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High-Power FM/AM/CD/MP3 Receiver with Detachable Face
Autoradio FM/AM à Lecteur CD/MP3 de Forte Puissance et à Face Amovible
Receptor FM/AM/Reproductor de CD/MP3 de Alta Potencia y con Panel Extraíble
Rádio FM/AM/CD/MP3 de Alta Potência
com Face Removível
FRANÇAIS
SAN JOSE MP41
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Important Notice
Prior to Installation, “Demo
Mode” should be defeated.
See page 7.
Issue date 08-01
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Precautions
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with instructions, may cause harmful interference with
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
radio interference will not occur in particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to consult the dealer
or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to
operate this equipment.
• Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high
temperatures, such as in direct sunlight or a hot air stream
from the heater, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt, or
excessive vibration.
• Do not turn on the unit if the temperature inside the car is
very high. Always cool down the unit before usage. Parking
your car in direct sunlight will result in a temperature rise.
• If the unit does not turn on, check the connections first. Then
check whether the fuse at the back of the unit is blown.
• Carefully read this manual before using the unit. If you encounter any problems that are not covered in this manual,
please consult the dealer where you purchased the unit or
the dealer nearest to you.
• This unit has been designed specifically for playback of compact discs bearing the following mark. Other discs cannot
be played.
Handling Compact Discs
• Be careful when removing a compact disc after the playback is completed because the disc may be extremely hot.
• Do not use non-conventional discs such as heart-shaped,
octagonal discs, etc. The player could be damaged.
• Do not expose compact discs to direct sunlight or any heat
source.
• Check all compact discs before playing, and discard cracked,
scratched or warped discs.
• Wipe dirty or damp discs outward from the centre with a
soft cloth.
• Do not use any solvents such as commercially available
cleaners, antistatic spray, or thinner to clean the compact
discs.
• If a label is affixed to a disc, the label may prevent removal
of the disc from the unit or may damage the unit.
Features
• MP3/WMA file playback support
• CD-TEXT support (SONG, ALBUM)
• Detachable flip down front panel
• Built-in power amplifier
(max. output : 50W × 4ch)
• FM/AM PLL Synthesizer tuner
• 30 Station preset memory
• Travel Store / Scan tuning
• X-BASS System
• Station / Disc name store, Station / Disc call
• Auxiliary input
• IR Remote Control RC-823
CD
Label
• CD changer control
(IDCA09, CDCA08 & CDCA071*)
* CDCA071 requires adaptor # 7607 898 093 available
separately.
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FCC WARNING
Handling the Front Panel
Detaching the Front Panel
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Attaching the Front Panel
Place the right hand side of the front panel so that the parts
A of the front panel are engaged with the parts B of the unit
as shown below. Then push the left hand side of the front
panel until it is securely locked.
1. Press the
OPEN
Notes
firmly to open the flip down front panel.
2. Pull the front panel toward your direction to remove it.
Front Panel Open / Close
Panel close
Panel open
Press the
OPEN
3. Close the inner cover.
.
Do not leave inner cover in the down position unless the
front panel is in place.
• Be sure to use this unit with the front panel closed.
The unit is automatically switched off when the front panel
is left open for about 10 minutes.
• Do not handle the unit roughly when opening/closing the
front panel.
• Do not put any object or use it like a tray when the front
panel is open in a lying position.
• Do not press OPEN button when closing the front panel.
• Do not put too much force to the operation buttons or the
display window as it may cause damage or deform the unit.
• Connectors on the unit and front panel are vital parts transmitting the signal. Do not touch, push or scratch them.
• Be careful not to pinch your fingers or hands when opening
and closing the front panel.
• Do not press hard on the front panel when affixing it to the
unit. No more than light to moderate pressure should be
needed.
• Make sure there is no dust or dirt on the electrical terminals
on the back of the front panel as this could cause intermittent operation or other malfunctions.
Raise the front panel with your
finger until it locks in place.
Ejecting the CD
Security/Retailer Display
Bolt the front panel with the locking screw (See page 19) in
the inner cover as shown below, to protect the front panel
from theft and from getting lost.
Press the recessed button located to the left behind the Front
Panel.
Locking screw
EJECT button
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Identification of Controls
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2 3
16
4
6
LCD Display
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OPEN
PWR
SAN JOSE MP41
SUB OUT
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9
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2
3
4
5
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14 13
15
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4
5
6
7
8
9
10
9
8 7
11 JUMP button
1 OPEN button
2
12 11 10
Open the flip down front panel.
PWR button
Turns the power of the unit on or off.
TUN/TRK button
Used to tune in to the desired station.
LCD Display window
CD button
Select the operating source (CD, CD changer or AUX).
BND/TS button
Selects the AM/FM Band & Travel store.
DISP button
Mode selector. Clock adjustment. Display priority setting.
MUTE/SENS button
Muting the sound. Switches the seek sensitivity between
local and distance.
XBASS button
Boosts the bass sound.
PRESET MEMORY button
During radio reception :
1
- 6 ; For Preset memory
During CD mode :
4/MIX
; For Mix play (Mix & Mix all during CDC)
5/RPT
; For Repeat play
6/
; For Pause
12
13
14
15
16
11 10
If an ID3 Tag has been recorded on MP3 file, one touch
switches the unit to ID3 Tag display. (Not supported with WMA.)
FOLDER SELECT button
Select the desired CD in CDC (CD changer) mode.
Select the desired FOLDER in MP3/WMA play mode.
SC/PS button
Scan tuning. Preset scan tuning. Scan play in CD/CDC mode.
AUDIO button
Audio control selector; Bass, Treble, Loudness, Balance
& Fader.
Dial
Adjusts the volume level/bass/treble/balance/fader.
Used to store the station names, and selects alpha-numeric characters.
Infrared Sensor (behind acrylic facia)
Permits wireless remote control of AM/FM/CD and CD
changer with RC-823 credit card style remote.
1 L-ch Level Meter
2 R-ch Level Meter
3 XBASS indicator
4 Main display section
5 STEREO signal indicator
6 Signal-strength indicator
7 lo(Local) indicator
8 MUTE indicator
9 LOUD indicator
10 MIX/RPT/SCAN Mode indicator
11 Clock indicator
12 CD Changer indicator
13 ID-3 Tag indicator
14 DISC IN indicator
15 FOLDER indicator
Flashes when the folder name is displayed.
16 FILE indicator
Flashes when the file name is displayed.
Remote Control (Included)
You can operate your receivers basic AM, FM, CD, MP3 &
CDC features via an IR Remote Control, model RC-823.
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Front Panel
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General Operations
Turning the power On/Off
Setting the Clock
Adjusting the Sound Characteristics
Press the
The clock uses a 12-hour display system. (factory set)
1.
PWR
to turn on or off the unit.
Tip
When you turn on the unit, “BLAUPUNKT MP3 - I WANT MY
MP3!” will be displayed before actual power on.
When you turn off the unit, “BYE - BYE” will be displayed
before actual power off.
You can edit these message. (See “Turn on/off message
edit”)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the
PWR
BASS 0
to turn on the unit.
Repeatedly press the
DISP
5.
Repeatedly press the
A. Press the
MUTE / SENS
DISP
2.
Volume down
C. Press the
Volume up
within 5 seconds to flash the hour digit.
MUTE / SENS
to flash the minute digit.
D. Rotate the dial to set the minute digit.
Press the PWR for two or more seconds. The power will
be switched off and the current volume level recorded.
6.
Press the
ting mode.
DISP
momentarily to complete the Clock set-
Note
Muting the sound
FAD R0 F0
(FADER)
If you make no button input or dial operation in 20 seconds,
the Clock setting mode will turn off automatically.
again.
Adjustment Range
BASS –5
BASS +5
TREBLE
TREBLE –5
TREBLE +5
LOUDNESS
LOUD OFF
LOUD ON
BALANCE
L9 R0 (Full left)
L0 R9 (Full right)
FADER
R9 F0 (Full rear)
R0 F9 (Full front)
Tip
Settings for BASS, TREBLE, LOUDNESS and XBASS can
be made to each of the following modes independently:
FM, AM, CD, MP3, CD Changer and AUX.
Ignition-off Clock Recall
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BAL L0 R0
(BALANCE)
BASS
The display will illuminate showing the time and then automatically shut off after 5 seconds.
Press the DISP while the ignition switch is in the “OFF” position.
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(LOUDNESS)
Rotate the dial to adjust the selected item.
Adjust within 3 seconds after selecting the item. After 3
seconds, the dial reverts to volume control. Use the following tables as a guide for adjusting the settings in each
mode.
to display “CLOCK ADJUST”.
B. Rotate the dial to set the hour digit.
Turn the dial until it is set at the required volume.
MUTE / SENS
TREBLE 0
CLOCK 12
Rotate the dial to adjust the volume.
It is also possible to set the maximum volume when the power
is switched on by following the procedure explained below.
Press MUTE / SENS .
“MUTE” appears on the display window.
To restore the previous volume level, press
to select the desired adjustment mode
to display “CLOCK 12”.
Rotate the dial within 5 seconds to select the 12 or 24hour time mode. Each time you rotate the dial, the mode
changes or toggles as follows :
Volume Level Control and Memory
2.
AUDIO
Turn the ignition key to the ON position.
CLOCK 24
1.
Press the
as follows;
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You can connect the auxiliary equipment (Portable cassette
player, etc) to this radio via optional AUX-IN cable. (See page
20) Each time the CD is pressed, the operation source will
change over as shown below;
RADIO
Press the
CD
BND / TS
Mode Selector
Display priority setting
Each time the DISP is pressed, the display window will change
over as shown below;
1.
Priority indication
STATION(DISC) CALL * : Refer to " Display priority setting "
DSP PRIORITY
: Refer to " Display priority setting "
DISP. SPEED
: SLOW / FAST
SCROLL TYPE
: ROLLING / WITH PAUSES
2.
CD changer or AUX
to return to radio mode.
Note
If the CD button is pressed when no CD has been loaded
into the unit, The CD mode will skip to the CD changer mode
or AUX mode.
Also, if the CD changer is not connected, the system will move
across to the AUX mode regardless of whether auxiliary equipment is connected or not (“AUX” will be displayed.)
It is not possible to switch to the AUX mode when the CD
changer is connected.
Example
To set Station Name to the Display Priority.
3.
METER 1
: METER 0 / METER 1 / METER 2 / METER 3 / METER 4
LEVEL 1
: LEVEL 1 / LEVEL 2
CONTRAST
: –10 ~ 0 ~ +10
MESSAGE ON
: MESSAGE ON / MESSAGE OFF
CLOCK ADJUST
: Refer to " Setting the Clock "
CLOCK 12
: Refer to " Setting the Clock "
DEMO ON
: Refer to " How to defeat Demo Mode "
* : Radio mode only
Notes
• “STATION CALL” and “DSP priority” are not displayed in
AUX mode.
• If you make no button input or dial operation in few seconds, the display returns priority indication.
Repeatedly press the DISP to display “DSP PRIORITY”
appears in the display window.
Rotate the dial to select “STATION NAME” or “FREQUENCY”.
Hold the DISP pressed for more than 2 seconds to confirm/enter your selection.
“NO NAME” or a previously assigned station name (See
page 10) flashs once to indicate that Station Name is
selected for the Display Priority.
After 5 seconds, the display mode will automatically return to the Display Priority showing either “NO NAME” or
the station name.
Tip
Frequency Display is initially set to the Display Priority,
and Station Name (“NO NAME”) is set to the “Temporary” indicator.
Display Priority can be set for the following items;
• Radio mode
Frequency
Station name
• CDC (CD changer) mode
Disc name
Disc No/Track No/Elapsed track time
• CD or other media
SCROLL
: ID-3Tag (Song/Album/Artist) scrolls.
FOLDER NAME
: Folder name scrolls.
FILE NAME
: File name scrolls.
TRACK/TIME
: Track No, and elapsed time scrolls.
SONG NAME
: Song name scrolls.
ALBUM TITLE
: Album title scrolls.
ARTIST NAME
: Artist name scrolls.
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Switching the Source (Selecting auxiliary
input)
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The items supported for display priority for each media are as
shown in the table below.
Display Speed selection
Level Meter selection
When an item that is not supported is selected, “NO NAME”
is displayed, following which TRACK/TIME is displayed.
The scroll speed of the display indication can be switched.
The meter displays can be selected from four types.
You can select :
• SLOW : Slow.
• FAST
: Fast.
You can select :
• METER 1 : The level meter goes upward.
• METER 2 : Only the very top segment lights.
• METER 3 : The remaining segments light. (opposite of
METER 2)
• METER 4 : The level meter goes up and down dividing
from the center segment.
• METER 0 : No meter is indicated.
Media
DISP Priority
CD
CD
TEXT
MP3
✕
ID3-Tag Scroll
WMA
✕
*1
*2
FOLDER NAME
✕
✕
FILE NAME
✕
✕
✕
✕
✕
ID3-Tag MUSIC
✕
✕
ID3-Tag ALBUM
✕
✕
TRACK/TIME
✕
✕
ID3-Tag ARTIST
*2:
Repeatedly press the DISP to display the “DISP. SPEED”
on the display window.
2.
Rotate the dial to select the desired display speed.
SLOW
1.
Repeatedly press the
the display window.
2.
Rotate the dial in a clockwise direction to select the desired meter indication.
FAST
Display Scroll type selection
MUSIC
ALBUM
MUSIC
ALBUM
to display the “METER 1” on
You can select :
• ROLLING
: Scrolls across the display.
• WITH PAUSES : Scrolls across the display with pause.
ARTIST
1.
Repeatedly press the DISP to display the “SCROLL TYPE”
on the display window.
2.
Rotate the dial to select the desired scroll type.
ROLLING
WITH PAUSES
L-ch Level meter
Level Meter Sensitivity selection
The sensitivity of the level meter display can be switched.
You can select :
• LEVEL 1 : Normal sensitivity.
• LEVEL 2 : High sensitivity.
1.
Repeatedly press the
the display window.
2.
Rotate the dial to select the desired meter sensitivity.
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 1
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R-ch Level meter
The scroll type of the display indication can be switched.
Notes
*1:
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DISP
to display the “LEVEL 1” on
How to defeat Demo Mode
Enhancing the bass sound
The contrast of the display can be adjusted.
After installation we recommend defeating the Demo Mode.
When power is turned off, the unit switches to demonstration
mode.
The demonstration starts about 10 seconds after power off.
The demonstration of each function is repeatedly shown on
the display screen.
For extended bass centered @ 72Hz, Blaupunkt’s XBASS function can be set for either each band and CD/MP3/CDC/AUX
mode.
You can adjust :
• – 10 ~ 0 ~ +10
1.
Repeatedly press the DISP to display the “CONTRAST”
on the display window.
2.
Rotate the dial to select the desired display contrast.
– 10
You can adjust :
• DEMO ON
• DEMO OFF
+ 10
1.
2.
Message ON/OFF selection
: The demonstation is displayed after
power off.
: A demonstration is not displayed after
power off.
Repeatedly press the
Message display following POWER ON/OFF can be switched.
DEMO OFF
You can adjust :
• MESSAGE ON
DEMO ON
: A message is displayed following power
on/off.
• MESSAGE OFF : No message is displayed.
1.
Repeatedly press the
on the display window.
2.
Rotate the dial to select whether or not to display a message following power on/off.
DISP
DISP
to display the “DEMO ON”.
Rotate the dial to select whether or not the demonstration should be displayed when power is off.
You can select :
• XBASS 1 : Enhanced BASS level
• XBASS 2 : Enhanced BASS level
• XBASS 3 : Enhanced BASS level
• XBASS 4 : Enhanced BASS level
• XBASS 0 : No BASS enhanced.
(low).
(Middle).
(High).
(Very high).
Press the XBASS repeatedly to select the bass sound.
“
” appears on the display window. (Except for XBASS 0)
Each time you press XBASS , the current mode appears on
the display window and the mode change as follows:
XBASS 0
XBASS 1
XBASS 2
XBASS 3
XBASS 4
Note
Reduce XBASS level if your combination of speakers and addon amplifiers sound distorted at the preferred sound level.
to display the “MESSAGE ON”
OFF
ON
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Display Contrast selection
Tips
• To erase/correct a message, press the DISP for more
than 2 seconds to clear the character and re-enter.
• When entering a name, pressing the following buttons affects the display of characters as follows:
1
: Changes to inputting letters. (Starts with “A”.)
If pressed while letters are already selected,
switches between upper and lower case letters.
2
: Changes to inputting numbers. (Starts with “0”.)
3
: Changes to inputting symbols. (Starts with “(”.)
6
: Enters a space (blank).
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Turn on/off message edit
You can edit the turn on/off message and store it in memory.
Following four messages can be edit with 12 characters each.
When you turn on the unit, “MESSAGE 1” will be displayed
then “MESSAGE 2” will momentarily displayed before actual
power on.
When you turn off the unit, “MESSAGE 3” will be displayed
then “MESSAGE 4” will momentarily displayed before actual
power off.
Turn-on message
• MESSAGE 1 / MESSAGE 2
Turn-off message
• MESSAGE 3 / MESSAGE 4
1.
Repeatedly press the DISP to display the “MESSAGE ON”
on the display window.
2.
3.
Press the
4.
MUTE / SENS
to flash the “MESSAGE 1”.
Rotate the dial to select the desired message you want
to edit.
5.
Press the MUTE / SENS to store the message.
The new message flashes.
6.
To return to the normal radio reception, Press
DISP
.
Notes
• If you make no button input or dial operation in 20 seconds, the message edit mode will turn off automatically.
• Make sure the “MESSAGE” will be “ON” .
MESSAGE 1 ➜ MESSAGE 2 ➜ MESSAGE 3 ➜ MESSAGE 4
Erasing the turn on/off message
Press the MUTE / SENS , then enter the character.
A. Rotate the dial in a clockwise direction to select the
desired characters.
(A~Z, a~z, 0~9, ( ) ∗ + , − . / ! ” # $ % & ’ : ; < = > ?
@ [ \ ] ˆ _ ` { } ˜ )
to move the flashing cursor to
B. Press the TUN/TRK
TUN/ TRK
, the flashing
the next position. If you press
cursor moves to the left.
C. Repeat steps A. and B. to complete entering the entire message 12 characters max.
1.
Repeatedly press the DISP to display the “MESSAGE ON”
on the display window.
2.
3.
Press the
4.
Press the DISP for more than 2 seconds.
Repeat steps 1. and 3. if you want to erase other message.
5.
To return to the normal radio reception, Press
You can erase the turn on/off message if so desired.
MUTE / SENS
to flash the message you edit.
Rotate the dial to select the desired message you want
to erase.
DISP
.
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Seek Tuning
Preset Scan Tuning
Receiving the Memorized Stations
1.
1.
2.
1.
2.
2.
Press the
to select the desired AM or FM band.
FM1 ➜ FM2 ➜ FMT ➜ AM ➜ AMT
(FMT & AMT are Travel Store bands.)
BND / TS
Press the TUN/ TRK
to tune in stations. Tuning automatically stops at a broadcasting frequency.
When tuned in to FM stereo broadcasting stations, the
“
” stereo signal indicator will appear on the display
window.
Manual Tuning
1. Press the
2. Press the
BND / TS
to select the desired AM or FM band.
or TUN/ TRK
for more than 0.5 second
to activate the manual tuning mode. Press again to tune in
to stations.
“MAN” will appear on the display window.
After 4 seconds of completing Manual Tuning, the tuning
control will revert to the Seek Tuning mode.
TUN/ TRK
Press the
BND / TS
to select the desired AM or FM band.
Hold the SC/PS pressed for more than 2 seconds.
“SCAN” indicator will appear on the display window.
The unit will scan preset memory for the 12 stations from
the AM/AMT band or the 18 stations from the FM1/FM2/
FMT bands. The unit will stop at each preset station for 8
seconds, before continuing to the next preset station.
Press the SC/PS again to stop Preset Scan Tuning and
remain this on the selected frequency.
Memorizing Stations Automatically (Travel Store)
1. Press the
to select the desired AM or FM band.
2. Hold the
pressed for longer than 2 seconds.
BND / TS
BND / TS
Up to 6 stations with strong signals will be automatically
stored in preset memory for the selected band.
If the radio is in FM1 or FM2, it switches to FMT. If the
radio is in AM, it switches to AMT.
Press the
BND / TS
Press the
1
-
to select the desired AM or FM band.
6
momentarily.
Local/Distant (LO/DX) Selection
This feature is used to select the signal strength at which the
radio will stop during Seek Tuning.
Press the MUTE / SENS for more than 2 seconds to select the
Local setting and only strong (local) stations will be received.
The “lo” indicator appears on the display window.
Pressing for more than 2 seconds again will select the Distant setting and the radio will stop at a wider range of signals,
including weaker more distant stations. The “lo” indicator will
go out on the display window. DX is the suggested default
setting.
Note
Scan Tuning
1. Press the
2. Hold the
BND / TS
This function is available for FMT and AMT.
to select the desired AM or FM band.
pressed for less than 2 seconds.
The unit will scan the selected band for stations.
“SCAN” indicator will appear on the display window. The
unit will stop at each station for 8 seconds, before continuing to the next station.
Press the SC/PS again to stop Scan Tuning and remain
this on the selected frequency.
SC/PS
Tip
While tuning, the pie-shaped signal-strength meter
on the display is lit differently depending on the strength
of the signal. While scanning bands, the pie-shaped signal-strength meter spins. While playing CD’s, this display
also spins.
Memorizing Only the Desired Stations
You can store up to 6 stations on each band (18 for FM1, FM2
and FMT, 12 for AM and AMT) in the order of your choice.
1.
2.
3.
Press the
Press the
BND / TS
TUN/TRK
to select the desired band.
to tune in stations.
Press and hold the desired preset memory button 1 6
for about 2 seconds until the frequency indicator
flashes twice.
The number of the pressed preset memory button appears on the display window.
Note
If when you store another station on the same preset number
button, the previously stored station is replaced with new one.
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Storing the station names
Erasing the station names
You can assign a name to each radio station and store it in
memory. As much as 30 station names can be stored composed with 12 characters each.
Storing the station names
1.
2.
3.
1.
Tune in any station and press the
seconds.
2.
Press the MUTE / SENS .
The station name or “ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ” flashing.
3.
Rotate the dial to select the name of the station that you
want to erase. To erase all the names of the stations, display “✳ALL DELETE✳”.
4.
Press the DISP for more than 2 seconds.
Repeat steps 3. and 4. if you want to erase other names.
5.
To return to the normal radio reception, Press
Tune in a station whose name you want to store.
Press the DISP for more than 2 seconds.
The “NAME EDIT” will light then the “_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_” on the display window. The first “ _ ” flashes.
Enter the characters.
A. Rotate the dial in a clockwise direction to select the
desired characters.
(A~Z, a~z, 0~9, ( ) ∗ + , − . / ! ” # $ % & ’ : ; < = > ?
@ [ \ ] ˆ _ ` { } ˜ )
B. Press the TUN/ TRK
to move the flashing cursor to
TUN/TRK
, the flashing
the next position. If you press
cursor moves to the left.
C. Repeat steps A. and B. to complete entering the entire name 12 characters max.
Tips
• To erase/correct a name, press the DISP for more
than 2 seconds to clear the character and re-enter.
• When entering a name, pressing the following buttons affects the display of characters as follows:
1
: Changes to inputting letters. (Starts with “A”.)
If pressed while letters are already selected,
switches between upper and lower case letters.
2
: Changes to inputting numbers. (Starts with “0”.)
3
: Changes to inputting symbols. (Starts with “(”.)
6
: Enters a space (blank).
4.
Press the MUTE / SENS to store the station name.
The station name flashes.
5.
To return to the normal radio reception, Press
DISP
DISP
for more than 2
DISP
.
Direct Access to Memorized Stations via
Station call
You can search for the memorized AM & FM station names in
the memory.
1.
Press the DISP to display the “STATION CALL” on the
display window.
2.
3.
Rotate the large dial to select the desired station name.
Press the
MUTE / SENS
to tune in the desired station.
.
Note
If you try to store more than 30 station names, “✳✳FULL✳✳”
will be displayed.
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CD Operations
Listening to a disc that is already loaded
Loading Discs
Press the CD to select the CD mode.
Playback begins automatically.
1. Press the
and insert the disc.
2. Close the front panel. ‘‘LOADING’’ and ‘‘FILE CHECK’’ will
Pausing Playback
OPEN
appear in the display window.
Playback begins automatically.
Press the 6/ .
To resume playback, press the
Scan Play
Press the SC/PS during CD mode.
The ‘‘SCAN 1’’ indicator appears in the display window. This
will play the first 10 seconds of all the tracks on the disc.
Press the SC/PS again to cancel this feature.
Repeat Play
6/
again.
Stopping Playback
Note
Make sure that the front panel is closed when playback begins.
Playback with the front panel open causes the
unit to turn off automatically in about 10 minutes.
Press the BND / TS to select the radio reception (FM1,FM2,
FMT or AM, AMT).
Ejecting Discs
Press the
panel.
to eject the disc located behind flip-down front
Notes
Labeled side up
• The unit will turn on automatically when a CD is inserted if
the ignition switch is ‘‘ON’’.
• When the disc is ejected from the CD slot, remove it within
10 seconds; otherwise, the disc will be reloaded automatically.
! NEVER Insert a 3-inch CDs.
This unit is designed for playback of standard 5-inch CD’s
only. Do not attempt to use 3-inch CD singles in this unit,
either with or without an adaptor, as damage to the player
and/or disc may occur.
Tips
• When a CD is loaded, the
on the display remains lit.
• During playback of a CD, the pie-shaped signal-strength
spins.
meter
Press the 5/RPT during CD mode.
The ‘‘RPT 1’’ indicator appears in the display window and the
current track is played repeatedly.
Press the 5/RPT again to cancel this feature.
Mix Play
Press the 4/MIX during CD mode.
The ‘‘MIX 1’’ indicator appears in the display window.
All the tracks on the current disc are played in random order.
Press the 4/MIX again to cancel this feature.
Note
If the Mix, Repeat or Scan buttons are pressed for 2 seconds
or longer while playing a music CD, the unit will enter the
respective mode2. These modes can be used for playing MP3
discs which contain a number of folders. (See page 14.)
Since a music CD is treated as a folder, there is almost no
difference in the operation.
Track Search
Press the TUN/ TRK
during CD mode. Track numbers appear
in the display window.
: Playback starts from the beginning of the next track.
: Playback starts from the beginning of the current track.
Press again to play the previous track.
Cue / Review
Press and hold the
the desired point.
TUN/ TRK
. Release when you have found
: To search forward.
: To search backward.
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Playing the CD player
CD Changer Controls
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Playing the CD Changer
This product can control a CD changer. Please check with
your nearest car stereo specialist for recommendations of the
models that will work with this radio (See page 1).
Press the CD to switch the CD changer mode. Disc No,
Track No, and Track time appear on the display window and
playback begins automatically. Press again to change back to
built-in CD operation.
Disc Select
Press the Disc select buttons to select the desired disc for
play.
FOLDER +
: To advance to a higher number disc.
FOLDER –
: To return to a lower number disc.
Disc Scan
Press the SC/PS for more than 2 seconds.
The ‘‘SCANDISC ON’’ indicator appears in the display window. This will play the first 10 seconds of the first track on
each disc. Press the SC/PS again to cancel this feature.
Storing the CDC disc names
You can label each disc with a personalized name. As many
as 99 disc names can be stored, composed with 7 characters
each.
Storing the CDC disc names
Track / Disc Repeat Play
Track Repeat
Press the 5/RPT .
The ‘‘RPT ON’’ indicator appears in the display window and
the current track is played repeatedly.
Press the 5/RPT again to cancel this feature.
1.
Play the CD and press the DISP for more than 2 seconds. The “NAME EDIT” will light then the “_ _ _ _ _ _ _”
on the display window. The first “ _ ” flashes.
2.
Enter the characters.
A. Rotate the dial in a clockwise direction to select the
desired characters.
( A~Z 0~9 ( ) ∗ + , − . / )
Disc Repeat
Press the 5/RPT for more than 2 seconds.
The ‘‘RPTDISC ON’’ indicator appears in the display window
and the current disc will be continually repeated.
Press the 5/RPT again to cancel this feature.
B. Press the TUN/TRK
to move the flashing cursor to
TUN/ TRK
the next position. If you press
, the flashing
cursor moves to the left.
Track Search
TUN/ TRK
Press the
.
Track numbers appear in the display window.
: Playback starts from the beginning of the next track.
: Playback starts from the beginning of the current track.
Press again to play the previous track.
C. Repeat steps A. and B. to complete entering the entire name 7 characters max.
Track / Disc Mix Play
Tips
• To erase/correct a name, press the DISP for more than
2 seconds to clear the character and re-enter.
• When entering a name, pressing the following buttons affects the display of characters as follows:
1
: Changes to inputting letters. (Starts with “A”.)
If pressed while letters are already selected,
switches between upper and lower case letters.
2
: Changes to inputting numbers. (Starts with “0”.)
3
: Changes to inputting symbols. (Starts with “(”.)
6
: Enters a space (blank).
Track Mix
Press the 4/MIX .
The ‘‘MIX ON’’ indicator appears in the display window.
All the tracks on the current disc are played in random order.
Press the 4/MIX again to cancel this feature.
Cue / Review
Press and hold the
the desired point.
TUN/TRK
. Release when you have found
: To search forward.
: To search backward.
Track / Disc Scan Play
Track Scan
Press the SC/PS .
The “SCAN ON” indicator appears in the display window. This
will play the first 10 seconds of all the tracks on all the discs.
Press the SC/PS again to cancel this feature.
Disc Mix
Press the 4/MIX for more than 2 seconds.
The ‘‘MIXDISC ON’’ indicator appears in the display window.
Both discs and tracks will be played in random order.
Press the 4/MIX again to cancel this feature.
Tip
During Disc scan, Disc Repeat or Disc Mix, the
on the display.
3.
Press the MUTE / SENS to store the disc name.
The disc name flashes.
4.
To return to the normal CD playback mode, Press
will be lit
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DISP
.
IDC A09 Changer:
1.
Press the
changer mode.
2.
Press the MUTE / SENS .
The disc name or “ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ” is now flashing.
3.
Rotate the dial to select the name that you want to erase.
To erase all the names, display “ ✳ALL DELETE✳ ”.
4.
Press the DISP for more than 2 seconds.
Repeat steps 3. and 4. if you want to erase other names.
The IDC A09 is a 5-disc CD Changer. When using the Folder
+ & – keys, it is possible to mistakenly ask the IDC A09 for a
CD Disc higher than the number 5 (Five).
When this command is manually done in error, the San jose’s
Display will read disc numbers above 5, but the unit will then
only play but a few seconds of the next disc, which would be
Disc 1, whereas the Display is reading disc number 6 (Six)
which does not exist. Choosing a vacant / empty IDC A09
disc slot will result in a “No Magazine” or a double dashes
(– –) message in the LCD.
5.
To return to the normal CD playback mode, Press
DISP
for more than 2 seconds during CD
DISP
.
Direct Access to Memorized Disc Names via
Disc call
You can search for the memorized disc names in the memory.
1.
Press the
window.
2.
3.
Rotate the large dial to select the desired disc name.
Press the
tion.
DISP
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Erasing the CDC disc names
Do one of the following remedies:
Manually select the desired disc at the Changer’s controls,
Or allow the IDC A09 to automatically cycle to the next disk
after the completion of Disc #5,
Or Press Folder + or – until Disc 1 (One) or the desired disc is
displayed in the receivers LCD.
to display the “DISC CALL” on the display
MUTE / SENS
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MP3 / WMA operation
You can play MP3 and WMA files written on CD-ROMs, CDRs, or CD-RWs by following the procedures below.
In this section, “track” and “album” mean “MP3 or WMA file”
and “folder” in PC terminology, respectively.
Loading Discs
: Playback starts from the beginning of the next track.
Album(Folder) Search
1. Press the
OPEN
and insert a CD-ROM, CD-R, or CD-RW
with the labeled side upward.
2. Close the front panel.
During scanning of the disc, ‘‘LOADING’’and ‘‘FILE CHECK’’
appear in the display window.
Playback begins automatically.
CD-R/RW with very complex folder trees could take in the
range of 20-seconds to load.
Listening to a disc that is already loaded
Press the FOLDER + or FOLDER – during CD mode. Folder indica” flashes in the display window.
tor “
FOLDER +
: Playback starts from the beginning of the next folder.
FOLDER –
: Playback starts from the beginning of the previous
folder.
Cue / Review
Press and hold the
the desired point.
TUN/ TRK
. Release when you have found
: To search backward.
Pausing Playback
Scan / Folder Scan Play
6/
again.
Stopping Playback
Press the BND / TS to select the radio reception (FM 1, FM 2,
FT or AM, AT).
Ejecting Discs
to eject the disc located behind the flip-down
Notes
• The unit will turn on automatically when a CD is inserted if
the ignition switch is ‘‘ON’’.
• When the disc is ejected from the CD slot, remove it within 10
seconds; otherwise, the disc will be reloaded automatically.
• ID3 Tags are not supported for WMA files.
Folder Repeat Play (Mode2)
Press the 5/RPT for more than 2 seconds during CD mode.
The ‘‘RPT 2 ON’’ appears in the display window and the current folder is played repeatedly.
Press the 5/RPT again to cancel this feature.
Mix Play / Folder Mix
Mix Play (Mode1)
Press the 4/MIX during CD mode.
The ‘‘MIX 1 ON’’ appears in the display window.
All the tracks on the current folder are played in random order. Press the 4/MIX again to cancel this feature.
Folder Mix Play (Mode2)
Press the 4/MIX for more than 2 seconds during CD mode.
The ‘‘MIX 2 ON’’ appears in the display window.
All the tracks on the current disc are played in random order.
Press the 4/MIX again to cancel this feature.
ID3 Tag Jump
: To search forward.
Press the CD to select the CD mode.
Playback begins automatically.
Press the
front panel.
Press the TUN/TRK
during CD mode. Track numbers appear
in the display window.
: Playback starts from the beginning of the current track.
Press again to play the previous track.
MP3 / WMA play
Press the 6/ .
To resume playback, press the
Track Search
Scan Play (Mode1)
Press the SC/PS during CD mode.
The ‘‘SCAN 1 ON’’ appears in the display window. This will
play the first 10 seconds of all the tracks on the disc.
Press the SC/PS again to cancel this feature.
Folder Scan Play (Mode2)
Press the SC/PS for more than 2 seconds during CD mode.
The ‘‘SCAN 2 ON’’ appears in the display window. This will
play the first 10 seconds of first tracks in each folder.
Press the SC/PS again to cancel this feature.
When a file containing an ID3 Tag is played, pressing 3/JUMP
immediately switches the unit to ID3 Tag scroll display.
When the scroll display finishes, the original display is restored.
When pressed 3/JUMP while scroll display has priority, the original display is restored after displaying “TRACK/TIME” for five
seconds.
Tip
When playing a file that does not contain an ID3 Tag or when
playing a WMA file, pressing 3/JUMP causes “NO NAME” to be
displayed.
Repeat / Folder Repeat Play
Repeat Play (Mode1)
Press the 5/RPT during CD mode.
The ‘‘RPT 1 ON’’ appears in the display window and the current track is played repeatedly.
Press the 5/RPT again to cancel this feature.
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MP3 / WMA Overview
ISO9660 Format
The unit can play back data recorded in ISO9660 format.
ISO9660 is an international standard for representative CDROM file formats determined by ISO (International Standard
Organization).
The media formats that can be used by the unit include Level
1, Level 2 and the extension format known as Joliet.
What are MP3 and WMA?
• An MP3 file stores audio data compressed using the “MPEG
1 / 2 audio layer-3” file format. We call files that have the
“.mp3” extension “MP3 files”. Likewise for WMA files. WMA
is an abbreviation for Windows Media Audio. WMA files have
the extension “.wma” and are compatible with MP3 files.
• The unit cannot read files that have a file extension different from “.mp3” or “.wma”.
• The unit cannot read files without an extension even if the
files are MP3 or WMA files.
Furthermore even if a file has an “.mp3” or “.wma” extension, the unit cannot read the file if is not recorded with the
MP3 or WMA data format.
Playback Limitations
• The number of tracks and number of albums (folder) that
can be played back from a disc are as follows.
Tracks
: About 250 depending on file contents.
Albums(folder) : A maximum of 250 depending on the number of tracks.
The unit also recognizes up to eight album(folder) levels.
• The unit can playback MP3 files with compression bit rates
from 32kbps~320kbps. However for the best balance of file
space and sound quality we recommend 128kbps. When
files compressed at less than 128kbps are played back, the
sound may have breaks in it.
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Sampling rates are supported as follows.
MPEG 1
MPEG 2
MPEG 2.5
48k
24k
12k
44.1k
22.05k
11.03k
Packet Write Method
32k
16k
8k
In the case of WMA files, play back is possible only for files
encoded with a compression bit rate of at least 64kbps and
a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz.
• Please note that the unit cannot play files encoded using
the WMA copyright protection function.
• When playing WMA files, song, album and artist tags cannot be displayed.
• The unit allows the playback of CD-R and CD-RW discs
containing a mixture of music CD data (CD-DA), MP3 and
WMA files. However playback of both types of data is possible only for Mixed Mode CDs/CD Extra created using Disc
at Once Method. (See below.)
• The unit also supports files compressed using VBR (variable bit rate).
• The unit does not always play back MP3 and WMA files in
the order in which they were recorded.
• When many folders are recorded on a disc, the time required
to fetch information from the disc becomes longer.
• We recommend that multi-session discs be limited to 10 sessions.
The packet write method is not supported.
The following three methods are used to record data (files)
on a disc. As the unit does not support the “Packet Write”
method please be aware of this.
The unit supports discs recorded with the “Disc at Once” and
“Track at Once” methods.
With this method, tracks are sub-divided into packets depending on availability of space on the disc. Additional writing of
data is possible.
Display Information Limitations
• The unit can display folder and file names, ID3 Tags of length
up to 64 characters including the extension. However, certain special symbols may not display correctly.
• During playback of MP3 and WMA files, there may be occasions when the elapsed playback time is not correctly displayed.
Important Points
• Please take care not to append the extensions for MP3 and
WMA files onto files of any other type. When a disc containing such files is played, the files will be incorrectly recognized and played back. This will result in extremely loud noise
that may damage the speakers.
• Depending on the state of the disc or recorder or writing
software used to write on the disc, there may be cases when
the disc cannot be correctly played back. In such cases
please refer to the user manual for the tools you are using.
• When using a Macintosh personal computer, the file extension will not be added, so please add the extension “.mp3”
to the end of the file name.
• This unit does not support WAVE files.
• This unit does not support m3u playlists.
• The unit does not support “Emphasis”. (See “Glossary” on
page 17.)
Disc at Once Method
With this method, all the data to be written is prepared in advance and then recorded on the disc in one go. Additional
writing of data is not possible.
Track at Once Method
With this method, data is written in file (track) units. Additional writing of data is possible.
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This unit can play back files recorded in MP3 or WMA format
on CD-ROM, CD-R (recordable) or CD-RW (rewritable) discs.
There are some limitations on the files and media that can be
used, so before recording files on a disc please carefully read
the following information.
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Note Concerning Bit Rate and Record Time
Please refer to the following general guide concerning the bit
rate used when encoding and the overall time of a file recorded on disc.
Before recording on a disc, please carefully read the software instructions and ensure you use it correctly.
Note
When the sampling frequency used for encoding is 44.1kHz
For highest
sound quality
320kbps
About 4hr
CD quality
(High sound quality)
192 kbps
About 7hr
CD quality
(Medium sound quality)
160 kbps
About 8hr
CD quality
(Standard)
128 kbps
About 10hr
When Creating Discs
About Recommended CD-R and CD-RW Media
Files will not always be played back in the order in which they
were recorded. When you want to ensure that files will be
played back in the order they were recorded, please write
onto the disc paying attention to the points below.
• Use writing software that can write MP3/WMA files on the
disc in the order of the file (track) names. Please check with
the software developers concerning the behavior and operation of the writing software.
• Prefix numbers to the names of folders (albums) and files
(tracks) to arrange them in order. Shown below is a good
example (2 or three digits correctly entered.) and a bad example (if the number of digits is not the same for all names,
the names will not be ordered correctly.)
With some CD-R and CD-RW media, data may not be properly written depending on their manufacturing quality. In this
case, data may not also be reproduced correctly. We recommend the media manufactured by the following companies:
Example
<good>
TDK USA Corp., Ricoh Corporation, Mitsubishi Chemical
Corporation
01XXXX.mp3
02XXXX.mp3
03XXXX.mp3
04XXXX.mp3
<bad>
1XXXX.mp3
10XXXX.mp3
11XXXX.mp3
2XXXX.mp3
CD-R Media
TDK USA Corp., Taiyo Yuden (U.S.A.), Inc., Ricoh Corporation, Eastman Kodak Company, Maxell Corporation of
America, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Fuji Photo Film
U.S.A., Inc., Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., Sony Corporation of
America, Philips Electronics North America Corporation,
Imation Corp.
CD-RW Media
Several types of CD-R and CD-RW media are available, such
as 2X and 1X-4X. Please read the instruction manuals of the
drive and the recording software you are using to select the
right media.
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Bit rate
The bit rate expresses the amount of information transferred
per second as a number of bits. The greater the quantity of
information, the higher the bit rate.
The unit is “bits/second”. “kbps” indicates “kilo (1,000) bits/
second”.
Emphasis
The software used for recording has an “emphasis” capability, which when turned on writes emphasis attributes on to
the audio track. When the emphasis bit is set the sound has a
smooth characteristic. However, at the current time almost all
CD players lack support for this function. It is no problem to
play back an audio track recorded with emphasis on with a
player not supporting emphasis.
Extension
In Windows and DOS personal computers, several characters are placed at the end of each file name to indicate the
type of file.
The extension consists of a period followed by three alphanumeric characters. The extension differs depending on file type.
The extension for MP3 files is “.mp3”.
ID3 Tags
This is a data format that allows a file name, title and artist
name etc. to be added to MP3 files.
This unit supports SONG ALBUM and ARTIST for Versions
1.0/1.1/2.2 and 2.3.
ID3 Tags are not supported for WMA files.
Structure of Folder Hierarchy
To keep data within a computer organized, related files may
be put into a folder, but in addition to files, a folder may also
have other folders put into it. Folder B may be put into folder
A, and folder C may be put into folder B so as to create a
“hierarchical structure”. The number of hierarchical levels that
can be recognized differs depending on the computer operating system. ISO9660 specifies up to 8 levels.
VBR (Variable Bit Rate)
MP3 files are normally encoded with a fixed bit rate (eg
128kbps etc.), however VBR encoding during which the bit
rate is varied while encoding is also possible. That is to say,
during periods of violent variation of sound the bit rate is increased and during soundless periods the bit rate is decreased. Encoding in this way allows file size to be curbed
while maintaining high sound quality. However, some players
do not support VBR, so caution is required when using VBR.
Types of CD
• Audio CD(CD-DA)
This is the format used for audio CDs that can be played on
ordinary audio CD players. It is also called CD-DA (Compact Disc Digital Audio).
• ISO9660 Format CD-ROM
ISO9660 is a CD-ROM standard file system determined by
ISO (International Organization for Standardization). CDROMs with this format can be played by Windows and
Macintosh operating systems and also by UNIX operating
systems.
• HFS Format CD-ROM
This is a CD-ROM conforming to the HFS (Hierarchical File
System) used by Macintosh Mac OS.
• Hybrid CD-ROM
This is a CD-ROM containing a mixture of ISO9660 format
files and HFS format files.
• Mixed Mode CD
This is a CD-ROM containing both data files and audio files
on the one disc.
Mixed Mode CD is a standard developed for personal computer use so the audio files on the CD cannot be played
with CD players that do not support Mixed Mode CD.
• CD Extra (Enhanced CD)
This differs from Mixed Mode CD in that the audio files are
followed on the disc by data files. CD Extra was standardized by Sony and Philips to allow the audio files to be played
with an audio CD player and the data files to be read by a
personal computer.
Multi-Session
When data is written on a CD-R disc, the data written from
the time writing starts until the time writing finishes is regarded
as a bundle called a session. The Track at Once Method allows data to be added to a single disc one track at a time,
with each recording of a track being a single session.
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The term multisession refers to the method of recording the
data for two or more sessions on a single disc. We recommend that this unit be used for up to 10 sessions.
Glossary
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Handling the RC-823 Remote Control Unit
Removing the battery insulation sheet
Operation
If an insulation sheet is attached to the remote control unit,
make sure to remove the insulation sheet before use. In this
case, the batteries will already be inside and can be used
immediately.
Operate while facing towards the sensor of the main unit.
Precautions on battery use
MP3/WMA
mode
Radio mode
CD mode
Seek tuning
Preset scan**
Scan play
Scan play
Scan play
Folder scan** Disc scan**
CDC mode Aux
Volume up/down
Folder up
Folder down Disc down
2.
3.
Push A in the direction of the arrow while holding B and
pull out.
Confirm that the (+) (-) terminals are correctly aligned
and insert the lithium battery (CR2025).
Push in the battery case until a “click” can be heard.
Remote control
unit rear surface
Lithium battery
(CR2025)
Warning
Use the lithium batteries properly
(1) Never recharge, short circuit, disassemble, modify, heat
or place in fire. This may result in fire, generation of heat
or explosion.
(2) Place batteries out of reach of infants. If accidentally swallowed, consult a physician immediately.
(3) Use tape to insulate whenever disposing or storing batteries. Contact with metals or other batteries may result in
fire or explosion.
Caution
Preset select
Inserting Batteries
1.
Disc up
Seek tuning
Insulation Sheet
Always use lithium batteries (CR2025).
Track search Track search Track search
Band select Cue/Review* Cue/Review* Cue/Review*
Travel store**
* Press and hold
** Press and hold for 2 seconds
Switching the Source
Properly align the battery (+) (-) terminals
• Improper handling of batteries may cause fluid leakage or
explosions and may result in damage to the device or injury.
Align the battery (+) (-) terminals correctly.
• Do not leave the remote control unit in high temperature
such as from direct sunlight. It results in the deformation of
the case, leakage of battery acid, and so on.
• Do not expose remote to water, damage may result.
The mode will switch each time the SRC button is pressed.
Radio
CD
CDC or AUX
Direct Access
B
For direct access during radio mode or CDC mode, use the
following operations.
Battery case
A
➜
hold for
2 seconds
(Direct access mode)
or
,
(select)
➜
(set)
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Installations
Mounting Strap Use
3. Attaching the Mounting Strap to the underside of the
dash board, using screw.
Attach the back of the unit to the Mounting Strap using the support stem bolt and hardware.
Sleeve
Bushing, Locking Mounting Strap Release
Screw
screw
and Screw
Keys
If your car has no accessory position on the
ignition key switch (POWER SELECT switch)
The illumination on the front panel is factory-set to be turned
on even when the unit is not being played. However, this setting may cause some car battery wear if your car has no accessory position on the ignition key switch. To avoid this battery
wear, set the POWER SELECT switch located on the bottom
of the unit to the B position, then press the RESET button.
The illumination is reset to stay off while the unit is not being
played.
Precautions
• Be sure to detach the front panel before you start installing the unit.
• Choose the mounting location carefully so that the unit will
not interfere with the normal driving operations of the driver.
• Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and
secure installation.
• When mounting the unit in a car, keep the unit as level as
possible. If the unit must be mounted at an angle, due to the
design of the vehicle, make sure that the unit does not tilt
upward by more than 30°.
• Turn-off Demo mode before use.
Reset button
Press the reset button with the point of
a sharp object such as a ball-point pen.
Bushing Use
3. As shown in the figure below, securely fasten the
screw, which has been inserted into the bushing to
the rear of the set.
Fire wall
POWER SELECT SWITCH
(Located on the bottom of the unit)
Change the position with a jeweler’s screwdriver, etc.
A : Your car has an accessory position on the ignition
switch.
B : Your car has no accessory position on the ignition
switch.
Be sure to press the reset button after changing the
switch and connecting the lines.
Mounting Example
Installation in the dashboard.
1.
2.
Install the sleeve in the dashboard.
Select and bend the appropriate tabs to hold the sleeve
firmly in place.
The distance to the fire wall varies due to the type of the car. Be
sure to secure the unit by properly inserting the bushing.
Note
If set to the B position, demonstration mode will be eliminated.
Caution
Insufficient fastening of the
screw may cause some CD’s to
skip.
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Supplied Mounting Hardware
Connections
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For connection to optional
CD changer or AUX-IN cable #7 607 897 093
Connection procedure
Warning
• To prevent short circuit, remove the key from the ignition
and disconnect the battery’s (–) terminal.
• This unit is designed for negative ground 12 V DC operation
only. You can not use it for 24 V or other types of car batteries.
ANTENNA SOCKET
Connection procedure
ANTENNA PLUG
In the case of a 2-speaker system,
tape the ends of unconnected
terminals to prevent short circuit
Caution
4-speaker System
• DO NOT connect any speaker wires to the metal body or
chassis of the vehicle.
• DO NOT connect the speaker common (–) wires to each
other.
• Connect each speaker wire directly to each speaker terminal.
• All speaker common (–) wires must remain floating.
ie. No common connections or connection to vehicle grd.
• Connect each pair of speaker leads only to a single speaker
(or speaker system) that has an impedance of least 4 ohms,
as well as 50-watt power-handling capability.
• Do not connect speaker leads to any inputs on external
amplifiers. This will cause damage to the internal amplifier
of this unit.
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9
10
Make sure the car’s ignition key has been removed.
Disconnect the negative (–) terminal of the car’s battery.
Connect the wiring harness wires in the following
order : Ground wire (Black), +12V Constant Power
Supply (Yellow), +12V Accessory/Switched (Red) and
Power Antenna/Amplifier Turn On (Blue), and tape
each so they do not come in contact with each other.
Connect the speaker wires of the wiring harness.
Connect the car’s antenna terminal to the antenna
socket of the unit.
Connect the detachable wire harness to the unit.
Reconnect the negative (–) terminal of the car’s battery.
Start the car’s engine.
Make sure the unit operates properly.
Defeat Demo mode. (See page 7.)
2-speaker System
(White)
(White/Black)
(Gray)
(Gray/Black)
(Green)
(Green/Black)
(Violet
(Violet/Black)
(White)
Front Left
Speaker
Front Right
Speaker
Rear Left
Speaker
Rear Right
Speaker
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Left
Speaker
(Gray)
(Gray/Black)
Right
Speaker
(Green)
(Green/Black)
(Violet
(Violet/Black)
Do Not
Connect
Do Not
Connect
+12V Constant Power Supply (Yellow)
+12V Accessory/Switched (Red)
Ground Wire (Black)
Power Antenna/Amplifier Turn On (Blue)
Preamp Out/Line Out Connections
• Since this unit has Line Level Outputs, you can use an amplifier to upgrade your vehicle stereo system.
RCA Line-out Jacks
External Amplifier
External Amplifier
PREOUT PREOUT
REAR
FRONT SUBOUT
L
R
Sub-Woofer
Rear Speaker
Front Speaker
RCA Line-out Jacks
• Connect a patch cable (not supplied) from the White and Red RCA line output jacks of the unit to the line input terminals of
the external amplifier.
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Replacing the Fuse
Returning to the Initial Settings
Removing the Unit
If the fuse is blown, check the power connection first and then
replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again under normal conditions, the unit may be defective.
When the reset button is pressed, the microcomputer of the
unit returns to the initial settings. If the display window is not
properly shown or the unit malfunctions, press the reset button with the point of a sharp object such as a ball-point pen.
Use the supplied release keys when you need to remove the
unit from the car.
Insert the “ TOP R ’’and “ TOP L ’’of the release keys on the
right and left position until it clicks respectively, to remove the
unit.
Note
Back of the unit
• Remember to defeat Demo mode. (See page 7.)
Warning
Use only a fuse with the specified amperage (10 A).
Use of another type of fuse can result in a fire or unit damage.
Reset button
As shown in the figure below, push the plate spring firmly to
remove the release keys.
Cleaning the Connectors
If the connectors of the unit and the front panel are contaminated, malfunctions may occur.
Detach the front panel and clean the connectors with an alcohol dampened cotton swab as shown below.
Notes
Main unit
Back of the front panel
• Handle the release keys carefully to avoid injuring your fingers.
• Keep the release keys in a safe place for future use.
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Maintenance
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Troubleshooting Guide
The following check will assist in the correction of most problems which you may encounter with your unit. Before going
through the check list below, refer back to the connection and
operating procedures.
Trouble
• Memorized stations and
correct time are erased.
• The fuse has blown.
• Radio works when the ignition key is the ON, ACC and
OFF positions.
• No power is being supplied
to the unit.
• The power is continuously
supplied to the unit.
Trouble
MP3 Files cannot
be played.
General
Cause/Solution
Leads are not matched
correctly with the car’s
accessory power
connector.
Check wiring for short
circuits.
The car doesn't have an
ACC position.
Folder Name/File
Name is not correctly displayed.
Radio reception
Trouble
Cause/Solution
Preset stations are not receivable.
The broadcast signal is too
weak.
Seek tuning is not possible.
The broadcast signal is
too weak. → Use manual
tuning.
Travel Store feature does not
complete storing of six stations.
Not enough broadcast frequencies are receivable.
Also make sure that antenna is connected, extended and dry
inside.
If the above mentioned solutions do not help to improve the
situation, consult your nearest Blaupunkt dealer or in the
United States call 1-800-266-2528 for technical assistance,
parts and service. Call 1-800-950-2528 for dealer referral or
to request product brochure.
CD Player Troubleshooting
MP3 File Play Troubleshooting
Cause/Solution
• Write MP3 files with the extension
“.mp3” to disc.
• Ensure that files other than MP3
files do not have the extension
“.mp3”.
• Use discs conforming to ISO9660
level 1/2.
• Confir m that the disc is not
scratched or dirty, and that it is not
upside down.
• Use a disc conforming to ISO9660
level 1/2.
• The name contains characters that
could not be handled by the software
used to write the files. Refer to the
instruction manual for the software
and use only characters that can be
handled by the software.
ID3-Tag is not displayed.
• Record conforming with ID3-Tag
v1.0/1.1/2.2 or 2.3.
Time elapses before an MP3 file is
played.
• As this unit initially checks all files
on the disc, some time may be required before it can start playing a
file if the disc contains many files or
folders or many folder levels.
MP3 files are not
played in order.
• The files were not written by the write
software in the desired playback order.
Prefix digits such as “00”...”99" to the
file names. For details refer to the instruction manual for the write software.
When problems occur with CD playback, an error message
appears in the display window.
Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the
suggested corrective action. If the “SLED ERROR” appears,
return unit to your nearest Blaupunkt dealer.
Message
Possible cause
LD/EJ ERROR
Loading/eject error. Press the EJECT
button and then
reinsert the disc.
SERVO ERROR Mechanical error.
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Eject and then reinsert
the disc.
TOC ERROR
The disc is dirty,
reversed or not
recorded etc.
Check the disc and
replace with a proper
disc.
FILE ERROR
File read failure.
Reinsert the disc.
The disc does not contain
music files or the file
extensions are missing.
Add the extension “.mp3”
or “.wma”.
COMM ERROR Communication
Reinsert the disc.
error.
• When the disc can not be inserted, press the EJECT button
(See page 2.) and try inserting the disc again. Alternatively,
press the Reset button (See page 21.) and try inserting the
disc again.
• If the disc does not eject after the EJECT button is pressed,
press the Reset button and then press the EJECT button
again.
• CD-R/RW: Quality of the blanks can & do effect the general
operation of the CD player.
• After market CD-R/RW labels: The quality of these labels
vary greatly, and can result in difficulties ejecting a disc using such labels.
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Specifications
GENERAL
Message
Possible cause
NO MAGAZINE
A magazine is not Insert a magazine.
inserted.
: Approx. 178 mm × 50 mm × 155 mm
(W × H × D)
Power requirements : 12 volts DC car battery
(negative ground)
Output Power
: 50 watts × 4 channels
Output Wiring
: Floating-ground type designed for 4
speaker use.
RCA low-level outputs (4 channels).
Output Impedance : Compatible with 4-8 ohm speakers.
Low - Level Output : 4 V including Sub Out.
Remote Control
: RC-823 Credit Card Remote
NO DISC
A disc is not
inserted.
Insert a disc.
TUNER
CD ERROR
The disc is
reversed.
Check and reinsert the
disc correctly.
When problems should develop while operating CD changer,
an error message appears in the display window.
Refer to the table below to identify the problem, then take the
suggested corrective action. If the error persists or “MECHA
ERR” or “09 ERROR” appears, contact your nearest
Blaupunkt dealer.
Recommended action
COMM ERROR C o m m u n i c a t i o n Check connections to
error.
TEMP ERR
the changer.
Excessive tem- The error sign will go off
perature conditions and play will resume
at the CD changer. when the temperature to
a normal range.
Dimensions
Tuning Range
Sensitivity
FM
Stereo Separation
: AM
FM
: AM
FM
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CD Changer Troubleshooting
530 - 1,710 kHz (10 kHz step)
87.5 - 107.9 MHz (200 kHz step)
20 µV
9.1 dBf mono sensitivity
: 40 dB
CD PLAYER
Frequency
Response
S/N Ratio
Wow & Flutter
: 20 - 20,000 Hz
: 98 dB
: Below the measurable limit
MP3 PLAYER
MP3 decoding
FORMAT
Capability (Disk)
: MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3
: ISO9660
: 700MB
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High-Power FM/AM/CD/MP3 Receiver with Detachable Face
Autoradio FM/AM à Lecteur CD/MP3 de Forte Puissance et à Face Amovible
Receptor FM/AM/Reproductor de CD/MP3 de Alta Potencia y con Panel Extraíble
Rádio FM/AM/CD/MP3 de Alta Potência
com Face Removível
FRANÇAIS
SAN JOSE MP41
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Important Notice
Prior to Installation, “Demo
Mode” should be defeated.
See page 7.
Issue date 08-01
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Sales Group —
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2800 South 25th Avenue,
Broadview, Illinois 60155
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With some CD-R and CD-RW media,
data may not be properly written depending on their manufacturing quality. In this case, data may not also be
reproduced correctly. We recommend
the media manufactured by the following companies:
CD-R Media
Avec certains CD-R et CD-RW, les
don&es peuvent ne pas &re &rites
correctement en raison de la qualit de
fabrication. Dans ce cas, les donn6es
ne seront pas non plus reproduites
correctement. Nous recommandons
I’utilisation de supports des soci&s
suivantes :
TDK USA Corp., TaiyoYuden (U.S.A.), CD-R
Inc., Ricoh Corporation,
Eastman
Kodak Company, Maxell Corporation of
America, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc.,
Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., Sony Corporation of America, Philips Electronics
North America Corporation, lmation
Corp.
CD-RWMedia
TDK USA Corp., Ricoh Corporation,
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
Several types of CD-R and CD-RW
media are available, such as 2X and
1X-4X. Please read the instruction
manuals of the drive and the recording
software you are using to select the
right media.
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TDK USA Corp., TaiyoYuden (U.S.A.),
Inc., Ricoh Corporation, Eastman Kodak Company, Maxell Corporation of
America, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc.,
Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., Sony Corporation of America, Philios Electronics
North America Corpokation, lmation
Par-p.
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CD-RW
TDK USA Corp., Ricoh Corporation,
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
Es posible que con ciertos discos CDR y CD-RW, 10s datos no se escriban
correctamente dependiendo de su calidad de fabricacibn. En estos cases 10s
datos no se reproducen correctamente. Recomendamos 10s discos fabricados por las empresas siguientes:
Discos CD-R
TDK USA Corp., Taiyo Yuden (U.S.A.),
Inc., Ricoh Corporation, Eastman Kodak
Company, Maxell Corporation of America,
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Fuji
Photo Film U.S.A., Inc., Mitsui Chemicals,
Inc., Sony Corporation of America, Philips
Electronics North America Corporation,
lmation Corn
Discos CD RW
TDK USA Corp., Ricoh Corporation,
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
Hay disponibles varios tipos de discos
CD-R y CD-RW, coma por eiemplo de
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1X-4X. Pour selectionner le support, y del software de grabaci6n que est6
veuillez lire le mode d’emploi du let- utilizando para seleccionar el tipo de
teur et du logiciel d’enregistrement que discos correcto.
vous utilisez.
Corn algumas m6dias em CD-R e CDRW, dados podem n2o ser adequadamente gravados, conforme a sua
qualidade de fabrica@o. Em tais cases,
OSdados podem tambern t-60 se reproduzirem correctamente. N6.s recomendamos as medias fabricadas pelas
seguintes empresas:
MBdia em CD-R
TDK USA Corp., Taiyo Yuden (E.U.A.),
Inc., Ricoh Corporation, Eastman Kodak
Company, Maxell Corporation of America,
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Fuji
Photo Film U.S.A., Inc., Mitsui Chemicals,
Inc., Sony Corporation of America, Philips
Electronics North America Corporation,
lmation Corp
Media em C D-RW
TDK USA Corp., Fiicoh Corporation,
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
Varies tipos de media em CD-R e C:DRW estgo disponiveis, tais coma 2X e
1X-4X. Leia OS manuais de instru@es
do drive e do software de grava@o que
estiver a utilizar para seleccionar a
media correcta.
Limited Warranty (United States)
Robert Bosch Corporation warrants new Blaupunkt car audio products it distributes in the United States through
authorized Blaupunkt dealers, or which are imported as original vehicle equipment by the automobile manufacturer, to be
free from defects in material and workmanship, in accordance with the following:
For twelve (12) months after delivery to you, the original consumer purchaser, we will repair or at our option replace at no
charge to you any car audio product which, under normal conditions of use and service, proves to be defective in
materials or workmanship. However, this warranty does not cover expenses incurred in the removal or reinstallation of
any car audio product, whether or not proven defective, and does not cover products not purchased from an authorized
Blaupunkt dealer. This warranty is limited to the original consumer purchaser and is not transferable. Repaired and
replacement car audio products shall assume the identity of the original for purpose of this warranty and this warranty
shall not be extended with respect to such products.
To obtain performance of this warranty, contact the nearest Blaupunkt authorized repair facility or our nearest office. A
dated purchase receipt or other proof that the product is within the warranty period will be required in order to honoryour
claim. Carefully pack the unit and ship prepaid to the servicing location. For further information, write to the Robert Bosch
Corporation, 2800 South 25th Avenue, Broadview, Illinois, 60155, attention Blaupunkt Customer Service Department or
call l-800-266-2528.
Specifically excluded from this warranty are failures caused by misuse, neglect, abuse, improper operation or installation,
dropping or damaging a radio faceplate, unauthorized service or parts, or failure to follow maintenance instructions or
perform normal maintenance activities. Normal maintenance activities for car audio products include but are not limited
to cleaning, such as cleaning radio faceplate connectors and tape heads, tape player head demagnetization and tape
player lubrication, compact disc and lens cleaning, and other minor maintenance activities and adjustments that are
outlined in the owner’s manual or that are normally required for continued proper operation. Also excluded from this
warranty is the correction of improper installation and the elimination of any external electromagnetic interference.
This warranty sets forth your exclusive remedies with respect to the products covered by it. We shall not be liable for any
incidental, consequential, special or punitive damages arising from the sale or use of any Blaupunkt car audio products,
whether such claim is in contract or tort. No attempt to alter, modify, or amend this warranty shall be effective unless
authorized in writing by an officer of Robert Bosch Corporation.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY IMPLIED BY LAW, WHETHER FOR MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE ANJ SHALL BE EFFECTIVE ONLY FOR THE PERIOD THAT THIS EXPRESS
WARRANT-Y IS EFFECTIVE.
In the event any provision, or any part or portion of this warranty shall be held invalid, void or otherwise unenforceable,
such holding shall not affect the remaining part or portions of that provision or any other provision hereof.
NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA OWNERS
If your Blaupunkt car audio product needs warranty repair service and there is no authorized service center reasonably
close to you, you can return the defective unit to the dealer from whom you purchased it, or you can return it to any
dealer who sells Blaupunkt car audio products. The dealer may, at the dealer’s option, replace, repair or refund the
purchase price for any Blaupunkt car audio products which prove defective under conditions of normal use. If the dealer
fails to repair, replace, or partially refund your money, you may take your Blaupunkt car audio product to any repair shop
and they can repair your unit at our expense unless the repair cost exceeds the depreciated value of the unit, but you
must contact Blaupunkt to receive authorization to do this before your car audio product is repaired.
ROBERT BOSCH CORPORATION
BLAUPUNKT CUSTOMER SERVICE
2800 SOUTH 25TH AVENUE
BROADVIEW, IL 60155
TEL: I-800-266-2528
28807621
Bosch
Group
Warranty No.
BLAUPUNKT
LIMITED WARRANTY
(CANADA)
SUBJECT TO THE LIMITATIONS AND CONDITIONS SET OUT BELOW, Robert Bosch Inc.
(“Robert Bosch”) warrants the replacement of Blaupunkt car radio accessories, and the repw or
replacement of Blaupunkt car radios or car radio parts, which, under normal conditions of use or
servce, are found to be defectwe in materials and/or workmanship withtn twelve (12) months from
the date of installation by an authorized Blaupunkt dealer of Robert Bosch.
FOR GREATER CERTAINTY, THIS BLAUPUNKT LIMITED WARRANTY IS SUBJECT TO
THE FOLLOWING LIMITATIONS AND CONDITIONS:
1
For purposes of thas warranty, a Blaupunkt car radio accessory IS a product which enhances,
or IS dependent upon, the operation of a Blaupunkt car radio but does not form an integral part
thereof and may be purchased Independently of the car radio unit.
2 With the exception of labour costs incurred I” connection with the removal or lnstallatlon of car
radios and accessories and related actuttes. defective accessories will be replaced, and car
radios or car radio parts WIII be repaxed or replaced by a lkke Item by an authorized Blaupunkt
warranty sewce depot or &homed
Blaupunkt dealer, free of labour costs related to such
replacement or repar.
3. Ti& warranty do& not apply to car radios and car radio parts and accessones supplied by
Robert Bosch to manufacturers for tnstallation in their oroducts as oriainal ewoment. Such
manufacturers may, in some cases, provide warranty cbverage for a God dikekent than that
provided herein.
4. This warranty is limited to Blaupunkt car radios and car radio parts and accessories installed in
a motor vehicle by an authorized Blaupunkt warranty servfce depot or authorzed Blaupunkt
dealer and to Blaupunkt car radios and accessones !n a motor vehicle, the tnstallation of which
has been approved by an authowed
Blaupunkt warranty serwce depot or authorized
Blaupunkt dealer.
5. Specifically excluded from this warranty are car radios and car radio parts and accessones
which have been rendered defective by mwse, negkgence, modification or abuse, by
mproper installation, appkcatton, operation or removal, by unauthorwed service or the use of
unauthorized parts Also excluded from this warranty are parts which are subject to
replacement due to normal wear and tear, normal maintenance to the tape portion of car
radios such as cleaning, head demagnetlzatlon, lubrication and other minor adjustments and
sew~ce required to ellmlnate any elect0magnetic
Interference.
6. A claim under this warranty can only be made by the original customer within twelve (12)
months of the date of lnstallatlon of the car radio accessory, as the case may be, and is
contingent upon the presentation of the attached warranty &tificate
counter&gned by an
authorized Blauounkt dealer of Robert Bosch wdhln ten (10) davs of the said installation date.
7 This warranty 18 not transferable by the orlgtnal consumer to sibsequent owners, “or does It
apply to car radio replacement parts.
6. To the extent allowed by the law of the junsdictlon I” which the Blaupunkt car radio or car radio
accessories are purchased. this warranty sets out the only remedies available to the onglnal
consumer with respect to the car radio or car radio parts or accessones owned by him. This
warranty constitutes the entare agreement between Robert Bosch and the origlnal consumer.
The only representations, oral or written, concernIn the Blaupunkt car radios or car radio
parts or accessones which are binding on Robert Bosch are the written representations
contained !n this warranty N&her Robert Bosch nor its affiliated companies shall be liable for
lnadental or consequential damages which may result from defective car radios or car radio
parts or accessories or from the defectwe lnstallatlon thereof, whether or not due to the
negltgence of Robert Bosch. This warranty applies only to Blaupunkt car radios and car radio
parts and accessories and does not cover any other motor vehicle parts.
IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES
AND
9. THIS WARRANTY
CONDITIONS.
ANY WARRANTY OR CONDITION
IMPLIED BY LAW, WHETHER OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, IS
LIMITED TO THE PERIOD THAT THIS EXPRESS WARRANTY IS EFFECTIVE and no
attempt to alter, modify or amend this warranty shall be effectwe unless authorlzec in wriiing by
an ofhcer of Robert Bosch.
10 Some junsdatlons do not allow the lmposttion of limltatlon pertods on a warranty’s duration,
nor do they condone the exclusion of incIdental or consequential damages. You may therefore
have other rights which vary between junsdlctlons and you may have additional legal rights
against persons other than Robert Bosch.
11 Robert Bosch reserves the right to examane car radios and car radio parts and accessories
alleged to be defective on materials and/or workmanship to determine the nature and cause of
such defect and Its decwon an this regard shall be final. Robert Bosch also reserves the right
to decide between repaar and replacement.
12 To obtain the benefits of warranty coverage contact the nearest authorized Blaupunkt warranty
serwe depot or authorized Blaupunkt dealer. InformatIon as to the lxatlon of the nearest
authorized Blaupunkt warranty service depot or authorized Blaupunkt dealer may be obtalned
by contacting (905) 890.1033.
EFFECTIVE the 1st day of January, 1997
Warranty No.
WARRANTY
CERTIFICATE
INSTALLATION OR INSTALLATION APPROVAL DATE
day of
20COUNTERSIGNED BY AUTHORIZED DEALER OF THE BLAUPUNKT CAR
RADIO DIVISION OF ROBERT BOSCH INC.
this
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Garantie N
GARANTIE
LIMITliE
DE BLAUPUNKT
(CANADA)
SOUS RESERVE DES LIMITES ET CONDITIONS
Cl-APRCS, Robert Bosch Inc. (“Robert
Bosch”) garantlt le remplacement des acceswires de radios d’autos Bhupunkt et la &par&n
ou le
remplacement des radios d’autos ou des pi&es de radios d’autos Bbupunkt qui, en conditions
normales d’utiksation ou de service, deviennent dUectueux quant B leur mat&iel eUou B leur
fabrication dans les douze (12) mois de la date d’installation par un marchand Blaupunkt autoris& de
Robert Bosch.
POUR PLUS DE CERTITUDE, LA PR&ENTE GARANTIE LIMITEE DE BLAUPUNKT EST
SOUMISE AUX LIMITES ET CONDITIONS SUIVANTES :
Aux fins de la pr&ente garantie, un accessoire de radio d’auto Bbupunkt est un prcduit qui
rehausse le fonctionnement d’une radio d’auto Blaupunkt ou qui en d+end. mais qui n’en fait
pas partie &grate
et que lion peut acheter indgpendamment de celle-ci.
2. A I’exceptlon des frais de main-d’oeuvre se rapportant B la depose ou B la pose des radios
d’autos et de leurs accessoires et aux activtt& connexes, les accessoires dbfectueux seront
rempla&s et les radios d’autos ou leurs accesso~res seront r+ar&
ou remplac&s par un
article semblable par un d&pBt de service Blaupunkt autorid ou un marchand Blaupunkt
autoris6, saris frais de mawd’oeuvre pour ledit remplacement ou ladiie r@aration.
3. La pr&ente garantie ne s’appltque pas aux radios &autos, aux pieces et accessoires de
radios d’autos fournis par Robert Bosch aux constructeurs pour installation dans leurs
products canme Quipements d’origine. Lesdlts fabricants pew&,
dans certains cas, fournir
une garantie pour une p&de diff&ente de celle que pr&oient les prtrsentes.
4. La pr&ente garantie est limit& aux radaos d’autos, aux pieces et accessoires de radios
d’autos Blaupunkt install& dans un vbhicule automobile par un d&x% de service Blaupunkt
auto&
ou un marchand de radios d’autos et d’accessaires Blaupunkt autoris&, dent la&e
mstallation a 8th approuv& par un d&p& de service Blaupunkt atori&
ou un marchand
Blaupunkt autoris8.
5. Sent sp&ciflquement exclus de la p&en@ garantie les radios d’autos et les p&es et
accessoires de radios d’autos rendus d&fectueux par maw& usage, n@ligence, modficatlon
ou abus, par une Installation, une utilisation, un fonctionnement ou une d&pose incorrect, par
un entretien non autorid ou I’usage de pi&es non autori&s.
Sent &alement exctues de la
pr&sente garantie les pieces B remplacer par suite d’usure normale. pour I’entretien normal B
la partie magn&phone
des radios d’autos comme le nettoyage, la d&magnWsation des t&s,
la lubrification ou les autres rbglages et serwces mineurs pour bliminer I’interf&ence
Blectromagn&lque.
6. Toute r&lamation aux termes de la prdsente garantie ne peut Qre faite que par I’acheteur
original dans les douze (12) moms de la date de la pose de la radio d’auto ou de ses
access&s,
selon le MS, et dolt etre accompagnC du c&&at
de garantie contresignb par
un marchand Blaupunkt auto&
de Robert Bosch dans les dix (10) jours de ladite date
d’installation.
7. La pr&ente garantie n’est pas cessible par I’acheteur orlginal aux propri&aires sub&quents
et elle ne s’appllque pas aux pl&ces de rechange de radios d’autos.
6. Dans la limite oh le permet la loi de la juridiction ob la radio d’auto ou les accessoires de radios
d’autos Blaupunkt sent achet&+. la pr&ente garantie &urn&e les seuls recours off&s B
I’acheteur original en r?ppai avec la radio d’auto ou les pi&&% ou accessoires de radios
d’autos ache& par lui. La pr&,ente garantie constitue I’entente t&ale entre Robert Bosch et
I’acheteur original. Les seules repr&entations,
verb&s ou &rites. concernant les radios
d’autos ou les pi&es ou accesscires de radios d’autos Blaupunkt qui engagent Robert Bosch
sent celles que contiennent les p&entes.
Ni Robert Bosch ni ses compagnies affili&s ne
scant responsables des dommages incidents et indirects qui peuvent subvenir B la suite de la
d&fectuosit& des radios d’autos ou de leurs pi&es ou accessoires ou de la d~fectuosit~ de
leur pose, quelle soit ou non due Q la n&$igence de Robert Bosch. La p&ante garantie
s’applique seulement aux radios d’autos et aux pi&es et acceseoires de radios d’autos
Blaupunkt et ne couvre aucune autre pi&e de v&hicules automobiles.
TIENT LIEU DE TOUTES AUTRES GARANTIES
ET
9. LA PRCSENTE GARANTIE
CONDITIONS EXPLICITES. TOUTE GARANTIE OU CONDITION DCCOULANT DE LOI,
OUANT A LA QUALITC
MARCHANDE
OU A LA CONVENANCE
A UNE FIN
PARTICULIARE
OU TOUTE AUTRE GARANTIE OUCONDITION,
SE LIMITE A LA
PERlODE A LAQUELLE &TEND
LA PRCSENTE GARANTIE EXPLICITE et aucune
alt&at~on.mcdiication ou changement B la p&en&
garantie n’est valable saris I’autotisation
Cnte d’un responsable de Robert Bosch.
10. Ceriaines ]uridictions ne permetient ljas de limiter la d&e des garanties ni d’exclure les
dommages lncldents ou IndIrects. Vous pouvez done, selon la jundiction oti vous habiiez. avoir
des droits suppl&mentaires et posdder des recours juridiques contre des personnes a&es
que Robert Bosch.
11. RobertBosch se &we
le drat d’examiner les radios d’autos et les pi&es et accessoires de
radios d’autos que I’on dlt dhfectueuses quant H leur mat&l effou B leur fabrication et sa
decision B ce sujet est saris appel. Robert Bosch se r&serve aussi le drolt de dkider entre la
r&par&n et le remplacement.
12 Pour obtenir ax&cution des obllgatuxw de la garantie, communiquer avec le d+% de service
ou le marchand Blaupunkt autorid le plus pr&s. On peat en obtenir le nom et I’adresse en
t&phonant H (514) 687.6311.
1.
EN VIGUEUR le 1e ,our ,anwer, 1997
Garantle N’
CERTIFICAT DE GARANTIE
DATE DE LA POSE OU DE CAPPROBATION DE LA POSE:
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RADIOS D’AUTOS BLAUPUNKT DE ROBERT BOSCH INC.
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Bosch Group
Please send other correspondence to:
Robert Bosch Corporation Sales Group
Blaupunkt - Mobile Communications Division
2800 S. 25th Ave.
Broadview, IL 60155
Bosch Group
BENEFITS REGISTRATION
PO BOX 1265
DENVER CO 8020 1- 1265
DEPARTMENT
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First Name:
4. Miss q
Initial:
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Last Name:
Address: (Number and Street)
City:
Phone #:
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Store Name:
Where did you make your purchase?
3. IJ Superstore
I, 0 Car audio store
2. 0 Automobile dealer 4. 0 Department store
S. 0 Catalogue/mail order
6. q Other
Check the two (2) most important reasons you chose Blaupunkt over the competition:
11. 0 Blaupunkt Reputation
6. 0 Styling/Appearance
I .O Friend/Family recommendation
12. •i Detachable Face
7. Cl Tuner quality/features
2.0 Salesperson recommendation
13. Cl Magazine review
8. El Blaupunkt warranty
3.0 Tape player quality/features
14. 0 Value for price
9. Cl Convenient installation
4.0 CD player quality/features
15.
0 Other (Desmbe m comments)
IO. q Sound quality
5.0 Ease of use/location of controls
In what vehicle will this Blaupunkt product be installed?
Model:
Make:
example. Ford
example:
Mustang
_ Year: ~ I ~8
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example: 1965
How did you first learn about Blaupunkt?
IL, Including vourself, what is the total number of
5. Cl Radio ad
I .O Friend/relative
people living in your household?
2.0 Salesperson
6. 0 Newspaper ad
(EXAMPLES.
01, 02, 03, 04 _....)
3.0 Magazme article 7. 0 Magazine ad
4.0 In-store di\pla)
8. 0 Not sure
,$1:8 NOT including vourself, what are the AGES of
When did you make your decision on which
other people living in your household?
model to buy? I. Cl Before coming to the store
Aee (in vears,
7. q At the store
What brand was your second choice?
Male:
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II. q Sony
I. 0 Alpine
6. q JVC
2. 0 Audiovox 7.0 Kenwood 12. 0 Other
Female:
8. q Panasonic 13. Cl None
3. q Clarion
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4. q Eclipse
9.0 Pioneer
I: ;;’ Marital Status: 1.O Married
2.0
Single
5. q Jensen IO. 0 Rockford-Fosgate
Who installed this product?
1i”-” Which best describesyour family income?
I.0 Under $15,000
5. q $50,ooo-$74,999
I .Cl Store where the product was purchased
4. Cl Independentinstaller
2.0 $15,000-$24,999 6. 0 $75,000-$99,999
2.0 I did it myself
3.0 Friend or relative 5. 0 Other
3.0 $25,ooO-$34,999 7. 0 $lOO,ooO-149,999
4.0 $35,GK-$49,999 8. q Over $15O,ooO
Which of these products do you plan to buy
in the future? (check all that apply)
a 9 Which best describesyour family inaxne?
1.0 None
4. Cl Amplifier 6. Cl Equalizer
1.lJ Purchasedclothes through the mail?
2.0 Front speakers 5. 0 Subwoofer7. 0 CDchanger
2.0 Purchasedgifts through the mail?
3.0 RearsweE
speakers
3.17 Worked in your garden?
4.0 Traveled on vacation?
Dateofyourhii
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5.0 Purchaseda PC or PC software?
MO”dl
Day
Year
6.0 Purchasedtwo or more books?
Education (Pleasecheck which category applies):
7.0 Purchasedcassettes/CDs?
1.0 High School
3. 0 Completed College
8.0 Donated to wildlife/environmental causes?
4. Cl Graduate School
9.0 Donated to charities
2. q Some College
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Comments:
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benefits, you must complete
70 days of purchase.
Insurance Referral
Warranty Confirmation
Ownership Registration
Your responses will also help us refine and enhance our products and
marketing programs.
We greatly appreciate and value your input, and are
pleased to provide you with the above benefits.
Warranty
Details - Refer to your radio’s warranty.
Service information
Robert Bosch Corporation Sales Group
Blaupunkt - Mobile Communications Division
2800 S. 25th Ave.
- Please contact us at:
l-800-266-2528
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keep the model number, warranty (serial)
number, and date of purchase of your new Blaupunkt radio on file to help you
refer to this information in the event of an insurance claim, such as if the car is stolen.
@ Warranty Confirmation
- Your prompt registration confirms your
rights to the protection available under the terms and conditions of your Blaupunkt
warranty.
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guarantee that you will be notified by Blaupunkt of any issues that arise
concerning this product.
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