BURY | CC 9060 Plus | Operating instructions | BURY CC 9060 Plus Operating instructions

BLUETOOTH HANDS-FREE
C ARCAR
KIT KIT
FREISPRECHEINRICHTUNG
/ HANDS-FREE
CC 9060
GB
Operating manual
CC 9060
Index
Introductory information
1. General
2. Security guidelines
Installation of the hands-free car kit
3. Scope of supply CC 9060
4. Positioning and mounting
5. Connecting the Electronic box
6. Installation instructions for the fuses
7. Installation instructions switching box AC 5120
Operating guidelines
8. Initial operation of the hands free set
®
9. Establishing a Bluetooth connection
10. Handling possibilities
11. The display
12a. Accepting, making, ending calls
12b. Transferring Calls
12c. Conference Mode
13. Voice Dial
14. Voice dial commands
15. Head menu
16. Dial number
17. Phonebook
18. Redial
19. Call list
20. Messages
21. Dial Joe Bloggs
22. Settings
22.1 Bluetooth
22.2 Voice Dial
22.3 Audio
22.4 Display
22.5 Device
23. Handling via Touch screen
Further Information
24. Service
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Introductory information
1. General
Dear customer,
Congratulation on purchasing a BURY hands-free car kit. You have chosen a high quality product that is extremely easy to use. All aspects of
BURY production through to sales and service are subject to strict quality management according to DIN EN ISO 9001. All BURY hands-free
car kits meet CE and e1 security standards. Furthermore, we provide a
two-year warranty on all components.
Please read the operating manual carefully so that you can fully enjoy
your BURY hands-free car kit. If you have any further questions concerning installation or operation of your car kit, please contact your dealer.
He will be happy to give you reliable advice. You can also contact our
hotline. Our phone and fax numbers are listed in the chapter Service at
the end of the operating instructions.
Have a good trip!
2. Security guidelines
Installation – who and where
The installation of this system can be carried out by yourself but please
observe the installation requirements of the automotive manufacturer
(VAS 1978). During the installation, park the car at a place where the
road traffic is not impaired. We recommend to let a specialised workshop perform the installation.
Power supply
This system has been designed for the use in vehicles with an on-board
supply system of 12 volts (passenger car). If you intend to install the
device in a vehicle with an on-board supply system of 24 volts (lorry),
please use a voltage converter. If you have queries regarding this subject, please contact our hotline.
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Position, volume
Install the components of the device in the vehicle so that your field of
vision is not impaired and the components are not mounted in the impact zone of the passenger compartment or in the airbag inflation zones. The removal of coverings (with and without airbags) or components of the dashboard requires – in some cases – special tools and
special knowledge.
Intended use
We shall not be liable for damages or malfunctions due to improper use
of the navigation system. Therefore, do not expose the device to moisture, extreme temperatures or shocks and carefully follow the procedure described in the installation and operating guidelines.
Use while driving
Operate the system only when the situation allows it and when you do
not endanger, harm, constrain, or annoy other road users. The volume
of the device has to be set in a way that exterior noise is still audible.
Faults
Do not commission the device if you detect or assume a defect. In this
case, contact a BURY specialised dealer or our hotline. Improper repair
efforts can be dangerous for you. Therefore, only skilled personnel may
perform inspections.
Important:
 The driver is ultimately responsible for the safe operation
and control of their vehicle at all times. You should never
use a hand held phone, including sending or reading text or
picture messages, while driving.
 Research indicates that there is a risk to safety when the
driver of a motor vehicle is distracted and using a mobile
phone while driving can be a distriction.
 The manufacturer strongly recommends that you use a
hands-free solution when driving.
Avoid exposure to long periods of direct sunlight when
vehicle is parked as this can
cause, among others, damage to the readability of
the display. The sound functioning of the display is guaranteed up to a maximum
temperature of 60° C.
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Installation of the hands-free car kit
3. Scope of supply CC 9060
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Description of the components:
1) Electronics box
2) Mounting pad
3) Display
4) Hook-and-loop fastener
5) Fixing screws for electronics box
6) Microphone with cable
7) Loudspeaker switching box AC 5120
4. Positioning and mounting
Step 1:
First of all, please choose the most convenient position for the monitor
and the installation pad in your vehicle by attaching the monitor / hookand-loop fastener to the pad and checking different positions in the
vehicle. After having found a suitable position for the monitor in the
vehicle you can mount / attach the installation pad / hook-and-loop
fastener accordingly. Please use the enclosed cleaning cloth for degreasing the surfaces you want to attach the installation pad to. Please
note that in case of high variations in temperatures - depending on the
structure and the features - decolourisations of the surfaces can occur
during the subsequent utilisation.
Important:
 When positioning the monitor please take care that the
monitor does not impair the view onto the road, that it will
not be installed in the impact zone of the passenger compartment (amongst others in the airbag inflation zones) and
that cables may be laid without any problems.
 The installation pad / hook-and-loop fastener can be affixed just once, removing could damage the adhesive area.
In case of high variations in temperatures - depending on
the structure and the features - decolourisations of the surfaces can occur during the subsequent utilization.
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Example of installation 1:
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Step 2:
Depending on the vehicle type and its equipment (e.g. airbags), it is
reasonable to install the microphone either at the A-pillar, at the sun
shield or at the roof interior. For details about the equipment features
please refer to the vehicle documents. Please also observe the notes on
distances to other components and to the driver / speaker, as specified
in the installation manual.
Step 3:
Please lay the cables in a way that they do not lie/hang unsecured in
the vehicle and that they may not influence the conducting of the vehicle. When laying a cable, please take care that it is not under traction
stress but that it has some tolerance. Avoid crushing the cable as damages of the insulation can be caused by friction/rubbing.
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Step 4:
Install the electronics box at a convenient place in the vehicle. This can
e.g. be behind the radio, in the glove box, or in the centre console.
Please mind that you can access the connections of the box without
difficulty. Before connecting the components to the electronics box you
should branch off the battery for safety reasons. In doing so, take into
account that there might be a radio coding (confer radio manual).
Example of installation 2:
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Important:
 Please install the electronics box behind a cover or somewhere you can only reach by opening or unfastening a
protective cover/ a cover. The terminal box must not hang
loosely in the vehicle.
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5. Connecting the Electronic box
Please connect the switch box AC 5120 to the electricity supply of the
radio and connect the Molex plug with the electronic box (see chapter:
Connection of the loud speaker switch box AC 5120).
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6. Installation instructions for the fuses
If you install the CC 9060 without the switchbox AC 5120 please stick to the following instructions
regarding the power supply safety.
Now connect the microphone (connection 5) and the plug of the monitor (connection 6) to the electronic box.
Through connection 4 the hands free set passes on the voice of the
dialogue partner during the telephone call. You can connect a separate
loud speaker (BURY accessories) or the AC 5120 to this connection.
With the latter variation, you use the vehicle’s internal sound system for
a voice return.
Note:
 If the DIN ISO plug of the AC 5120 does not fit in your
vehicle, numerous adapters are available from dealers.
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Connection options:
1 Power supply
2 Aux Out
3 Port for Accessory
4 External loudspeaker
5 Mikrophone
6 Display
7 basePlate System 9
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Please cut through the red, the black and the blue cable by means of a wire cutter or scissors. Now
insert the two endings of the red cable resulting from the cut into one of the binders, then close it. If
you hear two clicking noises, the clamp snapped in properly. Now insert one of the fuses and then
repeat the procedure with the other cables.
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7. Installation instructions switching box AC 5120
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After checking that all the cable lengths are sufficient, decide where you are able to attach the Audio
switchbox. Now secure the Audio switchbox so that it isn’t able to flap about and/or rattle against other
parts of your vehicle.
Now connect the audio switchbox plug (1) to the hands-free car kit. (The other, smaller box is used by
the audio switchbox plug for the microphone.) Now connect the white power out cable connector (2)
of your Audio switchbox to the power supply socket of your hands-free kit.
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Now disconnect the (a) and/or the (b) loudspeaker connector from the speaker socket on the radio at
the back. Connect this connector with the suitable socket (3) on the AC 5120. Now connect the plug
(4) with the radio.
With the AC 5120 speaker switchbox, you get the possibility of being able to mute the feedback of your
car radio / CD player etc. and to transfer the voice output of your conversation partner during a telephone call to your vehicle’s speakers. This means that the installation of additional speakers isn‘t required. If your radio has a mute function, then the vehicle speakers are turned onto mute using the
radio. If your car radio doesn‘t have this function, then the signals will be suppressed by the speaker
switchbox. You can use the AC 5120 through the connections that your BURY hands free car kit offers,
which guarantee voltage supply via molex plugs and also have a speaker output.
If you want to make a telephone call in the hands-free mode, your car radio will be automatically switched on to mute (for the exact operation of your hands free car kit, please read your HFCK user manual). The Audio switchbox now uses one or two loudspeakers in your car for the telephone conversation, even if your radio is switched off. This function will be automatically activated after the installation of the unit, there are no subsequent manual settings required.
Some mobile phones do not support a radio mute function. Please read your telephone user manual
for more details. You can find out more detailed information at your specialist retailer, in the internet
under www.bury.com, or over our telephone hotline.
Depending on the switcher position (5), the voice of your conversation partner will be fed back through
either the front right speaker, the front left speaker, or through both of the front loudspeakers. The
‘OFF’ position is to be selected if you connect the switchbox to the radio using the ‘Phone-IN’ cable
(6).
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The two ‘Phone-In’ cables are marked accordingly and must be plugged into the appropriate connections on the radio (blue, green or yellow). In this regard, please refer to the instructions
concerning the connection configuration of your car radio in your car radio handbook. In lots of
radios, the volume level (feedback of your conversation partner) can be controlled via the phone
input and the selection of the loudspeaker.
Different connections of the ISO plug on the radio
The layout of the pins on the ISO plug used in a car depends on the type of car. Before using the
switchbox, you should make sure that the connections are correct in order to prevent possible
damage to the device.
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Configuration II
If the assignment of pin 7 of the ISO plug is connected to the ignition, and pin 4 is connected to the
DC power supply, the connection of the cables should look like the connection presented on the drawing below.
Switchbox
Switchbox
Configuration I
If the assignment of pin 7 of the ISO plug is connected to the DC Power Supply, and pin 4 is
connected to the ignition, you should check if the connection looks like the connection presented
on the drawing below.
Switchbox
7 (red)
blue
4 (blue)
7 (red)
blue
4 (blue)
red
7 (red)
blue
4 (blue)
Vehicle
Vehicle
In the operating manual of the radio device, you can find the pin assignment for the “mute” signal. This
signal can occur on one of three cables marked with “mute1”, “mute2”, or “mute3”.
mute 1
radio device
red
red
mute 2
mute (yellow)
Switchbox
mute 3
Vehicle
Connect the yellow “mute” cable to the switchbox using the correct cable from the car radio: “mute 1”,
“mute 2” or “mute3”.
ATTENTION:
 The positive wires and ignition wires are protected in the casing of the switchbox with
3A fuses.
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Operating guidelines
8. Initial operation of the hands free set
After power supply of the hands free Kit (HFK) is sucessful connected,
the HFK is activated when you have started the vehicle. After that you
have to select the user language.
You can change the user language by selecting the entry lanuage.
You will find the entry under more - head menue - settings - device- language (see chapter 22.5).
9. Establishing a Bluetooth® connection
Startscreen without
paired telephone
If you would like to establish a Bluetooth® connection for the first time,
you must activate the Bluetooth® function in your mobile telephone and
start the search for Bluetooth® devices. Serach for a device with the
description “CC 9060...“. If several devices have been found, please
select and connected the 9060 and enter the PIN number `1234´. Up
to ten Bluetooth® devices recognitions can be stored in the system.
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Note:
 The telephone book on your mobile phone is generally
synchronised by the hands-free car kit at regular intervals.
For the duration of this short moment, the voice control will
not be available to you and you will receive a corresponding
message.
10. Handling possibilities
The system can be operated in two ways:
VOICE DIAL
COMMANDS
1. Operation using voice control
Touch screen
2. Handling via Touch screen
Note:
 If the automatic connection is activated, no other mobile
telephone can be paired. If you want to pair a new telephone, the automatic connection must be deactivated by
pressing the Auto connect field (upper right).
11. The display
Missed calls/
New messages
Startscreen with
paired telephone
Volume
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With the operation field on the left, you have the possibility of deciding between the day or night mode (also see chapter: display).
Active Bluetooth connection
Mobile telephone
in the A2DP mode
The loading status
In case a mobile telephone has been connected at some time, the
recognition / names of the mobile telephones appear in the display.
These are read one after the other by the HFK. With a connection
which has successfully been made, the name of the coupled mobile
telephone and of the provider will be shown and the data from the
telephone book (SIM card) and the address book (storage of the
telephone) are transmitted to the HFK. Depending on the amount of
stored data, this can take a few seconds. If the synchronisation of
the phone book is interrupted, e.g. though an incoming call, it is
possible that all entries will not be transmitted. If this happens, the
phone book should once again be manually synchronised (see chapter: device).
Device connected
of the battery of the
mobile telephone
Signal strength of the mobile
telephone network
Dial number
Phonebook
Activate Voice dial
More functions
 Note:
Please be sure to clean the display as necessary using a
damp lint free cloth. Please do not use any detergent.
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Operating guidelines
12a. Accepting, making, ending calls
In order to inform the driver of an incoming call, in the display a telephone symbol is shown. At the same time the name and telephone
number of the caller (if available) will be shown. The audio system is
switched to mute and the ring tone is broadcast through the loudspeaker of the audio system.
You can accept or reject the call using either the voice control (which
has to be activated beforehand, see chapter 22.5) or the touch
screen.
Incoming call
You will be asked whether you want to ‘accept’ or ‘reject’
the call.
The call can be accepted (pushing the green symbol) or
rejected (pushing the red symbol).
A call will be ended by pushing the red telephone symbol. During the
call, you have the possibility to regulate the volume of the voice of your
discussion partner through the `minus(-)´ or `plus(+)´ field.
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12b. Transferring Calls
Introduction
Transferring calls is to be understood as being the acceptance
of a call during a telephone call and alternating between two
conversations.
Please note:
 The functions described in chapters 12b and 12c are exclusively valid for incoming calls.
 Please remember that your range of functions can vary
depending on the type of mobile phone. Please find the
relevant details in the instructions manual for your mobile
phone.
If you receive another call during an active telephone conversation, you
will be informed of it via an acoustic signal. You now have the option of
either rejecting the call (the red symbol) or accepting the call (the
green symbol).
If you accept the call your previous call will be put on hold. Your conversational partner will be indicated with  gekennzeichnet.
You now have the following options
Active call
Using this field, you access a submenu in which you are able
on the one hand to select and send DTMF tones (e.g. to check
your mailbox) and on the other to changeover into the private
mode. In this mode, your conversation will be completed via
mobile phone and is no longer audible to the other passengers in the
vehicle. In addition you have the possibility to mute the microphone,
e.g. for further inquiries with a passenger.
Note:
 Please comply with the country-specific laws concerning
in-car telephone calls.
1. Using swap you can switch between your
different callers.
2. You can reject the active Call.
3. You can reject the held call.
4. You can activate the private mode.
(also see chapter 12a)
5. You can activate the mute.
(also see chapter 12a)
6. You can activate the keypad.
(also see chapter 12a)
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12c. Conference Mode
Introduction
The hands-free car kit provides you with the possibility of merging up to seven conversations to create a conference. This
means that all participants can talk to each other at the same
time.
If you receive a further call during an active telephone conversation, you can merge both conversations into a conference.
To this end select the merge command (conference is shown
in the display).
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13. Voice Dial
Introduction
With the help of the voice control, the telephone system can be
operated through spoken commands. This section explains the essential functions which can be accessed through the voice control.
Often a desired result can be reached in several ways.
The HFK itself leads you through some of the expanded functions.
If you are not sure which commands you can use in a specific menu,
say `HELP´. Then all valid commands are then listed. The HFK has
a `user training mode´ with which it can `get used to´ accents
and dialects.
During a conference, you have the following options
1. You can reject the active call.
(the conference ends)
2. You can activate the private mode.
(also see chapter 12a)
3. You can activate the mute.
(also see chapter 12a)
4. You can activate the keypad.
(also see chapter 12a)
For information see chapter 22.2: Voice dial.
If you receive a further call during a conference, you can add this to the
conference using the add to conference command or switch between
the conference and conversational partner using the swap command
(also see chapter 12b).
In order to deactivate the voice control, simply touch the touch screen
shortly anew. The system answers with `Cancel´.
Some voice commands can only be called up if a mobile telephone is
connected with the HFS using Bluetooth
In order to activate the voice control, please shortly touch
this field on the touch screen. The system answers with
`Head menu´. Speak after the tone clearly in the direction of the microphone.
Please note:
 The current mobile telephone networks only permit the
use of a maximum of two lines.
When there is a longer break, the system reacts with the question `Please say a command now´ and asks `Pardon?´, if a command was
not correctly understood.
Eight seconds afterwards the voice dial will be deactivated and must be
started new on the Touch screen.
If you are using both lines and you receive a further call, you have the
following options:
When entering voice commands, please ensure you speak naturally,
clearly and at a regular speed.
Reject call
Accept call
 Your active connection will be ended and replaced by the
new connection.
Note:
 With the use of the voice control it is recommended to
turn down the volume of components which are independent of the audio system (e.g. a navigation system) or to
switch off the broadcast of traffic jam warnings in order to
avoid unintended voice entries.
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14. Voice dial commands
The HFK can be operated through the following voice commands. The
voice commands are divided into different menus and some commands
are only available in certain menus.
With an active HFK, say `HELP´ if you are not sure which commands
are available: the HFK will then name all possible commands.
In addition to these commands, the HFK recognises the numbers from
zero to nine. Numbers which are larger than nine must be spoken individually (e.g. 10 = one, zero). To search in the phone book, the HFK
recognises the letters `A´ to `Z´ as well as the NATO alphabet.
For the entry of telephone numbers abroad, the command `PLUS´ is
also available.
When using voice control, in all menus these four commands are always
available.
Cancel
Head menu
Breaks off the current action
Back to Head menu
Back
One step back
Help
Names all commands
which are available
15. Head menu
Here you will find all menus which are necessary for the operation and
configuration of the system. These can be selected through the touch
screen or using voice control, in addition the HFK has two purely voice
commands:
`READ NEW MESSAGE´ and `DIAL JOE BLOGGS´.
You can find explanations of these in the corresponding chapters. On
the touch screen, the menus can be controlled through a simple touching of the respective field. In the following the individual menu points
will be explained.
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16. Dial number
Dial number
It makes sense to divide telephone numbers in short number blocks of
3-4 digits and to say them this way.
After the signal tone you can respectively continue your announcement.
Enter the area code (wait a moment so that the HFK can repeat the
entry).
Enter the first numbers of the actual telephone number (wait a moment
so that the HFK can repeat the entry.)
Enter the remaining numbers of the actual telephone number (wait a
moment so that the HFK can repeat the entry).
At each break, the HFK repeats the number block and waits for the next
number block.
When you have entered the last number block of the telephone number, you can check the complete telephone number once again with the
voice command `PLAYBACK´.
Numeric field in touch-screen mode
To dial a number please use the voice dial commands
which are displayed on the screen.
Playback
The HFK repeats the entire telephone number.
Delete all
The complete number will be deleted.
Delete last
The last digit will be deleted.
Dial
Delete group
A telephone connection is being established.
The last number block will be deleted.
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17. Phonebook
Phonebook
Press and release the button for the voice control shortly and use the
voice command `PHONEBOOK´.
Since your phonebook is scanned with the first coupling of your mobile
phone with the system, it is immediately available to you and is stored
until you delete the mobile phone from the list (see chapter: Bluetooth®). The telephone book data can of course only be seen or changed by you.
After the first entry has automatically been read aloud, in addition to
the standard commands the following voice commands are available:
Playback
Play list
Dial Joe Bloggs
The marked entry is read aloud again.
The entire list is read aloud to you. With `STOP´ you can stop the
process and select the respective entry. With `NEXT´ or `NEXT
PAGE´ and `PREVIOUS´ or `PREVIOUS PAGE´ you can navigate in
the list.
With `DIAL´ the telephone connection will be made. You can also
jump directly to one of the entries shown by activating the entry
number. E.g.: `SELECT ENTRY THREE´.
`Joe Bloggs´ is a placeholder for an entry from your phonebook. If you
select a name, you go directly to the respective entry.
Note:
 It is important that the stated name exactly corresponds
with the recorded entry in the phonebook.
 Please note that telephone book entries, which are only
shown in capital letters must be spelt out.
Dial fast search
Select
Here you can search for entries through a letter field. Name a beginning letter and with the voice command `SELECT´ all entries are
shown which begin with the respective letter.
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Under `DETAILS´ you will find if necessary all telephone numbers
listed under this entry
Depending on the settings in the mobile telephone, you will be shown
by the HFK either the SIM card contacts or the telephone contacts or
both.
If the SIM card contacts in the mobile telephone have been selected, for each
Dial home
name only one number is shown. If the
telephone contacts are selected, up to
Dial mobile
four number categories can be shown*:
`HOME´,
`MOBILE´,
Dial office
`OFFICE´,
`GENERAL´.
Dial general
Dial SIM
*This function depends on your mobile
phone.
Details
Details with SIM- and
telephone contacts
If you say `NUMBER´, all stored entries under this name will be read
aloud.
Number
In case you have stored more than one telephone number under a
name, you can also directly call through the category.
e.g. `DIAL JOE BLOGGS HOME´.
In addition you can allocate a phonebook entry with an own voice command (voice tag). This is recommended for names which are difficult to
pronounce.
Clearly speak the command into the microphone, the HFK repeats this
and you can then make a call to the desired discussion partner from the
head menu with e.g `DIAL CUSTOMER ONE´.
In all the HFK can store 150 voice commands. This voice command
(voice tag) is valid for all numbers which are allocated to this name. A
corresponding inquiry follows about which of these numbers you want
to call.
Note:
 In order to make voice recognition easier for the HFK,
please do not use voice commands for your voice commands (voice tags) which are also used by the HFK.
Details only with SIM contacts
Voicetags
Store
Playback
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18. Redial
Redial
The number which was last selected can be selected once again
19. Call list
Dialled calls
Missed calls
Here in a chronologic sequence all calls are listed which have been
made, missed or accepted.
You can have the telephone number read to you and if you want call
back. The navigation within the lists is carried out analogue to that of
the phonebook.
Received calls
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22. Settings
In this menu point, you can configure the HFK through five further
submenus.
22.1 Bluetooth
Here among other things you can determine if the HFK should automatically make a connection with your mobile phone via Bluetooth®. In
addition you can delete the individual mobile phones or also the entire
list of the paired mobile phones and change the PIN code (standard
1234). It is possible to set one mobile phone as default. The device will
automaticly search first for the default phone and then search for other
phones.
20. Messages
All messages
New messages
Read messages
Dial sender
Read new message
Settings
Bluetooth
Phone list
Clear list
Auto connect off
Received text messages are shown on the display and read aloud to
you. Up to 100 text messages can be stored. Both messages from the
SIM card as well as from the telephone are read aloud. It is suggested
that you regularly delete messages in order to ensure that you always
are shown the newest text messages on the display. In case you cannot
read all text messages (an information field is faded in) try it again later. You can also jump directly to a message shown by activating the
entry number. E.g.: `SELECT ENTRY THREE´.
Auto connect on
Pin Code
Accept
If you want you can call the sender back.
Note:
 With this voice command (is not shown on the display) you
can immediately have a new text message read aloud with
active voice control.
Default
22.2 Voice Dial
Voice Dial
In this submenu you can carry out the following settings.
Dial Joe Bloggs
21. Dial Joe Bloggs
With this voice command (is not shown on the display) you can immediately call a contact from your telephone book with active voice control.
Note:
 When doing so, it is important that the stated name exactly corresponds with the entry stored in the phonebook.
 Please note that telephone book entries, which are only
shown in capital letters must be spelt out.
Activating or deactivating the audio feedback: If you activate the
audio feedback, during the touch screen operation you receive voice
support (e.g. the phonebook entries are read aloud to you). Your selection is shown through an information field
`ADDITIONAL HELP OFF´: This means that the HFK will only read
aloud the most essential commands and confirmations. This setting is
recommended if you are well acquainted with the HFK, your selection
is shown to you through an information field.
Audio feedback
Additional help
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Speaker
adaptation
Description
The HFK works in general independent from the speaker, that means it
can immediately be operated without a `Voice training´. Then user
training is only needed if you speak a strong dialect. The HFK reads
twenty terms aloud to you which you have to repeat so that the system
can “get used to” your voice.
Here you will receive short instructions about the essential functions of
the HFK.
22.3 Audio
Audio
DSP
Phone DSP
Device DSP
Playback
Accept
Volume
Language
Ringtones
22.4 Display
This menu point makes it possible for you to adjust the display in diverse manners.
Display
`SLEEP MODE´
In order to avoid the blinding effect especially when driving at night,
you can activate this mode. This causes the display to shut off after
either 15, 30 or 60 seconds. With an incoming call, the HFK activates
the display automatically and you can accept the call.
Sleep mode
DSP
The HFK has an integrated noise and echo suppression (DSP) which is
activated as a standard and ensures the optimal voice quality for most
mobile telephones.
15 seconds
30 seconds
In this area you have the possibility to change the audio settings of the
HFK.
60 seconds
`ILLUMINATION´
Here the brightness of the display can be changed. As voice commands
´MORE´, `LESS´, `MINIMUM´ or `MAXIMUM´ are available. The
confirmation follows with `SELECT´.
Illumination
Note:
 We recommend that you keep this setting.
If you should still have an inferior voice quality, you have the possibility
here to both deactivate the DSP of the HFK or the DSP of your mobile
telephone.
Ringtones
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RINGTONES
The HFK is sold with four ring tones from which you can respectively
select one. With `NEXT´ or `PREVIOUS´ you can navigate in the
list.
With `ACCEPT´ the ring tone is selected.
VOLUME
Here you can change the volume of the voice replay and of the
ring tones.
Available as voice commands are `LOUDER´, `LOWER´,
`MAXIMUM´, `MINIMUM´.
`DAY NIGHT MODE´
The HFK has an automatic day/night mode with which the display automatically is adjusted to the changing lighting conditions. Here you can
deactivate this automatic mode or decide for one mode.
Automatic mode
Day mode
Night mode
`COLOUR THEME´
Here the different colour themes (background and text colour) can be
selected. Simply say the colour of the theme and confirm your selection
with `ACCEPT´.
`CALIBRATION´
This product was produced in compliance with the strictest quality criteria. Still in the course of time it can occur that the calibration of the
display changes (e.g. if touch screen commands are no longer carried
out correctly). Then you have the possibility of newly calibrating the
display. If you call up the voice commands, a cross appears on the
display which you should shortly touch. Please repeat this procedure
4x, then the HFK is newly calibrated and jumps back to the head menu.
Please only carry out this process when the vehicle is standing
still.
Colour theme
Calibration
Operating guidelines
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Device
22.5 Device
Further Information
24. Service
In case of general or technical queries, suggestions and comments,
please do not hesitate to contact our team at any time:
Call answering on
Language
Sync Phonebook
System
Version Info
Software Update
Factory setting
In this sub menue you can choose, if incoming
calls should be accepted automatically, manually or via voice.
The following user languages are available: English, German, French,
Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch.
In this menu point the phonebook can be updated. Some mobile telephones also support the possibility of sending across the complete telephone book manually (OPP-function). If you use this function, automatic synchronisation is deactivated.
In the menu point `SYSTEM´, you can update the HFK or set them back
to the factory settings. The software version installed on the HFK is
shown under `Version Info´. The latest software version can be downloaded under www.bury.com.
Note:
 Do not interrupt the power supply during an update.
 We recommend to let the firmware update be carried out
by a BURY specialised retailer.
23. Handling via Touch screen
All displayed commands can also be operated intuitively via
touch-screen and are self explaining. Except mere voice tags
`READ NEW MESSAGE´ and `DIAL JOE BLOGGS´.
The operation can be carried out via possibly existing arrow keys. With
the red symbol you can cancel an action or go a step back. With the
green symbol you can confirm actions. In certain menus speech support is available. You can activate the audio feedback (not implemented
yet) by touching the field `Switch Audio´ in the menue voice tags.
In addition the output volume and the brightness can be set through
`Plus(+)´ and `Minus(-)´ on the screen with a touch.
BURY GmbH & Co. KG
Robert-Koch-Straße 1-7
32584 Löhne
Hotline: +49(0)180 5 - 842 468*
Faxline: +49(0)180 5 - 842 329*
* 0.14 €/min. Deutsche Telekom AG landline
E-Mail: hotline@bury.com
Service desk:
In case of complaints, please return the product directly to our service
desk:
BURY GmbH & Co. KG
Im Hause DPD Depot 103
Robinienweg
D-03222 Lübbenau
Suggestions and feedback are always welcomed.
Notes on the disposal of electronic devices
In compliance with the German law on electric and electronic devices,
old electric and electronic devices must not be disposed of together
with domestic garbage in Germany, beginning March 24, 2006. If you
want to dispose of an old electric or electronic device you are required
to take it to a designated collection point (“point of acceptance” or
“communal collection point”). There old electric and electronic devices
are taken back free of charge.
Version 03/2008
25.1032.0-02-040308
Subject to change. Errors and ommissions excepted.
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