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SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH DEUTSCH
DEUTSCH DANSK PORTUGUS ESPAOL SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH
Button, to switch the unit on/off, adjust the volume Button, to unlock the removable control panel (release panel) NEXT button to display the other pages in a menu and to switch to a different memory bank in radio mode Softkeys: the function of the softkeys depends on the current display content DEQ+ button, to open the equalizer menu button, to open the flip-release control panel Joystick MENU button, to open the basic settings menu
AUDIO button, to adjust the bass, treble, balance, fader and loudness (short press) and operate the volume mute feature (long press) Display SOURCE button, to start cassette playback / CD-changer playback or Compact Drive MP3 (only if connected) or To play an external audio source (only if connected) TUNER button, to activate radio mode and open the radio functions menu (only possible in radio mode)
Notes and accessories.. 35 Removable control panel. 36
Theft protection.. 36 Detaching the control panel. 36 Attaching the control panel. 37 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 46 Listening to stored stations. 46 Programme type (PTY). 46 Optimising radio reception. 47 Setting the radiotext display. 48
Switching on/off.. 37 Adjusting the volume. 38
Setting the power-on volume. 38 Activating mute.. 38 Telephone audio / navigation audio 38 Automatic sound.. 39
Traffic information. 48 Cassette mode.. 49
Cassette playback.. 49 Cassette eject. 49 Changing the playback direction. 50 Skipping tracks (S-CPS).. 50 Repeating tracks.. 50 Changing the display. 50 Resetting the tape counter. 50 Fast tape winding. 51 Skipping blank spaces (blankskip). 51 Dolby B noise suppression. 51 Traffic information in cassette mode. 51
Sound and volume distribution settings.. 40
Adjusting the bass.. 40 Adjusting the treble.. 40 X-BASS.. 40 Adjusting the right/left volume distribution (balance). 40 Adjusting the front/back volume distribution (fader).. 41
CD changer mode (optional). 52
Switching to CD changer mode.. 52 Selecting CDs. 52 Selecting tracks.. 52 Fast searching (audible). 52 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT).. 52 Random track play (MIX).. 53 Naming CDs.. 53
Adjusting the display. 41
Adjusting the viewing angle. 41 Adjusting the display brightness.. 41 Setting the button illumination colour.. 42 Setting the level display.. 42
Radio mode.. 43
Configuring the tuner. 43 Switching to radio mode. 43 Convenient RDS functions (AF, REG).. 43 Selecting the waveband / memory bank.. 44 Tuning into a station.. 45 Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning. 45 Storing stations.. 45 34
CLOCK - Time. 55 Equalizer.. 56 TMC for dynamic navigation systems.. 60 Amplifier / sub-out.. 60 External audio sources.. 61 Specifications. 61
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 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 Robert Bosch Str. 200 D-31139 Hildesheim Road and traffic safety have absolute priority. Only operate your car radio if the road and traffic conditions allow you to do so. Familiarise yourself with the device 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 at a reasonable level.
Notes and accessories
Road and traffic safety
The car radio and the device's control panel (flip-release panel) heat up during use. Therefore, when removing the flip-release panel, only hold it by its non-metallic surfaces. Allow the car radio to cool down first if you want to uninstall the whole unit.
button 2. The control panel latch mechanism opens.
There are various ways of switching the unit on/off.
First, pull the control panel straight
off the unit and then out towards the left. The unit switches off after the control panel is removed. All the current settings are saved. Any cassette already inserted in the unit remains there.
Switching on/off using button 1 To switch the unit on, press button
1 until you feel the latch open and the button pushes out. The unit switches on.
To switch the unit off, press button
1 until you feel it click into place. The unit switches off.
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.
Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition
If the device is correctly connected to the vehicles ignition and the unit was not switched off using button 1, it will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition. You can switch the unit on even if the ignition is off.
To do so, press button 1 so that
you feel it unlatch and push out. Note: When attaching the control panel, make sure you do not press the display. If the unit was still switched on when you removed the control panel, the unit will automatically switch on with the last settings activated (i.e. radio, cassette, CD changer/Compact Drive MP3 or AUX) when the panel is replaced. Note: To protect the vehicle battery, the unit will switch off automatically after one hour if the ignition is off.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
Adjusting the volume
The volume can be adjusted in stages from 0 (off) to 50 (maximum).
This feature allows you to instantaneously reduce the volume (mute).
To increase the volume, turn the
volume control 1 to the right.
Press the AUDIO button 9 for
longer than two seconds MUTE appears in the display. Cancelling mute
To decrease the volume, turn the
volume control 1 to the left.
Setting the power-on volume
ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY
You can adjust the display to suit the installation position in your vehicle and your own preferences.
Adjusting the display
the FADE display item.
down/left to adjust the front/back volume distribution. When you have finished making your changes,
Adjusting the viewing angle Press the MENU button 8. Press the softkey 4 assigned to
the DISP display item.
the ANGL display item.
down/left to adjust the viewing angle.
MENU button 8 to close the menu. The settings are saved.
Adjusting the display brightness
If your car radio has been connected as described in the installation instructions, the display brightness will switch over when the headlights are turned on/ off. The display brightness can be adjusted separately for night and day in steps ranging from 1-6. We recommend setting 6. Daytime display brightness
the DAY display item.
down/left to adjust the brightness.
MENU button 8 to close the menu. The settings are saved. Night-time display brightness
Setting the level display
The level display briefly provides a symbolic display of the volume, the sound control settings and the equalizer settings whilst you are making your changes. When you are not changing any settings, the level display can display the car radios output level. You can also switch off the level display and have the current volume level displayed continuously. Switching the level display on/off
the NGHT display item.
Setting the button illumination colour
The colour of the devices button illumination can be adjusted. Choose between COLOR 1 or COLOR 2.
Keep pressing the softkey 4 assigned to the EQ display item until the required setting EQ DISP OFF or EQ DISP ON appears.
Keep pressing the softkey 4 assigned to the KEYS display item until the required colour (COLOR 1 or COLOR 2) appears in the display.
This unit is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many of the receivable FM stations transmit a signal that not only carries the programme but also additional information such as the station name and programme type (PTY). The station name appears in the display as soon as it is received. You can optionally display the programme type. For further details, please read the section entitled Programme type (PTY). If the device is in CD mode, cassette mode, Multi-Media Card (MMC) mode (depending on the car radios equipment) or CD changer/Compact Drive MP3 mode,
Switching to radio mode
press the TUNER button <.
The main radio menu for tuning into a station is displayed. The radio mode functions are controlled in the radio functions menu. You can open the radio functions menu by pressing the TUNER button < again. If you are in any other mode, you can open the radio functions menu by pressing the MENU button 8 followed by the softkey 4 that is assigned to the TUNE display item.
Configuring the tuner
To ensure that the tuner works properly, the device must be configured for your region. You can choose between Europe and the USA. By default, the tuner is set to the region in which the device was sold. If you experience problems with radio reception, please check these settings.
Convenient RDS functions (AF, REG)
The convenient RDS functions AF (Alternative Frequency) and REG (Regional) extend your radios range of functions (only in FM radio mode). AF: If this RDS function is activated, the unit automatically tunes into the best receivable frequency for the station that is currently set. REG: At certain times, some radio stations divide their programme into regional programmes providing different content. You can use the REG function to prevent the car radio from switching to alternative frequencies that are providing different regional programme content.
the SETP display item.
the AREA display item.
the display item of the region that you require: EURO or USA.
Note: REG must be separately activated/deactivated in the radio functions menu. Switching the RDS function on/off To use the RDS functions (AF and REG),
Selecting the waveband / memory bank
This unit can receive programmes broadcast over the FM and MW/LW (AM) frequency ranges. There are four memory banks for the FM range and one for each of the MW and LW ranges. Six stations can be stored in each memory bank. Selecting the waveband To select the FM, MW or LW waveband,
press the TUNER button < in radio mode. The radio functions menu appears in the display.
the RDS display item. RDS ON or RDS OFF appears briefly in the display. To return to the main radio menu,
press the TUNER button < or the
joystick OK 7. The settings are saved. Switching REG on/off To use the REG RDS function,
the BAND display item.
the FM display item for the FM waveband.
the MW display item for the MW waveband.
the LW display item for the LW waveband. The main radio menu for the selected waveband appears. Selecting the FM memory bank To switch between the FM memory banks FM1, FM2, FM3 and FMT,
the REG display item. REG ON or REG OFF appears briefly in the display.
Press the TUNER button < or the
joystick OK 7. The settings are saved.
keep pressing the NEXT button 3
until the required memory bank appears in the display. 44
The memory banks are accessed in the following order: FM1, FM2, FM3 and FMT.
Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning
You can choose whether to only tune into stations with a strong reception or to also tune into those with a weak reception.
Tuning into a station
There are various ways of tuning into a station. Automatic seek tuning
Move the joystick 7 down or up.
The unit tunes into the next receivable station. Tuning into stations manually You can also tune into stations manually.
Press the NEXT button 3. Press the softkey 4 assigned to
the SENS display item. The display shows the currently set sensitivity level. SENS 6 is the highest sensitivity setting and means the tuner can receive distant stations. SENS 1 is the lowest setting.
Move the joystick 7 left or right.
Note: You can only tune into stations manually if the RDS function is deactivated. Browsing through broadcasting networks (only FM) If a radio station provides several programmes, you have the option of browsing through its broadcasting network.
down/left to adjust the sensitivity.
Note: The RDS function must be activated before you can use this feature. When using this feature, you will only be able to switch to stations that you have received once already.
Storing stations manually
Select the required FM memory
bank, i.e. FM1, FM2, FM3, FMT, or one of the MW or LW wavebands.
Tune into the required station as
described in the section entitled Tuning into a station.
Press one of the six softkeys for
longer than two seconds to store the station to that softkey. 45
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can automatically store the six stations with the strongest reception in the region (only FM). The stations are stored in the FMT memory bank. Note: Any stations that were previously stored in this memory bank are deleted in the process. Starting the Travelstore function
Programme type (PTY)
Besides transmitting the station name, some FM stations also provide information on the type of programme that they are broadcasting. Your radio can receive and display this information. For example, the programme types can be: CULTURE TRAVEL JAZZ SPORT NEWS POP ROCK CLASSICS Using the PTY function, you can directly select stations of a particular programme type. PTY-EON If you specify the programme type and start seek tuning, the unit will switch from the current station to a station of the selected programme type. Note: If no station is found that corresponds to the selected programme type, you will hear a beep sound and NO PTY appears briefly in the display. The radio will then retune to the station that was received last. If the tuned radio station or another station on the broadcasting network broadcasts the required programme type at a later point in time, the radio automatically switches from the currently tuned station or from cassette / CD changer / Compact Drive MP3 mode to the station whose programme type matches the one you selected.
Press the TUNER button < in radio mode. The radio functions menu appears in the display.
the TS display item. The station storing procedure begins. T-STORE appears in the display. After the process is completed, the station stored in FMT memory location 1 will be played.
Listening to stored stations Select the memory bank or waveband.
Press the softkey 4 that is assigned to the name or frequency of the station that you want to listen to.
Activating PTY To use the PTY function, press the TUNER button < in radio mode. The radio functions menu appears in the display. Press the softkey 4 assigned to the PTY display item. If PTY is activated, the display shows the current programme type. PTY appears in the display. The programme types are displayed alongside the softkeys 4. Cancelling PTY To cancel the PTY function, Whilst the programme types are being displayed, press the softkey 4 assigned to the OFF display item. Selecting a programme type and starting seek tuning The PTY menu is made up of several pages on which the known programme types are displayed. To browse through the PTY menus pages, keep pressing the NEXT button 3 until the required programme type appears alongside one of the softkeys. Press the softkey 4 assigned to the required programme type. Move the joystick 7 up/right or down/left to start seek tuning. The next receivable station corresponding to your selected programme type will then be tuned into. If no station is found that corresponds to the selected programme type, you will hear a beep sound and NO PTY appears briefly in the display. The radio will then retune to the station that was received last. Note: If you want to switch back to the programme types display,
briefly move the joystick 7 in any
Optimising radio reception
Treble reduction feature during interference (HiCut) The HiCut function improves the sound during poor radio reception. If interference occurs, the treble is automatically reduced thus reducing the interference level. Setting HiCut
Press the TUNER button < in radio mode. The first page of the radio functions menu is displayed.
the HCUT display item.
down/left to set the HiCut.
Setting the radiotext display
Some stations use the RDS signal to broadcast scrolling texts known as radiotexts. You can activate or deactivate the radiotext display.
Your unit is equipped with an RDS-EON receiver. EON (Enhanced Other Network) is a feature that involves the broadcasting of radio station information within a broadcasting network. Every time a traffic announcement (TA) is transmitted, you will automatically be switched from a station that does not provide traffic information to a station within the broadcasting network that does. Once the traffic announcement has been heard, you will be switched back to the programme that you were listening to before.
Press the NEXT button 3.
The second page of the radio functions menu is displayed.
the RTXT display item. RTXT ON or RTXT OFF appears briefly in the display.
Switching traffic information priority on/off Press the TUNER button < in radio mode. The radio functions menu appears in the display. Press the softkey 4 assigned to the TRAF display item. Traffic announcement priority is active when a traffic jam symbol is displayed. Note: The TA menu is displayed during a traffic announcement. To interrupt the current traffic announcement, press the softkey 4 assigned to the OFF display item. If you want to deactivate priority for traffic announcements, press the softkey 4 assigned to the TRAF display item.
Note: You will hear a warning sound: if you leave the reception area of a traffic information station that you are currently listening to. if, while listening to a CD, cassette or Multi-Media Card (depending on the car radios equipment), you leave the reception area of a traffic information station that you are tuned into and the subsequent automatic search cannot find a new traffic information station. if you retune the radio from a traffic information station to a station that does not broadcast traffic information. If you hear the warning sound, you can either switch off traffic information priority or tune into a station that broadcasts traffic information.
If there is no cassette inserted in the unit yet, button 6.
The control panel opens out towards you.
on the right into the cassette compartment.
Setting the volume for traffic announcements Press the MENU button 8. Press the softkey 4 assigned to
The control panel closes. The side of the cassette that is uppermost is then played first of all (SIDE A). After you insert a cassette, SYNC appears in the display. Whilst this is being displayed, the device is calculating the playing time of the cassette. If a cassette is already inserted in the unit,
press the SOURCE button ;.
The cassette is played in the direction that was set last.
the TRAF display item.
MENU button 8 to close the menu.
Remove the cassette
The control panel closes. 49
insert a new cassette. Press the button 6.
The control panel opens out towards you. The cassette is ejected.
Cassette eject Press the button 6.
Insert a cassette with its open edge
Changing the playback direction
To switch between the two playback directions SIDE A and SIDE B,
Repeating tracks Press the softkey 4 assigned to
the RPT display item. After the current music track has been played, it is rewound and repeated. RPT ON appears briefly in the display. When the end of the track is reached and the tape is rewinding, REWIND appears in the display. To stop repeating the track,
press the softkey 4 assigned to
the REV display item. Note: The direction of play is automatically switched over when the end of the tape is reached (autoreverse).
Skipping tracks (S-CPS)
To play the next track or any track thereafter,
the RPT display item again. Normal playback is then resumed. RPT OFF appears briefly in the display.
press the joystick 7 upwards
once or several times until the number of tracks you want to skip appears in the display alongside CPS FF. CPS FF appears in the display together with the number of tracks to be skipped. The tape is forwarded to the next track or any other subsequent track that you selected. To select one of the previous tracks,
Changing the display
You can switch between various display modes in cassette mode: Elapsed playing time display (ELAPSED). Remaining playing time display (REMAIN). Tape counter display (COUNTER). Clock display (CLOCK). To switch between the display modes,
press the joystick 7 downwards
once or several times until the number of tracks you want to skip appears in the display alongside CPS FR. CPS FR appears in the display together with the number of tracks to be skipped. The tape is rewound to the beginning of the current track or to the beginning of any other previous track that you selected.
keep pressing the softkey 4 assigned to the TIME display item until the required information appears in the display.
The tape counter is automatically reset when the cassette is changed. If you play cassettes that were recorded using the Dolby B process, you should switch on the Dolby feature.
Resetting the tape counter
Dolby* B noise suppression
Fast tape winding
the DLBY display item. DLBY ON or DLBY OFF appears briefly in the display.
* Noise suppression system manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. The word Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Briefly press the joystick 7 to the
right. FORWARD appears in the display. Fast-rewinding
left. REWIND appears in the display. Stopping fast tape winding To stop fast tape winding,
Traffic information in cassette mode
The TA function (traffic announcement priority) means that your device is ready to receive traffic messages even whilst a cassette is being played. If a traffic message is received, cassette playback is stopped and the traffic message is played. For further details, read the chapter entitled Traffic information.
briefly press the joystick 7 in the
Skipping blank spaces (blankskip)
You can make the unit automatically skip blank spaces on the tape that are longer than ten seconds. To do so, the blankskip feature must be activated. Switching blankskip on/off
the BLS display item. The current setting BLS ON or BLS OFF appears briefly in the display when switching on/off.
CD CHANGER MODE
CD changer mode (optional)
To find out which CD changers / Compact Drive can be used with this unit, please refer to the "Accessories" chapter in these instructions or contact your Blaupunkt 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. Information on using the Compact Drive MP3 and recording music tracks onto it can be found in the operating instructions supplied with the Compact Drive MP3. or
keep pressing the joystick 7 up or
down until the number of the required CD appears in the display.
To move down or up to another track on the current CD,
repeatedly press the joystick 7 to
the left or right until the number of the required track appears in the display. If you press the joystick 7 once to the left, the current track will be played again from the beginning.
Fast searching (audible)
the NAME display item. You will now enter edit mode. If your chosen CD does not have a name yet, eight underscores will appear in the display. The current input position flashes.
Move the joystick 7 up or down to
select the character you want. If you want an empty space, simply select the underscore.
Move the joystick 7 to the left or
right to change the input position.
To save a name, press the softkey
4 assigned to the NAME display item. Deleting a CD name CDC CLEAR appears in the display. The process can take up to 45 seconds depending on how many CD names have been stored. Note: This function is not available for the Compact Drive MP3. If you use this function with the Compact Drive MP3, CDC CLEAR is displayed for 45 seconds. You will not be able operate the unit whilst this is happening.
Listen to the CD whose name you
want to delete.
the CDC display item.
the NAME display item. You will now enter edit mode. The name of the CD appears in the display and the current input position flashes.
select the underscore character.
Insert an underscore at every input
the NAME display item. The CD name will be deleted. Deleting all CD names You can delete all the CD names stored in the unit.
To delete all the CD names, press
the MENU button 8.
the CLR display item.
CLOCK - TIME
Setting the clock
The clock can be set automatically using the RDS signal. You can also set the clock manually if you cannot receive a radio station that supports this feature. Setting the clock automatically To set the clock automatically,
the MIN display item. The minutes flash.
press the MENU button 8. Press the softkey 4 assigned to
the VARI display item. signed to the CSYN display item until RDS SYN ON appears briefly. RDS SYN ON means that the clock is set automatically using the RDS signal. Setting the clock manually
To set the time, press the MENU Press the softkey 4 assigned to
the VARI display item.
the CSET display item. The CLOCK SET menu appears.
the HOUR display item. The hours flash on and off.
Adjust the hours using the joystick
Keep pressing the softkey 4 as-
Adjust the minutes using the joy-
CLOCK - Time
To adjust the minutes,
This unit is equipped with a digital sound calibration feature (DSA Digital Sound Adjustment). It provides you with three self-calibrating 5-band equalizers and five sound presets. The EQ1 - EQ3 equalizers can be calibrated automatically with the help of a special calibration microphone. You can obtain this microphone from your Blaupunkt dealer. The automatically ascertained values can also be adjusted manually. Furthermore, you can also set the equalizer manually. The following bands are available: SUB LOW EQ 32 - 50 Hz LOW EQ 63 - 250 Hz MID EQ 315 - 1,250 Hz MID/HIGH EQ 1,600 - 6,300 Hz HIGH EQ 8,000 - 12,500 Hz
Switching the equalizer on/off
To switch the equalizer on/off,
press the DEQ+ button 5.
The equalizer menu is displayed. To activate the equalizer,
the USER or PRE display item and select an equalizer. To deactivate the equalizer,
the OFF display item.
Automatically calibrating the equalizer
You can electronically calibrate and store values for three different situations. EQ 1 for the driver only EQ 2 for the driver and front passenger EQ 3 for the front and rear occupants Hold the calibration microphone (available as an accessory) in the appropriate position whilst the calibration is taking place. The position of the calibration microphone for situation 1 (e.g. for the driver alone) is at the height of the driver's head. For situation 2, the calibration microphone is between the driver and passenger. For Situation 3, it is in the middle of the vehicle interior (left/right, front/back). Really quiet surroundings are required for the calibration. Any extraneous noise will distort the measured values.
Note: The sound radiating from the loudspeakers must not be obstructed by any objects. All the loudspeakers must be connected. The microphone must be connected to the unit. To calibrate an equalizer, You can select sound presets for the following music types. VOCAL (VOCL) DISCO (DISC) ROCK TECHNO (TECH) CLASSIC (CLAS) The settings for these music styles have already been programmed.
Selecting sound presets
Press the DEQ+ button 5. Press the softkey 4 assigned to
the USER display item.
the display item of the equalizer that you want to configure.
the PRE display item.
the AUTO display item. You will hear a test sound, and calibration takes place.
Select one of the presets using the
The car radio provides connections for connecting external amplifiers. You can also connect a subwoofer to the unit's integrated low-pass filter. In order for this to work, the amplifier and subwoofer must be connected in the manner described in the installation instructions. We recommend you use well-matched products from the Blaupunkt or Velocity product ranges.
EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES
External audio sources
In addition to the CD changer, you can also connect another external audio source equipped with a line output. The audio source can, for example, be a portable CD player, MiniDisc player or MP3 player. The AUX input must be activated in the setup menu. If you want to connect an external audio source, you will need an adapter cable. You can obtain this cable from a Blaupunkt dealer.
Output power: 4 x 26 watts sine in accordance with DIN at 14.4 V 4 x 50 watts max. power
Wavebands: FM : MW : LW : 87.MHz 531 1,602 kHz kHz
Switching the AUX input on/off Press the MENU button 8. Press the softkey 4 assigned to
FM frequency response: 30 - 16,000 Hz
the AUX1 or AUX2 display item for the input that you want to switch on/off. The AUX menu is displayed. Note: If a CD changer is connected, you cannot change the AUX1 input.
Frequency response: 30 - 20,000 Hz
4 channels: 4 V / 10 k
the ON or OFF display item to switch the input on/off. Note: If the AUX input is switched on it can be selected by pressing the SOURCE button ;.
Input sensitivity: 1.2 V / 10 k
Subject to changes! 61
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