"Technical Specification - WMA Playback: No - Satellite Radio Ready: No - RMS Power Output: 18 Watts - Preamp Voltage: 2 volts - Subwoofer Preamp Outputs: No - MP3 playback: Yes - Maximum Power: 40 Watts - HD Radio: No - DIN: 1 - Changer Control: Yes - CD Text: Yes - Bluetooth: No - Aux input: Yes - Built-in EQ: Yes - CD-R/CD-RW Compatible: Yes - Remote Control: Yes - Detachable Face: Yes Features - CD player with built-in amplifier (18 watts RMS/40 peak x 4 channels) - Plays CDs - CD-Rs - ... Read more
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|My cars aerial is only 6" so have had terrible trouble finding a radio that actually worked. I have one of those, it read cd, mp3, and mmc and have great sound, and easy to tune equaliser that car audio have a speeker that equalize it self!!!|
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Compact Drive MP3
Road safety.. 12 Verification. 12 Installation.. 13 Accessories.. 13 Handling the Microdrive. 13
DEUTSCH DANSK PORTUGUS ESPAOL SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH
Display when changing directory. 16 Display when changing tracks within a directory.. 17 Temperature monitoring.. 17
MP3 mode.. 17
Switching to MP3 mode. 17 Selecting directories.. 17 Selecting tracks.. 17 Fast searching. 18 Repeating individual tracks or whole directories (REPEAT). 18 Random track play (MIX).. 18 Scanning all tracks in all directories (SCAN). 18 Pausing playback (PAUSE). 19 TPM... 19
Installation steps.. 14
Write-/ read device. 14
IBM Microdrive. 15
Microdrive (hard disk). 15 Storing MP3 files in a directory on your hard disk. 15 Converting audio files into MP3 files.. 15
Compatibility with Blaupunkt car radios.. 15 Update DX-R70 / RNS149/150.. 15 Display.. 16 Changing the display. 16
Update over the Internet. 19
Installation instructions.. 83
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. We provide a manufacturer guarantee for our products bought within the European Union. You can view the guarantee conditions at www.blaupunkt.de or ask for them directly at: Blaupunkt GmbH Hotline CM/PSS 6 Robert Bosch Str. 200 D-31139 Hildesheim Germany The COMPACT DRIVE MP3 is an MP3 player that plays MP3 music files stored on the Microdrive (hard disk). CF cards (storage media) are not recognized by the COMPACT DRIVE MP3. MP3 is a process developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for compressing CD audio data. Compression allows data to be reduced to around 15% of their original size without a noticeable loss in quality (at a bit rate of 192 Kbit/ s). If a lower bit rate is used to convert CD audio data to MP3, you can create smaller files but there will be a loss of quality. You can store MP3 files on the Microdrive (hard disk) using the supplied SCM (write-/ read device). For further details, please read the chapter entitled Write-/ read device. You can connect the COMPACT DRIVE MP3 Player to many Blaupunkt car radios. For further details, please read the chapter entitled Compatibility with Blaupunkt car radios.
Microdrive are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States other countries or both. Microdrive is used under license by Blaupunkt.
Road safety has absolute priority. Only operate your COMPACT DRIVE MP3 Player 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. 12
If you want to install your COMPACT DRIVE MP3 Player yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions that follow these operating instructions. Never press down on the outside cover of the Microdrive. Always switch off the car radio before removing the Microdrive. Always take care when removing it. The Microdrive may be warm after use.
We recommend you use accessories that have been approved by Blaupunkt.
Handling the Microdrive
Please observe the following details to ensure trouble-free operation and to make optimal use of all the Microdrive features. q Regularly create a backup of your data. Blaupunkt does not accept responsibility for any loss of data. q Always carry and keep your Microdrive in the supplied protective transportation cover. q Never drop the Microdrive. q Ensure that the Microdrive does not become wet. q Never expose the Microdrive to strong magnetic fields. q Never expose the Microdrive to extreme temperatures. q Never attach any additional stickers. q Do not remove the sticker that is already attached. q Do not write anything on the sticker that is already attached.
Before starting the installation process, please back up your personal data and close any programs running on your PC. Blaupunkt does not accept liability for any deleted data. Notes: The following driver installation is only required for Windows 98 USB. In the case of WIN ME / WIN 2000 and WIN XP, all you need do is connect the read/write device to the USB port of your PC. After a few seconds, the Windows hardware recognition feature will make the read/write device accessible as an additional drive in Explorer and My Computer.
This Step 1 will be completed when
you close the WinZip Self-Extractor.
During Step 2 you will install the
driver on your PC. After Step 2 is complete, the Write-/ read device will appear as a Compact Flash Drive in Explorer or in Desktop.
Write-/ read device
Installation for Windows 98 USB
Connect the write-/ read device to
your computer using the USB connection.
The Windows Installation Manager starts automatically.
Please close it again. Insert the CD-ROM into the CDROM drive. If the CD-ROM does not start automatically, open Windows Desktop icon and then open the CD-ROM drive. Run the Start.html file by double clicking on it.
Select your language and then the
Write-/ read device, and start unpacking the drivers by clicking on Driver installation. 14
Microdrive (hard disk)
The hard disk can be inserted into and removed from the write-/ read device whilst the computer is switched on.
Compatibility with Blaupunkt car radios
Our engineers have made it possible to connect the COMPACT DRIVE MP3 Player to the following car radios: q Skyline 2 and future Skyline devices Dallas MD 70, Denver CD 70, Frankfurt C 70, Hamburg CD 70, London CD 70, Madrid C 70, New Orleans CD 70, Orlando MD 70, San Francisco CD 70 q Funline 3 devices (only with CDNaming) and future Funline devices Acapulco CD 51, Casablanca CD 51, Heidelberg CD 51, Palm Beach C 51, Verona C 51 q Navigation devices
Carefully hold and pull the hard
disk between your thumb and index finger out of the protective transportation cover.
Insert the hard drive (with its contact edge foremost) into the write-/ read device. Click it into place with a light press. The hard disk is visible, and data can now be written onto it.
Storing MP3 files in a directory on your hard disk
You can create up to 99 directories. Each of these directories can contain up to 99 music tracks. The maximum number of characters for directory names and track names is 90. Note: MP3 files that are stored in subdirectories and not in directories are not recognized by Compact Drive MP3.
Update DX-R70 / RNS149/150
For the navigation devices DX-R70, RNS 149 and RNS 150, you will need to carry out the following update: Note: The read/write device is installed and the Microdrive is visible as an additional drive (removable disk) in Explorer. Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. If the CD-ROM does not start automatically, open the Windows My Computer icon and then open the CDROM drive. Run the Start.html file by double clicking on it. 15
Converting audio files into MP3 files Run the MP3 Software on the
CD-ROM and follow the programs instructions. Tip: You can also use any other standard conversion program.
Now select the language and then
select Updates. The following characters are either incorrectly displayed or not displayed at all. q Funline 3 series: ;:!%&=?#@ q Skyline 2 series: $~^
Please follow the displayed
steps. After copying has completed (approx. 15 seconds), you can remove the Microdrive from the read/write device. Now all you need do is carry out the following three steps on the DX-R70: 1. The DX-R70 and Compact Drive MP 3 must be switched off! 2. Insert the Microdrive. Switch on the DX-R70 and wait for the device to start playing. 3. Switch off the DX-R70. When you switch on the device again, it will be ready to operate. You can now change MP3 directories using the display buttons on the right that are located next to the new up / down display text. The up/down rocker switch is used to change tracks. Note: You should delete the Dxr70.fkp or RNS 149/150.fkp file from the Microdrive. If you delete these files, you will be able to restore the Compact Drive MP3 to its original delivery condition by carrying out the update again using the CLEAR.FKP file. Note: Some devices cannot display the whole character set.
In order to display directory names and tracks (scrolling) in the display, you have to switch to the Track number and CD name display mode.
Changing the display To switch between the track number
and playing time display / track number and clock display / track number and CD number display / track number and CD name display, press the / DIS button 7 once or several times for longer than two seconds until the required display appears. If no information (track name) is contained in the ID3 tag, the file name appears in the display instead.
Display when changing directory
When a directory is selected, the first 7 characters of the directory name appear in the display. After approx. 1 second, the remaining characters scroll once across the display. Afterwards, the name of a track appears in the same fashion in the display. The artists name then scrolls across once.
Finally, the first 7 characters of the track name appear and remain visible in the display until the next manual or automatic change.
Switching to MP3 mode
N ote: The Microdrive must only be inserted or removed from the Compact Drive MP3 when the car radio is switched off. Info: The control functions for MP3 mode correspond to those described in your car radios operating instructions for CDC mode. The following description of functions is taken from the Acapulco CD 51 car radio in the FunLine series. Other car radios are similar.
Display when changing tracks within a directory
When a track is selected, the first 7 characters of the track name appear in the display. After approx. 1 second, the remaining characters scroll once across the display. The artists name then scrolls across once. Afterwards, the first 7 characters of the track name appear and remain visible in the display until the next manual or automatic change.
Your device is fitted with a protection system to deal with extreme temperatures in the vehicle. The device will either switch off or will not switch on if extreme temperatures are detected. Display if the temperature is too low: ERROR TEMPERATURE TOO LOW Display if the temperature is too high: ERROR TEMPERATURE TOO HIGH.
Keep pressing the CDC button @
until CHANGER appears in the display. Playback begins with the directory containing MP3 files that was listened to last.
Selecting directories To move up/down from one CD to
another, press the or button : once or several times.
Selecting tracks To move up/down from one track to
another in the current directory, press the or button : once or several times.
To fast search backwards or forwards,
To play the tracks in all the directories in random order, press button 5 MIX > again. MIX ALL appears briefly and MIX lights up in the display. Cancelling MIX
keep one of the
buttons : pressed until fast searching backwards / forwards begins.
Repeating individual tracks or whole directories (REPEAT) If you wish to repeat the current
track, briefly press button 4 RPT >. REPEAT TRCK appears briefly and RPT lights up in the display.
Press button 5 MIX > until MIX
OFF appears briefly in the display and MIX disappears.
Scanning all tracks in all directories (SCAN) To briefly play all the tracks in all directories in ascending order, press the OK button ; for longer than two seconds. SCAN appears in the display. CD 1 remains in the display during the scanning process. Cancelling SCAN
If you wish to repeat the current directory, press button 4 RPT > again. REPEAT DISC appears briefly and RPT lights up in the display. Cancelling REPEAT
If you want to stop repeating the
current track or current directory, press button 4 RPT > until REPEAT OFF appears briefly in the display and RPT disappears.
To cancel scanning, briefly press
the OK button ;. The currently scanned track will then continue to be played normally. Note: You can set the scanning time (scantime). For further details on setting the scantime, please read the section entitled Setting the scantime in the Radio mode chapter of the radios operating instructions.
Random track play (MIX)
Info: Limited MIX function. It is possible that a track is repeated.
To play all the tracks in the current
directory in random order, briefly press button 5 MIX >. MIX CD appears briefly and MIX lights up in the display.
Pausing playback (PAUSE) Press button 3 >.
PAUSE appears in the display. Cancelling pause > while in pause mode. Playback is resumed.
Update over the Internet
Notes on the update facility Your COMPACT DRIVE MP3 is equipped with an update facility for new functions. An update can be downloaded free of charge over the Internet from www.blaupunkt.de The installation path is as follows: Internet > PC > Write-/ read device > Microdrive > COMPACT DRIVE MP3.
Press button 3
A TPM function (Track Program Memory) is not available.
Service-Nummern / Service numbers / Numros du service aprsvente / Numeri del servizio di assistenza / Servicenummers / Telefonnummer fr service / Nmeros de servicio / Nmeros de servio / Servicenumre
Country: Germany Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Great Britain Greece Ireland Italy Luxembourg Netherland Norway Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland Czech. Rep. Hungary Poland Turkey USA Brasil (Mercosur) (D) (A) (B) (DK) (FIN) (F) (GB) (GR) (IRL) (I) (L) (NL) (N) (P) (E) (S) (CH) (CZ) (H) (PL) (TR) Phone: 0180-5000225 01-02-360 09-01-01-0800-01-4149400 02-023-66-01-902-120234 08-7501500 01-8471644 02-01-0800-118922 0212-3350677 Fax: 05121-01-91 02-44-09-01-01-01-01-4598830 02-023-66-01-916-467952 08-7501810 01-8471650 02-01-022-8771260 0212-3460040 708-6817188 WWW: http://www.blaupunkt.com
(USA) 800-2662528 (BR)
+55-2769 +55-2773 +604-6413 640
Malaysia (Asia Pacific) (MAL) +604-6382 474
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button Unlock the detachable control panel button In the menu: Call up menu item Radio mode: Select memory bank MP3/WMA/CnC/CD changer mode: Change to next folder / CD On/Off button Short press: Switch on car sound system In operation: Mute car sound system (Mute) Long press: Switch off car sound system Volume control button In the menu: Change settings Radio mode: Adjust the stations Other operating modes: Track selection SRC button Selecting an audio source CD tray Display USB port button (Eject) Eject a CD Front AUX-IN socket Keys 1 - 5
= DIS/ESC button In the menu: Exit menu In operation: Switch display > button In the menu: Change settings Radio mode: Adjust the stations Other operating modes: Track selection ? MENUOK button Short press: Call up menu, conrm settings Long press: Start scan function @ button In the menu: Call up menu item Radio mode: Select memory bank MP3/WMA/CnC/CD changer mode: Change to previous folder / CD A button Ending/rejecting a phone call B button Answering a call, speed dial
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Safety notes..29 Symbols used..29 Road safety..29 General safety notes.29 Declaration of conformity.29 Cleaning notes..30 Disposal notes..30 Scope of delivery..30 Optional equipment (not part of the scope of delivery).30 Placing the device in operation.31 Attaching/detaching the control panel.31 Setting the tuner region..31 Switching on/off.31 Volume..32 Switching demo mode on/off.32 Displaying version numbers.32 Trafc information.32 Radio mode...33 RDS...33 Changing to radio mode.33 Selecting the memory bank.33 Tuning into a station..33 Storing stations/Calling stored stations.34 Scanning stations..34 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).34 PTY..34 Conguring the display..35 CD/MP3/WMA/CnC/CD changer mode..35 Basic information..35 Changing to CD/MP3/WMA/CnC/ CD changer mode..36 Inserting a CD..37 Ejecting a CD...37 Connecting/removing a USB data carrier.37 Selecting tracks..37 Select a folder/CD (only in MP3/WMA/ CnC or CD changer mode)..37 Fast searching..38 Interrupting playback..38 Playlist mode (only in MP3/WMA mode).38 Scanning all tracks..38
Playing tracks in random order..38 Repeatedly playing individual tracks, CDs or directories..39 Conguring the display..39 Bluetooth..39 Bluetooth menu.40 Registering and connecting a device..40 Telephone functions.41 Bluetooth streaming mode.42 Additional functions in the Bluetooth menu..43 External audio sources..44 Front AUX-IN socket..44 Rear AUX input..44 Sound settings...45 Calling and exiting the audio menu.45 Performing settings in the audio menu.45 Calling and exiting the enhanced audio menu..46 Performing settings in the enhanced audio menu..46 User settings..47 Calling and exiting the user menu.47 Performing settings in the user menu.47 Factory settings..50 Useful information.51 Warranty..51 Service..51 Technical data..51 Installation instructions.381
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The car sound system was manufactured according to the state of the art and established safety guidelines. Even so, dangers may occur if you do not observe the safety notes in these instructions. These instructions contain important information to easily and safely install and operate the car sound system. Read these instructions carefully and completely before using the car sound system. Keep the instructions at a location so that they are always accessible to all users. Always pass on the car sound system to third parties together with these instructions. In addition, observe the instructions of the devices used in conjunction with this car sound system.
General safety notes
Observe the following notes to protect yourself against injuries: Do not modify or open the device. The device contains a Class 1 laser that can cause injuries to your eyes. Do not increase the volume during mute phases, e.g. when changing the audio source. Changing the volume is not audible during a mute phase. Use as directed This car sound system is intended for installation and operation in a vehicle with 12 V vehicle system voltage and must be installed in a DIN slot. Observe the performance limits in the technical data. Repairs and installation, if necessary, should be performed by a specialist. Installation instructions You may only install the car sound system yourself if you are experienced in installing car sound systems and are very familiar with the electrical system of the vehicle. For this purpose, observe the installation instructions at the end of these instructions.
Do not dispose of your old unit in the household trash! Use the return and collection systems available to dispose of the old device.
Scope of delivery
The scope of delivery includes: 1 Car sound system 1 Operating/installation instructions 1 Case for the control panel 1 Support frame 1 Set of small parts 2 Disassembly tools 1 USB connecting cable Extended scope of delivery (for only): 1 Connecting cable chamber A (power supply) 1 Connecting cable chamber B (loudspeaker) 1 Connecting cable chamber C1 (Line-Out) 1 Antenna connection adapter 1 Handheld remote control 2 Batteries (type AAA) Note: We recommend the use of original Blaupunkt accessories (www.blaupunkt.com).
Placing the device in operation
Attaching/detaching the control panel
The car sound system is equipped with a detachable control panel (release panel) to protect your equipment against theft. In the delivery state, the control panel is in the supplied case. To start operating the radio after installation, you must rst attach the control panel (see the section "Attaching the control panel" in this chapter). Always take the control panel with you when leaving the vehicle. The car sound system is worthless to a thief without this control panel. Caution Damage to the control panel Never drop the control panel. Transport the control panel so that it is protected against impacts and the contacts cannot become dirty. Do not expose the control panel to direct sunlight or another heat source. Avoid direct skin contact with the control panels electrical contacts. Attaching the control panel u Push the control panel into the bracket at the right edge of the device. u Push the control panel carefully into the left bracket until it clicks into place. Removing the control panel u Press the button 1 to unlock the control panel. The left side of the control panel detaches from the device and is secured by a latch against falling out. u Grasp the control panel at the left side and pull it beyond the resistance of the latch and straight out of the bracket. Note: The car sound system automatically switches off as soon as the control panel is removed.
Setting the tuner region
This car sound system is designed for operation in different regions with different frequency ranges and station technologies. It is factory set to the tuner region "EUROPE". Other available tuner regions include "USA", "THAI" (Thailand) and "S AMERICA" (South America). If you operate the car sound system outside of Europe, you may rst have to set a suitable tuner region: u Switch off the car sound system if it is not already turned off. u Press and hold the buttons MENUOK ? and 4 < at the same time and press the On/ Off button 3. The car sound system switches on. The currently set tuner region appears on the display. u Press the button @ / 2 repeatedly until the desired tuner region is displayed. u Press the MENUOK button ?.
In the tuner region "EUROPE", an FM station can identify trafc reports by means of an RDS signal. If the priority for trafc announcements is switched on, a trafc announcement is automatically switched through, even if the car sound system is currently not in radio mode or if a station of the wavebands MW or LW is set. If priority is switched on, the display shows the ). "TRAFFIC" is displayed trafc jam symbol ( during a switched-through trafc announcement. To switch the priority on and off, please read the section "Performing settings in the user menu", "TRAF" menu item in the chapter "User settings". Notes: The volume is increased for the duration of the switched-through trafc announcement. You can adjust the minimum volume for trafc announcements (see the ch. "User settings", section "Performing settings in the user menu", "TA VOLUME" menu item).
Switching demo mode on/off
The demo mode shows the functions of the car sound system as scrolling text on the display. You can turn the demo mode on or off: u Switch off the car sound system if it is not already turned off. u Press and hold the buttons MENUOK ? and 2 < at the same time and press the On/ Off button 3. The car sound system switches on. The display briey shows "DEMO MODE" if you switched on the demo mode. By pressing any button, the demo mode is interrupted and you can operate the device.
Trafc information | Radio mode
To cancel a switched-though trafc announcement, press the DIS/ESC button =.
Selecting the memory bank
The following memory banks are available in the different tuner regions: Region EUROPE USA THAI S AMERICA Memory banks FM1, FM2, FMT, MW, LW FM1, FM2, FMT, AM, AMT FM1, FM2, FMT, AM FM1, FM2, FMT, AM, AMT
Many FM stations broadcast an RDS (Radio Data System) signal in addition to their programme in the tuner region "EUROPE" that allows the following additional functions: The station name is shown on the display. The car sound system recognises trafc announcements and news broadcasts and can automatically switch them through in any operating mode (e.g. in CD mode). Alternate frequency: If RDS is activated, the car sound system automatically selects the best receivable frequency for the station that is currently set. Regional (REG): At certain times, some radio stations divide their programme into regional programmes providing different content. If the REG function is activated, the car sound system changes only to those alternate frequencies on which the same regional programme is being broadcast. To switch the RDS or REG function on or off, please read the section "Performing settings in the user menu" in the chapter "User settings" (menu items "RDS", "REG").
u Press the button @ / 2 repeatedly until the desired memory bank is displayed. Note: Up to 5 stations can be stored in each memory bank.
Tuning into a station
There are various ways of tuning into a station: Tuning into stations manually u Briey press the button 5 / > once or several times to change the frequency in increments, or long to quickly change the frequency. Notes: For the tuner region "EUROPE": In the FM waveband, the next station of the broadcasting network is automatically tuned into if the RDS function is switched on. For the tuner regions "EUROPE", "USA" and "S AMERICA": In the FM waveband, the current selected programme type is displayed and can be changed if the PTY function is activated (see the ch. "PTY"). Starting station seek tuning u Press the button 5 / > for approx. 2 seconds to start station seek tuning. The radio tunes into the next receivable station.
Changing to radio mode
u Press the SRC button 6 repeatedly until "TUNER" is displayed: The current memory bank appears once as scrolling text on the display.
Notes: For the tuner region "EUROPE": In the FM waveband, only trafc information stations are tuned into if the priority for trafc infor) is switched on. mation ( For the tuner regions "EUROPE", "USA" and "S AMERICA": In the FM waveband, the next station with the currently selected programme type is tuned into if the PTY function is activated (see the ch. "PTY"). The sensitivity of seek tuning can be adjusted (see the chapter "User settings", section "Performing settings in the user menu", menu item "SENS").
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
With Travelstore, you can automatically search for and store the 5 FM stations offering the strongest reception in the region in one memory bank, Any previously stored stations in this memory bank are deleted in the process. In the tuner regions "EUROPE" and "THAI", you can store 5 FM stations in the FMT memory bank with Travelstore. In the tuner regions "USA" and "S AMERICA", you can also store 5 AM stations in the AMT memory bank. u Select a memory bank of the desired waveband, e.g. FM1 or AM. u Press the button 2 seconds. @/ 2 for approx.
Storing stations/Calling stored stations
u Select the desired memory bank. u If necessary, set the desired station. u Press the station button 1 - 5 < for approx. 2 seconds to store the current station under the button. - or u Briey press the station button 1 - 5 < to call up the stored station.
The tuner starts the automatic station seek tuning; the display shows "FM TSTORE" or "AM TSTORE". After the storing is completed, the radio plays the station at memory location 1 of the FMT or AMT level. Note: For the tuner region "EUROPE": If the priority ), for trafc information is switched on ( only trafc information stations are stored.
u Switch of the car sound system so that the data carrier will be correctly registered and unregistered. u Connect the USB data carrier to the USB cable or pull it off. If a USB data carrier is connected, the display shows the USB symbol. If the USB data carrier is initially selected as audio source after connecting it or after switching on the car sound system, the data are read in rst (the display shows "READING" during this time). Notes: If the connected USB data carrier cannot be seen, "USB ERROR" is briey displayed. The time required for reading in the data depends on the design and size of the USB data carrier.
Ejecting a CD
Notes: If a CD is ejected and not removed, the drive will automatically draw it back in again after approx. 10 seconds. You can also eject CDs while the car sound system is switched off or whilst another audio source is activated. u Press the CD. button : to eject an inserted
5/ u Briey press the button change to the previous/next track. > to
Note: If the current track plays longer than 3 seconds, pressing 5 once restarts the track.
Select a folder/CD (only in MP3/ WMA/CnC or CD changer mode)
u Press the button @ / 2 to change to the previous/next folder or CD. Note: This also allows you to change between playlists of a device connected via CnC.
u Press and hold down the button 5 / > until the desired position has been reached.
Scanning all tracks
The scan function scans all available tracks. u Press the MENUOK button ? for approx. 2 seconds to start the scan, or long to continue playing the currently scanned track. During the scan, the display alternately displays "SCAN" and the current track number or le name. Notes: In the CD changer mode, the scan time per track is approx. 10 seconds. For all other operating modes, you can adjust the scan time for each track (see the ch. "User settings", section "Performing settings in the user menu", "SCAN TIME" menu item). In the Playlist mode (MP3 mode), only the tracks of the current playlist are scanned.
u Press the button 3 < to interrupt the playback ("PAUSE") or to continue.
Playlist mode (only in MP3/WMA mode)
The car sound system can play playlists that were created with an MP3 manager, such as WinAmp or Microsoft Media Player. The playlists must be stored in the root folder of the CD or USB data carrier. The following playlist formats can be recognised: M3U, PLS. Selecting tracks in Playlist mode u Press the 2 button < for approx. 2 seconds to change to the Playlist mode: "LIST MODE" briey appears on the display. The rst track of the rst playlist is played. Note: If the data carrier does not contain any playlists, "NO LIST" is briey displayed. 5 / > to u Briey press the button change to the previous/next track of the current playlist. u Press the button @ / 2 to change to the previous/next playlist. The display briey shows the name of the selected playlist, and the rst track of the playlist is being played. Exiting the Playlist mode u Press the 2 button < for approx. 2 seconds: "LIST OFF" briey appears on the display. The current track continues playing.
Playing tracks in random order
u Press the 5 MIX button < to change between the playback modes: Opera- Display tion CD MIX ALL MP3/ WMA/ CnC 1 MIX DIR 2 MIX ALL 2 MIX CD CDC MIX ALL Gen.
Meaning Mixing tracks Mixing tracks of the current folder Mixing tracks of the data carrier Mixing tracks of the current CD Mixing tracks of all CDs Regular playback
In CnC mode, additional playback modes may be available depending on the connected device 2 Not in MP3 Playlist mode If the MIX function is active, the MIX symbol appears on the display.
CD/MP3/WMA/CnC/CD changer mode | Bluetooth
Repeatedly playing individual tracks, CDs or directories
u Press the 4 RPT button < to change between the playback modes: Opera- Display tion CD RPT TRACK MP3/ RPT TRACK WMA/ RPT DIR 2 CnC 1 CDC Gen.
Artist and album name must be stored as ID3 tag and are displayed only for approx. 10 seconds and perhaps as scrolling text; otherwise, the le name is displayed.
Meaning Repeating tracks Repeating tracks Repeating folders
RPT TRACK Repeating tracks RPT DISC Repeating a CD RPT OFF Regular playback
Note You can switch the display of CD text of an audio CD on and off (see the ch. "User settings", section "Performing settings in the user menu", "CD TEXT" menu item). If CD text is switched on, the corresponding CD text is displayed once as scrolling text at the start of a track.
You can connect the car sound system via Bluetooth with other Bluetooth-ready devices, such as cell phones or MP3 players. This allows you to use the car sound system with its integrated microphone as hands-free system for connected cell phones and control the audio output of other Bluetooth devices and play them back via the loudspeakers of the car sound system (Bluetooth streaming). Bluetooth technology is a wireless connection of short range. For this reason, Bluetooth devices must be located near the car sound system (in the vehicle) to establish and maintain a connection. To establish a Bluetooth connection, you must rst register the car sound system and the Bluetooth device. When you register the devices, a Bluetooth connection is subsequently established automatically. This connection remains in effect as long as the Bluetooth device is within range. If the connection is interrupted, e.g. because you moved the cell phone outside the range, the connection is automatically re-established as soon as you are back within range. You can connect only one cell phone and streaming device with the car sound system at a time. If you connect a new device with the car sound system, the connection to a currently connected device may automatically be interrupted. However, the car sound system leaves up to 5 different Bluetooth devices registered, and you can quickly and easily connect any of these devices
In CnC mode, additional playback modes may be available depending on the connected device 2 Not in MP3 Playlist mode If the RPT function is active, the RPT symbol appears on the display.
u Press the DIS/ESC button = once or several times to change between these displays: Operation CD T 01 18:ABC MP3/ WMA/ CnC ABCDEF ABCDEF PLAY 02:15 CLK 18:33 T 01 02:15 CDC T 01 18:33 CD 02T 03 Display T 01 02:15 Meaning Track number and playing time Track number and time File name Artist 1 Album name 1 Playing time Time Track number and playing time Track number and time CD number and track number
with the car sound system again. If you register a sixth one, the Bluetooth device registered rst is unregistered.
Registering and connecting a device
Registering and connecting a cell phone u In the Bluetooth menu, select the "PAIR" menu item. u Press the menu. u Press the phone. button > to open the sub-
In the Bluetooth menu, you nd all the functions for registering, connecting and managing Bluetooth devices. Calling the Bluetooth menu u Press the MENUOK button ?. u Press the button @ to select the "BLUETOOTH" menu item. u Press the button > to open the Bluetooth menu. u Press the button @ / 2 repeatedly until the desired menu item is selected. Notes: The Bluetooth menu is automatically exited approx. 30 seconds after the last button activation and you are returned to the display of the current audio source. If a Bluetooth process is running (e.g. re-establishing the connection to the last connected device), the functions of the Bluetooth menu are blocked. If you attempt to open the Bluetooth menu during this time, "LINK BUSY" appears on the display. To return to the current audio source, press the DIS/ESC button =. To cancel the Bluetooth process and open the Bluebutton A. tooth menu, press the Exiting the Bluetooth menu u Briey press the DIS/ESC button = to exit the Bluetooth menu.
The "PHONE" menu item is selected. button > to register a cell
The display shows "PAIRING" and the Bluetooth symbol is ashing. The car sound system can now be recognised by a Bluetooth cell phone for approx. 2 minutes and connected. u Search the car sound system from your cell phone (Bluetooth name: "TORONTO 400 BT"). As soon as the car sound system is found by the cell phone and should be connected, "ENTER PIN" appears on the display and the PIN "1234". u Establish the connection from your cell phone. Enter the PIN displayed by the car sound system. The display may show "PAIRED", followed by "CONNECTED", as soon as the car sound system and the cell phone are registered and connected. Note: If no connection can be established, "CON FAIL" (connection failed) is briey displayed. Registering and connecting a Bluetooth streaming device u In the Bluetooth menu, select the "PAIR" menu item. u Press the menu. button > to open the sub-
button B to connect the u Press the device displayed. The display shows "CONNECTNG". As soon as the device is connected, "CONNECTED" is briey displayed and you are returned to the Bluetooth menu. If the device is already connected, "CON EXIST" (connection exists) is briey displayed and you are returned to the list of registered cell phones or streaming devices. button A to disconnect the u Press the connection to the device displayed. The display briey shows "DISCONNTD" and you are returned to the Bluetooth menu. If the device was not connected, "NO CONNCT" (no connection) is briey displayed and you are returned to the list of registered cell phones or streaming devices. button A for approx. 2 secu Press the onds to unregister the displayed device. The display briey shows "DELETED" and you are returned to the Bluetooth menu. Unregistering all registered devices u In the Bluetooth menu, select the "DELETE ALL" menu item. u Press the button > to unregister all registered devices. The display shows "CONFIRM". u Press the button > again. The display briey shows "DELETED".
u Press the button @ / 2 repeatedly until the desired number appears at the respective current location. u Press the button 5 / > to change between the 4 locations of the PIN. u Press the MENUOK button ?. Managing registered devices In the Bluetooth menu, you can manage the registered Bluetooth devices (cell phones and streaming devices such as MP3 player). The registered devices are displayed in the device lists for cell phones ("PHN LIST") and streaming devices ("STR LIST"). You can do the following: Disconnecting the connection to the currently connected Bluetooth device Establishing a connection to one of the registered Bluetooth devices Unregistering a Bluetooth device u In the Bluetooth menu, select the menu item "PHN LIST" or "STR LIST". u Press the menu. button > to open the sub-
The rst device on the list is displayed. Note: If no device is registered, "EMPTY" is briey displayed.
External audio sources
Front AUX-IN socket
Danger! Increased risk of injury from connector. In case of an accident, the protruding connector in the front AUX-IN socket may cause injuries. The use of straight plugs or adapters leads to an increased risk of injury. For this reason, we recommend using angled jack plugs, e.g. the Blaupunkt accessories cable (001 535). As soon as an external audio source, such as a portable CD/MiniDisc or MP3 player is connected to the Front-AUX-IN socket, it can be selected with the SRC button 6. "FRONT AUX" then appears on the display.
"CDC" menu item). Ensure that you change the setting only as long as no device is connected to the rear AUX input. If necessary, remove connected devices rst while the car sound system is switched off. Starting C'n'C mode u Press the SRC button 6 repeatedly until the name of the device connected via C'n'C appears on the display. The playback starts. Notes: The C'n'C mode can be selected only if a suitable device is connected via a C'n'Cready interface. To operate the radio in CnC mode, please read the chapter "CD/MP3/WMA/CnC/CD changer mode". When using suitable adapter cables, you can connect up to 3 C'n'C-ready Blaupunkt interfaces to the car sound system. For the car sound system to distinguish the different interfaces, you can assign an individual device number to every interface (see ch. "User settings", section "Performing settings in the user menu", "CNC" menu item). Starting AUX mode u Press the SRC button 6 repeatedly until "CDC / AUX" appears on the display. The playback starts. Note: You can enter a separate name for the rear AUX input that is shown on the display in AUX mode if you selected the connected audio source (see ch. "User settings", section "Performing settings in the user menu", "AUX EDIT" menu item).
Rear AUX input
Different external audio sources can be connected to the car sound system via the rear AUX input (Rear-AUX-IN): CnC-ready devices from the Blaupunkt accessories programme (e.g. a CnC-ready Bluetooth/USB or iPod/USB interface; CnC = Command and Control). CD changer Other external audio sources, such as portable CD players, MiniDisc players, MP3 players or a non-CnC-capable Blaupunkt interface. Note: An adapter cable is needed to connect an external audio source via the rear AUX input. You can obtain this cable (Blaupunkt no.: 897 093) from your Blaupunkt dealer. Before you connect a certain device, rst check the mode of the rear AUX input and, if necessary, change the setting (see ch. "User settings", section "Performing settings in the user menu",
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The following sound settings can be changed in the Audio menu: Adjusting bass and treble Setting the left/right volume distribution (Balance) or front/rear (Fader) Setting the boost of bass at low volume (X-Bass). In the Enhanced Audio menu, you can also perform the following settings: Setting the 3-band equalizer: Setting the middle level Selecting bass, middle and treble Adjusting quality factor for bass and middle Performing advanced X-Bass settings (level and frequency) Selecting equalizer presettings Note: The settings for bass, middle and treble are each stored for the current audio source.
Calling and exiting the enhanced audio menu
u In the audio menu, select the "ENHANCED" menu item. u Press the button > to open the ENHANCED menu. u Press the button @/ 2 repeatedly until the desired menu item is selected. u Perform the setting (see the next section). u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to select a different menu item. - or u Briey press the DIS/ESC button = to exit the menu.
Performing settings in the enhanced audio menu
E-BASS Adjusting bass frequency and quality factor. Settings: Bass frequency: 60/80/100/200 Hz Quality factor: 1.0/1.25/1.5/2.0 u Press the submenu. button > to open the E-BASS
u Press the button @ / 2 to change between the submenus "FREQ" (frequency) and "QFAC" (quality factor). u Press the button 5 / > to change between the available settings of the submenu. E-TREBLE Setting the treble frequency. Settings: 10/12.5/15/17.5 kHz. u Press the button > to open the E-TREBLE submenu.
Calling and exiting the user menu
u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to open the menu. u Press the button @ / 2 repeatedly until the desired menu item is selected. u Perform the setting (see the next section). u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to select a different menu item. - or u Briey press the DIS/ESC button = to exit the menu. Note: The menu is automatically exited approx. 15 seconds after the last button activation and you are returned to the display of the current audio source.
u Press the menu.
button > to open the sub2 to select the
u Press the button @ / interface ("DEV 1 - 3"). u Press the number.
button > to change the device > to change
u Press the button 5 / between the positions.
The character at the selected position ashes if selected. u Press the button @ / 2 to select a character at the selected location. u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to conrm the device number entered. CDTEXT Switching the display of CD text on or off. Settings: ON, OFF. u Press the button > to open the submenu. u Press the button > to change between the settings. u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to conrm the selected setting. TA VOLUME (only for tuner region "EUROPE") Setting the minimum volume for trafc announcements. Settings: 1 - 50. u Press the button > to open the submenu. u Press the button @ / 2 or turn the volume control 4 to perform the setting. SENS Only possible in FM radio mode: Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning. Settings: LO1 (lowest) HI6 (highest). u Press the button > to open the submenu. u Press the button the setting. @/ 2 to perform
u Press the button @ / tween the settings.
2 to change be-
PTY (only for tuner regions "EUROPE", "USA", "S AMERICA") Only possible in FM radio mode: Switching PTY function on or off. Settings: ON, OFF. u Press the button > to open the submenu. u Press the button > to change between the settings. DISP COL Mixing the colour for the display illumination from the basic colours Red, Green and Blue (RGB). Settings: For R, G and B each 0 to 16. u Press the button 5 to select the "4096 COL" submenu (setting R, G and B) or the button > to select the "256 COL" submenu (setting R and G, B remains unchanged). u Press the menu. button > to open the sub> to change
COL SCAN Selecting the colour of the display illumination during a colour seek. u Press the button > to start the colour seek. The display alternately shows "SCANNING" and "OK (MENU)" and the colour of the display illumination changes constantly. u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to select the currently set colour. DIM DAY/DIM NIGHT Setting the display brightness for the day (DIM DAY) or the night (DIM NIGHT). Settings: 1 16. u Press the button > to open the submenu. u Press the button the setting. @/ 2 to perform
u Press the button 5 / between the colours.
If your car sound system is installed as described in the installation instructions and your vehicle features the corresponding connection, the display brightness for day and night is switched by switching the vehicle lighting on or off. AUX EDIT Entering names for the rear AUX input in AUX mode. Length: 9 digits; characters: A-Z, 0-9. u Press the button > to open the submenu. u Press the button 5 / tween the positions. > to change be-
The value of the selected colour ashes. u Press the button @ / 2 to adjust the value of the selected colour. u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to conrm the selected setting. SCAN Switching the constant colour change of the display illumination on or off. Settings: ON, OFF. u Press the button > to open the submenu.
The character at the selected position ashes if selected.
PTY LANG (only for tuner region "EUROPE") Only possible in FM radio mode: Selecting the language for the display of programme types. Settings: ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, DEUTSCH. u Press the button > to open the submenu.
u Press the button > to change between the settings. u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to conrm the selected setting. If the constant colour change is switched on, the colour of the display illumination changes constantly across the colour spectrum.
User settings | Factory settings
u Press the button @ / 2 to select a character at the selected location. u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to conrm the name entered. TRAF (only for tuner region "EUROPE") Only possible in FM radio mode: Switching priority for trafc announcements on or off. Settings: ON, OFF. u Press the button > to open the submenu. u Press the button > to change between the settings. RDS (only for tuner region "EUROPE") Only possible in FM radio mode: Switching RDS function on or off. Settings: ON, OFF. u Press the button > to open the submenu. u Press the button > to change between the settings.
Factory settings in the user menu: ON VOLUME MUTE LVL SENS SCAN TIME CLOCK BEEP DIM DAY DIM NIGHT CDTEXT 12H/24H MODE CLOCKSET TA VOL RDS* REG* TRAF* LAST VOL 0 HIOFF ON OFF 24H 00:ON ON OFF
* Only in tuner region "EUROPE" You can restore the original factory settings of the car sound system: u Briey press the MENUOK button ? to open the menu. u Press the button @ / 2 repeatedly until the "NORMSET" menu item is selected. u Press and hold down the MENUOK button ? for longer than 4 seconds. "NORM ON" briey appears on the display. The car sound system automatically switches off and on again with the factory settings. Note: If you press the MENUOK button ? for less than 4 seconds, "NORM OFF" appears on the display and the current settings are retained.
Useful information | Technical data
We provide a manufacturer's warranty for products bought within the European Union. For devices purchased outside the European Union, the warranty terms issued by our respective responsible domestic agency are valid. The warranty terms can be called up under www.blaupunkt.com or requested directly from: Blaupunkt GmbH Hotline Robert-Bosch-Str. 200 D-31139 Hildesheim
"Technical Specification - WMA Playback: No - Satellite Radio Ready: No - RMS Power Output: 18 Watts - Preamp Voltage: 2 volts - Subwoofer Preamp Outputs: No - MP3 playback: Yes - Maximum Power: 40 Watts - HD Radio: No - DIN: 1 - Changer Control: Yes - CD Text: Yes - Bluetooth: No - Aux input: Yes - Built-in EQ: Yes - CD-R/CD-RW Compatible: Yes - Remote Control: Yes - Detachable Face: Yes Features - CD player with built-in amplifier (18 watts RMS/40 peak x 4 channels) - Plays CDs - CD-Rs - and CD-RWs (including discs loaded with MP3 files) - Optional auxiliary input - 3 equalizer presets (""Rock,"" ""Pop,"" and ""Classic"") - Adjustable X-Bass low-frequency equalizer - Remote control - Detachable face - 18 FM/6 AM presets - Seek tuning - Station scan - Two sets of preamp outputs - CD changer controls - Controls for Blaupunkt's optional iPod interface - CD frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz - FM sensitivity: 17 dBuV"
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