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9 Display/Selection menu The selected mode of operation and the functions which can be selected appear in the display. It is possible to preselect colour, illumination and other settings. Refer to the operating instructions in the section on Display settings. : Display header Indicates the current selections, e.g. when operating the radio, the station, when operating the CD player, the CD functions.
Press / or << / >> to select TREBLE, BASS, FADER or BALANCE. If LOUDNESS is highlighted in the display, this means that this function is currently active. Switch it off by pressing the corresponding softkey again. Refer to the section on Programming with DSC VARIOUS to set the intensity. The settings for EQ (equalizer) and DNC are described separately.
CD eject Open/close panel. Eject/insert CD. / Softkeys Use these keys to select the functions appearing in the display (a new menu will appear). Other functions can be switched on/off (alternates between normal and highlighted display). to return to the previous (main) menu. Press EXIT
DSC main menu: Press S for approximately 1 second.: This activates the DSC MAIN MENU. Here you can adjust the programmable basic settings. For further information, read: Programming with DSC.
= Multi-functional rocker switch or remote control buttons (optional) Radio mode
CD changer mode (optional)
<</>> Switching between reception and memory table (preference menu) / Scrolling in the selected table up / down Using the remote control, you can select the following or previous station.
Select CD >> up << down Select track up: Press down: Press
briefly. two or more times in quick succession.
CUE - fast forward (audible): Hold pressed down. Restart same track: Press briefly. Review - fast reverse (audible): Hold pressed down.
Operating the CD player
Additional functions for the rocker switch: Other settings can be selected in combination with the S (select) key.
/ Select the track up / down is pressed only once, the track currently playing will If start again from the beginning. >> << Cue - fast forward, audible, hold >> pressed down Review - fast reverse, audible, hold << pressed down 8
> KeyCard anti-theft system You must insert the KeyCard in order to be able to operate this set.
Inserting the KeyCard While the KeyCard tongue is protruding out of its opening, insert the KeyCard into the slot with the contact area facing up. If necessary, press the KeyCard tongue to release it. Be sure to read the information in the section on the KeyCard anti-theft system. Flashing KeyCard tongue It is possible to program this unit so that the KeyCard tongue will flash when the set is switched off and the KeyCard has been removed. This flashing light indicates to thieves that it is useless to try and steal the set. The flashing light can be switched off if desired. For further information, read the section on Programming with DSC. ? SRC Remote control (optional) Press SRC as often as necessary in order to switch between the different operating modes for radio, CD player, CD changer (optional), AUX (if activated).
The KeyCard anti-theft system
One KeyCard is included with the set. You can, however, also use a second KeyCard with your set. You can purchase a second KeyCard at any specialised dealership.
Starting up the unit
Press ON to switch the set on. With the KeyCard tongue protruding out of its opening, insert the KeyCard into the slot with the contact area facing up. Make sure that the KeyCard is inserted properly. The car radio is now ready to operate. If a KeyCard which does not belong to the set is inserted, KEYCARD ERROR will appear in the display. Do not attempt to use the equipment in this case. After approximately 10 seconds the unit will switch off automatically. If you insert any other type of card (e.g. telephone or credit card) into the slot, the display will indicate THIS IS NO KEYCARD for approximately 2 seconds. Remove the incorrect card and insert the correct KeyCard into the unit. Following KEYCARD ERROR or THIS IS NO KEYCARD press ON to switch the unit on.
Removing the KeyCard
Press the KeyCard tongue. The KeyCard can now be removed. Pull the KeyCard out of the slot.
Training the second KeyCard / replacing the KeyCard
A KeyCard can be trained as an additional KeyCard if the unit is still being operated with the original KeyCard. If you want to train a second KeyCard: insert the original KeyCard and switch the unit on. Press S for approximately 1 second. DSC-MAIN MENU will appear in the display header.
Taking care of your KeyCard
In order to ensure that the KeyCard always functions correctly, it is important for the contacts to be free from any foreign particles. Avoid direct skin contact. If necessary, clean the KeyCard contacts using a cotton swab dipped in alcohol.
Detailed operating instructions
If the set is switched on for the first time or after the power supply has been disconnected, FIRST INSTALL will appear in the display header. Using this menu you can adjust the following settings: CLOCK Set the clock OWNER-ID AUX-IN Enter proof of ownership Activate AUX / Enter name of auxiliary equipment
FIRST INSTALL CLOCK OWNER-ID AUX-IN NORM SET EXIT
NORM SET Reset to original factory settings Press EXIT to exit the menu. You can activate this menu if you switch the radio off, then press down S and hold it while you switch the set on again. Setting the clock Press CLOCK. The current time will appear in the display header.
CLOCK - HOURS - MIN
12:27 HOURS + MIN + EXIT
Press - HOURS / HOURS + to alter the hours and - MIN / MIN + to alter the minutes. When you have completed the setting, press EXIT.
Entering OWNER ID On four lines (max. 64 characters) you can enter information as proof of ownership. OWNER-ID. OWNER-ID will appear in the display header. Press Press / to select the characters.
Press << / >> to select the entry position. If you are at one of the end positions (first or last character), you can move directly to the opposite end position by pressing << / >>. Press / in order to select the line. Press CLEAR to delete the entire entry. to exit the menu. The last setting will be stored automatically. Press EXIT
OWNER-ID ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ CLEAR EXIT
Activating AUX / Entering the name of the auxiliary equipment If you want to operate an additional piece of equipment, you must activate the AUX setting first. You can enter any name (max. 8 characters) for this equipment. Press AUX-IN. Press AUX. The function is activated when AUX is highlighted. AUX can now also be selected with the RC 07 remote control. Press AUX-NAME and enter the name of the auxiliary equipment, such as Walkman. Press / to select the characters.
FIRST INSTALL AUX AUX-NAME EXIT
Press << / >> to select the entry position. Press CLEAR to delete the entire entry. Press EXIT to exit the menu. The last setting will be stored automatically.
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Resetting to original factory settings Using NORM SET you can return all of the altered settings except for the current time to the original factory settings. Warning! You will delete all of the adjusted settings such as DSC, OWNER-ID, equalizer settings, preference tables, etc. If you want to reset all of the altered settings to the original factory settings, press NORM SET for approximately 4 seconds. The following message will appear in the display: PLEASE WAIT. ALL ADJUSTMENTS ARE SET TO DEFAULT VALUES. As soon as the FIRST INSTALL menu appears in the display, the settings have all been returned to the original factory settings. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
PLEASE WAIT ALL ADJUSTMENTS ARE SET TO DEFAULT VALUES
Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)
This radio is equipped to receive the following wavebands: FM, MW and LW. In combination with the two FM tuners, the Radio Data System guarantees excellent reception quality and more convenience when listening to the radio. RDS functions such as station recognition, including a regional identifier, and the display of the station name have become standard features. Using PTY (programme type identification) you can select which type of programme, e.g. news, sports, light classical music, etc., you would like to listen to. However, the PTY signal is not yet broadcast by all radio stations. During FM operation, the station names in the reception table indicate which stations you can tune into. Stations which do not transmit an RDS signal are listed at the bottom of the table along with their frequencies. The display header indicates the current status. You can use the softkeys to select the corresponding stations directly. It is possible to store a preference table (memory table) for each of the wavebands. These tables will display the stations you have stored.
Switching to the radio mode
Press TU (tuner). The TU main menu will appear in the display (radio menu). The display will indicate the status selected last.
Selecting the waveband
You must have the TU main menu in the display. Press TU once or repeatedly as necessary. Select the desired waveband with the corresponding softkey, e.g. select FM. The display will now show the reception table, i.e. all of the stations within reception range will be displayed for this waveband.
NDR 2 SEARCH BREMEN 3 HR 3 SCAN D-Radio NDR1 NDS BREMEN 1 NDR 2 BREMEN 2 NDR 3
NDR 2 92.10 SCAN LOCAL DX STORE EXIT
Start the manual station search by pressing << or >>, the frequency will move up or down in increments. If you hold << or >> down, then the frequencies will run through quickly.
. with SCAN The SCAN feature will briefly play all of the stations listed in the table displayed. FM SCAN If the reception table is displayed, all of the FM stations within reception range will be scanned. If the preference table is displayed (display header highlighted), all of the stored FM stations will be scanned. Start SCAN: Press SCAN. The display will indicate the station name, or if no RDS signal is received, the frequency of the station being scanned. SCAN will appear in the display header. End SCAN: Press EXIT MW/LW SCAN If the preference table is displayed (display header highlighted), all of the stored stations will be scanned. In the SEARCH menu it is possible to scan all of the stations currently within reception range. Select the corresponding menu. Select preference table: MW or Press TU,
S C A N
, the last station scanned will begin normal play.
756 FM MW LW
Select SEARCH menu: Press TU, MW or LW, SEARCH If no stations have been stored on the MW waveband it is not possible to select SEARCH. SCAN can only be used in the SEARCH menu. Start SCAN: SCAN. Press If no station is selected during the scanning process then the station that was selected originally will be played. End SCAN: Press EXIT
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FM stations Up to 16 FM stations from the reception table can be stored in the preference table. Select reception table to store stations: FM one after the other, the display header should not be Press TU and highlighted, if it is, switch by pressing << or >>. The stations within reception range will appear in the display.
756 SCAN LOCAL DX STORE EXIT
Store selected station: Press or for the station you wish to store, e.g. NDR 2, for approximately 1 second until you hear a beep. This station will be stored in the preference table. The stations will appear in the order in which they are stored. You will hear a double beep when the table is full. Then you have already stored 16 FM stations.
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Storing MW/LW stations Up to 8 MW stations from the search menu can be stored in the preference table. 8 LW stations have already been stored in the preference table. Select search menu to store stations: MW or LW, SEARCH Press TU, If no stations have been stored on the MW waveband it is not possible to select SEARCH. Select station with search or manually: Station search (up) or (down). manually >> (up) or << (down). The station currently received will appear in the display header. Store selected station: Press STORE for approximately 1 second until you hear a beep. STORE will disappear from the display when 8 stations have been stored.
Deleting stored station:
Select preference table. Press or for the station you wish to delete for approximately 4 seconds, until you hear a beep. This station will be deleted.
RDS information (RDS - Radio Data System)
RDS offers you more convenience when listening to FM radio. Most radio stations now transmit RDS information along with their regular programming. RDS offers you a number of interesting advantages:
If it is possible to identify a station, the station name including a regional identifier, if applicable, will appear in the display, for example, NDR1 NDS (regional programme in Lower Saxony, Germany).
If a station has been identified as an RDS station, the radio will automatically select the frequency with the best reception for the station selected. This means that you can drive all through northern Germany, for example, after selecting the station (e.g. NDR 2) you wish to listen to only once. You will hear this station in the best possible reception quality the entire time without having to adjust your set. If you leave the reception area for the station selected - you will notice a considerable decrease in reception quality - we recommend that you tune into a different station. A station which is not currently within your reception range will appear crossed out in the preference table. This station will be deleted from the reception table as soon as it is no longer within the radios reception range.
89.50 SEARCH HR 1 ---------HR 3 SCAN ANTENNE NDR2 MDR LIFE NDR1 NDS BROCKEN NDR 3
REG Regional programmes
At certain times of the day or on a permanent basis, certain radio stations divide their FM programmes into different regional programmes providing local information. You can select these regional programmes directly from the reception or preference table. If you are listening to a regional programme and wish to continue doing so then REGIONAL must be highlighted in the radios main menu. If the regional programme function has been activated, the radio optimises the reception only for the selected regional programme. If the radio cannot find an alternative frequency offering better better reception of the regional programme, the selected programme will continue to play even if the reception quality deteriorates. Switching the regional programme function on/off To switch the regional programme function on/off, you must activate the main radio menu. Depending on the situation press TU once or twice until FM is highlighted in the display. If REGIONAL is highlighted as well, the regional programme function has also been activated. To switch the regional programme function on/off, briefly. press REGIONAL Selecting a regional radio station If the regional programme function has been activated, a regional radio station will be displayed in the display header of the main radio menu as: NDR 1 NDS REG-E, for example.
Recalling stored traffic messages
Press TIM briefly or press SRC on the remote control for approximately 1 second. The display will indicate the recorded traffic messages T1 to T4 with each of the corresponding recording times. The messages will be played back automatically, starting with T4, T3, T2 and T1, depending on how many messages have been recorded. If no messages have been recorded, NO TIM MESSAGE will appear in the display panel. Calling up specific messages: You can call up any of the individual messages by pressing the corresponding key.
T4 T3 T2 T1
TIM NDR 2 08:27 CUE 08:00 REVIEW 07:27 07:01 EXIT
Fast forward or reverse in a message: Press and hold down CUE or REVIEW and you will be able to hear the message as it is fast forwarded or reversed. End playback: Playback will stop automatically after T1 has been played. You can end the playback immediately by pressing TIM, EXIT or SRC on the remote control.
TIM standby mode while the radio is switched off
The TIM standby mode is active if the display shows TIM ACTIVE after the radio has been switched off. In this case the radio will record all traffic bulletins broadcast by the tuned in station for three hours after the set has been switched off. During this period a motor antenna will remain fully extended. The set will also record the traffic information broadcast for 90 minutes before and after the programmed TIM times. During these periods a motor antenna will also remain out.
Switching the TIM standby mode on/off
Automatically: The TIM standby mode will switch off automatically if the car radio is not turned on within 72 hours. Switching the set back on re-activates the standby function.
Manually: Select the TIM menu by pressing TIM for approximately 1 second while the radio is switched on. Press ACTIVE to switch the TIM standby mode on or off. If ACTIVE is not highlighted, then the TIM standby mode is switched off. In this case, a motor antenna will retract when the radio is switched off.
Your motor antenna may be damaged in a car wash If your vehicle is equipped with a motor antenna, it will remain fully extended if the TIM timer is active when the radio is switched off. The antenna may also come out inside the car wash even if the set is turned off but the TIM timer active. This can cause serious damage! Please read the next section for more information on how to interrupt the TIM standby mode temporarily before driving into a car wash.
Temporarily interrupting the TIM standby mode (before driving into a car wash)
Switch off the radio before driving into the car wash. If the display switches off immediately, the TIM standby mode is inactive and the motor antenna will retract. You can now drive into the car wash. However, if TIM ACTIVE lights up briefly in the display panel when the set is turned off, the TIM standby mode is active. Press TIM.
This CD has been deleted in the TPM memory. c) Deleting the TPM memory for all of the CDs: TPM CLR for approximately 8 seconds. TPM DISC CLRD Press will appear in the display header. You will hear a beep at the same time.
All of the CDs have been deleted in the TPM memory.
TPM DISC CLRD MIX CD NAME SCAN REPEAT TPM TPM CLR
Giving CDs a name (CDC NAME)
You can allocate names to 99 CDs. The CD that you wish to name must be inserted in the player. Start entry: Press CD NAME Press /
. 8 dashes will appear in the display header.
to select a character.
Press << / >> to select the entry position. In this way you can select up to 8 characters. Press CLEAR to delete the entry.
Complete the entry: Press EXIT. The entry will be stored automatically. Proceed as described above with the CDs you wish to name. You can alter the name by entering other characters and storing them (overwrite).
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Deleting the name of a CD (CD NAME)
Insert the CD whose name you wish to delete. Press CD NAME. The name of the CD will appear in the display header.
Press CLEAR. The name will be deleted. Proceed in the same way for all of the CDs whose names you wish to delete. You can delete the name and the TPM memory of a CD at the same time. If necessary, refer to Programming with DSC - CD CLEAR. Complete the entry: Press EXIT.
Selecting the display mode (TRACK/TIME)
You can select the display mode of the display header for CD playback, if you have named the CD before. TRACK TIME the track number, e.g. TR 10 will appear in the display. the time a track has played, e.g. 2:32 will be displayed in minutes.
VIVALDI MIX SCAN REPEAT TPM TPM CLR
TR 08 CD NAME TIME
Switching between display modes: Press TRACK or TIME.
Operating a CD changer (optional)
This car stereo offers you convenient control of a Blaupunkt CD changer CDCF 07. This changer is not included with the car radio equipment and is available for purchase from any specialised dealer. Note: Use only perfectly circular CDs. CDs manufactured in the shape of a butterfly or a beer mug, for example, are not suitable for use with this equipment. Using such CDs can very likely result in the destruction of the CD and the CD drive. We assume no responsibility for damages caused by using unsuitable CDs.
Switching to the CD changer mode
A magazine containing at least one CD must be inserted correctly. Press CDC. The display header will indicate the CD and the track number of the song currently playing. Depending on the situation, the display will indicate a) the occupied and empty slots in the magazine b) the changer functions such as MIX, SCAN, REPEAT, TPM, TPM CLR, CDC NAME , TIME. To switch press CDC.
DISC DISC DISC DISC DISC DISC
TR 08 DISC 06 DISC 07 DISC 08 EMPTY EMPTY
DISC 05 MIX SCAN REPEAT TPM TPM CLR
TR 08 CDC NAME TIME
Selecting a CD and a track
The display header will indicate the current selection.
Selecting a CD up down You can also select a CD directly by pressing the corresponding softkey Selecting a track up: press briefly. CUE - fast forward (audible): hold pressed down. down: press twice or several times in quick succession. To restart the track currently playing: press once. REVIEW - fast reverse (audible): hold pressed down. /.
CD tracks can also be played back in random order. Select the menu for the changer functions. If necessary, press CDC. Press MIX repeatedly until the function you wish to select appears briefly in the display header.
The tracks of the selected CD will be played back in random order. The next discs will be selected in numerical order. The tracks on these CDs will be played in random order. All of the tracks on all of the CDs in the magazine will be played in random order. The mix function has been deactivated. MIX is no longer highlighted in the display. CDs and their tracks will be played in numerical order.
MIX MAG MIX OFF
MIX DISC MIX CDC NAME SCAN TIME REPEAT TPM TPM CLR
Scan the tracks of all of the CDs. Select the changer functions menu. If necessary,
Start SCAN: Press SCAN. The function has been activated when a highlighter bar marks SCAN in the display. The tracks on all of the CDs will be played briefly in ascending order. The scan time can be altered (see Programming with DSC - VARIOUS, SCANTIME). End SCAN: Press SCAN. The track scanned last will now play. The SCAN function will also end if you press TU, CD, AUX, S, << / >> or /.
SCAN TR 09 MIX CDC NAME SCAN TIME REPEAT TPM TPM CLR
Repeat a CD or a track (REPEAT)
You can repeat any CD or track (continuously). Select the changer functions menu. If necessary, press CDC. Press REPEAT until the desired function appears briefly in the display header.
REPEAT TRACK MIX CDC NAME SCAN TIME REPEAT TPM TPM CLR
REPEAT TRACK The track selected will repeat (continuously). REPEAT DISC REPEAT OFF The CD selected will repeat (continuously). REPEAT has been switched off. REPEAT is no longer highlighted in the display. CDs and tracks will play back in numerical order.
Track programme memory To store and play back favourite CD tracks. It is possible to catalogue up to 99 CDs with a maximum of 20 tracks each. The set ist equipped with a central memory. The TPM programming applies to both the CD and the CDC mode. To store, select the changer functions menu. If necessary, press CDC. Storing a track with TPM The TPM function must be switched off (TPM is not highlighted in the display). If necessary, switch TPM on/off by pressing TPM. /. The CD and the
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Select the CD and the track by pressing << / >> and track number will appear in the display header.
Press TPM until you hear a beep. The track has been stored. TPM PROGRAMMED will appear in the display header. Select the next track and store it by pressing TPM etc., as described above. You can store tracks at any time while they are being played. Both TPM and SCAN must be switched off. CD playback with TPM The TPM function must be switched on (TPM appears highlighted in the display). The tracks stored with TPM will be played in ascending order. Any tracks which have not been stored will be skipped. If a CD without TPM is selected while TPM is active, then NO TPM ON DISC will appear in the display header. This CD will be played back normally. TPM will be active again for the next CD selected automatically.
TPM PROGRAMMED MIX CDC NAME SCAN TIME REPEAT TPM TPM CLR
Using TPM CLR (clear) you can delete individual tracks, all of the tracks on one CD, all of the tracks on the magazine currently inserted or all of the magazines. If the TPM memory is empty, NOT MEMORIZED will appear in the display header. Select the changer functions menu. If necessary, press CDC. a) Deleting the TPM memory for one track: Select the track by pressing /. Press TPM CLR for approximately 1 second. TPM TRACK CLRD will appear in the display header. You will hear a beep at the same time.
TREBLE +5 TREBLE EQ DNC BASS FADER BALANCE EXIT LOUDNESS
Adjusts the low bass frequencies for a more natural sound. Switching Loudness on/off: Press S briefly. If LOUDNESS is highlighted, this function is active. Switch it off by pressing LOUDNESS. The currently selected mode will appear in the display header. You can adjust the intensity with Programming with DSC VARIOUS, LOUDNESS.
LOUDNESS ON TREBLE EQ DNC BASS FADER BALANCE EXIT LOUDNESS
DNC Dynamic Noise Covering
With the help of DNC it is possible to enjoy the same volume while driving that you find pleasant in the stationary vehicle. The volume is increased at different rates for different frequency bands, depending on the noise in the moving vehicle. In this way, the volume and the sound balance remain pleasant to the ear, regardless of whether the vehicle noise increases or decreases. Noise of very short duration, e.g. crossing railway tracks, is ignored.
For DNC to operate correctly, it is necessary to first perform a calibration procedure with the help of a microphone. Using the enclosed self-adhesive Velcro tape, install the microphone permanently in the immediate vicinity of the console, but not close to sources of noise such as heating vents and air-conditioning. The mouth of the microphone must face into the passenger area. Select a quiet area for the calibration and switch the engine off. Press S briefly. Press DNC for approximately 1 second. DNC-ADJUST will appear in the display header. The DNC calibration procedure has begun and will run through automatically. You can abort the procedure by pressing STOP. As soon as DNC-ADJUST READY appears in the display, the calibration procedure has been completed.
Adjusting DNC sensitivity
You can select three different levels for adjusting the volume: DNC-LEVEL LOW, -MID, -HIGH. Select DNC-LEVEL LOW if the vehicle is loud and the music has a distinct bass sound. Select DNC-LEVEL HIGH if the vehicle is quiet and you play a lot of classical music. Try out the different levels to find out which one you find the most pleasant. Press S briefly. Then press DNC. The level selected will appear in the display header.
- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- NEXT 63 HZ EXIT
Programming with DSC
The car radios have been pre-programmed at the factory. Using the DSC (Direct Software Control) MAIN MENU you can customise certain settings and functions to suit your own personal needs and preferences. If you wish to alter any of the programming, press S for approximately 1 second. DSC-MAIN MENU will appear in the display header. Select a sub-menu, e.g. TUNER. A list of the DSC functions which can be altered in the TUNER MENU will appear in the display. Adjust the settings by pressing << / >> or pear in the display header. TUNER TIM TIME TA VOL /. The new settings will ap-
Set TIM times. Refer to Traffic Memo (TIM). Set the volume for traffic messages. If VOL +00 is set, the music or radio will playback at the last volume setting selected. Select PTY language: GERMAN, ENGLISH, FRENCH. Sound adjustment for voice programmes In future many RDS radio stations will differentiate between music and speech programmes. You can alter the tone for speech programmes from M/S-LEVEL 0. 4. LEVEL 0: Music/speech off
DSC-TUNER MENU TIM TIME S-LO TA VOL S-DX PTY-LANG TABLE SPEECH EXIT ST NAME
LEVEL 1: Linear reproduction (bass, treble and Loudness set to 0). Equalizer settings remain the same. LEVEL 2-4: Different settings for volume, bass and treble with the Loudness switched off. Equalizer settings remain the same. Try out which SPEECH setting you like most. ST NAME Appears only during radio operation. Allocate a name to the radio station (not for RDS stations). Set the station search sensitivity for local radio stations LO 1 - high sensitivity LO 3 - normal sensitivity Set the station search sensitivity for distant radio stations DX 1 - high sensitivity DX 3 - normal sensitivity Set the size of the station table, depending on the sensitivity TABLE SIZE 1 longest station table (all stations within reception range) TABLE SIZE 3 shortest station table (stations with strong reception signals only)
Appears only when the DSC MAIN MENU is called up while the CD player or changer is in operation. It is possible to delete both the name and the TPM title of a CD at the same time. CLEAR - delete PREV CD - select previous CD NEXT CD - select next CD. Adjust the colour of the display. GREEN / ORANGE Set the angle of the display to your individual needs from -3, 0, +3. Choose the best setting. You can set the brightness of the display from 1 to 15. You can select two different settings for day and night. Selecting the night brightness: Switch on the vehicle lights and programme the brightness setting. The car radios lighting connector must be hooked up to the vehicles electric system for this to function properly. Select whether the characters in the display should appear positively or negatively. ALWAYS POSITIVE The characters will always appear positively. ALWAYS NEGATIVE The characters will always appear negatively.
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