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SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH DEUTSCH
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DEUTSCH PORTUGUS ESPAOL SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANAIS ENGLISH
button - unlatches the flip/ release panel Volume control Button - switches the radio and mute function on/off RDS button - switches RDS convenience function on/off (radio data system). Selects variable radio texts. BND button (band), source selection for radio mode, selection of FM memory levels and the wavebands MW and LW TS, starts the Travelstore function. Display (display field) button - indicates the time on the display DIS, change display contents MENU button - selects the menu for basic settings
button - opens the flip/release panel Arrow-key block OK button - confirms menu entries and starts the scan function X-BASS button to adjust and switch X-BASS on/off AUDIO button (Audio) - adjusts bass and treble, balance and fader Key block 1 - 6 TRAF button, switches traffic information standby on/off SRC button - selects between CD, CD changer (if connected) and AUX sources
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Notes and accessories. 27
Road safety.. 27 Installation.. 27 Accessories.. 27 International telephone information. 27 Interrupting play (PAUSE). 39 Changing the display. 39 Traffic announcements in CD mode.. 39 Removing a CD.. 39
Flip/release panel. 28 Switching on/off.. 29 Volume adjustment. 30 Radio mode.. 32
Switching to radio mode. 32 RDS function (AF, REG). 32 Selecting the waveband/memory. 32 Tuning into a station.. 33 Setting the sensitivity of the station search mode.. 33 Storing stations.. 33 Storing stations automatically (Travelstore).. 34 Listening to preset stations. 34 Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)... 34 Setting the scanning time. 34 Programme type (PTY). 34 Optimising radio reception. 36 Selecting radio text display. 36 Setting the display.. 36
CD changer mode. 40
Starting CD changer mode. 40 Selecting a CD.. 40 Selecting a track.. 40 Fast track selection.. 40 Fast search (audible). 40 Changing the display. 40 Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT).. 40 Random play (MIX). 41 Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)... 41 Interrupting Play (PAUSE). 41
CLOCK - Time. 42 Tone and volume balance. 43
Adjusting the bass.. 43 Adjusting the treble.. 43 Setting the volume distribution left/right (balance).. 43 Setting the volume distribution front/rear (fader).. 43
Traffic information. 37 CD Mode.. 38
Starting CD mode.. 38 Selecting a track.. 38 Fast track selection.. 38 Fast search (audible). 38 Random play (MIX). 38 Scanning tracks (SCAN).. 39 Repeating a track (REPEAT).. 39
X-BASS.. 44 Setting the level indicator. 44 External audio sources.. 45 Technical data. 45
NOTES AND ACCESSORIES
Thank you for deciding to use a Blaupunkt product. We hope you enjoy using this new piece of equipment. Please read these operating instructions before using the equipment for the first time. The Blaupunkt editors are constantly working on making the operating instructions clearer and easier to understand. However, if you still have any questions on how to operate the equipment, please contact your dealer or the telephone hotline for your country. You will find the hotline telephone numbers printed at the back of this booklet. We provide a manufacturer guarantee for our products bought within the European Union. You can view the guarantee conditions at www.blaupunkt.de or ask for them directly at: Blaupunkt GmbH, Hotline CM/PSS 6 Robert Bosch Str. 200 D-31139 Hildesheim Germany If you would like to install your car radio yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions at the end of the manual.
Please use only Blaupunkt-approved accessories. Remote controls The most important functions can be selected safely from the steering wheel using the optional remote controls RC 08 and RC 10. Amplifiers All Blaupunkt amplifiers are suitable for use with the radio. CD changer The following Blaupunkt CD changers can be connected to the radio: CDC A 06, CDC A 08, CDC A 072, IDC A 09 and CDC A 02. The CD changers CDC A 5 and CDC A 071 can also be connected if you use an adapter cable (Blaupunkt no.: 889 093).
Road safety has priority. Only operate your car radio if road and traffic conditions allow. Familiarise yourself with the unit before setting off on your journey. You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens in good time. For this reason, set the volume of your car radio at a suitable level.
International telephone information
Should you have any questions about how to use the car radio or require any further information, please call us! The telephone information service numbers are printed on the last page of this manual.
Your car radio is fitted with a flip/release panel to guard against theft. Without this panel, the unit is worthless to the thief. Protect your unit from theft by taking the flip/release panel with you every time you leave the car. Do not leave the panel behind in the car, even if it is out of sight. The constructive design of the panel makes for simple handling. Note: Do not drop the flip/release panel. Do not expose the flip/release panel to direct sunshine or other sources of heat. Keep the flip/release panel in the case provided. Avoid touching the contacts of the flip/release panel. Please clean it when necessary with some white spirit on a lint-free cloth.
First pull the flip/release panel
straight and then to the left out of the unit. After removing the flip/release panel, the unit switches itself off. All the current settings are saved. If there is a CD in the unit, it remains there.
Attaching the flip/release panel Slide the flip/release panel from left
to right into the unit guide.
Press the left side of the panel into
the unit until it slots into place.
Removing the flip/release panel
Note: Do not press against the display while attaching the flip/release panel. If the device was switched on when the panel was removed, it will switch itself back on automatically with the last settings (radio, CD, CD-changer or AUX) as soon as the panel is replaced.
This unlatches the flip/release panel.
There are various ways of switching the car radio on and off, as described below. Switching on/off using the ignition If the car radio is correctly connected to the ignition and has not been switched off using the button 3, it is switched on/off simultaneously with the ignition. You can also switch on your car radio when the vehicle ignition is off.
Switching on by inserting a CD If there is no CD in the CD compartment when the car radio is switched off,
This flip/release panel then opens.
Without exerting any force, slide
the CD into the compartment, printed side uppermost, until you feel some resistance. The CD is automatically drawn into the drive. Do not hinder or assist the drive as it draws the CD in.
To do so, press the button 3.
Note: To protect the vehicle battery, the unit switches off automatically after one hour. Switching on/off using the flip/ release panel
Press the flip/release panel gently
until you feel it slot into place. The car radio switches itself on and CD playback begins.
Remove the flip/release panel.
The unit switches itself off.
Replace the flip/release panel once
more. The device switches on. The most recent setting (radio, CD, CD-changer or AUX) is restored. Switching on/off using the button 3
To switch the unit on, press the button 3.
To switch the unit off, hold the button 3 down for more than two seconds. The car radio is now switched off.
The system volume can be adjusted in steps from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum).
This feature enables you to lower the system volume instantaneously (mute).
To raise the system volume, turn
the volume control 2 to the right.
Briefly press button 3.
MUTE appears on the display. Activating the mute setting The unit's mute level is adjustable.
To lower the system volume, turn
the volume control 2 to the left.
Setting the switch-on volume
You can set the volume at which you wish the car radio to play when switched on.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : repeatedly until MUTE LEVEL appears on the display.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : repeatedly until ON VOLUME appears on the display. buttons : to set the switch-on volume. If you select the LAST VOL setting, the volume played before the unit was last switched off will be reactivated. Note: To protect your hearing, the poweron volume is limited to a value of 38. If the volume level was higher when the unit was switched off and the LAST VOL setting is selected, the volume will be reset to 38 when the unit is switched on again. When you have finished making your changes, ; twice.
buttons : to set the
When you have completed the setting, press either the MENU button 8 or OK ; twice.
Telephone Audio/Navigation Audio
If your car radio is connected to a mobile telephone or navigation system, then when the telephone is taken off the hook, or when the navigation system is speaking, the car radio is muted. The telephone conversation or speech output are reproduced via the car radio speakers. This requires the mobile telephone or navigation system to be connected to the car radio as described in the installation instructions. For this you will need the cable with the following Blaupunkt number: 001 503. Your Blaupunkt dealer can tell you which navigation systems can be used with your car radio.
press the MENU button 8 or OK
If a traffic announcement is received during a telephone call, or while the navigation system is speaking, the traffic announcement is not reproduced until the call or the speech output has finished. If a call is received or if the navigation system begins speaking during a traffic announcement, the announcement is reproduced. The telephone call or speech output can be heard when the traffic announcement has finished. The volume at which navigation output or telephone calls start is adjusted as follows: Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : until TEL/NAVI VOL appears in the display. Set the desired volume with the buttons :. When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 or OK ; twice. Note: You can adjust the volume level of telephone calls and of speech output as they are made with the volume control 2.
Setting the volume for the confirmation tone
If you hold down a button for longer than two seconds when using certain functions, e.g. storing a station on a station button, a confirmation tone (beep) sounds. The volume of this beep is adjustable.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : repeatedly until BEEP appears on the display.
Adjust the volume using the
and buttons :. 0 means the beep is off, 9 means maximum beep volume.
When you have completed the setting, press either the MENU button 8 or OK ;.
This unit is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many of the receivable FM stations transmit a signal that not only carries the programme but also additional information such as the station name and programme type (PTY). The station name appears on the display as soon as it is received. Switching REG function on/off To use the RDS functions AF and REG,
press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : repeatedly until REG appears on the display. OFF or ON will be displayed alongside REG.
To switch REG on or off, press the
or ;. Switching the RDS convenience function on/off button :.
Switching to radio mode
If you are in CD, CD changer or AUX mode,
Press the MENU button 8 or OK
press the BND/TS button 5
keep pressing the SRC button @
until RADIO appears in the display.
To use the RDS functions AF and
REG, press the RDS button 4. The RDS convenience functions are active when RDS lights up on the display with a symbol. When the RDS convenience functions are activated, REG ON or REG OFF appears briefly on the display.
RDS function (AF, REG)
The RDS functions AF (Alternative Frequency) and REG (Regional) extend your radio's range of functions. AF: If this RDS function is activated, the unit automatically tunes into the best receivable frequency for the station that is currently set. REG: Some radio stations set aside some of their broadcasting time for regional programmes that provide different regional content. With the REG function, your car radio is prevented from switching to alternative frequencies with a different regional content. Note: REG has to be specially activated/ deactivated in the unit's menu. 32
Selecting the waveband/ memory
This unit can receive programmes broadcast over the FM as well as MW and LW (AM) waveband. There are three preset memory levels for the FM range and one each for the MW and LW ranges. Six stations can be stored on each memory level.
In order to switch between memory
levels or wavebands, briefly press the BND/TS button 5.
There are various methods available for tuning into a station. Automatic station search mode
Tuning into a station
Setting the sensitivity of the station search mode
You can choose whether you wish to preset only strong or also poor-reception stations.
The unit tunes into the next receivable station. Tuning into stations manually You can also tune into stations manually.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : repeatedly until SENS appears on the display.
Press either the
Note: You can only tune into stations manually if the RDS function has first been deactivated. Browsing through broadcasting networks (only FM) If a radio station provides several programmes, you have the option of browsing through its so-called broadcasting network.
The display shows the currently set value for sensitivity. SENS HI6 denotes maximum sensitivity. SENS LO1 is the minimum.
buttons : to set the desired degree of sensitivity.
When you have completed the settings, press the MENU button 8 or the OK buttons ;.
Storing stations manually
or button : to move to the next station on the broadcasting network.
Select the required FM memory
level, FM1, FM2, FMT or either waveband MW or LW. Tune into the desired station.
Note: If you want to use this feature, the RDS function must first be activated. You will then only be able to switch to stations that you have received once already. To do so, use the Scan or Travelstore function.
Hold down one of the preset station buttons 1 - 6 > on which you wish to store the station for more than two seconds.
Storing stations automatically (Travelstore)
You can store the six stations with the strongest reception in the region automatically (only FM). The stations are stored in the FMT memory. Note: Stations that were previously stored in this memory are deleted in the process. Ending SCAN, continuing to listen to a station
Press the OK button ;.
The scanning process is completed, the station last scanned remains active.
Setting the scanning time Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : repeatedly until SCANTIME appears on the display. buttons : to set the desired scanning time. pleted, press the MENU button 8 or OK ; twice. Note: The set scanning time also applies to scanning in the CD and CD changer mode.
Hold down the BND / TS button 5
for more than two seconds. The automatic station-storing procedure begins. TRAVEL-STORE appears on the display. Once the process is completed, the station stored in FMT memory location 1 is played.
Once the setting has been com-
Listening to preset stations Select the memory or frequency
Hold down the preset station button 1 - 6 > of the desired station.
Programme type (PTY)
Besides transmitting the station name, some FM stations also provide information on the type of programme they are broadcasting. This information can be received and displayed by your car radio. For example, the programme types can be: CULTURE TRAVEL JAZZ SPORT NEWS POP ROCK CLASSICS You can use the PTY function to select stations of a particular programme type.
Selecting radio text display
Some radio stations use the RDS signal to broadcast advertising or other information instead of their station name. Such radio texts appear on the display. You can either allow or block the display of radio text.
Press the RDS button 4 until
NAME FIX appears on the display.
Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button :
repeatedly until HICUT appears on the display.
In order to reactivate the display of
radio texts, hold down the RDS button 4 until NAME VAR appears on the display.
or button : to select HICUT. HICUT 0 denotes no treble reduction, HICUT 1 the greatest automatic reduction of the treble and the interference level. OK ;.
Setting the display
In radio mode you can choose between the continuous display of the time or the continuous display of the station name/ frequency.
Press the MENU button 8 or
Hold down the
/ DIS button 7 until the desired feature appears on the display.
Your car radio is equipped with an RDSEON reception system. EON stands for Enhanced Other Network. When a traffic announcement (TA) is broadcast, your unit will automatically switch, within a broadcasting network, from a station which does not transmit traffic information to one that does. The unit reverts to the programme previously listened to when the traffic announcement is over.
Setting the traffic announcement volume Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : repeatedly until TA VOLUME appears on the display. or button : to set the desired volume.
Once the setting is completed,
press the MENU button 8 or OK ; twice. Note: You can also adjust the volume during a traffic announcement for its duration by using the volume control 2. Note: You can also adjust the tone and volume balance for traffic announcements. Please see the Tone and Volume Balance section.
Switching traffic information priority on/off Press the TRAF button ?.
Priority for traffic announcements is activated when the traffic-jam symbol lights up on the display. Note: You will hear a warning tone, if you leave the reception area of a traffic information station to which you are currently tuned in; if you leave the reception area of a traffic information station when you are listening to a CD and the subsequent automatic search cannot locate a new traffic information station; if you retune the radio from a traffic information station to one that does not broadcast traffic information. Either deactivate the priority for traffic information or switch to a station which broadcasts traffic information.
You can use this device for playing standard audio CDs, CD-Rs and CDRWs with a diameter of 12 cm. Risk of damage to CD drive! Single CDs with a diameter of 8 cm and CDs which are not circular (shape CDs) should not be used. We accept no liability for any damage to the CD drive that may occur as a result of the use of unsuitable CDs.
Selecting a track Press one of the buttons on the arrow block : to select the next or previous track. If the or button : is pressed once, the current track is played again from the beginning.
Fast track selection
For fast track selection backwards or forwards:
hold down either the
Starting CD mode
If there is no CD in the drive, button 9. The flip/release panel opens. Gently insert the CD into the CD compartment with the printed side uppermost until you feel some resistance. The CD will be drawn into the drive automatically. Do not hinder or assist the drive as it draws the CD in. Close the panel using light pressure until you feel it latch into place. CD playback begins. If there is already a CD in the drive, press the SRC button @ repeatedly until CD appears on the display. Playback begins from the point at which it was last interrupted.
or button : until fast track selection backwards or forwards begins.
Fast search (audible)
For a fast search backwards or forwards
buttons : pressed until the fast search backwards or forwards begins.
Random play (MIX) Press the button 5 MIX >.
MIX CD appears briefly on the display, the MIX symbol lights up. The next track played will be randomly selected. Stopping MIX
Press the button 5 MIX > once
again. MIX OFF appears briefly on the display, the MIX symbol goes out.
You can briefly listen in to all the tracks on a CD.
Scanning tracks (SCAN)
Interrupting play (PAUSE) Press the button 1 >.
PAUSE appears on the display. Ending Pause
more than two seconds. The next track starts to play. Note: The scanning time is adjustable. Read about setting the scanning time in the section Setting the scanning time in the chapter Radio mode. Stopping SCAN and continuing playback
Press the button 1
pause. Play then resumes.
> during the
Press the OK button ; to end
scanning. The current track will then continue to play.
number and time or track number / and playing time, press the DIS 7 button once or several times for more than two seconds until the desired elements appear on the display.
If you would like to end repeat,
press the button 4 RPT > once again. REPEAT OFF appears briefly on the display, the RPT symbol goes out. Normal playback is resumed.
Removing a CD Press the button 9.
The flip/release panel opens to the front and the CD is ejected.
Carefully remove the CD and close
the flip/release panel.
press button 4 RPT >. REPEAT TRCK appears briefly on the display, the RPT symbol lights up. The track is then repeated until RPT is deactivated.
Repeating a track (REPEAT) If you would like to repeat a track,
Traffic announcements in CD mode If you want to receive traffic announcements whilst listening to a CD, press the TRAF ? button. Traffic announcement priority is active when the traffic-jam symbol lights up on the display. Please see the chapter Traffic information.
Changing the display To alter the display between track
CD CHANGER MODE
CD changer mode
Note: Information on handling CDs, inserting CDs and operating the CD changer can be found in the operating instructions accompanying your CD changer.
Starting CD changer mode Press the SRC button @ repeatedly until CHANGER appears on the display. Playback begins with the first CD the CD changer recognises.
number and playing time or track number and time or track number / DIS and CD number, press the 7 button once or several times for more than two seconds until the desired elements appear on the display.
Selecting a CD To change up or down to a different
CD, press the or button : once or several times.
Repeating individual tracks or whole CDs (REPEAT) To repeat the current track, press
the button 4 RPT > briefly. REPEAT TRCK appears briefly on the display and RPT lights up.
Selecting a track To move up/down from one track to
another on the current CD, press the or button : once or several times.
To repeat play of the entire CD,
press the button 4 RPT > once again. REPEAT DISC appears briefly on the display and RPT lights up. Stopping REPEAT
To stop the repeat function for the
current track or CD, press the button 4 RPT > repeatedly until REPEAT OFF appears briefly on the display and RPT goes out.
Random play (MIX) To play the tracks on the current
CD in random order, press the button 5 MIX >. MIX CD appears briefly on the display and MIX lights up. To play the tracks of all the inserted CDs in random order, press the button 5 MIX > once again. MIX ALL appears briefly on the display and MIX lights up. Note: In the case of CD changers CDC A 08 and IDC A 09, all CDs in the changer are randomly selected. All other changers first play all the tracks on a CD in random selection before moving to the next CD in the changer. Stopping MIX Press the button 5 MIX > until MIX OFF appears briefly on the display and MIX goes out.
Stopping SCAN To stop scanning, press the OK button ; briefly. The track currently being scanned then continues play. Note: You can set the scanning time as required. Please see the section Setting the scanning time in the Radio mode chapter.
Interrupting Play (PAUSE) Press the button 1 >.
Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN) To listen in briefly to all the tracks
on all inserted CDs in ascending order, hold down the OK button ; for more than two seconds. SCAN appears on the display.
CLOCK - TIME
CLOCK - Time
Briefly displaying the time Press the / DIS 7 button briefly
to display the time.
buttons : to switch between the 12 and 24-hour mode.
; once you have completed the setting.
Setting the time
Setting the time manually
To set the time manually, press the
MENU button 8.
Viewing the time with the car radio switched off and the ignition on To view the time when the car radio
is switched off and the ignition is switched on, press the MENU button 8. MENU appears on the display.
or button : repeatedly until CLOCKSET appears on the display. button :.
The time appears on the display. The minutes flash and can now be set.
Set the minutes using the
or button : repeatedly until CLK DISP OFF or CLK DISP ON appears on the display.
Once the minutes have been set,
press the button :. The hours now flash.
button : to switch between ON and OFF.
Set the hours using the
; twice, once you have completed the setting.
Briefly viewing the time when the car radio is switched off
In order to view the time when the car radio is switched off,
Selecting the 12/24-hour clock mode Press the MENU button 8.
MENU appears on the display.
press the button
/ DIS 7.
The time appears on the display for eight seconds.
or button : repeatedly until 24 H MODE or 12 H MODE appears on the display.
TONE AND VOLUME BALANCE
You can adjust the sound settings for each source separately (radio, CD, CD changer, AUX and traffic announcement). The volume distribution settings apply to all the audio sources. Note: You can only adjust the audio settings for traffic announcements whilst a traffic announcement is actually being played.
Tone and volume balance
Setting the volume distribution left/right (balance) To set the volume distribution left/
right (balance), press the AUDIO = button. BASS appears on the display.
button : repeatedly until BALANCE appears on the display. or button : to set the volume distribution left/right.
Adjusting the bass Press the AUDIO = button.
BASS appears on the display.
Press the AUDIO = button once
you have completed the setting.
button : to set
Setting the volume distribution front/rear (fader) To set the volume distribution front/
rear (fader), press the AUDIO = button. BASS appears on the display.
Adjusting the treble Press the AUDIO = button.
button : repeatedly until TREBLE appears on the display. or button : to set the treble.
button : repeatedly until FADER appears on the display. or button : to set the volume distribution front/rear.
X-Bass means increased bass at low volumes. Note: X-BASS can be adjusted separately for each audio source (radio, CD, CD-changer and AUX). Setting X-BASS boost The X-BASS boost can be increased in steps from 1 to 3. X-BASS-OFF means the function is switched off.
Setting the level indicator
The spectrometer (level display) briefly provides a symbolic display of the volume and the audio control settings whilst you are adjusting them. When settings are not being made, the spectrometer indicates the original level of the car radio. You can also set the type of spectrometer on your menu. There are two types available. Selecting a spectrometer type
Press the X-BASS button < Press the or button : until
the desired setting appears in the display. When setting is complete Press the X-BASS button <.
Press the MENU button 8.
or button : repeatedly until EQ DISPLAY appears on the display. or button : to choose between displaying SPECTRUM 1 and SPECTRUM2 or EQ DISP OFF set the volume distribution left/right.
EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES
External audio sources
In place of the CD changer it is also possible to connect other external audio sources to the line output. These sources can include a portable CD player, MiniDisc player or MP3 player. The AUX output has to be switched on in the install menu. To connect up an external audio source, you will need an adapter cable, obtainable from any authorised Blaupunkt dealer (Blaupunkt no.: 897 093).
Output power: 4 x 25 watts sine in accordance with DIN at 14.4V, 4 x 45 watts max. power
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Frequency ranges: FM : 87.5 - 108 MHz MW : 531 - kHz LW : 153 - 279 kHz FM transmission range: 35 - Hz
Switching the AUX input on/off Press the MENU button 8.
or button : repeatedly until AUX-IN-1 OFF or AUXIN-1 ON appears on the display.
or button : to switch AUX on or off.
Transmission range: 20 - Hz
; once you have completed the setting. Note: When the AUX input is switched on, it can be selected using the SRC button @.
4 channels: 3V
AUX 1 input Tel-/Navi input : 2 V / 6 k : 10 V / 1 k
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