Blaupunkt DX-R4 Operating instructions

Blaupunkt DX-R4 Operating instructions
TravelPilot Navigation Radio/CD
TravelPilot DX-R4 / RNS4
Operating instructions
http://www.blaupunkt.com
INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
Device overview
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1
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3
16
4
15
5
14
6
13
7
12
8
11
10
9
2
Rocker switch. The way the rocker switch functions depends on the individual menus and operating modes.
ESC button, closes menus and deletes characters in the
speller menu.
:
MEN button, opens the setup menu.
3
AUD button, opens the audio menu.
;
4
TA button, activates traffic information standby.
Knob/pushbutton to select, enter and confirm items in lists
and selection menus.
5
Dot matrix display.
<
NAV button, activates the navigation system.
6
If pressed briefly during navigation:
the active destination is displayed and the last voice output is repeated,
entries that are marked with “...” in a list will be displayed
in their entirety.
=
Softkeys 4 to 6. The way the softkeys function depends
on the menu contents.
>
Softkeys 1 to 3. The way the softkeys function depends
on the menu contents.
2
CD-C button, activates CD or CD-changer mode.
Activates the traffic jam function.
@
Switches the unit on/off, volume mute and volume control.
8
T button, opens the TRAFFIC menu: TIM function (Traffic
Information Memory) and TMC traffic information messages.
A
TU button, switches to radio mode.
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button, opens the control panel.
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INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
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INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
Dear Customer,
Guarantee
Notice regarding liability
Congratulations on buying the TravelPilot.
You can rest assured that you have made
the right choice by buying the TravelPilot.
The scope of the guarantee depends on
the regulations in force within the country
in which the unit was purchased.
The TravelPilot is a radio navigation system the size of a standard car radio. However, it offers a whole lot more! The
TravelPilot is a reliable and easy to use
navigation system that will lead you exactly to your destination.
If your unit develops a fault, please contact your dealer and present the purchase
receipt.
Despite constant technical developments,
the navigation system may in certain cases provide incorrect or unoptimised navigation due to improper operation, changes to the traffic flow regulation, construction sites, traffic load, errors or missing
information on the navigation data media
or general computer and positioning errors. Blaupunkt does not accept liability
and does not provide compensation for
any damages or other drawbacks arising
from this.
These operating instructions will take you
through the functions of the TravelPilot
step by step and will answer the most frequently asked questions. You will find further information on using these operating
instructions in the section entitled “About
these instructions”.
If you have any further questions or comments regarding the TravelPilot, please
do not hesitate to call our telephone hotline or contact your dealer. The international telephone hotline numbers are
printed on the last page of these instructions.
If the statutory guarantee period in your
country is less than 12 months, Blaupunkt
will grant a 12-month manufacturer’s
guarantee. This guarantee does not cover
damage due to wear, incorrect usage or
commercial use.
If you wish to enforce a claim under the
manufacturer’s guarantee that is provided
by Blaupunkt, please send the faulty unit
together with the purchase receipt to the
Blaupunkt customer service centre in
your country. You can find out which address is closest to you by contacting the
telephone hotline listed on the back page
of this booklet. Blaupunkt retains the right
to rectify defects or supply a replacement.
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Use the right knob/pushbutton to select
the CITY menu item and press the right
knob/pushbutton.
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NAVIGATION
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Use the right knob/pushbutton to select
the letters of the town you require. An appropriate entry will be displayed in the
match line as you enter more and more
letters. In the majority of cases, only a
few letters will be required in order to enter the town that you are looking for.
If you have already used the navigation
system and the first letters of the new
destination town are identical to that of a
previous destination town (in this case
HANNOVER), the town will be displayed in
the match line (Last City History Function). This feature helps speed up entering destinations that you have visited before. If a DX navigation CD is inserted,
letters that cannot logically follow a letter
you have just entered will be hidden from
view (the speller thins out).
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
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DEST. ENTRY
CITY
STREET
CENTRE
P.O.I.
H
O
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H_
HANNOVER
A
E _I L
U
Y
Press the NAV key once in order to
switch from the radio or CD-changer (optional) audio sources to the navigation
system’s main menu or back to navigation (if a navigation session is already active).
Use the right knob/pushbutton to select
the DEST. ENTRY menu item and press
the right knob/pushbutton.
If the name of the town you are looking
for appears in the name match line, keep
the right knob/pushbutton pressed for
longer than two seconds. You can also
switch to the list if the name of a town
that comes alphabetically before the town
you require appears in the list.
CITY/PLACE
NAVIGATION
ROUTE GUIDANCE
DEST. ENTRY
DEST. MEMORY
TOURLIST
TRAVEL GUIDE
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Overview of navigation functions
SETUP
INDEX
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INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CITY/PLACE
BERLIN
BERLIN, NEUENH…
BERLIN, RÜDERS…
BERLIN, SCHÖNE…
BERLIN, SCHÖNE…
If you press the right knob/pushbutton for
longer than two seconds after entering
the destination, the list of destination
towns appears.
Use the right knob/pushbutton to move
the selection marker to the name of the
town you require.
Once the selection marker is positioned
over the name of the required town, press
the right knob/pushbutton.
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CD CHANGER
DEST. ENTRY
STREET
CENTRE
DEST. SURROUND
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SCHLOSSWEND…
03h58
461 mi
Europe 1
In the following selection, choose between
STREET, CENTRE or destinations in the
DEST. SURROUND area.
Navigation begins.
Streets can only be selected if the data
are available on the navigation CD that is
being used. Menu items that cannot be
selected are marked with a lock.
In the centre you will see a display that
provides a symbolic representation of the
distance to the next decision point (e.g. a
crossing).
If you selected STREET, you can subsequently also enter junctions or house
numbers. Enter the name in the same
way as you did for CITY.
Select CENTRE if you want to be guided
directly to the centre of a town district.
On the right you will see information on
the current time, arrival time or remaining
journey time as well as details on the set
audio source, i.e. radio, CD changer (optional) or internal CD drive (only available
with NO-MAP navigation).
Once you have finished entering your
destination, navigation begins automatically.
During active navigation you can control
the audio functions as usual using the
rocker switch.
The visual driving recommendations appear in the left of the display.
You can switch to audio mode at any time
using the TU and CD-C source buttons.
Navigation will then be continued with
voice output only.
To display navigation mode again, press the
NAV button.
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Safety information
The TravelPilot has been designed for use in passenger cars.
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Special information such as height restrictions or maximum permitted road load, which is required for navigating
trucks and buses, is not included on the navigation CDs.
•
For safety reasons, you should only insert or remove a CD when the vehicle is stationary.
•
Only open the control panel to insert / remove a CD.
•
After inserting / removing a CD, close the control panel immediately to ensure that the unit is ready for operation
before setting off on your journey.
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Inserting / removing a CD
Operating whilst driving
If you do not pay attention to the road and traffic situation, you could cause serious accidents.
•
Familiarise yourself with the TravelPilot and its controls before setting off on your journey.
•
Stop your vehicle at a suitable location if you wish to re-programme the TravelPilot.
•
Operate the TravelPilot whilst driving only if the road and traffic situation allow you to do so.
•
Only enter a destination whilst the vehicle is stationary.
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
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In order to avoid being distracted by the TravelPilot, please observe the following:
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
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Device overview ............................ 2
Radio mode ................................. 56
CD changer mode ....................... 81
Overview of navigation
functions ........................................ 5
Switching to radio mode ...........................
Selecting the frequency range or
memory .......................................................
Switching RDS (Radio Data System)
on / off .........................................................
Activating / deactivating RDS-REG ..........
Switching PTY on/off .................................
TA (Traffic Announcement) .......................
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) ................
Tuning into FM stations .............................
Tuning into MW stations ............................
Scan seek tuning .......................................
TMC Scan ....................................................
Storing stations ..........................................
Reducing reception interference in
FM mode .....................................................
Displaying radiotext ...................................
TIM - Traffic Information Memory ..............
Viewing TMC messages .............................
Selecting a CD ............................................
Selecting tracks ..........................................
Fast searching ............................................
Random play (MIX) .....................................
Scanning tracks (SCAN) ............................
Repeating tracks or CDs (REPEAT) ..........
Programming playlists ..............................
Naming CDs ................................................
Switching the playing time display
on/off ...........................................................
Activating / deactivating traffic
announcements (CD changer) ..................
Safety information ........................ 7
About these instructions ............. 9
Switching the unit on/off ............ 10
Selecting the operating mode ...................
Adjusting the volume .................................
Display ........................................................
Adjusting audio settings and sound
distribution settings ...................................
Switching a coded unit on after
disconnection from the battery power
supply ..........................................................
11
12
13
14
15
Navigation .................................... 16
Entering a destination ...............................
Navigation ...................................................
Dynamic navigation ...................................
Tour list .......................................................
Travel guide ................................................
Destination memory ..................................
Bypassing a traffic jam during
navigation ...................................................
Defining route options ...............................
Setting a position marker ..........................
Activating / deactivating voice output ......
Manually setting your position .................
Simulating navigation ................................
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32
35
36
40
42
46
49
50
52
54
55
56
56
56
57
58
59
60
60
62
63
64
64
67
67
68
71
CD mode ...................................... 72
Playing a CD ...............................................
Selecting tracks ..........................................
Fast searching ............................................
Random play (MIX) .....................................
Scanning all tracks on a CD (SCAN) ........
Repeating tracks (REPEAT) ......................
Naming CDs ................................................
Programming playlists ..............................
72
74
75
75
75
76
76
78
83
83
83
84
84
85
86
88
90
91
Steering wheel remote control .. 92
Setup - basic settings ................. 94
Setting the day / night changeover,
viewing angle and display brightness ..... 95
Configuring power-on / telephone /
navigation / traffic information announcement volume and GALA settings .............. 96
Setting the clock ........................................ 98
Selecting the language ............................ 100
Calibrating the device .............................. 101
Activating / deactivating the code
feature ....................................................... 103
Resetting to the factory defaults ............ 104
Setting seek tuning sensitivity ............... 105
Factory default settings .......................... 106
Index ........................................... 109
Installation instructions ........... 332
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About these instructions
The aim of these instructions is to familiarize you with the functions of the TravelPilot and ensure that you can safely and successfully operate the unit. Before
starting to use your TravelPilot, please read these instructions carefully and
keep them in a safe place in your vehicle.
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Note: Please make sure that you do not keep the equipment pass,
which is enclosed in these instructions, in your vehicle.
To help you find the information you need as quickly as possible, these instructions use the following symbols to denote individual steps:
1…
✔
Indicates the steps informing you how to carry out a particular action in
order to achieve the intended system response to that action.
Indicates the reaction of the unit towards the user’s actions.
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TIP: Provides information and tips on operating the TravelPilot.
INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
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INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Switching the unit on/off
1
Press the left knob/pushbutton @ to switch on your TravelPilot.
✔
The unit plays the audio source that was active last at the preset volume
level.
You can find out how to set the power-on volume in the section entitled “Configuring power-on / telephone / navigation / traffic information announcement volume and GALA settings” in the “Setup” chapter.
Switching on when the vehicle ignition is off
You can also operate the TravelPilot when the ignition is off.
1
To do so, press the left knob/pushbutton @.
✔
The unit switches on.
After an hour has elapsed, the unit switches off automatically in order to protect
the vehicle battery. You can repeat this procedure as often as you like. The
imposed time limit is cancelled as soon as the ignition is turned on.
Note: To ensure that the TravelPilot functions properly and that increased power consumption is avoided, the unit must be connected to the continuous power source and the power source via the
ignition as described in the installation instructions.
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SETUP
INDEX
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the CD-C button ? for CD or CD-changer (optional) mode or
1
the NAV button < to activate navigation.
✔
If you change the source using one of these buttons, the main menu of
the corresponding source will be opened. If navigation is active, you can
switch from the main navigation menu to the active navigation session by
pressing the NAV button <.
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BBC
JAM FM
Main menu
Each audio source (radio, CD and CD changer) provides three menus for configuring all the available settings:
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Main menu: This is where the most frequently used settings are configured, e.g. station or track selection.
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Functions menu: To configure functions such as traffic information standby
and special functions like Travelstore.
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Setup menu: To adjust the options of the particular audio source to your
personal requirements.
The following menus are available in navigation mode:
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FM1
FM2
MW
FMT
FMC
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Functions menu
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Main menu for accessing the main navigation functions,
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Navigation menu with the visual driving recommendations, and
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Navi menu to adjust the navigation options to your personal requirements.
Switching between the main menu and functions menu
To switching between the main menu and functions menu of an audio source,
1
RADIO 1
EUROPE
EINSLIVE
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the TU button A for radio mode or
1
press the corresponding TU A or CD-C ? source button again.
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SEARCH >> ON
REG
PTY
ON OFF SHARX
RDS
VAR OFF R-TXT
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1
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To select the operating mode, press:
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Selecting the operating mode
Setup menu
INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
Switching between the navigation system’s main menu and navigation
menu
If you want to switch between the main menu and the navigation menu during an
active navigation,
1
press the NAV button <.
If navigation is not active, position-tracking mode will be displayed.
Opening the setup menu
You can open the setup menu for the current operating mode by briefly pressing
the MEN button : once.
Adjusting the volume
To increase the system volume,
1
turn the left knob/pushbutton @ in a clockwise direction.
To decrease the system volume,
1
turn the left knob/pushbutton @ in an anticlockwise direction.
✔
Whilst you are making your adjustments, the currently set value is displayed symbolically in the display foreground.
TIP: During a spoken driving recommendation by the navigation system,
you can adjust the volume of the driving recommendation independently
of the basic volume level of the audio source. The difference in volume
levels is stored automatically.
Automatic volume mute during telephone calls
If the unit is connected to a car telephone, the telephone call will be output over
the TravelPilot’s loudspeakers.
The telephone symbol will appear in the display foreground of the audio source.
If you are making a telephone call during an active navigation session, the visual driving recommendations remain visible and the audio driving recommendations are not silenced.
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JUMP
BBC
JAM FM
RADIO 1
EUROPE
EINSLIVE
Main tuner menu with volume indicator
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BBC
JAM FM
Main tuner menu, daytime display
The display’s readability can be optimised to suit the viewing angle in your vehicle. For further information, read the section entitled “Setting the day / night
changeover, viewing angle and display brightness” in the “Setup” chapter.
Note: Please treat the display with care. Contact with sharp objects
causes scratches and damages the display. Only clean the display
with a lint-free cloth and, if necessary, with cleaning spirits. Do not
use any solvents such as turpentine or petrol when cleaning, since
these will affect and damage the display.
RADIO 1
EUROPE
EINSLIVE
JUMP
JUMP
BBC
JAM FM
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If the unit is connected as described in the installation instructions, the display
switches to night-time mode when the vehicle lights are turned on. This causes
all the light pixels to be displayed dark and all the dark pixels to appear light. If
you also drive during the daytime with the lights turned on, e.g. in Scandinavian
countries, you can deactivate this feature. For further information, read the section entitled “Setting the day / night changeover, viewing angle and display brightness” in the “Setup” chapter.
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The TravelPilot’s display contains all the navigation information (e.g. visual driving recommendations), menus and lists, as well as the menus relating to the
radio, CD and CD changer (optional) audio sources.
RADIO 1
EUROPE
EINSLIVE
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Display
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Main tuner menu, night-time display
INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
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INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Adjusting audio settings and sound distribution settings
The TravelPilot allows you to adjust the bass and treble for each audio source.
Changes to the balance and fader sound distribution settings and loudness settings (aurally compensated volume) affect all the audio sources.
To adjust the audio settings,
1
press the TU button A or CD-C button ? to switch to the audio source
(radio, CD or CD changer) whose settings you would like to adjust.
2
Press the AUD button 3.
✔
The audio settings menu opens.
3
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the
menu item whose settings you want to change.
4
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The slide control appears surrounded by a border.
5
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to make the adjustments.
If you wish to apply your adjusted values,
6
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The border around the slide control disappears and the values are saved.
Note: If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the display
will switch back automatically to the initial menu (timeout).
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
FM TONE
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
FADER
LOUDNESS -
FM TONE
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
FADER
LOUDNESS Audio menu for the FM radio audio source
+
+
+
+
+
+
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CODE
0
If you switch on a coded unit after having disconnected it from the battery power
supply (for instance, after having carried out a repair to the vehicle), a query will
appear requesting that you enter the code.
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Switching a coded unit on after disconnection from the battery power supply
To enter the code number, proceed as follows:
use the right knob/pushbutton ; to highlight the first digit of the code,
2
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The code input cursor jumps one position to the right.
3
Now select the second digit in the code and confirm your choice using
the right knob/pushbutton ;.
4
Enter the remaining digits of the code in the same way.
0123456789
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1
Code request
If you entered a wrong digit by mistake,
highlight the
press the ESC button 9.
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symbol and press the right knob/pushbutton ; or
5
5
Once you have finished entering the whole code number,
6
highlight the
symbol and confirm your choice using the right knob/
pushbutton ;.
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
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The unit switches on. If you inadvertently entered and confirmed the wrong code,
you can repeat the code entry procedure. To prevent thieves from finding out
the code number by trial and error, the unit will be locked for one hour if the code
is entered incorrectly three times. The unit must remain switched on for one
hour before you can try entering the code again. If the unit is disconnected from
the power supply during this waiting period, the countdown will be reset and the
waiting period will be set to one hour again.
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
15
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
Navigation
The navigation system in the TravelPilot helps you find your way to destinations
quickly and safely without first having to spend time studying a roadmap. When
navigation is active, you will be guided by the voice output. The system will warn
you in good time about approaching turning-off points. In addition, the display
contains visual driving recommendations, the distance to the destination, the
estimated remaining driving time / arrival time or the current clock time.
Road safety has absolute priority. Please be aware that the current way in which traffic is being directed always has priority over
the driving recommendations made by the navigation system.
How navigation works
The current vehicle position is determined with the aid of the electronic odometer, the gyro and a signal transmitted by GPS (Global Positioning System) satellites. The navigation system compares the data with the map stored on the navigation CD and uses this information to calculate your position and the routes
used for navigation.
Inserting the navigation CD
button 1 to open the control panel.
1
Press the
2
Press the eject button B to remove a CD that may already be in the unit.
3
Carefully insert the CD with the printed side uppermost into the unit’s CD
compartment. Push the CD until you feel some resistance. From this
point onwards the CD will be drawn in automatically.
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16
Note: The process of loading the software from the navigation CD
must not be interrupted.
Starting navigation
1
Press the NAV button < whilst the unit is switched on.
✔
The main navigation menu opens. If a navigation session is already active, the navigation display will appear.
NAVIGATION
ROUTE GUIDANCE
DEST. ENTRY
DEST. MEMORY
TOURLIST
TRAVEL GUIDE
Main navigation menu
Before navigation can begin, a DX navigation CD must first be inserted in the
unit and a destination selected.
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The software is loaded from the CD. The progress is indicated in the
display.
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✔
Entering a destination
1
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to select the DEST. ENTRY menu item.
2
Confirm your selection with the right knob/pushbutton ;.
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The destination can be entered from the destination memory or by entering a
town, a town centre, a road, a junction or house number, or by selecting a special destination (e.g. motorway junction, train station, etc.).
Destinations
•
the town centre or centre of a district in cities,
•
a road,
•
a junction where two or more roads intersect,
•
a house or housing block.
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
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The following destinations are allowed:
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CD CHANGER
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RADIO MODE
CD MODE
•
Previously saved special destinations such as train stations, airports, petrol
stations and other public facilities. You can view a sorted list of special
destinations for the destination town, the area around a destination, on a
national level or in the vicinity of the vehicle position.
•
Position markers that you have set and which have been stored in the
destination memory. This is useful if you notice an interesting location
during your journey, like a shop or restaurant, and want to be guided
back to that point at some other time.
•
Destinations from the destination memory.
•
Destinations from the tour list.
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
CITY/PLACE
Entering destinations using the speller
The speller is used to enter items such as town and road names in the navigation system.
_
The speller consists of five areas:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
1
PQRSTUVWXYZ
ÄÖÜ
1
the list of characters including all letters, the space character, special
characters and numbers,
2
the control symbols,
3
the input line,
4
the match line, and
5
the magnifier within which the currently highlighted character is displayed
in an enlarged fashion.
Selecting letters
If you want to enter a name using the speller, proceed as follows:
1
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the
required character.
✔
When you move the selection marker, the currently highlighted character
is displayed in an enlarged fashion within the magnifier.
3
4
Speller
N
5
2
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The character will be entered into the input line. An appropriate entry
from the list will be displayed in the match line as you enter more and
more characters.
TIP: If you have already used the navigation system before for navigation and the first letters of the new destination town are identical to those
of a previous destination town (in this case Hannover), the town will be
displayed in the match line. This feature helps you quickly enter destinations in towns that you have visited already.
H_
HANNOVER
A
E _I L
U
Y
H
O
If you want to accept the town name, press the right knob/pushbutton ; for
longer than two seconds. If, however, you want to enter another town name,
simply continue entering characters.
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TIP: The “thinning out” speller feature is available for navigation CDs that
are labelled with a “DX”. The thinning out speller feature ensures that
letters, which cannot logically follow a letter that you have just entered,
will be hidden from view.
Switching to special character sets
If, when entering a town name, you need to use other special characters that
are not shown in the display (e.g. Ä, Ö, Ü),
1
use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the
control symbol.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
Every time you press the right knob/pushbutton, other special characters
will be displayed in the speller.
TIP: When using navigation CDs labelled with a “DX”, special characters
are switched on automatically.
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
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✔
CITY/PLACE
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When the required character is highlighted, press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
CITY/PLACE
N
_
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ
ÄÖÜ
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
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2
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
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INDEX
Deleting letters
To delete a letter that you entered accidentally,
1
press the ESC button 9 or
1
highlight the
✔
The input cursor will move to the left in the input line.
symbol and press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
If the required name appears in the match list whilst you are entering the name
in navigation mode,
1
keep the right knob/pushbutton ; pressed for longer than two seconds
or
1
highlight the
2
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The list display (e.g. list of destination towns) opens. The entry is highlighted.
symbol and
Browsing through lists
Since the number of lines in the display is limited to five, some lists containing
more than five entries are divided into several “pages”. Lists containing more
arrows on the right-hand side. There are two
than five items are marked with
ways of opening the next page in a list:
In lists with fewer than ten entries,
1
use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection bar to the last list
entry.
2
Every subsequent press on the right knob/pushbutton ; causes the next
list page to be displayed.
ROUTE LIST
O.1mi ASTERNST…
0.4mi ENGELBOS…
0.1mi AN DER C…
0.4mi SCHLOSSW…
1.8mi BREMER D…
List (here the route list)
20
Paging through lists
Use the right knob/pushbutton to move the selection bar to the
arrow symbol.
or
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The previous or next list page is displayed. The selection bar remains on
the arrow button.
3
Keep pressing the right knob/pushbutton ; until you reach the required
page.
DEUTSCH
1
ENGLISH
To find the entry you are looking for quickly in large lists, you can also browse
the list page by page.
Selecting list entries
DEUTSCH
Press the right knob/pushbutton ; to accept the entry.
DEUTSCH
1
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Entering a destination - town
If you want to drive to a destination in a town, you first have to specify one.
1
Select the DEST. ENTRY item in the main navigation menu.
✔
The destination input menu opens.
2
Select CITY.
✔
The speller for entering the town name opens (for further information
read the section entitled “Entering destinations using the speller”).
3
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the
required character.
4
When the required character is highlighted, press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The character will be entered into the input line. The first town in the list
of destination towns whose name begins with the selected letter will appear in the match line.
TIP: If you have already used the navigation system and the first letters
of the new destination town are identical to those of a previous destination town, the town will be displayed in the match line. This feature helps
you quickly enter destinations in towns that you have visited already.
TIP: The “thinning out” speller feature is available for navigation CDs that
are labelled with a “DX”. The thinning out speller feature ensures that
letters, which cannot logically follow a letter that you have just entered,
will be hidden from view.
If the name of the destination town you require appears in the match line,
5
keep the right knob/pushbutton ; pressed for longer than two seconds.
✔
The list of destination towns opens. The name is highlighted.
CD CHANGER
SETUP
DEST. ENTRY
CITY
STREET
CENTRE
P.O.I.
Destination input menu
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22
If you do not want to accept the town as your destination,
press the ESC button 9.
✔
You will return to the speller.
Once you have entered the town, you will continue with DEST. ENTRY. Now
choose between:
-
STREET: to enter the destination street. Whether a street can be entered
as a destination depends on the data stored on your navigation CD.
-
CENTRE: to select a town centre or centre of a town district as your destination.
-
DEST. SURROUND: you can directly select special destinations from a list
classified in categories (e.g. motorway junction, train station, shopping
centre, etc.) within the vicinity of the destination. To do so, read the section entitled “Special destinations, destination surrounding area”.
A requirement is that the appropriate data are available on the navigation CD. If
there are no data available for individual items, they will be marked with a lock
symbol and cannot be selected.
Entering a destination - street, junction and house number
If you want to drive to a street in a town that you have already entered, you can
also select STREET from the destination input menu in navigation mode.
TIP: To make your search easier, long street names can also be stored
in different ways, e.g. RAABE-WEG, WILHELM- and WILHELM-RAABEWEG.
DEST. ENTRY
STREET
CENTRE
DEST. SURROUND
Subsequent destination input menu, “town” has
been entered
DEST. ENTRY
CITY
STREET
CENTRE
P.O.I.
DEUTSCH
1
DEUTSCH
If there are multiple instances of the town’s name, a submenu will open. You
can then select the required town from it.
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Press the right knob/pushbutton ; to accept the place as your destination.
6
Destination input menu
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RADIO MODE
CD MODE
1
Enter the street name using the speller.
2
Select the required street name from the list.
✔
If the street name occurs several times in the destination town, a submenu will open in which you can specify the street precisely.
✔
After the street has been selected, the destination input menu opens.
Choose between the options:
-
CONTINUE: Destination input is complete and navigation will be started.
For further information, read the section entitled “Navigation”.
-
INTERSECTION: You can also select a junction on the selected street in
order to define your destination more precisely.
-
HOUSE NUMBER: In large towns it is possible to enter a house number as
the destination.
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DEST. ENTRY
CONTINUE
INTERSECTION
HOUSE NUMBER
Subsequent destination input menu, “street” has
been entered
A requirement is that the appropriate data are available on your navigation CD.
If there are no data available for the INTERSECTION or HOUSE NUMBER items,
they will be marked with a lock symbol and cannot be selected.
If you do not want to accept the street as your destination,
1
press the ESC button 9.
✔
You will return to the speller.
Entering a destination - house numbers
If you selected the HOUSE NUMBER menu item, the speller will open for you to
enter the house number.
1
Enter the house number using the speller.
2
Switch to the list and select the section containing the destination house
number.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
Navigation begins.
HOUSE NUMBER
1...7
8...15
Entering a destination - house numbers
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If you selected INTERSECTION in the destination input menu, a list of the available junctions for the destination street will be displayed. If more than 20 junctions are available, the speller will be opened.
1
If necessary, enter the name of the intersecting street using the speller
and switch to the list.
2
Select the required junction from the list.
✔
Navigation begins.
Entering a destination - junction
If you wish, you can define the route options in the navi menu. For further information, read the section entitled “Route options”.
1
Select CENTRE in the destination input menu.
✔
If more than 20 district centres are available in the destination town, the
speller will open for you to select the centre.
2
Enter the centre name,
3
open the list and
4
select the centre from the list.
✔
Navigation begins.
INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
DEST. ENTRY
CITY
STREET
CENTRE
P.O.I.
DEUTSCH
If you selected CENTRE after entering the town or if you selected CENTRE in the
destination input menu, a list of available town centres will appear. If more than
20 centres are available, the speller will open for you to enter the centre.
DEUTSCH
Entering a destination - centre
Entering a destination - centre
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CD MODE
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ENGLISH
Entering a destination - junction
INTERSECTION
AUF DEM LOH
BODESTRASSE
GERHARDTSTRASSE
HALTENHOFFSTRA…
KOPERNIKUSSTRA…
DEUTSCH
You can specify route options in order to customise the route to suit your particular requirements, e.g. excluding motorways. For further information, read the
section entitled “Route options” in this chapter.
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INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Special destinations in the destination town, in the area
around the destination, in the area around your position and
national destinations
Special destinations that can be used to enter a destination are combined in
categories.
The special destination categories include:
-
Motorway junctions,
-
Train stations,
-
Shopping centres,
-
Petrol stations,
-
Car parks,
-
Car workshops, etc.
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INDEX
DEST. ENTRY
CITY
STREET
CENTRE
P.O.I.
Entering a destination - special destinations
The same categories are not available for all the special destinations and places. The choice of categories in the special destination menus depends on what
special destinations are available in the destination towns.
When selecting a category, a list is displayed if there are fewer than 20 entries,
and the speller is displayed if there are more than 20 entries.
You can access special destinations for four different items:
-
IN DEST. AREA: Special destinations will be displayed for the destination town that was entered.
-
SUPRAREG.DESTS: National (supra-regional) destinations are not assigned
to any particular place. There are categories available for the whole country, e.g. motorway junctions, motorway services, airports and border crossings (depending on the navigation CD).
-
DEST. SURROUND: Special destinations for a previously specified destination can be accessed here. Destinations in the destination’s vicinity
may also be located outside the actual destination, e.g. sports stadium
on the town outskirts.
P.O.I.
IN DEST. AREA
SUPRAREG.DESTS
DEST. SURROUND
POS. SURROUND
Special destinations menu
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POS. SURROUND: This includes special destinations within the vicinity of
the current vehicle position (this function is particularly useful when looking for facilities such as petrol stations).
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-
Special destinations - at your final destination
Navigation begins.
2
Press the NAV button <.
✔
You will return to the main navigation menu.
3
Switch to the destination input menu.
4
Select P.O.I. in the destination input menu.
5
Open the IN DEST. AREA menu item.
✔
A list of all the available special destination categories will be displayed
for the selected final destination.
6
Select the required category.
✔
The available destinations will be sorted according to their distance from
the selected position.
7
Select the required special destination.
✔
As soon as you have selected the required special destination and confirmed it, navigation will begin automatically. For further information, read
the section entitled “Navigation”.
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
DEUTSCH
Enter a town or a town centre as the destination.
✔
DEUTSCH
1
DEUTSCH
Before you can select special destinations for your final destination, you
first have to enter at least a town or, in the case of larger towns, a town centre
as the destination. If you want to look for special destinations in a town that
was the destination used during the last active navigation session, you can skip
points 1-4.
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Special destinations - national destinations
You can also select items such as motorway junctions, service stations, airports
or border crossings as your destination. You do not need to previously enter a
destination to do so. The only requirement is that you know the name of the
required destination.
1
Switch to the destination input menu.
2
Select P.O.I. in the destination input menu.
3
Open the SUPRAREG.DESTS menu item.
✔
A list of the national (supra-regional) destinations is displayed.
The national destinations that are available depends on the data stored on your
navigation CD.
4
Select the required category.
✔
The speller opens.
5
Enter the special destination name,
6
switch to the list and
7
select the required destination.
✔
As soon as you have selected the required special destination and confirmed it, navigation will begin. For further information, read the section
entitled “Navigation”.
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SETUP
INDEX
P.O.I.
IN DEST AREA
SUPRAREG. DESTS
DEST. SURROUND
POS. SURROUND
Special destinations menu
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1
Enter a town as the destination.
2
Select DEST. SURROUND in the destination input menu after entering the
town.
✔
A list of all the available special destination categories will be displayed.
3
Select the required category.
✔
The available destinations are displayed.
4
Select the required special destination.
✔
Navigation begins. For further information, read the section entitled
“Navigation”.
DEST. ENTRY
STREET
CENTRE
DEST. SURROUND
ENGLISH
Before you can select special destinations that are in the vicinity of the destination, you first have to enter a town as the destination.
DEUTSCH
Special destinations - destination surrounding area
Special destinations - position surrounding area
TIP: The special destination type “position surrounding area” is useful for
planning a stop-off during your journey, e.g. at the next petrol station.
1
Switch to the destination input menu.
2
Select P.O.I. in the destination input menu.
3
Open the POS. SURROUND menu item.
✔
A list of all the available special destination categories for the current
vehicle position will be displayed.
4
Select the required category.
✔
The available destinations will be sorted according to their distance from
your vehicle position.
5
Select the required destination.
P.O.I.
IN DEST. AREA
SUPRAREG.DESTS
DEST. SURROUND
POS. SURROUND
DEUTSCH
DEUTSCH
This special destination type refers to the area around your current vehicle position.
Special destinations menu
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✔
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RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
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Navigation begins. For further information, read the section entitled
“Navigation”.
Entering a destination - from the destination memory
You can save destinations, which you drive to regularly, in the destination memory so that you can access them easily for other navigation sessions. To save
and edit destinations in the destination memory, read the section entitled “Destination memory”.
There are four different destination memories available:
-
LAST 10: Memory for the last ten destinations that you drove to during
navigation. The destinations are stored automatically in the LAST 10
memory when the LAST 10 option is activated in the navigation menu.
For further information, read the section entitled “Destination memory”.
-
POSITION MARK: Position markers set by you can be selected as your
destination.
-
ALPH. SORTING: The destinations stored in the destination memory are
displayed in alphabetical order.
-
MANUAL SORTING: The stored destinations are displayed in the specific
order set by you.
To access destinations from the destination memory,
1
switch to the main navigation menu.
2
Open the DEST. MEMORY menu item.
3
Select the destination memory from which you would like to choose the
destination for your navigation session.
✔
A list of the available destinations will open.
4
Select the required destination.
✔
Navigation begins. For further information, read the section entitled
“Navigation”.
DEST. MEMORY
LAST 10
POSITION MARK
ALPH. SORTING
MANUAL SORTING
EDIT MEMORY
Destination memory menu
30
Selecting a position marker as a destination
You can access the last five set position markers for a navigation session directly from the destination memory.
Switch to the destination memory menu,
2
select the POSITION MARK menu item.
✔
The list of the position markers that were set last is displayed.
3
Select the position marker that you want to drive to during the navigation
session.
✔
Navigation begins. For further information, read the section entitled
“Navigation” in this chapter.
Destination memory menu
DEUTSCH
1
DEST. MEMORY
LAST 10
POSITION MARK
ALPH. SORTING
MANUAL SORTING
EDIT MEMORY
DEUTSCH
You can set one of your preset position markers as a destination. A position
marker is a vehicle position that you set during an active navigation session or
when you used the system to determine your position. As an example, you can
set position markers at interesting places that you want to return to on another
occasion. The navigation CD must be inserted before you can set a position
marker (for further information, read the section entitled “Setting a position marker”
in this chapter).
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Entering a destination - position marker
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RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Navigation
Starting navigation
Once you enter a destination, navigation begins automatically.
If you want to begin a navigation session to the navigation system’s last destination,
1
select the ROUTE GUIDANCE menu item in the main navigation menu.
2
Confirm your selection with the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The navigation session display appears. The route is calculated. This
can take several seconds depending on the distance to the destination.
When the navigation session display appears you will hear the voice output: “The route is being calculated”. You will then hear the first navigation
voice output when the calculation is complete.
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
NAVIGATION
ROUTE GUIDANCE
DEST. ENTRY
DEST. MEMORY
TOURLIST
TRAVEL GUIDE
The name of the road that you are currently driving down and the name
of the road that the system suggests you should turn off into are displayed in the title line of the navigation session display.
If you leave the road network covered by the navigation CD, OFF ROAD
will be displayed in the title line.
The visual driving recommendations appear in the symbol area on left
half of the display.
TIP: You can choose between a 2D and 3D display for the driving recommendations. To switch between the display modes, keep the right knob/
pushbutton ; pressed until the display changes.
The approach bar appears in the centre of the display. It is a graphical
representation of the distance to the decision point. On a longer stretch
of road, the remaining distance to drive to the next decision point is displayed.
SCHLOSSWEND…
03h58
461 mi
Europe 1
Navigation session display, 2D display
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The status of the TA traffic information announcement function and the
TMC status are displayed symbolically in a status line. For further information on the TA function, read the section entitled “Traffic announcements during navigation” in this chapter, and the sections entitled “TA
traffic announcement” and “TMC” in the “Radio mode” chapter.
SCHLOSSWEND…
03h58
461 mi
The lower right-hand line in the display is used to display the active audio
source. When you are listening to the radio, this area of the display contains the station name or the frequency of the tuned station (for further
information, read “Radio mode with RDS”). If the CD changer (optional)
is active, the number of the current CD and the track number or the track
number and the track playing time are displayed here. Whilst telephone
mute is activated, PHONE will appear in this display area.
During a NO MAP navigation session, you can also use the internal CD
drive to play audio CDs. If that is the case, this display area will contain
the number of the current track and the playing time.
Europe 1
Navigation session display, 3D display
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
DEUTSCH
TIP: Whilst the navigation session menu is active, the six softkeys have
the same function as they do in the main menu of the audio source that is
currently active in the background. This means that you can access the
most important primary functions of the active audio source at any time
without having to leave the navigation session menu.
INTRODUCTION
DEUTSCH
The distance as the crow flies appears beneath the time display whilst
the route is being calculated. Once route calculation is complete, this
distance is replaced by the road distance to the destination.
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
In the right of the display you can optionally display either the approximate remaining journey time to the destination, the approximate arrival
time or the current time. For further information, read the section entitled
“Selecting time info”.
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SETUP
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RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
Changing the audio source
You can change the audio source at any time during navigation.
1
Press the TU A or CD-C ? button during an active navigation session.
✔
The main menu for radio mode or CD changer mode opens. CD changer
mode is only available if a CD changer is connected and operational. It is
not possible to play a CD in the internal CD drive during a navigation
session.
2
Now, for instance, you can select another station or another track.
If you want to switch back to the navigation session display,
3
press the NAV button <.
Cancelling navigation
To cancel an active navigation session,
1
press the ESC button 9 or
1
enter a new destination or
1
switch to position tracking mode (see “Position tracking mode” in this
chapter).
✔
If you pressed the ESC button 9, the system asks you to confirm your
choice.
If you are sure you want to cancel navigation,
4
5
select YES and
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
TIP: If you switch the unit off whilst navigation is active, the data for that
navigation session will be stored for 30 minutes. You can continue navigation at any time within this time period (e.g. after stopping for petrol).
Note: If you remove the navigation CD during a navigation session,
NO MAP navigation will be activated.
NAVIGATION
DO YOU WANT
TO INTERRUPT
ROUTE GUIDANCE?
YES
NO
Confirmation request before cancelling navigation
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1
✔
2
3
4
5
6
7
✔
press the MEN button : during the navigation session.
The navigation session’s navi menu appears.
Select ROUTE OPTION.
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
Highlight the ROUTE menu item.
Keep pressing the right knob/pushbutton ; until DYN. appears in the
display.
Highlight the CONTINUE menu item.
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
The unit switches back to navigation, and the settings are kept until they
are changed again.
ROUTE OPTION
ROUTE
DYN.
CONTINUE
Note: When in dynamic navigation mode, the TravelPilot automatically sets a TMC station during navigation. If there is no TMC station stored in the FMC memory yet, TMC seek tuning begins. TMC
seek tuning can take a long time because the entire frequency range
is scanned for TMC stations. Radio mode is not available during
this time.
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RADIO MODE
CD MODE
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
If you want to make a currently active navigation session dynamic,
NAVI. MENU
ROUTE OPTION
ROUTE LIST
POSITION MARK
TA
OFF
SYMBOLS
2D
DEUTSCH
During dynamic navigation, the TravelPilot analyses digital traffic information
messages and uses this information when planning the route. The traffic
messages are received from TMC (Traffic Message Channel) stations. These
are RDS stations which also broadcast their traffic messages in digital form
(for further information, read the section entitled “TMC” in the “Radio mode”
chapter).
Before you can use dynamic navigation, you must first select the DYN. option for
the ROUTE menu item. The ROUTE menu item can be found under the ROUTE
OPTION menu item in the navi menu. The route option settings are kept until
they are changed again.
DEUTSCH
Dynamic navigation
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SETUP
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INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Tour list
The tour list allows you to combine individual destinations in a “tour”.
TIP: The tour list is a convenient way of planning such things as inspection tours or visits to various customers.
1
To programme the tour list, select the TOUR LIST menu item in the main
navigation menu.
✔
The TOUR LIST menu appears.
Entering a tour destination
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TOUR LIST
NEW DEST.
STORE DEST.
START TOUR
CANCEL DEST.
SORT DEST.
There are several ways of entering tour destinations:
-
Entering a destination directly, including special destinations.
-
Directly applying the last active navigation destination.
-
Directly applying a destination from the destination memory.
Entering a new tour destination
1
To enter a new tour destination, select the NEW DEST. item in the TOUR
LIST menu.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The DEST. ENTRY menu appears.
3
Select CITY or P.O.I..
4
Enter a destination.
TIP: You enter the destination here in the same way as you would enter
a destination directly.
✔
After entering the destination, the tour list appears.
TOUR LIST
NEW DEST.
STORE DEST.
START TOUR
CANCEL DEST.
SORT DEST.
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A reposition marker appears in front of the destination.
2
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the destination to the required
position in the tour list.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
Using a destination from the destination memory as a new tour
destination
1
To assign a tour destination from the destination memory, select the NEW
DEST. item in the TOUR LIST menu.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The DEST. ENTRY menu appears.
3
Select DEST. MEMORY.
✔
The DEST. MEMORY menu appears.
4
Select the destination memory from which you would like to use a destination.
✔
The contents of the selected destination memory are displayed.
5
Highlight the destination that you want to use in the tour list.
6
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The tour list is displayed. You can now move the destination to the required position.
Using the navigation system’s last destination
To use the navigation system’s last (current) destination,
1
select the STORE DEST. item in the TOUR LIST menu.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The destination is entered in the tour list. The tour list is displayed.
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RADIO MODE
CD MODE
ENGLISH
✔
TOUR LIST
NEW DEST.
STORE DEST.
START TOUR
CANCEL DEST.
SORT DEST.
DEUTSCH
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
TOUR LIST
NEW DEST.
STORE DEST.
START TOUR
CANCEL DEST.
SORT DEST.
DEUTSCH
1
TOUR LIST
NEW DEST.
STORE DEST.
START TOUR
CANCEL DEST.
SORT DEST.
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DEUTSCH
You can now move the destination to the required position in the tour memory:
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RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
Sorting the tour
To sort the tour,
1
select the SORT DEST. item in the TOUR LIST menu.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The tour list is displayed.
3
Highlight the destination that you want to reposition.
4
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
A reposition marker appears in front of the destination.
5
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the destination to the required
position.
6
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
Proceed as described with all the destinations to sort them into the order you
require.
Deleting a tour destination
To delete a tour destination,
1
select the CANCEL DEST. item in the TOUR LIST menu.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
A selection menu is displayed.
3
Highlight SINGLE DEST..
4
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The tour list is displayed.
5
Highlight the destination you want to delete.
6
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
A confirmation request is displayed.
7
Highlight DELETE.
8
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
TOUR LIST
NEW DEST.
STORE DEST.
START TOUR
CANCEL DEST.
SORT DEST.
TOUR LIST
NEW DEST.
STORE DEST.
START TOUR
CANCEL DEST.
SORT DEST.
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Deleting the whole tour
select the CANCEL DEST. item in the TOUR LIST menu.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
A selection menu is displayed.
3
Highlight ALL DESTS..
✔
A confirmation request is displayed.
4
Highlight DELETE.
5
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
DEUTSCH
1
ENGLISH
To delete a whole tour,
Starting a navigation session to a tour destination
1
select the START TOUR item in the TOUR LIST menu.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The tour list is displayed.
3
Highlight the first destination in the tour.
✔
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To start a navigation session to a tour destination,
Navigation begins.
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TIP: The tour can be started from any destination in the tour list.
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NO MAP navigation
NO MAP navigation begins if you remove the navigation CD after having entered the destination and started the navigation session.
TIP: During a NO MAP navigation session you can use the internal CD
drive to play an audio CD.
If a NO MAP navigation session is active, NO MAP appears in the title line and
the distance to the destination as the crow flies is displayed in the symbol area
on the right. Furthermore, the direction to the destination is displayed continuously.
Due to technical reasons, after re-inserting the navigation CD, it can take several minutes before the audio and visual navigation features are correctly resumed.
The system needs this time to precisely determine the current vehicle position.
The “OFF ROAD” status may be active for a longer period during this time. In
very built-up areas with a dense road network, position tracking errors may occur until the system has been able to precisely and correctly orient itself.
Note: For this reason try, if possible, to insert the navigation CD
whilst still on the motorway (for instance) so that this orientation
process is speeded up.
Travel guide
If you are using a navigation CD that includes a travel guide, you can look up
travel information on particular destinations and select destinations for your navigation sessions. The information is usually stored in categories.
These categories can include:
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Accommodation
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Food and drink
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Tourist information
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Entertainment
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1
Open the TRAVEL GUIDE item or the name of the travel guide in the main
navigation menu.
✔
If more than one travel guide is present on the CD, a selection menu will
first open so that you can choose a travel guide.
2
Select a travel guide.
3
It is possible that you may have to use the speller to enter the name of a
town that you want information on in the PLACE SELECTION menu item.
4
Open the category in which you want to search for information.
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Since the stored information depends on the travel guide on your CD, we cannot
provide any detailed description of the contents here. If only one travel guide is
present, the name of the guide, e.g. MERIANscout, appears in the main navigation menu.
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DEST. MEMORY
TOURLIST
TRAVEL GUIDE
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Historical buildings
The information available can include addresses, telephone numbers, prices
and facilities provided by hotels and restaurants.
If you want to start a navigation session to drive to one of the entries,
1
keep the right knob/pushbutton ; pressed for longer than two seconds.
✔
Another selection menu is displayed. Select the ROUTE GUIDANCE entry.
Displaying the route list
You can display the route list that was calculated by the navigation system.
1
Press the MEN button : during a navigation session.
2
Select the ROUTE LIST menu item from the navi menu.
✔
The calculated route list is displayed.
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O.1mi ASTERNST…
0.4mi ENGELBOS…
0.1mi AN DER C…
0.4mi SCHLOSSW…
1.8mi BREMER D…
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Once you have read the list,
3
close the menu by pressing the NAV button <.
✔
The navigation menu reappears.
Position tracking mode
In position tracking mode, the name of the road you are currently driving down is
displayed in the title line.
A compass symbol appears in the symbol area indicating the direction in which
North lies. Since position tracking mode is not a navigation session, there is no
distance to a destination displayed.
If you want to start position tracking mode,
1
when no navigation session is active, press the NAV button < in the
main navigation menu or
1
select LOCATING in the main navigation menu.
Note: If you select LOCATING from the main navigation menu during
an active navigation session, navigation will be cancelled.
Destination memory
Destinations can be stored in the destination memory and can be assigned short
names. You also have the option of sorting the destination memory alphabetically or according to your own criteria.
Saving a destination in memory
You can save the currently active destination or - after the navigation session
has ended - the last active destination of the navigation session in the destination memory. Alternatively, you can use the speller to programme a destination.
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Select DEST. MEMORY in the main navigation menu.
Open the EDIT MEMORY item in the destination memory menu.
3
Select SAVE DEST..
✔
A speller will open for you to enter a short name.
4
Enter a short name for the destination and confirm it.
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2
5
select the
✔
The destination is saved with its full name.
symbol and press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
TIP: You can change the name of the destination at any time.
Entering and editing short names
To edit a short name that has been assigned to a destination in the destination
memory or to assign a short name to a destination,
1
open the EDIT MEMORY item in the destination memory menu.
2
Select MODIFY DEST..
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
An alphabetically sorted list with all the available destinations in the destination memory appears.
4
Select the destination whose name you want to edit.
✔
A speller opens.
5
Enter a short name for the destination using the speller,
symbol and press the right knob/pushbutton ; or
6
select the
6
keep the right knob/pushbutton ; pressed for longer than two seconds.
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SAVE DEST.
ENTER DEST.
CLEAR DEST.
MODIFY DEST.
SORT DEST.
DEST. MEMORY
SAVE DEST.
ENTER DEST.
CLEAR DEST.
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keep the right knob/pushbutton ; pressed for longer than two seconds
or
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Sorting destinations manually
You can also sort destinations manually in the destination memory. You can
then access this list of manually sorted destinations from the destination memory when selecting your destination.
To sort the destinations,
1
open the EDIT MEMORY item in the destination memory menu.
2
Select SORT DEST..
3
Move the selection bar to the entry that you want to reposition and
4
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The reposition marker appears in front of the entry.
5
Reposition the destination to a new position in the list and
6
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
7
Repeat this procedure until all the entries are in the required position.
8
Press the ESC button 9 to close the SORT DEST. menu again.
Deleting destinations from the destination memory
You can delete the last 10 destination memory, individual destinations or all the
destinations in the destination memory. A navigation CD must be inserted before you can do this.
To delete all the destinations or just individual destinations,
1
open the EDIT MEMORY item in the destination memory menu.
2
Select CLEAR DEST..
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SAVE DEST.
ENTER DEST.
CLEAR DEST.
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A menu containing the following options appears:
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SINGLE DEST.: You can select and delete individual destinations from
the list of saved destinations.
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ALL DESTS.: All destinations in the destination memory are deleted.
✔
A confirmation request appears after you select the required option.
3
Confirm your selection with DELETE or return to the previous menu with
ABORT.
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1
select the CLEAR LAST 10 item in the destination memory menu.
✔
A confirmation request appears.
3
Confirm your selection with DELETE or return to the previous menu with
ABORT.
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GPS status
You can display the number of currently received GPS satellites and your geographic position.
Select the GPS INFO item in the main navigation menu.
✔
The number of received GPS satellites and your geographic position are
displayed.
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Bypassing a traffic jam during navigation
Alongside the feature for automatically bypassing traffic jams with the aid of the
dynamic navigation feature, the TravelPilot also gives you the option of manually entering traffic jams or blocked sections of road during an active navigation
session.
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TRAFFIC AHEAD
To bypass a traffic jam, proceed as follows:
1
Press the traffic jam button 7.
✔
The traffic jam menu is displayed.
2
Open the TRAFFIC AHEAD menu item.
✔
The traffic jam bypass menu opens. The selection marker is positioned
over the TO item.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
4
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the
FROM item.
5
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to set the distance from your current
position at which the traffic jam bypass should begin.
6
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the TO
item.
7
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to set the distance from your current
position at which the traffic jam bypass should end.
8
Select OK and
9
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The navigation menu opens again and the route is recalculated. NEW
CALC appears in the title line whilst the route is being calculated.
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FROM:
3.1mi
TO:
CLEAR
7.0mi
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1
Open the traffic jam bypass menu.
2
Select CLEAR and
3
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The navigation menu opens again and the route list is recalculated.
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Excluding a route section from the route list
You have the option of excluding individual sections from the calculated route.
This is useful if you are informed of road closures or construction sites along
your route and you want to avoid these areas.
Excluding a route
1
Press the traffic jam button 7.
✔
The traffic jam menu is displayed.
2
Open the MODIFY ROUTE menu item.
✔
The route list for the route exclusion feature is displayed.
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To exclude a route, proceed as follows:
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Note: Longer sections in which you can exclude subsections are
marked with a “+”. To view the subsections, highlight the entries
marked with a “+” and keep the right knob/pushbutton pressed for
longer than two seconds. Subsections that are not subdivided are
marked with a “-”. Sections that cannot be excluded (for instance,
because there is no available alternative route) are marked with a
lock symbol.
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3
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the
first road that you want excluded from your route. If necessary, open
longer sections as already described.
4
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
A circle is displayed in front of the destination.
5
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the
last road that you want excluded from your route. If necessary, open
longer sections as already described.
6
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The navigation session is displayed again and the route list is recalculated. NEW CALC appears in the title line whilst the route is being calculated.
Cancelling / changing exclusions
1
Press the traffic jam button 7.
✔
The traffic jam menu is displayed.
2
Open the MODIFY ROUTE menu item.
✔
A system query is displayed. If you want to cancel an exclusion, select
CLEAR; the navigation session is displayed again and the route is recalculated.
If you want to change the exclusion, select MODIFY and repeat steps
3 - 6 listed in the “Excluding a route” section.
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ROUTE: Choose between the quickest, the shortest or dynamic (DYN.)
navigation with TMC. If you select DYN. route, the options route listed
below will be hidden from view; the TravelPilot calculates the quickest
route whilst taking into account the current traffic messages and automatically tunes into a TMC station.
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MOTORWAY: You can set whether you want to use motorways during your
navigation session.
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FERRY: You can set the system to be able to use ferries or avoid them.
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TOLL: You have the option of excluding or including roads for which a toll
charge is levied in your navigation sessions.
Note: If, for instance, MOTORWAY AVOID is set, and a very long detour would be the result of applying this option, the TravelPilot will
instead decide to include motorways in its route calculations. The
same applies to ferries and toll roads.
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ROUTE
FAST
MOTORWAY
WITH
FERRY
WITH
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WITH
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The configurable parameters are:
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ROUTE LIST
POSITION MARK
TA
OFF
SYMBOLS
2D
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You can customise the route to suit your requirements at any time, even during
an active navigation session.
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Defining route options
1
press the MEN button :.
✔
The navigation session’s navi menu appears.
2
Open the ROUTE OPTION menu item.
✔
The selection menu for the route options opens.
3
Select the menu item you want to change and
4
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
ROUTE OPTION
ROUTE
DYN.
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To define the route options,
CONTINUE
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If you want to close the selection menu,
1
press the ESC button 9 (you will return to the navi menu) or
1
select the CONTINUE menu item and
2
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
If navigation is not active, the navi menu will be displayed again. If navigation is active, you will be switched to the navigation session.
Note: If you change the route options whilst a navigation session is
active, the route will be recalculated. The set route options remain
active until they are changed again.
Setting a position marker
You can save your current vehicle position at any time, even during an active
navigation session. This feature is useful if you notice an interesting location
during your journey and want to return to it at some other point in time.
To set a position marker for your current position,
1
press the MEN button :.
✔
The navi menu is displayed.
2
Highlight the POSITION MARK menu item.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
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ROUTE OPTION
ROUTE LIST
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TA
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If you select the NAME option and enter a name for the position marker, the
name will be automatically stored in the destination memory.
1
Select the NAME menu item.
✔
A speller will open for you to enter the short name.
2
Enter a short name,
3
keep the right knob/pushbutton ; pressed for longer than two seconds
or
3
select the
✔
The position marker is saved in the destination memory with the short
name that you entered.
NEW NAME
HOME_
TIME: 03:27
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ -/.
ÄÖÜ 1234567890
E
symbol and press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
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If you selected CONTINUE, the menu from which you set the position marker will
be opened without a short name being saved for the position marker.
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After you press the right knob/pushbutton ;, a selection menu opens. You are
now given the option of assigning a name to the position marker or returning to
the menu in which you set the position marker.
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Saving a position marker
The position marker is then saved together with the time in the POSITION MARK
memory in the destination memory.
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Note: A maximum of five position markers (together with the time)
can be saved in the POSITION MARK memory.
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Traffic announcements during navigation
You can switch traffic announcement standby during navigation on/off.
1
Press the TA button 4.
✔
The TA function is activated or deactivated.
Activating / deactivating voice output
You have the option of navigation with or without voice output. The voice output
informs you of the distance to the decision points and provides you with audio
driving recommendations.
1
Press the MEN button :.
✔
The navi menu is displayed.
2
Select the LANGUAGE menu item.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ; until the required ON or OFF option is
highlighted. The default setting is ON.
4
Press the ESC button 9 to close the navi menu.
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Press the MEN button :.
✔
The navigation session’s navi menu appears.
2
Select the LAST10 menu item.
3
Keep pressing the right knob/pushbutton ; until the required ON or OFF
setting is highlighted. The default setting is ON.
4
Press the ESC button 9 to close the navi menu.
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LANGUAGE ON
LAST10
ON
TIME INFO
MAN. POSITION
NAVI SIMULAT.
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If the LAST 10 option is activated, the last 10 navigation destinations are stored
automatically in memory. You can also deactivate the LAST 10 memory.
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Activating / deactivating the last 10 destinations memory
Selecting time information
press the MEN button :.
✔
The navigation session’s navi menu appears.
2
Highlight the TIME INFO menu item.
✔
The selected option is displayed symbolically after TIME INFO. The clock
symbol represents the current time display, the clock with the finishing
line flag stands for the approximate time of arrival, and the clock with the
car symbol represents the approximate remaining journey time.
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To choose between displaying the approximate remaining journey time, the approximate time of arrival or the current time,
To change the time display,
3
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
4
Press the ESC button 9 to close the navi menu.
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Manually setting your position
If GPS reception is not available, you can manually set your position yourself.
1
Press the MEN button :.
✔
The navi menu is displayed.
2
Highlight the MAN. POSITION menu item.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
4
You can now enter the position in the order of town, street, junction.
✔
After completing your entry, the navi menu will be displayed again.
Note: Not all junctions, for instance those on ring roads, are suitable when entering a position.
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Simulating navigation
The TravelPilot provides you with the option of simulating a navigation session.
During the simulation, the system provides visual driving recommendations and
voice output in real-time.
If you want to start a navi simulation,
press the MEN button :.
✔
The navi menu is displayed.
2
Select the NAVI SIMULAT. menu item.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
4
Choose between ROUND TRIP and ONE WAY.
5
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The main navigation menu appears.
6
Enter a destination.
✔
The navigation menu appears. An animated text with the word DEMO appears below the visual driving recommendations in the left of the display
area.
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Radio mode
Press the TU button A.
✔
The main menu opens in radio mode. The station that was received last
will be heard.
The six softkeys on both sides of the display are used for selecting and storing
station presets.
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Switching to radio mode
1
SETUP
JUMP
BBC
JAM FM
RADIO 1
EUROPE
EINSLIVE
Selecting the frequency range or memory
JUMP
The TravelPilot provides you with the option of receiving FM and medium-wave
stations. To select the FM or MW (medium wave) frequency range,
1
switch to radio mode and
2
press the TU button A again.
✔
The functions menu opens.
You can now access the memory levels using the corresponding softkeys.
Switching RDS (Radio Data System) on / off
The Radio Data System is a service provided by broadcasting stations offering
you added convenience and features when listening to FM radio. Alongside the
broadcast radio programme, RDS allows stations to transmit such information
as the programme name (up to eight characters long) and the station’s traffic
announcement status. As soon as a station is detected, its name appears in the
display. Furthermore, the TravelPilot tunes into the station frequency offering
the best reception (alternative frequency).
Before you can benefit from the advantages of RDS, you first have to activate it
in the radio mode’s setup menu.
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FMT
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Switch to radio mode.
2
Press the MEN button :.
✔
The radio mode’s setup menu appears.
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You will find the RDS item in the lower left display line. You can choose between
the VAR, FIX and OFF options. The default setting is VAR.
3
Keep pressing the softkey assigned to RDS until the required option appears alongside RDS.
SEARCH >> ON REG
PTY ON OFF SHARX
RDS VAR OFF R-TXT
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FIX: RDS radio mode is activated. Since some stations not only use RDS
to broadcast their names but also advertising, you have the option of
keeping the station name permanently in the display. Changing display
contents, e.g. advertising, will not be displayed.
VAR: Default setting; RDS radio mode is fully activated. Changing display contents, e.g. advertising, will also be displayed.
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OFF: RDS radio mode is deactivated. Stations can be tuned into using
the frequency details in the display. The “alternative frequency” function
is also deactivated.
Activating / deactivating RDS-REG
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A further advantage provided by RDS is the “alternative frequency” function.
The unit constantly tunes into the frequency offering the best reception for a
particular station. However, some stations divide their content at certain times
into regional programmes that are tailored to a certain region. The “alternative
frequency” feature may therefore sometimes interrupt reception of a regional
programme because it has automatically switched frequency. If you are listening to a regional programme and want to prevent the unit from switching to
another frequency, select the ON setting for the REG item in the radio mode
menu. The unit will then only retune if it appears that a “loss of reception” is
about to occur, i.e. if the station can no longer be received on the tuned frequency.
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Press the MEN button :.
✔
The setup menu is displayed.
2
Keep pressing the softkey that is assigned to REG until the required option appears alongside REG. The default setting is OFF.
Switching PTY on/off
PTY (Programme Type) is also an RDS service. Stations use PTY to inform you
of the type of programme content. This simplifies choosing stations according to
their programme content, e.g. POP or CLASSIC.
If you activate the PTY function in the radio mode menu, the programme type
appears briefly in the display when you tune into a station, for instance, when
you press a station preset button. If the station does not support the PTY function, nothing will be displayed.
1
Press the MEN button :.
✔
The setup menu is displayed.
2
Keep pressing the softkey assigned to PTY until the required ON or OFF
option appears. The default setting is ON.
PTY alarm
Alarm is a special programme type. If the TravelPilot receives an alarm announcement, e.g. a state of emergency alarm, a symbol appears in the display
foreground and the alarm announcement is played at the volume level set for
traffic announcements.
The alarm message can be cancelled by pressing the MEN button : or ESC
button 9.
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PTY ON OFF SHARX
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Activating / deactivating the TA function for radio mode
The TA function is activated / deactivated with the TA button 4. A TA symbol in
the status line indicates that the TA function is active and that a TP station is
being received. If the TA function is activated and no TP station is being received, a TA symbol will appear enclosed in a dashed line border.
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Traffic announcements (TA) are a service provided by the broadcasting stations. Traffic information announcements are broadcast regularly. Stations that
broadcast traffic announcements also transmit a signal indicating that they do. If
this signal is detected by your TravelPilot, a TP symbol (TP = Traffic Programme)
will appear in the status line of the main radio mode menu. If the TA function is
activated, a TA symbol will appear instead of TP.
Furthermore, the RDS-EON feature means you can receive traffic announcements from stations that do not broadcast their own traffic announcements. In
this case, the unit switches to another station that broadcasts traffic information
for the duration of the traffic announcement. Once the traffic announcement is
over, you will be switched back to the radio station that you were listening to
before.
The volume is raised by a predefined fixed level whilst the traffic announcement
is being made. You can set a minimum volume for traffic announcements in the
setup menu.
If the TA function is activated for the audio sources (CD, CD changer and navigation), playback will be interrupted when a traffic announcement arrives, and
the announcement will be heard. When the announcement is finished, playback
will resume.
If the TA function is active and you manually tune into a station that does not
support traffic announcements, you will hear a warning beep. If this is the case,
automatic TP seek tuning will be started by the system after the warning beep is
heard.
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1
Press the TA button 4.
When traffic information standby is switched on, a TA symbol appears in the
bottom line.
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Interrupting a traffic announcement
You can cancel the announcement by pressing the TA 4, MEN : und ESC 9
buttons or by tuning into another station.
TMC (Traffic Message Channel)
TMC stands for Traffic Message Channel and refers to broadcast digital traffic
information that can be analysed by the TravelPilot for dynamic navigation. The
TMC function is currently not supported by all radio stations, so sometimes it
may not be possible to receive a TMC station in certain regions. When dynamic
navigation is active, the TravelPilot tunes into a TMC station automatically. For
further details, read the section entitled “Dynamic navigation” in the “Navigation”
chapter. If a TMC station is being received, a TMC symbol appears in the status
line. Six TMC stations can be stored in the FMC memory.
TIP: You can conveniently store the six TMC stations with the strongest
reception in the region using the TMC Store function. For further information, read the section entitled “Storing TMC stations automatically” in this
chapter.
Tuning into FM stations
The TravelPilot provides several options for tuning into radio stations.
To do so, you have to configure what functions are assigned to the << / >> 2
buttons in the radio mode’s setup menu.
1
Press the MEN button :.
✔
The setup menu is displayed.
2
Keep pressing the softkey assigned to SEARCH until the required > or >>
option appears. The default setting is >>.
The > option means that when the RDS function is switched on, you can browse
through the broadcasting network (for further information, read “Browsing through
broadcasting networks” later on.) If the RDS function is switched off, you can
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tune into a station manually (for further information read “Tuning into stations
manually” later on).
The >> option means that automatic seek tuning will be started (for further information, read “Automatic seek tuning”).
Automatic seek tuning
1
press >> 2 to seek tune upwards or
1
the << button 2 to seek tune downwards.
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To tune into stations automatically,
If the TA function is activated, the unit will only tune into stations that support
traffic announcements (TA symbol in the display).
TIP: You can adjust the sensitivity used during seek tuning. For further
information, read the section entitled “Adjusting seek tuning sensitivity”
in the “Setup” chapter.
Browsing through broadcasting networks (only for RDS stations)
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An example of a broadcasting network is Norddeutsche Rundfunk NDR, which
includes the NDR1, NDR2, Radio3, NDR INFO and N-JOY radio stations.
You can directly tune into RDS stations in the reception area. If the unit is able to
receive several stations that are on the same network, you can browse back
and forth within the broadcasting network using the << / >> buttons 2.
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Note: This feature will only work if the unit has received these stations at least once already. For instance, begin a scan seek tuning
session or activate the Travelstore function. For further information, read the appropriate sections entitled “Scan seek tuning” and
“Storing stations automatically” in this chapter.
Tuning into stations manually
If you already know a station’s frequency, you can tune into it manually. This
can be useful if you want to tune into a station that is not picked up by the
automatic seek tuning feature.
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Note: This will only work if the RDS function is switched off in the
setup menu.
1
Press the << or >> button 2.
✔
The frequency changes in 100 kHz steps.
Tuning into MW stations
You can automatically and manually tune into stations in MW radio mode.
To do so, you have to configure what functions are assigned to the << / >> 2
buttons in the setup menu.
1
Press the MEN button :.
✔
The setup menu is displayed.
2
Keep pressing the softkey assigned to SEARCH until the required > or >>
option appears. The default setting is >>.
The > option means that you can tune into a station manually.
The >> option means that automatic seek tuning will be started.
Automatic seek tuning - MW
To tune into stations automatically,
1
press the >> button 2 to seek tune upwards or
1
the << button 2 to seek tune downwards.
✔
The unit tunes into the next station.
Tuning into stations manually - MW
If you already know a station’s frequency, you can tune into it manually. This
can be useful if you want to tune into a station that is not picked up by the
automatic seek tuning feature.
1
Press the << or >> button 2.
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Scan seek tuning automatically searches the entire frequency range for receivable stations. Each station is played for ten seconds. If you do not stop scan
seek tuning yourself, it will stop automatically when it has run through the frequency range once. Please note that if the TA function is activated, the unit will
only tune into stations that support traffic announcements (TP symbol in the
display).
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Scan seek tuning
To start scan seek tuning,
switch to the radio functions menu by pressing the TU button A and
2
press the softkey assigned to the PAGE 2 menu item.
3
Press the softkey assigned to the SCAN menu item.
✔
Scan seek tuning begins. The activity of the scan seek tuning operation
is indicated symbolically in the display foreground.
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Stopping scan seek tuning
If you want to stop scan seek tuning or continue listening to a station set by the
scan seek tuning operation,
1
press the ESC button 9.
✔
Scan seek tuning is stopped and the station that was tuned into last will
then continue to be heard.
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TMC Scan
TMC Scan only tunes into stations that support the TMC feature.
Starting TMC Scan
To start a TMC Scan,
1
switch to the radio functions menu by pressing the TU button A and
2
press the softkey assigned to the PAGE 2 menu item.
3
Press the softkey assigned to the TMC-SCAN menu item.
✔
The TMC Scan begins. The activity of the scan seek tuning operation is
indicated symbolically in the display foreground.
Stopping TMC Scan
If you want to stop scan seek tuning or continue listening to a station set by the
scan seek tuning operation,
1
press the ESC button 9.
✔
Scan seek tuning is stopped and the station that was tuned into last will
then continue to be heard.
Storing stations
The TravelPilot can store 24 FM stations on four memory levels and six MW
stations on one memory level.
Storing stations manually
To store a station manually,
1
switch to the radio functions menu by pressing the TU button A and
2
select the softkey assigned to the required FM memory level (FM1, FM2,
FMT or FMC) or the MW frequency range.
✔
The unit switches back to the main radio mode menu.
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Tune into a station as described in the section entitled “Tuning into a
station” and
4
press and hold the softkey assigned to the required memory location
until after the confirmation beep is heard.
✔
The station is now stored to that memory location. The name and frequency appear alongside the softkey in the display.
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The unit can automatically store the six stations with the strongest reception in
the region in the FMT memory. This feature is particularly useful on excursions.
Please note that any stations previously stored in the FMT memory will be overwritten by the Travelstore function. If the TA function is activated, only the six
traffic information stations offering the strongest reception will be saved.
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Storing stations automatically - “Travelstore”
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1
switch to the radio functions menu by pressing the TU button A and
2
press the softkey assigned to the PAGE 2 menu item.
3
Press the softkey assigned to the T-STORE menu item.
✔
The activity of the Travelstore feature is indicated symbolically in the
display foreground. The progress is displayed as a percentage in the title
line. After Travelstore has finished, all the stations stored in the FMT
memory are played briefly, and the unit then switches to the station stored
in memory location one.
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If you want to start Travelstore,
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Storing TMC stations automatically - “TMC Store”
The unit can automatically store six TMC stations from the region in the FMC
memory. Please note that any stations previously stored in the FMC memory
will be overwritten by the TMC Store function. For further details on TMC, read
the section entitled “Dynamic navigation” in the “Navigation” chapter and the
“TMC” section in this chapter.
Note: A navigation CD for the country which you are currently in
must have been inserted in the unit once so that the TMC Store
feature can work.
Starting TMC Store
If you want to start TMC Store,
1
switch to the radio functions menu by pressing the TU button A and
2
press the softkey assigned to the PAGE 2 menu item.
3
Press the softkey assigned to the TMCSTORE menu item.
✔
The activity of TMC Store is indicated symbolically in the display. The
progress is displayed as a percentage in the title line. After TMC Store
has finished, all the stations stored in the FMC memory are played briefly, and the unit then switches to the station stored in memory location
one.
Note: A TMC Store session can take a very long time because the
entire frequency range is scanned for receivable TMC stations.
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To activate / deactivate the TravelPilot’s SHARX function,
1
switch to the setup menu by pressing the MEN button : and
2
keep pressing the softkey associated with the SHARX menu item until the
required ON or OFF option appears. The default setting is ON.
SEARCH >> ON REG
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Activating / deactivating SHARX
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Displaying radiotext
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Radiotext is a service provided by some RDS stations. Alongside the station
name, some stations also broadcast additional information on the radio programme or the title of the track currently being played. This appears in the main
area of the radio’s main menu.
Activating / deactivating radiotext
To activate / deactivate the TravelPilot’s radiotext function,
1
switch to the setup menu by pressing the MEN button : and
2
keep pressing the softkey associated with the R-TXT menu item until the
required ON or OFF option appears. The default setting is OFF.
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PTY
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RDS
VAR ON R-TXT
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Neighbouring stations may occasionally cause interference to reception in FM
radio mode. This occurs particularly when the stations are close together in the
frequency range. The TravelPilot gives you the option of using the SHARX function to largely keep this kind of interference in check.
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If radiotext is shown in the display, and you want to change stations, for instance,
1
press the TU button A or a softkey.
✔
The main radio menu appears without radiotext.
2
Switch to another station.
✔
The radiotext will appear in the display again, if available.
TIM - Traffic Information Memory
The unit contains a digital speech memory which can automatically record up to
14 traffic messages with a maximum total duration of four minutes.
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Depending on the length of the new message, the oldest messages will be deleted.
If a message is longer than four minutes, it will not be recorded in its entirety.
OVERFLOW appears in the display.
If a new traffic message arrives whilst you are playing the TIM, playback will be
interrupted and the new message recorded.
Danger of damage to the electric car antenna in a car wash.
An automatic electric car antenna will remain extended if TIM is activated and
you turn the unit off.
Damage may result from an extended car antenna in a car wash.
For further information, read the section entitled “Deactivating TIM recording
standby”.
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Whilst the unit is switched on, traffic information is recorded automatically if a
traffic information station is received.
If TIM is activated, traffic information will be recorded whilst the unit is switched
off. You can choose whether you want traffic information to be recorded for 2 or
24 hours.
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If you are listening to a station that does not broadcast traffic information and
you switch the unit off whilst the TIM function is turned on, the unit will automatically search for a traffic information station.
Switching TIM on / off, changing the recording standby time
Press the T button 8.
✔
The traffic menu appears in the display.
2
Keep pressing the softkey associated with the TIM menu item until the
required option 2H (for 2 hours recording standby), 24H (for 24 hours
recording standby) or OFF appears.
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When the car radio is switched on, you can turn the TIM function on / off as
follows.
1
Note: You can also switch TIM off by keeping the T button 8 pressed
for longer than two seconds whilst the traffic menu is being displayed.
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If TIM is switched on, the traffic information provided by a tuned traffic information station will be recorded after the unit is switched off.
TIP: You can also set the TIM recording standby mode when you switch
the unit off.
✔
When you switch the unit off, GOODBYE appears in the display together
with the options for setting TIM standby.
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Keep pressing the T button 8 until the required 2H, 24H or OFF option is
highlighted.
Listening to stored traffic messages
The unit can record 14 traffic messages.
To listen to the stored traffic messages,
1
press the T button 8.
2
Press the softkey assigned to the TIM-INFO menu item.
✔
The latest message always has the highest number and is played first.
The other traffic messages follow in descending order. The display shows
the time at which the traffic message was received.
✔
After the last message is heard, the unit returns to the previous mode of
operation.
To continue listening to the audio source that was active last without first having
to listen to all the traffic messages,
1
press the T button 8 or ESC button 9.
Deactivating TIM recording standby (whilst in the car wash)
Before you drive into a car wash,
1
switch the radio off.
✔
GOODBYE appears in the display together with the options for setting TIM
standby.
2
Keep pressing the T button 8 until the OFF option is highlighted.
✔
TIM recording standby is deactivated, the antenna retracts (please make
sure that this actually happens) and remains retracted until the car radio
is switched on again.
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You can drive into the car wash.
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When you switch the TravelPilot on again, you have to re-activate TIM recording
standby.
Viewing TMC messages
Press the T button 8.
2
Press the softkey assigned to the T-INFO menu item.
✔
The latest announcement appears in the display. The announcement
number and the number of announcements in memory are displayed in
the top line. 1 is always the latest announcement.
3
You can switch between the announcements using the right knob/pushbutton ;.
4
When you have finished reading the messages, press the T button 8 or
ESC button 9.
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The TravelPilot provides you with the option of viewing the traffic messages
received via TMC (Traffic Message Channel) in the display. These messages
are used by the navigation system for dynamic navigation (for further information, read the section entitled “Dynamic navigation” in the “Navigation” chapter).
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Note: To ensure that only the data that are relevant to your current
vehicle position are used, the TMC function only processes TMC
messages relating to an area within a radius of 62 miles around
your vehicle position.
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You can play audio CDs in the TravelPilot’s internal CD drive. When you are
playing audio CDs, only NO MAP navigation is possible.
Only use audio CDs that bear this logo:
During CD playback, the track number and the playing time or just the track
number will be displayed in the title line of the main CD menu. All the CD’s track
numbers are displayed in the functions area. The track currently being played is
highlighted. The functions area also displays a symbolic representation of how
much of the track’s playing time has already elapsed.
AUDIO-CD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
The status line displays the following: a symbol indicating that an audio CD is
inserted, whether a programmed playlist of the CD is being played, the current
audio source, and the status of the TA and TMC functions.
Playing a CD
CD playback begins automatically as soon as you insert an audio CD.
Inserting a CD
button 1 to open the control panel.
1
Press the
2
Press the
3
Carefully insert the CD with the printed side uppermost into the unit’s CD
compartment. Push the CD until you feel some resistance. From this
point onwards, the CD will be drawn in automatically.
✔
CD playback begins automatically after the CD has been checked. The
main CD menu appears.
button B to remove a CD that may already be in the unit.
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Starting internal CD playback (no CD changer is connected)
1
press the CD-C button ?.
✔
The unit switches to the main CD menu and CD playback begins. If no
audio CD is inserted, a message informing you of this appears in the
display.
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If an audio CD is inserted and no CD changer is connected,
Starting internal CD playback (a CD changer is connected)
If the last CD that was listened to was played in CD changer mode, the unit
opens the main CD changer menu.
If you want to activate the internal CD drive,
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1
press the CD-C button ? again.
✔
The CD functions menu for CD changer mode opens.
2
Press the softkey assigned to the CD menu item.
✔
If there is no audio CD inserted in the internal CD drive, a lock symbol
appears in front of the CD menu item, and the item cannot be selected.
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If a CD is inserted in the internal CD drive and a CD changer is connected, the
unit switches to the main CD menu after you press the CD-C button ?. The CD
source (CD or CD changer) that was last active will be played.
During CD playback, you have the option of displaying either the track number
and the track playing time or just the track number in the title line of the main CD
menu. If you want to switch the playing time display on / off,
1
open the setup menu for CD mode by pressing the MEN button : and
2
press the softkey assigned to the TIME menu item.
✔
The playing time display will be switched on / off. The default setting is
ON.
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Traffic announcements during CD mode
To switch traffic announcement standby (see the section entitled “TA (Traffic
Announcement)” in the “Radio mode” chapter) on / off during CD mode,
1
press the TA button 4.
✔
The TA symbol is displayed or hidden in the status line of the main CD
menu.
Selecting tracks
You can select tracks directly whilst a CD is playing. To select the next track,
1
press the >> button 2.
✔
When the last track is reached and you press the >> button 2, the first
track of the CD will be selected.
To repeat the current track or select the previous track,
2
press the << button 2.
✔
If the first track of the CD is selected and you press the << button 2, the
last track will be played.
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Fast searching
If you are listening to a track and you want to play a certain part of it, you can do
so with fast search mode.
1
Press the << or >> button 2 during playback.
✔
You can hear the track fast forwarding / reversing.
Random play (MIX)
2
press the softkey assigned to the MIX menu item.
To stop the MIX function, press the ESC button 9. The MIX function is automatically stopped when the SCAN function is activated.
Scanning all tracks on a CD (SCAN)
If you want to briefly play all the tracks on a CD, proceed as follows:
1
Switch to the functions menu in CD mode by pressing the CD-C button
? and
2
press the softkey assigned to the SCAN menu item.
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NAME
To stop the SCAN function, press the ESC button 9. The SCAN function is
automatically stopped when the MIX function is activated.
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Switch to the functions menu in CD mode by pressing the CD-C button
? and
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You can play the tracks on a CD in random order.
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Repeating tracks (REPEAT)
To repeat a track, activate the repeat function.
Proceed as follows:
1
Select the required track,
2
switch to the functions menu in CD mode by pressing the CD-C button
? and
3
press the softkey assigned to the REPEAT menu item.
✔
The track is repeated until the repeat function is cancelled. RPT appears
in the status area of the main CD menu.
4
Switch back to the main menu in CD mode by pressing the CD-C button
?.
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SCAN
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NAME
MIX
SCAN
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CDC
PROGRAM
NAME
If you want to cancel the repeat function,
1
repeat steps 2 - 4.
Naming CDs
The TravelPilot provides you with the option of naming CDs. The name can be
up to seven characters long.
TIP: The name that you give a CD is stored in memory even after you
remove the CD from the unit. If you insert the CD again at a later time,
the name will still be available.
If you want to name a CD,
1
switch to the functions menu in CD mode by pressing the CD-C button
? and
2
use the NAME softkey to open the CD name menu.
3
Press the softkey assigned to the EDIT menu item.
✔
The speller opens.
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Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the
first letter of the name you wish to enter.
✔
The currently highlighted letter is displayed in an enlarged fashion within
the magnifier on the right of the display.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The letter is entered into the name line at the top.
3
Continue in this manner with the remaining letters of the name.
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STONES_
S
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ -/.
ÄÖÜ 1234567890
Once you have finished entering the name,
4
keep the right knob/pushbutton ; pressed for longer than two seconds
or
4
highlight the
✔
The name is stored and the unit switches to the CD functions menu. The
name is displayed in the functions area of the main CD menu.
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symbol and press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
Deleting characters
If you want to delete a letter that you have just entered,
1
press the ESC button 9 or
1
highlight the
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Entering a name
symbol and press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
Deleting the current name
1
switch to the CD name menu,
2
press the softkey assigned to CLR NAME.
✔
The name is deleted. The name will also be deleted if you open the speller again and close it with the
symbol or by pressing the right knob/
pushbutton ; for a longer period of time.
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Deleting all names
If you want to delete all the CD names from memory, proceed as follows:
1
Open the CD name menu and
2
press the softkey assigned to the CLR ALL menu item.
✔
A confirmation request appears. If you are sure you want to delete all the
CD names,
3
select YES with the right knob/pushbutton ;.
4
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
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CLR ALL
EDIT
If you do not want to delete the names,
1
press the ESC button 9.
Programming playlists
You can programme the tracks on a CD that you want to listen to.
This means you can prevent tracks from being played that you do not want to
listen to. Tracks can only be programmed in ascending order, e.g. 1, 4, 7, etc.
but not 3, 1, 4, etc.
Defining a playlist
To define a playlist,
1
switch to the CD functions menu by pressing the CD-C button ?,
2
press the softkey assigned to the PROGRAM menu item.
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The programme menu opens. If you have not selected any tracks yet, the
CLR PRG and RUN items cannot be selected. If this is the case, they will
be marked with a lock symbol.
3
Use the << / >> buttons 2 to select the track you want to play first.
4
Press the softkey assigned to the ADD menu item.
5
Select the next track in the playlist and
6
press the softkey assigned to the ADD menu item.
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RUN
SKIP
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Repeat these steps for all the tracks that you want to include in your playlist.
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TIP: The programmed playlist remains stored in memory even after you
remove the CD from the unit. When you insert the CD again, you will be
able to access the programmed playlist again.
Deleting tracks from playlists
To delete tracks from the playlist,
2
select the track you want to delete using the << / >> buttons 2 and
3
press the softkey assigned to the SKIP menu item.
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open the programme menu,
Starting / stopping a playlist
Once you have included all the tracks you want in the playlist,
1
press the softkey assigned to the RUN menu item.
✔
The main CD menu appears. All the tracks included in the playlist are
marked as such in the track display. TPM appears in the status line.
To stop a playlist whilst it is running without deleting it,
1
CLR PRG
press the softkey assigned to the RUN menu item again.
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Deleting individual playlists
To delete a playlist if, for instance, you want to programme a new one,
1
run the playlist that you want to delete and
2
press the softkey assigned to CLR PRG.
Deleting all playlists in memory
If you want to delete all the playlists in memory,
1
press the softkey assigned to CLR ALL.
✔
A confirmation request appears. If you are sure you want to delete all the
programmed playlists,
2
select YES with the right knob/pushbutton ;.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
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CD changer mode
You can use the following Blaupunkt CD changers with the TravelPilot:
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CDC - A08
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IDC - A09
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Please refer to the installation and connection instructions supplied with your
CD changer for information on how to install the CD changer in your vehicle and
connect it to the TravelPilot.
Inserting CDs in the CD changer
Please refer to the instructions supplied with your CD changer for information on
how to fill the magazine with CDs and insert the magazine into the changer.
To switch to CD changer mode,
1
press the CD-C button ?.
✔
If the CD source that you listened to last was the internal drive and an
audio CD is still inserted in the drive, the unit will first play this CD. If this
is not the case, the last heard CD in the CD changer or the first available
CD in the changer will be played.
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Switching to CD changer mode
1
switch to the functions menu by pressing the CD-C button ? and
2
press the softkey assigned to the CDC menu item.
✔
The main CD changer menu opens. The title line contains the number of
the track and the playing time.
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If the audio CD in the internal CD player is active, then
TIP: The playing time display can be deactivated. For further information
on this, read the section entitled “Switching the playing time display on/
off” in this chapter.
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The functions area in the centre of the display contains the numbers or
names of the first five CDs in the changer.
In addition, a menu item is displayed so that you can open the second
page of the main CD menu.
Note: Since the IDC - A09 has a capacity of five CDs, there is no
second page in the main menu if an IDC - A09 is connected.
In the bottom line (the status line) you will see the following displayed from left to
right:
-
a symbol indicating whether a navigation or an audio CD is inserted,
-
symbols for the SCAN, MIX and RPT modes (the symbols are not available
if the status clock is activated. For further information on the status line clock,
read “Setting the clock” in the “Setup” chapter).
-
a symbol indicating the current audio source,
-
the status of the TA function and
-
the status of the TMC function.
Switching between the main menu and functions menu
To switch between the main menu and functions menu in CD changer mode,
1
press the CD-C button ?.
✔
The functions menu opens.
Opening the setup menu
If you want to open the setup menu for CD changer mode,
1
press the MEN button :.
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COCKER
MOZART
DOORS
BACH
CD 6-10
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Selecting a CD
To select a CD,
1
press the softkey assigned to the CD.
If the required CD is not shown in the functions area of the display, open the
second page of the main menu.
Press the softkey assigned to the CD6-CD10 or CD1-CD5 menu item.
✔
The other page of the main menu is opened.
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Selecting tracks
You can select tracks directly whilst a CD is playing.
1
press the >> button 2.
✔
When the last track is reached and you press the >> button 2, the first
track of the CD will be selected.
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To select the next track,
Replaying tracks
1
press the << button 2.
✔
If the first track of the CD is selected and you press the << button 2, the
last track will be played.
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To replay the current track or select a previous track,
Fast searching
If you are listening to a track and you want to play a certain part of it, you can do
so with fast search mode.
1
Press and hold the << or >> button 2.
✔
You can hear the track fast forwarding / reversing.
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Random play (MIX)
You can play the tracks on a CD or all the CDs in the changer in random order.
1
Switch to the functions menu by pressing the CD-C button ? and
2
press the softkey assigned to the MIX menu item.
✔
The first randomly selected track will then be played. MIX appears in the
status line of the main menu.
Configuring random play MIX for one CD or for all the CDs in the
magazine
MIX
SCAN
REPEAT
CD
PROGRAM
NAME
MIX
SCAN
REPEAT
CD
PROGRAM
NAME
The MIX function provides you with the option of randomly playing only the tracks
on the CD you are currently listening to or the tracks on all the CDs in the changer.
1
Switch to the setup menu by pressing the MEN button :.
2
Press the softkey assigned to the MIX menu item until the required option
appears alongside MIX.
CD
- Only tracks on the CD currently being listened to will be played
randomly.
MAG
- Tracks on all the CDs in the magazine will be played randomly.
Scanning tracks (SCAN)
If you want to briefly play the tracks on a CD or the tracks on all the CDs in the
changer, proceed as follows:
1
Switch to the functions menu by pressing the CD-C button ? and
2
press the softkey assigned to the SCAN menu item.
✔
All the tracks are played for 10 seconds starting from the current track.
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The SCAN function provides you with the option of choosing whether only the
tracks on the CD you are currently listening to should be scanned.
Switch to the setup menu by pressing the MEN button :.
2
Press the softkey assigned to the SCAN menu item until the required
option appears alongside SCAN.
CD
- Only tracks on the CD currently being listened to will be scanned.
MAG
- All tracks on all the CDs in the magazine will be scanned.
TIME ON CD
SCAN MAG
CD
MIX
RPT
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Configuring SCAN for one CD or for all the CDs in the magazine
Repeating tracks or CDs (REPEAT)
To repeat a track or a CD, activate the repeat function.
Proceed as follows:
1
Select the required track or CD,
2
Switch to the functions menu by pressing the CD-C button ? and
3
press the softkey assigned to REPEAT.
✔
The track or CD is repeated until the repeat function is cancelled. RPT
appears in the status area of the main CD menu.
MIX
SCAN
REPEAT
CD
PROGRAM
NAME
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Activating the repeat function
Cancelling the repeat function
1
press the ESC button 9.
Activating the repeat function for tracks
If you only want to repeat the current track, you have to set the RPT function to
TRK before activating it.
1
Switch to the setup menu by pressing the MEN button : and
2
press the softkey assigned to RPT until TRK appears alongside it.
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TIME ON TRK
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MIX
CD
CD CHANGER
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If you want to cancel the repeat function,
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Activating the repeat function for CDs
To repeat a CD, you first have to set the repeat function to CD.
1
In the setup menu, press the softkey assigned to RPT until CD appears.
The settings are kept for all repeat functions in CD changer mode until the next
time you change them.
Programming playlists
You can programme the tracks on a CD that you want to listen to.
This means you can prevent tracks from being played that you do not want to
listen to. Tracks can only be programmed in ascending order, e.g. 1, 4, 7, etc.
but not 3, 1, 4, etc.
Defining a playlist
To define a playlist,
1
select the CD for which you want to programme the playlist,
2
switch to the functions menu by pressing the CD-C button ? and
3
press the softkey assigned to the PROGRAM menu item.
✔
The programme menu opens. If you have not selected any tracks yet, the
CLR PRG and RUN items cannot be selected. If this is the case, they will
be marked with a lock symbol.
4
Select the track that you want to play first.
5
Press the softkey assigned to the ADD menu item.
6
Select the next track in the playlist by pressing the << or >> button 2
and
7
press the softkey assigned to the ADD menu item.
MIX
SCAN
REPEAT
CLR PRG
CLR ALL
CD
PROGRAM
NAME
ADD
RUN
SKIP
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Repeat these steps for all the tracks that you want to include in your playlist. A
star is displayed in the main menu alongside the CD number or name to indicate
that a playlist has been programmed for this CD.
TIP: The programmed playlist remains stored in memory even after you
remove the CD. When you insert the CD again, you will be able to access
the programmed playlist again.
Deleting tracks from playlists
select the track you want to delete using the << / >> buttons 2 and
press the softkey assigned to SKIP.
Starting / stopping a playlist
Once you have included all the tracks you want in the playlist,
1
press the softkey assigned to the RUN menu item.
✔
The main CD menu appears. All the tracks included in the playlist are
marked as such in the track display. TPM appears in the status line.
To stop a playlist whilst it is running without deleting it,
1
press the softkey assigned to the RUN menu item again.
CLR PRG
CLR ALL
ADD
RUN
SKIP
Deleting individual playlists
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2
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To delete tracks from the playlist,
1
run the playlist that you want to delete and
2
press the softkey assigned to CLR PRG.
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To delete a playlist if, for instance, you want to programme a new one,
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Deleting all playlists in memory
If you want to delete all the playlists in memory,
1
press the softkey assigned to CLR ALL.
✔
A confirmation request appears.
If you are sure you want to delete all the programmed playlists,
2
select YES with the right knob/pushbutton ;.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
Naming CDs
The TravelPilot provides you with the option of naming CDs. The name can be
up to seven characters long.
TIP: The name that you give a CD is stored in memory even after you
remove the CD from the changer. If you insert the CD again at a later
time, the name will still be available.
If you want to name a CD,
1
select the required CD in the main menu,
2
select the functions menu by pressing the CD-C button ? and
3
use the NAME softkey to open the CD name menu.
4
Press the softkey assigned to the EDIT menu item.
MIX
SCAN
REPEAT
CD
PROGRAM
NAME
Entering a name
✔
The speller opens.
5
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection marker to the
first letter of the name you wish to enter.
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CLR ALL
EDIT
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6
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The letter is entered into the name line at the top.
7
Continue in this manner with the remaining letters of the name.
Once you have finished entering the name,
symbol and press the right knob/pushbutton ; or
8
highlight the
8
keep the right knob/pushbutton ; pressed for longer than two seconds.
✔
The name is stored and the unit switches to the functions menu. The
name is displayed in the functions area of the main CD menu.
CD NAME
DOORS_
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
PQRSTUVWXYZ -/.
ÄÖÜ 1234567890
S
Deleting characters
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The currently highlighted letter is displayed in an enlarged fashion within
the magnifier on the right of the display.
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✔
If you want to delete a letter that you have just entered,
2
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
Deleting the current name
To delete the name of the current CD,
1
switch to the CD name menu and
2
press the softkey assigned to CLR NAME.
✔
The name is deleted.
CLR NAME
CLR ALL
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highlight the
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1
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Deleting all names
If you want to delete all the CD names from memory, proceed as follows:
1
Open the CD name menu and
2
press the softkey assigned to CLR ALL.
✔
A confirmation request appears.
If you are sure you want to delete all the CD names,
3
select YES with the right knob/pushbutton ;.
4
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
CLR NAME
CLR ALL
EDIT
If you do not want to delete all the names,
1
press the ESC button 9.
Switching the playing time display on/off
During playback, you have the option of displaying either the track number and
the track playing time or the CD number and the track number in the title line of
the main menu. If you want to switch between the playing time display and the
CD number display,
1
switch to the setup menu by pressing the MEN button : and
2
press the softkey assigned to the TIME menu item.
TIME ON TRK
SCAN MAG
MIX
CD
RPT
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To switch traffic announcement standby (see “TA (Traffic Announcement)” in
the “Radio mode” chapter) on / off during CD changer mode,
Press the TA button 4.
✔
The TA symbol is displayed or hidden in the status line of the main CD
menu.
TIME ON TRK
SCAN MAG
CD
MIX
RPT
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Activating / deactivating traffic announcements
(CD changer)
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REMOTE
CONTROL
Steering wheel remote control
The RC 10 steering wheel remote control allows you to safely and conveniently
access some of the TravelPilot’s primary functions from your steering wheel.
The / , / and OK buttons on the remote control have the same functions
as the right knob/pushbutton.
Selecting an audio source
You can use the RC10 remote control to switch between the audio sources.
1
Briefly press the SRC button on the remote control.
✔
The next audio source that is ready to play will be selected.
Activating navigation
To access the navigation system from the RC 10 remote control,
1
press and hold the SRC button on the remote control until the unit switches
to navigation mode.
Entering a destination using the steering wheel remote control
You can use the arrow buttons and the OK button on the steering wheel remote
control to enter a destination in the same way as you would on the unit.
Adjusting the volume
To adjust the volume using the remote control,
1
press the V+ or V- button.
✔
The volume is increased or decreased.
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Muting
You can mute the unit using the remote control.
1
Press the
button.
Cancelling mute
If you want to cancel mute,
1
press the
1
press the V+ or V- button.
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button again or
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CONTROL
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Setup - basic settings
Setup mode allows you to adjust the TravelPilot’s basic functions to suit your
needs.
You can change the following device functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DISPLAY - Changing the display characteristics
VOLUME - Setting the default volume levels
CLOCK - Setting the system time and switching the main clock and status
clock on / off
LANGUAGE - Loading the language
INSTALL - Testing and calibration menu
SAFETY - Activating / deactivating the code feature
DEFAULT SET. - Activating the factory default settings
FM-SEEK BEST/SENS - Setting the seek tuning sensitivity
Activating the setup menu
If you are in a main menu or a functions menu,
1
press the MEN button : twice.
✔
The unit switches to the setup menu.
If the setup menu of an audio source or navi menu is already active,
1
press the MEN button : once.
✔
The unit switches to the setup menu.
To change settings and access menu items,
1
use the right knob/pushbutton ; to move the selection bar.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
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SETUP
INDEX
SETTINGS
DISPLAY
VOLUME
CLOCK
LANGUAGE
INSTALL
SETTINGS
LANGUAGE
INSTALL
SAFETY
DEFAULT SET.
FM-SEEK
SENS
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Setting the day / night changeover, viewing angle and display brightness
You can deactivate the automatic changeover to night-time display and adjust
the display brightness for the night and day displays in the display setup. You
can also change the display viewing angle here.
open the setup menu,
2
open the DISPLAY menu item.
3
select the DAY / NIGHT menu item and
4
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The setting changes to OFF.
To reactivate the automatic changeover feature, repeat the steps. The default
setting is ON.
Adjusting the viewing angle
Under the ANGLE menu item, you can adjust the display to suit the angle at
which you view it. To adjust the angle,
1
highlight the ANGLE menu item.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
3
Adjust the angle using the right knob/pushbutton ; and
4
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
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DAY/NIGHT
ON
+
ANGLE BRIGHTNESS:
+
DAY
+
NIGHT -
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If you want to deactivate the automatic changeover to the night-time display
because, for instance, you always drive with your headlights on,
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Automatic changeover to night display
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SETUP
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CD MODE
Adjusting the display brightness
You can adjust the display brightness separately for the day and night display. If
you want to adjust the display brightness,
1
use the right knob/pushbutton ; to select the DAY or NIGHT item that
you require and
2
repeat the steps described under “Adjusting the viewing angle”.
Adjusting the fading effect for menus
If you want to adjust the fading effect for menus,
1
use the right knob/pushbutton ; to select the SPECIAL EFF menu item.
2
You can choose between 3 different fading effects by pressing the right
knob/pushbutton ;. The default setting is 0 (no effect).
CD CHANGER
SETUP
DISPLAY
ANGLE BRIGHTNESS
DAY
NIGHT SPECIAL EFF
Configuring power-on / telephone / navigation / traffic information announcement volume and GALA settings
In the VOLUME setup menu you can configure the unit’s power-on volume, the
minimum volume for traffic announcements (TA-MIN), the minimum volume for
voice output (NAV-MIN), the value for the speed-related automatic sound adjustment feature (GALA), and the volume for telephone calls.
Note: If during a traffic announcement or navigation voice output
the system volume is higher than the value set for the minimum
volume, the traffic announcement or voice output will be played at a
fixed level above the system volume.
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DISPLAY
VOLUME
CLOCK
LANGUAGE
INSTALL
INDEX
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+
+
0
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To configure the volume setup,
open the setup menu,
2
open the VOLUME menu item,
3
use the right knob/pushbutton ; to select the menu item that you want
to configure and
4
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
5
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to adjust the settings.
✔
The selected menu item will appear enclosed in a dashed line border. To
help you configure the volume settings more easily, the volume will be
increased / decreased as you make your changes.
6
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
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+
+
+
+
+
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Note: If the power-on volume is set to maximum, the volume level
can be very high when the unit is switched on. This can cause hearing damage.
VOLUME
POWER-ON TA-MIN
NAVI-MIN GALA
PHONE
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The power-on volume is a limiting value. This means that if the volume when
you switch the unit on is lower than the configured power-on volume, the volume
level that was last set will be applied. If the volume when you switch the unit on
is higher than the configured power-on volume, the volume will be reduced to
the power-on volume level when you turn the unit on.
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Setting the clock
In the CLOCK setup menu, you can activate / deactivate summer time, set the
time format (12/24 hour), and set the time zone in relation to the standard time
(GMT). These settings are necessary so that the TravelPilot can calculate the
system time from the received GPS time. In addition, you can activate / deactivate the status clock (when the status clock is active, the time is displayed in the
status line of the currently active audio source), and turn the main clock on / off
(time display when the unit is switched off and the ignition is turned on).
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SETUP
CLOCK
SETTINGS
STATUS CLOCK
MAIN CLOCK
INDEX
OFF
OFF
Switching the status clock on/off
1
Highlight the CLOCK menu item in the setup menu.
2
Highlight STATUS CLOCK.
3
Keep pressing the right knob/pushbutton ; until the required ON or OFF
setting is displayed.
Note: The status clock hides other symbols in the main menus of
the audio sources.
Switching the main clock on/off
1
Highlight the CLOCK menu item in the setup menu.
2
Highlight MAIN CLOCK.
3
Keep pressing the right knob/pushbutton ; until the required ON or OFF
setting is displayed.
Selecting the time format
1
Highlight the CLOCK menu item in the setup menu.
2
Select SETTINGS.
3
Highlight the TIME FORMA menu item.
4
Keep pressing the right knob/pushbutton ; until the required 12H or 24H
setting is displayed.
CLOCK
TIME FORMA
24H
+1
TIME ZONE
OFF
SUMMER TIME
GPS TIME
02:42 h
SYSTEMTIME 03:42 h
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Setting the time zone
Highlight the CLOCK menu item in the setup menu.
2
Select SETTINGS.
3
Highlight the TIME ZONE menu item.
4
Adjust the time difference using the right knob/pushbutton ;.
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1
The deviation from GMT for Germany is +1 hour.
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Activating summer time
1
highlight the CLOCK menu item in the setup menu.
2
Select SETTINGS.
3
Highlight the SUMMER TIM menu item.
4
Keep pressing the right knob/pushbutton ; until the required ON or OFF
setting is displayed.
✔
The system time is adjusted.
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When you activate / deactivate summer time, the system time is adjusted automatically. To activate / deactivate summer time,
Setting the time manually
1
highlight the CLOCK menu item in the setup menu.
2
Select SETTINGS.
3
Highlight the SYSTEMTIME menu item.
4
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The hours appear in an inverted display.
5
Adjust the hours using the right knob/pushbutton ;.
6
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The minutes appear in an inverted display.
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If you want to set the time manually because, for instance, GPS reception is not
possible,
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CD CHANGER
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7
Adjust the minutes using the right knob/pushbutton ;.
8
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
Selecting the language
You can set the language for the displays and navigation. There are various
languages available depending on the navigation CD. Metric settings (distances
in kilometres and metres) and imperial settings (distances in miles and yards)
are available for the English language.
1
Open the setup menu.
2
Select the LANGUAGE menu item.
3
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
A list of the available languages appears.
4
Select the required language and
5
confirm your selection with the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The new language is loaded. If a navigation CD is inserted in the unit,
and depending on the type of navigation CD, the navigation system’s
voice output will inform you that the process has been completed. The
unit switches back to the setup menu.
Note: Navigation voice output is in English for Denmark, Sweden
and Portugal. The display contents are shown in the country’s language.
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If you installed the unit yourself, the system has to be calibrated to suit your
vehicle.
1
Select INSTALLATION in the setup menu.
2
Select the CALIBRATION menu item.
3
Select the NEW INSTALL menu item.
4
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The system display will now guide you through the installation process.
Please follow the instructions provided by the system. The TravelPilot first carries out a system test.
5
Carry out the steps as instructed by the system and
6
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
Cancelling calibration
CALIBRATION
TYRE CHANGE
NEW INSTALL
STATUS
MANUAL
use the right knob/pushbutton ; to select ABORT and
2
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
✔
The previous item in the installation procedure is displayed.
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You have the option of cancelling the procedure at any time. If you want to
cancel the installation procedure,
1
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Calibrating after installation (new installation)
INSTALLATION
SYSTEM TEST
CALIBRATION
GPS STATUS
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The INSTALLATION setup menu contains all the necessary items for preparing
the TravelPilot for operation once it has been installed.
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Calibrating the device
After the system test is complete, the system will automatically carry out the
actual calibration. You will be required to drive an 8 to 10 mile route with good
GPS reception.
Before you start the process, you will be asked to confirm the deletion of any old
calibration values that may already be set.
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Note: No navigation is possible during the first 25% of the calibration procedure after NEW INSTALL is selected.
The route that you have to drive along depends on various factors
such as the quality of GPS reception and the route itself. The specified distance in miles is only an average value. It can also be considerably shorter or considerably longer if conditions are poor.
Calibration after a tyre change
It may be necessary to recalibrate the TravelPilot after a tyre change.
1
Select CALIBRATION from the INSTALLATION setup menu.
2
Highlight and confirm the TYRE CHANGE menu item.
3
Carry out the steps as instructed by the system.
Manually calibrating the system
You can also manually calibrate the system. You will be required to drive a route
of at least 350 ft at a maximum speed of 19 mph. Please note that a route must
be used that has been measured as precisely as possible.
1
Select CALIBRATION from the INSTALLATION setup menu.
2
Highlight and confirm the MANUAL menu item.
✔
You will now be asked to enter the length of the route that you want to
drive.
3
Select the first digit of the route length and
4
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
5
Enter the remaining digits of the route length in the same way.
6
Confirm the details you entered by pressing the right knob/pushbutton
; for a longer period.
✔
You will be asked to drive the route.
MIN
DISTANCE
350 ft
0123456789
0
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Carry out the steps as instructed by the system.
Carrying out the system test
You have the option of carrying out a system test. The system checks the GPS
antenna and whether the reversing signal and the vehicle ignition are correctly
connected to the system.
1
Select SYSTEM TEST menu item in the INSTALLATION setup menu.
2
Press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
3
Choose between SENSOR TEST, INTERNAL TEST and CALIBRAT. DATA.
✔
The displays containing the corresponding test results are shown.
Activating / deactivating the code feature
INSTALLATION
SYSTEM TEST
CALIBRATION
GPS STATUS
DEUTSCH
You can activate your TravelPilot’s code feature in the SAFETY setup menu. If
the code feature is activated and the unit was disconnected from the battery
power supply, you can only operate the unit again once you have entered a
code number.
Note: Since the TravelPilot is not equipped with any other theft protection system, you should activate the code feature.
To activate / deactivate the code feature,
1
highlight the CODE menu item in the SAFETY setup menu and
2
press the right knob/pushbutton ;.
The code feature is activated / deactivated. The current status is displayed alongside CODE. You have to respond to the confirmation request by entering the
code. The default setting is OFF, i.e. the code is not activated.
INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
DEUTSCH
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to select START.
8
SETTINGS
LANGUAGE
INSTALL
SAFETY
DEFAULT SET.
FM-SEEK
SENS
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
DEUTSCH
7
103
INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Resetting to the factory defaults
You can reset the TravelPilot to its default settings. This affects all the settings
for the navigation system and the audio sources.
1
Select DEFAULT SET. from the setup menu.
Step 1: If a navigation CD is inserted, you will be asked whether you want to
reset the navigation system’s values. This affects all of the destination memory
and the route options. If no navigation CD is inserted, the next query is displayed straight away.
2
If you want to delete the settings, press YES or
2
to retain the navigation system’s settings, select NO.
Step 2: This query refers to deleting the name and playlist memory for CD mode.
3
To reset the settings, select YES, otherwise
3
select NO.
Step 3: The last step affects all the options, all the setup settings and all the
sound settings of the audio sources.
4
If you want to delete the settings, press YES or
4
to retain the settings, select NO.
If you confirmed at least one item with YES, the device will be reset. The unit is
then switched off and back on.
Note: A table containing the factory default settings for the device
is located at the end of this chapter.
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
SETTINGS
LANGUAGE
INSTALL
SAFETY
DEFAULT SET.
FM-SEEK
SENS
104
1
Use the right knob/pushbutton ; to select the FM-SEEK menu item.
2
Keep pressing the right knob/pushbutton ; until the required option is
displayed inversely alongside FM-SEEK.
BEST: Automatic seek tuning stops only at stations offering a high reception quality (e.g. no interference). This is useful in areas where
there are a lot of radio stations.
SETTINGS
LANGUAGE
INSTALL
SAFETY
DEFAULT SET.
FM-SEEK
SENS
DEUTSCH
DEUTSCH
SENS: Automatic seek tuning stops at stations offering a lower reception quality. This setting is intended for areas with a low radio
station density and large distances between stations.
ENGLISH
You have the option of setting the seek tuning stop sensitivity for automatic seek
tuning mode. The default setting is BEST.
DEUTSCH
Setting seek tuning sensitivity
INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
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INTRODUCTION
NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Factory default settings
The following table contains the factory default settings for the TravelPilot.
Setting
Default setting
Display
Day / night
Viewing angle
Brightness day
Brightness night
Special effects
On
6
7
5
0
Volume
Power-on
TA-Min
Nav-Min
GALA
Tel-Vol
20
21
3
3
16
Clock
Time format
Time zone
Summer time
Status clock
Main clock
24 h
+ 1.0
On
Off
Off
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SETUP
INDEX
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Off
Radio
RDS-REG
PTY
RDS
TA
SHARX
Radiotext
Seek tuning sensitivity
Off
On
Var
On
On
Off
Best
CD audio
Playing time display
On
CD changer
Playing time display
Scan
Mix
Repeat
On
CD
CD
Track
Navigation
Route
Motorway
Ferry
Toll
Symbol
Voice output
Last 10
Time info
Fast
With
With
With
2D
On
On
Arrival time
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
DEUTSCH
DEUTSCH
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
Code feature
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
Sound
Bass
Treble
Balance
Fader
Loudness
7
7
9 (middle)
9 (middle)
5
TIM
TIM standby
24 h
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
108
L
A
LAST 10 option ..................................... 53
Loudness ............................................... 14
Alternative frequency ............................ 57
Entering a destination ........................... 17
Entering a tour destination .................... 36
Excluding a route section from
the route list ..................................... 47
B
F
Manually setting your position ............... 54
MIX .................................................. 75, 84
Balance ................................................. 14
Basic settings ........................................ 94
Bass ...................................................... 14
Fader ..................................................... 14
Fast searching ................................. 75, 83
M
N
Naming CDs .................................... 76, 88
NO MAP navigation session ................. 40
G
C
GPS status ............................................ 45
Cancelling navigation ............................ 34
CD changer mode ................................. 81
CD mode ............................................... 72
Centre ................................................... 25
H
D
I
Destination memory ........................ 30, 42
Destinations .......................................... 17
Display .................................................. 13
Dynamic navigation ............................... 35
Inserting a CD ....................................... 72
Inserting the navigation CD ................... 16
Playing a CD ......................................... 72
Playing time display ........................ 73, 90
Position marker ..................................... 31
Position tracking mode .......................... 42
Programming playlists ..................... 78, 86
PTY ....................................................... 58
DEUTSCH
House number ................................. 23, 24
NAVIGATION
J
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
DEUTSCH
P
Junction ........................................... 23, 25
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ENGLISH
E
DEUTSCH
Index
SETUP
INDEX
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NAVIGATION
RADIO MODE
CD MODE
CD CHANGER
SETUP
INDEX
R
S
T
Radio mode ........................................... 56
Radiotext ............................................... 67
Random play ......................................... 75
Random play (MIX) ............................... 84
RDS ....................................................... 56
RDS-REG .............................................. 57
Remote control ...................................... 92
REPEAT .......................................... 76, 85
Repeating tracks (REPEAT) .................. 76
Repeating tracks or CDs (REPEAT) ..... 85
Route list ............................................... 41
Route options ........................................ 49
Saving a destination in memory ............ 42
SCAN .............................................. 75, 84
Scan seek tuning .................................. 63
Scanning tracks (SCAN) ....................... 84
Scanning tracks on a CD ...................... 75
Selecting a CD ...................................... 83
Selecting the operating mode ............... 11
Selecting tracks ............................... 74, 83
Setting a position marker ...................... 50
Setup ..................................................... 94
SHARX .................................................. 67
Sorting destinations manually ............... 44
Special character sets ........................... 19
Special destinations .............................. 26
Special destinations at your final destination ................... 27
Special destinations destination surrounding area ........... 29
Special destinations national destinations ........................ 28
Special destinations position surrounding area ................ 29
Starting a navigation session
to a tour destination ......................... 39
Starting navigation ................................ 32
Storing stations ..................................... 64
Street ..................................................... 23
TA .......................................................... 59
TIM - Traffic Information Memory .......... 68
Time information ................................... 53
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) ........... 60
TMC messages ..................................... 71
TMC Scan ............................................. 64
TMC Store ............................................. 66
Tour list .................................................. 36
Town ...................................................... 22
Traffic announcement ........................... 59
Traffic announcements during
CD mode ......................................... 74
Traffic announcements during
navigation ........................................ 52
Traffic jam .............................................. 46
Travel guide .......................................... 40
Travelstore ............................................ 65
Treble .................................................... 14
Tuning into radio stations ................ 60, 62
V
Voice output .......................................... 52
Volume .................................................. 12
Volume mute during telephone calls ..... 12
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Phone:
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(H)
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(USA)
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