Blaupunkt Casablanca CD51 Portable Radio User Manual

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Casablanca CD51
Operating instructions
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SVENSKA
NEDERLANDS
ITALIANO
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ESPAÑOL
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PORTUGUÊS
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FRANÇAIS
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ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
CONTROLS
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2
3
4
5
6
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8
9
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button - unlocks the removable control panel (release panel)
Volume control
Button - switches the unit on/off,
volume mute
RDS button - switches RDS feature on/off (Radio Data System).
Scrolling text in display.
BND button (band) - selects radio mode, the FM memory levels, and the MW and LW wavebands.
TS starts the Travelstore function
Display
button - displays the time.
DIS - to change the display contents
MENU button - opens the basic
settings menu.
button - opens the flap and
removable control panel (flip-release panel)
:
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=
>
?
@
Arrow buttons
OK button - confirms menu entries and starts the SCAN function
DEQ button (digital equalizer) switches the equalizer on/off
AUD button (audio) - adjusts
bass, treble, balance and fader.
LD - switches loudness function
on/off (aurally compensated volume)
Keys 1 - 6
TRAF button (traffic) - switches
traffic information standby on/off
CD•C button - source selection
between CD, CD changer (if
connected) and AUX
Switching to CD mode .................. 43
Selecting a track ........................... 43
Fast forwarding /
rewinding (audible) ........................ 43
Random play (MIX) ........................ 43
Scanning tracks (SCAN) ............... 43
Repeating a track (REPEAT) .......... 44
Pausing playback (PAUSE) ............ 44
Changing the display ..................... 44
Traffic announcements in CD mode . 44
Naming CDs ................................. 44
Ejecting a CD ................................ 45
Radio mode ............................ 37
Switching to radio mode ................ 37
RDS functions (AF, REG) .............. 37
Selecting the frequency range /
memory ......................................... 37
Tuning into a station ....................... 37
Setting the sensitivity of the station
search mode ................................. 38
Storing stations ............................. 38
Storing stations automatically
(Travelstore) .................................. 38
Listening to preset stations ............ 39
Scanning receivable stations
(SCAN) ......................................... 39
Setting the scantime ...................... 39
Programme type (PTY) .................. 39
Optimising radio reception ............. 41
Displaying scrolling text ................. 41
Setting the display ......................... 41
Traffic information reception . 42
Switching to CD changer mode ..... 45
Selecting a CD .............................. 45
Selecting a track ........................... 45
Fast forwarding /
rewinding (audible) ........................ 45
Changing the display ..................... 46
Repeating individual tracks or
whole CDs (REPEAT) .................... 46
Random play (MIX) ........................ 46
Scanning all tracks on all CDs
(SCAN) ......................................... 46
Pausing playback (PAUSE) ............ 47
Naming CDs ................................. 47
Clock - time ............................ 48
Audio and volume distribution
settings .................................. 50
Loudness ................................ 51
Equalizer ................................ 51
External audio sources .......... 54
TMC for dynamic navigation
systems .................................. 54
Technical data ........................ 55
Guarantee .............................. 55
Installation instructions ........ 217
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ITALIANO
CD changer mode .................. 45
NEDERLANDS
Setting the power-on volume ......... 35
Mute - instantaneous volume
reduction ....................................... 35
Telephone audio / navigation audio 35
Automatic sound ........................... 36
Setting the volume of the
confirmation beep .......................... 36
SVENSKA
Switching on/off .................... 34
Volume adjustment ................ 35
ESPAÑOL
Theft protection ............................. 33
Removing the control panel ........... 33
Attaching the control panel ............ 33
PORTUGUÊS
Removable control panel ....... 33
ENGLISH
CD mode ................................ 43
Road safety ................................... 32
Installation ..................................... 32
Accessories .................................. 32
FRANÇAIS
Notes and accessories .......... 32
DEUTSCH
CONTENTS
NOTES AND ACCESSORIES
Thank you for deciding to purchase a
Blaupunkt product. We hope you enjoy
using this new piece of equipment.
Before using the device, please read
these instructions carefully. The Blaupunkt editors are constantly working on
making the operating instructions clearer and easier to understand. However,
if you still have any questions on how to
operate the unit please contact your
dealer or the telephone hotline for your
country. You will find the hotline telephone numbers printed at the back of
this booklet.
Road safety
Road safety has priority. Only operate your radio unit if the road and
traffic conditions allow you to do so.
Familiarise yourself with the unit before setting off on your journey.
You should always be able to hear
police, fire and ambulance sirens
from afar. For this reason, set the
volume of whatever you are listening to to a reasonable level.
Installation
If you want to install your car radio yourself, please read the installation and
connection instructions that follow these
operating instructions.
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Accessories
Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt.
Remote control
The optional RC08 or RC10 remote
controls allow you to safely and conveniently access the most important functions of your car radio from your steering wheel.
Amplifier
All Blaupunkt amplifiers can be used.
CD changer
You can connect the following Blaupunkt
CD changers:
CDC A 06, CDC A 08, CDC A 072 and
IDC A 09.
You can also connect the CDC A 05 and
CDC A 071 CD changers by using a
special adapter cable (Blaupunkt no.:
7 607 889 093).
Theft protection
➮ First, pull the control panel straight
1
➮ Press the
button 1.
●
●
Attaching the control panel
➮ Slide the control panel from left to
ITALIANO
right into the unit’s panel locking
mechanism.
➮ Press the left-hand edge of the
SVENSKA
NEDERLANDS
control panel into the unit until it
clicks into place.
Note:
● When attaching the control panel,
make sure you do not press the
display.
If the unit was still switched on when
you removed the control panel, the unit
will automatically switch on with the last
settings activated (i.e. radio, CD, CD
changer, or AUX) when the panel is replaced.
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ESPAÑOL
Removing the control panel
●
off the unit and then out towards
the left.
The unit switches off after the control panel is removed.
All the current settings are saved.
Any CD already inserted in the unit
remains there.
PORTUGUÊS
As a way of protecting your car radio
against theft, the unit is equipped with
a removable control panel (flip-release
panel). Without this control panel, the
car radio is worthless to a thief.
Protect your car radio against theft by
taking the control panel with you every
time you leave your vehicle. Do not leave
the control panel in your vehicle - not
even in a hiding place. The flip-release
panel has been designed to be easy to
use.
Note:
● Never drop the control panel.
● Never expose the control panel to
direct sunlight or other heat sources.
● Store the control panel in the supplied case
● Avoid making direct skin contact
with the control panel’s contacts. If
necessary, clean the contacts with
a lint-free cloth soaked in alcohol.
ENGLISH
The control panel locking mechanism
opens.
FRANÇAIS
Removable control panel
DEUTSCH
REMOVABLE CONTROL PANEL
SWITCHING ON/OFF
Switching on/off
There are various ways of switching the
unit on/off.
Switching on/off using the vehicle
ignition.
If the unit is correctly connected to the
vehicle’s ignition and it was not switched
off using button 3, it will switch on/off
simultaneously with the ignition.
You can also switch the unit on even if
the ignition is off.
➮ To do so, press button 3.
Note:
To protect the vehicle battery, the unit
will switch off automatically after one
hour if the ignition is off.
Switching on/off using the
removable control panel
➮ Remove the control panel.
The unit switches off.
➮ Attach the control panel again.
The unit switches on. The settings (radio, CD, CD changer or AUX) that were
set before the unit was switched off will
be reactivated.
Switching on/off using button 3
➮ To switch the unit on, press button
3.
➮ To switch the unit off, press button
3 for longer than two seconds.
The unit switches off.
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Switching on by inserting a CD
If the unit is switched off and the CD
drive does not contain a CD,
➮ Press the
button 9.
The flip-release panel opens.
➮ Gently insert the CD with the printed side uppermost into the CD
compartment until you feel some
resistance.
The CD will be drawn automatically into
the drive.
You must not hinder or assist the drive
as it draws the CD in.
➮ Gently close the control panel
whilst exerting a little pressure until
you feel it click into place.
The unit switches on. CD playback begins immediately.
til “ON VOLUME” appears in the
display.
➮ Set the power-on volume using the
and buttons :.
If you set the power-on volume to “0”:
every time you turn the unit on, the power-on volume will be the same as the
volume level that was set before the unit
was last switched off.
Risk of serious injury! If the power-on volume is set to maximum, the
volume level can be very high when
the unit is switched on.
If the volume was set to maximum
before the unit was switched off and
the power-on volume is set to “0”, the
volume level can be very high when
the unit is switched on again. This can
cause hearing damage.
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
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Setting the mute level
You can set the unit’s mute level.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : until “MUTE LEVEL” appears in the
display.
➮ Set the mute level using the
and
buttons :.
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Telephone audio / navigation
audio
If your car radio is connected to a mobile telephone or a navigation system,
the unit’s volume will be muted as soon
as you “pick up” the telephone or as
soon as a navigation announcement is
made. The caller or voice output will then
be heard over the car radio loudspeakers. In order for this to work, the mobile
telephone or navigation system must be
connected to the car radio in the manner described in the installation instructions.
Your Blaupunkt dealer will be able to tell
you which navigation systems can be
used with your car radio.
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FRANÇAIS
Setting the power-on volume
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : un-
“MUTE” appears in the display.
ITALIANO
volume control 2 to the left.
➮ Briefly press button 3.
NEDERLANDS
volume control 2 to the right.
➮ To decrease the volume, turn the
SVENSKA
➮ To increase the volume, turn the
This feature allows you to instantaneously reduce (mute) the volume to a level preset by you.
ESPAÑOL
The volume can be adjusted in steps
from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum).
Mute - instantaneous volume
reduction
PORTUGUÊS
Volume adjustment
DEUTSCH
VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
If a traffic announcement is received
during a telephone call or whilst a navigation announcement is being made,
the traffic announcement will only be
played after the call or voice output is
finished.
If you are already listening to a traffic
announcement and a telephone call
arrives or the navigation system wishes to make a voice output, the traffic
announcement will first be heard. Once
it is finished you can then listen to the
call or the voice output.
You can set the volume level at which
the telephone calls and navigation voice
output will first be heard.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : until “TEL/NAVI VOL” appears in the
display.
➮ Set the mute level using the
and
buttons :.
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Note:
You can directly adjust the volume of
telephone calls and navigation voice
output using the volume control 2.
Automatic sound
This feature automatically adjusts the
volume of the car radio to suit the speed
at which the vehicle is travelling. In order for this to work, your car radio must
be connected in the manner described
in the installation instructions.
The automatic sound level can be adjusted in six steps from (0 to 5).
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➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : until “AUTO SOUND” appears in the
display.
➮ Set the automatic sound level using the
and
buttons :.
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Note:
The optimum setting for the speed-related automatic sound adjustment feature depends on how noise develops in
your particular vehicle. You will have to
test various settings in order to discover which is best suited to your vehicle.
Setting the volume of the
confirmation beep
For some functions, you will hear a confirmation beep if you keep a button
pressed for longer than two seconds,
e.g. after storing a radio station to a station button you will hear a confirmation
beep. You can set the volume of this
beep.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : until “BEEP” appears in the display.
➮ Set the volume using the
and
buttons :. “0” means beep off, “9”
means maximum beep volume.
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Switching REG on/off
This unit is equipped with an RDS radio
receiver. Many of the receivable FM stations transmit a signal that not only carries the programme but also additional
information such as the station name
and programme type (PTY).
The station name appears in the display as soon as it is received.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : un-
➮ To switch REG on/off, press the
or
button :.
If you are in CD, CD changer or AUX
mode:
Switching the RDS function on/off
➮ Press the BND/ TS button 5.
REG), press the RDS button 4.
The RDS functions are active when
“RDS” lights up in the display with a symbol. When the RDS functions are
switched on, “REG ON” or “REG OFF”
appears briefly in the display.
Note:
REG must be separately activated/deactivated in the unit’s menu.
Selecting the frequency range /
memory
NEDERLANDS
This unit can receive programmes
broadcast over the FM, MW and LW
(AM) frequency ranges. There are three
preset memory levels for the FM range
and one for each of the MW and LW
ranges.
Six stations can be stored on each
memory level.
SVENSKA
The RDS functions - AF (Alternative
Frequency) and REG (Regional) - extend your radio’s range of functions.
● AF: If this RDS function is activated, the unit automatically tunes into
the best receivable frequency for
the station that is currently set.
● REG: At certain times, some radio
stations divide their programme
into regional programmes providing
different regional content. You can
use the REG function to prevent
the car radio from switching to alternative frequencies that are
transmitting different programme
content.
ESPAÑOL
RDS functions (AF, REG)
➮ To use the RDS functions (AF and
ITALIANO
ton.
FRANÇAIS
➮ Press the MENU 8 or OK ; but-
➮ Briefly press the BND/ TS button
5 to switch between the memory
levels and frequency ranges.
Tuning into a station
There are various methods available for
tuning into a station.
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PORTUGUÊS
Switching to radio mode
til “REG” followed by “ON” or “OFF”
appears in the display.
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Radio mode
DEUTSCH
RADIO MODE
RADIO MODE
Automatic station search mode
➮ Press the
or
button :.
The unit tunes into the next receivable
station.
Tuning into stations manually
You can also tune into stations manually.
➮ Press the
or
button :.
Note:
You can only tune into stations manually if the RDS function is first deactivated.
Browsing through broadcasting
networks (only FM)
If a radio station provides several programmes, you have the option of browsing through its so-called “broadcasting
network”.
or button : to
move to the next station on the
broadcasting network.
➮ Press the
Note:
If you want to use this feature, the RDS
function must first be activated.
You will then only be able to switch to
stations that you have received once
already. Use the Travelstore function or
SCAN function with this feature.
Setting the sensitivity of the
station search mode
You can configure the radio to only tune
into stations with a strong reception or
to also tune into those with a weak reception.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
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: button until “SENS” appears in the display.
➮ Keep pressing the
➮ Press the
button :.
The display shows the currently set value for sensitivity. “SENS HI6” means that
the tuner is highly sensitive. “SENS LO1”
means it is set to the lowest sensitivity
setting. If “SENS LO” is selected, “lo”
lights up in the display.
➮ Set the required sensitivity using
the
and
buttons :.
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Storing stations
Storing stations manually
➮ Select the required memory, i.e.
FM1, FM2, FMT or one of the frequency ranges MW or LW.
➮ Tune into the required station.
➮ Press one of the station buttons 1 6 > for longer than two seconds
to store the station to that button.
Storing stations automatically
(Travelstore)
You can automatically store the six stations with the strongest reception in the
region (only FM). The stations are stored
in the FMT memory.
Note:
Stations that were previously stored in
this memory are deleted in the process.
➮ Keep the BND / TS button 5
pressed for longer than two seconds.
Scanning receivable stations
(SCAN)
You can briefly play all the receivable
stations. You can set the scanning time
to between 5 and 30 seconds in the
menu.
Starting SCAN
➮ Keep the OK button ; pressed for
longer than two seconds.
Scanning begins. “SCAN” briefly appears in the display followed by a flashing display of the current station name
or frequency.
Stopping SCAN and continuing
listening to a station
➮ Press the OK button ;.
Scanning is stopped and the station that
was tuned into last will then continue to
be heard.
buttons :.
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and
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK button ;.
Note:
The set scantime also applies to scanning carried out in CD and CD-changer
mode.
Programme type (PTY)
Besides transmitting the station name,
some FM stations also provide information on the type of programme that they
are broadcasting.Your radio can receive
and display this information.
For example, the programme types can
be:
CULTURE
TRAVEL
JAZZ
SPORT
NEWS
POP
ROCK
CLASSICS
Using the PTY function, you can directly select stations of a particular programme type.
As soon as a station is received corresponding to the programme type you
have selected, the radio unit automatically switches to that station from the
currently tuned station or from CD
mode / CD changer mode.
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FRANÇAIS
➮ When you have finished making
ITALIANO
6 > of the station you want to listen to.
the
NEDERLANDS
➮ Press the preset station button 1 -
➮ Set the required scantime using
SVENSKA
cy range.
til “SCANTIME” appears in the display.
ESPAÑOL
Listening to preset stations
➮ Select the memory or the frequen-
Setting the scantime
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : un-
PORTUGUÊS
The automatic station storing procedure
begins. “TRAVEL-STORE” appears in
the display. After the process is completed, the station stored in FMT memory location 1 will be played.
DEUTSCH
RADIO MODE
RADIO MODE
Switching PTY on/off
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : until “PTY ON” or “PTY OFF” appears
in the display.
or button : to
switch PTY ON or OFF.
When PTY is switched on, PTY appears
in the display.
➮ Press the
➮ Press the MENU 8 or OK button
;.
or
button :.
The current programme type appears
in the display.
➮ If you want to select another programme type, you can do so by
pressing the or button :
whilst in this display.
Or
➮ Press one of the buttons 1 - 6 >
to select a programme type that is
stored on one of these buttons.
The selected programme type is displayed briefly.
or button : to start
the search.
The next station corresponding to your
selected programme type will then be
tuned into.
➮ Press the
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Storing a programme type on a
station button
➮ Select a programme type using the
or
button :.
➮ Keep the required station button 1 -
Selecting a programme type and
starting a search
➮ Press the
Note:
If no station is found that corresponds
to the selected programme type, you will
hear a beep sound and “NO PTY” appears briefly in the display. The station
that was listened to last will then automatically be tuned into again.
6 > pressed for longer than two
seconds.
The programme type is now stored on
the station button 1 - 6 > that you selected.
til “HICUT” appears in the display.
or button : to set
HICUT.
“HICUT 0” means no reduction will be
made. “HICUT 3” means a maximum
automatic reduction of the treble level
and interference level.
➮ Press the
➮ Press the MENU 8 or OK button
;.
Bandwidth switching during
interference (SHARX)
The SHARX function allows you to
largely avoid interference caused by
neighbouring radio stations (FM only).
Switch on the SHARX function if you
experience a high radio station density.
ENGLISH
Some radio stations use the RDS signal to transmit advertising or other information instead of their station name.
These scrolling texts appear in the display. You can deactivate the feature for
displaying scrolling texts.
➮ Keep the RDS button 4 pressed
until “NAME FIX” appears in the
display.
➮ To allow scrolling texts to appear in
the display again, keep the RDS
button 4 pressed until “NAME
VAR” appears in the display.
Setting the display
When in radio mode, you have the option of continuously displaying the time
or continuously displaying the station
name or frequency.
/ DIS button 7
pressed until the required display
appears.
➮ Keep the
PORTUGUÊS
Switching SHARX on/off
FRANÇAIS
Displaying scrolling text
ITALIANO
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : un-
;.
NEDERLANDS
Switching HICUT on/off
➮ Press the MENU 8 or OK button
SVENSKA
Treble reduction feature during
interference (HICUT)
The HICUT function improves reception
during poor radio reception (only FM).
If interference occurs, the treble is automatically reduced thus reducing the
interference level.
“SHARX OFF” means no automatic
bandwidth switching will be carried out.
“SHARX ON” means that automatic
bandwidth switching will be carried out.
ESPAÑOL
Optimising radio reception
DEUTSCH
RADIO MODE
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : until “SHARX” appears in the display.
or button : to
switch SHARX on/off.
➮ Press the
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TRAFFIC INFORMATION RECEPTION
Traffic information
reception
Your radio unit is equipped with an RDSEON receiver. EON stands for Enhanced Other Network.
If you are listening to a radio station that
does not broadcast traffic information
but which is part of a station network
that does, you will automatically be
switched to a station within the network
providing traffic information every time
a traffic announcement (TA) is transmitted.
Once the traffic announcement is over,
you will be switched back to the radio
station that you were listening to before.
Switching traffic information
priority on/off
➮ Press the TRAF button ?.
Priority for traffic announcements is activated when the traffic symbol lights up
in the display.
Note:
You will hear a warning sound:
● if you leave the reception area of a
traffic information station that you
are currently listening to.
● if, while listening to a CD, you leave
the reception area of a traffic information station that you are tuned
into and the subsequent automatic
search cannot find a new traffic information station.
● if you retune the radio from a traffic
information station to a station that
does not broadcast traffic information.
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If you hear the warning sound, you can
either switch off traffic information priority or tune into a station that broadcasts traffic information.
Setting the traffic
announcement volume
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Keep pressing the button : until “TA VOLUME” appears in the display.
➮ Set the required volume using the
and
buttons :.
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Note:
You can also adjust the volume during
a traffic announcement for the duration
of the announcement by using the volume control 2.
Note:
You can also adjust the audio and volume distribution settings for traffic announcements. For further details, please
read the chapter entitled “Audio and
volume distribution settings.”
If no CD is inserted in the drive.
➮ Press the
button 9.
The flip-release panel opens.
➮ Gently insert the CD with the printed side uppermost into the CD
compartment until you feel some
resistance.
The CD will be drawn automatically into
the drive.
You must not hinder or assist the drive
as it draws the CD in.
➮ Gently close the control panel
whilst exerting a little pressure until
you feel it click into place.
CD playback begins.
● If a CD is already inserted in the
drive.
➮ Keep pressing the CD•C button @
until “CD” appears in the display.
Playback begins from the point at which
it was last interrupted.
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FRANÇAIS
or button : pressed
until fast forwarding / rewinding begins.
➮ Keep the
ITALIANO
●
To fast forward / rewind,
Random play (MIX)
➮ Press button 5 MIX >.
“MIX CD” appears briefly in the display
and the MIX symbol lights up. The next
randomly selected track will then be
played.
Stopping MIX
➮ Press button 5 MIX > again.
“MIX OFF” appears briefly in the display
and the MIX symbol disappears.
Scanning tracks (SCAN)
You can briefly play all the tracks on a
CD.
NEDERLANDS
Switching to CD mode
Fast forwarding / rewinding
(audible)
SVENSKA
Risk of damage to CD drive!
CD singles with a diameter of 8 cm
and contoured CDs (shape CDs) are
not suitable for playback in this unit.
We accept no liability for any damage to the CD drive that may occur
as a result of the use of unsuitable
CDs.
to select the next or previous track.
If you press the
button or button
: once, the current track will be heard
again from the beginning.
ESPAÑOL
You can use this unit to play standard
CDs with a diameter of 12 cm.
Selecting a track
➮ Press one of the arrow buttons :
➮ Press the OK button ; for longer
than two seconds. The next track
will then be played.
Note:
You can set the scantime. For further
details on setting the scanning time,
please refer to the section entitled “Setting the scantime” in the “Radio mode”
chapter.
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PORTUGUÊS
CD mode
DEUTSCH
CD MODE
CD MODE
Stopping SCAN and continuing
playback
➮ To stop scanning, press the OK
button ;.
The current track will then continue to
be played.
Repeating a track (REPEAT)
➮ If you want to repeat a track, press
button 4 RPT >.
“REPEAT TRCK” appears briefly in the
display and the RPT symbol lights up.
The track is repeated until you deactivate RPT.
Stopping REPEAT
➮ If you want to stop the repeat function, press button 4 RPT > again.
“REPEAT OFF” appears briefly in the
display and the RPT symbol disappears.
Normal playback is then continued.
Pausing playback (PAUSE)
➮ Press button 3 >.
“PAUSE” appears in the display.
Cancelling pause
> while in
pause mode.
Playback is continued.
➮ Press button 3
Changing the display
➮ To switch between the track
number and clock display / track
number and playing time display /
track number and CD name display, press the
/ DIS button 7
once or several times for longer
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than two seconds until the required
display appears.
Traffic announcements in CD
mode
➮ If you want to receive traffic announcements whilst listening to a
CD, press the TRAF button ?.
Traffic announcement priority is active
when the traffic symbol lights up in the
display. For further details, please read
the chapter entitled “Traffic information
reception”.
Naming CDs
The car radio allows you to assign
names for up to 30 CDs so that you can
recognise them more easily. The names
can be a maximum of eight characters
long. If you try assigning more than 30
names, “FULL” will appear in the display.
Entering / editing CD names
➮ Listen to the CD you wish to name.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Press the or button : until
“CD NAME” appears.
➮ Press the
or
button : twice.
You will now enter editing mode. If your
CD does not have a name yet, eight
underscores will appear in the display.
➮ The currently active input position
flashes.
or button : to select the character you want. If you
want an empty space, simply select
the underscore.
➮ Press the
➮ Listen to the CD whose name you
wish to delete.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Press the or button : until
“CD NAME” appears.
➮ Press the or button :.
➮ Keep the MENU button 8
pressed. After four seconds you will
hear a beep and “DELETE NAME”
appears in the display.
➮ Release the MENU button 8.
The CD name will be deleted.
➮ To return to the menu, press the
OK button ;.
Ejecting a CD
➮ Press the button 9.
The flip-release panel opens and the CD
is ejected.
➮ Remove the CD and close the control panel.
Switching to CD changer mode
➮ Keep pressing the CD•C button @
until “CHANGER” appears in the
display.
Playback is started using the first CD
that the CD changer detects.
Selecting a CD
➮ To move up/down from one CD to
another, press the or button
: once or several times.
Selecting a track
➮ To move up/down from one track to
another on the current CD, press
the or button : once or several times.
Fast forwarding / rewinding
(audible)
To fast forward / rewind,
or button : pressed
until fast forwarding / rewinding begins.
➮ Keep the
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Deleting a CD name
FRANÇAIS
MENU 8 or OK ; button.
ITALIANO
➮ To save the name, press the
Note:
Information on handling CDs, inserting
CDs and operating the CD changer can
be found in the operating instructions
accompanying your CD changer.
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CD changer mode
SVENSKA
➮ Press the
ESPAÑOL
or button : to
move from one input position to another.
CD CHANGER MODE
PORTUGUÊS
CD MODE
CD CHANGER MODE
Changing the display
➮ To switch between the track
number and playing time display /
track number and clock display /
track number and CD number display / track number and CD name
display, press the
/ DIS button
7 once or several times for longer
than two seconds until the required
display appears.
Repeating individual tracks or
whole CDs (REPEAT)
➮ If you wish to repeat the current
track, briefly press button 4 RPT
>.
“REPEAT TRCK” appears briefly and
RPT lights up in the display.
➮ If you wish to repeat the current
CD, press button 4 RPT > again.
“REPEAT DISC” appears briefly and
RPT lights up in the display.
Stopping REPEAT
➮ If you want to stop the repeat function for the current track or CD,
press button 4 RPT > until “REPEAT OFF” appears briefly in the
display and RPT disappears.
Random play (MIX)
➮ To play all the tracks on the current
CD in random order, briefly press
button 5 MIX >.
“MIX CD” appears briefly and MIX lights
up in the display.
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➮ To play the tracks on all the inserted CDs in random order, press button 5 MIX > again.
“MIX ALL” appears briefly and MIX lights
up in the display.
Note:
In the case of the CDC A 08 and the
IDC A 09, all the CDs in the changer
are selected randomly. In the case of
other changers, all the tracks on one CD
are played randomly before the next CD
in the changer is played.
Stopping MIX
➮ Press button 5 MIX > until “MIX
OFF” appears briefly in the display
and MIX disappears.
Scanning all tracks on all CDs
(SCAN)
➮ To briefly play all the tracks on all
inserted CDs in ascending order,
press the OK button ; for longer
than two seconds.
“SCAN” appears in the display.
Stopping SCAN
➮ To stop scanning, briefly press the
OK button ;.
The current track will then continue to
be played.
Note:
You can set the scantime. For further
details, please read the section entitled
“Setting the scantime” in the “Radio
mode” chapter.
The car radio allows you to assign
names for up to 99 CDs so that you can
recognise them more easily. The names
can be a maximum of seven characters
long. If you try assigning more than 99
names, “FULL” will appear in the display.
Entering / editing CD names
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Press the or button : until
“CDC NAME” appears.
➮ Press the
or
button :.
You will now be in selection mode.
or button : to select the CD you wish to assign a
name to.
➮ Press the
➮ Press the
or
button :.
You will now enter editing mode. If your
CD does not have a name yet, seven
underscores will appear in the display.
➮ The currently active input position
flashes.
or button : to select the character you want. If you
want an empty space, simply select
the underscore.
➮ Press the
ENGLISH
➮ Listen to the CD whose name you
wish to delete.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Press the or button : until
FRANÇAIS
Naming CDs
Deleting a CD name
“CDC NAME” appears.
➮ Press the or button :.
➮ Keep the MENU button 8
pressed. After four seconds you will
hear a beep and “DELETE NAME”
appears in the display.
➮ Release the MENU button 8.
The CD name will be deleted.
➮ To return to the menu, press the
OK button ;.
ITALIANO
pause mode.
Playback is continued.
SVENSKA
> while in
Deleting all CD names
All saved names will be deleted.
➮ Listen to a CD.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
➮ Press the or button : until
ESPAÑOL
➮ Press button 3
➮ To save the name, press the
MENU 8 or OK ; button.
Cancelling pause
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“PAUSE” appears in the display.
or button : to
move from one input position to another.
➮ Press the
“CDC NAME” appears.
➮ Press the or button :.
➮ Keep the MENU button 8
pressed. After four seconds you will
hear a confirmation beep and “DELETE NAME” appears in the display. Continue keeping the MENU
button 8 pressed until you hear a
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PORTUGUÊS
Pausing playback (PAUSE)
➮ Press button 3 >.
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CD CHANGER MODE
CD CHANGER MODE
second confirmation beep and
“DELETE ALL” appears in the display.
➮ Release the MENU button 8.
All CD names in the CD changer will be
deleted.
➮ To return to the menu, press the
OK button ;.
CLOCK - TIME
CLOCK - time
Briefly displaying the time
➮ To display the time, briefly press
the
/ DIS button 7.
Setting the time
The time can be set automatically using the RDS signal. However, if you cannot receive any RDS stations or the
RDS stations that you listen to do not
support this feature, you can also set
the time manually.
Setting the time automatically
➮ To set the time automatically, press
the MENU button 8.
button : until “CLOCK MAN” (manual) or
“CLOCK AUTO” (automatic) appears in the display.
➮ Keep pressing the
button : until
“CLOCK AUTO” appears in the display.
➮ Press the
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button twice.
If the radio receives a station that supports the RDS clock function (RDS-CT),
the clock time will be set automatically.
Setting the time manually
➮ To set the time manually, press the
MENU button 8.
button : until “CLOCKSET” appears in the display.
➮ Keep pressing the
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buttons :.
➮ Once you have set the minutes,
press the button :. The hours
now flash on and off.
and
buttons :.
➮ Press the MENU 8 or OK ; button.
Selecting 12/24-hour clock
mode
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
or button : to
switch between the ON/OFF settings.
➮ Press the
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Briefly displaying the time when
the unit is switched off
To briefly display the time when the unit
is switched off:
➮ Press the
/ DIS button 7.
The time is displayed for eight seconds.
ENGLISH
and
FRANÇAIS
➮ Set the minutes using the
➮ Set the hours using the
button : until “CLK DISP OFF” or “CLK DISP
ON” appears in the display.
➮ Keep pressing the
ITALIANO
button :.
The time appears in the display. The
minutes flash on and off and can be
adjusted.
NEDERLANDS
➮ Press the
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CLOCK - TIME
“MENU” appears in the display.
button : until “24 H MODE” or “12 H MODE”
appears in the display.
SVENSKA
➮ Keep pressing the
or button : to
switch between the modes.
➮ Press the
➮ When you have finished making
ESPAÑOL
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
PORTUGUÊS
Displaying the time continuously
when the unit is off and the
ignition is on
➮ To display the time when the unit is
turned off and the vehicle ignition is
switched on, press the MENU button 8.
“MENU” appears in the display.
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AUDIO AND VOLUME DISTRIBUTION SETTINGS
Audio and volume
distribution settings
You can adjust the audio and volume
distribution settings separately for each
audio source (radio, CD, CD changer,
AUX and traffic information announcements).
Note:
You can only adjust the audio and volume distribution settings for traffic announcements whilst a traffic announcement is actually being played.
Bass settings
➮ Press the AUD/LD button =.
“BASS” appears in the display.
➮ Press the
or
just the bass.
button : to ad-
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU
8 or OK ; button.
Treble settings
➮ Press the AUD/LD button =.
“BASS” appears in the display.
button : until “TREBLE” appears in the display.
➮ Keep pressing the
➮ Press the
or
just the treble.
button : to ad-
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU
8 or OK ; button.
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Setting the left/right volume
distribution (balance)
➮ To set the left/right volume distribution (balance), press the AUD/LD
button =.
“BASS” appears in the display.
button : until
“BALANCE” appears in the display.
➮ Keep pressing the
or button : to adjust the balance (right/left).
➮ Press the
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Setting the front/back volume
distribution (fader)
➮ To set the front/back volume distribution (fader), press the AUD/LD
button =.
“BASS” appears in the display.
button : until
“FADER” appears in the display.
➮ Keep pressing the
or button : to adjust the fader (front/back).
➮ Press the
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Setting the loudness intensity
The loudness level can be set in steps
ranging from 1 to 6.
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
“MENU” appears in the display.
button : until “LOUDNESS” appears in the display.
➮ Keep pressing the
➮ Press the
or
button : to set
the level.
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Notes on adjusting the settings
We recommend you use a CD that you
are familiar with for making changes to
the settings.
Before adjusting the equalizer, set the
audio and volume distribution settings
to zero and deactivate loudness. For
further details, refer to the chapter entitled “Audio and volume distribution settings”.
➮ Listen to the CD.
➮ Analyse the sound impression.
➮ Now read the “Sound impression”
section in the table entitled “Help
adjusting the equalizer.”
➮ Set the equalizer values as described in the “Measures” section.
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approximately two seconds.
LD lights up in the display when loudness is switched on.
FRANÇAIS
➮ Press the AUD/LD button = for
ITALIANO
This unit is equipped with a parametric
digital equalizer. In this case, parametric means that one frequency can be
increased or decreased (GAIN +8 to 8) individually for each of the five filters.
The following filters are available:
● SUB LOW EQ
32 - 50 Hz
● LOW EQ
63 - 250 Hz
● MID EQ
315 - 1,250 Hz
● MID/HIGH EQ
1,600 - 6,300 Hz
● HIGH EQ
8,000 - 12,500 Hz
These filters can be set without the need
for measuring equipment. They will allow you to significantly influence the
sound characteristics in your vehicle.
NEDERLANDS
If loudness is activated, the bass and
treble levels are aurally compensated,
i.e. they are increased at lower volume
levels.
SVENSKA
Equalizer
ESPAÑOL
Switching loudness on/off
DEUTSCH
EQUALIZER
PORTUGUÊS
LOUDNESS
EQUALIZER
Switching the equalizer on/off
➮ To switch the equalizer on, keep
The equalizer settings for these music
styles have already been programmed.
the DEQ button < pressed until
EQ lights up and “EQ ON” briefly
appears in the display.
➮ To switch the equalizer off, keep
the DEQ button < pressed until
EQ disappears and “EQ OFF”
briefly appears in the display.
: until “SOUND PRESET” appears in the display.
Setting the equalizer
➮ Press the DEQ button <.
➮ Press the or button : to se➮
➮
➮
➮
➮
➮
lect “DIGITAL EQ.”
Press the or button : to select the filter.
Press the or button :.
Press the button : to select the
frequency.
Press the or button : to adjust the level.
To select the next filter, first press
the OK button ; and then the
or button :.
When you have finished making all
your changes, press the DEQ <
button.
Selecting audio presets
You can also select audio presets for
the following styles of music.
● CLASSIC
● POP
● JAZZ
● ROCK
● TECHNO
● SPEECH
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➮ Press the DEQ button <.
➮ Keep pressing the or button
or button : to select the required music preset.
➮ Press the
➮ Press the DEQ < or OK ; button.
Setting the spectrometer
The spectrometer (level display) briefly
provides a symbolic display of the volume, the audio control settings and the
equalizer settings whilst you are making your changes.
When you are not changing any settings, the spectrometer displays the car
radio’s output level.
You can also set the type of spectrometer in the menu.
There are two types available.
Setting the spectrometer type
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
“MENU” appears in the display.
button : until “EQ DISPLAY” appears in the
display.
➮ Keep pressing the
or button : to select “SPECTRUM 1,” “SPECTRUM
2” or “EQ DISP OFF.”
➮ Press the
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Help adjusting the equalizer
Sound very much in the foreground,
aggressive, no stereo effect
Reduce the mid level
frequency: 1,000 to 2,500 Hz;
Level -4 to -6
Dull sound,
low clarity,
no brilliance to the instruments
Increase the treble level
frequency: approx. 12,500 Hz;
Level +2 to +4
FRANÇAIS
Reduce the lower mid level
frequency: 125 to 400 Hz;
Level: approx. -4
ITALIANO
Dirty bass,
booming sound,
unpleasant pressure
NEDERLANDS
Increase bass
frequency: 50 to 100 Hz;
Level: +4 to +6
SVENSKA
Bass too weak
ESPAÑOL
Measures
PORTUGUÊS
Sound Impression / problem
ENGLISH
Start by adjusting the treble and mid levels and finish by setting the bass levels.
DEUTSCH
EQUALIZER
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EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES
External audio sources
In addition to the CD changer, you can
also attach other external audio sources that have a line output, for instance,
portable CD players, MiniDisc players
or MP3 players.
If no CD changer is connected, you can
connect two external audio sources.
The AUX input must be activated in the
menu.
If you want to connect an external audio source, you will need an adapter
cable.You can obtain this adapter cable
from your authorised Blaupunkt dealer.
Switching the AUX input on/off
➮ Press the MENU button 8.
“MENU” appears in the display.
button : until “AUX-IN-1 OFF” or “AUX-IN-1
ON” appears in the display.
In this case, “1” stands for the first AUX
input. A “2” stands for the second AUX
input. If a CD changer is connected, only
input “2” can be selected.
➮ Keep pressing the
or button : to
switch AUX on/off.
➮ Press the
➮ When you have finished making
your changes, press the MENU 8
or OK ; button.
Note:
If the AUX input is switched on it can be
selected by pressing the CD•C button
@.
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TMC
TMC for dynamic navigation
systems
TMC stands for “Traffic Message Channel.” Traffic information announcements
are broadcast digitally using TMC, which
means they can be used by compatible
navigation systems during route planning. Your car radio has a TMC output
to which you can connect Blaupunkt
navigation systems. You can find out
from your Blaupunkt dealer which navigation systems can be used with your
car radio.
When a navigation system is connected and a TMC station is being received,
TMC lights up in the display.
When dynamic navigation is active, a
TMC station is set automatically.
Output power:
4 x 25 watts sine
in accordance with
DIN 45 324
at 14.4 V
4 x 45 watts max.
power
Tuner
Frequency ranges:
FM :
87.5 – 108 MHz
MW :
531 – 1,602 kHz
LW :
153 – 279 kHz
FM frequency response:
20 - 16,000 Hz
CD
Frequency response:
20 - 20,000 Hz
Pre-amp out
3,5 V
ESPAÑOL
4 channels:
ENGLISH
The scope of the guarantee is orientated around the regulations in force within the country in which the unit was purchased.
If your unit develops a fault, please contact your dealer and present the purchase receipt.
Regardless of what the legal regulations
may stipulate, Blaupunkt provides a
twelve-month manufacturer guarantee
covering production defects. This guarantee does not cover damage due to
wear, incorrect usage or commercial
use. If you wish to enforce a claim under the manufacturer 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.
FRANÇAIS
Amplifier
ITALIANO
Guarantee
NEDERLANDS
Technical data
DEUTSCH
GUARANTEE
SVENSKA
TECHNICAL DATA
AUX 1 input :
AUX 2 input :
2 V / 6 kΩ
775 mV / 10 kΩ
Tel./Nav. input :
10 V / 560 Ω
PORTUGUÊS
Input sensitivity
Subject to changes!
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