Blaupunkt RADIOPHONE / CASSETTE TCM 127 Operating instructions

Radiophone / Cassette
Amsterdam TCM 127
Operating instructions
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Basic information .................................. 70
Second KeyCard/SIM card ............... 70
Wrong KeyCard ................................. 70
Starting up the Radiophone .................. 70
Resuming equipment operation after
the power has been disconnected ... 70
Selecting the language for the display71
Removing the KeyCard/SIM card ......... 71
Train KeyCard/SIM cards ..................... 71
DSC learn mode ................................... 72
Displaying the radio pass data ............. 72
Optical warning of anti-theft
protection .............................................. 72
Care of your KeyCard/SIM-Card .......... 72
Inserting the cassette ........................... 84
Ejecting the cassette ............................ 84
Fast forward/rewind .............................. 84
Selecting titles with S-CPS ................... 84
Changing the track (Autoreverse) ........ 84
Tape equalisation ................................. 85
Dolby B NR* .......................................... 85
Listening to the radio while fast
forwarding/rewinding the tape with RM
(Radio Monitor) ..................................... 85
Care instructions ................................... 85
AF - Alternative Frequency ................... 79
REG - regional programme .................. 79
Selecting a waveband .......................... 80
Station tuning ........................................ 80
Seek tuning / ............................... 80
Manual tuning with << / >> ................ 80
Entering the frequency directly ............. 80
Scrolling through the broadcasting
networks (FM only) ............................... 81
Storing radio stations ............................ 81
Automatically storing the stations with
the strongest reception using
Travelstore ............................................ 81
Recalling stored radio stations ............. 82
Selecting the seek-tuning sensitivity .... 82
Switching from stereo to mono
FM only) ................................................ 82
Traffic programme station
reception with RDS-EON ............. 83
CD changer operation (optional) 86
Switching CD changer operation on ..... 86
Selecting the CD and the track ............ 86
MIX ........................................................ 86
Radio
Operating the cassette deck ....... 84
Radio operation with RDS ........... 79
Telefon
Audio mode ........................................... 79
ENGLISH
KeyCard and SIM card ................. 70
Select operating mode................. 79
Beep tone ............................................. 83
Switching off the beep tone ............... 83
Automatic seek-tuning start .................. 83
Programming with DSC ............... 87
Overview of the DSC default
settings .................................................. 91
Switching traffic announcement
priority on/off ......................................... 83
Adjusting the volume for traffic
announcements and the beep tone .. 83
Radio
Safety standards ................................... 67
General information .............................. 67
Effects of radio frequency energy ..... 67
Safety information ................................. 67
Traffic safety ...................................... 67
Using the telephone while driving ..... 67
Using the telephone in critical areas . 68
Emergency calls ................................ 68
Installation ............................................. 68
Notes on connecting a CD changer,
an amplifier or the infrared remote
control: ............................................... 69
Accessories .......................................... 69
Quick reference ............................ 73
Telephone
Important information .................. 67
DEUTSCH
Contents Radio, Cassette, Changer (Option)
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Contents Telephone
Operating the telephone .............. 94
Phone book menu ...................... 103
General information .............................. 94
Emergency calls ................................ 94
PIN code
(Personal Identification Number) .......... 94
Inserting the SIM card/
entering your PIN code ......................... 94
Reactivating the SIM card .................... 94
Making your first telephone call ............ 95
GSM emergency calls .......................... 95
How to enter a name/text ................... 104
Start the entry .................................. 104
Entering letters/characters .............. 104
Capital and small letters .................. 104
Moving the cursor in the entry
text box ............................................ 104
Inserting characters ......................... 104
Deleting characters ......................... 104
Finding an entry by name ................... 105
Show my phone number ..................... 106
Prevent access ................................... 106
Check capacity ................................... 106
Add entry ............................................ 107
Finding an entry by position ............... 107
Quick reference ............................ 96
Using the telephone ..................... 99
GSM network service area ................... 99
Switching to telephone mode ............... 99
Dialling a telephone number ................. 99
Manual .................................................. 99
Using speed-dialling . . . ..................... 100
. . . directly from the memory bank: 100
. . . directly from the SIM card
memory bank: ........................... 100
. . . from the telephone book ........... 100
Redial function .................................... 100
Automatic ........................................ 100
Manual ............................................. 100
Answering/ending a call ..................... 101
Call waiting (2nd caller) ...................... 101
Broker’s call/hold ................................ 101
Conference calls ................................. 102
Making telephone calls using the
handset (special accessory) ............... 102
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Programming with DSC ............. 108
Programming in the setup menu .... 109
Ringing tone volume ....................... 110
Hands-free volume .......................... 110
Handset volume .............................. 110
Automatic answer ............................ 110
Automatic redial .............................. 110
Operating mode ............................... 110
Extended menu ............................... 110
Ringing tone .................................... 111
SMS tone ......................................... 111
My phone number ........................... 111
Call meter format ............................. 111
AOC parameters (Advice of Charge) 111
Set charge parameters .................... 112
Audible call timer ............................. 112
PIN code .......................................... 112
Alter access code ............................ 113
Master clear ..................................... 113
External alarm ................................. 113
Hands-free channel ......................... 114
TA during call .................................. 114
Overview of the basic factory
settings in the set-up menu ............. 114
Programming in the Call Menu ....... 115
Call mailbox ..................................... 116
Received SMS messages ............... 116
Selecting the message .................... 116
Reading messages ......................... 116
Clearing messages ......................... 116
Sending SMS messages ................. 117
Network selection ............................ 118
Cell Broadcast ................................. 119
Call meters ...................................... 120
Call forwarding ................................ 120
Call barring ...................................... 120
Phone lock ....................................... 121
Fixed dial numbers .......................... 121
Closed user group ........................... 122
Overview of the basic factory settings
in the call menu .................................. 122
Glossary ...................................... 123
Specifications ............................. 124
Blaupunkt telephone help line ............ 125
Traffic safety
General information
The telephone function of your Radiophone
is based on the GSM radio telephone standard. This standard was developed for use
in Europe and many other countries.
Using the mobile Radiophone, you can
make the same telephone calls as you can
with a cellular phone.
This assumes that the GSM radio network
is available at your location and that you
have access privileges and a valid SIM card.
This SIM card must be inserted into the unit
(if necessary, refer to the information in the
section on “KeyCard and SIM card”).
Warnings that using mobile telephones may
be hazardous to your health have recently
been a topic of public discussion. For years
now, research on the effects of radio frequency energy emitted by FM technology
has concentrated on possible adverse effects to your health. Scientists have also
begun researching the latest radio technologies such as GSM. According to the research results and by complying with the
corresponding safety standards, it is safe to
say that this product can be used without
reservations.
When the Radiophone is installed properly
in your vehicle, using it is even safer than
using a portable cellular phone.
If you should still be concerned about the
effects of radio frequency energy, there is a
lot you can do personally to ensure that you
are exposed to a minimum of these radio
waves. Of course, it will help to reduce your
call time to a minimum but it is especially
important to heed the following tips on using this equipment.
Traffic safety always has the highest priority. 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 your 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 radio
while you are driving.
Using the telephone while driving
Please observe all laws and regulations regarding the use to mobile telephones in
motor vehicles.
• Concentrate fully on your driving.
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Stop at a safe place before using the
telephone.
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Radio
Your Radiophone is both a transmitter and
a receiver. It generates minimum amounts
of energy in the radio frequency range. While
it is in use, the GSM system keeps a constant check on both the frequency and the
power.
Telefon
The mobile telephone has been manufactured in accordance with all of the applicable RF safety standards and recommendations determined by the government offices
and organisations responsible (e.g. the VDE
standard DIN-0848).
ENGLISH
Safety information
Radio
Effects of radio frequency energy
Telephone
Safety standards
DEUTSCH
Important information
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If otherwise unavoidable:
Use only hands-free operation if you
have to use the telephone while you
are driving.
Traffic safety always has the highest priority.
Using the telephone in critical areas
Always switch off the mobile telephone in
areas where it is forbidden to use a mobile
telephone or if this equipment could cause
electromagnetic interference or otherwise
dangerous situations.
Using the telephone can result in interference with the correct functioning of medical
equipment which is not sufficiently shielded, particularly near the antenna. Please
consult a doctor or the manufacturer of the
medical device if you have any questions.
Other electronic equipment can also be affected by electromagnetic interference.
If you are in an area where there is danger
of explosion, e.g. petrol stations, chemical
factories or other places where blasting work
is being done, switch your telephone off.
Switching off the telephone:
for approx. 2 seconds.
• Press
“TELEPHONE OFF” will appear in the display.
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Reactivate the telephone:
briefly.
• Press
Emergency calls
As with every other mobile telephone, the
Radiophone operates using a combination
of mobile radio and cross-country networks,
radio signals and functions programmed by
the user. As a result, there is no guarantee
that your call will always go through. Never
depend exclusively on a mobile telephone
or similar equipment under life-threatening
circumstances (e.g. in medical emergencies).
The telephone interface of the Radiophone
is only able to make and receive calls when
it is activated and located in an area served
by the radio network and when the signal is
strong enough.
Emergency calls may not be possible on all
mobile telephone networks or only if certain
network services and/or certain performance
features are active. Contact the local network operators for more detailed information.
Under certain circumstances, some networks require that a valid SIM card is inserted into the unit.
In the event that certain functions (incoming call barring, call number barring, closed
user group, AOC, system barring, keypad
barring, etc.) are activated, it may be necessary to deactivate them before placing an
emergency call.
Please read this instruction manual for further information and consult your local network operator.
When placing an emergency call, be sure
to supply all the necessary information as
accurately as possible. Remember that your
mobile telephone may be the only means of
communication at the scene of an accident.
Do not hang up until you are told to do so.
Also read the information in the section on
“Telephone operation – GSM emergency
calls”.
Installation
Have the Radiophone installed in your vehicle and serviced by a trained service technician only. Faulty installation or servicing
can be dangerous and will result in the expiry of your guarantee.
If the vehicle is not adequately shielded
against radio frequency signals, electronic
fuel injection systems, electronic ABS systems, electronic cruise control systems or
other electronic equipment may experience
malfunctions.
If installation conditions are unfavourable,
connecting such accessories as a CD
changer, an amplifier or infrared remote
control may, in rare cases, lead to interference with the operation of the telephone.
This may result in interference noise, deterioration of transmission quality or connections being cut off. In this case, please check
the wiring or contact one of our authorised
service centres.
You can use the following Blaupunkt products with this car radio:
Changer:
CDC A06 oder A 072 (direkt)
Remote control:
Using the infrared remote control RCT 07
7 607 570 510 you can conveniently control
all of the most important functions of your
Radiophone from the steering wheel.
The operating functions are described in the
Quick References.
DEUTSCH
Radio
Using the Blaupunkt handset 7 607 570 512
it is possible to place telephone calls with or
without the hands-free function.
The system will switch automatically from
hands-free to handset operation when the
handset is removed from the cradle.
Warning:
There is a relatively strong magnet built into
the handset.
Keep away anything which will react to magnetic influence, e.g. diskettes, bank cards,
etc. Important data may be deleted.
Telefon
Notes on connecting a CD changer, an
amplifier or the infrared remote control:
Use Blaupunkt-approved accessories and
spare parts only.
Amplifier:
ENGLISH
Do not ground the speaker outputs!
Handset
All Blaupunkt amplifiers.
Radio
To ensure trouble-free operation, the positive power supply line must be connected
via the ignition and the permanent +12 V
lead.
Accessories
Telephone
This equipment must not be operated without a suitable externally mounted GSM or
combination antenna. The equipment including the GSM or combination antenna must
be installed by an authorised Bosch service
centre only.
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KeyCard and SIM card
Second KeyCard/SIM card
KeyCard
Basic information
One KeyCard is included with the Radiophone.
The car radio can also be operated with a
second “trained” KeyCard or with one of up
to 30 trainable SIM cards.
Using the KeyCard it is possible to activate
the following operating modes:
Radio, tape deck, CD changer (optional),
AUX, telephone emergency call.
Using the SIM card it is possible to activate
all operating modes.
The SIM card also incorporates the anti-theft
functions.
If necessary (in the event of loss or damage), it is possible to purchase a KeyCard
or SIM card from an authorised dealer.
If you use a second KeyCard or a SIM card,
the settings will be transferred from the first
KeyCard.
It is possible to store the following functions
as personal settings on the second KeyCard:
Remove the wrong card and replace it with
a valid KeyCard or SIM card.
Station presets, treble, bass, balance and
fader, Loudness on/off, TA (traffic announcement volume), VOLUME FIX.
Starting up the Radiophone
The two KeyCards and the first two SIM
cards will store the last setting selected for
the waveband, bass/treble, fader/balance,
station settings, station presets, VOLUME
FIX.
Important!
The Card tongue must protrude - then
insert the KeyCard included with the
Radiophone into the slot with the contact surface facing up.
Do not try to insert the KeyCard when
the tongue is retracted as this may
damage the KeyCard mechanism.
The Radiophone is now ready for operation.
When you insert your KeyCard or one of the
first two SIM cards, you will find that the
equipment switches onto the basic settings
you have already programmed.
Wrong KeyCard
If a KeyCard from another radio is inserted
into the unit, “KEYCARD ERROR” will appear in the display. Please do not try to operate the equipment.
After approx. 8 sec. the radio will switch off
automatically.
If the wrong KeyCard is inserted four times,
the waiting time will increase to one hour.
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If you attempt to insert a different kind of
card (e.g. telephone or credit card), “CHECK
KEYCARD” or “PRÜFE KEYCARD” will appear in the display for approx. 2 sec.
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Switch the unit on (press 1).
Resuming equipment operation after
the power has been disconnected
If the Radiophone is disconnected from the
battery (e.g. during repairs) and then reconnected, a trained KeyCard or the master SIM
card is required to resume equipment operation and to reactivate the other trained SIM
cards.
Press / until “LANGUAGE” appears
in the display.
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Press DSC/OK and << / >> to select
the language.
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Press DSC/OK and CL one after the
other.
Removing the KeyCard/SIM card
Never forcibly pull out the card!
You may destroy it.
• First push the card in gently towards
the unit.
The KeyCard/SIM card will eject slightly so
that you can remove it.
• Remove the card.
When you remove the card for the first time,
“LEARN CARD” will appear in the display.
Now you can train additional cards (refer to
“Train SIM cards”).
After this process has ended, the Radiophone will switch off when the card has been
removed.
If you like, you can enter a name of up to 8
characters. Please refer to “How to enter a
name/text”.
If you would like to skip this function or after
you have entered the name:
• Press OK.
The first SIM card has been programmed.
“TERMINATE? PRESS OK” will appear in
the display. Now you can programme additional cards.
To finish the programming process:
• Press OK.
The SIM card trained first assumes the additional function of master SIM card. Other
SIM cards can only be trained using either
the master SIM card or the KeyCard.
There are two basic ways in which you can
train other SIM cards:
DEUTSCH
One KeyCard or up to 30 SIM cards
can be trained or replaced as additional cards.
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Insert the first KeyCard (included
with the Radiophone) into the unit
and switch the unit on.
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Press DSC/OK and press
select “LEARN CARD”.
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Press DSC/OK briefly.
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to
Radio
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DSC – LEARN CARD
Telefon
In the initial programming process you can
easily train the second KeyCard and up to
30 SIM cards.
In order to do this the Radiophone must be
switched on and the original KeyCard inserted.
• Remove the original KeyCard and insert the first SIM card.
“NAME?“ will appear in the display.
“CHANGE CARD” will appear in the
display.
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Remove the first KeyCard and insert the new card (KeyCard or SIM
card).
After insertion of a SIM card only: The
display shows “NAME?”.
If you wish, you can now enter a name
of up to 8 characters.
If necessary, refer to the section on
“How to enter a name/text”.
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Press DSC/OK.
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Enter the PIN code and press DSC/
OK.
After “CODE OK”, the display will
show, for example, “SIM CARD 23 AC71
ENGLISH
At the factory the texts for the display are
set to English.
You can display the texts in other languages if you wish.
• Press DSC/OK.
a) Training or deleting the KeyCard/
SIM card with DSC
Radio
Train KeyCard/SIM cards
Telephone
Selecting the language for the display
CEPTED” (i.e. the 23rd SIM card has
been trained).
The Radiophone can now be operated
using the new cards.
A maximum of two KeyCards and 30
SIM cards can be trained in this way.
If you attempt to program a third KeyCard, the KeyCard which was not part
of the programming process will automatically become invalid.
If 30 SIM cards have been programmed, it will be necessary to delete
old access authorizations before new
cards can be trained.
b) Training new cards after removing
the KeyCard or master SIM card
If this function is activated in the DSC
learn mode, it is possible to train another SIM card each time the KeyCard/
master SIM card is removed. This
function is useful if you want to train
several cards one after the other (fleet
management).
c) Deleting SIM card authorisations
The authorisation for SIM cards can be
deleted using the CARD LIST in the
DSC menu. The master SIM card can
be deleted with a KeyCard only.
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DSC learn mode
With this function you can select whether
you want to train additional SIM cards using
the DSC menu only or each time after removing the KeyCard or the master SIM card
as well.
For operating instructions refer to “Programming with DSC – LEARN MODE”.
Displaying the radio pass data
Using the KeyCard supplied with your set
you can have the radio pass data such as
the model name, product number (7 6...) and
serial number indicated in the display.
Please refer to the section on “Programming
with DSC – READ KEYCARD”.
Optical warning of anti-theft
protection
KeyCard tongue flashes
When the vehicle has been parked and the
KeyCard or SIM card removed, the KeyCard
tongue can be switched to flash to provide
additional anti-theft protection.
For this function to operate properly it is
necessary that the positive power supply line
and the permanent +12 V lead are connected as described in the installation instructions.
Be sure that “KEYCARD LED ON” has been
selected in the DSC mode.
If necessary, refer to the section on “Programming with DSC – KEYCARD LED”.
Switching off the flashing light
The flashing light can be switched off by
pushing in the KeyCard tongue gently until
it locks.
If you would like to deactivate the flashing
tongue altogether, select the “KEYCARD
LED OFF” item in the DSC menu:
Care of your KeyCard/SIM-Card
In order to ensure that the card always functions correctly, the contacts must be free of
any foreign particles. Avoid direct skin contact.
Do not subject the cards to direct sunlight.
If necessary, clean the card contacts using
a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol.
Note:
Be sure to read the information in the
section on “KeyCard/SIM card antitheft protection system”.
Radio
Telefon
Altering the volume
Turn the knob to alter the volume. The
setting will appear in the display.
When the Radiophone is switched on,
it will play at a preset volume (VOLUME FIX).
VOLUME FIX can be altered as desired (refer to “Programming with DSC
- VOLUME FIX”).
The volume can also be altered using
the remote control (optional) by pressing V- / V+.
ENGLISH
Switching the radio on when the ignition is switched off
When the ignition is switched off (card
is inserted) the equipment will continue
to function as follows:
After you hear the double beep, press
the knob. The equipment will switch
back on. After one hour’s playing time,
the Radiophone will switch off automatically to prevent the car battery
from going dead.
Operation in combination with an
ignition timer
If the ignition timer has been activated
in the DSC mode, the Radiophone will
switch off as programmed after the ignition is switched off (refer to the section on “Programming with DSC - IGNITION TIMER”.
Radio
Switching the unit on/off with the
KeyCard:
If the equipment has been switched on
by pressing knob 1, then it can be
switched off and on again with the
KeyCard or SIM card.
This assumes that the program has
been switched to “MENU” under
“LEARN MODE” in the DSC menu.
Switching the unit on/off via the ignition:
If the equipment has been connected
properly, it can be switched on and off
with the vehicle ignition.
When the ignition has been switched
off, the unit will emit a double beep to
remind you to remove the KeyCard/
SIM card before leaving your vehicle.
If you switch off the ignition during a
telephone call, the Radiophone will remain switched on until you have completed the call.
Telephone
1 On/off
Volume
To switch the Radiophone on, press
the knob (volume control).
A valid KeyCard or SIM card must be
inserted in the unit already or within
the next 15 seconds.
DEUTSCH
Quick reference for operating the radio, tape deck and CD changer (optional)
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/ AUD
Press AUD once:
Alter treble and bass settings using the
rocker switch.
Treble +
Treble –
Bass –
Bass +
Press AUD twice:
Alter balance (left/right) and fader
(front/rear) settings.
Fader front
Fader rear
Balance left
Balance right
The settings will be indicated in the
display. The last setting made will be
stored automatically.
Switch off AUD: Press AUD for a third
time.
If no changes are made for a period of
8 seconds, the AUD setting will end
automatically.
Switching Loudness on/off:
Press AUD for approx. 1 sec. (beep).
The current setting will appear briefly
in the display (ON/OFF).
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For more detailed information refer to
“Programming with DSC - LOUDNESS”.
3 SRC (Source)
You can switch between the operating
modes for radio, cassette and changer
(option) or an auxiliary unit.
You can switch from the telephone
menu back to the last operating mode
selected.
This assumes that you are not talking
on the telephone or trying to place a
call.
4 TA (Traffic Announcement = priority
for traffic messages)
If “TA” appears in the display, you will
be able to tune into radio stations
which broadcast traffic information
only.
Switch priority on/off: press TA.
5 TS / BND
Switch between the memory levels/
wavebands FM, TS (Travelstore), MW
and LW.
Additional Travelstore function
Store the nine radio stations with the
strongest reception signals using Travelstore: Press BND until you hear a
beep or until “TRAVELSTORE” appears in the display.
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Dolby B NR*
Cassettes recorded with Dolby B NR
will be played back in the best quality
possible if “DOLBY” appears in the
second line.
* Noise reduction system manufactured under licence by Dolby Laboratories. The word Dolby
and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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Eject cassette
Press the button until the cassette
ejects.
Track switch
Press the button briefly to switch cassette playback to the other track (side)
of the tape.
Storing radio stations
You can use the buttons to store the
following number of radio stations for
the different wavebands:
FM
TS (FM-Travelstore)
MW
LW
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9
9
Tape mode
It is possible to set or correct the
number of titles to be skipped for SCPS (Super Cassette Program
Search) or fast forward.
DEUTSCH
Switching the regional function on/off:
Press AF for approx. 2 seconds
(beep), “REGIONAL ON” or “REGIONAL OFF” will appear briefly in the first
line in the display.
When the regional function is switched
on “REG” will appear in the display on
the right.
Radio
Recalling stored radio stations – Select the desired waveband (select “FM”
or “TS” in the FM range) and press the
corresponding button.
Activate the presets from 10 to 19 by
pressing “1” briefly first and then
pressing the second button within two
seconds.
Telefon
Entering the frequency directly
You can enter an FM frequency directly using the selection buttons:
First press “0” and then enter the desired frequency, starting with the first
digit. It is only possible to enter frequencies between 87.5 and 108. Omit
the decimal point in the entry. Press
CL to abort the entry, press OK to confirm the entry. Once all of the digits
have been entered, the entry will be
confirmed automatically.
ENGLISH
Radio mode
: AF / #
Alternative Frequency for RDS operation: When “AF” appears in the display
the radio will automatically use RDS to
find for the best reception frequency
for the programme you are listening to.
Switching AF on/off: Press AF briefly.
;+/0
Press this button before you enter a
radio station frequency directly.
Radio
9 Selection buttons
To store – During radio operation
press one of the selection presets until
you hear a beep. If you want to store
the station on a two-digit preset, first
press “1” and then press the second
digit within 2 sec. until you hear a
beep.
CD changer mode (optional)
CDs 1 to 10 can be selected directly
(0 = CD 10).
Telephone
8 Cassette loading slot
Insert the cassette (side A or 1 facing
up, open side to the right).
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= MIX /
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Radio operation
Switch seek-tuning sensitivity:
Press button briefly.
If “lo” is displayed, the radio will only
pick up strong, local stations (normal
sensitivity).
If “lo” does not light up, the radio will
also pick up weaker, more distant stations (high sensitivity).
> Display
g) lo
h) 19/T9
Radio operation
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CD changer operation (optional)
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MIX CD
The tracks of a CD will be played back
in random order.
The following CDs will also be selected
at random.
MIX OFF
The MIX function is switched off.
Press MIX until the desired function
appears in the display.
Changer operation (optional)
n) AF
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p) MTL
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t
Station name
Side 2 of the cassette
CD number
Radio waveband
Radio station broadcasting traffic information (is
currently being received)
- Traffic announcement priority
q) RM
r) T: 11
s) 02 . 32
t) MIX
- Seek tuning sensitivity
- Indicates on which button
the station currently playing is stored (1-19)/Travelstore (1-9)
- Call forwarding is active
- Indicates that a SMS
message is stored
- Also appears when a
voice message has been
received
- Connection with GSM
radio network
- GSM field strength indicator
- Alternative frequency for
RDS
- Dolby B NR
- Metal or CrO2 cassettes
are currently playing
- Radio Monitor (listen to
radio during tape fast forward or rewind)
- CD track number
- CD time (time played)
- CD track random play
Tape operation
Radio
Radio operation
KeyCard
Fast forward
Stop this function by pressing
the opposite button.
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Select title (S-CPS)
Forwards
Back
or
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For FM only:
<< / >> Scroll through the station broadcasting network when AF is
switched on
e.g. NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, N-JOY.
/
Radio
Flashing card tongue
If the radio has been switched off and
the KeyCard or SIM card removed, the
card tongue will flash as additional
theft protection if the corresponding
setting has been activated.
For more detailed information, please
refer to “Programming with DSC”.
It is possible to switch off the flashing
light by pressing the card tongue in
gently until it locks into place.
Seek tuning
Upwards
Downwards
<< / >> Up or down in increments
(for FM only when AF is switched
off)
Fast rewind
/
Please read the information in the section on “Anti-theft card protection system” carefully.
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@ Rocker switch
Telephone
? Anti-theft card protection system
In order to operate the radio equipment it is necessary to first insert the
KeyCard included with the unit or a
KeyCard you have trained accordingly
or a programmed SIM card.
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CD changer operation (optional)
A ME
Unit:
Telephone functions only.
Remote control:
Select CD
Up
Down
Select track
Up: Press briefly.
CUE - fast forward (audible): Hold
button pressed down.
Down: Press two or more times
one after the other.
Restart the same track: Press
once briefly.
REVIEW - fast reverse (audible):
Hold button pressed down.
Additional rocker switch functions:
Additional settings possible with
AUD
2
DSC mode C
The corresponding function must be
activated.
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During radio operation it is possible to
recall stored radio stations in ascending order.
During CD changer operation, the CDs
are selected in ascending order.
B CL (CLEAR)
Press this button to quit the currently
active menu item in the DSC mode.
Any changes made will not be stored.
Press CL again to quit the DSC mode.
Cancels direct frequency entry.
C DSC / OK
DSC (Direct Software Control)
Use DSC to adjust the programmable
basic settings.
OK
Press to store the altered settings.
Activate DSC: Press the button briefly.
Select function: Press / .
Display setting adjustments: Press
DSC/OK.
Alter settings: Press << / >>.
Store: Press OK.
Quit DSC: Press CL.
If you quit DSC by pressing CL before
you press OK, any changes made to
the settings will not be stored.
For more information refer to “Programming with DSC”.
The Radio Data System offers you added
convenience when listening to FM radio stations.
Telephone operation has priority. As a result, you cannot switch to audio mode unless you are not currently talking on the telephone or trying to place a call.
• Press SRC repeatedly until the functions of the audio source you wish to
listen to appear in the display.
You cannot select tape or CD changer operation unless a cassette/magazine containing CDs has already been inserted.
If an empty magazine has been inserted,
“NO CD” will appear in the display.
An auxiliary source can only be selected if
a Blaupunkt changer has not been connected to the system. “AUXILIARY SOURCE
ON” must be set in the DSC menu.
As soon as a programme has been identified, the station name including a regional
identifier, if applicable, will appear in the display, for example, NDR1 NDS (regional programme in Lower Saxony, Germany).
When RDS is activated, the preset buttons
become programme buttons. You now know
exactly which programme you have tuned
into, making it easy to find the desired station quickly.
RDS also offers other advantages:
AF - Alternative Frequency
The AF (Alternative Frequency) function
makes sure that the radio always automatically tunes into the strongest frequency of
the currently selected programme.
If this function has been activated “AF” will
appear in the display.
In order to switch this function on or off,
• press AF/# briefly.
“SEARCH” will disappear from the display
when the alternative frequency has been
found or after the frequency band has run
through completely.
If the reception quality of the selected programme becomes poor:
• Tune into a different 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 including SchleswigHolstein, Hamburg and Lower Saxony at
certain times of the day.
If you are listening to one regional programme and move to an area where another linked regional programme becomes
stronger, the unit will switch to that programme.
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When in telephone mode, you can switch
back to the audio source used last by pressing SRC.
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.
Radio
During audio operation you can use SRC to
switch between radio, cassette and changer (option) or an auxiliary sound source.
More and more radio stations have begun
to broadcast RDS information along with
their regular programmes.
Telephone
(Radio, tape deck, CD changer (optional),
auxiliary source)
While searching for the strongest reception
signal, the radio may switch to mute briefly.
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Audio mode
Radio
Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)
Telefon
Select operating mode
If you wish to continue listening to the first
programme, switch REGIONAL ON by
• pressing AF/# for approximately 1 second until “REGIONAL ON” appears in
the first line.
When the regional function has been
switched on “REG” will replace “AF” in the
display.
If you leave the service area of the regional
programme you are currently tuned into, or
if you would like to take advantage of the
full RDS service, switch to “REGIONAL
OFF”.
• Press AF/# for approximately 1 second
until “REGIONAL OFF” appears.
Selecting a waveband
You can select between the following wavebands:
FM 87.5 - 108 MHz
MW 531 - 1602 kHz
LW 153 - 279 kHz
• Use BND to select the waveband.
Press repeatedly if necessary.
Station tuning
Manual tuning:
Seek tuning
•
/
•
Press / ; the car radio will automatically search for the next station.
If you hold down /
(also applies to remote control operation), seek tuning will
speed up in upwards or downwards direction.
Entering the frequency directly
For FM or FMT, it is possible to enter the
station frequency directly.
Start your entry
• by pressing 0.
•
Seek tuning
Up
Down
<< / >> Up/Down in increments (for FM only
when AF is switched off)
Manual tuning with << / >>
You can also tune in a station manually.
Important:
AF must be switched off (i.e. the “AF” or
“REG” symbol does not light up in the display).
If necessary, deactivate this function:
• Press AF/#.
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Press << / >>; the frequency will
change in degrees in the downwards
or upwards direction.
If you hold down the right or left part of the
rocker switch, the frequency scan will speed
up in the corresponding direction.
Then enter the frequency, beginning
with the first digit. You need not enter
a decimal point.
Press CL to cancel this process or OK to
confirm your selection.
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the individual wavebands:
•
Select a radio station using the rocker
switch (automatically with / or manually with << / >>).
•
Press the desired selection button for
approx. 1 sec. until you hear a beep.
If you want to store the radio station on a
two-digit preset,
• press button 1 briefly and the second
button within 2 sec. until you hear a
beep.
You have now stored the radio station.
The station preset will appear in the display.
You can automatically store the nine most
powerful FM stations of your current reception area sorted according to their signal
strength. This function is particularly convenient during longer trips.
• Press BND/TS for 2 seconds.
“TRAVELSTORE” will flash in the display.
The nine FM stations with the best reception will be stored automatically in the FMT
(FM Travelstore) memory bank. When this
procedure has been completed, the radio
will switch to the station with the best reception stored on selection button 1.
If desired, stations can also be stored manually on the Travelstore memory bank (refer to “Storing radio stations”).
Note:
If you attempt to store a station which is already stored, the number of the corresponding selection button and the memory bank
will flash in the display briefly if you are using the same memory bank.
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Start Travelstore, for example:
• Press BND for 2 seconds; the system
starts to run through the frequency
band.
If “AF” does not light up,
• press AF/#.
This fulfils the requirements for selecting
stations with << / >>.
FM
19
TS (FM-Travelstore) 9
MW
9
LW
9
• Use BND to select the desired waveband.
Radio
stations in your reception area.
If it is possible to receive several programmes in the same broadcasting network,
you can scroll through them in the forwards
direction by pressing >>, or backwards using the << button, e.g. NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, NJOY.
You must have tuned into these stations at
least once previously and “AF” must be active (lights up in the display).
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Automatically storing the
stations with the strongest
You can store the following number of stareception using Travelstore
You can use the << / >> buttons to tune into tions on the selection buttons for each of
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Storing radio stations
Radio
Scrolling through the broadcasting networks (FM only)
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Recalling stored radio stations
Switching from stereo to mono
(FM only)
You can recall any stored radio station at
the touch of a button.
• Press BND/TS repeatedly until the desired waveband appears in the display.
•
Press the corresponding selection button briefly.
If you wish to recall a station stored on a
two-digit preset (e.g. preset 19) first press 1
and then 9 within the next 2 seconds.
Selecting the seek-tuning sensitivity
You can alter the automatic seek-tuning
sensitivity.
If “lo” is displayed, the radio will only pick up
strong, local stations.
If “lo” is switched off, the radio will also pick
up weaker, more distant stations.
To switch the seek tuning sensitivity:
• Press .
The sensitivity level can be selected separately for both modes. (Please refer to the
section on “Programming with DSC – DXLEVEL / LO-LEVEL”).
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Every time the radio is switched on, stereo
playback will be activated automatically.
The unit will gradually switch to mono if the
reception deteriorates beyond a certain
point.
The unit will then switch back to its previous
status. The priority for all other traffic messages will remain active.
In addition to these, there are also stations
which do not actually transmit traffic programmes themselves, but by using RDSEON it is possible to receive the traffic messages broadcast by another traffic programme station in the same radio network.
Please note that several buttons have no
function while traffic announcements are
broadcast.
If you wish to have the priority for traffic announcements activated while listening to
one of these stations (e.g. NDR3), “TA” must
appear in the display.
Although this volume was preset at the factory, you can alter it using the DSC function
(see “Programming with DSC – TA VOLUME”).
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.
Adjusting the volume for traffic
announcements and the beep tone
Beep tone
When a traffic programme station is activated (“TA” in the display), you will hear a beep
tone after approximately 30 seconds if you
leave the reception area of the traffic programme station you are currently tuned into.
Radio
a) Tune into another station providing
traffic information:
•
Press the rocker switch or
•
press a preset button for a radio
station which has a traffic programme station allocated to it.
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To switch the priority on or off:
• Press TA.
If you press TA while a message is being
broadcast, this message will be interrupted.
Switching off the beep tone
or
b) Switch off the priority for traffic announcements:
•
Press TA.
“TA” will disappear from the display.
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All traffic programme stations transmit a
special carrier signal along with their programmes, which is decoded by your car radio. If this signal is identified, “TP” will appear in the display (Traffic Programme).
If the priority for traffic announcement programmes is activated, “TA” will light up in
the display.
You will also hear this beep if you press a
station preset button for a radio station which
does not broadcast the TP signal.
Automatic seek tuning start
(tape and CD changer operation)
If you leave the reception area of the current traffic programme station while listening to a tape or CD, the system will automatically start searching for a new TA programme.
Radio
Many FM broadcasters provide traffic messages for their service area at regular intervals.
Switching traffic announcement
priority on/off
Telephone
The abbreviation “EON” stands for Enhanced Other Networks which means that
information is exchanged between the radio stations belonging to the same broadcasting network.
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Traffic programme station reception with RDS-EON
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Operating the cassette deck
The equipment must be switched on.
Fast forward/rewind
As soon as you insert a cassette, the set
will automatically switch to cassette operation.
Remote control
The cassette will not begin to play
a) as long as a telephone call is in
progress or being placed, or
b) as long as a priority traffic announcement is playing.
Inserting the cassette
•
Switch the unit on.
• Insert a cassette.
The cassette will be pulled into the unit automatically and Side A or 1 will begin to play.
The display will indicate the cassette functions.
Insert the cassette with side A or 1 facing up
and the open side facing to the right.
Fast forward
Fast rewind
Using the remote control you can start to fast
forward/rewind the tape by pressing / for
more than 1 second.
/
Select title (S-CPS)
(also possible using the remote control)
forwards
back
Stop function by pressing
•
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Press
for approx. 2 sec.
The cassette will eject.
Changing the track (Autoreverse)
Switch the direction in which the tape is playing during playback
• by pressing
.
When the tape has reached the end, it will
switch automatically to the other track. “SIDE
1” or “SIDE 2” will appear in the display.
.
Selecting titles with S-CPS
(Super Cassette Program Search)
Ejecting the cassette
The number of titles to be skipped will appear in the display.
Correct by pressing the opposite button.
During fast forward or rewind, up to 9 titles
can be skipped. The desired number can
be entered or corrected with the selection
buttons.
.
To stop the function immediately, press
Important for S-CPS: There must be an unrecorded tape portion of at least 3 seconds
between the titles.
To repeat or skip titles on the cassette press
(forwards) / (back).
You can skip up to 99 titles
• by pressing the rocker switch as often
as required.
Note:
If there is too much tension on the tape while
it is playing, it may switch to the opposite
track before it has reached the end. Check
to see if the tape is wound correctly. It often
helps to rewind the cassette completely.
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Tape equalisation
Listening to the radio while fast
forwarding/rewinding the tape
The unit is able to identify the following tape
types: iron oxide, chrome oxide or metal; it with RM (Radio Monitor)
Switching on/off:
• Press .
* Noise reduction system manufactured under licence
by Dolby Laboratories. The word Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Radio
Telefon
Care instructions
You should use only C60/C90 tape cassettes in your car. Protect your cassettes
against dirt, dust and temperatures over
50 °C. Allow cold cassettes to warm up
somewhat before playing them to ensure
that the tape plays smoothly. Malfunctions
in playback or sound may be caused by dirt
build-up on the pinch roller and the audio
head after approx. 100 hours of operation.
To remove normal dirt build-up clean the
equipment with a cleaning cassette. In more
stubborn cases, use a cotton swab dipped
in rubbing alcohol. Never insert hard instruments into the tape deck.
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This equipment is able to play back cassettes which have been recorded using Dolby B NR or without noise reduction.
There is far less tape noise and the sound
dynamics are correspondingly greater on
cassettes recorded using Dolby NR*.
“DOLBY” will light up in the display when
Dolby B NR is switched on.
Radio
Dolby B NR*
While fast forwarding or rewinding the tape,
you can listen to the radio instead of the
usual muting (also applies for S-CPS).
The “RAD. MONITOR ON” setting must be
activated in DSC mode.
Refer to “Programming with DSC – RAD.
MONITOR” if necessary.
Telephone
will switch to the corresponding setting automatically.
When metal or chrome cassettes are played
“MTL” will light up in the display.
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CD changer operation (optional)
You can use this equipment to conveniently
play back CDs with one of the following Blaupunkt CD changers: CDC A06 or A 072 (directly) or CDC-A 05/-F 05/A 071 (with an
adapter).
The changer is not included with this equipment and can be purchased separately at a
retail outlet.
Switching CD changer operation
on
Selecting a track
is also possible using the remote control
upwards: press briefly
CUE - fast forward (audible):
hold pressed down.
A magazine containing at least one CD must
be inserted.
Use SRC to switch the audio source:
• Press SRC until the changer functions
appear in the display.
downwards: press briefly twice or
repeatedly
Restart current track: press briefly.
REVIEW - fast reverse (audible):
hold pressed down.
Note:
Use only standard circular CDs measuring
12 cm in diameter!
CDs measuring 8 cm in diameter or CDs in
different shapes such as a butterfly or beer
mug are not suitable for playback using this
equipment.
This may result in the destruction of the CD
or the CD drive.
We assume no liability for damage to the
equipment caused by playing unsuitable
CDs.
Press / on the remote control to select
the track up or down.
Selecting the CD and the track
Remote control
MIX
CD tracks can be played in random order.
If “MIX” is illuminated in the display, all of
the tracks on a CD will be played in random
order.
Following this, the next CD will be selected
at random and played, etc.
Select a CD
upwards
downwards
Enter the number of the CD you wish to select directly using the numbers keypad.
Use the remote control to select a CD in
ascending order by pressing the ME button.
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Switching MIX on/off:
• press MIX/ briefly.
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OFF
ON
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Radio
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^
Use the rocker switch / to select the
menu item you wish to alter and confirm your
selection by pressing OK.
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Select:
^
^
^
^
^
If you wish to alter any programming
• press DSC/OK.
^
There is an overview of the factory default
settings at the end of this section so that
you can reset these settings at any time.
^
^
The equipment has been adjusted to default
settings at the factory.
Start
DSC
^
The car radio is equipped with DSC (Direct
Software Control), enabling you to adjust
settings and functions to your personal
needs and to store these settings.
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Programming with DSC Radio, Cassette, Changer (optional)
^
Alter:
^
^
Radio
Store:
• Press DSC/OK.
^
Cancel:
• Press CL. The new setting will not be
saved.
^
Press << / >> to alter the setting indicated
in the display.
Telephone
Exit DSC:
• Press CL.
^
^
To quit DSC (from any menu item): Press CL
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You cannot alter the programming for
important DSC settings unless you have
entered the access code first (refer to the
DSC menu item “CHANGE ACCESSCODE”).
/
<< / >>
Select function
Make setting
LOUDNESS
Boosts low frequencies for more
bass, especially at low volume.
LOUD 1 - minimum boost
LOUD 6 - maximum boost
MASTER RESET
This menu item will appear only if
a KeyCard is inserted.
Important!
This function will reset all of the
settings in the DSC menu including the telephone menu to the factory default settings.
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All of the trained KeyCards and
SIM cards will be deleted, except
for the KeyCard currently in the
unit.
If this menu item is selected, it will
be necessary to enter the access
code after OK. Enter the access
code, press OK.
The display will show “MASTER
RESET?”: Press CL to cancel this
function, press OK to reset all of
the settings to the default settings.
CHANGE ACCESSCODE
The access code is used to access the important DSC menu
items (also for telephone operation). At the factory, this code is
set to “0000”.
If you would like to alter it be sure
to make a note of the new code!
Enter the original code (in this
case “0000”) and press OK.
Enter the new code, press OK.
Enter the new code once again,
press OK.
IGNITION TIMER
Use this setting to ensure that the
car radio will play for a maximum
of 90 minutes after the ignition
has been switched off.
0 = ignition timer switched off.
AUXILIARY SOURCE
This menu item will not appear if
a CD changer (A 05 or A 06) has
been connected to the system.
The default setting is “AUXILIARY
SOURCE OFF”.
If an external piece of equipment
is connected to the system, this
setting must be switched to
“AUXILIARY SOURCE ON”.
VARIOCOLOUR
Adjusts the colour of the display
illumination to the dashboard illumination.
''
green ......................................
red
KEY TONE
After a key is pressed, a short
beep is emitted as confirmation.
Set volume from 0 to 9 (0 = off).
LEVEL 1:
Linear (no bass, treble, loudness
adjustment).
LEVEL 2-4:
Different settings for volume, bass
and treble with loudness switched
off.
Test the settings to find out which
one you prefer.
KEYCARD LED
You can choose between LED
ON or LED OFF. The KeyCard
tongue will flash if you select LED
ON. It acts as additional protection when the set is switched off
and the KeyCard has been removed.
LANGUAGE
The display texts are available in
different languages.
If “AUTOMATIC” has been selected, English will be the language
used for the display texts when
the KeyCard has been inserted.
MENU –
Cards can only be programmed
with the help of the DSC menu.
MENU PLUS –
Additional simple method of programming cards:
Remove the KeyCard or Master
SIM card and insert another card
within 15 sec.
You can continue training cards
with other cards.
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Radio
LEARN MODE
With this function you can determine whether additional cards can
be programmed using the DSC
menu only or after the currently
valid KeyCard or the Master SIM
card has been removed as well.
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LEVEL 0:
Music/voice is switched off.
If a SIM card is used, the language selected on the card will be
the language which appears in
the display.
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MUSIC/SPEECH
In future, different RDS radio
stations will differentiate between
music and voice programs.
The tone setting for voice
programs ranges between
“LEVEL 0 ... 4”.
RAD. MONITOR
(Radio Monitor)
Allows you to listen to the radio
while fast forwarding/rewinding
the cassette.
Switching the Radio Monitor function on/off: Press << / >>.
During tape deck operation, “RM”
will light up in the display if this
function is activated. When the
tape is being fast forwarded/rewound you will be able to hear the
radio.
Radio
Confirmation beep following functions which require you to press
the button for longer than 1 sec.
Set volume from 0 to 9 (0 = off).
Telephone
BEEP
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EXTENDED MENU
Using this function it is possible to
press << / >> to remove the following menu items which are
rarely altered.
This makes the menu more manageable.
OFF –
Remove menu items.
ON –
All of the menu items are available.
CARD LIST
It is possible to display a list containing all of the valid SIM cards.
You can delete individual entries
if you wish.
The Master-SIM can be deleted
with a KeyCard only.
WARNING!
If the entry is deleted, it will no
longer be possible to operate the
unit using this card.
After pressing OK you must enter
the access code and confirm your
entry by pressing OK.
The entries can be viewed by
pressing / .
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After OK “CLEAR?” will appear in
the display.
Press << / >> to choose between
CLEAR? and NAME? (alter).
Press CL to cancel the process,
press OK to confirm the process.
If you want to enter/alter names,
please refer to “Telephone book
menu – Add entry”.
It is not possible to clear the card
inserted in the set.
Note that the master SIM card
can be cleared with the KeyCard
only.
READ KEYCARD
This menu item will appear only if
a KeyCard is inserted.
It is possible to read out the data
on a KeyCard.
Using the KeyCard which was included with the delivery, it is possible to display the equipment
data such as name, type number
(76 ...) and serial number.
If you remove the KeyCard while
it is being read, “CHANGE CARD”
will appear in the display. It is
possible to read the information
on any KeyCards, even those for
different car radios. It is not possible to operate the unit, except to
switch it off. As long as a KeyCard
for this unit is inserted, you can
switch back to radio operation by
pressing OK.
LEARN CARD
You can program a second KeyCard or up to 30 SIM cards.
Refer to the information on “KeyCards and SIM cards - Programming the KeyCard/SIM card”.
USER MODE
You can choose among the following operating modes:
RADIO ONLY
PHONE ONLY
STANDARD
(all operating modes can be selected).
Any changes will not take effect
until you have exited the menu.
DX-LEVEL 1 –
high sensitivity
DX-LEVEL 3 –
normal sensitivity
VOLUME FIX
Allows you to set the volume at
which the unit switches on.
Use << / >> to set the desired volume. If “LEVEL +00” is selected,
the car radio will switch on at the
volume level which was last set
before it was switched off.
End DSC programming/save changes:
• Press DSC/OK.
VOLUME FIX
TA VOLUME
*
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MENU PLUS = basic setting
The system will reset to MENU after having
programmed the first SIM card.
Radio
LEVEL 3
0000
00 min
SOURCE OFF
green
VOLUME 0
4
LEVEL 0
AUS
LED ON
AUTOMATIC
MENU PLUS*
ON
STANDARD
LO-LEVEL 1
DX-LEVEL 1
LEVEL +20
LEVEL +30
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DX-LEVEL SENSITIVITY
Sets the search sensitivity for distant reception.
LOUDNESS
CHANGE ACCESSCODE
IGNITION TIMER
AUXILIARY SOURCE
VARIOCOLOUR
KEY TONE
BEEP
MUSIC/SPEECH
RAD. MONITOR
KEYCARD LED
LANGUAGE
LEARN MODE
EXTENDED MENU
CARD LIST
READ KEYCARD
LEARN CARD
USER MODE
SENSITIVITY
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LO-LEVEL 3 –
normal sensitivit
Overview of the DSC default
settings
Radio
LO-LEVEL 1 –
high sensitivity
TA VOLUME
The volume for traffic messages
and the beep can be adjusted.
The traffic message will be played
at this volume if the volume currently selected is lower. If the selected volume is louder than the
TA VOLUME the traffic message
will be played somewhat louder.
Telephone
LO-LEVEL SENSITIVITY
Sets the search sensitivity for local reception.
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Telephone
Radio
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Radio
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Telephone operation
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Operating the telephone
General information
Using the Radiophone, you can make the
same telephone calls as you can with a cellular phone.
Important: You must be located in an area
serviced by the GSM radio network and have
the access privileges provided by a valid SIM
card. This SIM card must be inserted into
the unit (refer to the section on “KeyCards
and SIM cards” if necessary).
Emergency calls
The number to dial to place an emergency
call in the GSM network anywhere in the
world is 112.
You can place an emergency call by dialling this number even without inserting a SIM
or KeyCard.
Please read the information in the section
on “Using the telephone – GSM emergency
calls”.
PIN code
(Personal Identification Number)
Normally, the SIM card will not operate the
telephone until a personal identification
number (PIN code) has been entered. This
PIN code is included with the SIM card when
you purchase it.
You can alter or even deactivate your PIN
code. Refer to “Programming with DSC –
PIN CODE”.
Inserting the SIM card/
entering your PIN code
•
Switch the unit on.
With the card tongue protruding, insert
the trained SIM card into the slot
with the contact surface facing up.
“ENTER PIN” will appear in the display.
•
Enter the PIN code using the number
keys, starting with the first digit.
• Press OK or #.
If the PIN code has been entered correctly,
“CODE OK” will appear in the display followed by the menu which was used last.
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If an incorrect PIN code has been entered,
“WRONG PIN-CODE” will appear in the display followed by “ENTER PIN”.
If the PIN code is entered incorrectly three
times in succession, it is necessary to use
the PUK code (Personal Unblock code) to
reactivate the card.
Reactivating the SIM card
The PUK code must be used to reactivate
the SIM card.
The display shows “ENTER PUK”.
• Enter your code and press OK to confirm.
• Enter a new PIN code.
Important!
Make sure you make a note of the new PIN
code!
•
Confirm your entry by pressing OK and
repeat the entry.
Important!
When the telephone is ready to operate, an
antenna symbol will appear in the display
(must not flash).
The emergency number in the GSM network is 112 anywhere in the world.
Do not use the emergency call number unless there really is an emergency.
By dialling 112 you can place an emergency call, regardless of whether or not you
have inserted a SIM or KeyCard.
When placing an emergency call, be sure
to supply all the necessary information as
accurately as possible. Remember that your
mobile telephone may be the only means of
communication at the scene of an accident.
To end your telephone call:
briefly.
• Press
Telefon
Do not hang up until you are told to do so.
To place the call:
• Switch the set on, insert the KeyCard
or SIM card. If you do not enter a card,
you must complete the following operating steps within the next 4 seconds.
•
Press
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Dial the number you wish to call using
the number keys.
After you have entered the telephone
number correctly,
briefly.
• press
The telephone will now place the call automatically.
.
.
• Dial 112 and press
“Emergency” will appear in the display and
the telephone will place the call.
Radio
•
Any barring codes entered in the system will
not affect the 112 number. It is possible to
place an emergency call as long as the antenna symbol is flashing and the signal is
strong enough.
Telephone
A trained SIM card must be inserted in the
unit correctly. If the equipment is not currently in the telephone mode
briefly.
• press
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GSM emergency calls
Radio
Making your first telephone call
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Quick reference for using the telephone
1 On/Off
The set must be switched on before it
is possible to use the telephone.
Volume
Adjusts the volume while using the
“hands-free” function.
Adjusts the TA volume while using the
“hands-free” function.
Adjusts the volume of the current ring
tone.
3 SRC (Source)
Press SRC briefly: The telephone
functions will end and the set will automatically switch back to the audio
mode used last (radio, tape deck or
optional CD changer).
The telephone mode has priority. It is
not possible to switch to an audio
mode if you are already talking on the
telephone or trying to place a call.
Remote control
If you press SRC briefly while the telephone is ringing: the caller will receive
the information that the party he is calling is unavailable.
Press SRC for approx. 1 second: busy
signal.
The functions described under “Volume” can be altered by pressing V- /
V+.
2
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/ AUD
If this button is pressed while the telephone is in use, the microphone will be
muted. This makes it possible to conduct a conversation in your vehicle
while the party on the telephone is unable to listen.
4 TA (Traffic Announcement = Priority
for traffic announcements)
To switch off the priority for traffic announcements during a telephone call:
Press TA during the telephone call.
5 TS / BND
To switch from handset operation to
the hands-free function (uses the microphone and car speakers):
Press BND and replace handset.
9 Selection buttons
To enter a telephone number:
Press the corresponding keys briefly.
To use one-touch dialling to call one of
the first nine phone book numbers
stored in the set:
Press the corresponding key for approx. 2 seconds.
To use one-touch dialling to call one of
the first nine phone book numbers
stored on the SIM card:
Press , then press the corresponding
key for approx. 2 seconds.
*
Enter the name. Please refer to the
section on “How to enter a name/text”.
To answer a call: Press one of the buttons on the right side of the set.
: AF / #
Enters special characters.
<
Switches to the telephone mode,
answers/ends telephone calls,
To start dialling:
briefly.
Press
To switch off the telephone, e.g. in areas where there is danger of explosion:
Press
for approx. 2 seconds.
- Indicates that the Radiophone has logged into a different network.
Enter PIN code
c
If the antenna symbol is
flashing, the telephone user
has not got access privileges
to the current network available. Only emergency calls
can be placed.
Network search ...
b)
To switch back to the telephone mode:
briefly.
Press
- Indicates signal strength,
shows how good the connection to the radio network is
Basic telephone menu
c)
= MIX/
Enters special characters, such as
blank spaces.
Activates speed-dialling for the numbers stored on the SIM card.
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- Indicates connection to home
network
*
Subscriber is called
- Appears when the code is
entered. One asterisk appears for each digit.
d)
- Indicates that an SMS message has been stored
e)
- Appears as an additional indication that a voice message
has been received
f)
- Indicates that a telephone
call is being made or in the
process of being placed
g)
- Indicates that call forwarding
has been activated
de f
Telephone-book menu
*
g
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Radio
a)
a b
Telefon
Radio menu
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Setup menu/Call menu
Radio
> Displays
Telephone
;+/0
Enters the telephone number.
To set the current foreign country code
automatically, press 0 for longer than
1 second.
? Anti-theft card protection system
In order to be able to operate the telephone, you must insert a trained SIM
card first.
Using a KeyCard, you can place an
emergency call only.
Using a trained SIM card, it is possible
to operate all of the telephone’s available functions, including the telephone
mode.
The SIM card also performs the antitheft functions.
@ Rocker switch
/
Scrolls through the speed-dial directory in the telephone book.
Selects the SMS entries.
Selects the menu items in the telephone book and DSC menu.
Moves the cursor to the next line when
data is being entered.
To select a telephone number from the
speed-dial list: Press ME first.
<< / >>
Makes adjustments for the menu items
in the telephone book and the DSC
menu.
Displays SMS message.
Allows you to scroll through entries
which require more space than available in the display.
Moves the cursor to the left and right
when data is being entered.
A ME
To activate the telephone-book menu:
Press ME briefly.
Remote control:
the numerical order of the entries:
Press ME for approx. 2 seconds.
To quit this function press CL on the
set.
B CL (CLEAR)
Entry mode
To delete the last digit entered: Press
CL briefly.
To delete the entry on display completely, press CL for approx. 1 second.
Menu prompting:
To return to next higher level:
Press CL briefly.
To quit the menu:
Press CL for longer than 1 second.
C OK
To activate setup menu
call menu :
Press / briefly.
, to activate
Remote control:
To activate a menu item:
Press OK briefly.
To display the telephone-book menu in
alphabetical order: Press ME briefly.
To display the telephone-book menu in
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To store settings: Press OK briefly.
To store altered parameters:
Press OK briefly.
•
Radio
Dial the number using the number
keys.
The number you enter will appear in the display.
The display will indicate the network and the
network operator if a network signal is received. The antenna symbol will not flash.
Dialling a telephone number
The telephone mode must be switched on.
Always use the area code for the number
you are dialling, even if it is a local number.
Correcting the number
To delete a digit:
• Select the digit you wish to correct using the rocker switch << / >> (digit will
flash).
•
Press CL briefly.
Telefon
To be able to use the telephone, you must
be located in an area served by the GSM
network. As soon as a network signal is received, the symbol indicating the signal
strength
and an antenna symbol will
appear in the display. If the signal is not
strong enough your call may be disconnected. If the antenna symbol is flashing, it is
possible to make emergency calls only. If
the antenna is displayed on a dark background, you are located in an area serviced
by a roaming network (may be subject to
additional charges).
It is possible to switch to the telephone mode
from any of the audio modes.
• Press
.
ENGLISH
GSM network service area
Manual
To delete a number:
• Press CL for approx. 1 second.
To start dialling/end call:
.
• Press
Radio
• Switch the unit on.
If you have not yet trained any SIM cards,
refer to the section on “Train or delete KeyCard/SIM card”.
Switching to telephone mode
Telephone
All of the telephone functions can be operated using a trained SIM card.
• With the card tongue protruding, insert
the trained SIM card into the slot with
the contact surface facing up.
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Using the telephone
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Using speed-dialling . . .
. . . from the telephone book
Redial function
You can recall stored telephone numbers
with the corresponding name or the number
of the entry.
•
Press ME.
Automatic
•
Use / to select
“Find entry by name” or
“Find entry by position”.
If the “Automatic redial” menu item in the
setup menu is switched to “ON”, the number
will be redialled automatically.
The numbers which can be recalled in the
telephone’s memory bank range from 1 to
25, on the SIM card from 101 to a maximum
225.
It is possible to use one-touch dialling for
the first nine telephone numbers in the basic telephone menu by pressing the corresponding number key directly.
. . . directly from the memory bank:
•
Press the corresponding button (1 to 9)
for approx. 2 sec. until you hear a
beep.
The call will be placed automatically.
. . . directly from the SIM card memory
bank:
*
Press and the corresponding button
(1 to 9) one after the other for approx.
2 sec. until you hear a beep.
The call will be placed automatically.
•
•
Confirm your selection by pressing
OK.
If “Enter name” appears in the display
• use the selection buttons to enter up to
the first three letters in the name.
If “Enter position” appears in the display
• use the selection buttons to enter the
position number of the entry.
• Confirm your entry by pressing OK.
If you know the position number of the entry
you can enter it immediately after pressing
ME and confirm your selection by pressing
OK.
The desired telephone number will appear
in the display.
If you want a different number to the one
shown in the display, you can press / to
scroll through the entries in the telephone
book.
To start dialling/end call:
• Press
.
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Refer to “Programming with DSC – Setup
menu – Automatic redial”.
You can cancel the automatic redial by
pressing the telephone key.
Manual
• Press
.
The last telephone number entered will appear in the display.
To start dialling:
.
• Press
The display will change in colour to indicate
that the telephone has begun to dial the
number or that an incoming call has been
detected.
Broker’s call
If someone calls you, you will hear the telephone ring and “Answer?” will appear in the
display. If you receive a call from a telephone
supporting call line identification (e.g. ISDN),
the caller’s telephone number will appear in
the display.
You are still talking on the telephone to the
first party. You hear the call waiting signal.
Switches between the first and second call
• Press ME.
While you are talking on the telephone to
one party, it is also possible to answer another call. You will hear the call waiting signal.
While using the telephone you can receive
a message that a second party is trying to
call you.
If you would like to take advantage of “call
waiting”, you may have to order this service
from your network operator and activate it.
During a telephone call, you can make or
receive a second call. The active call will be
placed on hold automatically.
During a broker’s call, you are able to talk
to only one of these two parties at any one
time, while the second party is on hold.
To end an active call:
.
• Press CL or
Telefon
Broker’s call/hold
To answer a call from a third party:
• Press OK.
This will end the call with the party to
whom you are currently talking.
ENGLISH
Call waiting (2nd caller)
Also refer to broker’s call/hold or conference
calls.
To end both calls at once:
• Press CL for longer than 1 second.
Activating the hold function
Radio
To answer a call:
• Press one of the buttons on the righthand side of the set.
To end a call:
or CL.
• Press
To refuse the call:
• Press CL.
The first call is currently active.
• Enter the second telephone number
.
and start to dial by pressing
The first caller will be placed on hold and
will hear music.
As soon as the second party answers, the
second call will be active.
Telephone
If this number has been entered in the
speed-dial directory, the caller’s name will
appear.
To refuse the call:
• Press CL.
To answer the waiting call:
• Press OK.
The first party will be put on hold (cannot
join in on the second call).
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How it works
Radio
Answering/ending a call
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Conference calls
During a multi-party call, you can talk to several parties at the same time.
While talking to one party you can place a
call to a second party.
Setting up a conference call
To end an active call:
.
• Press CL or
Making telephone calls using
the handset (special accessory)
To end all calls at once:
• Press CL for longer than 1 second.
During normal operation, you can make telephone calls using the microphone and car
speakers (hands-free function). You can
also make calls using a handset (accessory).
You are already talking to the first party. A
second party is waiting on hold.
• Press OK
to activate the conference call. Now all
three parties can talk to each other on
the same line.
While you are talking on the telephone to
these two parties, it is also possible to answer a call from another party. You will hear
the call waiting signal.
You can answer/end calls by removing/replacing the handset.
To refuse the call:
• Press CL.
Warning:
To answer a call from another party:
• Press OK.
The previous parties will be put on
hold.
Press ME to switch back and forth between
the conference call and the single caller.
Keep away anything which will react to magnetic influence, e.g. diskettes, bank cards,
etc. Important data may be deleted.
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Switching from hands-free operation to the
handset:
• Remove the handset from its cradle.
To switch from handset operation to the
hands-free function:
• Press BND and replace the handset
on its cradle.
There is a relatively strong magnet built into
the handset.
Phone Book Menu
Start
SRC
The telephone can store up to 25 entries.
The number of entries which can be stored
on the SIM card depend on the type of card
used.
^
^
^
Press / to select the menu items which
are described in the following.
• Select the function and press OK.
Press CL to exit the current menu item and
return to the phone book menu.
Telefon
CL
^
^^
^
^
ENGLISH
ME
^
Access the phone book menu as follows:
• Press ME on the set.
“Phone book” will appear in the display.
^
Radio
The entries are stored in the telephone
memory and/or on the SIM card and can be
used for speed-dialling.
^
The phone book menu can be used to store,
alter, delete and easily retrieve stored telephone numbers.
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Phone book menu
^
^
Press CL once again to display the basic
telephone menu.
Radio
Return to phone book
(from any menu item):
Press CL
Telephone
If you press ME for somewhat longer on the
remote control, you will access the speeddial directory sorted numerically according
to the entry position.
^
If you press ME briefly on the remote control, you will access an alphabetically sorted speed-dial directory of telephone numbers directly.
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How to enter a name/text
Entering letters/characters
Moving the cursor in the entry text box
Using the keypad you can enter names or
texts for various menu items.
Example “O” = press key 6 three times.
If you press different keys to enter the letters one after the other, the flashing cursor
will automatically move forward .
You cannot make an entry unless a specific
request that you do so appears in the display.
Names can have a maximum of 16 and texts
160 characters.
Start the entry
If “Name?” appears in the display,
• press the key for the first character as
often as necessary.
For a new name enter all of the letters for
the name.
The keys are sequence keys, i.e. press the
keys repeatedly to call up the letters allocated to this key.
You can use these keys to enter the following characters:
To make any necessary corrections move
the cursor by pressing << / >>.
1
_ (blank) . , ! ? : ’ " ( ) % & 1
2
A
B
C
Ä
à
3
D
E
F
É
3
Inserting characters
4
G
H
I
ì
4
5
J
K
L
5
6
M
N
O
Ñ
ö
ò
7
P
Q
R
S
ß
7
You can insert characters as follows:
• Select the position for the new letter by
pressing << / >>. The character will be
inserted in front of the flashing cursor.
8
T
U
V
ü
ù
8
•
9
W X
Y
Z
9
0
+
x
*
/
-
2
=
6
<
>
#
0
Capital and small letters
You can choose between capital and small
letters.
To switch:
• Press the key for the letter you wish to
select for approx. 1 second.
All of the following letters will appear in the
format selected.
Switch back if desired.
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If you have to press the same key to enter
different letters you must first move the cursor by pressing >>.
Press the key for the character you
wish to insert.
Deleting characters
You can delete individual characters or a
complete entry.
To delete characters:
• Press << / >> to select the character
you wish to delete (it will flash).
• Press CL briefly.
To delete an entry:
• Press CL for approx. 1 second.
Selecting an entry by remote control:
•
Select the function you wish to use by
pressing / and the press OK.
DEUTSCH
Finding an entry by name
You can alter the name and telephone
number one after the other.
Selecting an entry:
Press / to select “Find entry by
name” and press OK.
To dial the telephone number automatically:
.
• Press
Changing, deleting, moving or copying
an entry
Important: The memory bank must already
contain at least one entry.
•
Find the name/entry as described
above.
•
Press OK, “Change?” will appear in
the display.
Press OK to confirm, CL to abort.
To move:
You can move the entries to a different position in the list.
The arrow indicates the current position.
•
Press / to select the new position
and press OK.
Telefon
If necessary, press / to scroll through the
list of entries forwards/backwards until you
have found the name (and telephone
number). Press << / >> to view all of the data
stored for the entry.
For the alphabetically sorted list:
• Press ME briefly.
For the numerically sorted list:
• Press ME for somewhat longer.
To scroll through the lists:
• Press / .
To dial the telephone number automatically:
.
• Press
•
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Enter the first three letters of the name
and press OK.
A name with these first three letters or the
closest name alphabetically in the list will
appear in the display with the corresponding telephone number.
To copy:
You can copy entries from the SIM card, for
example, into the telephone memory bank.
The arrow indicates the current position, e.g.
210.
• Press / to select the new position,
e.g. 023, and press OK.
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Radio
•
To delete:
Using the remote control you can activate
the alphabetically or numerically sorted
speed-dial directory in the telephone book
directly.
Telephone
•
Radio
To change:
Show my phone number
You can display your own telephone number
if it has been stored.
• Press / to select “Show my phone
number” and press OK.
If more than one number appears, press
/ to select the correct one.
Prevent access
You can prevent unauthorised persons from
accessing the telephone memory bank. If
desired
• Press / to select “Prevent access”
and press OK.
•
Press / to choose among the following settings:
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“No memory restriction”
– All access restrictions are deactivated.
“Lock SIM card”
– It is not possible to access the telephone numbers stored on the SIM
card.
“Lock phone”
– It is not possible to access the telephone numbers stored in the telephone memory bank.
“No access possible”
– It is not possible to access the telephone numbers stored in the telephone memory bank or on the SIM
card. It is not possible to store new
telephone numbers.
•
Confirm your selection by pressing
OK.
•
Enter the access code and press OK.
•
Press << / >> to select on or off and
press OK.
Check capacity
Use this function to determine how much
storage capacity is available on the SIM card
and in the telephone memory bank.
•
Press / to select “Check capacity”
and press OK.
Press / to select “Check SIM capacity” or “Check phone capacity” and
press OK.
The number of free entries available will appear in the display.
•
If there are no entries available, “memory
free” will appear in the display.
•
Press / to select “Add entry” and
press OK.
•
Press / to choose the entry position, for example:
“SIM card 101-255” or
“Phone book 1-25” and press OK.
•
Enter the new telephone number and
press OK.
•
Use the selection buttons to enter the
name and press OK.
•
Enter the position number and press
OK.
•
Use the selection buttons to enter the
position number and press OK.
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Radio
Press / to select “Find entry by position” and press OK.
“Enter position!” will appear in the display.
Add the next entry:
• Press OK.
Finding an entry by position
You can use the position number to find,
alter, delete, move or copy the entry in the
telephone book.
The position number, the name entered and
the telephone number will appear in the display.
To dial the telephone number automatically:
.
• Press
Altering, deleting, moving or copying the
entry:
Telefon
If you would like to add or alter (overwrite)
an entry, press the following keys one after
the other:
Press OK to overwrite the entry (the previous entry will be deleted).
•
ENGLISH
The number of entries you can store on the
SIM card depends on the type of card you
use.
If there is a number already stored at the
position entered, “Overwrite?” will appear in
the display.
Selecting an entry:
If necessary, proceed as described in the
section on “Finding an entry by name”.
Radio
You can store up to 25 telephone numbers
and names in the telephone memory bank.
If you do not enter a position in the memory
bank, the next available position will be selected.
Telephone
Add entry
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Programming with DSC Telephone
Thanks to DSC (Direct Software Control), it
is possible to adapt several of the Radiophone settings and functions to your own
personal needs and to store these alterations.
The Radiophone has been set at the factory.
In the following you will find an overview of
the default settings, so that you can reset
the unit to these basic settings if necessary.
If you wish to alter the programming:
• First select the operating mode, e.g.
telephone mode, if you would like to
alter the volume for hands-free operation.
Access the DSC menu
• by pressing DSC/OK briefly.
Select:
Use the rocker switch / to select the
menu item you wish to alter and press OK
to confirm your selection.
Alter:
Press << / >> to alter the setting shown in
the display and confirm your change by
pressing OK.
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Cancel:
• Press CL, the altered setting will not
be stored.
Store/confirm:
• Press OK.
End DSC:
• Press CL.
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Programming in the setup menu
Select the setup menu by pressing
.
Radio
Setup Menu
Start
Off
On
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^
^
*
CL
^
^
^^
^^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
ENGLISH
^
^
^^
^^
^
^
^
^
^
^
^
Radio
^
^
Return to setup menu/call menu
(from any menu item):
Press CL
* Alternately:
Telephone
DSC
^
^
^
^
SRC
Telefon
^
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Ringing tone volume
Automatic answer
Operating mode
Press << / >> to adjust the volume of the
ringing tone from between 0 and 9. 0 = off.
The telephone will automatically answer incoming calls if you press << / >> to select
“On” for this menu item.
If this menu item is selected, you will be required to enter the access code after pressing OK.
The call will be set to hands-free operation
automatically.
Then select the operating mode by pressing << / >>:
In this case, do not set the ringing tone volume to “0”.
Standard
–
all operating modes
Radio only
–
no telephone, all other
operating modes
Phone only
–
telephone mode only
If the automatic answer function is switched
on, the volume cannot be set to “0”.
Hands-free volume
Automatic redial
Press << / >> to adjust the volume of the
incoming call from 0 to 63 over the car
speakers.
Handset volume
This menu item will not appear unless a
Blaupunkt handset has been connected to
the system.
Press << / >> to adjust the volume of the
handset to one of three levels (low, medium, high), remove the handset from the cradle first.
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Extended menu
If the busy signal is received, an outgoing
call will be redialled automatically if you
press << / >> to select “On” for this menu
item.
You can stop the automatic redial by pressing the telephone button.
Use this function to remove the following
menu items from the display in the setup
menu by pressing << / >>. These items are
seldom used.
Off – redial is switched off
This makes the setup menu more clear.
On – redial is switched on.
Off – menu items removed from display
The number of times the telephone will attempt to redial depends on the network
used.
On – all of the menu items are available.
DEUTSCH
Here you can enter a maximum of up to
three of your own telephone numbers and
the telephone number for your mailbox.
This function depends on the features the
SIM card includes.
SMS tone
If a message has been received by SMS or
voice mail, the equipment can be set to emit
a beep at a preset beep volume.
Off – beep is emitted after a message
has been received
If AOC is not supported by the card, “Set
charge parameters” will appear as a menu
item in its place.
After you press OK “Number 1” will appear
in the display.
The charge rates are determined by the
network operator.
Press / to select the position for your own
phone number.
You can use this menu item to set the charges and a credit balance. As soon as the credit balance has been exhausted, it will not be
possible to use the telephone until the credit balance is replenished by an authorised
person.
Press OK and enter your own phone number
and press OK again. The display shows
“Number stored”.
Press
/
to select the next position, etc.
Call meter format
On – beep is switched off.
You can select whether the call charges or
the call time is displayed during a call.
If your network operator does not support
AOC, the time interval will be set to one
minute. The value selected will be used for
making calculations. The credit function is
deactivated.
If this menu item is selected, you will be required to enter the “PIN2 code” or the “Access code” after pressing OK.
Telephone
“Off” corresponds to “Ringing tone volume
0”.
The mailbox number is required to be able
to call it directly from the call menu.
Radio
You can select the ringing tone by pressing
<< / >> to choose from “Standard, Smooth,
Rising (ringing tone gets louder with each
ring), Off”.
Telefon
AOC parameters (Advice of Charge)
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My phone number
Radio
Ringing tone
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After this, you can enter a charge per unit
and a credit balance.
•
Enter the charge and type of currency
with the numbers keys.
If a charge or credit balance has already
been entered, the last character will flash in
the display.
•
Confirm your entry by pressing OK.
Note on AOC/charge parameters
Use the numbers keys to alter the amount
and the type of currency.
Switches on/off and alters the PIN code.
Press CL to quit the menu item.
Because the charges per time unit may vary,
the charge meter can be used only as an
approximate point of reference.
Press << / >> to switch between On, Alter,
Off. An arrow will indicate the setting selected last.
The alteration will be transferred to the SIM
card.
Audible call timer
If you wish to alter the setting, press OK.
Enter the PIN code and press OK to confirm your entry.
Note:
If “0.00” appears in the display, the credit
balance function is deactivated.
Set charge parameters
If you cannot use AOC, you can set an internal charge counter. You can enter the
charge per minute.
• Press OK.
•
Enter the access code.
•
Press OK.
•
Select home or roaming network
charge by pressing / and press
OK.
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You can set an audible beep which is emitted after a preset call time has elapsed.
Press << / >> to switch the beep on or off.
You can use the selection buttons to alter
the setting from between 15 and 300 seconds. The cursor will flash at the last digit of
the value entered.
After you have pressed OK, “Audible call
timer” will appear in the display. You can
select the next menu item.
PIN code
On
–
Each time the SIM card is inserted, the PIN code must be
entered.
IMPORTANT!
If the PIN code is entered incorrectly three
times in succession, the SIM card will be
deactivated. It can only be reactivated after
the master PIN (PUK) has been entered.
Your service provider has more detailed information.
Alter
–
Off
–
You must enter the currently
valid PIN code, then enter the
new PIN code (twice)
The set can be operated without a PIN code.
The “Off” menu item cannot be selected
unless the SIM card allows this.
Enter the old code (in this case “0000”) and
press OK.
Enter the new code, press OK. Enter the
new code again and press OK again.
Master clear
If this menu item is selected, you will be required to enter the access code after pressing OK. Enter the access code, press OK.
Using this menu item you can delete the
telephone settings.
You can also delete the SIM card settings.
Please be careful when using this function!
Then select “Card” or “Phone” by pressing
<< / >>.
“Clear phone memory?” or “Clear card?” will
appear in the display.
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Radio
For this to operate, you must first
press << / >> to switch the function
“External alarm” to ON in the DSC
menu.
Telefon
Be sure to make a note of the new code
if you change it.
b) SIM card
Speed-dial directory
Redial memory
Own phone numbers
Mailbox numbers
SMS messages
AOC
Fixed telephone numbers
Preferred networks
Preferred language.
If the ignition is switched off, you can have
an incoming call signalled by the car’s horn
or flashing lights in addition to the ringing in
the car.
Switch off the unit with the ignition and
switch it on again by pressing the ON
button.
If an incoming call is detected, the external
alarm will sound five times in succession.
To protect the vehicle’s battery power, the
unit will switch off automatically after one
hour.
If necessary you can switch on the external
alarm again for one hour by pressing the
ON button.
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This code is set to “0000” at the factory.
Speed-dial directory
Call charges setting
Call counter
External alarm
Radio
Use the access code to gain access to the
important menu items.
The following settings will be deleted:
a) Phone
Press CL if you want to cancel the process.
Do not press OK unless you want to do a
“Master clear”, “cleared” will appear in the
display.
Refer to the installation instructions for connections and accessories.
The process has been completed when
“Master clear” appears in the display.
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Telephone
Alter access code
Important!
It is against the law to activate the audible
external alarm in Germany.
Find out what the regulations are regarding
this in your own country.
Hands-free channel
TA during call
It is possible to have a traffic announcement
(TA) broadcast while you are using the telephone.
Press OK to view the setting already selected.
Hands-free operation is possible on all four
channels.
Off – TA is switched off during a call
On – TA is switched on.
If a traffic announcement is broadcast (TA
on), you can select which channel (left/right)
will remain active for hands-free operation.
Select the setting desired by pressing
<< / >>.
Confirm by pressing OK.
Press OK to view the setting already selected.
Quit the menu
Make any alterations by pressing << / >>,
press OK.
Press CL to return to the previous menu. If
necessary,
• press CL as often as required.
Quit this menu item by pressing CL.
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Overview of the basic factory
settings in the set-up menu
Ring volume
Hands-free volume
Handset volume
Automatic answer
Automatic redial
Operating mode
Extended menu
Ring signal
Message signal
Call meter
Acoustic check
Alter access code
External alarm
Hands-free channel
TA during call
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Medium
Off
Off
Standard
On
Standard
On
Time display
Off
0000
Off
Left
On
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Programming in the Call Menu
pressing DSC/OK briefly.
•
Select the call menu by pressing
Start
^
^
•
Call Menu
Radio
If you would like to alter the programming,
select the telephone mode first:
• Press
and access the DSC menu
by
.
Now you can proceed with your alterations.
^
^
^
^
^
^
Telefon
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^
^
Radio
^
^
To retrieve the messages in your mailbox:
Select “Call mailbox” and press CL
Telephone
Press OK.
^
•
^^
^
Cancel:
Store/confirm:
^
Press << / >> to alter the setting shown in
the display and confirm by pressing OK.
Press CL, the new setting will not be
stored.
^
CL
Alter:
•
^^
^
^
^
Use the rocker switch / to select the
menu item you wish to alter and confirm your
selection by pressing OK.
DSC
^
^
SRC
Select:
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Call mailbox
Received SMS messages
An “N” as the first letter means that the message is new.
If nothing appears in this position, then the
message has been read and stored.
The mailbox (also known as the mobile box)
is comparable to an answering machine.
You can also enter your own message text
here. The texts stored in the mailbox are
sorted into new and old messages and can
be retrieved at any time.
Before you set up your mailbox, contact your
network operator/service provider to obtain
the telephone number and other mailbox
information. You can also call your mailbox
from a regular telephone.
To make the best use of your mailbox, it is a
good idea to activate call forwarding to your
mailbox telephone number in the call menu.
If no number has been stored, you will be
requested to enter one when you activate
the mailbox function.
To retrieve your messages:
• Select “Call mailbox” and press OK.
The unit will call the mailbox automatically.
You will receive all of the necessary information on how to proceed.
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You can receive individual text messages
of up to 160 characters in length which other subscribers send to your telephone
number via SMS.
You can read and file the messages you
receive in the menu “Received SMS messages”.
When a message is received, the telephone
will try to store it on the SIM card. As soon
as the storage capacity on the SIM card has
symbol will flash in
been exhausted, the
the display.
The individual messages are sorted according to date and time. The telephone number
and the name of the caller will appear in the
second line.
Reading messages
•
Press OK,
you can display the message by pressing << / >>.
One or more messages must be deleted
before new messages can be received.
Clearing messages
Selecting the message
To clear a message:
• Press CL.
“Clear message?” will appear in the display.
•
Select “Received SMS messages” and
press OK.
The display will indicate the number of “New”
and “Old” messages.
“Old” means that the message has been
read and stored.
• Press OK.
Press / to select the messages.
Press OK to clear the message, press CL
to abort this function.
“New SMS message”
If you would like to call whoever sent the
message,
while the message is on dis• press
play.
The telephone will automatically call the
corresponding number. If the message contains a telephone number in “quotation
marks”, the call will be made to that number.
If there are several different telephone numbers in quotation marks, the call will be made
to the first one.
•
•
•
Press / to select “Send SMS message” and press OK.
•
Press / to select the desired function and press OK.
“Service no.”:
The message is sent to a service
number provided by the network operator and forwarded from there to the
recipient. Contact your network operator to receive the service number and
enter it here.
•
Enter the recipient’s telephone
number and press OK.
“Store?” will appear in the display.
•
Press / to select “Send?”, “Delete?” or “Store?” and press OK.
Sending “Stored SMS messages”
Service no.:
•
ENGLISH
Press OK after you have entered
the text.
“Call number” will appear in the display.
Telefon
•
Press / to select the desired function and press OK.
“My short messages”
The beginning of the message will appear In the first line of the display, the
telephone number of the recipient in
the second line.
“Received messages”
The display will indicate the date, time
and sender.
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Radio
Using this menu item you can send messages to other subscribers and set the corresponding parameters.
“Valid”:
Here you can determine how long the
network operator should continue trying to send the message. The default
setting is 1 day. Use the numbers keys
to select from 1 to 7.
After making your selection
• press OK.
Press OK, “Enter text” will appear in
the display.
You can now enter a text of up to 160
characters. If necessary, please refer
to the section on “How to enter a
name/text”.
Telephone
Sending SMS messages
Press / to select the desired function and press OK.
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“SMS parameters”
Radio
Calling the sender or another telephone
To select, alter, send message.
“Available networks”
“Search method”
Press / to select a message. After
you press OK, two lines of the message will appear in the display.
–
–
After a short waiting period, the available networks will appear in the display.
Press << / >> to read the text and
make any alterations if required.
• Press OK.
“Store?” will appear in the display.
•
Press / to select “Send?”, “Delete?” or “Store?” and press OK.
Network selection
In areas which are served by more than one
network (e.g. in foreign countries), it is possible to select the network you wish to use.
• Press / to select “Network selection” and press OK.
•
Press / to select from the available
networks and press OK.
The first line indicates the position
number, and network operator code.
The second line displays the name of
the network operator.
*
*
means that the SIM card currently in
use will operate the telephone to make
calls in this network.
Press / to select other networks
and press OK to confirm your selection. “Register now?” will appear in the
display. Abort by pressing CL, confirm
by pressing OK.
It is possible to select an automatic or
manual search (for network selection).
Automatic search:
The home network is always the first
choice. If you are located in an area
which is not served by your home network, the telephone will automatically
register with the next available network. The networks will be selected
according to their priority in the networks list.
Manual search:
The sorted list of network operators
will be displayed in this mode.
Switch to the search mode by pressing
<< / >>, confirm by pressing OK.
An arrow will indicate the current condition.
The antenna symbol indicates which
network the telephone is registered in.
– Connected to home network
– Connected to a different network
If the antenna symbol is flashing, you
do not have access privileges to the
network currently connected. You can
place emergency calls only.
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“Add network to list”:
– known networks
Press / to select the desired
network from the list of network operators, press OK. Give the network most important to you priority
1. Select other networks of interest
to you and determine their sequence.
–
•
Press / to make your selection
and press OK:
new network
You can add a new network operator to your preferred list (you will
require the operator’s network
code).
•
Press / to select the network
operator you wish to delete and
press OK.
“Delete?” will appear in the display.
Press OK to delete the network operator from the list, press CL to cancel the
process.
“Move entry”:
You can move any of the entries in the
priority list (new sequence).
•
“Show list of networks”:
You can display the list of networks by
pressing / .
Quit by pressing OK.
Confirm your selection (“Delete entry”) by pressing OK.
The display will indicate the position in the priority list, the network
code and the name of the operator.
Confirm your selection (“Move entry”) by pressing OK.
Cell Broadcast
Cell Broadcast is a short message service
which operates in numbered “channels”.
The channels transmit different special messages.
Request more detailed information and a list
of the available channels from your network
operator.
If Broadcast “On” has been selected, the
number of the channel on which you expect
to receive information must be entered after you have pressed OK.
The display will indicate the position in
the priority list, the network code and
the name of the operator. If you want
to move an entry to another position,
•
press OK.
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Telephone
•
Radio
You can delete any network operators
you do not require from the list.
Use this menu item to alter the priority
in the list of preferred network operators.
Now enter the number of the new
position by pressing the corresponding selection buttons and
press OK.
Telefon
–
•
ENGLISH
“Delete entry”:
Radio
“Preferred networks”
“Priority?” will appear in the display.
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Call meters
The telephone is equipped with an internal
meter which allows you to display the charges or call time for individual calls and the
number of total calls.
The default setting displays the call time.
• Press / to select “Call meters” and
press OK.
•
“Show meter during call”
– Switch display of call meter during
calls on/off
Note
If the SIM card supports AOC, the menu
items for “Show meter - roam calls” and
“Show meter - home calls” will not appear.
Call forwarding
Press / to make your selection and
press OK:
“Show meter - last call”
– Time or charge for the last call
“Show meter - all calls”
– Total call time or charges
“Show meter - roam calls”
– Time or charges for all calls made in a
roaming network
“Show meter - home calls”
– Time or charges for all calls made in
the home network
“Reset call meters”
– Sets time or charges to zero
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“Forward, if no answer”
– The call will be forwarded if you do not
answer it.
“Forward, if unreachable”
– The call will be forwarded if the Radiophone is switched off or you are not located in an area serviced by GSM.
“Clear all”
– All call forwarding functions will be deactivated.
Call barring
You can forward incoming calls to another
number. For this to operate the call forwarding function must be activated.
If necessary,
• press / to select “Call forwarding”
and press OK.
•
Press / to make your selection and
press OK:
“Forward all calls”
– Every call will be forwarded immediately.
“Forward, if busy”
– The call will not be forwarded unless
the line is busy.
You can block incoming/outgoing calls or
forward them to another number. Select the
type of call forwarding you wish to use in
the menu.
• Press / to select “Call barring” and
press OK.
•
Press / to make your selection
from “Bar outgoing calls”, “Bar incoming calls” and “Change password” and
press OK.
“all calls”
– You cannot make any calls. It is
still possible to make emergency
calls.
“no barring”
– All restrictions on outgoing calls
have been removed.
Bar incoming calls:
•
Press / to make your selection
from the menu items and press OK:
”By roaming"
– If you are in a foreign country, you
cannot receive any calls.
–
You can alter the password required to
operate network barring.
Phone lock
You can prevent your telephone from being
used by unauthorised persons. If necessary,
• Press / to select “Phone lock” and
press OK.
•
Press / to make your selection
from the menu items:
“No restriction”
– All restrictions are removed.
“Dialling not possible”
– Only emergency calls can be made.
•
Confirm your selection by pressing
OK.
•
Enter your access code and press
OK.
•
Press << / >> to switch the function
on/off and press OK.
Fixed dial numbers
This menu item will not appear unless the
SIM card supports it.
You can limit the use of the telephone to
certain numbers (fixed phone numbers). You
can store these on the SIM card.
• Press / to select “Fixed dial numbers” and press OK.
•
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Radio
Change password:
“Internation. except home”
– No calls can be made outside of
the country.
If you are in a foreign country, you
can place calls to your home country.
“Speed/touch dial only”
– All of the telephone numbers stored (in
the phone and on the SIM card) can be
dialled.
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“No barring”
– All restrictions on incoming calls
have been removed.
”International"
– No calls can be made outside of
the country.
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Press / to make your selection
from the menu items and press OK:
“One-touch dial only”
– You can only call the one-touch dialling telephone numbers stored on keys
1 to 9 and the SIM card.
Press / to make your selection
from the menu items:
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Radio
•
“Bar all”
– You cannot receive any calls.
Telephone
Bar outgoing calls:
“Edit list fix dial no.”
– The list of telephone numbers entered
will be displayed.
“New entry fix dial no.”
– You can add a new phone number to
the fixed numbers list.
“Activated”
– Switch this function on/off.
Closed user group
This is a special feature which you can order from your network operator.
Using it, it is possible to limit the use of the
telephone to a certain group of users.
Important!
Do not alter any of these settings unless this
function has been activated by your network
operator. Otherwise, this could cause malfunctioning.
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Overview of the basic factory
settings in the call menu
Send message
Service number
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Call meter
Last call
Display during call
0,00 DM
On
Telephone block
No restrictions
It is possible to make a second call without
ending the first one. You can then switch
from one call to the other.
You can also answer a call from a second
party without ending the call to the first.
Electronic mailbox provided by network operators for spoken messages. The mailbox
can be compared to an answering machine.
MUTE
GSM network - Global System for Mobile
Communication
European cellular telephone standard available world-wide.
Making telephone calls in foreign countries
with your own telephone or your own SIM
card using a different network operator.
Scrollen
Moves you through a directory.
Switches audio off
SIM card - Subscriber Identification
Module
PIN code - Personal Identification Number
In credit-card format.
The SIM card contains all of the data required to identify the subscriber, to allocate
the telephone number and the personal
phone book.
Using your SIM card it is also possible to
make telephone calls with a cellular phone.
Cell Broadcast
Cell Broadcast is a short message service
which operates in numbered “channels”.
The channels transmit different special messages.
Request more detailed information and a list
of the available channels from your network
operator.
Radio
Mailbox
Roaming
Telefon
Broker’s call
AOC parameter - Advice of Charge
Eight-digit unblock code which can reactivate the SIM card. This becomes necessary
if the PIN code for the SIM card has been
entered incorrectly three times.
PIN 1
Protects the SIM card from being used by
unauthorised persons. You must enter the
PIN code each time the card is inserted into
the unit.
PIN 2
Code for special functions.
If you are entitled to use special functions
with your card, you need a PIN 2 code.
Both codes are supplied with the SIM card
and can be altered if desired.
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List of charges in which a charge per unit
and a credit balance can be entered.
International identity for mobile equipment.
The IMEI code entered at the factory includes the serial number, manufacturer and
country code. You can find this code in the
car radio pass.
PUK - Personal unblock code
Radio
Barred functions can be operated after the
access code is entered.
IMEI - International Mobile Equipment
Identity
Telephone
Access code
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Glossary
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Specifications
SMS - Short Message Service
Using this function it is possible to send other
subscribers messages up to 160 characters
in length, even if the recipient’s cellular
phone is not switched on or a call cannot be
put through at the present time.
The text is stored temporarily in the network
until the recipient retrieves his messages or
the time limit set by the sender has expired.
Amplifier
Output power:
Tuner
Wavebands:
FM
MW
LW
FM sensitivity:
Telephone
4 x 23 watts RMS
according to
DIN 45 324 at 14.4 V
4 x 35 watts maximum power
Standard:
GSM
Frequency band:
Send
Receive
890 – 915 MHz
935 – 960 MHz
Transmission power: Class 4 / 2 watts
87.5 – 108 MHz
531 – 1602 kHz
153 – 279 kHz
0.9 µV at 26 dB
S/N ratio
Sensitivity:
-108 dBm
Impedance:
Antenna connection
Hands-free microphone
FM transmission range:
30 - 16,000 Hz
Tape deck
Transmission
range:
30 - 18,000 Hz
Subject to modifications!
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50 ohms
660 ohms
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Blaupunkt
telephone help line
Radio
Address of the next service
centre in your vicinity
(only for Germany)
Using the area code you enter this
service will automatically provide
you with the address and phone
number of the Blaupunkt service
centre nearest to you. You can
also request this information by
fax.
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Radio
Then call the following phone
number (subject to charges):
01 80 / 5 25 56 66.
Telephone
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Telefon
If you would like to know the address of
the next Blaupunkt service centre of
your area but haven’t got our service
list at hand:
- Find out your area code.
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Blaupunkt-Werke GmbH
Bosch Gruppe
07/98 Pf
K7/VKD 8 622 400 962
0188