Blaupunkt CANBERRA RCM 85 Operating instructions

Radio / Cassette
Canberra
RCM 85
Operating instructions
PORTUGUÊS
ESPAÑOL
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ENGLISH
Release panel ....................................... 24
Detaching the release panel ................. 24
Fitting the release panel .................... 24
Security code ..................................... 24
Entry of a wrong code number .............. 24
Switching on security coding ................. 25
Re-start following an interrup-tion of the
power supply ......................................... 25
Switching off security coding ................. 25
Optical indication for extra security ....... 25
Receiving traffic programme stations with RDS-EON ....................... 29
Overview of the DSC factory settings ... 33
CD changer control (optional) ..... 33
Switching to changer operation
with SRC on the car radio ..................... 33
Selecting a disc/track using the rocker
switch .................................................... 33
SCAN .................................................... 33
MIX ........................................................ 34
Appendix ....................................... 34
Care notes ............................................ 34
Release panel .................................... 34
Mechanism/cassettetapes ................. 34
Specifications ........................................ 34
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PORTUGUÊS
Traffic announcement priority on/off ..... 29
Warning beep ........................................ 29
Switching the warning beep off .......... 29
Automatic seek tuning start) ................. 30
Adjusting the volume for traffic
announcements and the warning beep . 30
DSC programming ........................ 32
ENGLISH
Inserting a tape ..................................... 30
Removing a tape ................................... 30
Fast Forward/Rewind ............................ 30
PROG selector ...................................... 30
Dolby B-NR* and
tape equalisation with B/MTL ................ 31
Skipping/repeating titles
with CPS ............................................... 31
Switching the audio source with SRC ... 31
FRANÇAIS
Anti-theft protection ..................... 24
AF - Alternative frequency .................... 26
REG - regional programme ................... 26
Selecting a waveband ........................... 26
Automatic tuning ................................ 26
Manual tuning .................................... 27
Scrolling through the broadcasting
network (only FM) ................................. 27
Changing the memory bank (FM) ......... 27
Storing stations ..................................... 27
Automatically storing the strongest
stations with Travelstore ....................... 28
Recalling stored stations ....................... 28
Scanning stored stations
with Preset Scan ................................... 28
Scanning stations with Radio-Scan ...... 28
Selecting the seek tuning sensitivity ..... 29
Switching from stereo to mono (FM) ..... 29
ITALIANO
Precautions ........................................... 23
Traffic safety ......................................... 23
Installation/Connection .......................... 23
Tape operation .............................. 30
NEDERLANDS
Important notes ............................ 23
Radio operation with RDS ........... 26
SVENSKA
Short instructions ........................ 20
ESPAÑOL
Contents
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Short instructions
1 On
Off
Volume
This unit can also be switched on and
off with the Release Panel C.
Also, when being connected correctly,
you may turn the radio on and off via
the ignition of your car.
Use one of the following possibilities to
continue operating the set when the
ignition is switched off:
a) Switch on/off with knob 1.
b) Remove/re-install the release panel.
c) Press AUD 3.
When turning on the unit with the release panel or by pressing the AUD
button, the system will start to play with
the volume adjusted last.
When operating the unit with the ignition being switched off, the system will
automatically shut down after one hour
in order to avoid that the battery goes
flat.
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2 LD
Loudness - When listening at a low
level, the Loudness function creates a
more natural sound by boosting the low
frequency range.
To switch the Loudness on/off:
Press LD.
For more information, read chapter
“DSC programming”.
3 AUD/GEO
AUD –
To adjust the treble and bass frequencies with the rocker switch.
Treble +
Treble –
Bass –
Bass +
GEO –
To adjust the balance (left/right) and
fader (front/rear) with the rocker switch.
Fader front
Fader rear
Balance left
Balance right
To alter a setting,
• press AUD or GEO and then change the value with the rocker switch.
The adjusted value is indicated in the
display.
The last setting will be stored automatically.
To finish the setting: Press AUD or
GEO.
If the setting remains unchanged within
8 seconds, the display will switch back
to the previous condition.
4 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.
To switch the functions on or off:
Press the B/MTL button during tape
operation until the desired condition is
displayed.
8 CPS
To repeat or skip cassette titles.
To switch the function on or off: Press
CPS during tape operation.
The display shows the adjusted condition (“CPS ON/OFF”) each time the button is pressed.
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FRANÇAIS
: Cassette loading slot
Insert tape (side A or 1 up; the open
side facing to the right).
ITALIANO
; Display
Radio operation:
NDR1 NDS - Station abbreviation or
frequency
FM
- Waveband
T
- Memory bank (I, II, T)
5
- Preset button (1 - 6)
- Stereo
lo
- Seek tuning sensitivity
AF
- Alternative RDS frequency
TP
- Traffic programme identifier
TA
- Priority for traffic programme
stations
LD
- Loudness
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NEDERLANDS
MTL
Press when using metal or CrO2 tapes.
“MTL” lights up in the display.
9 Cassette removal
Press .
SVENSKA
6 lo
To alter the automatic seek 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, distant stations (high
sensitivity).
To switch over: Press lo briefly.
For more information, see chapter
“DSC programming”.
* Noise Reduction system manufactured under
license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation.
Repeat titles: Press FR.
Skip titles: Press FF.
ESPAÑOL
Extra function:
REG ON / REG OFF - With REG ON
the system will only switch to a better
alternative frequency if the latter belongs to a linked station offering the
same regional programme (see “REG regional programme).
To switch REG on or off: Press AF until
“REG ON” or “REG OFF” appears in
the display (BEEP tone).
7 B/MTL
Dolby B-NR*
Press this button to play back a tape
which has been recorded with Dolby-B.
When this button is pressed, “B” lights
up in the display.
PORTUGUÊS
5 AF - Alternative frequency during RDS
operation
When “AF” lights up in the display, the
radio will automatically search for a
frequency offering better reception of
the same RDS programme.
To switch AF on/off: Press AF briefly.
Tape operation:
TR1--PLAY - Side 1 (or 2)
MTL
- Metal
B
- Dolby B-NR
CD changer operation (optional):
= SC/MIX
Radio operation
Scan (sampling all stations to be received): Press SC/MIX briefly.
Preset Scan (sampling all stations
stored on the preset buttons): Press
SC/MIX for approximately 2 seconds.
Changer operation (optional)
See chapter “CD changer control”.
CD 05
T 02
- Disc number
- Title number
< Fast winding/PROG button
To switch to the other side of the
cassette tape:
Press both buttons simultaneously.
The display shows TR1-PLAY or TR2-PLAY.
FR : Fast rewind; stop by pressing FF.
FF : Fast forward; stop by pressing FR.
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> SRC (Source)
To switch between the available audio
sources, e.g. tape, radio, CD changer
(optional).
? 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 - preset buttons
You can store six stations on each FM
memory bank (I, II, T).
To store a station: Press button during
radio operation and hold down until the
radio resumes play.
To recall a station: Select the waveband and on FM also the desired me-
mory bank (press FMT button as many
times as required). Then press the corresponding preset button briefly.
Extra function:
Coding: Read chapter “Anti-theft protection” first.
Buttons 1, 2, 3, 4 - To enter the fourdigit code.
Press each of the buttons as many
times as required until the code number
given in the car radio passport stands
in the display.
@ TA (priority for traffic announcements)
If “TA” is displayed, the system will play
traffic stations only.
TA on/off: Press button.
A M•L
To select the MW or LW waveband.
Press button as many times until the
desired band is adjusted.
B FMT - FM, Travelstore
To switch between the FM memory
banks I, II and “T” (Travelstore).
Code LED
May flash for additional theft protection
when the car radio is switched off, provided this feature has been adjusted
correspondingly via DSC (see DSC
CODE-LED).
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Extra functions:
In the DSC mode:
Select and programme
DSC functions.
Coding:
Enter code and confirm
with .
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.
Installation/Connection
If you would like to install this equipment
yourself or add any new components, please
read the enclosed installation and connection instructions carefully.
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FRANÇAIS
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Up
Down
Up/down in short intervals
(“AF” must be switched off)
To scroll through the broadcasting
network when “AF” is activated
(e.g. NDR1 ... NDR4).
ITALIANO
Traffic safety
NEDERLANDS
Before starting to use your new car radio,
please read the information on “Traffic safety” and “Anti-theft protection” carefully.
SVENSKA
Precautions
ESPAÑOL
C RELEASE / CODE-LED
Release panel - detachable face.
For extra anti-theft protection, you
should take the detachable face with
you when leaving your car.
To remove it:
Press RELEASE.
To re-install the panel: Insert on the left
side first with the cassette slot facing up
and then press on the right until the
panel locks in.
D Rocker switch
Seek tuning
PORTUGUÊS
To switch over:
Press FMT as many times until the
desired bank is indicated in the display.
To store the six most powerful stations
automatically with Travelstore:
Store: Press FMT; seek tuning starts.
Recall: Press FMT as many times until
the display shows “T”. Then briefly
press one of the preset buttons 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, or 6.
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Important notes
Anti-theft protection
Do not connect the loudspeaker outputs to
ground!
Use only the accessory and replacement
parts approved by Blaupunkt.
Release panel
This unit is equipped with a release panel
(detachable face).
You can remove the control face at the push
of a button.
For extra anti-theft protection, we recommend you to take the detachable face with
you when leaving your car.
Re-inserting the release panel is child’s play.
The set will be ready for use immediately; you
will find all the previous settings re-adjusted.
Detaching the release panel
• Press RELEASE.
The unit will be switched off automatically.
The control panel will be released in order for
you to detach it.
Store it in a safe place, excluding possible
damages.
Fitting the release panel
• Insert the panel on the left side first with
the cassette slot facing up and then
• press on the right until it locks in.
The unit is now ready for use with the settings
adjusted before removing the panel.
Security code
This car radio is supplied with inactive code
protection. In order to switch the security
coding system on, proceed as described in
the following.
If the coding system is active while the power
supply to the system is interrupted (e.g. theft,
disconnection of the car battery), the set will
be electronically blocked. In such a case it
can only be made operable again by entering
the correct code number given in the car
radio passport.
Entry of a wrong code number
It should not be possible for a thief to find out
the correct code number by trial and error.
This is why the set will be blocked for a certain
period of time after a wrong code number has
been entered. The display will then show
“CODE ERR”.
After the first three unsuccessful attempts,
the system will lock for 8 seconds; after
further attempts, the waiting time extends to
one hour.
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To activate the coding system:
• Turn off the radio.
• Press preset buttons 1 and 4 simultaneously and hold down while switching
the set on again.
The display briefly shows “CODE” and the
unit will switch on.
• Release preset buttons 1 and 4.
Now the security coding system is active.
The display will briefly show “CODE” each
time the set is turned on.
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If you have entered the correct code, the unit
will now be ready for use.
If the display shows “CODE ERR”, you have
entered a wrong code. Re-enter the correct
code after the waiting time (“CODE” will appear in the display).
If you switch off the set while it is blocked, the
waiting time will start anew as soon as the
radio is turned on again.
To indicate that your unit is equipped with
security coding, you may let an LED installed
in the non-detachable part of the front panel
flash for extra security when the car is stationary.
For this, the following requirements must be
fulfilled:
Permanent 12 V supply and the + ignition
lead must be connected correctly (as illustrated in the installations instructions).
„LED 1“ must be adjusted in the DSC mode.
Read “DSC programming - CODE-LED”.
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DEUTSCH
Optical indication for extra
security
FRANÇAIS
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ITALIANO
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Turn on the radio.
The display shows “CODE”.
Briefly press preset button 1; the display shows “0000”.
Enter the code number given in the
Blaupunkt car radio passport:
Example: The code number is 2521.
- Press preset button 1 twice; the display shows “2000”.
- Press preset button 2 five times; the
display shows “2500”.
- Press preset button 3 twice; the display shows “2520”.
- Press preset button 4 once; the display shows “2521”.
To confirm the code number:
Press the upper part of the rocker
switch .
Turn off the radio.
Press preset buttons 1 and 4 simultaneously and hold down while switching
the set on again.
The display shows “CODE”.
• Now enter the code number to be found
in the car radio passport and confirm
(see example under “Re-start ...”).
Security coding is now switched off.
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SVENSKA
Switching on security coding
(coding system is activated)
Switching off security coding
ESPAÑOL
Notice:
Keep your car radio passport with the code
number in a safe place in order to avoid
“unauthorised access” to your car radio.
When the security code system is activated,
the unique code must be entered each time
the power to the unit was interrupted.
The radio will function again as soon as you
have entered the correct code.
If you have lost your radio passport and
forgotten the code number, your radio can
only be made operable again by one of our
authorised service workshops (subject to
payment).
Re-start following an interruption of the power supply
PORTUGUÊS
After 20 unsuccessful attempts, the display
will show “SERVICE”. In this case you can no
longer re-start the unit.
Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)
The Radio Data System offers you more
convenience when listening to FM radio stations.
More and more radio stations have begun to
broadcast RDS information alongside their
programmes.
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 station 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 offers you further advantages:
AF - Alternative frequency
The AF (Alternative Frequency) function
makes sure that the strongest frequency of
the currently selected programme is always
tuned in automatically.
This function is activated when “AF” appears
in the display.
In order to switch this function on or off,
• press the AF button briefly.
While searching for the strongest reception
signal, the radio may switch to mute briefly.
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If “SEARCH” appears in the display when
switching on the radio or recalling one of the
stored frequencies, the unit is automatically
searching for an alternative frequency.
“SEARCH” will disappear from the display
when the alternative frequency has been
found or after the frequency band has been
run through completely.
If the reception quality of the selected programme becomes too bad:
• Tune into another station.
REG - regional programme
Certain radio programmes are split up at
times into regional programmes offering local information. The 1st programme broadcast by NDR, for example, offers programmes with different contents in the northern
states of Germany Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg and Lower Saxony at certain times of
the day. If you are listening to one programme and move to an area where another
linked regional programme becomes stronger, the unit will switch to that programme.
If you wish to continue listening to the first
programme,
• press the AF button for approximately 2
seconds.
“REG ON” appears in the display.
If you leave the service area of the regional
programme tuned into, or if you would like to
take advantage of the full RDS service, switch
to “REG OFF”.
• Press the AF button for approximately
2 seconds until “REG OFF” appears.
When active, “REG ON” will be briefly displayed each time the radio is switched on.
Selecting a waveband
With this car radio you can select between
the following wavebands:
FM 87.5 - 108 MHz
MW 531 - 1602 kHz
LW 153 - 279 kHz
• Select the desired waveband by pressing the FMT or M•L button.
To switch between MW and LW:
• Press M•L.
Automatic tuning /
• Press / ; the car radio will automatically search for the next station.
When keeping the upper or lower part / of
the rocker switch depressed, seek tuning will
speed up in upwards or downwards direction.
On FM, you can store six stations on the
preset buttons 1 to 6 for each of the memory
banks I, II and T.
On MW/LW, you can store six stations each.
• Select the waveband with FMT or M•L
and on FM also the desired memory
bank (with FMT).
• Tune in a station with the rocker switch
(either automatically or manually).
• Press the desired preset button until
the radio resumes play after the muting
(takes approximately 2 seconds, confirmed by beep).
Now the station has been stored.
The activated preset button is indicated in the
display.
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Storing stations
PORTUGUÊS
Manual tuning << >>
(prerequisite: AF is switched off!)
• Press << >>; the frequency will change
in short intervals in downwards or upwards direction.
When holding the right or left part of the
rocker switch pressed down, the frequency
scan is speeded up.
You can shift between the memory banks I, II
and T in order to store stations and recall
them later.
The currently selected memory bank is indicated in the display.
• Press the FMT button as many times
until the desired memory bank lights up
in the display.
NEDERLANDS
/
You can use the << >> buttons to tune in
stations of your reception area.
If several programmes of one broadcasting
network can be received, you can scroll
through them in forwards direction pressing
>>, or backwards using the << button, e.g.
NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, N-JOY (North German broadcaster).
For this it is necessary that the stations have
been received at least once and that “AF” has
been activated before (lights up in the display).
For this purpose, you may start Travelstore
seek operation:
• Press FMT for 2 seconds; the system
starts to run through the frequency
band.
If “AF” does not light up,
• press AF.
With this, the requirements for selecting stations with << >> are fulfilled.
Changing the memory bank (FM)
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Up
Down
Up/down in short intervals
(“AF” must be switched off)
To scroll through the broadcasting
network when “AF” is activated
(e.g. NDR1 ... NDR4).
Scrolling through the broadcasting network (only FM)
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Automatic tuning
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Notice:
Should you tune in a station which has already been stored before, the corresponding
preset button and the memory bank will briefly
flash in the display if you have selected
another memory bank.
Automatically storing the strongest stations with Travelstore
You can automatically store the six most
powerful FM stations of your current reception area sorted according to their signal
strength. This function is particularly convenient on longer trips.
• Press the FMT button for more than
2 seconds.
The radio will search for the strongest FM
stations and store them on the memory bank
T (Travelstore). When this process has been
completed, the radio will play the first station.
If desired, stations can also be stored manually on the Travelstore bank (see “Storing
stations”).
Recalling stored stations
You can recall any stored station at the touch
of a button.
• Select the waveband by pressing FMT
or M•L. On FM, also choose the corresponding memory bank by pressing the
FMT button as many times until the
desired bank appears in the display.
• Press the corresponding preset button
briefly to recall the station.
Scanning stored stations
with Preset Scan
You can have all of the stored stations played
briefly on all wavebands.
On FM, you can scan the stations of the
Travelstore memory bank or of the two other
storage levels.
• Select the waveband.
• On FM, choose Travelstore or another
memory bank using the FMT button.
To start Preset Scan:
• Press SC/MIX for approximately 2 seconds.
The stations will be played for approximately
8 seconds each.
The positions blinking in the display show
you the memory bank and preset position of
the currently scanned station.
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To select a station currently being
scanned and switch off Preset Scan:
• Press SC/MIX briefly.
Scanning stations with
Radio-Scan
Beginning with the station currently tuned in,
you can scan the waveband. The radio will
play each station for 8 seconds.
To start the scan:
• Press SC/MIX briefly.
The scanned frequency or the station
name will start flashing in the display.
During the actual scanning process
“SCAN” will be displayed.
To select a station currently being scanned and switch off the scan function:
• Press SC/MIX briefly.
If no station is selected, the scan function will
be automatically switched off after the frequency band has been run through completely. The unit will tune in the station listened
to before starting the scan.
If reception is poor, you may get better sound
quality by switching to mono:
• Press the lo button for approximately 2
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.
Warning beep
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 alarm tone will also be released when
pressing a preset button which has no traffic
programme allocated to it.
Switching the warning beep off
a) Tune into another station offering traffic
information:
• Press the rocker switch or
• a preset button which has a traffic
programme station allocated to it.
Alternatively:
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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 TA button.
When pressing TA while a message is being
broadcast, this message will be interrupted.
The unit will then switch back to the previous
condition. The priority for other traffic messages remains active.
NEDERLANDS
Switching from stereo to mono
(FM)
Traffic announcement priority
on/off
SVENSKA
You can alter the automatic seek 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, distant stations (high sensitivity).
To switch over,
• Press lo.
The degree of sensitivity can be altered in
both modes (see also chapter “DSC programming”).
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 listen to one of these stations
(e.g. NDR3), “TP” will appear in the display
provided the priority for traffic programme
stations has been activated, i.e. “TA” must be
displayed.
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.
ESPAÑOL
Selecting the seek tuning sensitivity
PORTUGUÊS
Receiving traffic programme stations with RDS-EON
Tape operation
b) Switch off the priority for traffic announcements:
• Press TA.
“TA” will disappear from the display.
Automatic seek tuning start
(tape operation)
When leaving the reception area of the tuned
in traffic programme station while listening to
a tape, the system will automatically start
searching for a new TA programme.
If no such station is found within approximately 30 seconds, tape operation will be stopped and a warning beep will sound.
To switch the warning beep off, proceed as
described above.
Adjusting the volume for traffic
announcements and the warning
beep
This volume was preset at the factory.
You can alter the value using the DSC function
(see “DSC programming, TA”).
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Inserting a tape
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•
Turn on the set.
Insert a tape.
Insert the tape with side A or 1 showing up, the
open side facing to the right.
= Press to eject the tape.
Fast Rewind
• Press FR.
At the beginning of the tape, the mechanism will automatically start playback.
Stopping Fast Rewind operation
• Press FF.
To switch to the other tape side:
Press simultaneously.
TR1-PLAY or TR2-PLAY shown in the
display.
The tape will be played in the direction used
last.
“TR1-PLAY” in the display means that track
1 or A is being played.
Removing a tape
•
Press .
The cassette will eject.
FR : Fast rewind; stop by pressing FF.
FF : Fast forward; stop by pressing FR.
PROG selector
Fast Forward/Rewind
Fast Forward
• Press FF.
At the end of a tape side, the mechanism changes directions automatically
to play the other side.
Stopping Fast Forward operation
• Press FR.
To change the tape direction during cassette
playback
• Press FR and FF simultaneously.
At the end of a tape side, the mechanism
changes directions automatically to play the
other side (Autoreverse). The display shows
“TR1-PLAY” for track (side) 1 or A or “TR2PLAY” for track 2 or B.
To switch Dolby B-NR and MTL on/off:
• Press B/MTL repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display.
With “CPS ON”:
Press the FF button The tape is fast forwarded to the next title.
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Switch on the MTL function to select the best
equalisation response when using metal or
CrO2 tapes. “MTL” will light up in the display.
To switch the function on/off:
• Press CPS.
“CPS ON” or “CPS OFF” will light up in the
display for approximately 2 seconds.
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MTL
FRANÇAIS
Notice:
If there is too much tension on the tape during
playback, the set may switch over by itself
before having reached the end of the tape
side. In this case check the condition of the
cassette tape. Sometimes it helps to rewind
it completely.
Dolby B-NR* and
tape equalisation with B/MTL
–
–
B
–
B
–
Switching the audio source
NEDERLANDS
Normal tape
with Dolby B-NR
without Dolby B-NR
MTL
MTL
with SRC (Source)
Skipping/repeating titles
with CPS
Using this function you can switch between
radio, tape and CD changer (optional) operation or playback of any other connected device.
CPS stands for Cassette Program Search.
This function allows you to skip a cassette
title or listen to it once again.
To switch over:
• Press the SRC button.
SVENSKA
with Dolby B-NR
without Dolby B-NR
The display shows
PORTUGUÊS
* Noise Reduction system manufactured under license
from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
The system enables the following settings:
MTL tape
Press the FR button The tape is rewound to the beginning of the
current title, provided that it has already been
played for more than 8 seconds. Otherwise the
tape will be rewound to the beginning of the
previous title.
ESPAÑOL
With this unit you can play back tapes recorded with Dolby-B or without noise reduction.
Cassette tapes recorded with Dolby NR*
stand out by their much lower tape hiss and
the improved dynamics.
If Dolby B-NR is switched on, “B” will light up
in the display.
ITALIANO
Dolby B-NR*
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DSC programming
DSC (Direct Software Control) allows 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 these if desired.
If you wish to alter any of the programming,
• press DSC.
The display will show you the adjusted condition.
Use the rocker switch to select and adjust the
functions described in the following.
/
Select function
Adjust value –
Adjust value +
LOCAL
(lo)
To adjust the seek tuning
sensitivity for local reception.
LOCAL 1 - high sensitivity
LOCAL 3 - low sensitivity
DIS
(dx)
To adjust the seek tuning
sensitivity for distant reception.
DIS. 1- high sensitivity
DIS. 3- low sensitivity
TIME ON/OFF To select the display mode
during CD changer operation (option).
TIME ON - display of title
and playback time.
TIME OFF - display of CD
and title number.
If SCAN or MIX is active,
the system will always
switch to the TIME OFF
mode.
TA VOL
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To adjust the traffic announcement volume from
between 1 to 9. The message will then come
through at this volume.
(1 = low)
BEEP
Confirmation tone for all
functions which require a
button to be pressed for
more than 2 seconds.
The volume can be adjusted from between 0 to 9.
(0 = off)
Each alteration of this value
is confirmed by a beep tone
of the corresponding volume.
LED (code)
You can adjust the LED C
to flash for extra anti-theft
protection.
LED 1 - LED always flashes when the unit
has been switched off via the
ignition.
LED 0 - No flashing.
LOUD
Loudness - When listening
at a low level, the Loudness function creates a
more natural sound by
boosting the low frequency
range.
LOUD 1 - Low boost
LOUD 6 - Max. boost
1
1
OFF
4
3
1
4
OFF
Select track (upwards): Press briefly.
CUE - fast advance (audible):
Press and hold down.
Repeat track: Press briefly.
Select track (downwards): Press repeatedly.
REVIEW - fast reverse (audible):
Press and hold down.
Select disc (downwards)
Select disc (upwards)
CD = disc, T = TRACK (title).
0:24 = playback time of the current title
The display shows you the selected mode.
SCAN
Use this function to scan the CD tracks.
To start the SCAN:
• Press the SC/MIX button briefly. The
tracks will be played briefly one after
the other in ascending order. The number of the currently scanned track flashes in the display.
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ITALIANO
Make sure that a magazine is inserted.
Press SRC to switch between the different
audio sources (radio - changer - tape).
Press SRC as many times until the changer
functions appear in the display.
FRANÇAIS
with SRC on the car radio
NEDERLANDS
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
ENGLISH
Switching to changer operation
Overview of the DSC factory
settings
LOCAL
DIS
TIME
TA VOL
BEEP
LED (Code)
LOUD
RM
Selecting a disc/track using the
rocker switch
SVENSKA
To quit the DSC programming mode and
store the adjustment:
• Press DSC.
If the setting remains unchanged within 8
seconds, the system will automatically store
the last adjustment. The display will switch
back to the previous condition.
You can operate the Blaupunkt CD changer
CDC-A05 in combination with this car radio.
ESPAÑOL
(Radio Monitor)
With RM-ON, the unit will
automatically switch to the
tuner whenever the cassette is fast winding.
RM-OFF - The function is
switched off.
PORTUGUÊS
RM
DEUTSCH
CD changer control (optional)
Appendix
To stop the SCAN:
• Press the SC/MIX button briefly once
again. The system will continue to play
the currently scanned track.
MIX
Use the MIX function to play the tracks of the
individual discs in random order. Note that
the discs themselves will be selected in numeric order according to their position in the
changer.
To start the MIX function:
• Press the SC/MIX button for approximately 4 seconds. The CD number and
‘MIX’ will appear in the display.
To stop the MIX function:
• Press SC/MIX briefly.
Notice:
In may happen in isolated cases that the
changer fails to function properly due to voltage drops (e.g. when starting the engine). In
such a case, briefly switch the car radio off
and on again.
The changer will then return to normal operation.
Care notes
Specifications
Release panel
To ensure that the unit functions properly it is
important that the contacts between the release panel and the head unit are free from
any foreign particles.
If necessary, clean the contacts using a cotton swab soaked with alcohol.
Amplifier
Output power:
Mechanism/cassette tapes
To avoid possible problems, you should not
use cassette tapes longer than 60 or 90
minutes (C60/C90). Store your tapes in a
cool place away from dirt, dust and temperatures exceeding 50 ° Celsius. Allow very cold
tapes to warm up before playing them in
order to avoid uneven tape transport. After
approximately 100 hours of use, dust particles collected on the playback head or roller
may lead to tape run problems and sound
distortions.
Use a head cleaning tape to remove normal
dirt build-up. For tougher cases, use a cotton
swab (Q-Tip) soaked with alcohol. Do not
attempt to clean by inserting a hard object
into the player!
Tuner
Wavebands
FM
:
MW
:
LW
:
FM sensitivity:
4 x 19 W RMS power
acc. to DIN 45324/3.1
or
4 x 20 W max. power
acc. to DIN 45324/3.2
87.5 – 108 MHz
531 – 1602 kHz
153 – 279 kHz
1.0 µV at 26 dB
signal-to-noise ratio
FM frequency
response:
35 - 16 000 Hz
Tape player
Frequency
response:
35 - 16 000 Hz
Subject to modifications!
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ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
NEDERLANDS
SVENSKA
ESPAÑOL
PORTUGUÊS
Blaupunkt-Werke GmbH
Bosch Gruppe
2/96 Pf
K7/VKD 8 622 400 493
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