volume levels. To activate X-BASS, keep the EQ/X-BASS button 8 pressed until XBASS ON appears in the display. X-BASS appears in the display. To deactivate X-BASS, keep the EQ/X-BASS button 8 pressed until XBASS OFF appears in the display. X-BASS disappears.
Output power: Las Vegas CD32: 4 x 22 watts sine in accordance with DIN at 14.4 V 4 x 50 watts max. power 4 x 15 watts sine in accordance with DIN at 14.4 V 4 x 40 watts max. power 4 x 18 watts sine in accordance with DIN at 14.4 V 4 x 45 watts max. power
San Diego CD32:
Santa Fe CD32:
Selecting preset sound effect
You can select preset sound effect for the following styles of music: CLASSIC POP M ROCK M The settings for these music styles have already been programmed. To select one of the sound presets, keep pressing the EQ/X-BASS button 8 until the required setting appears in the display. If you want to deactivate the sound preset, keep pressing the EQ/X-BASS button 8 until DSP OFF appears in the display.
Frequency ranges US: FM: 87.5 - 107.9 MHz AM: 530 - 1710 kHz FM mono sensitivity: 15 dBf FM frequency response: 35 - 16,000 Hz
Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
(not applicable to San Diego CD32) Output: 1.5 Vrms 2.5 dB
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