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Radio / Cassette
Saint Tropez RCM 168 Ravenna RCM 168 Rimini RCM 169 Las Vegas DJ
Remote control RC 08 (optional)
The display consists of three fields and varies according to the operating mode and function.
Display field 1:
Radio mode Memory banks and wavebands Brief indication of preset station (e.g. P1) Cassette mode CAS - cassette inserted MTL - tape type Changer mode Current track Audio Numeric and graphic representation of volume and audio settings DSC Permanent display for DSC programming. Graphic representation of the adjusted volume level.
Display field 2:
Radio mode Radio frequency or station name PTY programme type Clock display Cassette mode TAPE1/TAPE2 - side of tape playing Active functions (e.g. CPS) Clock display Changer mode Current CD playing CD time (elapsed time), CD name, CD number and Brief indication of changes in function Clock display DSC Serves as display and input field during DSC programming Clock display Miscellaneous Indicates new source (e.g. when changing from radio to cassette) and active functions (e.g. BASS, SCAN)
Display field 3:
Active functions - Stereo - Cassette inserted - CD changer connected - Loudness
Radio mode AF - Alternative Frequency for RDS PTY - RDS programme type TA - Priority for traffic information TP - Traffic programme station lo - Seek tuning sensitivity Cassette mode RPT - Repeat function - Dolby noise reduction Changer mode RPT - Repeat function MIX - Tracks played at random
Display... 26 Quick reference.. 28
Remote control operation.. 32
Important notes.. 32
What you need to know.. 32 Traffic safety.. 32 Installation.. 32 Telephone mute.. 32 Warning note.. 32 Accessories... 33
Selecting the operating mode. 34 Radio operation with RDS.. 35
AF - Alternative frequency. 35 REG - regional programme.. 35 Selecting a waveband.. 35 Station tuning.. 35 Automatic seek tuning /. 35 Scrolling through the broadcast networks (FM only).. 36 Switching between the memory banks (FM).. 36 Storing stations. 36 Automatically storing the strongest stations with Travelstore.. 37
Traffic programme station reception with RDS-EON. 40
Traffic announcement priority on/off. 40 Warning beep.. 40 Switching the warning beep off. 40 Automatic seek tuning start.. 40 Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements and the warning beep. 40
Setting the clock.. 45 Setting the TIMER. 45
DSC programming.. 46
Overview of the DSC factory settings. 47
Cassette deck operation. 41
Cassette playback. 41 Reversing the tape.. 41 Skipping cassette titles. 41 Repeat song titles.. 41
Theft protection. 33 Detaching the release panel. 33 Attaching the release panel.. 33 Fixing the release panel.. 34
Release panel.. 33
<< / >>
For FM only: << / >> Scrolls through the broad cast networks, if AF is on. Example: NDR 1, 2, 4, Cassette mode S-CPS function Up Down Press repeatedly to skip over the corresponding number of songs. Press the button indicating the opposite direction or << >> to stop the function. /
Fast forward Fast rewind
Press the button indicating the opposite direction or / to stop tape winding. Changer mode Optional: Saint Tropez RCM 168, Ravenna RCM 168, Rimini RCM 169 Included: Las Vegas DJ Select CD Up Down Select track >> Up: press briefly CUE - fast forward (auible): hold button down. << Down: press two or more times briefly Repeat track: press once briefly. REVIEW - fast reverse (audible): hold button down.
Additional rocker switch functions: For additional settings use AUD ; DSC-MODE 4 PTY @ Important: The corresponding function must be active. : SRC (Source) Press button briefly to select the operating mode (tuner, cassette, changer). The active mode will appear in the display. ; AUD Treble and bass adjustment You can store different settings for the FM, MW, LW, cassette and CD mode. Setting the tone: Select the operating mode. Press AUD once and use the rocker switch to set the tone. Treble + Treble Bass Bass +
For Fader and balance adjustment: press AUD twice. Fader front Fader rear Balance left Balance right
Switching AUD off: Press the button again briefly. If you do not make any adjustments to the tone within 8 seconds, the AUD mode will quit automatically. Extra function: LD Loudness boosts the bass frequency at low volume. Loudness on/off: Press AUD for approx. 1 second. "LD" will appear when this setting is active. Refer to the section on DSC programming to adjust Loudness to different levels. < SCA Scan Scans radio stations or song titles/ tracks. You can set the scan time in DSC programming. 29
The selected values will appear in the display. The last setting is stored automatically.
Radio mode Press SCA briefly. All of the FM stations within reception range will be scanned. "SCAN" will appear in the display, alternating with the radio station currently being scanned (flashing). Preset Scan Press SCA for approx. 2 seconds until you hear a beep. "PS Scan" will appear in the display, followed by the station symbol (flashing). The stations stored on the station preset buttons and within reception range will be scanned. To stop Scan / Preset Scan: Press SCA again. PTY Scan PTY Scan cannot be started unless PTY is switched on ("PTY" will light up in the display.) The radio stations for the program type selected will be scanned. "PTY SCAN" will appear in the display, alternating with radio station currently being scanned. To stop Scan / PTY Scan: Press SCA again.
TA (Traffic Announcement = priority for traffic programmes) TA on/off: Press AFTA briefly: "TA" will appear in the display, priority for traffic programmes activated. TP" (Traffic Programme) will be displayed when the radio is tuned into a station which broadcasts traffic information.
The current setting is briefly indicated in the display: "MIX-CD". Hold down 5/MIX to select "MIX-ALL". Keep 5/MIX pressed down until a beep is emitted.The desired option lights up in the display. To stop MIX functions, press 5/MIX briefly.
A AFTA Alternative Frequency in RDS mode: If "AF" appears in the display, the radio will automatically search for the best radio frequency offering the same programme. AF on/off: Press AFTA until a beep is emitted.
Remote control operation
General SRC Press briefly: change the audio source Press briefly: muting Higher volume Lower volume Seek tuning upwards Seek tuning downwards Next FM preset upwards Press briefly: select the waveband Hold down: Travelstore Select track (SCPS) upwards Select track (SCPS) downwards Fast forward Fast rewind Hold down: reversing the tape Next CD Previous CD Press briefly: next track Hold down: cue Press briefly: previous track Hold down: review Hold down: list function
What you need to know
Before using your new car audio system, please read through the following information carefully.
ents to existing ones, then please read the enclosed instructions on installation and connection carefully. In order to ensure that the unit operates properly the positive power supply line must be connected via the ignition and the permanent +12 V lead. Do not ground the loudspeaker outputs!
As the driver of a motor vehicle, it is your responsibility to pay attention to the traffic situation at all times. Never use your car audio system in a way that could distract you. Please keep in mind that you travel a distance of 14 m per second at a speed of only 50 km/h. Should the traffic situation become particularly demanding, we advise you not to use the audio system. Always make sure that you are still able to hear any warning signals coming from outside the vehicle, such as police or fire engine sirens, so that you can react accordingly. Consequently, you should always select a moderate volume for playing your car audio system while you are driving.
If you have installed a car telephone in your vehicle, it is possible to automatically mute the radio and cassette or CD playback when you use the telephone (telephone mute). "PHONE" will then appear in the display. Traffic announcements continue to have priority if you have activated TA. You can interrupt traffic messages by pressing AFTA.
Danger of damage to the automatic power antenna in a car wash. Before you drive into a car wash switch the radio off by pressing the ON button. The power antenna will retract, if it doesnt, press ON again. Do not drive into the car wash unless the power antenna has retracted!
>> << SRC
If you would like to install your new car stereo yourself or add other audio compon-
Use only Blaupunkt-approved accessories and spare parts. CD changers Blaupunkt CD changers: CDC-A 08 CDC-A 072 Remote control unit The RC 08 infrared remote control unit allows you to conveniently operate the most important functions from the steering wheel.
This unit is equipped with a detachable control panel. A car radio without a control panel is worthless to thieves. Protect your car audio system and detach the control panel when you leave your vehicle. Thanks to the release panels wellplanned design, it is very easy to attach and detach. Note: Do not pull the release panel straight out from the chassis, but rather slide it to the left to detach it as illustrated below. Be sure not to drop the panel. Do not expose the release panel to direct sunlight or other heat sources. Do not expose it to moisture.
The unit will turn on again automatically when you re-attach the release panel.
Attaching the release panel
Slide the panel (B) from the left along the guide of the chassis (A). Gently push the left side of the panel against the front of the chassis until it snaps into place.
Press the REL button to release the control panel. Then remove the panel and insert it into the carrying case provided.
Detaching the release panel
If the unit was still in operation, it will turn off now. All current settings will remain stored. If a cassette is inserted, it will remain in the unit.
Selecting the operating mode
Fixing the release panel
If you wish to fix the release panel to the chassis permanently, screw down the enclosed bolt into the hole (C) on the left hand side of the chassis, see Fig. Use the SRC (source) button to select between radio, cassette and CD-Changer mode. The CD changer mode is not available unless a CD changer is connected. To select the operating mode: Press SRC.
The Radio Data System enhances your enjoyment when you listen to FM radio stations. More and more radio stations now broadcast RDS information along with their regular programming. As soon as a programme has been identified, the station name including a regional identifier, if applicable, will appear in the display, for example, NDR1 NDS (regional programme in Lower Saxony, Germany). When RDS is activated, the preset buttons become programme buttons. You now know exactly which programme you have tuned into, making it easy to find the desired station quickly. But RDS also offers you further advantages:
Switching between the memory banks (FM)
You can switch between the memory banks 1, 2 and T in order to store stations and recall them later. The currently selected memory bank will appear in the display. Press the BA/TS button as many times as necessary until the desired memory bank lights up in the display.
If it is possible to receive several programmes in the same broadcast network, you can scroll through them in the forwards direction by pressing >>, or backwards using the << button, e.g. NDR 1, 2, 3, 4. For this to work properly you must have already tuned into the stations at least once and "AF" must be active (lights up in the display). To do this, you can start the Travelstore seek operation: Press BA/TS for 2 seconds; the system will start to run through the frequency band. If "AF" is not lit up, Press AFTA until a beep is emitted. It is now possible to select stations using <<>>.
Manual tuning with <<>> You can also tune into a station manually. Important: AF and PTY must be switched off (i.e. the symbols do not light up in the display). If necessary, deactivate these functions: Press AFTA or PTY. Manual tuning: Press << >>; the frequency will change in short intervals in the corresponding direction. If you hold << >> pressed to the left or the right on the rocker switch, the frequency scan will speed up.
On FM, you can store six stations on the preset buttons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 for each of the memory banks (1, 2, T). On MW/LW, you can also store six stations each. Select the appropriate waveband by pressing BA/TS. Tune into a station with the rocker switch (either automatically / or manually <</>>). Press the desired preset button until the radio resumes play after the muting (takes approx. 2 seconds) or until you hear a beep. Now the station has been stored. The display will indicate which preset button is currently activated.
Automatically storing the strongest stations with Travelstore
You can automatically store the six FM stations with the most powerful signals in your current reception area sorted according to their signal strength. This function is particularly convenient on longer trips. Press the BA/TS button for 2 seconds. "T-STORE" will appear in the display. The six strongest FM stations will be automatically stored on the memory bank "T" (Travelstore). When this process has been completed, the radio will play the strongest station. If desired, stations can also be stored manually in the Travelstore bank (see "Storing stations").
Scanning stored stations with Preset Scan
You can scan all of the stored stations on any of the wavebands and in the selected FM memory bank. To start Preset Scan: Press SCA for approx. 2 seconds. All of the stations stored on the waveband will be scanned one after the other. "PSSCAN" will appear in the display, alternating with the station name or frequency. The abbreviation for the station currently playing (e.g. P1) will flash in display field 1. Continue listening to a scanned station/ end Preset Scan: Press SCA briefly.
To select a scanned station/switch off the Scan function: Press SCA briefly.
Changing the scan time
The scan time can be selected from between 5 to a maximum of 20 seconds. If you would like to alter the scan time, please refer to the section on "DSC programming - SCANTIME".
Selecting the automatic tuning sensitivity
You can alter the automatic tuning sensitivity. If "lo" is displayed, the radio will only pick up strong, local stations (low sensitivity). If "lo" does not light up, the radio will also pick up weaker, more distant stations. If you would like to alter the sensitivity level please refer to the section on "DSC programming - SENS".
Recalling stored stations
You can recall any stored station at the touch of a button. Select the waveband by pressing BA/ TS. For FM, also choose the corresponding memory bank by pressing the BA/ TS button as many times as necessary until the desired bank appears in the display. Press the corresponding preset button briefly to recall the station.
Scanning stations with Radio Scan
You can scan through all of the stations in your reception area. To start the Scan function: Press SCA briefly. The scanned frequency or the station name will start flashing in the display. During the scanning process "SCAN" will appear in the display.
PTY - Programme Type
PTY is an RDS service offered by an increasing number of broadcasting stations. This feature allows you to select FM stations according to their programme type. After
you have chosen the PTY of your preference, the corresponding stations can be selected either by seek tuning or using the scan function. Programme types Switch PTY on. Use <<>> to have the last selected programme type displayed and to choose a new one. You can select any one of the stored types with the preset buttons 1-6. The following list indicates some of the programme types which are currently available. WEATHER FINANCE TRAVEL HOBBIES JAZZ COUNTRY NEWS INFO SPORT CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED 38
POP MUSIC ROCK MUSIC CLASSICS Switching PTY ON/OFF Press PTY. When the function is active, the programme type selected last will briefly appear in the display. "PTY" will appear permanently. Checking the programme type of the station Press PTY for approx. 2 seconds. After the beep tone the display will show the programme type offered by the station currently playing. If "NONE" appears in the display, the current station has no PTY code. Displaying the selected programme type Press << or >>. The programme type selected last will be displayed briefly. Selecting a programme type a) Using the preset buttons When PTY is switched on, you can use the preset buttons 1-6 to select the programme types stored at the factory. Press one of the presets 1-6.
The selected programme type will be displayed for 2 seconds. If you would like to listen to a station with this PTY, / to start the seek tuning press function. If the radio is unable to find a station offering the selected programme type, the display will show "NO PTY" and a beep tone will be emitted. The radio will select the station which was tuned into before seek tuning was activated. You can assign different programme types to each preset position. Please refer to the next section on "Storing programme types". b) Using the <<>> buttons on the rocker switch When PTY is switched on, you can select a programme type using buttons <<>>. Press << or >>; the programme type selected last will be displayed for 3 seconds. During this period press >> (forwards) or << (backwards) to select the desired type. Press << or >> as many times as required. If you would like to listen to a station with the selected PTY,
Storing programme types Each of the preset buttons 1-6 has been assigned one programme type at the factory. If desired, you can also replace these with other available programme types. To do so, make sure that "PTY" lights up in the display. If necessary, press the PTY button to switch on the function. Select a programme type using buttons <<>> and hold down the desired preset button (16) until you hear a beep. Now the selected programme type can be recalled by pressing this preset as long as "PTY" lights up in the display.
To switch off PTY-SCAN: Press SCA again. PTY priority Situation: PTY is switched on and lights up in the display. No station offering the selected programme type can be found currently in your reception range (with seek tuning or scan). The set will switch back to the station previously tuned into. As soon as it is possible to receive a programme in the broadcast network with the PTY selected, the radio will switch over to the corresponding station for the duration of the programme. Example: - Station playing: NDR3. - "PTY" lights up in the display. - Programme type "POP" selected. - Seek tuning is started.
Note: As already mentioned, these functions are only supported by a limited number of RDS stations at the present time.
After the PTY programme has ended the system will switch back to the previous mode (radio, cassette or CD).
During cassette or CD operation, the set will also switch to the radio programme if the selected PTY becomes available within the broadcast network.
/ to start the seek tuning press function. If the radio is unable to find a station offering the selected programme type, the display will show "NO PTY" and a beep tone will be emitted. The radio will select the station which was tuned into before seek tuning was activated.
Scanning stations with PTY SCAN Important: "PTY" must appear in the display. Press SCA. All of the stations in your current reception area offering the selected programme type will be scanned.
No station with "PTY-POP" can be found. The display shows "NO PTY" and automatically switches back to NDR3. NDR2 airs a "PTY-POP" programme. The radio will switch to the linked station NDR2 for the duration of the "POP" programme.
Traffic programme station reception with RDS-EON
The abbreviation "EON" stands for Enhanced Other Networks, which means that information is exchanged within a radio network. Many FM radio stations provide their service area with traffic messages at regular intervals. Along with their programmes, all traffic programme stations transmit a special carrier signal, which is decoded by your car radio. If this signal is identified, "TP" will appear in the display (Traffic Programme). In addition to these, there are also stations which do not actually transmit traffic information themselves, but by using RDS-EON it is possible for them to forward the traffic messages broadcast by another traffic programme station in the same radio network. If you want to have the priority for traffic announcements activated while listening to one of these stations (e.g. NDR3), "TA" must appear on the display panel. If a traffic announcement is broadcast, the radio will automatically switch to the linked traffic programme station (in this case, NDR2) for the duration of the message and return to the original programme (NDR3) afterwards.
Tape type selection
If you are playing METAL or CrO2 cassettes, press MTL. "MTL" will then light up in display field 1.
To scan all of the songs on a tape, press SCA. "SCAN" will appear in the display. All of the titles on the tape in the tape deck will be scanned briefly one after the other. Press SCA again to switch the SCAN function off. The title currently playing will continue to play.
Skipping cassette titles
CPS stands for Cassette Program Search and allows you to skip over songs on the tape. The titles must, however, be separately by at least 3 seconds of blank tape. or During tape playback press either on the rocker switch to activate the CPS mode. "CPS FF" or "CPS FR" will appear in the display. Press the button / repeatedly to skip the corresponding number of titles in either direction.
Use the rocker switch to fast forward or rewind the tape during cassette operation: >> forward << rewind.
to eject the cassette.
Cassettes which have been recorded with the DOLBY B NR system exhibit considerably less tape noise and higher dynamics. To play cassettes recorded using this system, press. will light up in display field 3.
DOLBY B NR (Noise reduction)*
The number of titles to be skipped will appear in the display and count down until the title selected has been reached. Press the button indicating the opposite direction or << >> to stop the function.
"FORWARD" or "REWIND" will light up in the display. Press the button indicating the opposite direction or / to stop the function. If you have activated "Radio Monitor ON", the unit will play the radio station last selected while the tape is winding. You can alter the Radio Monitor setting in DSC mode.
Cassette deck operation
CD changer operation
Traffic information during cassette playback
The Traffic Announcement function (priority for traffic programmes) makes it possible to listen to traffic information during cassette playback. If a traffic message is broadcast, cassette playback will be interrupted and you will hear the message. This function is active, if "TA" lights up in the display. Press AFTA briefly to activate TA.
* Dolby noise reduction system is manufactured under licence by Dolby Laboratories. The word Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Option: Saint Tropez RCM 168, Ravenna RCM 168, Rimini RCM 169. Included in delivery: Las Vegas DJ. If the CD changer is connected, the symbol will light up in the display. The changer is equipped with a magazine for 10 discs. Note: Use only perfectly circular CDs with a diameter of 12 cm. CDs with a diameter of 8 cm or CDs manufactured in the shape of a 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. After you have inserted the magazine, keep the door closed to prevent the magazine from becoming dusty or dirty.
Open the door of the CD changer and press the eject button.
Press SRC to select the CD changer. Press SRC repeatedly until "CHANGER" appears in the display. CD playback starts with the first CD identified by the changer.
Selecting a CD
When CD playback starts, all active CD functions and the CD number or name will light up in the display. To change the display between CD Name, CD number, elapsed time indication and during CD playback. clock, press
Insert one or several CDs into the magazine (printed surface facing up). Slide the magazine into the CD changer in the direction of the arrow. The CDs are counted from bottom to top. 42
/ CD selection Up Down
The name or number of the CD currently playing will appear.
Selecting a track
You can have the CD tracks played in random order. The following options are available: Mix all tracks of one CD ("MIX-CD") or Mix all tracks of all CDs ("MIX-ALL"). "MIX" will appear in display field 3 as long as the MIX function is active. "MIX-CD" or "MIX-ALL" will light up briefly in display field 2 when you activate this function and each time the track changes. Switch MIX-CD on: Press 5/MIX briefly. Switch MIX-ALL on: Hold 5/MIX down for longer. To stop mix functions, press 5/MIX again.
Press the button repeatedly to skip several tracks. The number of the selected track will appear beside "T" (track).
CD tracks can be played repeatedly. The following options are available: Repeat the current track ("REPEAT-T") or Repeat the CD, i.e. all tracks on the current disc ("REPEAT-D"). "RPT" will appear in display field 3 as long as RPT is active. "REPEAT-T" will light up
To allow you to identify your CDs more quickly, you can use DSC programming to enter individual names for up to 99 CDs. The names can have up to 7 characters. If you attempt to enter more than 99 names, "FULL" will appear in the display. The CD name has priority over the CD number for display purposes. 43
To stop the Scan function: Press SCA briefly. The track currently scanned will continue to play.
Up: Press briefly. CUE - fast advance (audible): Hold button down. Down: Press two or more times briefly. To re-start a title: Press briefly. REVIEW - fast reverse (audible): Hold button down.
To stop repeat functions, press 4/RPT.
Use this function to scan all of the CD tracks. To start the Scan function: Press SCA, "SCAN" will appear in the display. All tracks on the CD will be scanned one after the other in ascending order.
Switch REPEAT-T on: Press 4/RPT briefly. Switch REPEAT-D on: Hold 4/RPT down for longer.
briefly in display field 2 when you activate this function and each time the track changes. "REPEAT-D" will show when a CD is repeated.
In DSC mode (Direct Software Control) it is possible to allocate names to your CDs. In LIST mode you can view this list without interrupting CD playback. If you have not named the CDs, the display will list the numbers only. Press <<>> to select a CD from the list. This CD will then begin to play.
Proceed as follows: Select DSC programming mode. Press DSC. Press / to select CDC_NAME. Press << >> to select the number or name (if you know it) of the CD you want to name. Press / to confirm your selection. Press << >> to switch to the editing mode. If the CD you have selected does not already have a name, 7 dashes "_" will appear in the display. The cursor will flash at its current position. Press << >> to move it. Press / to select the character you want to enter. Select a dash "_" to leave a blank space. Press DSC to store the name. The main CDC_NAME menu will appear again in the display. If you want to alter a name which has already been entered, select that name in the DSC mode and overwrite it in the editing mode. If you want to change individual letters only, press << >> to move the cursor to the corresponding position and change that letter.
Deleting CD names
Deleting one CD name Proceed as follows: Select DSC programming mode. Press DSC. Press / to select CDC NAME. Press << >> to select the name you want to delete. Press / to confirm your selection. Press DSC and hold it down. After 2 seconds you will hear a beep and "ONE NAME" will appear in the display. Release DSC after 2 seconds but before 8 seconds. "DELETED" will appear in the display. The name of this CD has now been deleted. The main CDC NAME menu will appear again in the display. Deleting all CD names All of the CD names stored in the CD changer will be deleted. Select DSC programming mode. Press DSC. Press / to select CDC NAME. Press << >> to select the name. Press DSC and hold it down. After 2 seconds and after 8 seconds you will hear a beep respectivly "ONE NAME" and then "ALLNAMES" will appear in the display.
Release DSC. "DELETED" will appear in the display. The names of all of the CDs have now been deleted. The main CDC NAME menu will appear again in the display.
This unit is equipped with an internal clock. Display priority: To alter the display priority, press until you hear a beep. Press this button repeatedly until the desired display appears (does not apply for radio mode). Radio mode Press this button to display the clock briefly. Cassette mode Press this button to switch between the track played and the clock. Changer mode Press to switch between a display of the CD Name,CD number, the playing time elapsed and the clock.
Setting the TIMER
Using this unit it is possible to conveniently switch on a radio station you have selected at any time before. The radio station can be selected regardless of the currently active operating mode. Proceed as follows: Select the radio station of your choice. Press DSC. Press / to select TIMER. If you want to turn off the Timer, press the << button and "OFF" will appear in display field 2. If you want to set the timer press the >> button. The timer time previously set will be shown first. Press >> button again to enter edit mode. The minutes will flash. Press / to set the minutes. Press << to activate the hour. Press / to set the hour. Press DSC to store your entry. You have now set the TIMER.
Setting the clock
Set the clock in the DSC mode. Press DSC briefly. / to select the function Press "CLOCKSET". Press << >> to activate the hours or the minutes. The option you can set will flash. Press / to alter the flashing display. When you have completed the setting, press DSC briefly to store it.
The car radio has been equipped with DSC (Direct Software Control) to allow you to customise certain programmable, basic settings to suit your personal needs and preferences and then store them. The basic settings for this audio equipment were made at the factory. In the following you can find an overview of these settings, so that you can always reset to them if desired. If you wish to alter any of the programming, press DSC. MENU / will light up in the display. Use the / buttons on the rocker switch to select the functions you wish to change. The display will show you the setting you have selected. Press << >> on the rocker switch to change the values. Confirm the setting you have selected by pressing the DSC button. REG OFF LOUDNESS Loudness boosts the bass frequencies at low volume. LOUD 1 - Low boost LOUD 6 - Max. boost BAS CENT Bass Center Frequency Adjustment. Adjusts the mid-range frequency to the specific equipment in the vehicle (50 or 100 Hz) The traffic announcement and warning beep volume can be set between 0 to 63. The message will then come through at this volume, if the standard volume is lower.If the standard volume is set higher than the TA VOL level, then the traffic report will be played at the standard volume. To listen to a regional radio programme outside of its RDS transmission range, switch on "REG ON". For full RDS service, switch to "REG OFF". SENS LO Adjusts seek tuning sensitivity."LO" stands for local reception."DX" stands for distant reception. Select "LO 3" if you want to receive strong stations in the local area, select "DX 1" if you want to tune into weaker stations which are further away.
CDC NAME Names CDs.A maximum of 99 CDs can be given names of up to 7 characters. CLOCK 24 Switches between 12-h and 24-h clock display.
CLOCKSET Sets the clock manually. Press << >> to select hours/minutes. Press / to adjust the flashing value. TIMER Switches on a selected radio station at a selected time. Sets the turn-on volume. Press << >> to adjust the turn-on volume as desired. Changes the mute volume. Changes the volume of the acknowledgement tone (beep) between 0 and 9. (0 = off)
/ Select function << >> Adjust/recall value
Radio Monitor If the Radio Monitor function is active during fast winding of the tape, the unit will switch to the radio and play the station listened to last. Use this function to set the scan time for the radio or CD player from 5 to 20 seconds. Switches the Blank Skip function off and on; there must be at least 10 seconds of blank tape between songs. Select AUX-ON if you wish to connect a Discman or Walkman instead of the CD changer. Switches the display on or off while the car radio is turned off.
Overview of the DSC factory settings
LOUDNESS BAS CENT TA VOL REG SENS CDC NAME CLOCK CLOCKSET TIMER ON VOL MUTE BEEP RM SCANTIME BL SKIP AUX DISP 3 Hz OFF DX1 CLOCK 24 OFF 3 ON 10 seconds ON OFF OFF
Output power: 4 x 25 W RMS power acc. to DIN 45324 at 14.4 V 4 x 40 W max. power
Wavebands: FM : MW : LW : 87.5 - 108 MHz 531 - 1602 kHz 153 - 279 kHz 35 - 16000 Hz
FM frequency response:
Frequency response: 30 - 18000 Hz
Optional: Saint Tropez RCM 168, Ravenna RCM 168, Rimini RCM 169 Included: Las Vegas DJ This equipment offers you convenient control of a Blaupunkt CD changer CDC-A 08 or CDC-A 072. Subject to modification! 47
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. (. PS1).
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. - Stereo - T - CD-Changer LD - Loudness ( ).
O .. 3 .. 5 . 9
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T . 9 O ... 9.. 9 Telefon-Mute.. 9 Y .. 9 .. 9
A . 10
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/ .. 16 . 16 A ( Changer). 16 .. 17
T CD.. 18 A CD.. 18 A CD.. 18 CD... 18 .. 19 RPT... 19 MIX.. 19 LIST.. 20 SCAN.. 20 K CD. 20 CD.. 20
Clock - .. 21
.. 21 .. 21
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A .. 17
DSC Direct Software Control
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M DSC . K. DSC.
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AUD . Treble + Treble << M >> M + AUD Fader Balance.
Loudness- . / Loudness: AUD 1. Loudness , LD. M DSC Loudness.
. / DSC.
SCA. FM . SCAN .
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SCA. . A Scan: SCA.
(1, 2 T) FM 6. MW ( ) LW ( )
PTY - Scan TY ( TY ). O .
: 4/RPT. REPEAT-T RPT. T 4/RPT.
. PAUSE. .
SCA 2. O PS-SCAN . . O . A Scan/ Preset Scan: SCA.
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6. A - , o . A - . FM .
Changer CD. PAUSE. .
ALL. A MIX: 5/MIX.
, RDS, . / AF: AFTA .
: 4/RPT. REPEAT-T. T 4/RPT. CD: REPEAT-D. K 4/RPT REPEAT-D. O .
/ FM1, FM2, FMT (TRAVELSTORE), MW ( ) LW ( ).
TA (Traffic Announcement =
A 6 Travelstore: BA/TS o T-STORE .
). / TA: AFTA. TA . T .
PTY Programme Type =
SRC : V+ V :
M MIX CD CD . M MIX ALL CD . MIX: 5/MIX. MIX CD. K 5/MIX MIX
M . M (<< >>) PTY, PTY ( PTY ).
AFTA Alternativ Frequenz
>> FM << : : Travel store
(S-CPS) (S-CPS) >> << : CD - Changer CD CD >> : : << : : SRC : List
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Blaupunkt CDC-A 08 CDC-A 072
A , . .
. X , . , 50. / 14. . T . . .
ON. . , ON.
, , Changer (Telefon-Mute). PHONE. . AFTA.
T RC 08 .
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A , . O . A , . .
M , . . M . M .
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M SRC (Source=) , CD-Changer. CD-Changer CD-Changer. : SRC.
A REL. A . B . 10
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RDS (Radio Data System)
T Radio Data System FM .
AF (Alternativ Frequenz) . AF. / AF: AFTA . . ,
M : Y (FM) 87,5 108MHz,
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X << >> M . : O AF PTY ( ).
<</>> / ( FM AF )
AF - Alternativ-Frequenz ( )
RDS. M , ,. NDR1 NDS (K ). T RDS . . T RDS :
REG (Regional) (T )
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/. . / , .
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M (MW) 531 1602kHz und M (LW) 153 279kHz BA/TS .
, . AFTA TY. X << >>, / . << >> , .
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M FM 1, 2 T . . BA/TS . FM (1, 2 ), 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. (MW) (LW) . BA/TS.
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M FM . A . BA/TS 2. T-STORE . O FM T (Travelstore). , . Travelstore , (. K. A ).
A A / PreM . BA / TS FM . BA / TS . .
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2. . PS SCAN . 1 (. 1).
M 5 20. A , K. DSC - SCANTIME.
A PTY. M << >> . T 1-6.
Preset Scan: SCA
SCA. . K SCAN.
A / Scan SCA.
RDS . FM . , Scan.
PTY - Programm-Typ (Art) ( )
I, ( ). I, . A , K. DSC - SENS.
T . WEATHER K FINANCE O TRAVEL T HOBBIES Hobby JAZZ M Jazz COUNTRY M Country NEWS N - INFO SPORT A CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED POP MUSIC M Pop ROCK MUSIC M Rock CLASSICS K
M o . NON, o .
<< >>. T . a) M PTY, 1-6 . 1-6. 2 . , /.
A , NO PTY, o . . M . A . b) M << >> PTY << >> . << >>. T . >> ( ) << ( ) << >> . ,
/ PTY PTY.
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, , PTY PTY. << >> (1-6), o . M , PTY .
ON . FM . T
T 1-6 . M . PTY .
K PTY , . A ( Scan). . M , . : - : NDR 3. - PTY - O -
, Changer. M PTY (, CD).
/. A , NO PTY, o . .
: PTY . SCA. O . A Scan: SCA.
- TY-O - NO PTY - NDR 3 - O NDR 2 PTY-O - NDR 2, O o.
, . , T (Traffic Programm - ). , , , RDS-EON . (. NDR 3), TA. , ( NDR 2). A (NDR 3).
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