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Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt. Remote control The optional RC 10, RC 10 H, and RC 08 remote controls allow you to control your car radios basic functions safely and conveniently. Amplifier Any Blaupunkt amplifier can be used.
KeyCard theft protection
A KeyCard is included with your car radio. The radio can also be operated with a second KeyCard. If one KeyCard becomes lost or damaged you can obtain a replacement through your Blaupunkt dealer. If you use two KeyCards, the settings of the first KeyCard are adopted by the first KeyCard. You can, however, store the following functions separately: station button allocation, bass, treble, balance and fader settings, loudness, traffic announcement volume, beep volume and equalizer adjustment. In addition to this, the last values selected for the waveband, station setting, traffic announcements, RDS, REG, scan time, search sensitivity, initial volume and SHARX are stored. This means that the basic settings you have selected are made as soon as the KeyCard is inserted.
Push the KeyCard with the carriage in
the direction of the arrow (2) carefully as far as the stop.
Close the control unit (arrow 3).
Note: If the wrong kind of card, such as a cashpoint card, is inserted into the device, Wrong KC will appear on the display. Remove the incorrect card, and insert a KeyCard that is known to the device.
Removing the KeyCard
In order to unlock the control unit
The control unit opens.
Push the card with the carriage to the
right as far as the stop.
Remove the card from the control unit. Close the control unit.
Note: In order to prevent theft, remove the KeyCard whenever you leave the vehicle, and leave the control unit opened. For reasons of safety the control unit must always be closed when the vehicle is moving.
Inserting the KeyCard
button, 1. The control unit opens.
If you no longer have a valid KeyCard for your device, and would like to train a new KeyCard
or button, 7, in order to switch between the settings ON and OFF. button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.
Press the OK button, 5, or the MENU
insert the new, unknown KeyCard into
Display Radio Passport Data
Using the supplied KeyCard you can show the Radio Passport data such as the device name, type number (7 6.) and the device number in the display.
SWITCHING ON AND OFF
Switching on and off
There are a number of methods for switching the device on or off.
Press the MENU button, 8. Press the or button, 7, until
LEARN KC appears in the display.
Switching on and off with the button 2
Press the main button, 2, to switch on.
The device switches on.
To switch off, hold the main button, 2,
pressed for longer than two seconds. The device switches off.
The Radio Passport data is shown on the display as moving text. To leave the menu
button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.
Switching on and off with the vehicle ignition
If the device is correctly connected to the vehicle ignition, and has not been switched off with the main button, 2, it is switched on and off along with the ignition. You can also switch the device on when the ignition is off.
Care of the KeyCard
The KeyCard can only function properly if the contacts are free from foreign particles. Avoid touching the contacts with your skin. If necessary, clean the KeyCard contacts using a lint-free cloth dipped in alcohol.
Press the main button, 2.
Note: In order to protect the vehicle battery, the device is automatically switched off after an hour if the vehicle ignition is off.
Switching on and off with the KeyCard
You can also switch the device on and off by inserting and removing the KeyCard, if the device was not previously switched off with the main button, 2. Read the chapter on KeyCard theft protection for information about inserting and removing the KeyCard.
The volume can be adjusted in steps from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum). You can reduce the level of the volume (mute) suddenly. Press the main button, 2. MUTE is shown on the display. Cancelling the mute
Adjusting the volume
To increase the volume, turn the volume
control to the right.
To reduce the volume, turn the volume
control to the left.
as is necessary for DIM DAY to appear in the display.
Adjusting the display
Night-time display brightness
This device is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many of the FM stations that can be received transmit a signal in addition to the program itself that contains information such as the name of the station and the type of program (PTY). As soon as it can be received, the name of the station is shown in the display. If desired, the program type can be displayed. You may read more about this in the section on Program Type (PTY).
Switching the RDS convenience function on and off In order to use the RDS convenience functions AF and REG
press the TUNE button, >, when the
radio is operating. The radio function menu is shown on the display.
Press the softkey, 4, indicating RDS.
The RDS convenience functions are active if RDS is displayed with light and shade reversed. REG ON or REG OFF is displayed briefly when the RDS convenience functions are switched on or off. To return to the basic radio menu
Switching on radio operation
If the radio is in one of the other operating modes
Press the TUNE button, >.
press the TUNE button, >, or wait for
eight seconds. The settings are then saved. Switching REG on and off In order to use the RDS convenience function REG
RDS convenience function (AF, REG)
The RDS convenience functions AF (alternative frequency) and REG (regional) extend the capabilities of your radio (only in FM radio operation). q AF: If the RDS convenience function has been activated, the device searches automatically in the background for the best frequency on which the set station can be received. q REG: Some stations divide their programs at certain times into regional programs with different content. The REG function prevents the car radio from switching to alternative frequencies that have a different regional program content. Note: REG must be separately activated or deactivated in the radio function menu.
Press the softkey, 4, indicating REG.
REG ON or REG OFF is displayed briefly when the REG function is switched on or off. To return to the basic radio menu
eight seconds. The settings are then saved.
This radio receives stations in the VHF (FM) waveband as well as MW and LW (AM) stations. Three memory levels are available for the FM waveband, and one memory level is available for each of the MW and LW bands. Six stations can be stored on each memory level. Selecting the FM memory level In order to switch between the FM memory levels You can also tune to the station manually.
Select waveband/memory level
Manual station tuning
Note: Manual station tuning is only possible if the RDS convenience function is deactivated. Browsing a chain of stations (FM only) If a station is providing several programs it is possible to browse through this chain of stations.
press the softkey, 4, indicating NEXT
as often as necessary for the desired memory level to be shown in the display. The memory levels are called up in the sequence FM I, FM II and FMT. Selecting the waveband In order to select one of the FM, MW or LW bands
or button, 7, in order to change to the next link in the station chain.
Note: In order to use this function, the RDS convenience function must be active. You can only change in this way to a station that you have already received once. To do this, use the Scan or Travelstore functions.
Adjusting the sensitivity of the station search
You can choose whether to search only for stations with strong signals, or whether weak stations should be included.
Press the softkey, 4, indicating BND
as often as necessary for the desired waveband to be shown in the display. To return to the basic radio menu
Press the TUNE button, >, or wait for
as is necessary for FM-SENS to appear in the display. The current value of the sensitivity is shown on the display. SENS 6 indicates the maximum sensitivity for the reception of distant transmitters, and SENS 1 indicates the lowest sensitivity.
Setting the station
There are a number of ways to set the station. Automatic station search
Adjust the desired sensitivity with the
The next station that can be received is tuned in.
Saving a station
Saving a station manually
Scanning through stations
Scanning through available stations (radio SCAN) You can listen to short samples from all the stations that can currently be received. The length of the samples can be set, in the menu, at between 5 and 30 seconds. Starting radio SCAN To start the radio scan
Press the softkey, 4, indicating PTY.
When PTY is switched on, the display briefly shows the last program type that was selected. PTY appears in the display. To return to the basic radio menu
Adjust the desired sampling time with
the < key, 7.
button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved. Note: The sampling duration that is selected is also applied to the scanning in CD, tape cassette, MiniDisc and CD changer operation (depending on how the radio is equipped).
eight seconds. The settings are then saved. Selecting the program type and starting the search
Program type (PTY)
As well as the station name itself, some FM stations also supply information about the type of program being transmitted. This information can be received and displayed by your radio. Examples of these program types could be: CULTURE TRAVEL JAZZ SPORT NEWS POP ROCK CLASSICS Using the PTY function it is possible to specifically select stations transmitting a particular program type. If you have started a PTY search, but no matching station is found, the search will be continued in the background.
The current program type is shown on the display. If you want to change to a different program type
or button, 7, as often as necessary, until the desired program type is displayed.
In order to select a saved program type,
press one of the softkeys, 4, indicating ST1 to ST6. The selected program type is briefly displayed. In order to start the search
The next receivable station with the selected program type is tuned in.
Note: If no station is found with the chosen program type, a beep is sounded, and the display briefly shows NO PTY. The tuner returns to the most recently received station. Storing the program type on the station button Adjusting HICUT
as is necessary for HICUT to appear in the display. or buttons, 7, in order to adjust the HICUT. NO HICUT means that the function is inactive, while HICUT 3 indicates the strongest automatic reduction of the treble and the interference.
Select a program type with the
In order to save a program type, hold
down one of the softkeys, 4, indicating ST1 to ST6, for more than one second. The program type is saved at the chosen location. Setting the PTY language You can select the language in which program types are displayed.
button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved. Bandwidth selection in the presence of interference (SHARX) The SHARX function provides you with the facility of eliminating interference from neighbouring stations as far as possible. Switch on the SHARX function when stations are crowded. Switching SHARX on and off
as is necessary for PTY LANG to appear in the display. or button, 7, in order to switch between the languages DEUTSCH, ENGLISH or FRANCAIS.
as is necessary for SHARX to appear in the display. or buttons, 7, in order to switch SHARX on or off. NO SHARX means that the function is not active, while SHARX ON means that the bandwidth selection is operating automatically.
Optimising radio reception
Treble cut in the presence of interference (HICUT) The HICUT function improves the sound when radio reception is poor. When interference is being received, the treble is automatically cut, which therefore also reduces the level of interference.
Switching between stereo and mono
When radio reception is poor you can switch the mode to mono. The changeover from stereo to mono is executed smoothly. The radio plays in stereo after being switched on. The selection of stereo or mono is made via the menu.
You car radio is equipped with an RDS-EON receiver. EON (Enhanced Other Network) stands for the broadcasting of station information within a broadcasting network. If a traffic announcement (TA) is made, your radio will tune automatically from a non-traffic-information station to a traffic-information station with the broadcasting network. The radio then reverts to the programme previously heard once the traffic announcement is over.
as is necessary for STEREO or MONO to appear in the display.
or button, 7, to choose between stereo and mono.
Switching traffic information priority on and off
Press the softkey, 4, indicating TA.
Traffic announcement priority is activated if TA appears with light and shade reversed. Note: You will hear a warning tone q if you leave the reception area of a traffic radio station to which you are listening, q if, when you are listening to a CD, tape cassette or MiniDisc (according to how the radio is equipped) the reception area of the selected traffic radio station, and the automatic search which then follows fails to find a new traffic radio station, q if you change from a traffic radio station to a station with no traffic information. Either switch off the traffic information priority or change over to a station with traffic information.
Changing the displayed information
You can select the information shown on the display. The upper display line (the headline) can display the station name, frequency or the program type. The lower display line (DOT field) can display the time or the memory level. Changing the headline
Hold down the DIS button, :, until the
desired information, i.e. the station name, frequency or program type, appears. Changing the DOT field
Hold down the DIS button, :, for longer than one second. The display switches between time and memory level.
Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements
Press the MENU button, 8. Press the or button, 7, until TA
VOLUME appears in the display.
You can use this equipment to play any standard MiniDisc.
Adjust the volume with the
7, or with the volume control.
Starting MiniDisc operation, Inserting MiniDisc
If there is no MiniDisc in the disc-drive: button, 1.
The console opens.
Gently push the MiniDisc with the printed side upwards into the drive until you feel it stop. The MiniDisc is automatically drawn into the disc-drive. This process should not be interfered with manually, neither hindered nor accelerated.
Gently close the console until you feel it
click into place. The MiniDisc menu appears, the disc begins to play. q If there is already a MiniDisc in the drive:
Press the MD button, <.
The MiniDisc menu appears and the disc begins playing exactly where it cut off.
button, 1. The console opens. button on the opened console. The MiniDisc ejects.
Carefully remove the MiniDisc.
Note: If you do not remove the MiniDisc within 30 seconds, it will be drawn back into the drive.
Press any arrow button, 7, until the
number of the track you wish to hear appears in the display. Press the or the button, 7, once to restart the track currently playing.
Press the softkey, 4, indicating RPT.
RPT TRCK appears briefly in the display. The track is repeated until RPT is deactivated. Ending REPEAT
Fast search (audible)
For a fast forward or reverse search,
Press softkey, 4, indicating RPT
again. RPT OFF appears briefly in the display. Playing continues as normal.
the fast forward or reverse search begins.
Changing display contents: MD text
During operation, you can choose between various display modes: q Track number and clock q Track number and playtime q MD text and playtime q MD text and clock. To switch between display modes:
Random track replay (MIX)
Press the softkey, 4, indicating MIX.
MIX MiniDisc appears briefly in the display. The next track played will be selected at random. Ending MIX
Press the softkey, 4, indicating MIX
again. MIX OFF appears briefly in the display.
Press the DIS button, :, until the information you require appears in the display. To activate/deactivate MD text (disc name and track name):
Use this function to hear the start of each track on the MD:
Hold down the DIS button, :, until
SCAN appears in the display. The start of each track is played in ascending order. Note: You can set the amount of each track played. Please read the section entitled Setting Scantime in the chapter entitled Radio Operation. Ending SCAN: Continue listening
MDTXT ON or NO MDTXT appears briefly in the display. Note: You can choose whether the MD text is displayed continually or just once when a new track begins or a new MD is inserted. Please read the section entitled Scrolling MD Text.
again The current track continues playing.
Hold down any arrow button, 7, until
Scrolling MD Text
You can choose whether the information stored on the MiniDisc (e.g. disc and tracks names) is displayed continually or just once when a new track begins or a new MD is inserted. Switching scrolling text on/off
Select your first favourite. Press the softkey, 4, indicating TPM
for longer than one second. TPM PROG appears briefly in the display. The track is added to the list of favourite tracks for that MD.
Repeat this procedure for your other favourite tracks. Switching playback of favourites on/off To play the programmed favourites for a given MD or to switch playback of favourites off:
Press the MENU button, 8. Using the / buttons, 7, select current status, either SCRL ON or SCRL OFF. , 7, to switch
or scrolling on or off.
Briefly press the softkey, 4, indicating
TPM. The current TPM status (TPM ON or TPM OFF) appears briefly in the display. If TPM playback is active, TPM is shown in the display with light and shade reversed. Removing tracks from the list To remove individual tracks from the list of favourites for a given MD:
Starting CD changer operation
Press the CDC button, =.
The CD changer menu is displayed, and play will continue from the point where it was last interrupted. If the magazine is removed from the CD changer and re-inserted, play will start with the first track on the first CD detected by the CD changer.
Selecting a CD
In order to change up or down to another CD, press the or button, 7, until the number of the CD you want appears on the display.
Selecting a track
In order to change up or down to another track on the current CD, press the or button, 7, until the number of the track you want appears on the display. If the button, 7, is pressed once the current track is started again.
Fast searching (audible)
In order to search rapidly backwards or forwards
hold down one of the
or buttons, 7, until the fast search backwards of forwards starts.
Changing the display contents
You can choose between different display modes during CD changer operation: q Display of CD number, track number and time. q Display of CD number, track number and playing time. q Display of CD name and track number. In order to play the tracks on all the inserted CDs in a random sequence
press the softkey, 4, indicating MIX
again. MIX MAG appears briefly on the display. Note: The CDC A 08 and the IDC A 09 will make random selections from all the CDs and all the tracks in the changer. All other changers will first play through all the tracks of one CD at random before moving on to the next CD in the changer. Ending MIX
In order to change between the display
modes, press the DIS button, :, as often as you need for the desired information to be shown on the display. Note: It is only possible for a CD name to be displayed if the inserted CD has been provided with a name. Read the section on Naming CDs.
as often as necessary for MIX OFF to be shown in the display.
Repeat play of individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT)
RPT TRCK appears briefly on the display.
Sampling all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)
In order to hear a short sample of all the tracks on all the inserted CDs in ascending order
press the softkey, 4, indicating SCA.
SCAN appears in the display. Ending SCAN In order to stop sampling the tracks
In order to repeat play of the whole CD,
press the softkey, 4, indicating RPT again. RPT DISC appears briefly on the display. Stopping REPEAT In order to stop repeating either the current track or the current CD
press the softkey, 4, indicating SCA
again. The track that is currently being sampled will continue to be played. Note: The duration of the samples can be adjusted. For information on setting the sampling duration, read the paragraphs on Adjusting the Sample Duration in the Radio Operation section.
press the softkey, 4, indicating RPT as
often as necessary for the RPT OFF to be shown in the display.
Playing tracks in random sequence (MIX)
In order to play the tracks on the current CD in a random sequence
press the softkey, 4, indicating MIX.
MIX CD appears briefly on the display.
In order to recognise your CDs more effectively, the car radio allows you to give individual names to up to 99 CDs. The names may have a maximum of seven characters. If you attempt to assign more than 99 names, the display will show FULL. Entering and changing CD names
After four seconds DELETING appears on the display.
Release the OK button 5.
The CD name has been deleted.
Press the MENU button, 8, or OK, 5.
Deleting all CD names
Press the MENU button, 8. Use the / buttons, 7, to select
Listen to a CD in CD changer mode. Press the MENU button, 8. Use the / buttons, 7, to select
The device is now in selection mode.
CLR ALL appears in the display.
Choose the CD that you want to name
with the / or buttons, 7. button, 7.
Hold down the OK button, 5.
The device enters edit mode. If your chosen CD is not yet named, seven underscores appear in the display. The current entry location blinks.
Release the OK button, 5.
All CD names have been cleared.
/ buttons, 7, to select your characters. If a location is to remain empty, select the underscore.
Programming favourite CD tracks
You can use the TPM function (Track Program Memory) to program, save and replay your favourite tracks from a particular CD. You can program the tracks in any order, but they will be played in ascending order. If favourite track play is active, only the tracks previously programmed will be played from the current CD. Up to 30 CDs with a maximum of 40 tracks on each can be handled. Programming favourite tracks Proceed as follows to program your favourite tracks on a CD:
or button, 7, to change the input location.
button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved. Deleting a CD name
Listen to the CD whose name is to be
or buttons, 7, to switch between the modes.
button, 7, as often as is necessary for CLK AUTO to appear in the display.
Having the time displayed constantly when the device is switched off
If you want the time to be displayed
when the device is switched of and the ignition is switched on, press the MENU button 8.
button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved. If CLK AUTO has been selected and a station with the RDS time function (RDS-CT) is received, the clock is automatically adjusted. Setting the time manually
or button, 7, as often as is necessary for CLK OFF or CLK ON to appear in the display.
In order to adjust the time, press the
MENU button, 8.
or button, 7, to switch between the display being ON or OFF. button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.
or button, 7, as often as is necessary for CLOCKSET to appear in the display. or button, 7.
The time is shown on the display. The hours blink and can be adjusted.
Adjust the hours with the
When the hours have been set, press
the button, 7. The minutes blink. 53
This device has a parametric digital equalizer. In this case, parametric means that in each of the three filters, one individual frequency can be emphasised or reduced (with a gain of +8 to -8 dB). The following filters are available: q LOW EQ 32 - 200 Hz q MID EQ 250- 1,600 Hz q HIGH EQ 2,000 - 12,500 Hz These filters can be set without using any measuring instruments. It allows the sound properties in the vehicle to be significantly affected.
Adjusting the equalizer
Press the DEQ button, 6. Select the LOW EQ, MID EQ or
HIGH EQ filter with the 7. button, 7. or button, or
To select the frequency, press the
Adjust the level with the or key, 7. In order to select the next filter, first
press the OK button, 5, then the button, 7. tings, press the DEQ button, 6. or
When you have completed all the set-
When setting the equalizer, we recommend you use a CD, cassette or MiniDisc (depending on your car radio) which you are familiar with. Before making any adjustments to the equalizer zero the tone settings and deactivate the loudness. For more information, read the section on Tone and volume.
Level meter / Spectrometer
or button, 7, as often as is necessary for PEAK ON or PEAK OFF to appear in the display.
Press the DEQ button, 6. Select PRESET with the or
Switching the spectrometer on and off
EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES
External audio sources
Instead of the CD-changer, you can connect an external audio source with line output. Such sources might be a portable CD player, a MiniDisc player or an MP3 player. The AUX input must be switched on in the menu. You need an adapter cable to connect an external audio source. You can obtain such a cable from your Blaupunkt dealer.
TMC for dynamic navigation systems
TMC means Traffic Message Channel. TMC is used to transmit traffic announcements digitally, and can therefore be used for route planning by suitable navigation systems. Your car radio has a TMC output that can be connected to Blaupunkt navigation systems. Your Blaupunkt dealer can tell you which navigation systems can be used with your car radio. If a navigation system is connected and a TMC station is received, TMC will light up in the display.
Switching the AUX input on and off
necessary for AUX OFF or AUX ON to appear in the display. If AUX ON is displayed, the input has already been switched on.
or buttons, 7, in order to switch AUX on or off. button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.
Note: If the AUX input is switched on it can be selected with the CDC button, =.
PRE-AMPLIFIER / SUBOUT
Pre-amplifier / subout
You can use the connections provided on your car radio to connect an external pre-amplifier and a subwoofer. We recommend that you use matching products from the Blaupunkt or Velocity ranges.
Output power: 4 x 25 Watt sine wave according to DIN at 14. 4 V 4 x 45 Watt max. power
Switch-on delay for external preamplifiers
To prevent speakers from crackling when you switch on the player, you can set a switch-on delay for all amplifiers connected to the Preamp Out connection. The maximum delay is four seconds.
Wavebands: VHF (FM) : MW : LW : 87.MHz 531 1,602 kHz kHz
as is necessary for AMP DLAY to appear in the display. or buttons, 7, in order to adjust the switch-on delay. DLAY OFF means that there is no switchon delay, while DELAY 1 to DELAY 4 indicate the delay time in seconds.
FM frequency response: 30 - 15,000 Hz
Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
4 V / 10 k
1,2 V / 10 k
Subject to technical change! 57
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.
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