Blaupunkt Sydney RCM 126 CD Player User Manual

Contents
Key Features: .........................................
Codem IV-US Tuner Features:. ..............
Audio Features: ......................................
Cassette Features: .................................
DMS CD Changer Control Features: .....
Other Features:. ......................................
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Station tuning ........................................ 14
Automatic (seek) tuning A/V ............ 14
Manual tuning with << >>. ................. 14
RDS Seek (only FM) ............................. 15
Changing the memory bank (FM). ........ 15
Storing stations ..................................... 15
Automatically storing the strongest
stations with Travelstore.. ..................... 15
Recalling stored stations ...................... 15
Scanning stored stations with
Preset Scan .......................................... 16
Scanning stations with Radio-Scan.. .... 16
Changing the scan time.. ...................... 16
Selecting the seek tuning sensitivity .... 16
Switching from stereo to mono (FM) .... 16
PTY - Program Type ............................ 16
Switching PTY on/off.. ....................... 16
Program types ................................... 17
Checking the program type of the
station ................................................ 17
Displaying the selected program type 17.
Selecting a program type .................. 17
Storing program types ....................... 18
Scanning stations with PTY-SCAN ... 18
Emergency Alert System.. ................. 18
Switching the audio source ....... .13
Tape operation ............................. 19
Quick reference .............................. 5
Important notes ............................ 11
Precautions ...........................................
Traffic safety .........................................
Installation.. ...........................................
Telephone mute.. ..................................
Accessories ..........................................
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KeyCard theft protection
system ........................................... 12
Putting the unit into operation ..............
Removing the KeyCard ........................
Replacing a KeyCard.. ..........................
Loss of both KeyCards .........................
Displaying the radio pass data .............
Optical indication for extra
security.. ................................................
Care of your KeyCard ...........................
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Radio operation with RDS ........... 14
AF - Alternative frequency.. .................. 14
Selecting a waveband .......................... 14
Inserting a tape .....................................
Removing a tape.. .................................
Fast Forward/Rewind ...........................
Selecting tracks with S-CPS .................
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Switching the tape side (autoreverse). . 19
Tape equalisation ................................. 19
Scanning cassette tracks with SCAN.. . 20
Dolby B NR* .......................................... 20
Skipping unrecorded tape portions
with Blank Skip ..................................... 20
Listening to the radio during fast tape
winding with RM (Radio Monitor) ......... 20
Care notes ............................................ 20
CD changer operation (optional) 21
Switching to CDC operation .................
Selecting CDs and tracks .....................
MIX playback ........................................
Selecting the display mode ..................
Storing the display mode ......................
SCAN operation ....................................
Entering CD names ..............................
Deleting CD names with
DSC-UPDATE ......................................
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DSC programming ....................... 23
Overview of the DSC factory
settings.. ................................................ 25
Appendix ....................................... 26
Specifications.. ...................................... 26
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F& warning for USA
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. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to contact the dealer or an experienced Radio/TV technician
for help.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this
manual could void your authority to operate
this equipment.
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.
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Congratulations on your purchase of this
Blaupunkt Cassette Radio with CD Changer Control. Its Codem IV-US RDS tuner and
full-featured cassette deck provide the ultimate in sound reproduction. Its high-power
amplifier and 4-Channel preamp output provide you with versatility in configuring your
car audio system. In addition, Blaupunkt’s
exclusive Direct Software Control menu allows you to customize many of the features
to your specific personal preferences. And
no other company offers radios with either
VarioColour Illumination or the KeyCard
Security System.
Here is a recap of feature highlights:
Key Features:
KeyCard Security System with 2 KeyCards
Each Keycard also holds separate Preset,
Audio and DSC Settings
Flashing LED “Tongue” Warning System &
Window Decals
VarioColour Illumination
Brightness and Viewing Angle Adjustment
17 Direct Software Control Menu Options
Wireless Remote Control Ready
Codem IV-US Tuner Features:
RDS (Radio Data System) Reception
Station Call Letter Display
PTY Program Type Seek
AF Alternative Frequency Search
Emergency Alert System Capability
Multipath Management
18 FM/6 AM Presets, including 6 FM/6 AM
TravelStore Presets
Station Scan & Preset Scan
3 lo and 3 dx Tuning Sensitivities
ASU Electrical Impulse Noise Suppression
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Quick reference
Audio Features:
35 x 4 Watts Peak Internal Power
Dual-Level Fader
4-Channel2.0 V Preamp Out w/75 Ohm
Resistance
Switchable Auxiliary Input
@ Switching on/off at a ON button:
Press ON.
When switching the set on with the ON
button, the KeyCard has to be inserted. The unit will play with the preadjusted volume.
Cassette Features:
Soft-Touch, Full-Logic Deck
Super CPS Program Search
Tape Scan & Blank Skip
Dolby B Noise Reduction
AutoMetal Tape Equalization
Switching on/off with the KeyCard: ’
Turn the unit ON.
Make the orange tongue stick out by
pressing it into the radio so that it pops
out. Insert the KeyCard into the slot
with the gold contact facing up and the
arrow pointed into the unit.
DMS CD Changer Control Features:
Controls Blaupunkt CDC-A05 or CDCA071 Changer
Disc Naming
Track Scan
MIX CD
MIX MAG
Note:
Read the information in chapter “KeyCard theft protection system”.
Other Features:
Switching on/off via the ignition:
When connected correspondingly, the
set can also be turned on and off via
the vehicle ignition.
Quick-Release Wire Harness
DIN Chassis, Bracket & Hardware
Dimensions 179 x 50 x 150 mm
Designed, Engineered and Manufactured
by Blaupunkt in Germany
After the ignition has been switched
off, a double beep tone will remind you
rove the
that you should r&-r._.
_ _ KevCard
,
before leaving your vehicle.
Switching on with the ignition being
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switched off:
To keep on operating the set when the
ignition is switched off (KeyCard is inserted), proceed as follows:
Press ON after the double beep tone.
The unit will be turned-on.
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@ VOL+ / VOLTo alter the volume.
Each time the set is switched on, it will
play with the pre-adjusted volume
(VOL FIX).
You may also change the VOL FIX setting (see chapter “DSC programming”).
For instantly muting the volume.
By pressing the r$j button the volume
will be muted immediately. “MUTE” will
appear in the display.
The function is cancelled by pressing
button r#j or VOL+.
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When pressing VOL-, the normal volume will be by one grade lower than
the mute volume.
To program the mute volume level,
proceed as follows:
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Adjust the desired volume.
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Press r%j for two seconds until you
hear a beep.
Now this volume level is stored as your
mute volume.
0 AMT
TaDe Operation
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AM switch
Extra function AMT
To store the six most powerful stations
automatically with Travelstore:
Press AMT until you hear a beep or
“T-STORE” appears in the display.
@ Rocker switch
Extra function #
Memory storing button in the DSC
menu.
Press repeatedly to switch between
the FM memory banks I, II and T
(Travelstore).
When pressing this button, the system
will automatically switch to FM.
Extra function FM1
To store the six most powerful stations
automatically with Travelstore:
Press FMT until you hear a beep or
“T-STORE” appears in the display.
A I v Track selection (S-CPS) A Up
v Down
>>
Fast forward
<<
Fast rewind
Stop function by pressing AV.
Station search (seek tuning)
UP
Down
Up/Down in short intervals when AF
is off (manual tuning)
When AF is on, press -z&> to
seek previously-turned RDS stations. Once RDS stations have
been turned in by radio, they are
added to this RDS seek table.
e.g. WNEW, WNYC-FM, THE
WAVE.
Chanaer ooeration (ootional)
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@ Display
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AF
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PTY
- Stereo
- Alternative frequency for
RDS operation
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CD Disc selection
>> up
<< Down
Track selection
h Upwards: Press briefly.
CUE - fast advance (audible):
Keep depressed.
v Downwards: Press as many times
as required.
To restart a track: Press briefly.
REVIEW -fast reverse (audible):
Keep depressed.
Extra rocker switch functions:
Further setting functions with
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DSC MODE 24
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PTY
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Condition: The corresponding function
has to be activated.
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a) WNEW - Station name
b)TR2
- Track (side) 2 of the cassette
c) VIVALDI - CD name or
CD time (playback time)
d) 1 : 52
and number for changer operation (optional)
Waveband
e) FM
Seek tuning sensitivity
f) lo
Memory bank I, II or Travelg) 1, 11, T
store
Preset button (l-6)
h) 6
Loudness
i) LD
- Program type function
- Dolby B noise reduction
- A metal or CrO, type is being played
- Radio-Monitor (to listen to
the radio during fast tape
winding)
- Blank-Skip (to skip unrecorded tape portions)
- CD playback in random
order
@ KeyCard theft protection SyStStII
To operate the set it is necessary that
the KeyCard is inserted.
For this purpose, introduce the KeyCard (with the contact area showing
up) into the slot above the tongue
sticking out of the unit.
To remove the card, press first to unlock.
Read also the information in chapter
“KeyCard theft protection system”.
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“‘Flashing KeyCard tongue
When the radio is turned off and the
KeyCard removed, the KeyCard
tongue can be programmed to flash for
optical theft protection.
For more information see chapter
“DSC programming”.
This flashlight can be switched off by
pushing in the tongue and lock.
@SC
Radio ooeration
Scan
Press SC briefly “FM SCAN” and the name of the
scanned station will alternately appear
in the display. The unit will scan all
stations which can be received.
To stop, press SC again.
@ lo
To switch the seek tuning sensitivity
level:
Press button briefly.
To switch between mono and stereo
reception:
Press button for approximately two
seconds (beep).
The stereo symbol a, will disappear for
mono playback.
@ MIX
Chanaer (CDC) operation (optional)
MIX CD
The CD tracks will be played at random.
The individual discs are selected in numeric order.
MIX MAG
The CD tracks will be played at random.
The individual discs are also selected
in random order.
MIX OFF
The Mix function is deactivated.
Press MIX as many times until the desired function briefly appears in the
display.
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Cassette operation
Cassette-Scan
Press SC.
“CC-SCAN” will appear in the display.
All CC tracks will be scanned briefly.
To stop CC-Scan:
Press SC once again.
Chanaer operation (optional)
CD-Scan
Press SC.
“CDC-SCAN” will appear in the display.
All CD tracks will be scanned briefly.
To stop CD-Scan:
Press SC once again.
@ Preset Scan
Press PS, ‘SCAN” and the name of the
scanned station will alternately appear
in the display. The unit will scan all stations stored on the preset buttons.
To stop Preset Scan:
Press PS once again.
@ AF
Alternative frequency during RDS operation:
When “AF” lights up in the display, the
system will automatically look for a frequency offering better reception of the
same RDS program.
AF on/off: Press AF briefly.
@ PTY (Program Type)
In the PTY mode, the preset buttons
become program type buttons. With
each preset you can select one program type, such as for example
NEWS, SPORT, ROCK, CLASSICL,
etc.
@ SRC (source)
You can switch between the different
audio sources radio, tape, and CDC/
AUX (if activated).
@ DIS
Radio ooeration
When an RDS station is received,
press the DIS button and the frequency will be displayed for approximately
four seconds.
TaDe ODeratiOf7
When pressing the DIS button, the station name or frequency will be displayed for approximately four seconds.
Chanaer operation (optional)
To switch the display mode and select
between name, time (playback time)
and number (disc number):
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DIS briefly.
@ RM (Radio Monitor)
Press this button to listen to the radio
while fast forwarding or rewinding the
tape.
To switch RM on/off: Press RM.
When this function has been activated,
“RM” shows on the display panel.
The radio is played back during fast
tape run.
corresponding memory bank. Then
press the relevant preset button briefly.
Extra function for preset buttons
To store and recall a PTY program
type.
On FM, vou can store and recall one
program-type on/from each preset button when PTY is active (“PTY”
lights up in the display).
@ Cassette loading slot
Insert the tape with side A or 1 facing
up, the open side showing to the right.
@ AV Tape side selector
Press this button to switch over to the
other side during tape operation. The
display shows “TR 1” or “TR 2”.
’ Fress to eject the tape.
@ 1, 2,3, 4, 5, 6 - preset buttons
On FM, you can store six stations for
each of the memory banks I, II and T.
On AM, you can store six stations.
To store a station: Press a preset
button during radio operation and hold
down until the set resumes play after
the muting and you hear a beep.
To recall a station: Select the desired
waveband. On FM, also adjust the
@B
Dolby B NR*
Press this button to play back a tape
which has been recorded with Dolby-B
noise reduction. When this button is
pressed, “B“ lights up in the display.
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Noise Reduction system manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, “Dolby“ and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing COP
poration.
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@LD
Loudness - When listening at a low
level, the Loudness function creates a
more natural sound by boosting the
low frequency range.
LD on/off: Press the button.
When the Loudness function is active,
“LD” will light up in the display.
See chapter “DSC programming” for
more information.
@ GE0
To adjust the balance (left/right) and
fader (front/rear) with the rocker
switch.
@ AUD
To adjust the treble and bass frequenties with the rocker switch.
A
@ DSC (Direct Software Control)
Use the DSC function to customise
certain programmable, basic settings
to suit your personal needs and preferences. See chapter “DSC program,ming” for more information.
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Fader front
V
Fader rear
<< B a l a n c e l e f t
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Balance right
The last setting will be stored automatically.
To switch off GEO: Press button once
again.
If the setting remains unchanged
within four seconds, the display will
switch back to the previous condition._
Treble +
V
Treble xc B a s s >> B a s s +
The last setting will be stored automatically.
To switch off AUD: Press button once
again.
If the setting remains unchanged within four seconds, the AUD setting will
be terminated automatically.
Important notes
Installation
Precautions
If you would like to install your new car stereo yourself or add other audio components
to existing ones, then please read carefully
the enclosed instructions on installation and
connection.
In order to ensure that the set operates properly it is necessary that the positive power
supply line is connected via the ignition and
the permanent +I2 V lead.
Do not ground the loudspeaker outputs!
Before starting to use your new car radio,
please read the following information carefully.
Traffic safety
As the driver of a motor vehicle, it is your
responsibility to pay attention to the traffic
situation at all times. Never use your car
radio in a way that could distract you.
Please keep in mind that you travel a distance of 15 yards per second at a speed of
only 30 miles per hour.
Should the traffic situation become particularly demanding, we advise you not to use
the radio.
Always make sure that you are still able to
hear any warning signals coming from outside of the vehicle, such as police or fire
engine sirens, so that you can react accordingly.
Therefore, you should always select a
moderate volume for playing your car radio
while you are driving.
Remote control
With the infrared steering wheel remote control and its signal-receiving apparatus you
can control all of the important functions of
your car audio system from the steering
wheel.
Telephone mute
If you have a mobile telephone installed in
your vehicle, radio, tape or changer playback can be muted automatically when using the phone (telephone mute).
“PHONE” will then appear in the display.
Amplifier
All Blaupunkt amplifiers
Accessories
Use only the accessories and spare parts
approved by Blaupunkt.
You can use the following Blaupunkt products with this car stereo:
Auxiliary Input 7 607 890 093
Adapter for portable audio equipment, for
example.
Speakers
All Blaupunkt speakers
Changer
CDC A 05 or CDC A 071
KeyCard theft protection system
The Blaupunkt KeyCard Security System
provides an effective and convenient means
of theft deterrence. Each unit operates only
when it’s own card is inserted. No card, no
use. It’s that simple.
The units flashing tongue and security system window stickers emphasize that point
to the potential thief. No bulky release panel to put in your pocket - under your seat where thieves know to look for it. Just remove the card and put in your wallet or pocket. It’s that convenient.
This unit is supplied with two Keycards, a
blue “main” card and “screamer” card. The
difference: the warrenty/serial number (the
“radio pass data”) has been embedded into
the main card in case you ever need it.
In addition to convenient security, each card
has a personal memory bank for the FM1
and AMT band presets, bass, treble, balance, fader and DSC settings. The benefit:
two drivers, such as a husband and wife,
can store separate settings to their individual likings on their separate cards.
To replace a lost or stolen card, please
call l-800-920-21 21.
Putting the unit into operation
Replacing a KeyCard
1. Turn the unit on.
1. Insert the remaining KeyCard and turn
on the set.
2. Make the orange tongue stick out by
pressing it into the radio so that it pops
out.
3. Insert the KeyCard into the slot with
the gold contact facing up and the arrow pointed into the unit.
The car radio is now ready for operation.
If a wrong KeyCard is inserted, then “CARD
ERR” will appear in the display. In this case
please do not make any further adjustments.
The system will switch off after approximately ten seconds. When inserting another card type (e.g. phone or credit card), the
display will show “WRONG KC” for approximately two seconds.
4. Remove the wrong card and introduce
the correct KeyCard after the display
indications “CARD ERR” or “WRONG
KC” disappear.
3. Press cc or >>.
The display will switch to “CHANGE”.
4. Push in the KeyCard. The card is released and put in the proper position
for being removed.
Removing the KeyCard
5. Remove the first KeyCard and insert
the new one while “CHANGE” is still
being displayed.
After the display indication “READY” or
“LEARN KC”,
6. press DSC.
Now you can also use the new KeyCard for
operating your unit.
A maximum of two cards can be used for
the set.
When trying to “train” a third one, the access authorisation for the KeyCard not used
for the “training” process will be deleted
automatically.
Never pull out the KeyCard directly!
Loss of both KeyCards
First, slightly push in the KeyCard.
This releases the card and puts it in the
proper position for being removed.
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Now you can pull it out.
Please contact your dealer or in USA call
I-800-920-21 21.
5. Press ON to turn the set on.
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2. Press the DSC button and select
“LEARN KC” with A/V.
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Switching the audio source
Displaying the radio pass data
Turning off the blinking LED
Using the “Blau” KeyCard supplied with your
set you can have the radio pass data such
as the model name, product number (7 6 . ..)
and serial number indicated on the display
panel.
Please refer to chapter “DSC programming
- READ KC”.
When you insert your KeyCard, the LED is
automatically turned off until the card is removed and the ignition turned off, assuming the unit is connected as described in the
installation instructions.
If you do not want the tongue to blink at any
time, simply access “LED” in the DSC menu,
and press c< or >> to turn in off.
Optical indication for extra
security
Care of your KeyCard
Using the SRC button you can switch between the following audio sources:
radio,
tape,
changer (optional), or AUX
Tape operation is only available if a cassette
is inserted.
AUX is only available if no Blaupunkt changer CDC A05 or CDC A 071 is connected.
“AUX ON” must be activated in the DSC
menu.
For a proper function of the KeyCard it is
important that the contacts are free from any
foreign particles. Avoid direct skin contact.
If necessary, clean the KeyCard contacts
using a cotton swab soaked with alcohol.
Blinking KeyCard tongue
When the vehicle is stationary and the KeyCard removed, the KeyCard tongue can be
switched to blink for extra anti-theft security.
For this it is necessary that the positive power supply line and the permanent +12 V lead
are connected such as described in the installation instructions.
Be sure that “LED ON” is adjusted in the
DSC mode.
If required, please refer to chapter “DSC
programming - LED”.
To switch to another source,
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SRC briefly.
Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)
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ThIsradio is equipped to receive Radio Data
System or RDS signals. RDS is a secondary signal used by many FM radio stations
to broadcast additional information. Blaupunkt has been a key player in developing
RDS in Europe.
This radio’s RDS features include program
service name (PS), which automatically displays RDS station’s identification such as
WNYC-FM or THE WAVE. Other RDS features included are alternative frequency
switching (AF), program type identification
and search (PTY), and capability to receive
future Emergency Alert System (EAS) message broadcasted by RDS stations. All are
explained in this section.
AF - Alternative frequency
The AF (Alternative Frequency) function
makes sure that the strongest frequency of
the currently selected program is always
tuned in automatically.
This function is activated when “AF” appears
in the display.
In order to switch this function on or off,
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press the AF button briefly.
While searching for the strongest reception
signal, the radio may switch to mute briefly.
If “SEARCH” appears in the display when
switching on the radio or recalling one of the
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stored frequencies, the unit is automatically
searching for an alternative frequency.
“SEARCH” will disappear from the display
when the alternative frequency has been
found or after the frequency band has been
run through completely.
If the reception quality of the selected program becomes too bad:
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Tune into another station.
Selecting a waveband
With this car radio you can select between
the following wavebands:
FM 87.5 - 107.9 MHz
AM530-1710kHz
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Select the desired waveband by pressing the FMT or AMT button.
Station tuning
Automatic (seek) tuning A/V
Press A/V; the car radio will automatjtally search for the next station.
When keeping the upper or lower part A/V
of the rocker switch depressed, seek tuning
will speed up in upwards or downwards direction.
Seek tuning
A UP
v Down
X-C Down
(“AF”
>> Up in
(“AF”
in short intervals
must be switched off)
short intervals
must be switched off)
Manual tuning with c< >>
You can also tune in a station manually.
Condition:
AF and PTY must be switched off (i.e. the
symbols do not light up in the display).
If necessary, deactivate these functions:
Press iF or PTY.
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Manual tuning:
Press c< >>; the frequency will change
in short intervals in downwards or upwards direction.
When holding the right or left part of the rocker switch down, the frequency movement is
speeded up.
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RDS Seek (only FM)
Storing stations
You can use the << >> buttons to tune in
RDS stations.
For this it is necessary that the stations have
been tuned in at least once and that “AF” is
active (lights up in the display).
A quick way to tune in RDS stations is to
use Travelstore:
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Press FMT for two seconds; the system starts to run through the frequency
band.
If “AF” is not displayed,
AF.
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With this, the requirements for selecting stations with cc >> are fulfilled.
On FM, you can store six stations on the
preset buttons 1-6 for each of the memory
banks I, II and T.
On AM, you can store six stations.
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Select the appropriate waveband with
FMT or AMT.
Changing the memory bank (FM)
You can shift between the memory banks I,
II and T in order to store stations and recall
them later.
The currently selected memory bank is indicated in the display.
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Press the FMT button as many times
until the desired memory bank lights
up in the display.
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Automatically storing the
strongest stations with Travelstore
You can automatically store the six most
powerful FM and AM stations of your current reception area sorted according to their
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signal strength. This function is particularly
convenient on longer trips.
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Press the FMT or AMT button for two
seconds.
“T-STORE” will appear in the display.
The six strongest FM or AM stations will be
automatically stored on the memory bank
‘7” (Travelstore). When this process has
been completed, the radio will play the first
station.
If desired, stations can also be stored
manually on the Travelstore bank (see “Stor-
Tune in a station with the rocker switch
(either automatically A/v or manually
<< >>) .
Press the desired preset button until
the radio resumes play after the muting (takes approximately two seconds,
confirmed by beep).
Now the station has been stored.
The activated preset button is indicated in
the display.
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ing stations”).
Notice:
Should you tune in a station which has already been stored before on another
memory bank, the corresponding preset
button and the memory bank will briefly flash
in the display.
Recalling stored stations
You can recall any stored station at the touch
of a button.
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Select the waveband by pressing FMT
or AMT. On FM, also choose the corresponding memory bank by pressing
the FMT button as many times until the
desired bank appears in the display.
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Press the corresponding preset button
briefly to recall the station.
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Scanning stored stations with
Preset Scan
You can have all of the stored stations briefly
scanned on all wavebands.
To start Preset Scan:
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Press SC for approximately two seconds.
All of the stored stations of the adjusted
waveband will be scanned one after the other. The memory bank and preset position of
the currently scanned station will flash in the
display.
To select a scanned station and switch
off Preset Scan:
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Press SC briefly.
Scanning stations with RadioScan
You can also scan all stations which can be
received.
To start the Scan function:
l Press SC briefly.
The scanned frequency or the station name
will start flashing in the display. During the
actual scanning process “FM-SCAN” or
“AM-SCAN” will be displayed.
To select a scanned station and switch
off the Radio-Scan function:
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Press SC briefly.
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If no station is selected, the scan function
will be automatically switched off after the
frequency band has been run through completely. The unit will tune in the station listened to before starting the scan.
Changing the scan time
The scan time can be changed from between five to a maximum of 30 seconds.
Please refer to chapter “DSC programming
- SCANTIME”.
Selecting the seek tuning sensitivity
You can alter the automatic seek tuning
sensitivity.
If “lo” is displayed, the radio will only pick up
strong, local stations (low sensitivity).
If “lo” does not light up, the radio will also
pick up weaker, distant stations (high sensitivity).
The sensitivity level can be altered in both
modes (see also chapter “DSC programming”).
Switching from stereo to
mono
FM)
If reception is poor, you may get better
sound quality by switching to mono:
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Press the lo button for approximately
two seconds.
With mono playback, the stereo Sign OJ will
disappear from the display.
Each time the radio is switched on, stereo
playback is activated.
The unit will automatically switch to mono if
the received signal is not strong enough for
stereo playback.
PTY - Program Type
PTY is an RDS service offered by more and
more radio broadcasters. This feature allows
you to select FM stations according to their
program type. After you have chosen the
PTY of your preference, the corresponding
stations can be selected either by seek
tuning or using the scan function.
Switching PTY on/off
Press PTY.
When the function is active, the program
type selected last will briefly appear in the
display. “PTY” will be permanently indicated in the lower right corner of the display
panel.
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Program types
Use cc>> to have the last selected program
type displayed and to choose a new one.
You can select any one of the stored types
with the preset buttons 1 - 6.
Condition: PTY must be active.
All of the program types listed below are
available.
The letters printed in bold are identical to
the actual short-time indication in the display.
NEWS
INFORM
SPORTS
TALK
ROCK
CLS ROCK
ADLT HIT
SOFT RCK
TOP 40
COUNTRY
OLDIES
SOFT
NOSTALGA
JAZZ
CLASSICL
R&B
SOFT R&B
LANGUAGE
REL MUSC
REL TALK
PERSNLTY
PUBLIC
TEST (used for factory testing)
PTY 23 to PTY 29 have not been assigned.
Checking the program type of the station
Press PTY for approximately two seconds.
After the beep tone the display will show the
program type offered by the tuned in station.
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Displaying the selected program type
Press <c or >>.
The program type selected last will be displayed briefly.
If you wish to listen to a station with
this PTY,
press NV to start seek tuning operation.
If the system is unable to find a station offering the selected program type, the display will show “NO PTY” and a beep tone
will be released. The station received before starting seek tuning will be tuned in.
You can assign different program types to
each preset position. Please refer to the next
chapter “Storing program types”.
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Using the cc >> buttons of the rocker
switch
When PTY is switched on, you can select a program type using buttons
<< >>.
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Selecting a program type
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Using the preset buttons
When PTY is switched on, you can use
the preset buttons l-6 to select the
program types stored at the factory.
Press one of the presets 1 - 6.
The selected program type will be displayed for two seconds.
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Press cc or >>; the program type
selected last will be displayed for
three seconds.
During this period press >> (forwards) or <c (backwards) to select
the desired type.
Press cc or >> as many times as
required.
If you wish to listen to a station offering
the selected PTY,
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lf’fhe system is unable to find a station offering the selected program type, the display will show “NO PTY” and a beep tone
will be released. The station received before starting seek tuning will be tuned in.
Scanning stations with PTY-SCAN
Storing program types
To switch off PTY-SCAN:
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One program type was assigned to each of
the preset buttons l-6 at the factory.
If desired, you can also store other available program types.
To do so, make sure that “PTY” lights up in
the display.
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If necessary, press the PTY button to
switch on the function.
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Condition: “PTY” must appear in the display.
Press the SC button.
All received stations offering the selected
program type will be scanned.
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Emergency Alert System
Your RDS tuner is also able to automatically receive any RDS emergeny announcements broadcast during extraordinary circumstances.
Select a program type using buttons
cc >> and
hold down the desired preset button
(l-6) until you hear a beep.
Now the selected program type can be recalled by pressing this preset. For this the
PTY function must be active.
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As earlier mentioned, these functions are
currently only supported by a limited number
of RDS stations.
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Tape operation
The car stereo has to be switched on.
Fast Forward/Rewind
The unit automatically switches to tape operation when a cassette is inserted.
portion of at least three seconds between
the individual tracks.
Switching the tape side
Inserting a tape
(autoreverse)
Turn on the set.
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Insert a tape.
The tape will be automatically transported
to the playback position. Side A or 1 starts
to play.
During tape operation, “TR 1” or “TR 2 ”
(track) will show on the display panel.
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Insert the tape with side A or 1 facing up, the
open side showing to the right.
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Fast forward
Fast rewind
A / V Track selection (S-CPS) A Up
V Down
Stop function by pressing AV.
Selecting tracks with S-CPS
(Super Cassette Program Search)
Removing a tape
Press C .
The cassette will eject.
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Use this function to skip (A) and repeat (v)
recorded tracks.
A maximum of nine tracks can be skipped.
To do so,
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press the rocker switch as many times
as required.
The number of tracks to be skipped appears
on the display panel.
If necessary, you can correct your entry by
pressing the opposite rocker switch button.
Stop by pressing AV.
For a proper operation of the S-CPS function there has to be an unrecorded tape
To change the tape direction during cassette III
playback:
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AV.
At the end of a tape side, the mechanism
changes directions automatically to play the
other side (autoreverse). The display shows
“TRI -PLAY” for track (side) 1 or “TR2-PLAY’
for track 2.
Notice:
If there is too much tension on the tape
during playback, the set may switch over by
itself before having reached the end of the
tape side. In this case check the condition
of the cassette tape. Sometimes it helps to
rewind it completely.
Tape equalisation
When a metal or CrO, tape is inserted, the
tape mechanism automatically adjusts to
metal/CrO, tape equalisation.
The “MTL” indicator will illuminate.
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gg;ing cassette tracks with
Skipping unrecorded tape portions with Blank Skip
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This function senses an unrecorded tape
portion continuing for more than 15 seconds
and automatically fast forwards the cassette
to the beginning of the next track.
During fast tape winding, “B-SKIP” will be
indicated on the display panel.
can have the cassette tracks played
briefly by using the scan function. If you like
a title, stop the scan to continue listening to
that track.
To start/stop the scan function:
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You can individually adjust the scan time in
the DSC menu (see “DSC programming SCANTIME”).
Dolby B NR*
With this unit you can play back tapes recorded with Dolby-B NR or without noise
reduction.
Cassette tapes recorded with Dolby NR*
stand out by their reduced tape hiss and the
improved dynamics.
If Dolby-B NR is switched on, “B” will light
up in the display.
To switch on/off:
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Noise Reduction system manufactured under license
from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
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To switch the Blank Skip function on and
off:
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one second until you hear a beep.
When the function has been activated, “BLS”
will appear in the display.
Listening to the radio during fast
tape winding with RM
(Radio Monitor)
When the tape is fast forwarded or rewound
(also with S-CPS), the radio will normally
be muted. To listen to the radio during fast
winding, activate the Radio Monitor function:
To switch RM on and off:
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When the function is active, “RM” will light
up in the display.
Care notes
To avoid possible problems, we recommend
you to use C-60/C-30 type cassette tapes
only. Store your tapes in a cool place away
from dirt, dust and temperatures exceeding
120 “Fahrenheit (50 “Celsius). Allow very
cold tapes to warm up before playing them
in order to avoid uneven tape transport. After approximately 100 hours of use, dust particles collected on the playback head or roller
may lead to tape run problems and sound
distortions.
Use a head cleaning tape to remove normal dirt build-up. For tougher cases, use a
cotton swab (Q-Tip) soaked with alcohol. Do
not attempt to clean by inserting a hard object into the player!
CD changer operation (optional)
Selecting CDs and tracks
This car stereo offers you convenient control of a Blaupunkt CD changer CDC-A05
or CDC-A071. These changers are sold separately and can be purchased through your
Blaupunkt dealer.
MIX MAG - CDC-A 05 / -A071
All CD tracks will be played
at random.
The next disc will then also
be selected and played randomly, etc.
Switching to CDC operation
Make sure that at least one CD has been
inserted into the magazine.
MIX OFF - The Mix function is deactivated. Discs and tracks will be
selected in numeric order.
CD selection
>> up
<c Down
Press SRC to go through the available audio sources:
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briefly shows “CDC ON”.
To alter the setting:
Press MIX as many times until the desired function is briefly displayed.
If the function is active, “MIX” will appear in
the right display corner.
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Track selection
A Upwards: Press briefly.
CUE - fast advance (audible): Keep
depressed.
V Downwards: Press as many times as
required.
To restart a track: Press briefly.
REVIEW -fast reverse (audible):
Keep depressed.
“CD ERROR” - Disc is dirty, damaged,
upside-down or CD-ROM
“NO CD”
- No magazine in changer
or no disc in selected slot.
Selecting the display mode
You can select the desired display mode for
CD operation:
“NAME”
The specified name, for
example “MADONNA”
will be displayed.
“TIME”
The elapsed playback
time of the track is displayed, for example
“2 : 32”.
“NUMBER”
The CD position in the
magazine (disc number)
is displayed, for example
“CD8 T5”.
MIX playback
You can have the CD tracks played in random order.
MIX CD
- The tracks of the selected
CD will be played at random.
The next disc will be selected
in numeric order.
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Press DIS during CD playback.
The display mode and the corresponding
setting or value will briefly show on the display panel, e.g. “TIME”, “2 : 32”.
If you have selected “NAME” without having specified a name for the corresponding
disc, “CD PLAY” will appear in the display.
Please read also the chapter “Entering CD
names”.
Storing the display mode
You can store your preferred display mode
which will then be active each time the radio is switched on.
If required,
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press DIS as many times until the desired setting is displayed.
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Hold down the DIS button until you
hear a beep.
SCAN operation
Use this function to scan all of the CD tracks.
To start the Scan function:
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SC.
The tracks will be scanned one after the other in ascending order.
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To stop the Scan function:
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The track currently being scanned is continued to be played.
SCAN will also be terminated by
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pressing one of the buttons AUD,
GEO, DSC, SRC, d, cc >> or A/V.
Entering CD names
You can name up to 99 discs.
The specified name (e.g. VIVALDI) will then
appear in the display.
Be sure to select the display mode “NAME”
using the DIS button.
To start the entry:
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Press the DSC button.
“CDC-NAME” will be displayed.
Press fl.
The first underscore character will flash.
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Select the first character with the help _
of the rocker switch tiv.
You have the choice between the capital
letters A to Z, special characters and the
numbers 0 to 9.
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Use the rocker switch <c >> to move
to the next underscore and select a
character.
You can select up to seven characters.
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Press fl in order to store it.
To quit the naming mode,
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leave the DSC menu by pressing DSC.
If you would like to name another CD,
. select a new disc.
You can change any existing name by entering and storing a new one (overwriting).
Deleting CD names with
DSC-UPDATE
You can delete a CD name with the help of
the DSC update function. Use “CDC UPD”
to confirm all of the CDs for which the specified name is not to be deleted.
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Insert a magazine with CDs for which
the stored information is to be maintained.
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Press the DSC button.
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Press A/V to select “CDC UPD”.
Press cc >>.
After the update has been completed,
“NEXT MAG” appears in the display.
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Press the P button on the changer for
approximately two seconds.
The magazine will eject.
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DSC programming
Proceed as described above for all of the
CDs/magazines for which the entered name
is to be maintained.
After having updated the last magal
zine, press d.
To quit the function,
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DSC.
The system has saved the name information for all of the CDs which were inserted.
For all other discs the CD names have been
deleted.
DSC (Direct Software Control) allows YOU
to customise certain programmable, basic
settings to suit your personal needs and
preferences and then store them.
The basic settings for this audio equipment
were made at the factory.
In the following you can find an overview of
these settings, so that you can always reset
to these if desired.
If you wish to alter any of the programming,
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DSC.
Use the rocker switch and the @j button to
select and adjust the functions described in
the following. The display will show you the
adjusted condition.
N V
cc >>
LOUDNESS Loudness - When listenina
at a low level, the Loudness
function creates a more natural sound by boosting the
low frequency range.
LOUD 1 - Low boost
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LOUD 6 - Max. boost
TA VOL
Used in USA for Emergency
Alert System volume level.
SPEECH
In future many RDS radio
stations will differentiate between music and speech
programs.
You can alter the tone for
speech programs from between “SPEECH 0 . . . 4”.
SPEECH 0:
Music and speech as per
AUD bass and treble settings.
Select function
Adjust/recall value
SPEECH 1:
Linear reproduction (bass,
treble and Loudness set to
“O?
CDC NAME Only available for CD
changer playback (optional).
Use this function to name
your CDs. (See “Entering
CD names”).
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Selecting the night brightness:
Switch on the vehicle lights
and program the brightness
value. The car radio’s lighting connector must be
hooked up to the vehicle’s
electric system for this to
function properly.
SPEECH 2-4:
Different settings for volume, bass and treble with
the Loudness being
switched off.
Try out which SPEECH setting you like most.
Acknowledgement tone for
all functions which require a
button to be pressed for
more than one second.
The volume can be adjusted
from between 0 to 9. (0 =
off).
ANGLE
Use this setting to alter the
viewing angle to your liking
from -1 to 0 to +l.
BRIGHT
You can adjust the display
brightness from between 1
to 16. You can also select
different values for day and
night.
To read out the KeyCard
data.
The card supplied with the
radio is used to display the
model name, type number
(7 6..) and the serial
number.
If you remove the KeyCard
during the reading process,
“READ KC” will show on the
display panel. The unit continues to play but does not
accept any operations except from being switched
off. Re-insert the card.
SCANTIME
Use this function to set the
scan time for the radio or
CD player from between five
and 30 seconds.
S-DX
To adjust the seek tuning
sensitivity for distant recep
tion.
DX 1 - high sensitivity
DX 3 - low sensitivity
COLOUR
(Variocolour) For gradually matching the
radio illumination with the
dashboard lighting.
green . . . . . . . . . . . . . light orange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . red
LED ON
LEARN KC
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READ KL
Here you can choose between LED ON or LED OFF.
With LED ON, the KeyCard
tongue will flash for extra
anti-theft protection when
the unit has been switched.
off and the KeyCard removed.
To “train” a replacement
KeyCard.
Please read the information
in chapter “KeyCard theft
protection system - “Replacina” a KevCard”.
S-LO
To adjust the seek tuning
sensitivity for local reception.
LO 1 - high sensitivity
LO 3 - low sensitivity
The seek tuning sensitivity
values can be separately set
for AM and FM.
CDC UPD
AUX
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Use this function to delete
CD names during CDC operation, in order to have
more storage capacity for
new discs available. See
“Deleting CD names with
DSC-UPDATE”.
This menu item is not available if you have connected
a CD changer (A 05 or
A071).
The setting made at the factory is AUX OFF.
If you have connected an
external piece of equipment
via AUX, this function must
be set to AUX ON.
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Spdfications
Amplifier
4 x 23 W RMS power
act. to DIN 45324 at
14.4 V
4 x 35 W max. power
Tuner
Wavebands:
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FM
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AM
FM sensitivity:
87.5 - 107.9 MHz
530- 1710 kHz
0.9 uV at 26 dB signalto-noise ratio
FM frequency response:
30-16000Hz
Tape player
Frequency response:
30-18000Hz
Questions? Problems?
Call 1-800-288-2528
Subject to modifications!
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Use this function to select
the volume at which the radio is set when it is switched
on. Adjust the desired volume level with c< >>. When
adjusted to “VOL O”, the
system will come on with the
volume selected before
switching the radio off.
To quit the DSC programming mode
and store the adjustment:
Press DSC.
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Overview of the DSC factory
settings
CD NAME
LOUDNESS
TA VOL
SPEECH
BEEP
ANGLE
BRIGHT
COLOUR
LED
LEARN KC
READ KC
SCANTIME
S-DX
S-LO
CD UPD
AUX
VOL FIX
3
35
0
4
0
16
green
ON
10 sec.
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OFF
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Appendix
Output power:
VOL FIX
Sydney RCM 126 us
Toronto RDM 126 us
Fitting instructions
Instructions de montage
lnstrucciones de montaje
Instrqbes de montagem
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Bosch Group
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@ Safety notes
a Observaciones de seguridad
Before starbng to mount your car radro, read the
mountrng and connectron rnstructrons carefully.
Drsconnect the vehrcle battery’s negatrve termrnal
before making connectrons
Be sure to observe the safety notes of the automobrle
manufacturer (arrbags, alarm systems, on-board
computers, rmmobrlrsers)
Before dnlkng holes, look to see what IS on the other
srde - do not damage the battery, wrnng or fuse box.
The posrtive lead used must have a cross-sectron of at
least 2.5 mm2 The set IS protected by a quack-actrng
10 A fuse.
Dunng operatron of the unrt, the sets srde wall may
heat up consrderably
Be sure to keep all wres away from hot parts of the
housrng
Antes de rnstalar su nuevo equrpo, srrvase de leer
detenrdamente las rnstruccrones da montage y da
conexron
Desconecte el termrnal negatrvo de la batena del
vehiculo antes de hater las conexrones
Observe las rnformacrones de segundad del fabrrcante
del vehrculo (con respect0 a arrbags, srstema de
alarma, ordenador de a bordo, rnmovrlrzador).
Antes de taladrar agujeros, asegurese de no daiiar
nrngunas panes del vehtculo (baterra. cableado, ca)a
de fusrbles)
La seccron transversal del cable posrtrvo utrlrzado
debe ser de 2 5 mm2 por lo menos El equrpo esta
protegrdo medrante un fusible de 10 A de accron
raprda
Durante la operacron del equrpo, la parte lateral de la
radro puede calentarse consrderablemente.
Cercrorese de qua nrnguno de 10s cables este en
contact0 drrecto con la ca]a del autorradro
Indications de skurit6
Veuillez lire les instructions de montage et de
raccordement avant de monter votre autoradio.
Debrancher le pole negatif de la batterie pendant les
operations de montage et de branchement.
Prendre note des indications de securite du fabricant
du vehicule (airbag, alarmes, ordinateur de bord,
dispositifs de blocage des roues).
En percant des trous, veiller a ce que les elements du
vehicule (batterie, cable, boite a fusibles) ne soient
pas endommages.
La section du cable positif ne doit pas etre inferieure a
2,5 mm’.
L’appareil est protege par un coupe-circuit a action
instantanee de IO A.
La partie laterale de I’autoradio s’echauffe
enormement pendant le service de I’appareil.
Veiller a ce qu’aucun cable ne se trouve sur le boitier.
a Instru@es d e seguraqa
Antes da montagem do seu auto-radro, ler as
rnstrupoes de montagem e de lkgacao
Durante o tempo da montagem e da Irgacao,
desapertar o termrnal do borne negatrvo da batena
Segurr as rnstrucdes de seguranca do construtor do
verculo (arrbag. srstemas antt-roubo, computadores de
bordo, srstemas rmobrlrzadores)
Na furagem de buracos, dar atencao a nao danrfrcar
quarsquer pecas do verculo (batena, cabos, carxa de
fusivers)
0 drametro do cabo posrtrvo nao deve ser rnfenor a
2,5 mm* 0 aparelho esta protegrdo atraves de urn
fuswel 10 A de accao raptda
A parte lateral do auto-radro atrnge durante o
funcronamento temperaturas altas
Dar atencao a que OS cabos nao frquem proxrmos da
carxa
Electrical Connections and Installation
G+! !&-#GL
To avoid thg aggravation of costly mistakes and serious damage that could make
you feel this way, please carefully read all of the instructions before you begin. Carefully follow
all instructions. You’ll be glad you did!
GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS AND NOTES
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If you’re not confident that you can install the unit correctly, have it installed by a qualified
Blaupunkt installation technician.
Use this unit only with negative ground 12 Volt (11-16 Volt) direct current (DC).
We recommend making and testing all electrical connections before installing the unit. Connect
the leads (wires) according to instructions and diagram below.
This unit is protected by a quick-acting 10A fuse. Do not substitute with any other type of fuse.
IF YOU ARE INSTALLING A COMPATIBLE BLAUPUNKT CD CHANGER
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Blaupunkt CDC-A05 and CDC-A071 changers sold separately.
For speaker connection, use the speaker wire harness section that comes with the receiver.
For other connections, use the wire harness sections that come with the CD Changer, not the
receiver.
In place of this units yellow and green lead, use the changer’s blue lead for the antenna motor.
The changer harness also includes 4-channel RCA preamp output connections, amplifier
switch-on lead and a telephone mute lead.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS
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3.
Disconnect the vehicle battery’s negative terminal before making connections.
Connect the speakers and/or external amplifiers (if you have any) following the guidelines in
the SPEAKER CONNECTION section below.
Connect the yellow and green “POWER ANTENNA+” (trigger output) lead to an antenna
motor trigger input terminal (if you have one). (Maximum amperage required must not
exceed 150mA.)
yellow/green /antenna motor
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4. %onnect the orange “ILLUMINATION” lead to the vehicle’s adjustable illumination (dimmer).
orange I illumination
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Connect the brown “GROUND+” lead to a grounded metal part on the vehicle. We recommend
grounding all audio system ground leads (receiver, external amplifier, etc.) to a common
grounding point, preferably a non-painted surface under the instrument panel.
brown I ground
Connect the red lead designated “BATTERY (+12V)” to a source of constant battery power.
Connect the red lead designated as “ACC (+12V) “IGNITION” (turn-on power) only after the
other leads are connected. Be sure to connect the red lead to a positive (+) 12 Volt power
terminal that is energized only when the ignition key is set to the on position or accessory
position.
Cover the ends of any unused leads with electrical tape. This will prevent them from touching
the vehicle or each other and causing a short-circuit and damage to the unit or vehicle.
9. Reconnect the. vehicle’s battery.
10. Venfy that no fuses have blown.
11. Plug the harness Into the unit.
12. Attach the antenna “elbow” and affixing bracket to the back of the unit. Insert your vehicle’s
antenna.
Test the unit. Once the connections have been successfully made, you can begin to install the unit
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SPEAKER CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS
The unit’s Dual-Level Fader allows you to fade between the front and the rear channels using either
the front and/or rear speaker leads and/or the rear preamp outputs, providing you tremendous
flexibility in configuring your speaker arrangement:
l You can connect a speaker (regular, co-axial or tri-axial speakers or component speaker system,
all hereafter referred to simply as “speaker”) to each of the units’ four pairs of speaker leads.
l With the purchase of Blaupunkt accessory wire harness 8 643 494 218, you can connect the
4 RCA preamp outputs to multiple external amplifiers and power multiple speakers or speaker
systems through the amplifiers. (See below)
l You can use a either or both of these two methods.
l Blaupunkt amplifiers and speakers sold separately.
Connecting the Speaker Leads
To prevent short circuits or serious damage to the unit and/or speakers:
l Connect the speaker leads only as indicated in the wiring diagram. Disconnect the vehicle
battery’s negative terminal before making connections.
l Only use speakers that have impedance ratings of 4 ohms or higher and have power-handling
capabilities greater than the receiver’s stated power level.
l The unit’s internal amplifier is designed to handle a 4-ohm load on each pair of speaker leads.
l DON’T connect two soeakers to a sit-role oair of speaker leads (“in parallel”) unless both speakers
each have at least 8 ohms impedance.
l DON’T connect the left and riqht speaker leads to each other or to the same speakers.
l DON’T connect the front and year speaker leads to each other or to the same speakers.
l DON’T connect the negative speaker leads to each other.
l DON’T connect the positive speaker leads to each other.
l DON’T connect any active speakers (with built-in amplifiers) to the speaker leads unless their
owner’s manuals specifically state that this is O.K.
l Cover the ends of any unused leads with electrical tape. This will prevent them from touching the
vehicle or each other and causing a short-circuit and damage to the receiver or vehicle.
PREAMP OUTPUT CONNECTION
Blaupunkt wire harness 8 634 494 218 frts In the top block on the rear of the unit. It rncludes 4-channel
oreamo out connections, amolifrer switch-on lead (blue/white), and cellular telephone mute (dark
green): If you purchase a Blaubunkt CDC-A05 or CDC-A071 CD Changer, you don’t need this harness
because all of these connections are included in changer’s wire harness.
AUXILIARY INPUT
If a changer IS not connected, you can connect portable audro equipment to your unit by purchasing
Blaupunkt accessory harness 7 607 890 093. This harness fits in the top block on the rear of the unit.
It includes a 2 meter aux-in cable with a 3.5 mm male plug for direct insert into your portable equipment,
as well as 4-channel preamp out connections, amplifier switch-on lead (blue), and cellular telephone
mute (purple).
ItdELESS REMOTE CONTROLS
This receiver’s most-frequently used features can be controlled by Blaupunkt’s unique Thummer II
Steerina-Wheel Remote Control. Included with remote control are a receiving “eye” that can be placed
vrrtuallyanywhere on the dash, as well as a wiring harness, which can be used simultaneously with the
harnesses for the preamp outout and for the changer or aux Input.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
A. This car radio is designed to be installed in the car radio compartment provided by the vehicle
manufacturer. Open the car radio compartment (remove the shelf or panel by unclipping it) or
adjust the size of the car radio compartment to measure 182 x 53 mm.
B. The mounting bracket included with this car radio is designed for installation in vehicles with a
standard DIN installation compartment measuring 182 x 53 mm, al65mm installation depth and
an instrument panel thickness of approximately 1 to 20 mm in the area of the tab fasteners, see
Fig. 1. Reach behind the car radio compartment and check to see which tab fasteners can be
bent on the mounting bracket. Place the mounting bracket in the compartment and bend over
the tabs with the help of a screwdriver, see Fig. 1, 2. Be sure to bend all of the tabs possible.
C. Your vehicle may also allow you to provide extra ability at the back of the unit. Look at the wall
behind the radio cavity to see if there is a small hole the size of the enclosed plastic plugs. If so,
screw one or both of the plugs onto the threaded bolt at the back of the unit before pushing the
unit into the mounting sleeve.
D Place the car radio in the front of the mounting bracket and push it in until the side springs snap
into position on the left and the right (you will hear an audible click).
Removing the car radio
Insert the handles into the holes in the panel on the left and right of the radio and push them in
until you hear a distinct click (unlocks side springs).
Pull the unit out using both handles, see Fig. 3.
Note: Handles which have snapped into place can only be removed after you have pulled
the radio out of the compartment.
If you have any questions, please consult your Blaupunkt dealer or in the
United States call l-800-266-2528.
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