Amundsen navigation system Owner`s Manual 05.2010.

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Introduction
You have chosen a Škoda vehicle, which is fitted with a dynamic radio navigation system Amundsen (hereafter called the radio navigation system) - we thank you for your confidence in us.
We recommend that you read these operating instructions carefully so that you can quickly become familiar with
your radio navigation system.
Should you have any questions or problems with your radio navigation system, please do not hesitate to contact
your authorised Škoda Service Partner or importer.
National legal provisions, which deviate from the information contained in these operating instructions, take precedence over the information contained in the operating instructions.
We hope you enjoy using your radio navigation system and wish you pleasant motoring.
Your Škoda Auto
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Contents
Contents
General information
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Equipment overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Important information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Range selector key SETUP
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Sound settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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System settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setup radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setup Telephone* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setup traffic programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setup Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Media set-ups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Navigation settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Range selector key RADIO
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Radio mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Traffic programme function TP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Range selector key TMC
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Displaying TMC traffic reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Range selector key MEDIA
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General information for CD operation . . . . . . .
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Main menu MEDIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Audio menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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MP3 and WMA data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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External sources* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Range selector key NAV
(Navigation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Destination entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Destin. memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Range selector key PHONE
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Index
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General information
Equipment overview
1 Control button
A
2
A
D for switching the unit on/off (press) and for setting
the volume (turn) of the currently replayed audio source
Range selector key for selecting the corresponding menu:
− RADIO - changes over into the radio mode and changes the
frequency range when in the radio mode
− MEDIA - changes over to the last played media source or selects a
new media source
4
A
5
A
6
A
7
A
− TMC mode - displays the currently received TMC station
8 Button y to return from a menu to the previously selected menu
A
9 AUX socket to connect an external audio source
A
10 Menu control button
A
− Mark a function or a sub-menu, set a value (turn)
− Select a function or a sub-menu, confirm a value (press)
− PHONE - Mute, if the telephone preinstallation is present in the
vehicle; activates the operation of the telephone.
11 Function buttons - the function of the respective button is displayed on
A
− NAV - switches on the navigation
12 Memory card case: The SD cards (Secure Digital) and the MMC cards
A
− TMC - switches on the stored TMC traffic reports display (TrafficMessage-Channels) = Traffic Message Channel
3
A
− NAV mode - displays the information regarding the vehicle position
and enables additional functions (flagged destination, route list,
exclude a stretch)
− SETUP - enables setting-up the individually selected field
ƒ °and° „ : the backwards/forwards keys operate the “active” audio
source
− RADIO mode - for the selection of the station from the station or
memory list
− MEDIA mode - for the selection of the previous or following track
(press briefly), fast forward/reverse (press for a long period of time)
CD case
Touch-screen (Touch-screen): fields circled in colour on the screen are
presently “active” and are operated by touching the screen
Eject key š - press briefly to move an inserted CD, ready for removal,
into the initial position
º - displays additional information depending on the current operating
mode
− RADIO mode - switches the radio text display on/off
− MEDIA mode - changes between the display of the time and the
name of the title during the MP3/WMA play function
the screen
(Multimedia Cards) have a memory capacity of 4°GB and the SDHC
cards (Secure Digital High Capacity) have a memory capacity of 32°GB
and a dimension of 32 mm x 24 mm x 2.1 mm. The case for the memory
card is located next to the screen.
Explanation of symbols
† items of equipment which are marked in such a way are only installed as standard
on certain models or are supplied as special equipment.
ž End of a section.
b The section is continued on the next page.
Important information
Warranty
The equipment warranty terms and conditions also apply for new vehicles.
After the expiration of the warranty, a piece of equipment in need of repair will be
replaced with a reconditioned, original item with spare part warranty. It is, however, a
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precondition that the housing has not been damaged and no unauthorised attempts
have been made to carry out repairs.
Note
Damage within the meaning of the warranty must not be the result of improper
handling of the system or from unprofessional repair attempts. It is also essential that
there is no external damage.
Information on how to operate the radio navigation system
The requirements of today's road traffic demand the driver’s full concentration at all
times.
Apart from the availability entertainment, the extensive and demanding equipment
details of this radio navigation system also offer a wide range of information, which will
help you to reach your destination quickly and safely.
Only if the traffic situation allows it, should you operate the radio navigation
system with its wide range of possibilites.
The volume settings must be selected in such a way that audible signals from the
outside, e.g. a Martins horn from utility vehicles (police cars, ambulances and fire
brigade), can be heard at all times.
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WARNING
Please concentrate fully at all times on your driving! As the driver you are
fully responsible for road safety. Only use the functions of the radio navigation
system in such a way that you are always in full control of your vehicle in all
traffic situations!
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The following must always have priority over the driving recommendations:
the road traffic legislation, even if the driving recommendations contradict
the StVO,
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the actual acknowledgement of traffic signs, light signals or signs placed by
the police at the relevant location,
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the facts and circumstances prevailing at the relevant location.
Before using the radio navigation system
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Please observe the respective traffic regulations when driving.
Street and location names can be changed. It is therefore possible that the names
stored on the CD might not correspond to the changed names.
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The route calculated by the radio navigation system is a recommendation for
reaching the intended destination. While driving please pay attention to stopping
restrictions, traffic lights, one-way streets, lane changes, bodies of water and ferries,
railways etc.
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Caution
Press the buttons and the keys of the unit gently in order to avoid damaging them.
Gentle pressure on the appropriate key is sufficient to operate the unit. Please note that
the control buttons have predetermined breaking points, in order to reduce the risk of
injury.
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Do not use any pointed or sharp-edged objects to operate the touch-screen. Slight
finger pressure sufficient to operate the equipment. A display on the screen, which
cannot be called up by pressing the button, is therefore not available at that time.
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Please note that a dirty or scratched navigation CD can considerably impair the
speed and the functions of the radio navigation system.
Screen care
Treat the screen with great care, because dents and scratches can occur through finger
pressure or contact with sharp objects.
The screen can be cleaned with a soft cloth and finger marks can be wiped away with
pure alcohol.
Note
Do not use solvent such as turpentine or petrol as they will attack the screen surface.
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Anti-theft protection
The anti-theft coding of your radio navigation system prevents an operation of the
system after a voltage interruption, e.g. during a vehicle repair or after theft. After
disconnecting the battery, disconnecting the radio navigation system from the onboard voltage of the vehicle and after a fuse failure, the code must be entered before
the vehicle can be used again.
Enter code
– If a keypad appears after switching on with the command to enter the code, the
unit can be unlocked by entering the correct four-digit code number. The number
of the possible attempts is shown in the bottom screen line.
– Press a digit from 0 to 9 on the digit block displayed on the screen. The digit is
accepted in the entry line.
– After a four-digit order has been entered, the group of digits will turn grey (inactive)
and no further digits can be accepted in the entry line.
– Press Delete on the screen in order to delete the digits in the entry line from right
to left and thereby correct your input, if necessary.
– If the correct code number is displayed in the entry line, press OK .
Code number
The code number can only be called up “online” via the Škoda system, as this guarantees even more effective anti-theft protection. Please contact your authorized Škoda
Service Partner, if necessary.
Incorrect code number
If an incorrect code is confirmed after entry of the code, the procedure can be repeated
twice. The number of possible attempts is shown in the bottom screen line.
If the code number is entered incorrectly for the third time, the unit will be blocked for
approx. one hour. It is possible to enter again the safety code after one hour has
expired, when the unit and the ignition have been switched on.
If three invalid attempts are then made again, the radio navigation system will be
blocked again for an hour.
The cycle - three attempts, blocked for an hour - will continue to apply.
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Note
The code is normally stored in the instrument cluster. This ensures that it is automatically decoded (convenience coding). Manual input of the code is normally not
necessary.
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Operation when driving
The demands of today's road traffic require full concentration from all road users at all
times.
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WARNING
Always concentrate fully on your driving. Inattention by the driver can lead
to accidents and injuries.
•
Do not allow yourself to be distracted by trying to use the unit, concentrate
instead on the traffic situation.
•
Use the unit only if road, weather and traffic conditions permit and you will
not be distracted.
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The various volume settings must be selected in such a way that audible
signals from the outside, such as e.g. a Martins horn from police cars and fire
brigade, can be heard at all times.
this means that each time you use another vehicle key, the setting of the unit which is
assigned to the key is carried out.
Switching the system on and off
1 .
– The system is switched on or off by pressing the control button A
The last active audio source before switching off is repeated.
If the key is pulled out of the ignition lock while the unit is switched on, the unit will
switch off automatically. You can then switch the unit on again. If the ignition is
switched off, the system switches off automatically after approx. half an hour (vehicle
battery protection against discharging). This process can be repeated as often as
necessary.
General - operation
Note
Depending on the country, some functions of the radio navigation system can no
longer be selected on the screen at certain speeds. This is not a malfunction, but corresponds to the legal requirements of this particular country.
Special functions
Parking aid*
If your vehicle is equipped with “parking aid” and after it is activated, the distance to
the obstacle is shown on the screen.
Climatronic*
If your vehicle is equipped with climatronic, a feedback is received on the screen when
changing the settings.
Personalisation
Your vehicle can be equipped with up to four keys. Individual settings of the unit are
always assigned to the key, which is currently inserted in the ignition lock. In practice,
Fig. 1 Menu radio
The screen of the unit is a so-called touch screen (touch-screen). Fields circled in
colour on the touch-screen are presently “active” and are operated by touching the
screen. Active fields, which call up a function or a menu, are called “function buttons”
D /A
F .
A
The following information is displayed in the main menu:
A the selected radio station (its frequency or designation);
A
B selected waveband;
A
C activation for the reception of traffic reports;
A
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E current menu.
A
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– You can also delete or change the character sequence in the entry line as well as
insert additional characters.
“Pop-up window”
F will open
If you press the function key on the screen, a so-called “pop-up window” A
in which all possible set-up options are displayed.
Further input possibilities:
Briefly press the desired set-up option. The pop-up window will disappear and the
newly selected set-up option is displayed in the function key.
; - opens the input mask for digits and special characters. The function key changes
to A-Z . Press A-Z , to change again to the letter input mask.
“Check box”
˜ - space key for entering spaces.
Some functions can only be switched on or off.
: - changes from upper case to lower case and vice versa.
~ - switches to the Cyrillic script.
There is a so-called “Check box” in front of a function which can only be switched on
or off. A tick in the check box = indicates that the function is switched on, an empty
check box >, indicates that it is switched off.
Briefly press the corresponding function key for switching on or off.
Input mask for free text input
‚ or b - moves the character entry cursor (the cursor) in the entry line to the left or
right.
ÄÜ - opens a pop-up window with special characters.
Delete - deletes characters in the entry line starting from the position of the character
entry cursor from right to left.
Selecting letters based on specific characters
Some letters in the input masks are also marked with a small triangle “a”. This indicates that specific characters based on this letter can be selected.
Continue to press down on the corresponding function key with your finger until a
pop-up window with these specific characters can be displayed. Press to accept the
desired character into the entry line - the pop-up window will close. If no entries are
entered, the pop-up window will close automatically after a few seconds.
Fig. 2 Input mask for free text input
Input mask for selecting the destination address
In some of the menus you can enter a free text, for example, when entering a new
destination or while searching for the name of a point of interest.
– Press OK to accept a character sequence offered by the system or press Delete in
order to delete the characters in the entry line.
– When in the entry window, press on a character shown on the keypad block to
accept it into the entry line.
Fig. 3 Input mask for selecting the
destination address
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When entering the destination address, it is only possible to enter the characters in the
sequence which corresponds to the destinations stored in the navigation system.
Limit destination and select from the list
– You can open a list of the selectable destinations any time by pressing the function
key List/OK while making entries in the entry line. Only destinations selectable
from the navigation memory which correspond to the requirements and the character sequence in the entry line will be displayed.
– The number of selectable destinations will be displayed in the entry line if fewer
than 99 destinations can be selected.
– If fewer than six destinations are selectable, the entry window will close automatically and a list of possible destinations will be displayed.
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Sound settings
•
By pressing the button SETUP and pressing on the function key Sound in the RADIO
10 :
mode, you can select the following parameters using the menu control button A
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•
•
•
volume of navigation announcements and speed dependent volume adaptation;
SD card and the size of the memory assigned to the navigation data is displayed on the
screen;
Volume - Max. switch-on volume , Traffic announcements (TP) , Navigation volume
and SDVA - Volume when switching on, volume of incoming traffic announcements,
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•
•
•
•
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Treble - Treble setting;
Air con. displays * - if your vehicle is equipped with climatronic, the setting change
is displayed when it is activated;
•
Screen - Setting the brightness of the screen;
Factory settings - Factory settings;
SD card status - the information regarding the complete memory capacity of the
Remove SD card - Removing the SD card.
Mid-range - Midtone setting;
Bass - Bass setting;
Balance - Setting of the volume ratio between the left and right side;
Fader - Setting of the volume ratio between the front and the rear;
EQ settings * - Setting the equalizer (linear, language, rock, classical, dance);
Surround * - Setting of the surround tone.
Setup radio
Press the button SETUP in the RADIO mode.
Switching the traffic announcements on or off
GALA function
– If you wish to switch the reception of traffic reports on or off, press the function key
Traffic announcements (TP) .
Your radio increases automatically its volume with the increasing vehicle speed. A
higher setting value results in a stronger volume increase.
Determining the station selection via the arrow buttons Arrow buttons
Note
10 or the function keys
You can set the tone parameters using the menu control button A
+ or - .
– By pressing on Station list or Presets , you can select the source from which the
stations are to be selected while in the RADIO mode using the arrow buttons. If
Presets is selected, only stored stations from the preset list are called up using the
arrow buttons during station relay. The symbol “ƒ C „” is displayed on the
screen.
System settings
Switching the RDS function on or off (RDS regional)
Press the button SETUP and select the function key System .
– Press on the function key RDS regional (regional station) and select a set-up in the
opening pop-up window.
You can select between the following parameters:
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•
Language - Menu language for the displays and the language messages;
Keypad layout - Keypad layout for text entry;
– Press on the button Automatic , doing so always chooses the frequency for the
heard radio station which offers the best reception at the present time.
– When pressing on the button Fixed , the unit attempts to hold a radio station emitting regionally long enough until the reception quality is so bad, that there is a risk
of a program loss.
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Delete stored stations Delete presets
Note
– Press the function key All and confirm the following safety interrogation in order
to delete all radio stations stored in the memory list.
The selection possibilities of the mobile phone set-up depend on the relevant type of
the universal telephone preinstallation.
Setup Telephone*
Setup traffic programme
Call up the Setup Telephone menu by pressing the range selector key PHONE and the
range selector key SETUP .
Press the range selector key TMC and then the range selector key SETUP .
Entering the voice mailbox number
– If you want to enter the voice mailbox number (this number depends on the type
of the mobile phone network) in a mobile phone, press the function key
Enter voice mailbox number . The entry of the voice mailbox number is intended for
listening to the messages left on a mobile phone.
Updating telephone book in the unit
– Press on the function key Load telephone book to update all entries in the unit, the
telephone book of the mobile phone or the SIM card entered since the last connection. This procedure can take a few minutes.
– Confirm the following safety interrogation. The “old” data in the telephone book
can still be selected at the unit while the data is being updated.
Delete call lists
– Press on the function key Delete call lists .
– If you confirm the following safety interrogation by pressing Delete , the stored call
numbers of all calls made and calls accepted in the unit will be deleted.
Deactivating the telephone module
– After pressing the function key Deactivate the telephone module the mobile phone
deregisters from the network (this function is only available for the universal telephone preinstallation GSM III).
Factory settings
– Sets the telephone preinstallation to the basic setting.
Switching the traffic announcements on or off Traffic announcements (TP)
A tick in the check box = indicates that the traffic programme function is already
switched on.
Dynamic route ˜ Dynamic route
Opens a pop-up window where it is considered if the TMC traffic reports, received
during the route calculation, are to be entered.
Setup Display
Press the button SETUP in the RADIO mode and then the function keys System and
Screen .
Brightness
– Press the function key Brightness and select the desired setting for brightness
(5°stages) in a pop-up window.
– A light sensor, which is located in the top right corner of the front panel, is used for
the automatic correction of the brightness depending on the light conditions in the
vehicle.
Day/night
– Press on the function key Day/Night and select a setting in the pop-up window.
– Press the function key Automatic if switching the headlights on and off should also
change the map display from night to day design.
– Press on the function key Day or Night to manually determine the night and day
design of the map display.
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Confirmation tone
– Press on the function key Confirmation tone and select a setting in the pop-up
window.
– Press On or Off to switch the tone for confirmation of a function key operation
on the screen on or off.
POIs on map - displays a point of interest on the map.
Autozoom - changes the map scale automatically depending on the speed and the
driven route (Motorway trip: small map scale - City center: large map scale).
Time display - during a route guidance, either the arrival or the driving time is
shown in the map display.
= means that the function of
the traffic programme is switched on.
Scan/mix/repeat incl. - Check box for setting the play function mode Scan, Mix
and Repeat incl. sub-folder (“switched on”) or without sub-folder (“switched off”).
•
AUX volume - Setting the volume of the external audio source (audio source AUX
is located on the unit).
•
MDI volume * - Setting the volume of the external audio source (the audio source
MDI is located under the armrest of the front seats or in a storage compartment on the
front passenger side).
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•
•
•
Function keys in the menu°-°Media
•
Day/Night - changes between day and night display, as well as automatic, if the
map display changes automatically according to the setting of the light switch.
Traffic sign display - the speed limit for the current section of the route is indicated
at the top left of the screen.
Press the button SETUP in the MEDIA mode.
Traffic announcements (TP) - a tick in the check box
Announcement volume - Setting the volume of the navigation announcements.
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Media set-ups
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•
•
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Activate Bluetooth audio? * - enables a wireless transfer of MP3 data to the tele-
phone preinstallation. Enables the audio play function by means of Bluetooth interface
of portable units (mobile phones) which support the protocol A2DP.
Navigation settings
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•
Enter home address - Enter home address.
Demo mode - you can start a virtual (apparent) route guidance in the demo mode.
Virtual route guidance will be repeated when reaching the fictive travel destination.
Stop virtual route guidance normally and deactivate the demo mode to restart “real”
route guidance. As in this case the unit must first reorient itself it can take some time,
depending on the number of the currently tracked satellites, until the unit has again
found the real location. Drive a short distance.
•
Demo mode starting point - Entering a fictive (invented) starting point in the demo
mode.
•
Delete destination memory - Deleting the destination memory or the list of the last
destinations.
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Navigation data basis - Display of information via the data base on CD or SD card,
delete the data base of the SD card or copy the data.
Route criteria Route criteria
Fast: calculates the fastest route to the destination, even if a detour is necessary.
Function keys in the menu°-°Navigation
Short: calculates the shortest route, even if a longer driving time is necessary. Please
note that the setting “Short route” during route guidance can sometimes lead to unexpected results.
Route options - determine the criteria according to which a route is to be calculated and what types of destinations you wish to assign.
Economical: calculates a route with a driving time as minimal as possible and a driving
distance as short as possible.
Press the button SETUP in the Navigation mode.
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• Route criteria , Dynamic route , Avoid motorways and Avoid toll roads/ferries - route
criteria, dynamic route guidance, route without motorways and route without toll
roads/ferries.
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Range selector key SETUP
Dynamic route guidance with TMC use Dynamic route
If the dynamic navigation is switched off, traffic reports are nevertheless received in the
background and updated. The navigation displays traffic problems on the map and
draws attention to them verbally, however does not consider them for calculating the
route (the route can lead through the traffic problems).
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Radio mode
Changing radio station
Retrieve radio station
– By briefly pressing the function keys ƒ or „ , you can change to the previous or
following radio station of the selected frequency band.
– If the symbol “TP” is displayed on the screen, you can only change over to the radio
stations with traffic announcements.
– If the symbol “ƒ C „” is displayed on the screen, you can only change over to
the stored radio stations.
Select a radio station from the station list
Fig. 4 Menu radio: Function key band
– If you wish that all the presently receivable radio stations are displayed, press on
the function key Band and then on the function key FM/List . The list “skips”
directly to the display of the currently heard radio station.
10 .
– Select the desired radio station using the menu control button A
Change radio station in the memory list
– Press the function key Extras and then the function key Dest. memory and select
the desired radio station using the function keys 1 - 24 .
Manual station finding
Fig. 5 FM station list
Call up main menu RADIO and choose frequency range
– Press the range selector key RADIO . The currently heard radio station is displayed
A .
in the middle of the screen ⇒ page 6, fig. 1 A
– Press the range selector key RADIO to change the frequency range. Alternatively,
you can press on the function key Band ⇒ fig. 4 in the main menu RADIO and
select FM/List or AM in the pop-up window.
– If you wish to set the radio station manually using its frequency, press the function
key Extras and then the function key Manual .
10 or using the arrows ƒ and
– Set the radio station using the menu control button A
„ on the unit.
– Briefly press the menu control button to terminate the manual frequency selection
and to display once again the function keys.
Scan function
– In order to start the automatic play in the current frequency range, press the function key Extras and then the function key Scan . All radio stations with strong
reception are automatically played for approximately five seconds according to the
sequence in the station list.
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– Press on the function key Scan to end the automatic play of the currently heard
radio station.
Save radio station
Calling up a station via the station keys
– Press the button RADIO ⇒ fig. 6 and then the function key Extras and the function
key Dest. memory .
– You can select the station stored on one of the station keys 1 to 24 in the main
menu RADIO by briefly pressing the desired station key.
Save radio station
– Press the function key Extras and then the function key Dest. memory in order to
open the preset list.
– If you wish to store the displayed radio station in a memory space, press one of the
displayed station keys 1 ... to 24 ... and hold it pressed for so long until a signal
sounds. The currently heard radio station is then stored on this station key.
Deleting a radio station from the memory list
– Press the button SETUP in the RADIO mode and then the function key
Delete presets .
– Select the radio station you wish to delete and confirm by pressing the menu
10 .
control button A
– If you wish to delete all the stored radio stations, press on the function key All .
Note
It is alternatively possible to store radio stations by pressing the menu control button
10 .
A
Calling up a radio station
Calling up available stations from the memory list
– Press the button RADIO and then the button Band and the function key FM/List .
10 .
– Select the desired radio station using the menu control button A
RDS function
– If you wish to switch the display of additional information to a radio station on or
off, press the button º , the function is displayed in the top right corner of the
screen by the letter “i”.
RDS (“Radio Data System”) serves to transmit program identification and additional
services therefore also enabling automatic tracking of stations.
In the event of sufficiently satisfactory reception, the suitable RDS radio stations will
display the station name instead of the station frequency.
If a radio station sends additional information via the RDS function while a station is
being stored, it can occur that the name of the radio station is later displayed incorrectly in the preset list. In this case, the stored station name can be restored by selecting
the desired radio station, wait until the correct station name is displayed as radio text
10 and a pop-up window Station name stored is
then press the menu control button A
displayed on the screen.
Traffic programme function TP
Switching traffic programme TP (TMC Program) on or off
– Press the function key Extras in the RADIO mode.
Fig. 6 Preset list
– Briefly press on TP in the opening pop-up window to switch the traffic programme
function on or off.
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The display “TP” in combination with a station name (e.g. in the station or preset list),
indicates a traffic programme station.
Irrespective of which radio station is heard, an additional receiver part in the unit
ensures that a traffic programme station can always be received as long as the traffic
programme function is switched on.
The functionality of the traffic programme function “TP” is displayed at the top right on
the touch-screen.
If no traffic programme station can be received because, for example, radio reception
is interrupted in general, “No TP” will be displayed instead of “TP”. Remember that car
parks, tunnels, high buildings or mountains can interrupt the radio signal up to the
total loss of reception.
Incoming traffic announcement
If you wish to interrupt the transmission of the traffic announcement, press on the
function key Cancel in the pop-up window Traffic announcement. The traffic information function remains available and a following traffic announcement is replayed if a
random source is switched on. Pressing the function key TP off will switch off the
traffic information function permanently.
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Range selector key TMC
Displaying TMC traffic reports
TMC traffic reports are used during route guidance, depending on the set-up for the
automatic optimization of the route, to report possible traffic problems.
– Press on the range selector key TMC to display the current traffic reports in a list.
– Press on the display of a traffic report to show it in a detailed display.
– You can browse through all the traffic information received in the detailed display,
in sequence by using the function keys.
Traffic problems are illustrated in the detailed display and in the map by a corresponding symbol. The direction, in which the traffic problem is found in the map, is
displayed in colour. A traffic problem which is located on the route (in direction of
travel) is marked in red, a traffic problem in the opposite direction is marked in grey.
•
Note
The unit has a continuous background of TMC traffic reports providing a TMC
station at the current location can be received. The station you are listening to does not
have to be a TMC station.
•
TMC traffic reports can only be evaluated and stored by the unit if the nagivation
data (SD card or CD) is available for the driven area.
•
The quality of the dynamic route guidance depends on the transmitted traffic
announcements. The radio stations broadcasting this information are responsible for
the content.
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TMC traffic reports are necessary for the dynamic navigation.
There may not be any advantage in avoiding the traffic jam if, as a result of the TMC
traffic reports, the diversion is also heavily congested.
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General information for CD operation
Audio-CDs (CD-A) and MP3-CDs can be played in the internal drive.
•
•
Please comply with the national legal copyright requirements in your country.
The CD player contains no parts that have to be serviced or repaired. If the CD
player is defective, contact a specialist garage.
CD not legible
If you insert a CD which cannot be read by the unit, a pop-up window is displayed with
a note. Press on the function key OK , the CD is driven to the initial position.
Main menu MEDIA
If the CD is not taken out within 10 seconds, it is drawn in again for safety reasons.
Main menu MEDIA - Overview
WARNING
The CD player is a 1st class laser product. There is a definite risk of injury from
invisible laser beams if it is opened.
•
Caution
Inserting a second CD while a CD is being ejected can destroy the CD drive in the
unit. Please note that the CD ejection lasts a few seconds after pressing the Eject
button š . During this time the lock in front of the CD case is open. It is essential that
you wait until the CD has been fully ejected before you try to insert a new CD.
Fig. 7 Main menu MEDIA: CD mode
• If the CD drive becomes mechanically defective or a CD has been inserted incorrectly or not fully, “Error:°CD” will be displayed on the screen. Please check the CD and
place it again correctly and fully into the drive. If “Error:°CD” is indicated again, please
contact your Škoda Service Partner.
•
If the inside temperature of the unit is too high, no CDs will be accepted. The unit
switches into the last active operating mode.
•
Note
Fig. 8 Selectable sources in the menu
MEDIA
If the function key CD is inactive, no new Audio CD has been inserted or an
inserted Audio CD is not readable.
Calling up the main menu MEDIA and changing the media source
It is possible that CDs protected by copyright and self-made CD-R and CD-RW are
not returned at all or only in certain circumstances.
– Press the range selector key MEDIA to switch to the main menu MEDIA. The last
used audio source will continue to play.
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Buttons on the unit for controlling the current audio sources
The arrow buttons on unit ƒ or „ will always affect the currently heard audio source,
irrespective of the current menu used.
ƒ - briefly press to go to the beginning of the current track, press repeatedly to return
to the beginning of the previous track.
„ - brief pressing changes over to the beginning of the next track.
When in the menu of the currently played audio source it is also possible to change
titles using the setting up button.
If a CD is not taken out in the initial position, it will be reinserted after approximately
10 seconds for safety reasons.
Inserting or removing a memory card
Inserting a memory card
– Push the memory card into the memory card case with the trimmed edge to the
front top, until it is locked in position. The play function will start automatically.
º - by briefly pressing, you can select the display for the additional information of the
audio sources.
Taking out a memory card
Selectable audio sources in the AUDIO menu
10 .
– You can select the function key Remove SD card using the menu control button A
I CD - changes over to an inserted CD.
– Press the button SETUP and then the function key System .
II CD 1-6* - changes over to a connected external CD changer.
– Press against the spring resistance of the inserted memory card, the memory card
“skips” back into the Eject position.
K SD card - changes over to an inserted memory card.
– After removing the SD card, confirm with OK on the screen.
AUX , MDI or Bluetooth audio * - changes over to a connected external audio source.
Operating an externally connected audio source is possible, with certain restrictions,
via the radio navigation unit and depends primarily on the type of the connected unit.
Memory card empty or data not readable
Additional function keys in the AUDIO menu
Requirements of the memory card
Extras - opens a pop-up window where the random play function Mix, the automatic
play Scan or the replay of the track or the folder can be started.
Select - opens the list of the tracks for the current audio source in order to select
another track.
Inserting or ejecting a CD
Inserting the CD
– Push a CD with the written side facing up as far as possible into the CD case until it
is automatically drawn in. The play function will start automatically.
Taking out the CD
– Press the button š to move the CD in the internal CD drive into the eject position.
If a memory card is inserted, on which no audio data has been stored, it will not be
switched over into the memory card mode after the loading procedure.
•
Memory cards measuring 32 mm x 24 mm x 2.1 mm or 1.4 mm can be inserted into
the memory card case.
•
SD (Secure Digital Memory Cards) and MMC (Multimedia Cards) memory cards
with a capacity up to 4 GB.
•
SDHC (Secure Digital High-Capacity Memory Cards) memory cards with a capacity
up to 32 GB.
•
Due to the differing demands on quality of the card manufacturer, it is possible that
some of the data on the memory cards cannot be played or their play is restricted.
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Audio menu
MP3 Data: Select track
Select title or audio source
– Press on the function key Select , in order to display the title list with the currently
played title and, if necessary, to display the sub-folder contained in this folder.
Change audio source
– Press the range selector key MEDIA to switch to the main menu MEDIA.
– Press one of the top function keys to select the corresponding audio source. The
play function of the selected audio source will continue from the last played point.
Opening the selection menu of the available audio sources
– When in the Audio menu, press the function key Select to display the title list of the
currently played audio source. The currently played track is shown as highlighted.
– If one of the buttons of the audio source data is pressed, the contents of the folder
or the data carrier is displayed.
– Press on the display of a data folder to open it.
– Press on the function key Up to open the appropriate higher priority folder.
– By pressing Up repetitively, you can reach the root folder of the played medium
while moving from folder to folder. Then the function key Up is inactive.
Repeat track
– Press the function key Extras in the Media menu and then the function key
Repeat track (repeats the current track) or Repeat folder (constantly repeats all the
tracks in the folder).
Random play function MIX
Changing track or selecting track manually
– Press on the function key Extras in MEDIA.
Press the range selector key MEDIA to switch to the main menu MEDIA.
– Press on the function key Mix all in the pop-up window. All titles of the current
audio source will now be played in random order.
Select track
– Briefly press the arrow key on the unit ƒ or „ while in the MEDIA menu.
Fast forward/reverse
– Hold the arrow key on the unit ƒ or „ pressed.
– If you have reached the desired title sequence, release the button.
Audio CD
– Press on the function key Select , in order to display the title list of the currently
played audio CD.
10 .
– Select the desired track from the title list using the menu control button A
– If you press the function key Mix folder in the pop-up window, the tracks of the
current folder are played in random order.
– Use the function key b Mix to terminate the function of the current title. The
normal play function continues with the current title.
Automatic play (Scan function)
– Press on the function key Extras in MEDIA.
– Press on Scan in the pop-up window. All the titles of the current audio source are
played for approximately 10 seconds.
– Press b Scan to terminate the play function of the current title. The normal play
function continues with the current title.
Alternatively, start and end the automatic play by briefly pressing the menu control
10 .
button A
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MP3 and WMA data
External sources*
General information for MP3 operation
External sources - Overview
Requirements for the MP3 data and data carrier
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CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW with a capacity of 650 MB and 700 MB.
The CDs must correspond to the ISO 9660 Level 1 or Level 2 standard as well as the
Joliet data system (single and multi-session).
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Data names must be no longer than 256 characters.
The list structure is restricted to a depth of 8 list levels.
A MP3 CD must not have more than 50°folders and 500°data.
Fig. 9 Socket MDI
A memory card must not have more than 5°000°folders and 15°000°data. Thus,
one folder must not have more than 6°000 data.
•
The name of the artist, the album and the title of the reproduced MP3 data can be
shown as ID3 tag, providing this information is available. The list and data name will be
displayed if there is no ID3 tag.
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Playlists are not supported.
WMA data (Windows Media Audio) can also be played even if the copyright is
additionally protected by the DRM procedure (Digital Rights Management). Such
WMA data is not supported by the unit.
BAT-15H1138
Bit rate (data flow per time unit)
•
The system supports MP3 data with bit rates of 32 to 320 KB/s as well as MP3 data
with variable bit rates.
•
The indicated playing time data with variable bit rates is not reliable.
Note
For the correct display of the specific characters in Czech in ID3 day (name of the artist,
the album and the track), the text must correspond to the standard ID3°V2 and the UTF
coding.
Fig. 10 Menu of the audio source via the
multimedia socket MDI
Input AUX
– Activate the AUX socket in the menu Setup Media by pressing the function key
AUX .
– The input for an external audio source is located on the unit.
– External audio sources, which are connected to the AUX socket, cannot be operated via the radio.
Input MDI - Multimedia socket
– The input MDI is located under the armrest of the front seats or in the storage
compartment on the front passenger side.
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– Audio data in MP3, WMA, OGG Vorbis and AAC format from the external data
stickers, connected to the multimedia socket, can be played via the radio.
– External audio sources, which are connected to the MDI socket, can be operated
via the radio.
You can select another audio source on the radio at any time. As long as the external
audio source is not switched off, it remains always active in the background.
Please refer to the Owner's manual of the respective manufacturer for the operation of
the external audio source.
Use the standard jack plug 3.5 mm for the AUX socket. If the external audio source does
not have this jack plug, you must use an adapter.
iPod
If an iPod is connected to the MDI socket, a menu is opened in which you can select
the folders of the iPods (playlists, artists, albums, songs etc.).
Adjust the play function volume of the external audio source
The play function volume of the external audio source can be changed via the volume
control on the radio.
Depending on the connected audio source, the output volume on the external audio
source can be changed.
You can also change the input sensitivity of the external audio source, in order for the
play function volume of the external audio source to adapt to other audio sources or
to avoid distortions of the play function volume.
Adapter
•
In order to replay from a unit with a hard disk (HDD) which includes a large data
volume, it can lead to a time delay when reading in the overview of the music data.
•
In order to replay from a unit, which includes a complicated folder structure, it can
lead to a time delay when reading in the overview of the music data.
•
The folder structure in the connected unit must not exceed a depth of 8 levels. One
folder must not contain more than 1°000° data.
•
A USB extension cable or USB distributor (HUB) must not be used to connect the
unit.
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Conditions for proper connection
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Only USB devices with the specification 2.0 can be connected.
The version of the file allocation table FAT (File Allocation Table) of the connected
device must be FAT16 (< 2 GB) or FAT32 (> 2 GB).
WARNING
On no account place an external audio source on the dash panel. You could
make sudden manoeuvres in the passenger compartment and injure the occupants.
•
On no account place an external audio source close to the airbags. You could
be thrown back in the passenger compartment by the airbags being deployed
and injure the occupants.
•
You must not hold the external audio source in the hand or on the knees
while driving. You could make sudden manoeuvres in the passenger compartment and injure the occupants.
•
Always guide the connection cable of the external audio source in such a
way that is does not restrict you when driving.
Caution
The AUX socket must only be used for audio sources!
A special adapter is required to connect audio sources via the input MDI.
You can purchase an adapter for connecting the USB devices, the devices with Mini
USB output or an iPod, from the range of the Škoda original accessories.
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Note
If an AUX socket is also located in the storage compartment under the armrest in
your vehicle, this socket is without function when combined with the navigation
system Amundsen, please use the AUX socket directly on the unit.
•
If an external audio source is connected via AUX, which is equipped with an
adapter for external power supply, it can occur that the audio signal is interrupted. This
depends on the quality of the adapter which is used.
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The loudspeakers in the vehicle are matched to a power output of the radio and the
navigation of 4x20 W.
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For the equipment sound system*, the loudspeakers are matched to a power
output of the amplifier of 4x40°W + 6x20 W.
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Overview
Safety information regarding the use of the navigation system
The route is recalculated each time if you ignore driving recommendations or change
the route. This process takes only a few seconds. Driving recommendations can only
then be re-transmitted.
Incomplete navigation data
The navigation system cannot receive any data from GPS satellites if you drive for
longer periods under thick forest canopy or when your vehicle is in a garage, underpass or tunnel. In this case, the navigation system orientates itself solely with the help
of the vehicle sensors.
In regions not at all or only partially digitalised and stored as such on the navigation
CD, the navigation system will try to provide guidance to the destination. Please note
that under these circumstances the guidance to the destination may not be completely
correct if, for example, one-way streets and road categories (motorway, country road
etc.) are not at all or only partially included in the navigation data used.
WARNING
• Always concentrate fully on your driving. Inattention by the driver can lead
to accidents and injuries.
•
Do not allow yourself to be distracted or loose your concentration, pay
attention to the traffic situation and do not carry out settings or use the radio
navigation system.
• Only use the radio navigation system if road, weather and traffic situations
permit this and you are not distracted.
• The various volume settings must be selected in such a way that audible
signals from the outside, such as e.g. a Martins horn from police cars and fire
brigade, can be heard at all times.
•
WARNING
Please observe the legal requirements for road traffic when following the
driving recommendations provided by your radio navigation system.
•
The driving recommendations provided may vary from current situations,
e.g. due to road works or out of date navigation data. In such a case, always
observe the traffic regulations and ignore the driving recommendations.
•
Traffic signs and traffic regulations always have priority over the driving
recommendations provided by the navigation system.
•
Route guidance is subject to constant changes despite the information
about one-way streets, pedestrian zones etc. stored on the navigation CD.
Information on traffic lights, stop and right of way signs, parking and stopping
restrictions as well as lane constrictions and speed restrictions is not included
in the radio navigation system.
• Adjust your speed to suit weather, road and traffic conditions. Do not allow,
for example, the radio navigation system to make you drive faster in fog - risk
of accident!
General
You can continue to listen to the radio or play CDs during the route guidance
When entering an address (city, street), only those letters or symbols which make up a
logical entry will be presented. A list of possible names will be shown. Do not forget to
enter the blank space in names made up of more than one word, such as High
Wycombe.
The route will be recalculated if you leave or disregard the route that was originally
calculated. This process takes only a few seconds.
The last voice response can be repeated by pressing the button or the menu control
10 . The volume of a navigation recommendation can be changed whilst it is
button A
being made.
The GPS satellites will not be able to reach the aerial once you are in a tunnel or underground garage. The unit will orientate itself via the wheel sensors.
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Note
All dtns. (country-, village-, road-, point of interest names) must be entered including
all country specific (or language-specific for points of interest) special characters.
Navigation data, navigation CD and memory card
Inserting the navigation CD
– Push a navigation CD with the written side facing up as far as possible into the CD
case until it is automatically drawn in.
– If you wish to take out the navigation CD, press the button š .
Update navigation data
– If the data of the navigation CD is not identical to the data on the SD card, a corresponding message will be displayed.
– Press on the function key Install to overwrite the data stored on the SD card with
the data from the navigation CD.
Store the navigation data from the navigation CD onto the memory
card
– Push a navigation CD with the written side facing up as far as possible into the CD
case until it is automatically drawn in.
12 .
– Push the memory card into the card case A
If a SD card is inserted with the cards of other countries than the card contained on the
CD, a question is displayed asking if the data on the CD should be added onto the SD
card or if only the data of the CD should be used.
You can copy data from several navigation CDs onto a SD card. The navigation data on
the SD card are automatically linked by the navigation system. For this reason, we
recommend to use a SD card with sufficient memory capacity. A memory capacity of
approx. 4°GB is necessary in order to copy the navigation data of Western Europe.
Using the data of a navigation CD for a short period of time
If you only drive for short periods through an area which is not stored on the SD card,
insert the navigation CD for the driven area.
Up to date navigation data and new navigation CD
Road guidance is subject to constant changes (e.g. new streets, changes of street
names and house numbers). A navigation CD is a huge data store, which unfortunately
will not be up to date after a certain time. This can lead to complaints during route
guidance.
It is for this reason that you must regularly update the navigation data on your unit with
a current navigation CD.
Remaining function buttons
The following function buttons are only active if a navigation CD is inserted in the unit
and the memory card contains navigation data.
• Show CD data information - displays information regarding the navigation CD (area
and version number of the navigation CD);
– Press the range selector key NAV and while in the main menu Navigation, press
the range selector key SETUP .
•
10 and
– Select the function key Navigation data basis using the menu control button A
then press the function keys Install data and Start .
•
Show SD data information - displays information regarding the stored navigation
data and their volume;
Delete SD navigation data - opens the menu with which you can delete the navigation data on the memory card;
The navigation data can be stored either on the CD or on the SD card.
•
If a SD card with navigation data of the same country as on the CD is inserted in the
unit (however the data on the CD correspond to a newer version), a question is
displayed after inserting the CD asking if the data should be overwritten with the new
version or if only the data of the CD should be used for navigating.
•
Install data - activates the storage of the navigation data from the navigation CD
onto the memory card.
Note
Copying a CD can last up to one hour, during the copying the navigation functions
(route guidance, map display) cannot be used, the mode TMC (traffic report) as well as
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the MP3 play function of the SD card are not available. In the menus Radio and Media,
the symbol of the SD card is displayed on the top left during the copying K.
•
Do not remove the SD card from the unit during the copying of the data from the
navigation CD onto the SD card.
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$$ Last destinations - serves for opening the last destinations.
Petrol station - serves for opening the list of close-by petrol stations.
0 Car park - serves for opening the list of close-by car parks.
' Point of interest - opens a search mask to search for a point of interest. To search
for an area, you can enter the current position Here or a random town Town .
Main menu Navigation
Home addr. - for starting the route guidance to the destination which is stored as
home address.
Destination entry
Select destination address
Press on the function key $ Address while in the main menu Navigation.
Fig. 11 Main menu Navigation
Select destination address
– Open the input masks (country, village, street, house number) for selecting the
destination address. A destination address must always be selected in the
displayed sequence, first of all the country, then the city and so on.
– If the information is sufficent for route guidance, the function key Finish will be
active.
Fig. 12 Map display
– Press the range selector key NAV . The last opened menu in the navigation will be
displayed.
– If the main menu Navigation is not displayed, press once again on the range
selector key NAV .
Function keys in the main menu Navigation
$ Address - serves as address entry via an input mask for selecting a destination
address.
* Destin. memory - serves for opening the stored destinations.
Selecting a stored destination
Starting a route guidance to a stored “Home address”
– Press on the function key Home addr. while in the main menu Navigation. If a
home address has been stored, the unit will change to the map display and the
route guidance will start automatically.
Start route guidance to one of the stored destinations
– Press the function key * Destin. memory or $$ Last destinations while in the
main menu Navigation. A list of the manually stored destinations or the list of the
last destinations is displayed.
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Select petrol station or car parks
– From the moment when all the points of interest are found, which correspond to
the entered text, they are displayed in the list.
– Press the function key Petrol station or 0 Car park while in the main menu
Navigation, a list of the surrounding petrol stations or car parks is displayed.
– The search extends up to a distance of approx. 75 km from the entered position.
You can interrupt the search of the displayed distance by pressing the function key
Exit .
– Press one of the displayed destinations. The unit will change to the map display
and the route guidance to this travel destination will start automatically.
– In order to display the detailed information about the destination, press the function key Details .
– Start a route guidance by pressing the function key Start .
Selecting a point of interest as a travel destination
Determine search area
– Press the function key ' Point of interest while in the main menu Navigation.
– In order to determine the search area where you intend to search for a point of
interest, either choose the current position Here or a town centre Town .
Select a point of interest category
–
A search mask opens for selecting the point of interest by means of entering a
“keyword” or a word which is part of the name for the point of interest. The point
of interest is searched for within a surrounding area of 75 km.
– You can enter as a “keyword” e.g hotel, stadium, food or a part of a name for a point
of interest e.g rooster, lake.
– Pay attention to the correct entry of the “keyword” (including special characters).
Starting the search
– If you have completed your entries in the search mask, press on the function key
Find . A pop-up window will open and the search for the points of interest, which
correspond to the entry, will start.
– The surrounding area where the points of interest are searched for is displayed and
continues to increase.
– If you press on the function key Cancel , the search will be terminated without a
display of the results.
– When the search has ended, the function key Exit changes to the function key
Details .
Select a point of interest from the search results
– Selecting the menu point from the list of the points of interest found, starts the
route guidance.
– If several points of interest were found, they will first of all be displayed in a list. At
the top of the list you can find the points of interest closest to the entered search
area (distance and direction information refer to linear distance).
– If you press the function key Details , the details for the point of interest are
displayed. A route guidance is started after pressing the function key Start .
– In the list of the points of interest or in the display of the details for a destination,
you can store the point of interest in a destination memory by pressing the function
key Store .
Destin. memory
Store last destinations
– Press on the function key $$ Last destinations while in the main menu Navigation.
– Press one of the displayed destinations. The unit will change to the map display
and the route guidance to this travel destination will start automatically.
– If you press the function key Details , the detailed information for the destination is
displayed.
– If you wish to store a destination, press on the function key Store .
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Store destinations in the destination memory
– If you press the function key Store , an input mask for entering the destination
name opens.
– After entering the destination name, press the function key OK .
– If you wish to change the destination name, press the function key Delete and
select your own destination name.
Fig. 14 Flagged destination
Edit stored destinations
– Press the function key * Destin. memory while in the main menu Navigation. A
list of the manually stored destinations in the destinations memory is displayed.
Display additional window
– The additional window opens by pressing the button º .
– Press one of the displayed destinations. The unit will change to the map display
and the route guidance to this travel destination will start automatically.
– If the route guidance is not active, the additional window opens with details for the
current position.
– If you press the function key Details , the detailed information for the destination is
displayed. You can modify the entry here.
– If the route guidance is active, the additional window for the travel destination
opens.
– If you wish to change the displayed destination name, select the menu point
Name: .
Store flagged destination
– A route guidance to the displayed destination is started with the function key Start .
– If you press the function key Delete , the destination is deleted.
Store additional window and “Flagged destination”
– If you press the function key Flag dtns. in the additional window, the current position is stored as “Flagged destination”.
– Only one destination can be stored in the destination memory under “Flagged
destination”. If the “Flagged destination” is not renamed, it is overwritten by
renewed pressing of the function key Flagged destination . If you wish to keep a
stored “Flagged destination”, you must rename it.
Rename flagged destination
– Press the function key * Destin. memory while in the main menu Navigation.
– Select “Flagged destination” in the list.
– Press the function key Details and then the function key Name: . An input mask
opens in which you can edit the name of the “Flagged destination”.
Fig. 13 Additional window: Display of
the details for the current position
Additional window for the current position
10 to display further information.
You can use the menu control button A
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•
•
•
•
Range selector key NAV (Navigation)
Position;
Route guidance
latitude and longitude;
height (if at least 4 satellites are available);
GPS status (GPS_FIX - the position can be determined, GPS_FIX_3D - the height
can be determined);
•
The number of available and tracked satellites (the number of available satellites
determines the GPS status).
Delete destinations in the destination memory or in the list of the
last destinations
– Press the button SETUP while in a random menu of the Navigation.
– You can select the function key Delete destination memory using the menu control
10 .
button A
– In the pop-up window, you can delete all manually and automatically stored destinations or only the last destinations using the function keys All dtns. or
Last destinations .
Store or edit your home address
Save the current position as a home address
– Press on the function key Home addr. while in the main menu Navigation.
– If your home address has not yet been stored, confirm the following question with
the function key Yes .
– Press on the function key Position and your current position is stored as home
address.
Edit saved home address
– If your home address has already been stored, the automatic route guidance starts
after pressing the function key Home addr. .
– If you wish to change your home address, press the button SETUP and then the
menu point Enter home address while in the menu Navigation.
Entering a stopover destination
If, in addition to the displayed travel destination, a stopover destination is added,
proceed as follows. The stopover destination can only be entered when starting the
route guidance.
– Select the destination and start the route guidance.
– Press on the range selector key NAV to change into the main menu Navigation.
– Select a destination and start the route guidance.
– If you wish to store the newly entered destination as a stopover destination, press
the function key Stopover .
– If you wish to end the route guidance which has started, press the function key
New dtn. .
Only one destination and one stopover destination can be entered during the route
guidance.
A corresponding navigation announcement sounds when reaching the stopover destination. The route guidance is renewed after a few seconds. Then you can re-enter a
new stopover destination.
If you enter a new stopover destination before reaching the original destination, you
must decide if you wish to overwrite the “old” stopover destination with the “new”
stopover destination.
Route options
The menu Route options is used to determine the criteria according to which a route
is to be calculated and what types of destinations you wish to allow for the route calculation. The route options can also be changed during a route guidance.
– Press the button SETUP and then the function key Route options while in the main
menu Navigation.
– Press on the function key Route criteria .
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– You can determine which types of destinations should be provided or not by using
the function keys ˜°Dynamic°route , ˜°Avoid motorways and
˜°Avoid toll roads/ferries . These types of destinations will, however, be used for the
route calculation if there is no other logical route to the destination (e.g an island is
to be used without using a ferry).
Determining the parameters for the route calculation
•
•
Fast: calculates the fastest route to the destination, even if a detour is necessary.
Short: calculates the shortest route, even if a longer driving time is necessary.
Please note that the setting “Short route” during route guidance can sometimes lead
to unexpected results.
• Economical: calculates a route with a driving time as minimal as possible and a
driving distance as short as possible.
Select the destination and start the route guidance. The unit will switch over to the map
display.
– You can change the scale of the map display by turning the menu control button
10 .
A
– The last navigation announcement is repeated if you press the menu control
10 .
button A
– If you press the range selector key NAV , you can select between the menu Extras
or Exit .
– If you press the range selector key NAV , you can change between the operating
modes of the map by pressing the symbol z.
If you press the function key Extras in the operating mode NAV , you can select
between the map displays.
•
•
•
Route guidance
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2D north ,
2D heading and 3D heading (different viewing angles of the map),
Overview map - during the active route guidance, the calculated route from the
current vehicle position to the entered destination is displayed,
•
Main menu .
The route to be driven is highlighted during the route guidance, the symbol 9 shows
the current vehicle position, the symbol shows the distance to the destination and
the symbol shows the estimated time of arrival or the driving time.
Fig. 15 Map display with function keys
Stretches of the road ahead can also be blocked manually during a route guidance
⇒ page 30.
Stop route guidance
Select the destination and start the route guidance. The unit will switch over to the map
display.
– The route guidance is interrupted and the function key changes to “Start” by
pressing the range selector key NAV and then the function key Exit .
Fig. 16 Map display during the route
guidance
– If you press on the function key Start the route guidance will continue at the
current position.
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Range selector key NAV (Navigation)
Inserting route list
The unit has a continuous background of TMC traffic reports providing a TMC station
at the current location can be received.
The route list for the trip can only be displayed during a route guidance.
The quality of the transmitted traffic reports depends on the broadcast editing carried
out by the radio station. The reception of the TMC traffic reports cannot be switched
on or off.
Split-screen in the map display
– An additional window opens if you press the button º during route guidance.
– Select the function key Route list in the additional window. The route list is
displayed. The list of the points (street names, street descriptions and stretches of
the road) still to be driven, is displayed in the Route list.
– In addition, the distance still to be driven on the driven road and the estimated time
to the following turning point are displayed.
The station you are listening to does not have to be a TMC station.
TMC traffic reports can only be evaluated and displayed by the unit if the navigation
data for the currently driven area is stored in the unit memory or can be called up via
an inserted navigation CD.
The current TMC traffic reports can be displayed by pressing the range selector key
TMC .
Manually excluding a stretch of the road
– You can select the beginning of the stretch of the road to be excluded by using the
1 .
control button A
•
– Press on the function key Exclude , this changes to the function key Exclude to .
•
– Select the end of the stretch of the road to be excluded and select the function key
Exclude to .
– The route is newly calculated.
– If you wish to cancel the exclusion of the stretch of the road, press the function key
Cancel .
Dynamic route guidance with TMC use
Switching the dynamic navigation on or off
– Press the button SETUP and then select the function key Route options while in the
main menu Navigation.
– In the menu Route options, activate the check box ˜°Dynamic°route and select the
desired set-up by pressing your choice in the pop-up window.
Requirements for a dynamic route guidance
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) is a digital radio data service for continuous transmission of traffic information.
Note
There may not be any advantage in avoiding the traffic jam if, as a result of the TMC
traffic reports, the diversion is also heavily congested.
You can manually block the information for the route in front of you if traffic problems ahead have not yet been included in the TMC traffic reports ⇒ page 30.
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Range selector key PHONE
Overview
Main menu PHONE
Individual functions in the menu TELEPHONE may depend on the
equipment and the properties of the connected mobile phone.
Connect your mobile phone with the mobile phone program according to the instruction manual applicable to your vehicle.
– Press the range selector key PHONE to call up the main menu PHONE.
After the connection process it will take a few minutes until the telephone book data
of the mobile phone connected to the radio navigation unit is available.
Function keys in the main menu PHONE
- Take calls, dial entered number. After pressing the call list, the selected phone
numbers are displayed in the main menu PHONE.
^ - End conversation or reject call.
SOS * - establishes a connection to a an emergency number after further confirma-
tion.
_ voice mailbox - select the voice mailbox number.
[:::] select number - opens the number block for entering a call number.
| non-accepted calls - shows a list of the non-accepted calls.
} selected number - shows a list of the selected numbers.
WARNING
Concentrate fully at all times on your steering! As the driver you are fully
responsible for road safety. Only use the system so that you are in full control of
your vehicle in every traffic situation - risk of accident!
Enter call number
Enter a number and select
– Press on the function key [:::] in the main menu PHONE, in order to open the
number block for entering a call number.
– Press an inserted number key to accept the corresponding number in the entry
line.
– By pressing the button Delete the characters in the entry line are deleted from right
to left.
– Press function key when the desired call number is indicated in the entry line.
The connection to the entered call number is established.
You can select the character “+” instead of the first two digits (for example “00”) when
entering a country code.
The special keys “Stars” * and “Rhombus” # have the same function as those on a
mobile phone keypad. These characters are primarily needed when transmitting
sound signals during a call.
{ accepted calls - shows a list of the accepted calls.
‚ or b - the cursor can be moved in the entered telephone number with the help of
the arrows.
] Telephone book - opens the telephone book of the connected mobile phone for
selecting a call number.
Telephone book
Opening the telephone book
– Press on the function key ] in the main menu PHONE, in order to open the telephone book.
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Range selector key PHONE
Call a call number from the telephone book
– Turn the button to the right in order to display further entries in the menu Telephone book.
– Press on the function key Find to select a telephone book entry via a search mask.
– Press on the display of a telephone book entry. If only one telephone number is
stored during a telephone entry, this telephone number was selected. If several
telephone numbers are stored during a telephone entry, a menu will be opened
with these numbers.
Adapt a call number
Open the display of a call number from the telephone book or a call list as described
in the corresponding chapter ⇒ page 32.
– Press the arrow buttons ‚ or b to move the character entry cursor in the entry
line.
– Press on a character inserted into the keypad to accept it behind the character
entry cursor in the entry line.
Display information relating to a telephone book entry
– The connection to the displayed call number will be established as soon as you
press the function key .
– If you press the function key Details the telephone numbers, which are stored
during this entry, will be displayed.
Call lists
– If you press on the entry of a call number, the connection to this call number will
be established.
Search for an entry in the telephone book
Depending on the type of the mobile phone and the telephone preinstallation, only
the telephone numbers of calls which were missed, selected and accepted by the telephone preinstallation in the vehicle can be stored. The call lists stored in a mobile
phone will not be transferred to the vehicle.
– Press on the function key Find in the menu Telephone book to select a telephone
book entry via a search mask.
If the call number from a call list is stored in the telephone book the stored name in the
telephone book is displayed instead of the call number.
– Press a selectable character on the keypad while in the search window to accept it
in the entry line.
Call lists are always assigned to a user profile and are only displayed once the corresponding SIM card is connected again with the mobile phone preinstallation.
– Press the function key ; to open the input mask for entering numbers and
special characters. Press A-Z , to change again to the letter input mask.
Holding a conversation
– Press the function key ~ to open the input mask for entering Cyrillic letters. In
order to return to the input mask for Latin letters, press ABC .
– By pressing the function key Delete , the characters in the entry line are deleted
from right to left, starting from the position of the cursor.
– By pressing on the button OK , you can change in the telephone book to an entry
which is highlighted in the edit line.
If you have started the process of connecting to a call number or accepted a call, the
main menu PHONE will change to the display Phone conversation.
Incoming phone call
– An incoming phone call will be displayed on the display by “Ringing” followed by
the call number of the caller. If the number of the caller is stored in the telephone
book, the name of the caller will be displayed instead of the call number.
– Press the function key to accept the call.
– Press the function key ^ to reject the call.
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During a phone conversation
– If you press the function key Extras and Hold call during a phone conversation, the
tone is “switched off” while the call is in progress (Display: “Queue”). This means
that the connection remains intact, however the conversation is not transmitted.
– If once again the function key Extras and Resume call is pressed, it is possible to
continue the call.
– If you press the function key ^ , during a phone conversation, the connection to
the current call number will be terminated and the unit will change to the main
menu PHONE.
Carrying out an additional phone conversation
– Press the range selector key PHONE and select a telephone number during a
conversation.
– Select a new call number or select a stored call number.
– If you have established a new telephone call, you can “change” between both calls.
– You can change in the following ways: Select the call you wish to change to on the
screen and press the function key Extras and Swap call .
– You can include all participants in the conversation by pressing the function key
Extras and Add to conf. .
DTMF key tones
A particular DTMF key tone is assigned to each each key of a mobile phone. DTMF key
tones are used, for example, for the input of a password via the mobile phone or for
choosing a colleague in a “Call center”.
If a DTMF key tone has to be entered during a conversation, you can open the keypad
field by pressing the function key at the bottom left and follow the instructions (for
example: “For a private conversation with one of our co-workers, please press 3 ”).
You can store a longer DTMF key tone on your mobile phone. If, during a conversation,
this DTMF key tone has to be entered, call up the corresponding entry from the telephone book as described.
If you press in the input mask on the function key Enter numbers , the displayed character sequence in the entry line will be played as DTMF key tone sequence.
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Please note that in a DTMF key tone sequence the character “+” must not appear, as it
interrupts the playing of a DTMF key tone.
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Index
Index
A
E
O
Audio
Audio menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Change audio source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Changing track . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Repeat track/folder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Title list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
External sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
When driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
C
Car park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
CD
ejection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
insert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
CD mode
CD not legible . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Control elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
G
General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
P
I
Petrol station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Input mask
Free text input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Selecting the destination address . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Phone
Adapt a call number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Enter call number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Lead a conversation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
M
R
Main menu
PHONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Radio
Adjust station manually . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Save station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Stored stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Media
Menu Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
D
Memory card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Destination
Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Flagged destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Point of interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
MP3, WMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
DTMF key tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
MP3 operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
N
Navigation
Navigation menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Navigation CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Radio station
Retrieve radio station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Random play function MIX
CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Range selector key
MEDIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
NAVIGATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
PHONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
RADIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
SETUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
TMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
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Index
Route options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
S
Scan
Automatic play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Automatic play audio mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Settings
Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Setup
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Traffic programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Set-ups
Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Speed dependent volume adjustment
SDVA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Station name
RDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Switching the system off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Switching the system on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
T
Telephone
Call number from the telephone book . . . . . . 32
Entry from the telephone book . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Telephone book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
TMC
Dynamic route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
TMC traffic reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
TP (TMC Program)
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Traffic report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
W
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
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