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Blaupunkt HEILBRONN RCC 24 Operating instructions
Operating instructions
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Contents
Short description .......................... 15
Important information .................. 17
What you need to know! ....................... 17
Traffic safety ......................................... 17
Installation/connection .......................... 17
Anti-theft coding ........................... 17
Wrong code number entered ................ 17
Switching the code system on .............. 18
Restart following interruption of power
supply .................................................... 18
Switching the code system off .............. 18
Optical indication of theft protection ...... 18
Radio operation with RDS ........... 19
Tape operation .............................. 23
AF - Alternative Frequency ................... 19
REG - Regional ..................................... 19
Selecting a station ................................. 19
Automatic seek tuning ....................... 19
Manual seek tuning ........................... 19
Adjusting the seek tuning sensitivity ..... 20
Stereo - mono switch (FM) .................... 20
Changing the memory bank (FM) ......... 20
Storing stations ..................................... 20
Storing the strongest stations automatically with Travelstore ...................... 20
Recalling stored stations ....................... 21
Sampling stored stations briefly
with Preset Scan ................................... 21
Sampling stations briefly
with Radio Scan .................................... 21
Inserting a tape ..................................... 23
Care of your audio equipment ............... 23
Reception of traffic announcements with RDS-EON ................... 22
Priority of traffic announcements
ON/OFF ................................................ 22
Warning beep ........................................ 22
Switching the warning beep off .......... 22
Automatic seek tuning start ................... 22
Adjusting the volume for traffic
messages and warning beep ................ 22
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DSC programming ........................ 23
Survey of DSC default settings ............. 24
Appendix ....................................... 24
Technical data ....................................... 24
down in
short steps
When “CODE” lights up in the display,
read chapter “Anti-theft coding” first.
SCAN
Hold down for approximately 1 second
to sample all stations to be received.
up in
short steps
down
Extra functions:
Coding:
Enter code and confirm
with .
DSC mode:
Select and program DSC
settings.
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Seek tuning
Volume
5 FF
FF – Fast Forward
Start/stop: Press button briefly
Press button to eject the tape.
6 Cassette slot
Insert tape (side A or 1 facing up, the
open side facing to the right).
PORTUGUES
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3 PS (Preset Scan)
To briefly sample all stored stations of the
selected memory bank (FM I-III or T).
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Off
4 lo
Seek tuning sensitivity
lo lit up in the display indicates normal
seek tuning sensitivity (the system will
pick up strong stations only).
dx lit up in the display indicates high
seek tuning sensitivity (the system will
also pick up weaker stations).
To change the seek tuning sensitivity: press lo.
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2 Rocker switch
1 Amplifier
On
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Short description
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7 Display
Waveband
Station name/
frequency
Memory bank
Preset button
Tuning sensitivity
Alternative frequency
Priority of traffic
announcements
Traffic program
identifier
Stereo symbol
8 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 - preset buttons
You can store 6 stations on each FM
memory bank (I, II, III and T).
To store a station: Press button during
radio operation and hold it down until
the radio resumes play.
To recall a station: Select a memory
bank (press repeatedly if necessary
and then press the required preset button.
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Extra function:
Coding - Read chapter “Anti-theft coding” first.
Buttons 1, 2, 3, 4 - To enter the fourdigit code.
9 TS (Travelstore)
To store the six most powerful nearby
stations automatically with Travelstore:
Store: Press TS until seek tuning starts
(see display).
Recall: Press TS. Then briefly press
one of the presets 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
: FM
To select one of the FM memory banks
I, II or III.
To change the memory bank:
Press button until the desired memory
bank is indicated in the display.
; AF button (Alternative Frequency)
RDS mode
If AF is on, the radio will automatically
switch to the strongest frequency of the
same program.
“AF” on/off: Press AF button briefly.
< TA (Traffic Announcement)
If TA is on, only traffic announcements
will be received.
TA on/off: press button.
= DSC (Direct Software Control)
Use the DSC function to change a
number of basic settings. See “DSC
programming” for more details.
> BAS - Bass
TRE - Treble
BAL - Balance (left/right)
To select, press TRE, BAS or BAL.
The set value is shown in the display
(e.g. TRE +5).
Then use the rocker switch 2 to change the value. Press any other button to
store the new value.
If the value is not changed within 8 seconds, the display will show the previous setting again.
? Security LED (CODE-LED)
Flashes as additional anti-theft protection when the car radio is turned off,
provided you have activated this mode
before under DSC - CODE-LED.
Traffic safety has always priority. Use your
car radio in such a manner that you are
always able to cope with and react to the
prevailing traffic situation at any given time.
Remember, even at 50 km/h you are still
moving at a speed of 14 m per seconds.
It is also very important that you are able to
hear, and react to, acoustic warning signals
around you, for example from the police or
the firebrigade.
Therefore, adjust the volume reasonably.
It should not be possible for thieves to ascertain the code number by trial-and-error. This
is why the set will be blocked for a certain
period of time, if an incorrect code number is
entered. In this case, “- - - -” will appear in the
display.
This waiting time is 10 seconds after the first
three attempts, and 1 hour following subsequent attempts.
After 19 unsuccessful attempts, “OFF” will
appear in the display and the set can no
longer be restarted.
Note:
Keep you car radio passport with the code
number in a safe place in order to avoid
“unauthorized access” to your car radio.
If the power supply to the radio is interrupted
while the code system is switched on, you
need to know the right code number.
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Wrong code number entered
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Traffic safety
The car radio comes standard with the code
system deactivated.
If the anti-theft coding system is on while the
power supply to the unit is interrupted (e.g.
theft, disconnecting the car battery), the set is
electronically blocked. Then it may only be
used again after the appropriate code number has been entered (see car radio passport).
NEDERLAND
Before starting to use your new car radio you
should carefully read through the information
on “Traffic safety” and “Anti-theft coding”.
The code system can only be switched on
and off, if the radio is connected to permanent power.
If you like to install your new car radio by
yourself or add other audio components to
the existing ones, then please read carefully
the enclosed instructions on installation and
connection.
Do not connect the loudspeaker outputs to
ground!
Only use the accessory and replacement
parts approved by Blaupunkt.
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Installation/connection
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What you need to know!
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Anti-theft coding
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Important information
The radio will operate again as soon as you
have entered the right code number.
If you lose your radio passport and have
forgotten your code number, you will not be
able to restart the set after the power supply
has been interrupted. In this case, your radio
can only be reset in our central customer
service workshop or in one of our service
agencies abroad.
Restart following interruption of
power supply
(Code system switched on)
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Switch on the set.
“CODE” will appear in the display.
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Briefly press preset button 1, “0000” will
appear in the display.
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Switching the code system on
Precondition:
The radio must be connected to permanent
power.
In order to switch the code system on:
• Turn the radio off.
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Hold down the preset buttons 1 and 4
simultaneously.
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Turn the radio on.
“CODE” briefly appears before the radio begins to operate.
• Release preset buttons 1 and 4.
The code system is on.
“CODE” will be briefly displayed each time
the radio is turned on.
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Enter the code number given in the
Blaupunkt car radio passport:
Example: the code number is 2521.
- Press preset button 1 twice, “2000”
appears in the display.
- Press preset button 2 five times,
“2500” appears in the display.
- Press preset button 3 twice, “2520”
appears in the display.
- Press preset button 4 once, “2521”
appears in the display.
To confirm the code number:
Press the upper part of the rocker
switch .
Your car radio is now ready for operation.
If four dashes appear again in the display,
you have entered a wrong code number.
Now it is essential to enter the correct code
after the waiting period has elapsed (CODE
in the display).
If the radio is turned off before the waiting
period has elapsed, then the waiting period
restarts as soon as the radio is turned on
again.
Switching the code system off
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Turn off the radio.
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Simultaneously press preset buttons 1
and 4 and hold them down.
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Turn the set on.
“CODE” will appear in the display.
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Enter the code number given in the
Blaupunkt car radio passport and confirm: See example “Restart following
interruption …”.
The code system is now deactivated.
Optical indication of theft protection
When the car is stationary, an optical security
system in the form of a flashing LED can be
activated to visualize that your radio is codeprotected.
Depending on how you have hooked up your
radio, three different LED modes are
available, which can be programmed with the
DSC function.
See “DSC programming” for more details.
Seek tuning
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Manual seek tuning << >>
• Press << or >> to change the frequency
in small steps in either direction.
Hold down the right or left part of the rocker
switch to speed up this process.
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Automatic seek tuning /
• Press / . The radio will automatically
tune to the following station.
If you press the upper or lower part of the
rocker switch ( / ), seek tuning speeds up
in forward and backward direction.
NEDERLAND
The AF function can also be used to activate
and deactivate the regional function. At some
time of the day, larger radio stations split up
their main program into regional program
versions offering local information.
If you want the radio to lock onto a regional
program,
• hold down the AF button for about 2
seconds.
The display will show “REG ON”.
If you leave the service area of the regional
program or if you wish to use the entire RDS
service, switch to “REG OFF”.
• Hold down the AF button for about 2
seconds until “REG OFF” is displayed.
If “REG ON” is activated, the display will
show “REG ON” each time the radio is
switched on.
FM radio stations in the range between
87.5 and 108 MHz can be received.
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The AF function assures that the strongest
frequency of the selected program is tuned in
automatically.
This function is on, if the display shows “AF”.
To switch AF on/off,
• press AF briefly.
During seek tuning to the strongest frequency, the radio operation is muted for a moment. If “SEARCH” appears in the display
when turning the set on or when calling up a
stored frequency, the set is automatically
searching for an alternative frequency.
REG - Regional
Selecting a station
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AF - Alternative Frequency
“SEARCH” goes out as soon as the system
has found an alternative frequency or after
the frequency band has been scanned completely.
Should the reception quality of the selected
program become too bad,
• tune into another program.
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An ever increasing number of FM radio stations broadcast addition information in parallel to their normal program via the Radio Data
System to make reception even more convenient.
As soon as radio programs can be identified,
the station name and possibly the regional
identifier are in the display, e.g. NDR1 NDS
(local radio program in Lower Saxony, Germany).
With RDS, the preset buttons turn into program buttons. Now you know exactly to which
program your set is tuned in and thus you can
choose precisely the desired program.
RDS offers further advantages:
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Radio operation with RDS
Adjusting the seek tuning sensitivity
Two basic levels can be selected for the seek
tuning sensitivity.
If “lo” is displayed, the radio will only tune to
strong stations (low sensitivity).
If “dx” is displayed, you will also receive less
powerful stations (higher sensitivity).
To change the seek tuning sensitivity,
• press lo.
The two basic sensitivity levels can be further
varied (see “DSC programming”).
Stereo - mono switch (FM)
You can switch to mono when the reception
quality becomes poor:
• Press lo for approximately 2 seconds.
During mono reception the stereo symwill go out in the display.
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Each time the car radio is switched on, the
radio will automatically be set to stereo reception.
It will automatically shift to mono when the
reception quality becomes poor.
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Changing the memory bank (FM)
You can shift between the memory banks I, II
and III to store and recall preset stations.
The selected memory bank is indicated in the
display.
• Press FM until the desired memory
bank lights up in the display (press repeatedly if necessary).
Storing stations
On each FM memory bank (I, II, III and TS)
you can store six stations on the preset
buttons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
• Select the memory bank by pressing
FM or TS to adjust the waveband.
Press the FM button to select one of
the FM memory banks.
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Use the rocker switch to tune to a station (either automatically or manually).
Press the desired preset button and
hold it down. The radio will be muted
and resumes play after about 2 seconds.
Now the station is stored.
The activated preset button is indicated in the
display.
Note:
If you tune to a station which is already
stored, the corresponding preset button and
the memory bank will flash in the display for
ap-proximately 5 seconds.
Storing the strongest stations
automatically with Travelstore
You can use the Travelstore memory bank to
automatically store the six strongest FM stations sorted on the preset buttons according
to their signal strength. This feature is
especially useful when travelling, because it
will always give you the most powerful stations at a fingertip as you pass through the
various reception areas.
• Press TS for at least 2 seconds.
The radio will seek for the most powerful
nearby FM stations and store them on the
memory bank “T” (Travelstore). Once the
process is completed, the station allocated to
preset button 1 will be played.
FM stations can also be stored manually on
the Travelstore bank (see “Storing stations”).
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Recalling stored stations
Sampling stations briefly
with Radio Scan
You can recall any stored station by pressing
You can briefly sample all preset stations of
the FM or TS memory bank using the Preset
Scan function.
• Press FM or TS.
Press PS.
The set will sample all stations of the
selected memory bank.
Free preset buttons will be skipped.
To stop this function:
• Press PS once again.
The radio will continue to play the currently sampled station.
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Sampling stored stations briefly
with Preset Scan
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Briefly press the desired preset button.
press button 1 for approximately
1 second.
Then sampled frequency or the station
logo starts flashing in the display. During the actual searching process,
“SCAN” is flashing.
To select a sampled station/switch Scan
off:
• press button 1 briefly.
If no station is selected during the scan
operation, the radio returns to the station
where Scan has been started before.
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This function allow you to sample the subsequent stations briefly for approximately 8 seconds each.
To active Scan:
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the corresponding preset button.
• Use the FM or TS button to select the
desired memory bank.
For this purpose, press FM until the
desired memory bank is indicated in the
display.
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Reception of traffic announcements with RDS-EON
Many FM broadcasters provide their service
area with up-to-date traffic messages at regular intervals.
All traffic program stations transmit a special
signal in parallel to the radio program. Your
car radio is able to identify such traffic program station by this TP signal. The display
will indicate “TP” to confirm that a traffic
program station is tuned in.
If you press TA when a traffic announcement
is played, the radio stops playing the message and switches to the previous mode. The
priority of later traffic announcements remains on.
Other radio stations do not air traffic announcements by themselves, but offer the possibility to receive the traffic announcements of
another radio station within the same radio
network. In this case, TP also lights up in the
display.
TA is displayed, if the priority of traffic announcements is on.
If a traffic announcement is aired, your radio
will switch to the traffic program station for the
duration of the message and will switch back
to the previous station after the end of the
message.
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Priority of traffic announcements Automatic seek tuning start
ON/OFF
(During cassette operation)
“TA” lights up in the display, if the priority of
traffic announcements is on. To switch the
function on and off,
• press the TA button.
Warning beep
Whenever you leave the reception area of
the traffic program station you are tuned to,
you will hear a warning beep after approximately 30 seconds.
This warning beep will also be released, if
you press a preset button to recall a preset
station without traffic program.
Switching the warning beep off
a) Tune to another traffic program station:
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Press the rocker switch 2 or
•
press a preset button to recall a
traffic program station.
or
b) Switch the traffic message priority off:
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Press TA.
“TA” goes out in the display.
If you leave the reception area of your traffic
program station while you are playing a cassette, the car radio will automatically tune into
another traffic program station.
If no traffic program station is found within
approximately 30 seconds, the tape will be
stopped and you will hear a warning beep.
To switch the warning beep off, proceed as
detailed above.
Adjusting the volume for traffic
messages and warning beep
A default value is set ex factory for the volume of traffic announcements and the warning
beep. You can change this default setting
with the DSC function (see “DSC programming, ARI (TA)”).
Press button firmly
to eject the tape
When listening to a tape, the display shows
“TAPE”.
As soon as the end of the tape is reached, the
system switches to radio operation.
Select function
Change
setting
+ Change
setting
Select function
LOCAL
(lo)
To adjust the tuning sensitivity
for local reception
LOCAL 1 - high sensitivity
LOCAL 3 - low sensitivity
DIS
(dx)
To adjust the tuning sensitivity
for distant reception
DIS. 1 - high sensitivity
DIS. 3 - low sensitivity
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Fast Forward
Start/stop:
Press button briefly
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Insert a tape.
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We recommend you to use C-60/C-90 tapes
only in your car stereo. Protect your tapes by
storing them away from dirt and dust and do
not expose them to excessive temperatures
(above 50°C). In order to ensure smooth tape
operation, cold tapes should be warmed up
Insert tape with
side A or 1 facing up, before they are played. If dust collects on the
the open side facing
rubber roller or on the audio head, problems
to the right
may arise which affect tape operation or
sound quality after approximately 100 hours
of operation.
Normally it is sufficient to use a head cleaning
cassette to clean your tape player; for
tougher cases use a cotton swab (Q-tip)
soaked with alcohol. Never use rigid tools to
clean your unit!
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Turn the set on.
This car radio offers direct software control
(DSC) to adjust a number of default settings
to your personal needs and store them.
The following step describes all the default
settings which can be changed.
To activate the DSC mode,
• press DSC.
Use the rocker switch to select and change
the following adjustments. The default value
is shown in the display.
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Care of your audio equipment
Inserting a tape
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DSC programming
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Tape operation
Appendix
LOUD
Loudness - To boost low
bass frequencies.
LOUD 0 - no boost
LOUD 6 - strong boost
BEEP
ARI (TA)
Technical data
Amplifier:
Output power:
2 x 10 W RMS power according to DIN 45324/3.1
into 4 Ω
Acknowledgement tone for
function keys to be hold down
for more than 2 seconds. Adjust volume between 0 and 9
(0 = OFF).
FM:
Sensitivity:
Frequency
response:
35 - 15 000 Hz (-3 dB)
To adjust the volume of traffic
announcements between 1
and 9.
Cassette:
Frequency
response:
40 - 14 000 Hz (-3 dB)
1.0 µV at 26 dB
signal-to-noise ratio
To quit DSC programming and to store the
setting,
• press DSC.
Survey of DSC default settings
LOCAL
DIS
:1
:1
LOUD
BEEP
ARI
:5
:5
:5
Subject to modifications!
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