Blaupunkt Sevilla RDM 168
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Radio / CD
Acapulco RDM 168 Biarritz RDM 169 Sevilla RDM 168
Remote control RC 08 (optional)
The display consists of three fields and varies according to the operating mode and function.
- Stereo - CD inserted LD - 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 CD mode RPT Repeat function MIX Tracks played at random CD changer mode optional RPT - Repeat function MIX - Tracks played at random
CD changer mode (optional) Current track Audio Numeric and graphic representation of the volume and audio settings DSC Permanent display for DSC programming. Graphic representation of the volume level selected.
DSC Serves as display and input field during DSC programming Clock display Miscellaneous Indicates new source and the active functions (e.g. SCAN)
CD changer mode (optional) Current CD playing CD time (elapsed time), CD name and brief indication of changes in function Clock display
CD mode Current track
CD mode CD time (elapsed playback time), CD name, CD number and brief indication of function switch, Clock display
Display field 1: Radio mode Memory banks and wavebands Brief indication of preset station (e.g. P1)
Display field 2: Radio mode Radio frequency or station name PTY programme type Clock display
Display field 3: Displays active functions
Display.. 31 Equipment features list.. 33 Quick reference.. 34
Remote control operation. 38 Selecting a waveband. 42 Station tuning.. 42 Scrolling through the broadcast networks (FM only). 42 Switching between the memory banks (FM).. 42 Storing stations.. 42 Storing stations with the strongest reception automatically with Travelstore.. 43 Recalling stored stations.. 43 Scanning stations with Radio Scan. 43 Changing the scan time. 43 Selecting the automatic tuning sensitivity... 43 Switching between Stereo/Mono (FM). 44 PTY - Programme Type. 44 Programme types.. 44 Switching PTY ON/OFF. 44 Checking the programme type of the station... 44 Selecting a programme type. 44 Storing programme types. 45 Scanning stations with PTY SCAN. 45 PTY priority.. 45
Traffic programme station reception with RDS-EON. 46
Traffic announcement priority on/off. 46 Warning beep.. 46 Switching the warning beep off. 46 Automatic seek tuning start (CD mode).. 46 Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements and the warning beep. 46
Important notes.. 39
What you need to know. 39 Traffic safety... 39 Installation.. 39 Telephone mute. 39 Accessories (optional). 39 Additional amplifiers. 39 CD changers.. 39 Remote control unit.. 39
CD operation.. 47
Switching on the CD mode. 47 Inserting a CD.. 47 Removing a CD. 47 Selecting a track.. 47 CD-MIX operation.. 47 CD-PAUSE.. 47 CD-Repeat (RPT).. 48 CD-Scan.. 48
Theft protection system / Release panel. 40
Detaching the release panel.. 40 Attaching the release panel. 40 Care of the control panel.. 40 Fixing the release panel.. 40
CD changer operation. 48
Inserting CDs.. 48 Removing CDs.. 48 CD playback... 48 Selecting a track.. 48 MIX... 49 CD-PAUSE.. 49 CD-Scan.. 49 Selecting the display mode. 49
Selecting the operating mode.. 41 Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System ). 41
AF - Alternative frequency.. 41 REG - regional programme. 41 32
CD naming. 50
Start entering CD names.. 50 Altering CD names. 50 Deleting CD names.. 50
Biarritz RDM 169, Sevilla RDM 168 Features in common: RDS (FM/MW/LW) EON PTY (Station search according to program type) Codem D reception concept 30 station presets Clock (precision timing via RDS; switches automatically between standard and daylight savings time) Release panel (electronic detachable operating panel) 4-channel preamp out 3V 4 x 40 watts of maximum power output CD player DMS Disc Management System (CD changer connection possible) AUX (connection for auxiliary sound source) Infrared remote control unit (optional) Telephone mute (sound sources muted during telephone calls) Bass Logic (1-band equalizer) to adjust bass and mid-range frequencies Individual sound settings of each sound source (Source Tone Memory)
9 AUD Use this key to activate the menu for tone control. Treble and bass adjustment Press AUD once briefly: BASS will appear in the display and now you adjust this setting as desired by pressing the rocker switch to the left or the right. Use the up/down rocker switch keys to set the treble. TREBLE will then appear in the display. Setting the Balance (left/right) and the Fader (front/rear): Press AUD twice briefly. Now use the up/down rocker switch to adjust the volume between the front and the rear speakers. FADER will appear in the display. Use the left/right rocker switch keys to adjust the volume between the left and right speakers. BALANCE will appear in the display. The selected values will appear in the display. The last setting is stored automatically. Switch AUD off by pressing the button again briefly. If you do not make any adjustments to the tone within 8 seconds, the AUD mode will quit automatically. 36
LD - Loudness Loudness boosts the bass frequency at low volume. Loudness on/off: Press AUD until you hear a beep. : DSC (Direct Software Control) Using DSC you can adjust programmable basic settings to suit your own personal preferences. Refer to the section on DSC programming for more information. ; Clock display When the unit is switched on press DIS briefly and the current time will appear in the display for approximately 8 seconds. Additional function for clock display: Press and hold DIS until you hear a beep to display the time permanently. If you activate another function, the time will disappear from the display for approximately 8 seconds. < Preset buttons 1 to 6 Radio mode You can store up to six stations in each memory bank (I, II, and T). On MW and LW you can also store six stations each.
Storing stations Tune the radio into the station you would like to store. Press the preset button on which you want to store this station (radio will switch to mute) and hold it down until the radio becomes audible again and you hear a beep. Recalling stored stations Select the waveband and, on FM the memory bank (I!, II, or T) as well. Then press the corresponding preset button 1-6 briefly to listen to the station stored there. Additional function for the station preset buttons Storing and recalling the PTY program type. When PTY is active (PTY will appear in the display), then you can store and recall a program type (e.g. rock, pop, classical, news, etc.) on each for the station preset buttons for the FM waveband. CD mode 3/ -Pause Press the station preset button marked 3/ to interrupt CD playback. PAU-
SE will appear in the display. Press button again to resume CD playback. 4/RPT - Repeat Press the station preset button marked 4/RPT to repeat the CD track currently playing. REPEAT-T will appear briefly in the display. RPT will light up in display field 3. The track title will repeat until 4/RPT is pressed again or you press the rocker switch to select a different track. 5/MIX Press the station preset button marked 5/MIX to switch to MIX playback for the CD currently playing. The tracks on the CD will be played in random order. The current setting is briefly indicated in the display: MIX CD will flash briefly in the display and MIX will appear in display field 3. Press 5/MIX again to switch this function off. CD-Changer mode 3/ - Pause Press the station preset button marked 3/II to interrupt CD playback. PAUSE
will appear in the display. Press button again to resume CD playback. 4/RPT - Repeat Press the station preset button marked 4/RPT to repeat the CD track currently playing. REPEAT-T will appear briefly in the display. To activate the repeat function for the disc currently playing, hold down 4/RPT until you hear a beep. REPEAT-D will appear briefly in the display. Press 4/RPT again to end the repeat function. 5/MIX Press the station preset button marked 5/MIX to switch to MIX playback for the CD currently playing. The tracks on the CD will be played in random order. The current setting is briefly indicated in the display: MIX CD. To activate the MIX function for all of the tracks on the CDs in the magazine, hold down 5/MIX until you hear a beep. MIX ALL will appear briefly in the display. Press 5/MIX again to switch this function off.
> PTY (Programme Type) With PTY the station preset buttons become programme buttons. You can select a different programme type on each of the presets, e.g. news, sport, rock, pop, education, etc. Using the rocker switch <</>> it is possible to recall all of the PTY programme types, if PTY is activated. Press PTY briefly and PTY will light up in the display. Press PTY again to switch the function off. ? AFTA Alternative Frequency in RDS mode: Switch the AF function on/off: Press the AF button for approximately 2 seconds. AF will appear in the display. 37
Extra function: Travelstore To store the six most powerful radio stations in the Travelstore bank: Press BA/TS until a beep sounds or T-STORE appears in the display.
= BA/TS Switches between the wavebands/memory banks FM I, FM II, TS (Travelstore), MW and LW
The radio will use RDS to automatically search for the best radio frequency offering the same programme. To switch the AF function off press the AF button for approximately 2 seconds and AF will disappear in the display after the beep. TP TP will appear in the display if the radio station you are currently tuned into is a traffic information radio station. TA TA (Traffic Announcement = priority for traffic messages) You can only tune into radio stations that broadcast traffic information. TA on/off: Press AF.TA briefly: TA will appear in the display, priority for traffic programmes activated.
Remote control operation
General information SRC press briefly: switches audio sources press briefly: mutes audio sources V+ Vraises the volume lowers the volume
Radio mode seek tuning up seek tuning down >> << next FM memory preset, up press briefly: selects the waveband hold pressed down: Travelstore
CD changer next CD previous CD >> press briefly: next track hold pressed down: CUE fast forward press briefly: previous track hold pressed down: REVIEW fast reverse hold pressed down: List function
What you need to know
Before using your new car audio system, please read through 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 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! This will result in damage to the unit output stages.
Use only Blaupunkt-approved accessories and spare parts. You can use the following Blaupunkt products with this audio system: Additional amplifiers All Blaupunkt amplifiers CD changers Blaupunkt CDC-A 08 and Blaupunkt CDC-A 072 Remote control unit Blaupunkt RC 08 infrared remote control unit. The RC 08 infrared remote control unit allows you to conveniently operate the most important functions 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 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.
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 TA.
If you have installed a car telephone in your vehicle, it is possible to automatically mute the radio or CD playback when you use the telephone (telephone mute).
Theft protection system / Release panel
To best protect your car audio system from theft, this unit has been equipped with a detachable control panel.
Care of the control panel
After you have removed the release panel, protect it from any form of rough handling. Make sure it does not come into contact with any type of fluids. Store it away from direct sunlight and other sources of heat. The connection contact strip which is visible on the rear side of the panel must be in perfect condition to ensure that the system is able to function properly. It is highly advisable to store the control panel in the protective case provided.
Fixing the release panel
To prevent unauthorised persons from removing the release panel, e. g. from a car audio systems showroom, you can fix the release panel to the chassis permanently to lock it into place. Screw the enclosed bolt into the hole on the left hand side of the unit when the release panel is in place, see arrow.
Detaching the release panel
Press the REL button on the top left of the radio to release the control panel. Then remove the panel. You can remove the panel regardless of whether the unit is switched off or on.
Attaching the release panel
Slide the panel into the guide points on the right of the radio unit and then press the left side into the locking position gently until it snaps into place. Make sure that you do not press directly on the display. The audio system will switch on in the operating mode last used before the panel was removed.
AF - Alternative frequency
The AF function makes sure that the radio always tunes into the strongest frequency for the currently selected programme automatically. Press the AFTA button for approximately 2 seconds, until you hear a beep and AF appears in display field 3. While searching for the strongest reception signal, the radio may switch to mute briefly. If SEARCH appears in the display when the radio is switched on or one of the stored frequencies recalled, the unit is already au-
Use the SRC (source) button to select between radio, CD and CD changer, if applicable. The CD mode is not available unless a CD has been inserted. The CD changer mode is not available unless a CD changer is connected and a CD magazine inserted. Otherwise, No CD will appear in the display. Press SRC to switch between the operating modes.
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. To switch the automatic tuning sensitivity and program the sensitivity level, refer to the section on DSC programming.
Storing stations with the strongest reception automatically with Travelstore
Press the corresponding preset button briefly to recall the station.
Scanning stations with Radio Scan
Selecting the automatic tuning sensitivity
Note: If you attempt to store a station which is already stored, the corresponding station and the station preset will flash in the display if you are in a different memory bank.
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.
The scan time per radio station can be set to between 5 and 20 seconds. For more detailed information, refer to the section on DSC programming - SCANTIME.
Changing the scan time
Press the desired preset button until the radio resumes play after the muting (takes approximately 2 seconds) or until you hear a beep. Now the station has been stored. The display will indicate which station has been stored.
completed, the name of the strongest station will appear in the display and begin to play. If desired, stations can also be stored manually in the Travelstore bank, refer to the section on Storing stations.
AM-SCAN will light up in the display. If you want to continue listening to the station which is being scanned, then Press SC briefly. This ends the Radio Scan function. If no station is selected, the scan function will switch off after the frequency band has run through. The station selected previously will resume play.
Recalling stored stations
Switching between Stereo/Mono (FM)
You can switch between Stereo/Mono in the DSC menu. This can be an advantage when the station reception is poor. The car audio system will select stereo automatically when it is switched on. When reception quality deteriorates, the system will switch to mono playback. Refer to the section on Stereo/Mono in DSC programming for information on how to switch from stereo to mono. The playback mode selected is indicated in the display.
Checking the programme type of the station Switch PTY on by pressing the PTY button. 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. POP ROCK WEATHER CHILDREN TRAVEL HOBBIES JAZZ OLDIES NEWS SPORT CULTURE Refer to DSC programming PTY Lang to find information on switching the language used to display the programme types between German and English. Press PTY for approximately 2 seconds. After the beep 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.
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, press / to start the seek tuning function. If the radio is unable to find a station offering the selected programme type, the display will show NO PTY and a beep 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.
PTY - Programme Type
PTY is an RDS service offered by an increasing number of broadcasting stations. This feature allows you to select FM stations automatically 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.
Switching PTY ON/OFF
Press PTY. When the function is active, the programme type selected last will briefly appear in the display and PTY will appear permanently. 44
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 necessary, press the PTY button to switch on the function.
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.
Traffic announcement priority on/off
If the priority for traffic announcement programmes is activated, TA will light up in the display. To switch the priority on or off: Press the AF.TA button. If you press AF.TA while a message is being broadcast, this message only will be interrupted. The unit will then switch back to the previous mode. The priority for other traffic messages remains active. Please note that several buttons have no function while a traffic announcement is broadcast.
press a preset button which has a traffic programme station allocated to it.
b) Switch off the priority for traffic announcements: Press TA. TA will disappear from the display.
Automatic seek tuning start (CD mode)
If you leave the reception area for the traffic programme station you have tuned into while you are listening to a CD, the system will automatically start searching for a new traffic programme. If no such station is found within approximately 30 seconds, a warning beep will sound every 30 seconds. To switch the warning beep off, proceed as described above.
If you leave the reception area of the traffic programme station currently tuned into, you will hear a warning beep after approximately 30 seconds. This warning will also be emitted if you press a preset button for a station which does not send the traffic programme signal (TP).
Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements and the warning beep
Although this volume was preset at the factory, you can use the DSC function to alter the setting (see DSC programming - TA VOL).
Switching the warning beep off
a) Tune into another station offering traffic information: Press the rocker switch or
Switching on the CD mode
CD is inserted, CD lights up in the display. Press SCR to switch the audio source: Press SRC as often as necessary until the CD functions appear in the display (track number and elapsed playing time).
After you insert a CD, the CD functions will appear in the display.
/ Select track: Up Down
Inserting a CD
Switch the car audio system on.
Insert a CD (label facing up) gently into the CD slot. The CD will be automatically transported to its playing position. CD playback will begin.
Fast forward, audible (CUE) Hold >> pressed down for as long as necessary.
If is pressed only once the unit will return to the beginning of the track currently playing.
Press the station preset button marked 3/ to interrupt CD playback. CD-PAUSE will appear in the display. Press this button again to cancel the pause function. The CD programme will continue on from where it left off.
This car audio system is also equipped with a CD player. 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 butterfly or a beer mug, for example, are not suitable for use with this equipment. Using such CDs can very likely result in the destruction of the CD and the CD drive. We assume no responsibility for damages caused by using unsuitable CDs.
Removing a CD
Press the Eject button briefly. The CD will eject. Do not interfere with the automatic CD insert/eject function in any way as this might damage the mechanism. If you do not remove the CD, it will be pulled back into the unit after approximately 30 seconds.
Fast reverse, audible (REVIEW) Hold << pressed down for as long as necessary.
You can play back the tracks on the CD in random order. Press 5/MIX on the station preset buttons briefly to switch the function on and off. MIX is switched on when MIX CD appears briefly in the display when you switch audio sources and each time the CD track changes.
Selecting a track
The rocker switch acts as a successive switch, i.e. press it repeatedly to skip over several tracks. The number of the track currently selected will appear beside T in the display.
CD changer operation
Press the station preset button marked 4 during CD playback to repeat the track currently playing. REPEAT will appear briefly in the display and the track will repeat until you press station button 4/RPT again or press the rocker switch to select a different track. The CD 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 butterfly or a beer mug, for example, are not suitable for use with this equipment. Using such CDs can very likely result in the destruction of the CD and the CD drive. We assume no responsibility for damages caused by using unsuitable CDs. After you have inserted the magazine, keep the door closed to prevent the magazine from becoming dusty or dirty.
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.
When CD playback starts, all active CD functions and the CD identification (e.g. number, name or elapsed playing time) will light up in the display. The name or number of the CD currently playing will appear in the display.
You can scan the tracks on a CD. To start the SCAN function: Press SC for approximately 2 seconds. CD-SCAN will appear in the display. The tracks will be scanned briefly one after the other in ascending order. To end the SCAN function: Press SC for approximately 2 seconds. The track scanned last will begin to play.
Insert one or several CDs into the magazine (label facing up). Slide the magazine into the CD changer in the direction of the arrow. The CDs are counted from bottom to top.
Open the door of the CD changer and press the eject button.
Fast forward, audible (CUE). Fast reverse, audible (REVIEW).
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 or REPEATD will light up briefly in display field 2 when you activate this function and each time the track changes. Switch REPEAT-T on: Press 4/RPT briefly. Switch REPEAT-D on: Hold 4/RPT down for longer. To switch RPT off again: press 4/RPT briefly.
You can have the CD tracks played back 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 switch MIX off again: press 5/MIX briefly.
You can scan all of the CD tracks. To start the SCAN function: Press SC for approximately 2 seconds. SCAN will appear in the display. All of the tracks on the CDs inserted in the magazine will be scanned briefly one after the other in ascending order. To end the SCAN function: Press SC for approximately 2 seconds. The track scanned last will begin to play.
Selecting the display mode
During CD playback you can select the display mode: DISC NO - displays the number of the CD currently playing. NAME - displays the name of the CD currently playing, e.g. Madonna (for the Acapulco RDM 168 only). - displays the elapsed playing time of a track, e.g. 2:32, in minutes.
Press the station preset button marked 3/ to interrupt CD playback. CD-PAUSE will appear in the display. again to cancel the pause Press 3/ function. The CD programme will continue on from where it left off.
To switch the display mode: You can switch the display mode in the DSC menu (see DSC programming CD DISP). TIME is the factory default setting. The display mode will appear briefly, followed by the corresponding value, e.g. TIME, 2:32. If you have selected NAME and you have not named the CD playing, the TIME display will appear for this CD. Also read the section on CD naming. Note: The following functions apply to the Acapulco RDM 168 only. You can enter individual names for CDs. This name (e.g. MADONNA) will then appear in the display if you have selected CD NAME in the DSC menu. You can enter up to 30 CD names for the integrated CD player. When you insert the CD, the player will recognise it and display the name if you have selected this display mode in the DSC menu. You can enter up to 99 CD names for the CD changer. When the CD changer selects the CD, it will recognise it and display the name if you have selected this display mode in the DSC menu. If the CD has not yet been named, eight dashes will appear in the display. The first dash will flash. Press << or >> and select a letter, number or blank space. Select _ to enter a blank space. Press << or >> to select the next character. Press DSC to save the name. The display will return to the CDC NAME mode. Repeat this process to name another CD. To quit the mode, press DSC.
The tone may become too lean and aggressive. Pay attention to the underlying tone of the music.
Mid-range sound 400 - 4.000 Hz
Sound appears to be in the foreground, very aggressive, no stereo effect
Reduce the mid-range with HIGH EQ filter Frequency: 1000 to 2500 Hz Level: -4 to 6 dB
Playback should not be too quiet. Tone too powerless
Treble 4.000 - 20.000 Hz
Lifeless reproduction Lack of transparency Instruments do not sparkle
Boost treble range with HIGH EQ filter Frequency: approximately 10 kHz Level: +2 to +4 dB
Avoid a piercing type of tone Strong hissing sound unpleasant
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. Use the rocker switch to select and set the functions you wish to change. The display will show you the setting you have selected. Press / to select the function. Press << />> on the rocker switch to change or recall the values. Note: Whether the settings listed in the following are available or not depends on the car audio system model and the features with which it is equipped. If you cannot select any of the functions listed here, then your car audio system is not equipped with that feature and it cannot be adjusted as a result (also see the section on Equipment features list).
If another signal source is connected to the CD changer input, you must switch AUX to ON. Press SRC to select the AUX function. AUX will appear in the display. Acknowledgement tone for all functions which require a button to be pressed for more than one second. The volume can be adjusted from between 0 to 9. (0 = off)
CLOCKSET Sets the clock manually. Refer to the section on Clock.
ON/OFF. Here you can set the clock to permanent display when the audio system is switched off. The clock display will remain visible until the ignition is switched off.
Appears only during CD playback. Use this function to give your CDs individual names. Refer to the section on CD naming.
To select the NAME, TIME or CD number for the CD changer.
Sets the turn-on volume. If set to VOL 0, the unit will automatically play at the volume last selected before it was switched off. Press DSC to save any changes made in the settings and to quit the DSC menu.
Overview of the DSC factory settings
AM ON/OFF AUX IN BEEP CLK MAN/AUTO CLK 12/24 CD DISP CDC DISP DISP ON/OFF EQ. ON/OFF HICUT HIGH EQ LO-DX LOW EQ LOUDNESS MUTE LEVEL PEAK ON/OFF PTY LANG REG. ON/OFF SCANTIME SHARX STEREO/MONO TA. VOL T. ON VOL ON OFF 4 AUTO 24 Time TIME OFF OFF Hz / 0 db SENS DX Hz / 0 db ON English OFF 10 ON Stereo 30 0
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
Frequency response: 20 - 20.000 Hz
Subject to modification! 57
FM frequency response: 20 - 16.000 Hz
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