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Radio CD MP3 WMA

Orlando MP46

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Operating instructions

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Controls

1 On/Off button Short press: Mutes the device. Long press: Switches the device off. 2 button to open the ip-release control panel.
8 DISPL button Short press: Briey displays alternative display contents (e.g. time). Long press: Changes display contents. 9 MENU button Short press: Calls up the menu for basic settings. Long press: Starts the Scan function. : Arrow buttons ; Buttons 1 - 6 < button (Eject) for removing a CD from the device.
3 Volume control 4 SOURCE button to switch sources between radio, CD, CD changer (if connected) and AUX. 5 AUDIO button to adjust bass, treble, middle, subout, balance and fader. Switching X-BASS on/off and adjusting it. Selects an equalizer presetting. 6 BNDTS button Short press: Selects the FM memory banks and the MW and LW wavebands. Long press: Starts the Travelstore function. 7 TRARDS button Short press: Switches trafc information standby on/off. Long press: Switches convenient RDS function on/off.

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Contents

Notes and accessories.. 43 Disposal of old unit (EU countries only). 43 Installation. 43 Optional equipment(not part of the scope of delivery). 43 Detachable control panel.. 44 Theft protection.. 44 Detaching the control panel. 44 Attaching the control panel. 45 Switch-off time (OFF TIMER). 45 Switching on/off.. 46 Adjusting the volume.. 46 Setting the power-on volume. 46 Quickly reducing the volume (Mute). 47 Telephone Audio/Navigation Audio. 47 Switching the conrmation beep on/off.. 48 Automatic Sound.. 48 Radio mode.. 49 Adjusting the tuner.. 49 Switching to radio mode.. 49 Convenient RDS functions (AF, REG). 49 Selecting the waveband/ memory bank.. 50 Tuning into a station.. 50 Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning.. 51 Storing stations.. 51 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 51 Listening to stored stations. 52 Scanning receivable stations (SCAN).52 Setting the scanning time. 52 Programme type (PTY). 52 Optimising radio reception. 54 Conguring the display. 54
Trafc information.. 55 Switching trafc information priority on/off. 55 Setting the volume for trafc announcements.. 55 CD mode... 56 Switching to CD mode.. 56 Selecting tracks.. 56 Fast track selection. 56 Fast seek tuning (audible).. 57 Random track play (MIX).. 57 Scanning tracks (SCAN). 57 Repeating tracks (Repeat).. 57 Interrupting playback (PAUSE). 57 Conguring the display. 58 Displaying CD text. 58 Trafc announcements in CD mode. 58 Ejecting a CD.. 59 MP3/WMA mode.. 59 Preparing an MP3 CD. 59 Switching to MP3 mode. 61 Conguring the display. 61 Conguring the MP3 scrolling texts. 61 Selecting a directory.. 62 Selecting tracks/les.. 63 Fast seek tuning(not in MP3 browse mode). 63 Random track play MIX (not in MP3 browse mode). 63 Scanning tracks SCAN (not in MP3 browse mode). 63 Repeating individual tracks or whole directories REPEAT (not in MP3 browse mode). 64 Interrupting playback (PAUSE). 64

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ENGLISH
CD changer mode.. 65 Switching to CD changer mode. 65 Selecting CDs.. 65 Selecting tracks.. 65 Fast seek tuning (audible).. 65 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT).. 65 Random track play (MIX).. 65 Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN).66 Interrupting playback (PAUSE). 66 Clock time.. 66 Displaying the time. 66 Setting the time.. 66 Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode. 67 Displaying the time continuously when the device is off and the ignition is on.. 67 Briey displaying time with switched-off device. 67 Sound.. 68 Adjusting the bass.. 68 Adjusting the middle.. 68 Adjusting the treble. 68 Setting the left/right volume distribution (balance). 69 Adjusting the front/rear volume distribution (fader). 69 Preamplier output (Preamp-Out/Sub-Out).. 69 Adjusting the sub-out level. 69 Adjusting the sub-out cut-off frequency.. 69 X-BASS.. 70 Adjusting the X-BASS boost. 70 Equalizer presettings (Presets). 71

Detaching the control panel
u Press the button 2. The control panel opens out towards you. u Hold the control panel by its right side and then pull the control panel straight out of the bracket.

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Notes: The device is switched off after a time preset by you. For further details, please read the section "Switch-off time (OFF TIMER)" in this chapter. All the current settings are saved. Any CD already inserted in the device remains there.
Switch-off time (OFF TIMER)
After opening the control panel, the device is switched off after an adjustable time. You can set this time from 0 to 30 seconds. u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "VARIOUS MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until the displays shows "OFF TIMER". u Set the time with the or button :. When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button 9 three times. Note: If you set the switch-off time to 0 seconds, the device is switched off immediately after opening the control panel.
Attaching the control panel
u Hold the control panel approximately at a right angle to the device. u Slide the control panel into the devices guides that are positioned on the left and right at the lower edge of the housing. Push the control panel carefully into the bracket until it clicks into place. u Carefully ip up the control panel until it clicks into place.
If the device was still switched on when you detached the control panel, it will automatically switch on with the last setting activated (radio, CD, CD changer or AUX) when the panel is replaced.

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Switching on/off

Volume

There are various ways of switching the device on/off: Switching on/off using button 1 u To switch on the device, press button 1. The device switches on. u To switch off the device, press and hold down button 1 for longer than two seconds. The device switches off. Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition The device will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition if the device is correctly connected to the vehicles ignition as shown in the installation instructions and you did not switch the device off by pressing button 1. Switching the device on/off using the detachable control panel u Detach the control panel. The devices switches off after the time set in the "OFF TIMER" menu. u Attach the control panel again. The device switches on. The last setting (radio, CD, CD changer or AUX) is reactivated. Note: To protect the vehicle battery, the device will switch off automatically after one hour if the ignition is off.

Six stations can be stored in each memory bank. To switch between the FM memory banks (FM1, FM2 and FMT) and the MW and LW wavebands, u briey press the BNDTS button 6.

Tuning into a station

There are various ways of tuning into a station. Automatic station seek tuning u Press the or button :. The radio tunes into the next receivable station. Tuning into stations manually You can also tune into stations manually. Note: You can only tune into stations manually if the convenient RDS function is deactivated. To change the set frequency in small increments, u briey press the or button :. To change the set frequency quickly, u press and hold down the or button : for a longer period of time.
Selecting the waveband/memory bank
This device can receive programmes broadcast over the FM frequency range as well as the MW and LW (AM) wavebands. There are three memory banks available for the FM waveband (FM1, FM2 and FMT) and one for each of the MW and LW wavebands.

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Browsing through broadcasting networks (FM only) If a radio station provides several programmes, you have the option of browsing through its so-called "broadcasting network". Note: The convenient RDS function must be activated before you can use this feature. u Press the or button : to change to the next station of the broadcasting network. Note: When using this feature, you will only be able to switch to stations that you have received once before already. To receive the stations, use the Scan or Travelstore function.
Note: The device stores the sensitivity value set in the respective FM and AM waveband.

Storing stations

Storing stations manually u Select the desired memory bank (FM1, FM2, FMT) or one of the wavebands (MW or LW). u Tune into the desired station. u Press and hold down one of the station buttons 1 - 6 for longer than two seconds to assign the station to that button.
Setting the sensitivity of station seek tuning
You can choose whether the radio should only tune into stations providing good reception or whether it can also tune into those with a weak reception. u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "TUNER MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "SENS HI" or "SENS LO" appears on the display. The display shows the currently set sensitivity level. "SENS HI3" means that the tuner is set to the highest sensitivity setting. "SENS

Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can automatically store the six stations offering the strongest reception in the region (FM only). 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. u Press and hold down the BNDTS button 6 for longer than two seconds. 51

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LO1" means it is set to the lowest sensitivity setting. u Set the desired sensitivity with the or button :. When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button twice 9.
The storing procedure begins. "FM TRAVELSTORE" appears on the display. After the process has completed, the radio will play the station that is stored in memory location 1 of the FMT memory bank.
Setting the scanning time
u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "VARIOUS MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "SCAN TIME" appears on the display. u Set the desired scan time with the or button :. When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button 9 three times. Note: The dened scanning time is also applied by the system to scanning carried out in CD and CD changer mode.
Listening to stored stations
u Select the memory bank or waveband. u Press one of the station buttons 1 - 6 ;. The stored station is played if it can be received.
Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)
You can use the scan function to play all the receivable stations briey. You can set the scanning time in the menu to between 5 and 30 seconds. Starting SCAN u Press and hold down the MENU button 9 for longer than two seconds. Scanning begins. "SCAN" appears briey on the display followed by a ashing display of the current station name or frequency. Cancelling the SCAN and continuing to listen to a station u Press the MENU button 9. Scanning stops and the radio continues playing the station that it tuned into last.

Programme type (PTY)

Besides transmitting the station name, some FM stations also provide information on the type of programme that they are broadcasting. Your car radio can receive and display this information. For example, the programme types can be: CULTURE TRAVEL JAZZ SPORT SERVICE POP ROCK KNOWLEDGE KIDS You can use the PTY function to select stations of a particular programme type.

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PTY-EON If you specify the programme type and start seek tuning, the radio will switch from the current station to a station of the selected programme type. Notes: If the tuner does not nd a station that corresponds to the selected programme type, you will hear a beep and "NO PTY" appears briey in the display. The radio will then retune to the station that it received last. If the tuned radio station or another station on the broadcasting network broadcasts your selected programme type at a later point in time, the radio will automatically switch from the currently tuned station or from CD mode or CD-changer mode to the station whose programme type matches the one you selected. If you do not want this PTY EON switching, disable it in the menu with "PTY OFF". First, press one of the SOURCE 4 or BNDTS buttons 6. Switching PTY on/off u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "TUNER MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. PTY and the current setting appear in the display. u Press the or button : to switch PTY ON or OFF.

Treble reduction feature during interference (High Cut) The High Cut function results in an improved reception in case of weak radio reception (FM only). If reception interferences are present, the interference level is automatically reduced. Switching High Cut on/off u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "TUNER MENU" appears on the display. u Press the button : to open the menu.

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Trafc information

Your device is equipped with an RDS-EON receiving unit. EON (Enhanced Other Network) ensures that whenever a trafc announcement (TA) is broadcast, the system switches automatically from a station that does not provide trafc reports to the appropriate trafc information station within the broadcasting network that does. Once the trafc announcement has been played, the system will switch back to the programme that you were listening to before.
Setting the volume for trafc announcements
u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "VOLUME MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "TA VOLUME" appears on the display. u Set the volume using the or button :. To help you adjust the setting more easily, the device will increase or decrease the volume as you make your changes. When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button 9 three times. Notes: Using the volume control 3, you can also adjust the volume during a trafc announcement for the duration of that announcement. You can adjust the sound settings and volume distribution settings for trafc announcements. For further details, please read the "Sound" chapter.
Switching trafc information priority on/off
u Press the TRARDS button 7. The priority for trafc announcements is activated if the display shows the trafc jam symbol. Notes: You will hear a warning beep, if you leave the reception area of a trafc information station that you are currently listening to. if you leave the reception area of a trafc information station that the system is tuned into while listening to a CD or a CD in the changer, and the subsequent automatic seek tuning cannot nd a new trafc information station. if you retune the radio from a trafc information station to a station that does not broadcast trafc information. If you hear the warning beep, you can either switch off trafc information priority or tune into a station that broadcasts trafc information.

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CD mode
You can use this device to play standard audio CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs with a diameter of 12 cm. To avoid problems when playing self-burned CDs, you should not burn CDs at speeds greater than 16-speed.

Trafc announcements in CD mode
If you wish to receive trafc announcements in CD mode, u press the TRARDS button 7. The priority for trafc announcements is activated if the display shows the trafc jam symbol. For further details, please read the chapter entitled "Trafc information".

Displaying CD text

Some CDs include CD text. The CD text might contain the names of the artist, album and tracks. This CD text is displayed in the second line of the display. The CD text is shown as scrolling text on the display with every track change.

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MP3/WMA mode

Ejecting a CD
u Press the button 2. The control panel opens out towards you. u Press the eject button < next to the CD slot. The CD is ejected. u Remove the CD and close the control panel. Notes: If a CD is ejected, the drive will automatically draw it back in again after 10 seconds. You can also eject CDs whilst the device is switched off or whilst another audio source is activated.
You can also use this car sound system to play CD-Rs and CD-RWs that contain MP3 music les. You can also play WMA les. The operation for playing MP3 and WMA les is identical. Notes: WMA les with Digital Rights Management (DRM) from online music shops cannot be played with this device. WMA les can only be played back safely if they were created with Windows Media-Player version 8.

Preparing an MP3 CD

The various combinations of CD burners, CD burning software and CD blanks may lead to problems arising with the devices ability to play certain CDs. If problems occur with your own burned CDs, you should try another brand of CD blank or choose another colour of CD blank. The format of the CD must be ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2 or Joliet. Other formats cannot be played reliably. You can create a maximum of 252 directories on a CD. You can use this device to access directories individually. Regardless of the number of directories on the CD, the device can handle up to 999 MP3 les on a single CD, with a maximum of 255 les in one directory.

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This device supports as many subdirectories as your burner software can create despite the fact that the maximum directory depth dened by the ISO 9660 standard is only 8.
D01 D02 D03 T001 T002 T003 T004 T005 T001 T002 T003 T004 T005 T006
A Directories B Tracks Files You can name each directory using a PC. The device is capable of displaying the directory name. Name the directories and tracks/les using your CD burner software. The softwares instruction manual will provide details on how to do this. Note: When naming directories and tracks/ les you should avoid using accents and special characters.

Conguring the MP3 scrolling texts
One of the following scrolling texts is shown once on the display with every track change. Afterwards, the congured standard display is shown. The available scrolling texts are: Directory name ("DIR NAME") Name of the track ("SONG NAME") Name of the album ("ALBM NAME") Name of the artist ("ARTIST") File name ("FILE NAME") Note: Artist, track and album name are a component of the MP3 ID tag of version 1 and can only be displayed if they were stored with the MP3 les. For further details, please read the instructions of your PC MP3 software or burner software. 61

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To switch between the different display options, u press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "VARIOUS MENU" appears on the display. u Press the button : to open the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "MP3 DISP" appears on the display. u Press the button : to open the menu. u Select the desired MP3 scrolling text with the or button :. When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button 9 three times. Note: The "MP3 DISP" menu item is available only during the playback of a CD with MP3/WMA les.
Note: The device will automatically skip any directories that do not contain MP3 les. The device will automatically correct the number of directories for the display. This number might therefore no longer be identical to the number of directories that you actually created. Selecting the directory in browse mode You can display the current and subsequent directories on the three lines of the display. The directories are displayed with the names that you created when burning the CD. Whilst the directories are being displayed, you can use the arrow buttons to display and select all the available directories. u During MP3 playback, press the DISPL button 8 repeatedly until the MP3 browse mode appears on the display. The track list of the current directory is displayed. u Press the button : to switch to the directory level. u Press the or button to display the directories of the CD. If you want to select a directory, u press the button :. The selected directory is opened. The tracks contained in the directory are displayed in browse mode.

Selecting a directory

(not in MP3 browse mode) To play the current track repeatedly, u briey press the 4 RPT button ;. "REPEAT TRACK" and REPEAT appear briefly on the display. To repeat the whole directory, u press the 4 RPT button ; for longer than two seconds. "REPEAT DIRECTORY" and REPEAT appear briey on the display. Cancelling Repeat To stop the current track or current directory from being repeated, u briey press the 4 RPT button ;. "REPEAT OFF" appears briey on the display and REPEAT disappears.

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CD changer mode
Note: Information on handling CDs, inserting CDs and operating the CD changer can be found in the operating instructions supplied with your CD changer.
Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT)
To repeat the current track, u briey press the 4 RPT button ;. "REPEAT TRACK" and REPEAT appear briefly on the display. To repeat the current CD, u press and hold down the 4 RPT button ; for longer than two seconds. "REPEAT DISC" and REPEAT appear briey on the display. Cancelling Repeat To stop the current track or current CD from being repeated, u briey press the 4 RPT button ;. "REPEAT OFF" appears briey and REPEAT disappears.
Switching to CD changer mode
u Press the SOURCE button 4 repeatedly until "CHANGER" appears on the display. The device starts playing the rst CD that the CD changer detects.

Selecting CDs

To move up or down to another CD, u press the or button : once or several times. Note: The device will ignore empty CD slots in the changer and slots containing invalid CDs.
To play the tracks on the current CD in random order, u briey press the 5 MIX button ;. "MIX DISC" appears briey and MIX is shown on the display. To play the tracks on all inserted CDs in random order, u press and hold down the 5 MIX button ; for longer than two seconds. "MIX ALL" appears briey and MIX lights up on the display.
To move up or down to another track on the current CD, u press the or button : once or several times.

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Clock time

Cancelling MIX u Briey press the 5 MIX button ;. "MIX OFF" appears and MIX on the display disappears.

Displaying the time

To briey display the time, u press the DISPL button 8 for longer than two seconds. The time briey appears on the display.
Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)
To scan (briey play) all the tracks on all the inserted CDs in ascending order, u press the MENU button 9 for longer than two seconds. The display shows "SCAN TRACK". The CD number and the track number are displayed next. The track number ashes. Stopping Scan To stop scanning, u briey press the MENU button 9. The currently played track will then continue to be played normally. Note: You can set the scanning time. For further information, please read the section entitled "Setting the scanning time" in the "Radio mode" chapter.

Setting the time

To set the time, u press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "CLOCK MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "CLOCK SET" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. The time appears on the display. The hours and minutes can be adjusted. u Set the time using the or button :. To switch between hours and minutes, u press the or button :. When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button 9 three times.

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Selecting 12/24-hour clock mode
u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "CLOCK MENU" appears on the display. u Press the button : to open the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "24 HR MODE" or "12 HR MODE" appears on the display. u Press the or button : to switch between modes. When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button twice 9.
When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button twice 9.
Briey displaying time with switched-off device
To briey display the time when the device is switched off, u press the DISPL button 8. The time appears on the display for approx. 8 seconds.

Displaying the time continuously when the device is off and the ignition is on
To display the time when the device is off and the vehicle ignition is on, u press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "CLOCK MENU" appears on the display. u Press the button : to open the menu. "CLOCK ON" or "CLOCK OFF" appears on the display. u Press the or button : to switch the display between ON and OFF.

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You can perform the sound settings (bass, middle, treble and sub-out) separately for every source (radio, CD, CD changer, AUX, trafc announcement and telephone/navigation). The volume distribution settings (balance and fader) apply to all the audio sources. Note: The settings of the sound for trafc announcements and telephone/navigation can only be made during a trafc announcement or a telephone call/ voice output.

Adjusting the middle

You can select 1 of 4 centre frequencies (500 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz, 3 kHz). In addition, you can adjust the level between 7 for the selected centre frequency. Adjusting centre frequency and level u Press the AUDIO button 5. "BASS" appears on the display. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "MIDDLE" appears on the display. u Press the or button : once to reach the MIDDLE submenu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until the desired centre frequency appears on the display. u Press the or button : to adjust the level between 7. u Press the AUDIO button 5 twice to exit the menu.

Adjusting the bass

You can select 1 of 4 centre frequencies (60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 200 Hz). In addition, you can adjust the level between 7 for the selected centre frequency. Adjusting centre frequency and level u Press the AUDIO button 5. "BASS" appears on the display. u Press the or button : once to reach the BASS submenu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until the desired centre frequency appears on the display. u Press the or button : to adjust the level between 7. u Press the AUDIO button 5 twice to exit the menu.

Adjusting the treble

You can select 1 of 4 centre frequencies (10 kHz, 12 kHz, 15 kHz, 17 kHz). In addition, you can adjust the level between 7 for the selected centre frequency. Adjusting centre frequency and level u Press the AUDIO button 5. "BASS" appears on the display. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "TREBLE" appears on the display. u Press the or button : once to reach the TREBLE submenu.

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Preamplier output

Setting the left/right volume distribution (balance)

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Equalizer

Display
Equalizer presettings (Presets)
This device features an equalizer in which the settings for the music genres "ROCK", "POP" and "CLASSIC" are already programmed. To select an equalizer setting, u press the AUDIO button 5. "BASS" appears on the display. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "POP", "ROCK", "CLASSIC" or "EQ OFF" appears on the display. u Press the or button : to select one of the settings or select "EQ OFF" to switch off the equalizer. The selected setting is permanently shown on the display. When you have nished making your changes, u press the AUDIO button 5.
Adjusting the display settings
Entering a switch-on message
If you switch on the device, a brief message is shown on the display. The text "BLAUPUNKT" is preset at the factory. Instead, you can enter your own text of up to 9 characters. u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "VARIOUS MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "ON MESSAGE" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. The display shows the standard text for the switch-on message. The input mark is at the beginning of the line and ashing. Note: You can delete the entire line by pressing the or button : for longer than 2 seconds. To input a different text, u select a letter with the or button :. u Move the selection mark with the or button :. After entering the message, u press the MENU button 9 three times. 71

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Adjusting the display brightness
If your car sound system is installed as described in the installation instructions and your vehicle features the corresponding connection, the display brightness is switched with the driving lights. The display brightness can be adjusted separately for day and night in increments from 1 - 9. In addition, you can select the "AUTO DIM" setting for the night dimmer (DIM NIGHT). After selecting the "AUTO DIM" setting, the illumination of the car sound system is adjusted together with the brightness adjustment of the instrumentation lighting if the vehicle lighting is switched on. u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "DISPLAY MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "DIM DAY" or "DIM NIGHT" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : to select among the brightness settings. When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button twice 9.

If no CD changer is connected to the device, you can connect an external audio source. Audio sources can, for example, be portable CD players, MiniDisc players or MP3 players. If you want to connect an external audio source, you will need an adapter cable. You can obtain this cable (Blaupunkt no.: 897 093) from your Blaupunkt dealer. The AUX input must be activated in the menu. Note: If no CD changer is connected to the device, the AUX menu item cannot be selected.
Switching the AUX input on/off
u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "AUX MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "AUX OFF" or "AUX ON" appears on the display. u Use the or button : to select between the options "AUX ON" and "AUX OFF". When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button twice 9.

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Note: If the AUX input is switched on, you can select it by pressing the SOURCE button 4.
TMC for dynamic navigation systems
TMC is the abbreviation for Trafc Message Channel. Trafc announcements are broadcast digitally via TMC, which means they can be used by compatible navigation systems during route planning. Your car sound system has a TMC output, which you can use for connecting Blaupunkt navigation systems. You can nd out from your Blaupunkt dealer which navigation systems can be used with your car sound system. If a navigation system is connected and a TMC station is being received, the display shows TMC. If dynamic navigation is active, the system will tune into a TMC station automatically.
Adjusting the AUX preamplication
To be able to adjust for differences in volume, the level adjustment of the AUX input can be adjusted in 4 increments (0 to 3). u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "AUX MENU" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : repeatedly until "AUX LVL" appears on the display. button : to open the u Press the menu. u Press the or button : to adjust the level adjustment. When you have nished making your changes, u press the MENU button 9 three times.

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Technical data

Amplier
Output power: 4 x 18 watts sine at 14.4 V and 1% distortion factor at 4 ohms. 4 x 26 watts sine in accordance with DIN 45324 at 14.4 V at 4 ohms. 4 x 50 watts max. power
Wavebands: FM : 87.5 - 108 MHz MW : 531 - 1,602 kHz LW : 153 - 279 kHz FM frequency response: 35 - 16,000 Hz
Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz

Pre-amp out

4 channels: 2V

Input sensitivity

AUX input: Tel./Navi input: 2 V / 6 k 10 V / 1 k 1.36 kg

Weight

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Bitte den ausgefllten Gertepass sicher aufbewahren! Please keep the lled-in radio pass in a safe place! Prire de conserver soigneusement la carte dautoradio remplie ! Tenete per favore il libretto di apparecchio, debitamente riempito, in un posto sicuro! Bewaar de ingevulde apparaatpas op een veilige plaats! Vnligen frvara ifyllt apparatpass p sker plats! Favor guardar el documento del aparato debidamente llenado en un lugar seguro! Por favor, guardar o carto preenchido do aparelho num lugar seguro! Det udfyldte apparatpas opbevares et sikkert sted! Prosimy przechowywa metryk radia w bezpiecznym miejscu! Vyplnn dokument o pstroji prosm bezpen uschovejte! Vyplnen dokument o prstroji prosm bezpene uschovajte!
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Einbauanleitung Installation instructions Notice de montage Istruzioni di installazione Inbowhandleiding Monteringsanvisning Instrucciones de instalacin Instrues de montagem Monteringsvejledning Instrukcja montaowa Nvod k monti Montny nvod

Einbauanleitung

Sicherheitshinweise
Fr die Dauer der Montage und des Anschlusses beachten Sie bitte folgende Sicherheitshinweise. Minuspol der Batterie abklemmen! Dabei die Sicherheitshinweise des Kfz- Herstellers beachten. Beim Bohren von Lchern darauf achten, dass keine Fahrzeugteile beschdigt werden. Der Querschnitt des Plus- und Minuskabels darf 1,5 mm2 nicht unterschreiten. Fahrzeugseitige Stecker nicht an das Radio anschlieen! Die fr Ihren Fahrzeugtyp erforderlichen Adapterkabel erhalten Sie im BLAUPUNKT-Fachhandel. Je nach Bauart kann Ihr Fahrzeug von dieser Beschreibung abweichen. Fr Schden durch Einbauoder Anschlussfehler und fr Folgeschden bernehmen wir keine Haftung. Sollten die hier aufgefhrten Hinweise fr Ihren Einbau nicht passen, so wenden Sie sich bitte an Ihren Blaupunkt-Fachhndler, Ihren Fahrzeughersteller oder unsere Telefon-Hotline. Bei Einbau eines Amplier oder Changers mssen unbedingt erst die Gertemassen angeschlossen werden, 442
bevor die Stecker fr die Line-In- oder Line-Out-Buchse kontaktiert werden. Fremdgertemassen drfen nicht an der Autoradiomasse (Gehuse) angeschlossen werden.
Installation instructions

Safety instructions

When carrying out installation work and making connections please observe the following safety instructions: Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery! When doing so, please observe the vehicle manufacturers safety instructions. Make sure you do not damage vehicle components when drilling any holes. The cross sections of the positive and negative cables must not be less than 1.5 mm2. Do not connect the vehicles plug connectors to the radio! You can obtain the adapter cable required for your vehicle type from any BLAUPUNKT dealer. Depending on the model, your vehicle may differ from the description provided here. We accept no responsibility for any damages due to incorrect installation or connection or for any consequential damages.
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If the information provided here is not suitable for your specic installation requirements, please contact your Blaupunkt dealer, your vehicle manufacturer or our telephone hotline. When installing an amplier or changer, you must rst connect the device earth connections before connecting the plugs for the line-in or line-out jacks. Earth connection of external devices may not be connected to earth of car sound system (housing).

Notice de montage

Consignes de scurit
Respecter les consignes de scurit suivantes pendant la dure du montage et du branchement. Dbrancher le ple (-) de la batterie ! Respecter les consignes de scurit du constructeur automobile ! Veiller nendommager aucune pice du vhicule en perant des trous. La section du cble (+) et (-) ne doit pas dpasser 1,5 mm2. Ne pas brancher les connecteurs du vhicule sur la radio ! Les cbles dadaptation ncessaires pour le type de vhicule sont disponibles auprs des revendeurs BLAUPUNKT. En fonction du modle, votre vhicule peut diffrer de cette description. Nous dclinerons toute responsabilit en cas de dommages causs
par des erreurs de montage ou de connexion et en cas de dommages conscutifs. Si les indications dcrites ici ne sappliquent au montage que vous voulez effectuer, adressez-vous votre revendeur Blaupunkt, votre constructeur automobile ou notre service dassistance tlphonique. Pour le montage dun amplicateur ou changeur, les masses dappareil doivent tre dabord connectes avant de connecter les ches pour les connecteurs Line In ou Line Out. Les masses des appareils externes ne doivent pas tre raccordes la masse de l'autoradio (botier).
Istruzioni di installazione

Note di sicurezza

Durante il montaggio e lallacciamento osservate per favore le seguenti istruzioni sulla sicurezza. Staccate il polo negativo della batteria! Nel fare ci osservate le istruzioni di sicurezza del fabbricante dauto. Quando praticate dei fori, fate attenzione a non danneggiare nessuna parte dellautovettura. La sezione dei cavi positivi e negativi non deve essere mai inferiore a 1,5 mm2. Non collegate alla radio le spine in dotazione di autovettura! 443

 

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