Blaupunkt CDC-RF6IR Stereo System User Manual

C-RF6ir
6-Disc FM Modulator CD Changer with Infrared
Sensor - For Use With Any FM Vehicle Radio
Changeur de CD a capteur infrarouge
/modulateur FM a 6 disques
.Cambiador de Discos Compactos Para 6 Discos
con Sensor lnfrarojo y Modulador de FM Para Uso
con Cualquier Radio FM de Vehiculo
Cambiador CD para 6 discos corn Modulador FM
corn Sensor lnfravermelho para uso coin qualquer
Radio FM de Automovel
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Bosch Group
Owner’s Record
The model and warranty numbers are located on the rear of the unit. Record the warranty in the space
provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Blaupunkt dealer regarding this
product.
Model No. CDC-RF6ir
Warranty Number
FCC Warning
The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with instructions, may cause harmful
interference with radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that radio interference will not
occur in particular installation.
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The shielded interface cable recommended in this manual must be used with this equipment in order
to comply with limits for a digital device pursuant to Sub-part B of Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Because the laser beam used in this compact disc changer is harmful to the eyes, do not attempt to
disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could
void your warranty and authority to operate this equipment.
If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual,
please contact your Blaupunkt dealer.
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.
Because the laser beam used in this compact disc changer is harmful to the eyes, do not attempt to
disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
Safety Certification
This Compact Disc Player is made and tested to meet exacting safety standards, It meets FCC
requirements and complies with safety performance standards of the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services.
Staple Your Sales Receipt Here
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Table of Contents
Before installing and operating this unit, please
read this manual thoroughly and retain it for
future reference.
Antes de instalar y operar esta unidad, por favor
lea este manual detenidamente y guardelo para
referencia en el futuro.
English
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Owners’s Record ................................................. 2
FCC Warning........................................................ 2
Features ............................................................... 4
Precautions .......................................................... 4
Before lnstallating and Testing The System.. ...... .
Electrical Connections.. ...................................... .6
Installation ............................................................ 7
Specifications ................................................... .12
Magazine & Compact Discs ............................. .13
Location of Controls ......................................... .14
Operating Instructions ...................................... .15
Optional Wireless Fiemoto Control.. ................. .16
Switching to A Second CD Changer.. ............... 16
Switching to Radio or Cassette ......................... 16
Troubleshooting Guide ..................................... .17
Error Codes ........................................................ 18
Apuntes del Propietario .................................... .35
Advertencia de la FCC.. .................................... .35
Caracteristicas .................................................. .36
Precauciones ..................................................... 36
Antes de lnstalar y Probar el Sistema .............. .36
Conexiones Electricas ...................................... .38
Instalacion .......................................................... 39
Especificaciones ............................................... .44
Compartimiento de Discos y Discos Compactos......4 5
Ubicacion de 10s Controles ............................... 46
lnstrucciones de Operation ............................. .47
Control Remoto Inalambrico Optional.. ........... .48
Cambio a un Segundo Cambiador.. .................. .48
Cambio a Ejecucion de Radio o de Cinta.. ...... .48
Guia de Detection de Problemas .................... .49
Codigo de Errores .......... .................................... 50
Avant d’installer et de faire fonctionner cet
appareil, veuillez lire attentivement ce manuel et
le conserver afin de pouvoir le consulter a
I’avenir si nkcessaire.
Antes de instalar e operar esta unidade, por
favor leia este manual minuciosamente e
guarde-o para futura referencia.
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Archive du proprietaire ..................................... .19
Avertissement de la FCC .................................. .19
Caracteristiques ................................................. 20
Precautions a prendre ...................................... .20
Avant de monter et de tester le systeme ......... .20
Raccordements electriques ............................... 22
Installation .......................................................... 23
Specifications ................................................... .28
Compartiment CD & disques compacts.. .........29
Emplacement des commandes ....................... .30
Mode d’emploi-Fonctionnement g&&al..........3 1
Commande a distance sans fil optionnelle.. ... ..3 2
Comment passer A un second changeur
de disques compacts ......................................... 32
Comment passer au mode Radio & Cassette.. . ..3 2
Guide de depannage ........................................ .33
Codes d’erreurs ................................................ .34
Registro do Proprietario ..................................... 51
Avis0 da FCC .................................................... .51
Caracteristicas ................................................... 52
PrecaucBes ........................................................ 52
Antes de lnstalar e Testar o sistema.. ............... .52
Conexoes Eletricas ............................................ 54
Instalacao ........................................................... 55
Especificacdes.. ................................................ .60
Porta-discos e Discos Laser ............................ .61
Localizacao dos Controles ............................... .62
Instrucoes de Funcionamento.. ........................ .63
Controle Remoto sem Fio Optional ................. .64
Mudando para urn Segundo Cambiador CD.. ....
Mudando para o Radio e Toca-fitas.. ................ .64
Guia para Soluc%o de Problemas .................... .65
Mensagens de Erro ........................................... .66
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Features
Congratulations on your purchase of your Blaupunkt CDC-RF6ir FM Modulator CD Changer. This unit
is designed to convert CD sound into FM signals (89.1 MHz or 88.7 MHz) and play them through any
FM car stereo. This unit features:
For Use With Any Electronically-Tuned FM
Vehicle Radio
Includes:
l Changer
l Wired Remote Control
l FM Modulator
l Disc Magazine
l Cables
l Mounting Hardware
4 Optional Wireless Remote Control:
l Disc and Track Mix and Repeat
l Disc and Track Scan
n Power Requirement:
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n Compact, Space-Saving Dimensions:
l 25Ox64x178mm
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Features Include:
l Disc and Track Select
l Audible Cue/Review
l Pause/Play
l Switchable Output Frequency:
89.1 MHz/88.7 MHz
l Anti-Shock & Vibration Mechanism
12 V DC Vehicle Battery
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9 718 x 2 l/2 x 7 in. (W x H x D)
Fits in Many Gloveboxes
Vertical, Horizontal, or 45” Installation
Precautions
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.
Because the laser beam used in this compact disc changer is harmful to the eyes, do not attempt to
disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
l This CD Changer is designed to be operated only on +12 volt DC negative ground systems. The unit
cannot be used on +24 volt or positive ground systems.
l If your vehicle was parked in direct sunlight resulting in a considerable rise in temperature inside the
vehicle, allow the unit to cool off before operating your unit. The unit may not operate correctly in
extremely hot or cold temperatures. The unit is equipped with a built in self protection circuit. When
the temperature reaches a preset level, the protection circuit halts all unit operation. If this should
happen, open a window and allow the car to cool.
l You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could
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void your warranty.
l If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual,
please contact your Blaupunkt dealer.
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Before Installation and Testing the System
@I/<?#&*>@! To avoid the aggravation of costly mistakes and serious damage that could make you feel
this way - please carefully follow all of the instructions. You’ll be glad you did!
General Recommendations
l If you’re not confident that you can install the unit correctly, have it installed by a qualified Blaupunkt
installation technician.
l Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
l We recommend making all electrical connections and testing the system before installing the unit.
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Before Installation and Testing (continued)
Transport Lock SCWWS
The mechanism in the CD changer is “locked” into place during
shipment by three transport screws. Be sure to remove the screws prior
to testing the system and installation.
To keep dust out of the unit, which could cause a malfunction, place the
enclosed seals over the screw holes after the Transport Lock Screws
have been removed.
Reset Button
A Reset Button is located on the front panel of the
Commander and must be activated with a pen tip or other
thin object, as it is recessed to prevent accidental
engagement. Press the Reset Button under the following
circumstances:
1. After connections have been made for initial testing.
2. After installation, when all wiring is completed.
3. If abnormal disc operation is encountered, the Reset
Button should be pressed to clear the system to
return to normaloperation.
4. After disconnecting and reconnecting the car battery, etc.
ID (Identity) Switch for 2nd CD Changer
To connect a second CDC-RF 6 changer, you
must use Blaupunkt’s CDC-RF BRIDGE,
which is sold separately. When an
additional CD changer has been connected
using this unit, the ID switch is used to
indicate the number of each respective
changer unit.
The ID switch is initially set to “1” when
shipped.
l When only one changer is connected, the
switch should be set to “1”.
l When two changers are connected, one
of the unit’s switches should be set to “2”
using a ballpoint pen or similar fine-tipped
tool.
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2nd unit (additional changer unit)
Setting the Radio Frequency
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You must select and test the radio frequency that the changer will use before
you mount the FM Modulator.
Set the radio frequency setting to 89.1 using the switch on the back of the
FM Modulator. Test the operation of the changer. (See page 15) If a clear
signal cannot be obtained on 89.1 MHz, change the position of the
frequency-select switch to 88.7.
The radio sensitivity is slightly reduced when the FM Modulator is connected.
Electrical Connections
Electrical Connections
l Caution: before making connections, disconnect the ground wire terminal of the car battery to avoid
shcrt circuits.
l Use this unit only with negative ground 12 Volt (1 l- 16 Volt) direct current (DC).
l Be sure to use the supplied changer cord. Using a cord other than the one supplied may cause
noise or damage.
l Be sure to connect the changer cord to the FM Modulator before mounting. If you attach the
changer cord to the modulator and the cord projects down toward the back of the modulator,
remove the cord and attach the other end of the cord to the modulator.
Power Connections - To prevent short circuits and@ serious damage:
l Disconnect the vehicle battery’s negative terminal before making connections.
Note - If the changer is to be installed in a car that is equipped with an on-board drive or navigation
computer, do not disconnect the battery cable. If the cable is disconnected, the computer memory
may be lost. Under these conditions, use extra caution to avoid causing a short circuit during
installation.
l Connect leads according to the wiring diagram.
l Connect the yellow lead to a constant source of power which has passed through the vehicle’s fuse unit.
l Connect the red power input lead only after the other leads are connected. And be sure to connect it
to a positive (+) 12 Volt power terminal that is energized only when the ignition key is set to the
accessory position or on position.
l Connect the black lead to a grounded metal part of the vehicle. We recommend grounding all audio
system black ground leads (head unit, external amplifier, etc.) to a common point.
Modulator
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Yellow
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DIN Connection Cord (6 pin)
Commander 11
Radio Antenna
Input (in back)
FM
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CD Changer
Installation
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Recommendations
l Carefully choose the mounting location so that the unit won’t interfere with normal driving.
l Avoid installing the unit it a place:
- Subject to temperatures exceeding 55 degrees C (131 degrees F) (such as in a car parked in direct
sunlight.)
- Subject to direct sunlight
- Subject to excessive vibration
- Near heat sources (such as heaters and heat ducts)
- Exposed to rain, moisture, excessive dirt and/or dust
l This unit should not be installed in any way except that which is authorized (on its side, on its end, at
a 45” angle or suspended). Installing it with its side facing down or upside down can cause
malfunctioning.
1l The fuel tank must not be damaged by the installation.
l The unit should not cover any wires or pipelines.
l The unit (and its installation) should not damage or interfere with access to the spare tire, tools or
other equipment in or under the trunk.
l For a safe and secure installation, be sure to use only the supplied mounting hardware.
l Press the reset button after completing the electrical connections and installation. The reset button is
located on the front of the chassis (See page 5).
l If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual,
please contact your Blaupunkt dealer.
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l Be sure to remove the transport screws (See page 5).
Anti-Vibration Setting
l This unit can be installed horizontally (to the floor or suspended), vertically, and at a 45” angle.
l Once the installation position has been chosen, set Anti-Vibration Setting Switches on both sides of
the unit using a screwdriver.
l The unit may skip if used with the wrong installation setting.
Type of Installation
Horizontal
Suspended
Vertical
45” angle
Setting
H
H
V
45”
Mounting Hardware
(1)
Bracket (L)
(1)
Bracket (R)
(2)
Bracket (B)
(4)
Hexagonal Bolt
(M6 x20)
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(4)
Tapping Screw
(M5x 12)
(4)
Hexagonal Bolt
With Washer
(4)
Nut
(M6)
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(2)
Tapping Screw
(M3x12)
DIN 8 Pin Cable
(1)
Seal
Double
Sided Tape
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Horizontal Installation
Confirm that Anti-Vibration
Switches on both left and
right sides are set to
position H.
l Attach bracket (L) and
bracket (Ft) using the
hexagonal bolts (M5 x 8).
l Attach brackets (L) and (R)
to their respective
brackets (B) using the
hexagonal bolts (M6 x 20)
and the hexagonal nuts
(M6).
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Pull back the carpet and determine
where to attach the unit.
Stick the supplied double-sided tape
to the bottom of the brackets (B) and
peel off the paper backing.
Affix the unit to the floor by pressing
in place.
Using a knife, cut “x”s in the carpet
directly above the brackets (6) bolts.
Return the carpet to its original
position allowing the bolts to
protrude through.
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Remove the hexagonal nuts and
take off the changer.
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Once more, use the hexagonal nuts
to attach the changer on top of the
carpet.
Vertical Installation
onfinn that Anti-Vibration
Switches on both left and
right sides are set to position V,
l Attach brackets (L) and (R)
using the hexagonal bolts
(M5 x 8).
l Attach brackets (L) and (R) to
their respective brackets (B)
using the hexagonal bolts
(M6 x 20) and the hexagonal
nuts (MS).
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Pull back the carpet and determine
where to attach the unit.
Stick the supplied double-sided tape
to the bottom of the brackets (B) and
peel off the paper backing.
Affix the unit to the floor by pressing
in place.
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Once more, use the hexagonal nuts
to attach the changer on top of the
45’ Installation
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Confirm that Anti-Vibration
Switches on both left and
right sides are set to
position 45.
l Attach brackets (L) and (R)
using the hexagonal bolts
(M5 x 8).
l Attach brackets (L) and (R)
to their respective
brackets (B) using the
hexagonal bolts (M6 x 20)
and the hexagonal nuts
(M6).
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Pull back the carpet and determine
where to attach the unit.
l Stick the supplied double-sided tape
to the bottom of the brackets (B) and
peel off the paper backing.
l Affix the unit to the floor by pressing
in place.
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Using a knife, cut Y’s in the carpet
directly above the brackets (B) bolts.
Return the carpet to its original
position allowing the bolts to
protrude through.
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Remove the hexagonal nuts and
take off the changer.
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Once more, use the hexagonal nuts
to attach the changer on top of the
carpet.
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Sumended Installation
Make sure that the unit
does not hinder the
movement of torsion bar
spring or other parts of the
trunk lid.
l Confirm Anti-Vibration
Switches on both the left
and right sides are set to
position “H”.
l Attach bracket (L) and
bracket (R) using the
hexagonal bolts (M5 x 8).
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Determine the mounting location and
drill four mounting holes.
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Attach the CD changer with the
tapping screws (M5 x 12).
3.6 mm Diameter
Installation of the Controller
Peel off the removable seal on the back of
the controller unit and install it in a location
that will not obstruct driving.
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Installation of the FM Modulator
install the FM Modulator to the floor or other surface with the included tapping screws (M3x12).
Changer Specifications
System
Oversampling
Laser Diode
Frequency response
Wow and Flutter
THD (Total Harmonic
Distortion)
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Dynamic Range
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
Current Drain
Compact disc digital audio system
1 -Bit/8 X Oversampling
GaALAs Double Hetero Type
20-l 5,000 Hz +/- 3 dB
Below Measurable limit
Mass
Power Requirement
Part Number
0.1%
95 dB
90 dB
75 dB
0.4 A (During playback)
1 .O A (During loading or ejecting a disc)
-10”to50”C/14”to122”F
25Ox64x178mm
9 7/8 x 2 l/2 x 7 in. (W x H x D)
Approximately 2.0 kg/4.4 tbs.
12 V DC Vehicle Battery (Negative Ground)
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Optional Accessories
CDC-RF6ir Wireless
Remote Control
FOOEB00021
CDC-RF6 Magazine
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Operating Temperature
Dimensions
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Magazine & Compact Discs
Notes on the Disc Magazine
Dirt, dust, scratches and warpage cause sound skips during playback and a deterioration of sound
quality. Here are some suggestions on how to take care of your discs and the magazine:
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Use compact discs that have
the mark compact disc logo.
DIGITAL AUDIO
not use 3” (Scm) discs with the CDC-RF6k
Handle the disc by its edge, and to keep the disc clean, do not touch the surface.
l Do not leave the discs or the magazine in locations with high temperatures and high humidity, such
as on a car dashboard or at the rear window where they will be subjected to direct sunlight or near
heat ducts.
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l Do not stick paper or write anything on the disc surface.
l Do not drop the disc magazine or subject it to a violent shock.
l Do not insert more than one disc at a time into a slot, otherwise the changer and the discs may be
damaged.
l Discs should be put back in their cases after use to avoid serious scratches that could cause the
sound to skip.
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Cleaning Discs
Before playing, remove fingerprints and dust the disc with a compact disc cleaning cloth. Wipe the disc
from the center of the disc to the outer edge of the disc. Do not use solvents s&h as benzine, thinner,
commercially available cleaners or anti-static spray intended for analog discs.
Wipe in a straight motion from the inside to the outside of the disc.
Although protective film is being marketed as a CD accessory, use of this type of product will result in
malfunctions and should absolutely be avoided.
Loading A Disc
1. Grip the tab on the magazine’s
disc tray and pull out only one of
the trays.
2. l Each tray can accommodate
only one disc.
l Put the disc in the tray with its
play surface facing up and the
printed (labeled) surface facing
down. “E-07” appears about
8 seconds if the disc is placed
upside down.
l Do not play 3” (8 cm) discs in
this unit.
3. Press the tab on the disc tray to
store the tray back in the magazine. Up to six discs can be loaded.
Play side up
down
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Magazine & Compact Discs
Installing The Magazine
1. Slide the door toward the right.
2. Position the magazine so the top is facing up, and the
arrow is facing the changer. Push it in until it clicks into
place. Note: When the magazine is used for the first time,
it will not lock into place unless the power supply has
been connected.
Make sure the door is closed. Otherwise, foreign matter
may enter the unit, and contaminate the lenses inside the
changer.
When the magazine has been inserted into changer (or
when the Reset Button on the Commander is pressed),
the unit will automatically be activated and begin reading
the infonation on the CDs, one CD at a time, until all of
the CDs have been read.
Ejecting The Magazine
Press the Eject Button inside the unit to remove the
magazine. Note: Be sure to close the door after inserting or
removing the magazine. If dust or dirt enters the changer, it
may cause a malfunction.
Remove the magazine from the unit between uses during
hot weather and when the CD changer is not used for long
periods of time.
Location of Controls
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1. Play/Pause Button Press to turn unit on, to temporarily pause play or to resume play.
2. DISC SELECT Button. Press to select the desired disc.
3. TRACK SELECT Button Press to select the desired track. Keep this button depressed during play
for audible cue and review.
4. OFF Button Press to turn the unit off.
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Operating Instructions
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Before operating the unit for the first item (or after reconnecting the battery, etc.) press the Reset
Button on the Commander. See page 5. Load the discs into the CD magazine and install the magazine
into the CD charger.
Turning Unit On/Playing A CD
Vehicle ignition must be on. Turn on the car stereo and select FM band. Tune the radio to either 89.1 or
88.7 MHz. (depending on frequency chosen during installation). We suggest dedicating a Preset Radio
Station Button to the frequency chosen during installation. To turn CD Changer on, press Play/Pause
Button (1). The LCD panel on the controller will illuminate and show the Disc Number, the Track
Number. Play of first disc will.begin.
Pause
Press the Play/Pause Button (1) during play. II appears on the displayand play is temporarily stopped.
Press the button again to resume play starting from where it was stopped. When the pause mode is
maintained for 5 minutes or more, the power will be automatically turned off.
Turning Unit Off
Press the OFF Button (4) to turn the unit off. The Commander’s backlighting stays on.
At The End Of The Disc
When the last track on each disc is finished, the next available disc is automatically selected and play
begins with the first track on the disc. When the last track on the last disc in the CD magazine is
finished, the first disc is automatically selected and play begins with the first track on the disc.
Moving To Another Track
l To go to the next track, press and release the w Control (3).
l To go back to the beginning of the track being played, press and release the w Control (3).
l Press these controls repeatedly to locate previous or succeeding tracks.
Audible Cue/Review
l To move within a track, press and hold the w Control (3) for audible cue or the H1 control (3) for
audible review.
l The display flashes, and play is skipped to the desired part of a track in the forward or backward
direction.
l When the Track Select Button is kept depressed until the start or end of the disc is reached, the unit
goes into a Pause mode.
Switching to Another Disc
Display the number of the disc to be heard using the Disc Select Button (2).
l To advance to the next disc, press the right side of the Disc Select Button.
l To return the previous disc, press the left side of the Disc Select Button.
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Optional Wireless Remote Control
The optional Wireless Remote CDC-RF6ir Control allows you
to activate the following features in addition to the features that
can be controlled with the CDC-RFGir’s Wired Commander:
5. MIX Button This plays the tracks or discs in a random
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6. REPEAT Button This plays a certain track or disc over and
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over again,
7. SCAN Button This plays the first portion of each track or disc.
8. CHANGER Button When two CD changers have been installed, use
this button to select the changer whose CDs are to be played.
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Mix Play
Track Mix - Press the MIX Button (5). MIX appears in the Display, and the
tracks on the disc now heard are played in a random order. When all the
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random order.
Disc Mix - When the MIX Button (5) is pressed for two seconds or more, DISC and MIX appear, the sequence in
which the discs are to be played is first m-arranged and then the sequence in which the tracks are to be played
is rearranged, after which the tracks on the first disc are played. When all the tracks on the first disc have been
played, operation advances to the next disc.
Press the MIX Button again to release the Mix Play function.
Repeat
Track Repeat - Press the Repeat Button (6). RPT appears in the display, and the track now heard is played
repeatedly.
Disc Repeat - When the Repeat Button (6) is pressed for two seconds or more, DISC and RPT appear, and the
disc now heard is played repeatedly.
Press the Repeat Button again to end Repeat play.
Scan
Track Scan - When the’scan Button (7) is pressed, SCAN appears, and the first 10 seconds of each
track on the selected disc are played in order.
Disc Scan - When the Scan Button (7) is pressed for two seconds or more DISC and SCN appears,
and the first 10 seconds of each track on each disc are played in order.
Press the Scan Button again to end Scan play.
Switching TO A Second CD Changer (If connected)
If the CDC-RF BRIDGE (sold separately) is used, this CD changer system can accommodate an
additional CDC-RF6 Changer. When two CD changers have been installed, the Changer Select Button
(8) is used to select the desired changer. This button is not operational when only one CD changer has
been connected.
Switching To Radio Or Tape
Press the OFF Button (4) to stop CD play, and listen to the radio or tape. Noise is heard and the
reception deteriorates when listening to the radio without stopping CD play first. To resume CD play,
set the radio’s FM frequency to 89.1 MHz or 88.7 MHz and press the Play/Pause Button (1).
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Troubleshooting Guide
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The following check will assist in the correction of most problems that you might encounter with your
unit. Perform the checks described below before contacting your Blaupunkt dealer.
Symptom
No Power
Cause
Fuse blown.
Remedy
Replace with a fuse of the same type
and rating as the original.
If the fuse blows again, consult with
your dealer.
Improper connection.
Check connections.
No Sound
Improper connection.
Check connections.
No Sound,
Two-Speak System
Fader set to non-existent speakers.
Set fader to center position to
determine if speakers are wired for
front or rear setting.
Magazine cannot be
installed.
Attempt made to insert magazine
improperly.
Insert it in proper direction.
Selected disc does
not play.
Disc is loaded incorrectly.
Load disc with play side facing up.
(Printed side should face down).
Large scratches on disc or warped
disc.
Compare sound with another disc. If
sound from second disc is
acceptable, first disc is defective.
Extemely dirty disc.
Clean disc.
Transit Screws still in place.
Remove 3 screws on bottom of unit
and try again.
Anti-Vibration Switch set in wrong
position.
Set the Anti-Vibration Switch to the
correct position (See page 7-l 1).
Battery is dead.
Replace Battery.
Commander ir sensor or Wireless
Remote Control is dirty.
Clean the sensor and/or the control’s
lens.
Noise is heard
during playback or
sound is
intermittent.
Wireless Remote
Control does not
work
Fuse Replacement
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one with the correct amperage, which will be stated on the
fuse case. Never use a fuse that has a stated amperage exceeding the one supplied for this unit, as
this could cause malfunction and serious damage to the unit.
Moisture Condensation
On a rainy day or in a very damp area, moisture may condense on the lens inside the unit Should this
occur, the unit will not operate properly. In this case, remove the disc and wait for about an hour until the
moisture has evaporated.
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Error Codes
If the changer malfunctions, one of the following error codes will be displayed:
Error Display
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0
I....
111: : ::
:...:
1.W.
Cause
:
:
5
Disc change malfunction.
Consult with dealer.
Disc loaded with print facing up
or disc is dirty.
Load disc properly.
Clean disc.
Temperature inside car too hot.
Allow the car to cool.
Then press the Play/Pause Button.
1.1 HI .” ..I
Magazine has not been installed.
Install magazine.
:...: :.I.: :...p
: :-: !! :
k-1
5...: :...P
No discs in magazine.
Load discs into magazine.
n
No discs in magazine No 2.
Load discs into magazine No 2.
:...: . . ..L
I....
:.... I : 3
:
e....
5...5
I
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:....
:.... II -4 : :
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!....
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:....
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Remedy
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