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San Francisco RDM 127
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Quick reference.. 34 Important notes.. 40
Precautions.. 40 Traffic safety... 40 Installation.. 40 Telephone mute. 40 Accessories.. 40
KeyCard theft protection system.. 41
Putting the unit into operation. 41 Removing the KeyCard. 41 Training a second KeyCard/ Replacing a KeyCard.. 41 Displaying the radio pass data. 41 Short Additional Memory (S.A.M.). 42 Turn On Message (T.O.M.). 42 Optical indication for extra security. 42 Care of your KeyCard.. 42
Automatically storing the strongest stations with Travelstore.. 45 Recalling stored stations.. 45 Scanning stored stations with Preset Scan.. 45 Scanning stations with Radio-Scan. 45 Changing the scan time. 45 Selecting the seek tuning sensitivity. 46 Switching from stereo to mono (FM). 46 PTY Programme Type.. 46 Programme type.. 46
Overview of Equalizer functions. 54 HiFi calibration.. 54 Program equalizer manually.. 55 Recall preset equalizer settings. 56 Indication of equalizer settings. 56 To quit the equalizer mode. 56 DSA-Demo.. 56
Switching the audio source. 42 Radio operation with RDS. 43
AF - Alternative frequency.. 43 REG - regional programme. 43 Selecting a waveband. 43 Station tuning.. 44 Scrolling through the broadcasting networks (only FM). 44 Changing the memory bank (FM). 44 Storing stations.. 44
CD and CDC changer operation (optional).. 50
Switching to CD operation.. 50 Inserting a CD.. 50 Removing a CD. 50 Selecting a title.. 50 MIX playback.. 51 Switching to CDC operation.. 51
Overview of the DSC factory settings.. 60
Blaupunkt telephone hotline.. 61
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Traffic announcement priority on/off. 49 Warning beep.. 49 Switching the warning beep off. 49 Automatic seek tuning start. 49 Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements and the warning beep 50 Adjusting GEO for traffic messages and the warning beep.. 50
DNC calibration.. 57 Programming the DNC sensitivity. 57
DSC programming.. 58
Receiving traffic programme stations with RDS-EON. 49
Selecting CDs and titles.. 51 MIX playback.. 51 Selecting the display mode. 52 Storing the display mode.. 52 SCAN operation. 52 Entering CD names.. 52 Deleting a CD name with DSC-UPDATE.. 53
1 Switching on/off with the ON button: Press ON. When switching the set on with the ON button, the KeyCard has to be inserted. The unit will play with the pre-adjusted volume. Switching on with the ignition being switched off: To keep on operating the set when the ignition is switched off (KeyCard is inserted), proceed as follows: Press ON after the double beep tone. The unit will be turned on. To avoid that the battery goes flat, the system will be turned off automatically after a playback time of one hour. 2 VOL+ / VOLTo alter the volume. Each time the set is switched on, it will play with the pre-adjusted volume (VOL FIX). You may also change the VOL FIX setting (see chapter DSC programming). 3 For instantly muting the volume. button the volume By pressing the will be muted immediately. MUTE will appear in the display. The function is cancelled by pressing or VOL+. button When pressing VOL-, the normal volume will be by one grade lower than the mute volume. To programme the mute volume level, proceed as follows: Adjust the desired volume. for two seconds until you Press hear a beep. Now this volume level is stored as your mute volume. Extra function Memory button in the DSC menu. 4 FMT Press repeatedly to switch between the FM memory banks I, II and T (Travelstore). When pressing this button, the system will automatically switch to FM. Extra function FMT To store the six most powerful stations automatically with Travelstore: Press FMT until you hear a beep or T-STORE appears in the display. 5 ML - toggle switch To toggle between medium and long wave reception.
Switching on/off with the KeyCard: The set has to be turned on via the ON button. Note: Read the information in chapter KeyCard theft protection system. Switching on/off via the ignition: When connected correspondingly, the set can also be turned on and off via the vehicle ignition. After the ignition has been switched off, a double beep tone will remind you that you should remove the KeyCard before leaving your vehicle.
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< DSA (Digital Signal Adaptation) To control the equalizer functions and for DNC (Dynamic Noise Covering). Please refer to the detailed information under DSA, Equalizer and DNC.
CDC operation (optional) To switch between the name, time (playback time) and number (CD number) display modes: Press AF briefly. > PTY (Programme Type) In the PTY mode, the preset buttons become programme type buttons. With each preset you can select one programme type, such as for example NEWS, SPORT, POP MUSIC, EDUCATE, etc. ? SRC SRC (source) When having a CD inserted you can switch between the different audio sources radio, CD, and CDC/AUX (if activated). (Eject) Hold down the button for approximately two seconds (beep) and the CD will eject.
@ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 - preset buttons On FM, you can store six stations for each of the memory banks I, II and T. On MW/LW, you can store six stations each. To store a station: Press a preset button during radio operation and hold down until the set resumes play after the muting and you hear a beep. To recall a station: Select the desired waveband. On FM, adjust the corresponding memory bank and press the relevant preset button briefly. Extra function preset buttons To store and recall a PTY programme type. On FM, you can store and recall one programme type on/from each preset button when PTY is active (PTY lights up in the display). A CD slot When inserting a disc with the label side facing up, it will be pulled in automatically and transported to the playback position. CD playback is adjusted automatically.
B DSC (Direct Software Control) Use the DSC function to customise certain programmable, basic settings to suit your personal needs and preferences. See chapter DSC programming for more information. C GEO To adjust the balance (left/right) and fader (front/rear) with the rocker switch.
Fader front Fader rear Balance left Balance right
The last setting will be stored automatically. To switch off GEO: Press button once again. If the setting remains unchanged within four seconds, the display will switch back to the previous condition.
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Treble + Treble Bass Bass +
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The last setting will be stored automatically. To switch off AUD: Press button once again. If the setting remains unchanged within four seconds, the AUD setting will be terminated automatically.
D AUD To adjust the treble and bass frequencies with the rocker switch.
Extra function GEO Separate balance and fader settings for traffic messages. See chapter Adjusting GEO for traffic messages and the warning beep.
Extra function AUD Loudness: When listening at a low level, the Loudness function will create a more natural sound by emphasising the low frequency range. To switch the Loudness on/off: Press the AUD button for approximately two seconds until you hear a beep. The Loudness function is active if LD appears in the display. For more information see chapter DSC programming.
Before starting to use your new car radio, please read the following information carefully.
If you would like to install your new car stereo yourself or add other audio components to existing ones, then please read carefully the enclosed instructions on installation and connection. In order to ensure that the set operates properly it is necessary that the positive power supply line is connected via the ignition and the permanent +12 V lead. Do not ground the loudspeaker outputs!
Use only the accessories and spare parts approved by Blaupunkt. You can use the following Blaupunkt products with this car stereo: Changer CDC A 05, CDC A 071 or CDC F 05 Remote control The infrared remote controls RC 05 and RC 06 H (manual version) allow you to control all of the important functions of your car hi-fi system from the steering wheel.
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 radio 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 radio. Always make sure that you are still able to hear any warning signals coming from outside of the vehicle, such as police or fire engine sirens, so that you can react accordingly. Therefore, you should always select a moderate volume for playing your car radio while you are driving.
If you have a mobile telephone installed in your vehicle, radio or CD playback can be muted automatically when using the phone (telephone mute). PHONE will then appear in the display. When TA is active, traffic messages will always have priority. The announcement will be aborted by pressing the TA button.
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Displaying the radio pass data Training a second KeyCard/ Replacing a KeyCard
While operating the unit with the first KeyCard, you can train a second one to be also used with the set: Insert the first KeyCard and turn on the set. Press the DSC button and select LEARN KC with /. 41 Using the KeyCard supplied with your set you can have the radio pass data such as the model name, product number (7 6.) and serial number indicated on the display panel. Please refer to chapter DSC programming - READ KC.
Putting the unit into operation
Turn on the set. Introduce the KeyCard into the slot with the contact area showing up (KeyCard tongue sticking out). The car radio is now ready for operation. If a wrong KeyCard is inserted, then CARD
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This car radio is supplied with one KeyCard as standard, though it can also be operated with a second card. If you have lost your KeyCard or if it was damaged, you can buy a new one from your specialised dealer. When using two KeyCards, the settings stored on the first card will be adopted. However, you can individually store the following functions: Preset button assignments, bass, treble, balance and fader settings, Loudness, TA (traffic announcement volume), beep volume. In addition, the settings activated before switching the radio off, such as the waveband, station, TA priority, AF, REG ON/OFF, SCANTIME, seek tuning sensitivity and VOL FIX will also remained stored. This ensures that you will find your basic settings re-adjusted automatically as soon as you have inserted your KeyCard.
Removing the KeyCard
Never pull out the KeyCard directly! First, slightly push in the KeyCard. This releases the card and puts it in the proper position for being removed. Now you can pull it out.
ERR will appear in the display. In this case please do not make any further adjustments. The system will switch off after approximately ten seconds. When inserting another card type (e.g. phone or credit card), the display will show WRONG KC for approximately two seconds. Remove the wrong card and introduce the correct KeyCard. After the display indications CARD ERR or WRONG KC: Press ON to turn on the set.
Remove the first KeyCard and insert the new one while CHANGE is still being displayed. After the display indication READY or LEARN KC, press DSC. Now you can also use the new KeyCard for operating your unit. A maximum of two cards can be used for the set. When trying to train a third one, the access authorisation for the KeyCard not used for the training process will be deleted automatically.
Press << or >>. The display will switch to CHANGE. Push in the KeyCard. The card is released and put in the proper position for being removed.
Switching from stereo to mono (FM)
If reception is poor, you may get better sound quality by switching to mono: Press the lo button for approximately two seconds. With mono playback, the stereo sign will disappear from the display. Each time the radio is switched on, stereo playback is activated. The unit will automatically switch to mono if the received signal is not strong enough for stereo playback.
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. Condition: PTY must be active. Using DSC you can choose between German and English (see DSC programming PTY LANG). All of the programme types listed below are available.
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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 two seconds. If you wish to listen to a station with this PTY, press / to start seek tuning operation. If the system is unable to find a station offering the selected programme type, the display will show NO PTY and a beep tone will be released. The station received before starting seek tuning will be tuned in. You can assign different programme types to each preset position. Please refer to the next chapter Storing programme types.
b) Using the << >> buttons of 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 three seconds. During this period press >> (forwards) or << (backwards) to select the desired type. Press << or >> as many times as required.
Storing programme types One programme type was assigned to each of the preset buttons 1-6 at the factory. If desired, you can also store 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
press / to start seek tuning operation. If the system is unable to find a station offering the selected programme type, the display will show NO PTY and a beep tone will be released. The station received before starting seek tuning will be tuned in.
Scanning stations with PTY-SCAN Condition: PTY must appear in the display. Press the SC button. All received stations offering the selected programme types will be scanned. To switch off PTY-SCAN: Press SC once again.
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If you wish to listen to a station offering the selected PTY,
hold down the desired preset button (1-6) until you hear a beep. Now the selected programme type can be recalled by pressing this preset. For this the PTY function must be active.
PTY priority Situation: PTY is switched on and lights up in the display. No station offering the selected programme type can currently be received (with seek tuning or scan). The set will switch back to the previous station. As soon as a programme with such PTY can be received within the broadcasting network, the unit will switch over to the corresponding station for the duration of the programme. Example: German broadcasting network NDR: Station tuned in: NDR3. PTY lights up in the display. Programme type POP selected. Seek tuning is started. 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 system will switch to the linked station NDR2 for the duration of the POP programme.
During CD or CDC operation, the set will also switch to the programme offering the selected PTY within the broadcasting network. After the PTY programme the system will remain in the radio mode. Notice: As earlier mentioned, these functions are currently only supported by a limited number of RDS stations.
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The abbreviation EON stands for Enhanced Other Networks, meaning the exchange of information within a radio network. Many FM broadcasters offer traffic messages for their service area at regular intervals. All traffic programme stations transmit a special carrier signal alongside their programmes, 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 programmes themselves, but by using RDSEON they offer the possibility to receive the traffic messages broadcast by another traffic programme station in the same radio network. If you wish 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.
Press the rocker switch as many times until you have reached the desired title. The number displayed beside T indicates the track number of the currently played title.
Selecting CDs and titles
You can have the CD tracks played in random order.
CD and CDC operation
Storing the display mode
You can store your preferred display mode which will then be active each time the radio is switched on. If required, press AF as many times until the desired setting is displayed. Hold down the AF button until you hear a beep.
Selecting the display mode
You can select the desired display mode for CD operation: NAME The specified name, for example MADONNA will be displayed.
Entering CD names
In the CD mode you can name up to 30 discs and up to 99 for CDC operation. The specified name (e.g. VIVALDI) will appear in the display if you play the disc in the same operating mode (CD/CDC) that was active when entering the name. Be sure to select the display mode NAME using the AF button. To start the entry: Press the DSC button. CD-NAME or CDC-NAME will be displayed. Press. The first underscore character will flash. Select the first character with the help of the rocker switch /. You have the choice between the capital letters A to Z, special characters and the numbers 0 to 9. Use the rocker switch << >> to move to the next underscore and select a character. You can select up to eight characters for CD and up to seven characters for CDC operation.
The elapsed playback time of the title is displayed, for example 2 : 32. In addition for CDC operation: NUMBER The CD position in the magazine (disc number) is displayed, for example CD 8. To switch the display mode: Press the AF button during CD playback. The display mode and the corresponding setting or value will briefly show on the display panel, e.g. TIME, 2 : 32. If you have selected NAME without having specified a name for the corresponding disc, CD PLAY will appear in the display. Please read also the chapter Entering CD names.
Use this function to scan all of the CD tracks. For CDC operation, the system will scan the titles of all discs. To start the Scan function: Press SC/MIX for approximately 1 sec. until CDC SCAN shows on the display panel. The titles will be scanned one after the other in ascending order. To stop the Scan function: Press SC/MIX once again briefly. The track currently being scanned is continued to be played. SCAN will also be terminated by pressing one of the buttons AUD, GEO, DSC, SRC, TPM, , << >> or /.
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Once you have completed the name as desired: Press in order to store it. To quit the naming mode, leave the DSC menu by pressing DSC. If you would like to name another CD, insert a new disc in the CD mode or select a new one for CDC operation. You can change any existing name by entering and storing a new one (overwriting).
Deleting a CD name with DSCUPDATE
Use the DSC function to delete a CD name. Use CD UPD or CDC UPD to confirm all of the CDs whose names are to be retained. Insert a CD or magazine with CDs for which you wish to retain the stored data. Press the DSC button. Press / to select CD UPD or CDC UPD.
Press << >>. After the update has been completed, NEXT CD or NEXT MAG appears in the display.
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Press for approximately two seconds (in the CD mode on the car stereo, for CDC operation on the changer). The CD or magazine will eject. Insert the next CD or magazine. Proceed as described above for all CDs/ magazines whose CD name is to be retained. After having updated the last CD or for approximately magazine, press two seconds (beep). To quit the function, press DSC. The system has saved the name information for all of the CDs which have been inserted. For all other discs, the CD names are deleted.
Digital Signal Adaptation With DSA, you can recall and tune in equalizer functions and activate the dynamic driving noise covering function. Manual equalizer Separate equalizer adjustments can be performed manually for front and rear per memory bank. Preset equalizer (Default allocation of equalizer) Permanent equalizer settings can be recalled with buttons 1 to 6 or with / / << >>. 1 ROCK, 2 DISCO, 3 JAZZ, 4 CLASSIC, 5 VOCAL, 6 P - EQ OFF To calibrate, you have to fix the microphone lead (microphone opening pointing down) to the roof lining with adhesive tape. The position of the microphone for situation 1 (driver alone) is directly on a level with the drivers head. For situation 2, the microphone is between the driver and the front passenger, for situation 3 on a level with the front passengers head, etc. Start HiFi calibration During the calibration process it is important that the surroundings are really quiet. Any outside noises will distort the readings. The loudspeaker radiation should not be impaired by any objects. The system must be switched on. Position the microphone for the situation to be programmed. Incorrect calibrations result when the microphone is wrongly positioned. Depending on the vehicle and on the installtion position of the speakers, calibration may be linear or with a bass boost. Try out which setting you like more. You can preselect with DNC. The following stand for: DNC-OFF DNC-LOW DNC-MID DNC-HIGH linear frequency response slight bass boost medium bass boost stronger bass boost.
Overview of Equalizer functions
The HiFi reproduction in a car is affected, for example, by the interior fittings (upholstery, windows), loudspeaker positioning, etc. With the integrated equalizer, you can tune in nine frequency bands per channel: 60 Hz, 125 Hz, 250 Hz, 500 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz, 4 kHz, 8 kHz, 16 kHz. You can store and recall different settings in five memory banks each (preset buttons 1 to 5): With preset button 6, the corresponding equalizer is deactivated. For optimal acoustic control, the following alternatives are available: Self-calibrating equalizer (HiFi calibration) The set is equipped with a self-calibrating, adaptive 9-band equalizer for four channels. Four channels can be electronically calibrated per memory bank (front left, front right, rear left, rear right).
You can perform and store electronic calibration for five different situations. These calibrations are stored and recalled with the buttons 1 to 5. You can select the following situations, for example: For the driver only For driver and front passenger Front passenger Passengers front and rear
5 Rear passengers only. You deactivate the equalizer with button 6 (P-EQ OFF in the display.)
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Press DSA twice briefly. Press until EL appears.
Press the corresponding button (1 to 5) for approx. 2 seconds (Beep). MicPos 8 appears in the display, the countdown is on. Fully automatic calibration then commences. For this purpose, the system will transmit a high noise level via the speakers.
Select the channel with /.
until EL appears.
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Select the equalizer setting with preset buttons 1 to 5.
Ensure that everything is as quiet as possible during this process. Once the calibration process is complete, the display shows EQ-READY and switches to the last set parameter.
Select any frequency band you may wish to correct with << >>. The set frequency is indicated by a flashing bar. You can alter the adjustment of the frequency band with /. When modifications have been completed, press << >> until no more frequency bands are flashing. If necessary, alter further electronically calibrated channels as described above. The last setting is stored automatically.
Program equalizer manually
If you prefer to program the equalizer manually, you can tune in nine frequency ranges from 60 Hz to 16 Hz separately for the EQ front and EQ rear loudspeakers. Here, too, you can store settings for five situations (with preset buttons 1 to 5). Press DSA briefly and press play. until EQ appears in the dis-
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EL ER EL ER
front left front right rear left rear right
Recall HiFi calibration If you wish to use one of the electronic HiFi calibrations in reproduction: Press DSA briefly,
Once the display indicates a preset equalizer setting, e.g. DISCO, you can sample all the others briefly: Press SC, the corresponding button number of the sampled frequency starts flashing in the display.
Indication of equalizer settings
When the equalizers are programmed, half steps (in the 2 dB-grid) are also indicated in the display. The frequency band is indicated as a full bar (4 dB-grid) after programming.
Select your manual equalizer setting with buttons 1 to 5 (press briefly).
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Dynamic Noise Covering With DNC, a volume considered to be pleasant when the vehicle is stationary is boosted during driving. Depending upon noise development in the car, the frequency ranges are boosted with different intensity. Even during changing noise development, the volume and the sound pattern remain pleasantly distinguishable. Short-term noises such as, for example, when crossing railway tracks, are not taken into account.
DNC calibration is now in operation and functioning automatically. The display indicates DNC-ADJ, now actual calibration is taking place. Once DNCOK appears in the display, calibration is complete. The display indicates DNC-MID for approx. 8 seconds.
With DNC-OFF, you deactivate DNC. Approx. 8 seconds after the last tuning, the set reverts automatically to radio or CD display. If you press DSA once more, the set reverts to the former mode immediately.
Programming the DNC sensitivity
Volume boosting can be selected on three levels: DNC-LOW, DNC-MID, DNC-HIGH. The program returns to DNC-MID automatically after calibration. Select DNC-LOW, for example, for loud engine and heavy-bass music; select DNCHIGH, for example, for a quiet car and classical music. Press DSA until DNC-MID, DNCHIGH, DNC-LOW or DNC-OFF appears.
For operation in your particular car, you have to calibrate using the test microphone. With the adhesive tape supplied, the microphone is fixed permanently in the vicinity of the console, but not directly in the most droning positions or close to the ventilation/heating. The microphone opening must be directed towards the passanger compartment. Calibration should be performed in a quiet place with the engine off. Press DSA until DNC-MID, DNCHIGH, DNC-LOW or DNC-OFF appears. Press any preset button (1-6) for approx. 2 seconds until MicPos 8 appears in the display.
COLOUR (Variocolour) For gradually matching the radio illumination with the dashboard lighting. green. light orange.. red
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To adjust the seek tuning sensitivity for local reception. LO 1 - high sensitivity LO 3 - low sensitivity The seek tuning sensitivity values can be separately set for AM and FM.
To adjust the seek tuning sensitivity for distant reception. DX 1 - high sensitivity DX 3 - low sensitivity
Use this function to set the scan time for the radio or CD player from between five and 30 seconds.
Here you can choose between LED ON or LED OFF. With LED ON, the KeyCard tongue will flash for extra anti-theft protection when the unit has been switched off and the KeyCard removed.
To select the programme type language: DEUTSCH or ENGLISH
If you remove the KeyCard during the reading process, READ KC will show on the display panel.
CD/CDC UPD Use this function during CD and CDC operation to delete CD names, in order to free memory space for new discs. (See Deleting a CD name with DSC-UPDATE). AUX This menu item is not available if you have connected a CD changer (A 05 or F 05). The setting made at the factory is AUX OFF. If you have connected an external piece of equipment via AUX, this function must be set to AUX ON. Use this function to select the volume at which the radio is set when it is switched on. Adjust the desired volume level with << >>. When adjusted to VOL 0, the system will come on with the volume selected before switching the radio off. To quit the DSC programming mode and store the adjustment: Press DSC.
Output power: 4 x 23 W RMS power acc. to DIN 45324 at 14.4 V 4 x 35 W max. power
Overview of the DSC factory settings
CD/CDC NAME LOUDNESS TA VOL SPEECH BEEP ANGLE BRIGHT COLOUR LED LEARN KC READ KC PTY LANG SCANTIME S - DX S - LO CD/CDC UPD AUX VOL FIX green ON ENGLISH 10 sec. OFF 0
Wavebands: FM : MW : LW : FM sensitivity: 87.MHz kHz kHz 0.9 V at 26 dB signalto-noise ratio
FM frequency response: 30 - Hz
Frequency response: 20 - Hz
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Using the area code to be entered you will be automatically given the address and phone number of the next Blaupunkt service centre. You can also request this information by fax.
Then call the following chargeable phone number: / 56 66.
If you would like to know the address of the next Blaupunkt service centre of your area without having our service list at hand: - Find out your area code.
Address of the next service centre in your vicinity (only for Germany)
Blaupunkt telephone hotline
1/97 Pf K7/VKD 401 052
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