User Manual Cadillac BLS Infotainment

User Manual Cadillac BLS Infotainment

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User Manual

Cadillac BLS Infotainment

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Cadillac BLS Audio System 5

Cadillac BLS Navigation System 27

Mobile phone

3

79

Bluetooth Universal Handsfree

Phone (UHP)

3

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Index 97

© Copyright General Motors Corporation 2008

All rights reserved

Printed in Sweden

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Introduction

This User Manual describes how to use the

Cadillac BLS Infotainment System. The system is especially designed for the cabin space in the Cadillac BLS.

This manual covers all the standard and optional Infotainment equipment that can be fitted in your car. There may be some differences between markets and to meet national legal requirements.

This manual contains important warning texts that must always be observed:

WARNING

WARNING texts warn against the danger of injury if the specified instructions are not followed.

USER TIP

USER TIP texts provide you, the reader, with useful information about the use and function of the system.

We recommend that you read the appropriate sections of this manual before using the system for the first time and that you keep this manual in the car for future reference.

For information regarding warranty conditions, refer to the Warranty and Service

Book supplied with your car.

Since the policy at Cadillac is one of continual improvement, we retain the right to incorporate modifications and to alter specifications during production without prior notice.

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Asterisk means: equipment not fitted in all cars (can depend on model variant, engine variant, market specification, options or accessories).

If you have any queries concerning your car, its equipment, the warranty conditions or the like, an authorised Cadillac dealer will be pleased to help.

Best wishes,

Cadillac

All work on the Infotainment system must be carried out by a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised Cadillac workshop.

Cadillac does not accept liability for any damage caused by the fitting of spare parts, exchange parts or accessories that are not approved by

Cadillac.

The specifications, design particulars and illustrations included in the manual are not binding.

NOTICE

NOTICE texts warn of potential damage to your car if the recommendations are not followed.

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Installation/ replacement

If you wish to install any of the units at a later date or wish to transfer a unit to another car, contact a Cadillac dealer to prevent missing or defective functionality.

Cleaning the units

Wipe the DIC-display (Driver Information

Center) and the Audio System display clean with a soft, dry cleaning cloth.

NOTICE

• Spraying cleaner or other fluid directly onto the units can damage the mechanical parts.

• Do not touch or point at the displays with sharp or pointed objects as this can cause scratches.

• Do not knock or jolt the units as this can damage them.

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Changing language

Change the menu text and voice recognition language by:

1 Turn on the ignition.

2 Press the steering wheel controls or

until

Settings

is shown on the DIC display.

3 Hold the SET button depressed until a chime is heard.

Language

is shown on the DIC display and then press the

SET button.

5 Press or until the required language is shown on the DIC display and press the SET button to select.

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Antennas

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The audio system has two antennas incorporated in the rear window, one for FM and one for AM.

NOTICE

Refrain from placing hard or sharp objects on the parcel shelf, to avoid damaging the antenna wires (the top five wires in the rear window).

USER TIP

• Roof loads can negatively affect telecommunication and GPS reception.

• If sun film is fitted to the rear window, it must be the pure plastic variety, free of metals, to maintain good radio reception.

Multipath propagation - Multipath propagation occurs when radio waves from an

FM transmitter are reflected by a large building, or similar, causing them to arrive slightly later than the direct waves. This can create interference to radio reception.

See also "Diversity antenna".

Diversity antenna

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- To improve radio reception when the topography is problematic, a second FM antenna (diversity antenna) can be fitted in the rear window.

We recommend that you contact a Cadillac dealer.

Shadow effect - Because FM radio waves travel in straight lines from the transmitter, a shadow effect can occur when tall buildings or hills obstruct the propagation path from the transmitter to the car.

Cross modulation - If the radio is tuned to a weak transmitter in the vicinity of a stronger one, the car’s antenna will receive a signal from both. Such interference may cause the unwanted broadcast to be heard faintly in the background.

Radio waves, FM/AM - FM radio waves radiate in straight lines from the transmitter. Because such waves do not follow the curvature of the Earth, their strength becomes weaker the further they travel.

That is why a large number of transmitters is needed to provide good reception.

AM waves, on the other hand, are reflected off the ionosphere, thus greatly extending their range.

Sources of FM interference - Interference to FM reception can be caused by the electrical systems in other vehicles, particularly if the signal from the transmitter is weak.

Sources of AM interference - AM reception is prone to interference, e.g. from electrical systems in other vehicles, hightension power lines and lightning.

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Cadillac BLS Audio System

Cadillac BLS Audio System

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Switching the audio system On/Off _______ 8

Radio _______________ 10

CD player ____________ 17

CD changer

3

________ 18

MP3/WMA player ______ 20

Portable player _______ 23

General functions _____ 24

Audio system ________ 26

Security lock _________ 26

Error codes __________ 26

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Asterisk means: equipment not fitted in all cars

(can depend on model variant, engine variant, market specification, options or accessories).

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Cadillac BLS Audio

System

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To get the best out of your Cadillac BLS

Audio System, we recommend that you read through this entire section.

Cadillac BLS Audio System consists of a main unit with radio, CD player/CD changer

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for CD and MP3/WMA discs.

The audio system is available with different amplifier and speaker options, see page 26.

The audio system is operated using the steering wheel controls or the control panel buttons.

WARNING

Safety first!

Cut off power immediately and contact your Cadillac dealer if the system begins to emit smoke or smells strange.

All work on the Audio system must be carried out by a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised Cadillac workshop.

Audio system activation/deactivation.

Volume adjust.

Tone control used to adjust the tone and speaker setting, change track/file on CDs or

MP3 discs and manual frequency setting.

Information about the artist, album and song title.

Display radiotext.

Setup menu.

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Scroll among preset pages.

Select the menu option in the display, using the corresponding menu button directly underneath.

Traffic announcements

On/Off.

Activate and select programme type.

Cars with CD changer

3

:

Insert CD or MP3 disc or discs.

Cars without CD-changer

3

: set time and date.

Eject CD or MP3 disc.

Activate radio and change frequency band.

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Steering wheel controls

Auto tuning down and change track/file going back in order of play on CD or MP3 disc.

Auto tuning up and change track/file forward in order of play on CD or MP3 disc.

Manual tuning and rapid play back for a track/file on a CD or

MP3 disc.

Manual tuning and rapid play forward for a track/file on a CD or MP3 disc.

Activate CD media or portable player.

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Change radio station preset, change track on CD or MP3 disc.

Volume adjust.

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Switching the audio system On/Off

Switching the audio system on

Switch on the audio system by turning the key in the ignition switch to position 3 and/or press the ON/OFF control once.

ON/OFF control

Switching the audio system off

The audio system is switched off:

• When the ON/OFF control is pressed.

• When the ignition key is removed.

• One hour after the ignition was switched

OFF, if the ignition key has not been removed.

• 1 hour after the audio system has been switched on if the key is not in the ignition switch.

Audio settings

Volume

Turn the ON/OFF control until the desired volume is obtained.

Tone controls

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Tone and speaker settings

Manual tone and speaker settings

1 Press the tone control to open the menu for tone and speaker settings.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the desired tone/speaker setting.

3 Adjust the selected setting by turning the tone control. The selected settings can also be adjusted by pressing the SEEK,

FWD or REV buttons.

Centring tone and speaker settings

Hold the tone control depressed until a chime sounds to centre all tone and speaker settings.

Automatic tone setting

You can choose to automatically adapt tone setting,

Auto EQ

(Equalizer), to the tuned station or disc being played.

1 Press the tone control to open the menu for tone settings.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the menu option

Auto EQ

.

3 Press the menu button directly underneath the desired tone setting.

4 The tone settings menu automatically returns to the previous menu within

5 seconds.

Auto EQ menu

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Audio settings

Bose

®

Centerpoint

®

Surround Sound System

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Volume

Turn the ON/OFF control until the desired volume is obtained.

Tone controls

Tone and speaker settings

Manual tone and speaker settings

Centring tone and speaker settings

Hold the tone control depressed until a chime sounds to centre all tone and speaker settings.

Automatic tone setting

You can select to automatically adapt your tone settings for the programme you are listening to or the disc you are playing.

1 Press the tone control to open the menu for tone settings.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the menu option

Talk

.

3 The tone settings menu automatically returns to the previous menu within

5 seconds.

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Centerpoint

®

signal processing circuitry

With the Bose

®

Centerpoint

®

Surround

Sound System, Centerpoint

®

signal processing circuitry creates a surround sound listening experience from stereo

CDs, MP3 CDs, satellite radio and auxiliary audio sources. AM/FM is not supported by the surround function.

Other tone and speaker settings can be adjusted even when the surround function is active, although not the Fader setting. The surround function settings are saved for each individual audio source (CD, MP3 and

AUX).

1 Press the tone control to open the menu for tone settings.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the menu option

Centerpoint

®

to activate the surround function for the selected audio source.

Tone and speaker settings

1 Press the tone control and then

Manual

to open the menu for tone and speaker settings.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the desired tone/speaker setting.

3 Adjust the selected setting by turning the tone control. The selected settings can also be adjusted by pressing the SEEK,

FWD or REV buttons.

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Radio

Press the BAND button to return to radio mode if another audio source is in use.

Selecting a radio station

Tuning

Fine tuning

Turn the tone control one increment or press the REV or FWD button to fine-tune the frequency in increments of 0.05 MHz.

Selecting a frequency band

Press the BAND button to change frequency band. The selected frequency band appears on the display.

Selecting a preset station

Scroll to the desired preset page by pressing the FAV button and then pressing the menu button (1-6) directly underneath the previously preset station.

You can also press the steering wheel conor , select another preset station.

Automatic tuning

Press one of the SEEK buttons to perform automatic tuning. The radio searches for the closest, strong station upwards or downwards in the frequency band and stops at this frequency.

Manual tuning

Turn the tone control or hold the REV or

FWD button depressed to seek a frequency manually. Release the control or button to stop at the desired frequency.

Scanning radio stations

Hold one of the SEEK buttons depressed until a chime is heard to sample 5 seconds of each station available on the current frequency band. The display shows

Scanning...

Press one of the SEEK buttons again to stop scanning and select the radio station currently playing.

Storing presets

You can store up to 36 radio stations as presets by using the 6 menu buttons below the display and the FAV button. Press the FAV button to scroll through up to 6 pages with 6 presets per page. Each page can contain a combination of FM and AM stations.

Storing the current station as a preset

To store the current station as a preset:

1 Press the FAV button until you come to the preset page (1-6) at which the station is to be stored.

2 Hold the menu button underneath the spot (1-36) at which the station is to be stored. A chime will sound once the station is stored.

Preset stations

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Number of pages with preset stations

To display the number of pages (1-6) with preset stations:

1 Hold the FAV button depressed or press the MENU button and then press the menu button directly underneath menu option

FAV 1-6

.

Setup menu

2 Select the number of preset pages to be displayed by pressing the menu button directly underneath the menu option with the desired number of preset pages

(1-6).

Storing stations automatically

AS (AutoStore) is a frequency band that can be used to automatically store stations when you are in an area where you are unfamiliar with the stations and their frequencies.

The function is used for the FM and AM bands based on which frequency band is selected. To initiate automatic storing of the strongest stations:

1 Press the MENU button.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the menu option

AUTO STORE

.

3 Press the menu button directly underneath menu option

Rese

to initiate automatic storing of the 12 strongest stations on the

AUTO STORE

pages. The display shows

Seeking...

4 Once storing is complete, the two FM or

AM pages are added after the pages of previously stored station presets.

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Hide/display AS pages

Press the menu button directly underneath menu option

On

or

Off

in the

AUTO STORE

menu if you wish to show/hide the

AUTO

STORE

pages. When you exit this mode, the radio resumes playing the same station and frequency band that was in use before

AUTO STORE

was activated.

AutoStore

Number of preset pages

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RDS (Radio Data System)

The Radio Data System (RDS) transmits information in parallel with radio programmes broadcast over the FM network in

Europe. The signal from such FM stations enables the automatic selection of the transmitter providing the strongest signal, thereby achieving the best possible reception.

Automatic traffic information and programme type monitoring are examples of functions enabled by RDS.

Good reception is necessary for the RDS to work well.

Alternative Frequency (AF)

The Alternative Frequency (AF) function means that the radio will automatically seek the strongest station to maintain good reception.

• To activate AF, mark

AF

by pressing the menu button directly underneath.

• To deactivate AF, deselect

AF

by pressing the menu button directly underneath.

When the function is active,

AF

appears in the display.

USER TIP

We recommend that AF is always activated in order to maintain as good reception as possible.

RDS menu

Regional frequencies (REG)

To prevent the radio switching between various regional radio stations

REG

, which is normally inactive, can be turned on. This limits the available frequencies to those within the same regional broadcast as the current station.

• To activate REG, mark

REG

by pressing the menu button directly underneath.

• To deactivate REG, deselect

REG

by pressing the menu button directly underneath.

When the function is active,

REG

appears in the display.

Weak signal

If signal strength is weak (when the radio does not have access to alternative frequencies), the display might show:

PI Seek

(Seeking PI)

.

This message indicates that the radio is searching for the best possible transmitter of the current station. (PI = Programme

Identification)

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Rolling advertisements

Some radio stations present rolling advertisements in the display.

• To block rolling advertisements, mark

PS-Freeze

by pressing the menu button directly underneath.

• To allow rolling advertisements, deselect

PS-Freeze

by pressing the menu button directly underneath.

Press the menu button directly underneath the arrow symbol in the menu or wait until the system automatically returns to the previous menu.

Radio text

Press the

i

button to show text messages sent by certain radio stations in the display.

If there are no text messages,

No Info

appears in the display.

Seeking and monitoring programme type (PTY)

The PTY function (Programme Type) requires that the programmes on the FM wavelength are coded with programme type

(e.g. news). When the function is active, the radio will monitor the airwaves in the background to search for the selected programme type, even if you are listening to another audio source (e.g. CD).

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Deactivating PTY monitoring

To deactivate monitoring for programme type, press the PTY button and mark

Off

by pressing the menu button directly underneath.

Activating/changing programme type

1 Press the PTY button to open the PTY menu.

2 Repeatedly press the PTY button to scroll the list of programme types.

3 Press the menu button directly underneath the desired programme type. The display shows the PTY selection and the radio seeks that programme type.

Regardless of the search results, the radio will continue monitoring the airwaves for the selected programme type.

PTY list

Broadcast of programme type (PTY interrupt)

If you have selected monitoring for the programme type Sport and a sports programme starts, the current audio source will be interrupted by this sports broadcast.

The display shows

PTY

and the station broadcasting the sports programme.

Volume is increased to a preset level (see

"Volume for traffic/alarm announcements and selected programme type broadcasts" on page 25). After the sports programme, the audio system automatically resumes playing the previous audio source at the previous volume.

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Cancelling a programme type broadcast

To cancel a programme type broadcast, press the PTY button or the arrow buttons

or . The audio system resumes playing the previous audio source at the previous volume.

Press BAND or CD AUX for direct selection of audio source.

Listening to the selected programme type only

If you do not wish to listen to the audio system but still wish to hear a certain programme type:

1 Switch on the audio system.

2 Activate the PTY function.

3 Turn the volume right down.

Current programme types

News

Current Affairs

Information

Sport

Education

Drama

Culture

Science

Varied Speech

Pop Music

Rock Music

Easy Listening

Light Classics

Serious Classics

News

Current affairs

Information

Sport

Education

Drama

Culture

Science

Entertainment

Pop music

Rock music

Easy listening

Light classical

Classical music

Other Music

Weather & Metr.

Finance

Children's Progs

Social Affairs

Religion

Phone In

Travel & Touring

Leisure & Hobby

Jazz Music

Country Music

National Music

Oldies Music

Folk Music

Documentary

Other music

Weather

Finance

Children’s progs

Social affairs

Religion

Phone-in

Travel & Touring

Leisure & Hobby

Jazz music

Country music

National music

Golden oldies

Folk music

Documentary

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Programme type ALARM!

The ALM programme type is always activated. It is used by public authorities and emergency services to broadcast information regarding major incidents and disasters. PTY ALM broadcasts are given highest priority and these will therefore interrupt other radio broadcasts or CD playback.

The display shows

ALM

and the station transmitting the alarm announcement.

Volume is increased to a preset level (see

"Volume for traffic/alarm announcements and selected programme type broadcasts" on page 25). After the alarm announcement, the audio system automatically resumes playing the previous audio source at the previous volume.

If the telephone is in use, the telephone will be muted and the ALM announcement will be played through the phone. If a mobile phone is in use, the phone will be muted, but the call will not be disconnected. To resume the call, cancel the alarm announcement by pressing the TP button.

Cancelling an alarm announcement

To cancel an alarm announcement, press the TP button or the arrow buttons or .

The audio system resumes playing the previous audio source at the previous volume.

Traffic programme (TP/TA)

If TP (Traffic Programme) is activated, the radio automatically monitors the airwaves and plays traffic announcements (TA), even from radio stations other than the current station. Any traffic announcements are given priority and will interrupt radio or CD playback.

Switching TP on and off

The TP button is used to activate or deactivate the TP function. When TP is activated,

TP

appears at the bottom right of the display.

The radio station you are listening to when you press TP may not be able to transmit traffic announcements, in which case the following will appear on the display:

No TP

Push TP to Seek TP Station

This message is displayed for 5 seconds.

If you should wish to hear traffic announcements, press TP while the message shown above is displayed. The radio will then search for a station that transmits traffic announcements. The following will be shown on the display while this search is in progress:

Seeking TP Station...

If you do not press the TP button, the radio will stay tuned to the original station.

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Broadcast of traffic announcements (TA)

When a traffic announcement is transmitted, the current audio source is interrupted and the display briefly shows

TA

and the station transmitting the traffic announcement.

The volume is turned up to a preset level if set (see "Volume for traffic/alarm announcements and selected programme type broadcasts" on page 25).

At the end of the traffic announcement, the audio system will resume playing the previous audio source at the previous volume.

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Cancelling a traffic announcement

To cancel a programme type broadcast, press the TP button or the arrow buttons or . The audio system resumes playing the previous audio source at the previous volume.

Press BAND or CD AUX for direct selection of audio source.

To hear traffic announcements only

To hear traffic announcements only and mute the audio system:

1 Switch on the audio system.

2 Activate TP.

3 Turn the volume right down.

Interrupt priorities

The priority given to functions that can interrupt the current radio broadcast or CD playback is as follows:

1 Programme type ALM (highest priority).

2 Traffic announcement.

3 Other programme types.

For instance, a PTY broadcast (e.g. News) will interrupt the current radio broadcast or

CD playback, a traffic announcement will interrupt a PTY broadcast, and so on. At the end of the current broadcast, the system will return to the preceding function.

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CD player

NOTICE

Do not use CDs with labels or stickers.

These labels could detach and cause the audio system to malfunction.

Activate the CD player by inserting a disc in the slot or by pressing the CD AUX button if a CD is already loaded.

CD player menu

Loading CDs

Insert the disc in the slot with the text side up until the mechanism loads the disc. The first track is played. If the disc is wrong-sideup, it will be ejected automatically.

Once all the tracks have been played, the

CD player will restart from the beginning again.

The CD player is turned off by pressing

ON/OFF to turn off the audio system or by selecting another audio source.

Removing CDs

Press the EJECT button to eject the CD. If you press EJECT without removing the ejected disc, the player will reload the disc after 10 seconds for reasons of safety.

Selecting and changing tracks

Turn the tone control or press the SEEK buttons to select or change to the preceding or next track. The track number appears in the display.

If the current track has played for at least

10 seconds, you can start the track from the beginning by pressing SEEK (arrow left).

If you press SEEK (arrow right) while the last track of the disc is playing, the first track will play.

If you press SEEK (arrow left) while the first track of the disc is playing, the last track will play.

The same function applies for the steering wheel controls, or .

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Rapid playing of tracks

To rapid play the current track, hold REV or

FWD depressed. Release the button to stop rapid play and return to normal playback.

Random playback

You can allow the CD player to choose tracks randomly, i.e. not to play the tracks in numerical order.

• To play tracks randomly, press the menu button directly underneath menu option

RDM

.

• To resume playing tracks in numerical order, press the menu button directly below menu option

RDM

again

.

Random playback

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CD changer

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NOTICE

Do not use CD or CD-R discs with labels or stickers. These labels could detach and cause the audio system to malfunction.

Loading several CDs

The CD changer can be loaded with up to 6 discs. To load several discs in the CD changer:

1 Hold the LOAD button depressed for

2 seconds. A chime is heard and

Please Wait…

appears on the display.

2 Follow the instructions on the display to load the discs.

3 If you do not wish to load more CDs, press LOAD to cancel.

Activate the CD changer by inserting one or more CD/MP3 discs in the slot or by pressing the CD AUX button if one or more discs is already loaded.

Loading CDs

Loading a CD

1 Press the LOAD button. The following appears on the display:

Please Wait…

2 Wait until the loading mechanism is ready for the disc. The following appears on the display:

Insert CD

3 Insert the disc in the slot with the text side up until the mechanism loads the disc. The following appears on the display:

Loading

If the disc is wrong-side-up, it will be ejected automatically.

CD changer menu

The CD changer is turned off by pressing

ON/OFF to turn off the audio system or by selecting another audio source.

Removing CDs

Removing a CD

1 Press EJECT to eject the disc. A chime sounds and the following appears on the display:

Ejecting

2 Remove the ejected disc when the following appears on the display:

Remove

CD

If you press EJECT without removing the ejected disc, the player will reload the disc after 10 seconds for reasons of safety.

Removing several CDs

Hold the EJECT button depressed for

2 seconds to eject all the discs from the

CD changer. A chime is heard and the display shows:

Ejecting All

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Selecting and changing tracks

Turn the tone control or press the SEEK buttons to select or change to the preceding or next track. The track number appears in the display.

If the current track has played for at least

10 seconds, you can start the track from the beginning by pressing SEEK (arrow left).

If you press SEEK (arrow right) while the last track of the disc is playing, the first track will play.

If you press SEEK (arrow left) while the first track of the disc is playing, the last track will play.

The same function applies for the steering wheel controls, and .

Selecting/changing CD

Press the menu buttons below menu option

CD

in the display to change CDs.

For selecting/changing MP3 folder, see page 20.

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Random playback

You can allow the CD changer to choose tracks randomly from one or all CDs, i.e. not to play the tracks in numerical order.

• To play tracks randomly, press the menu button directly underneath menu option

RDM

.

• To resume playing tracks in numerical order, press the menu button directly below menu option

RDM

again

.

Selecting/changing CD

Rapid playing of tracks

To rapid play the current track, hold REV or

FWD depressed. Release the button to stop rapid play and return to normal playback.

Random playback from all CDs

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MP3/WMA player

NOTICE

Do not use CD-R discs with labels or stickers. These labels could detach and cause the audio system to malfunction.

The audio system can play MP3/WMA files recorded on a CD-R disc with the following bit speed: 32 - 320 kbps. Sound quality may vary depending on the quality of the CD-R disc, recording method and quality of the recorded music.

The audio system can read and play a maximum of 50 folders, 50 playlists, 10 sessions and 255 MP3/WMA files. Discs containing several folders, playlists, sessions and files can be played up to the max. limit. Anything over the max. limit will be ignored.

Activating the MP3/WMA player

Activate the MP3/WMA player by inserting a CD-R disc with MP3/WMA files into the slot or by pressing the CD AUX button if a disc with MP3/WMA files is already loaded.

The first file in the first playlist on the disc is played and the following appears on the display:

MP3/WMA player

Loading MP3/WMA discs

To load an MP3/WMA disc, insert the disc in the slot with the text side up until the mechanism loads the disc. The first MP3/WMA file in the first playlist of the disc will then be played.

If the disc is wrong-side-up, it will be ejected automatically.

For loading one or more MP3/WMA discs in the CD changer, see page 18.

Removing MP3/WMA discs

Press the EJECT button to eject the disc.

If you press EJECT without removing the ejected disc, the player will reload the disc after 10 seconds for reasons of safety.

To remove one or more MP3/WMA discs from the CD changer, see page 18.

Selecting/changing MP3 folder

• Press the left menu button below the

Folder symbol to play the first MP3/WMA file in the preceding folder on the disc.

• Press the right menu button below the

Folder symbol to play the first MP3/WMA file of the next folder on the disc.

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Selecting/changing

MP3/WMA file

Turn the tone control or press the SEEK buttons to select or change to the preceding or next MP3/WMA file in the current folder or playlist. The MP3/WMA file number appears in the display.

If the current MP3/WMA file has played for at least 10 seconds, you can start the

MP3/WMA file from the beginning by pressing SEEK (arrow left).

If you press SEEK (arrow right) while the last MP3/WMA file in a folder or playlist is playing, the first MP3/WMA file of the folder or playlist will play.

If you press SEEK (arrow left) while the first

MP3/WMA file in a folder or playlist is playing, the last MP3/WMA file of the folder or playlist will play.

The same function applies for the steering wheel controls, and .

Rapid playing an

MP3/WMA file

To rapid play the current MP3/WMA file, hold REV or FWD depressed. Release the button to stop rapid play and return to normal playback.

Random playback of

MP3/WMA files

You can allow the MP3/WMA player to randomly select MP3/WMA files, i.e. not to play the files in numerical order.

• For random playback of MP3/WMA files, press the menu button directly underneath menu option

RDM

.

• To resume playing MP3/WMA files in numerical order, press the menu button directly underneath menu option

RDM

again

.

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Playback order

Files on a CD-R disc will be played in the following order:

• The first MP3/WMA file in the first playlist will be played, followed by all files in each playlist. When the last MP3/WMA file in the last playlist has been played, playback starts from the beginning with the first

MP3/WMA file in the first playlist.

• The first MP3/WMA file in the first folder will be played, followed by all files in each folder. When the last MP3/WMA file in the last folder has been played, playback starts again from the beginning with the first MP3/WMA file in the first folder.

Random playback of MP3/WMA files

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Sorting music

To play MP3/WMA files sorted by artist or album, press the menu button directly underneath the magnifying glass in the display.

The CD player searches through the disc and sorts files by artist and album. This could take several minutes depending on the number of MP3/WMA files on the disc.

Once the sort is complete, select sort order by pressing the menu button directly underneath

Sort

in the display.

• To sort and play MP3/WMA files by artist, press the menu button directly underneath

Artist

in the display.

• To sort and play MP3/WMA files by album, press the menu button directly under-neath

Album

in the display.

Song title, artist name, etc.

If a disc has been recorded with ID3 data

(version 1 & 2), the song title, artist name, album title and MP3/WMA folder name can be shown in the display.

1 Press the i button.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the desired menu option. The song title, artist name, album title or

MP3/WMA folder name appears in the display.

3 Press the menu button directly underneath the arrow symbol in the menu to return to the previous menu.

File names with more than 32 characters or four pages will be abbreviated.

MP3/WMA

For discs containing both CD tracks and

MP3/WMA (Windows Media Audio) files the player will play the CD tracks first.

To play the MP3/WMA files on the disc:

1 Press the PTY button.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath

MP3/WMA

.

To return to playing the CD tracks:

1 Press the PTY button.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath

CD-DA

.

Information menu

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Portable player

WARNING

Place the portable player where it cannot be thrown around and cause personal injury in the event of a collision.

AUX input

3

The AUX input is located at the bottom right of the audio system. It can be used to connect a portable unit, such as an MP3 player, to the audio system.

Adjust the audio settings using the control panel or the steering wheel controls. To change tracks, fast forward, etc., use the controls on the portable player.

AUX input at the bottom right of the audio system

Connecting and activating a portable player

1 Connect the unit to the audio system via the AUX input.

2 Press the CD AUX button to activate the portable player.

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General functions

WARNING

Adjustments should be made when the car is stationary so that attention to traffic is not reduced, increasing the likelihood of an accident.

Setting time and date

Cars with CD changer

1 Press the MENU button.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the clock symbol in the display.

3 Press the menu button directly underneath the menu option you wish to change.

4 Press the menu button again to increase time or date one increment at a time.

You can also adjust time and date by pressing the SEEK, FWD or REV buttons.

Cars without CD changer

1 Press the Clock button.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the menu option you wish to change.

3 Press the menu button again to increase time or date one increment at a time.

You can also adjust time and date by pressing the SEEK, FWD or REV buttons.

Setting time and date

Time and date display

1 In the clock menu, press the menu button directly underneath the arrow symbol in the display.

2 Specify whether time should be displayed with the 12-hour or 24-hour system and in which order date is to be indicated by pressing the menu button directly underneath the desired menu option.

Time and date display

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RDS time

To obtain RDS time (Clock Time, CT), the reception must be good and the currently tuned station must be transmitting RDS time signals.

1 In the clock menu, press the menu button directly underneath the arrow symbol in the display.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath menu option RDS time.

3 Adjusting the clock now takes place automatically and the display shows:

Adjusting to RDS Time...

In the event of poor RDS reception or if there is no time information the display shows:

No RDS Time Available

Volume for traffic/alarm announcements and selected programme type broadcasts

Set the minimum volume for traffic/alarm announcements and selected programme type broadcasts by turning the ON/OFF knob to the desired volume during an announcement. The set volume is saved until the next time an announcement is broadcast.

If the radio volume is lower than the saved volume when the radio/CD is interrupted for a traffic/alarm announcement or selected programme type broadcast, the volume will be increased. If the volume is higher, there is no change.

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Speed dependent volume compensation

As vehicle speed increases, ambient noise also increases. If you do not wish to continually adjust the volume, the audio system can automatically adjust volume based on an increase or decrease in vehicle speed.

Select one of four settings:

Off

(no compensation)

Low

(low compensation)

Med

(medium compensation)

High

(maximum compensation)

1 Press the MENU button.

2 Press the menu button directly underneath the menu option

AUTO VOLUME

.

3 Press the menu button directly underneath the desired speed compensation.

RDS time

Speed dependent volume compensation

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Audio system

The audio system is available in different versions: Sound System and Bose

®

Centerpoint

®

Surround Sound System.

Loudness is controlled automatically by the audio system, boosting the highest and lowest frequency ranges to compensate the sound image when the volume is set to a low level. Sound reproduction is therefore excellent whatever the volume.

Security lock

The audio system is equipped with an electronic security lock. The special code is unique to the car in which the audio system is installed.

Each time the audio system is switched on, a check is made to ensure that the code is correct.

If not, the following will appear on the display:

Locked

If the audio system is to be transferred to another car (Cadillac BLS), a Cadillac dealer must be contacted to provide the right code for the audio system.

Error codes

NOTICE

Proceed with care if rectifying a fault. If in doubt, contact a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised

Cadillac workshop.

The audio system has a built-in diagnostics function. If a fault is detected, an error code is generated to help workshop technicians to diagnose the fault. Below is an error code that you might be able to rectify yourself.

Error code

Check CD

Possible cause

• CD is dirty, scratched, loaded wrong-side-up or defective.

• The CD may be improperly burned.

WARNING

The CD player/CD changer is classified as Class 1 laser equipment.

• Service and repair work must only be carried out by authorised technicians.

• If the casing is damaged, hazardous laser radiation can occur.

NOTICE

All work on the Audio system must be carried out by a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised

Cadillac workshop.

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Cadillac BLS Navigation System

Navigation ___________ 31

Navigation Audio System 57

Voice recognition _____ 75

3

Asterisk means: equipment not fitted in all cars

(can depend on model variant, engine variant, market specification, options or accessories).

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Cadillac BLS

Navigation System

Cadillac BLS Navigation System consists of a main unit with navigation, radio and CD player for CD and MP3/WMA discs. The audio system is available with different amplifier and speaker options, see page 73.

The audio/navigation system is operated using the steering wheel controls and via the control panel buttons.

WARNING

Safety first!

Cut off power immediately and contact your Cadillac dealer if the system begins to emit smoke or smells strange.

All work on the Audio system must be carried out by a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised Cadillac workshop.

Audio/navigation system activation/deactivation.

Volume adjust.

Tone control used to adjust the tone and speaker setting, change track/file on CDs or

MP3 discs and manual frequency setting.

Return to the navigation map with the car’s current position.

Change the map’s display mode (whole map, TMC or map combined with the current audio source).

State a destination.

Repeat the last voice instruction.

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Scroll among preset pages.

Activation of the menu for AM,

FM, CD or portable player.

Setup menu for audio, radio, navigation, display or clock.

Eject CD or MP3 discs.

Press and hold the eject button to open the display and access the slot for the DVD map.

Auto tuning up and change track/file forward in order of play on CD or MP3 disc.

Auto tuning down and change track/file going back in order of play on CD or MP3 disc.

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Steering wheel controls

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Activate the voice control system.

Cancel voice control session.

Change radio station preset, change track on CD or MP3 disc.

Volume adjust.

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Navigation

Safety rules __________ 32

Introduction __________ 33

DVDs _______________ 35

Quick guide __________ 38

Following on the map __ 39

State a destination ____ 40

Alternative to a route __ 46

Save a destination in the address book________ 49

Save or change a preset 49

Navigation settings____ 50

Other settings ________ 54

FAQ ________________ 56

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Safety rules

Follow the safety rules for safe use of the navigation system.

WARNING

• Carefully read the User Manual before you start to use the navigation system and follow the instructions in the User

Manual.

• Cadillac is not responsible for problems or accidents caused by noncompliance with the User Manual instructions.

WARNING

• The use of the navigation system

does not free the driver from responsibility. It is more important to follow traffic regulations than the suggested route!

• Traffic regulations and the current traffic situation always take precedence over the directions provided by the navigation system. The driver must observe the highway code applicable to that place.

• Check that the volume of the system is not so high that it drowns out external sound. If you cannot hear external sounds then your reaction time in certain traffic situations will deteriorate, which could cause an accident.

WARNING

• Do not poke into the disc tray with fingers and foreign objects as this can cause both personal injury and damage to the unit.

• Switch off the power immediately and contact a workshop if the unit starts to emit smoke or unusual smells. We recommend that you contact an authorised Cadillac workshop.

• Never try to dismantle or change the navigation equipment as this can cause both personal injury and damage to the unit.

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Introduction

Getting started

Carefully read the User Manual before you start to use the navigation system and follow the instructions in the User Manual.

Remember, if you are distracted while driving you can cause an accident and you and others may be injured or killed. Before using this system, read the manual and learn how it works. Always concentrate first and foremost on driving by keeping your eyes on the road and hands on the steering wheel. Read the manual for more information.

Warning box

Every fiftieth time the car is started and the navigation system is activated a warning box will be displayed.

1 When the warning box is displayed, select

OK

to load information from the map-DVD.

2 If

OK

is not selected, all the display buttons will be available except NAV (Navigation) and DEST (Destination). Press

NAV to display the warning box.

3 Read through the warning text in the warning box and select

OK

to load the information from the map-DVD.

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How the navigation system works

The integrated navigation system uses the

Global Positioning System (GPS). GPS uses signals from satellites that orbit the earth.

The car’s electronics incorporate direction and speed sensors that, along with GPS and the digital maps, are used to calculate the position of the vehicle.

Reception of GPS signals can be disrupted and is sometimes not possible at all:

– between high-rise buildings and in parking garages.

– when travelling through tunnels, along tree-lined alleys or between high-sided vehicles,

– during thunderstorms or very heavy precipitation,

– if the GPS antenna is blocked by a roof load,

– if the satellites are switched off for maintenance or repairs.

NOTICE

Using the navigation system at extremely high or low temperatures can damage the unit.

The unit can also be damaged by powerful vibrations.

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The digital road maps

In order to plan a route, the navigation system not only needs to know the position of the car but also requires a digital road map of the destination and relevant roads.

The digital map for Europe is stored on two

DVD discs.

Due to local conditions and/or incomplete data, route calculation errors may arise. The calculated route may differ from actual conditions since the data on the DVD discs dates from when the digital road maps were created.

Map database information

Coverage area of the discs

Select

Map Database Information

to see the coverage area of the loaded DVD disc.

USER TIP

We recommend that you always use the current editions of the digital maps for navigation.

We recommend that you contact a

Cadillac dealer for updated road maps.

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DVDs

WARNING

The DVD player is classified as a Class 1

Laser Product.

• Service and repair work must only be carried out by authorised technicians.

• If the casing is damaged, hazardous laser radiation can occur.

Loading a Nav DVD disc

To load a Nav DVD:

1 Press the ON/OFF control to activate the navigation system.

2 If the warning box is displayed select

OK

to confirm that you have read and accept the warning text.

3 Press NAV and select

Insert Nav DVD

to fold out the screen and access the slot for the Nav DVD disc.

4 Insert the Nav DVD disc in the slot with the text side up until the mechanism loads the disc. Audio signals indicate that the screen can once again be folded in.

5 Fold in the screen by carefully pressing the two top outer corners until the screen is vertical. Now move the screen by pressing the four outer corners against the panel until you hear a clicking sound.

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NOTICE

The screen can be damaged by folding it in by directly pressing on the Navigation screen.

NOTICE

At ambient temperatures below 0 o

C you may need to wait for 10 minutes with the

Navigation system activated before the display can be folded out and you can change the Nav DVD disc.

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Changing a Nav DVD disc

Removing or changing the Nav DVD disc.

1 MENU

Î

Nav

Î

Map Database

Information

Î

Nav DVD

or press and hold the CD player’s eject button to the right of the slot for 10 seconds.

3 Eject the Nav DVD disc using the eject button below the slot. Remove the ejected disc.

Two audio signals indicate that screen can be folded in again.

4 Fold in the screen by carefully pressing the two top outer corners until the screen is vertical. Now move the screen by pressing the four outer corners against the panel until you hear a clicking sound.

USER TIP

We recommend that you contact a

Cadillac dealer for updated maps/new

DVDs.

NOTICE

Only the accompanying DVD map or

DVD maps from your Cadillac dealer can be used.

2 The screen is folded out automatically and the slot for the Nav disc is made accessible.

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Caring for DVDs

Do not store DVDs in direct sunlight or heat.

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Do not touch the playing surface. Hold the disc by its outer edge or by holding one finger on the outer edge and inserting one finger into the hole.

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• Do not write or apply labels onto the playing surface.

• Carefully wipe away dust and dirt from the playing surface (side without label) using a clean, soft, dry cloth. Wipe in straight lines from the centre of the disc to the outside.

Do not use chemical cleaning products.

• Do not use a cracked or deformed disc.

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Quick guide

The quick guide covers the most common ways to operate the navigation system.

System Overview

Touch screen - Select the buttons on the screen to confirm a selection, start a function or display a sub menu. An audio signal will be heard when a button on the screen has been selected. The screen buttons are marked when they are available.

NAV - Return to the navigation map with the car’s current position. Each press of the Nav button browses through the tabs

Full Map

,

TMC

and the tabs that show the active audio source (

AM, FM, CD

, etc.).

WARNING

Traffic regulations and the current traffic situation always take precedence over the directions provided by the navigation system. Think about the risk of an acci-

dent!

New route

In order to specify an address the correct country must be selected. To change or check country select:

1 DEST

2 Press on the screen button that displays the country code.

3 Scroll through the list with the help of the arrow keys and select the country.

4 To confirm, select

OK

.

Entering an address

Enter an address by searching for it in the address register.

1 DEST

Î

Address Entry

2 Check that the right country has been selected.

3 Select

Town

and enter the name of the required town or select

Last 5 Towns

and select one of five most recently stated towns.

4 Enter the street name in the corresponding text field by pressing the letters.

5 Select

House No.

and enter the house number. The system displays the house numbers that are available for the stated street.

6 Select

Map

. The stated destination is shown on the map.

7 Select

Go

and select route criteria

(

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

Select a point of interest

Select a destination from the points of interest.

1 DEST

Î

POI - Point of Interest

2 Check that the right country has been selected.

3 Select

POI Name

and enter a POI name.

4 Select

Go

from the list to the right of the required POI name. The stated destination is displayed on the map.

5 Select the route criteria (

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

6 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

Preferred route

Set the criteria for how a route is to be calculated.

1 Press MENU until the tab Nav is selected or select

Nav

.

2 Select

Route Preference

.

3 Select, e.g.

Avoid major roads

to avoid major roads when the route is calculated.

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The Map

Following on the map

To follow the car’s current position on the map without having started guidance on a route, proceed as follows:

Press NAV to display the map.

Change map scale

Cadillac BLS Navigation System

You change the scale of the digital map by using

+

/

-

on the map scale.

• Select

+

to zoom in and display a more detailed map.

• Select

-

to zoom out and display a larger area on the map.

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Map orientation

You can change the map orientation by choosing to show the map with the car’s direction of travel upward, the map with the

North upward or three-dimensional (3D) map view. Select: for the car’s upward direction of travel. Press again to see a 3D map view.

to display the map with north upwards.

Map view

Enlarged map

Map with car’s direction of travel upwards.

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State a destination

Press DEST to activate the destination menu. Here you can select from five different options to state a final destination or stop.

1 Press DEST.

2 Select one of the following options to state a destination:

Address Entry

- Specify an address by searching for it in an address index, see page 40.

POI - Point of Interest

- Select a destination from points of interest, see page 42.

Address Book

- Select an address that has been saved in the address book, see page 43.

Previous Destination

- Select one of the

20 most recent final destinations, see page 44.

From Map

- Select a destination using the map, see page 44.

State a destination

Entering an address

Enter an address by searching for it in the address index.

Change the country

Select or check the country.

1 DEST

2 Press on the screen button that displays the country code.

3 Scroll through the list with the help of the arrow keys and select the country.

4 To confirm, select

OK

.

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City

Select a destination by first stating a town.

1 DEST

Î

Address Entry

Entering an address

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2 Check that the right country has been selected.

3 Select

Town

and enter the name of the required town or select

Last 5 Towns

and select one of five most recently stated towns.

4 Enter the street name in the corresponding text field by pressing the letters.

5 Select

House No.

and enter the house number. The system displays the house numbers that are available for the stated street.

6 Select

Map

. The stated destination is shown on the map.

7 Select

Go

and select route criteria

(

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

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Route criteria

8 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

USER TIP

Available letter options shown in the alphabet are controlled by the availability of addresses on the Nav DVD disc.

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Street name

Select a destination by first stating a street name.

1 DEST

Î

Address Entry

2 Check that the right country has been selected.

3 Select

Street

and enter the name of the required street or select

Last 5 Streets

and select one of five most recently stated street names.

4 Select

House No.

and enter the house number. The system displays the house numbers that are available for the stated street.

5 When a house number is selected, the street name will automatically be displayed. If there is more than one town to choose from, a list of selectable towns will be displayed. Select the town.

6 Select

Map

. The stated destination is shown on the map.

7 Select

Go

and select route criteria

(

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

8 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

Intersection

State a destination by searching for a street intersection.

1 DEST

Î

Address Entry

2 Check that the right country has been selected.

3 Select

Street

and enter the name of the required street or select

Last 5 Streets

and select one of five most recently stated street names.

4 When street is selected, select

Junction

and start to enter the name of the intersecting street. Select the required street from the list.

5 Select

Map

. The stated destination is shown on the map.

6 Select

Go

and select route criteria

(

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

7 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

Point of interest (POI)

Select a destination from the points of interest.

POI name

State a destination by selecting a POI name.

1 DEST

Î

POI - Point of Interest

2 Check that the right country has been selected.

3 Select

POI Name

and enter a POI name.

4 Select

Go

from the list to the right of the required POI name. The stated destination is displayed on the map.

5 Select the route criteria (

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

6 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

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Point of interest category

Select a destination from the POI category.

1 DEST

Î

POI - Point of Interest

2 Select

Browse POI Categories

to show the list of POI categories.

3 To state other towns to search from, select

Browse POI Categories Î

Change

Location

. Select the required town. A list of POI categories close to the stated town will be displayed.

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4 Select a category and then select a sub category. The system shows available

POI names in the selected sub category.

Select the required POI name.

5 Select

Browse POI Categories

followed by

List All Categories

to display a list of all POI categories.

6 Select a category from the list to see a list of all places in a special area where the selected category is available.

Select a place.

7 Select

Go

to the right of the required POI name. The stated destination is displayed on the map.

8 Select the route criteria (

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

9 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

Address book

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State a destination by selecting an address that has been saved in the address book.

1 DEST

Î

Address Book

A list with the address book’s addresses is displayed.

Address book

2 From the list, select the required address. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list.

3 Select

Go

to the right of the required address. The stated destination is displayed on the map.

4 Select the route criteria (

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

5 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

To add an address to the address book, see page 49.

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Most recent destination

State a destination by selecting one of the

20 most recent final destinations.

1 DEST

Î

Previous Destination

A list with the most recent destinations is displayed.

Via the map

Select a destination with the help of the map.

1 DEST

Î

From Map

A map view with a scroll symbol is displayed on the screen.

Map coordinates

State a destination by stating the location’s longitudinal and latitude.

1 DEST

Î From Map Î

Map Coordinates

Most recent destination

2 From the list, select the required most recent destination. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list.

3 Select

Go

to the right of the required most recent destination. The stated destination is displayed on the map.

4 Select the route criteria (

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

5 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

2 Use

+

/

-

to zoom in/out on the map.

Place your finger on the screen and move your finger across the map until

you have reached the selected destination. The map shows the address information.

3 Select

Go

and select route criteria

(

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

4 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

2 Select

Latitude

and select either

N

(North) or

S

(South) to state the direction for the latitude coordinates. State the latitude.

3 Select

Longtitude

and select either

E

(East) or

W

(West) to state the direction of the longitude coordinates. State the longitudinal.

4 When both coordinates have been stated, select

Go

.

5 Select

Go

and select route criteria

(

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

6 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

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Preset stations

Select one of your saved presets as a destination. To save a route as a preset, see page 49.

1 Press DEST.

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2 Select the required preset button. The preset buttons show the name that was chosen when the preset was saved. The stated destination is shown on the map.

3 Select the route criteria (

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

4 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

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Guidance

By changing the view mode on the map during an active guidance you can adapt the guidance on the screen to make it as clear as possible.

Select on the screen to switch between whole map and divided view.

If you have chosen divided view and are travelling on a motorway, information about approaching exits automatically appears to the right of the map.

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Alternative to a route

During an active guidance you can change, stop or check the route.

1 Press DEST to access the Route menu.

Detour

- Calculate an alternative route, see page 47.

Voice Volume

- Set the volume for the voice instruction, see page 47.

Add Waypoint

- Add up to three stops on the existing route, see page 47.

Suspend Guidance

- Pause the guidance in progress.

Resume Guidance

- Resume a temporary stopped guidance.

Cancel Guidance

- Cancel a guidance in progress.

Itinerary

Show the itinerary for the calculated group.

To avoid a side road, select:

1 DEST

Î

Turn List

2 Select between the following menu options:

Turn List

- Show the itinerary for the calculated route, see page 46.

Route Preview

- Preview the calculated route on screen, see page 47.

2 Scroll through the itinerary list with the help of the arrow keys.

3 Select

Avoid

to the right of the side road you wish to avoid. The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

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Show route

Preview the calculated route on screen.

1 DEST

Î

Turn List

Î

Route Preview

Go to the starting point of the route or to the previous stop.

Fast rewind to the starting point or to the previous stop.

Stop the preview.

Fast wind to the next stop or to the final destination.

Go to the next stop or to the final destination.

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Detour

Select

Detour

to calculate an alternative route with a detour of either a stated distance from the car’s current position or from the whole route. State the distance of the detour:

1 km

or

3 km

or

5 km

or

• Whole Route

Adding stops

47

Add up to three stops on an existing route between the starting point and the final destination. The stops on a route can be changed or removed.

USER TIP

If you drive off the route then a detour cannot be calculated.

Voice volume

Select

Voice Volume

to adjust or activate/deactivate the volume of the voice instruction.

For more information, see page 50.

To add a stop:

1 Press DEST.

2 Select

Add

or

Add Waypoint

(this button is only active if the route has been calculated).

3 Use the required option to state a stop, see page 44.

4 Select the route criteria (

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

5 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

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Add more stops

1 Press DEST.

2 Select

Add

from the list where you wish to add a stop.

3 Select the route criteria (

Fastest

,

Shortest

or

Other

). The route is calculated and displayed on the map.

4 Select

Start Guidance

to start guidance.

Remove a stop from the route

1 Press DEST.

2 Select

Delete

to delete a stop.

3 Select

OK

to confirm or

Cancel

to cancel.

Guidance pause

Select

Suspend Guidance

to make a pause in a guidance in progress.

Resume guidance

Select

Resume Guidance

to resume a temporarily stopped guidance.

Cancel guidance

Select

Cancel Guidance

to cancel a guidance in progress.

USER TIP

When a stop has been added the distance to the stop is shown on the map.

Press the distance icon on the map to see the distance to the final destination.

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Save a destination in the address book

There are two ways to save a destination in the address book:

• To save the current destination in the address book, select

Mark

on the map.

The current destination is automatically saved in the address book.

• Select

Add to Address Book

when this alternative is available. The destination is automatically saved in the address book.

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Save or change a preset

Here you can save or change a preset.

To select one of your saved presets as a destination, see page 45.

Save the current destination as a preset

1 Select

Mark

on the map to save the current destination in the address book.

The address book menu is displayed.

2 Select

Name

. Enter a suitable name.

3 Press and hold the required preset button. Successful storage is indicated when the name is shown on the preset button.

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Save an address in the address book as a preset

1 Press MENU and then press MENU until

Nav is selected or select the Nav tab directly.

2 Select

Edit/View

.

3 Select the required address to save as a preset.

4 Select

Name

. Enter a suitable name.

5 Press and hold the required preset button. Successful storage is indicated when the name is shown on the preset button.

To change an address in the address book, see page 51.

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Navigation settings

Press MENU until the tab Nav is selected or select

Nav

and one of the following setting options:

Voice prompt

Adjust the level of the voice guidance and voice recognition prompts. Activate/deactivate voice guidance.

Preferred route

Set the criteria for how a route is to be calculated.

Voice Prompt

- Adjust the level of voice guidance and voice recognition prompts.

Route Preference

- Set the criteria for how a route is to be calculated.

Edit Address Book

:

Adding

- Show information about how you add a record to the address book.

Edit/View

- Change/display address book information

Map Database Information

- See the coverage area of the DVD disc, see page. 34.

Traffic Information

- Show traffic announcements and use traffic information to calculate a route, see page 51.

Off-Road mode

- Show the car’s itinerary, if you leave a digitalised road, see page 53

Voice prompt

Volume

- Select

+

(plus) or

-

(minus) to adjust the level of the voice recognition prompts.

Voice Guidance

- Select

On

or

Off

to activate/deactivate voice guidance.

Avoid major roads

Avoid toll roads

Avoid ferries

Avoid motorails

Avoid time and seasonal restricted roads

Preferred route

Check one or more of the following alternatives:

Avoid major roads

to avoid major roads.

Avoid toll roads

to avoid road charges.

Avoid ferries

to avoid ferries.

Avoid motorails

to avoid motorail services.

Avoid time and seasonal restricted roads

to avoid time/season restricted roads.

USER TIP

Even if you have chosen to avoid major roads, ferries and such like, the system may all the same suggest taking such a route if other alternatives are unrealistic.

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Edit the address book

Add

Select

Adding

to display information how to add a record to the address book.

Change the name

1 Select

Edit/View

.

2 Select the required record in the address book.

3 Select

Name

and change the name.

4 Select

OK

to confirm.

Adding/changing a phone number

1 Select

Edit/View

.

2 Select the required record in the address book.

3 Select

Phone No.

and change the telephone number.

4 Select

OK

to confirm.

Change the map icon

1 Select

Edit/View

.

2 Select the required record in the address book.

3 Select

Icon

.

4 Select an icon from the list.

Add voice marker

1 Select

Edit/View

.

2 Select

Add Voice Tag

.

3 The system asks you to read in a voice marker. You have four seconds to read in a voice marker. The system repeats the read voice marker.

Delete a record

1 Select

Edit/View

.

2 Select the required record in the address book.

3 Select

Delete

to delete a record.

4 Select

OK

to delete or

No

to cancel.

Delete all records

1 Select

Edit/View

.

2 A list containing all the address book records is shown. Press and hold

Clear

All

.

3 Select

OK

to delete or

No

to cancel.

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Traffic information

The navigation system receives traffic information via RDS/TMC. This traffic information can be presented on the screen and used during route calculation.

One condition in order for the navigation system to receive traffic information is that there is reception of an RDS/TMC station.

When the active radio station transmits, a

TMC indication on the TMC tab comes on.

USER TIP

The Traffic Message Channel (TMC) is a analogue channel for coded traffic announcements, which are not broadcast on the radio. The codes are translated and text messages regarding the incident displayed.

Cadillac is not responsible for the content of TMC information.

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TMC status icon

A car symbol is shown on the TMC tab, where the colour varies depending on the status of the traffic announcement.

Traffic settings

Without a calculated route

Green car

Yellow car

No traffic incidents within 5 km of the car’s current position.

Traffic incident within 5 km of the car’s current position.

With a calculated route

Green car

Yellow car

No traffic incidents on the calculated route.

One or more traffic incidents on the calculated route.

Red car Traffic incident announcements of a type that the route should be recalculated.

Traffic on the calculated route

Press NAV until the tab TMC is selected or select the TMC tab directly to display information about all the traffic announcements on the calculated route.

Traffic settings

1

Nav

Î

Traffic Information

2 Select between the following menu options:

Traffic Information on Map

- Show TMC icons and arrows on the map.

Voice Notification

- Obtain voice instructions for a traffic incident on the route.

Dynamic Route Guidance

- Let the system take traffic announcements into consideration when calculating a route.

Display Confirmation

- Show a confirmation when a route has been recalculated. This menu option is only available when

Dynamic Route

Guidance

is active.

Preferred Station

- Select

Auto

to automatically retrieve traffic information from an RDS/TMC station or select which RDS/TMC station that traffic information should be taken from (if there is more than one station available).

To sort the list, select from the following menu options:

Dist.

- Distance to the traffic incident.

Icon

- TMC icons.

Name

- Alphabetical order.

Select

On Route

to switch between displaying the list of traffic incidents on the route and to display a list with all traffic incidents.

The menu option

On Route

is only active when there is a traffic announcement on the calculated route.

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Traffic information

Select a traffic announcement from the list or select a TMC icon on the map and then select

Info

to show the traffic information.

Stationary traffic

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TMC icons

The table explains the meaning of the TMC icons that are shown in conjunction with traffic announcements.

Off-road mode

53

If you are currently outside of a digitalised road, i.e. a road that is not included in the map database, the car’s direction of travel will be shown by a dashed line on the map.

The screen shows both map view and compass view.

Queues

Traffic information

Select between the following menu options:

Map

- Show the traffic incident on the map.

Detail

- Show detailed information about the traffic incident

Accident

Road closed

Roadworks

Danger

Road conditions

Weather

Delays

Parking

Information

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Other settings

Press MENU to make settings for Sound,

Radio, Nav (navigation), Display or the clock. Press MENU to browse through the different tabs.

Screen

Press MENU until the tab Display is selected or select the Display tab directly.

Brightness/Contrast/Mode

Select

Brightness/Contrast/Mode

to adjust the screen contrast and brightness.

(Brightness) - Select and hold

+

(plus) or

-

(minus) to increase or decrease the screen brightness.

(Contrast) - Select and hold

+

(plus) or

-

(minus) to increase or decrease the screen contrast.

Audio

Press MENU until the tab Sound is selected or select the Sound tab directly to adjust the tone and speaker settings.

For more information see Audio settings

3 on page 58.

Radio

Press MENU until the tab Radio is selected or select the Radio tab directly to adjust among others the automatic volume control and FM RDS settings.

For more information see Radio menu on page 63.

Set the clock

Press MENU until the tab to set the clock is selected or select the clock symbol tab directly.

Auto

- This screen light settings are adjusted automatically depending on the ambient light conditions.

Night

- The screen has permanent night settings.

Day

- The screen has permanent day settings.

Screen OFF

Select

Display OFF

to switch off the navigation system’s screen.

Hours

- Select and hold

+

(plus) or

-

(minus) to increase or decrease the number of hours.

Minutes

-

- Select and hold

+

(plus) or

(minus) to increase or decrease the number of minutes.

12/24 Format

- Select whether the time is to be shown as 12h or 24h.

RDS time

- Adjust the clock to RDS time.

Normal reception conditions are necessary to obtain RDS time and that the radio station in question transmits signals for RDS time,

(CT-Clock Time).

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Point of interest (POI)

Select

POI

to display or hide POI icons on the map. Select from the following menu options:

Show POI

- Show or hide POI icons on the map.

POI Close to

- Show a list of available POIs in the selected POI category.

Show genre

- Shown more POI categories.

Clear List

- Delete all selected POI categories.

OK

- Display map view.

Show POI

Show or hide POI icons on the map.

1 Select

POI

(Point of Interest).

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Nearby POI

Search for a nearby POI.

1 Select

POI Close to

to show a list of the nearest POIs in the selected POI category.

2 To sort the list, select from the following menu options:

Dist.

- Distance to the POI.

Icon

- POI icons.

Name

- POI name

On Route

- POIs on route

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Show genre

Show more POI categories.

1 Select

POI

(Point of Interest).

2 Select

Show genre

.

3 A list of all POI categories is shown.

4 Select a POI category to be shown or hidden on the map.

5 Select

OK

to display map view with the selected POI category.

POI Information

Select a POI name from the list or select a

POI icon on the map and then select

Info

to show POI information. The following menu options are available:

Add to Address Book

- Add the selected

POI to the address book.

Map

- Display a map view with the selected POI.

Go

- Make the selected POI a stop or a final destination.

2 Select a POI category to be shown or hidden on the map.

3 Select

Show POI

to show/hide POI icons.

Selected POI icons are shown in the top, left-hand corner of the screen. Up to five

POI categories can be selected.

Selected POI icons are shown/hidden on the map.

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FAQ

The map doesn’t show what’s actually

there, why? Due to continuous construc-

tion work, changes to the road network and suchlike, the digital maps are not always complete. For more information, contact your Cadillac dealer.

The position of the car is incorrect

after it having been towed or transpor-

ted, why? If the car has been transpor-

ted, such as on a train or ferry, or if GPS reception has not been possible, it can take up to 30 minutes to calculate the position of the car.

The system doesn’t calculate the

quickest/shortest route, why? Expe-

rience and local knowledge can sometimes produce a better route than that calculated by the system.

The position of the car on the map is

wrong, why? GPS reception can be dis-

rupted. Local conditions and/or incomplete data can cause calculation errors.

The position of the car on the map is

wrong after the battery is reconnected,

why? If the power supply to the GPS

antenna has been cut, it may take up to 30 minutes before the system can receive

GPS signals and calculate the correct position of the car.

The position of the car on the map is

wrong after the tyres have been chan-

ged, why? The system automatically

recalibrates after a tyre change. The time required for this varies depending on the type of road and speed of the car.

Do I need to start the car to use the

navigation system? No, you only need

to insert the key.

The traffic information is incorrect,

why? Cadillac is not responsible for the

content of TMC information.

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Navigation Audio System

Switching the audio system On/Off _______ 58

Radio _______________ 61

CD player ____________ 66

MP3/WMA player ______ 68

Error codes __________ 71

Security lock _________ 71

Portable player _______ 72

Audio system ________ 73

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Navigation Audio

System

To get the best out of your Navigation Audio

System, we recommend that you read through this entire section.

The Navigation Audio System consists of a main unit with radio, CD player for CD and

MP3/WMA discs. The Audio System is available with different amplifier and speaker options, see page 73.

The audio system is operated using the steering wheel controls or the control panel buttons.

Switching the audio system On/Off

Switching the audio system on

Switch on the audio system by turning the key in the ignition switch to position 3 and/or press the ON/OFF control once.

WARNING

Safety first!

Cut off power immediately and contact your Cadillac dealer if the system begins to emit smoke or smells strange.

All work on the Audio system must be carried out by a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised Cadillac workshop.

ON/OFF control

Switching the audio system off

The audio system is switched off:

• When the ON/OFF control is pressed.

• When the ignition key is removed.

• One hour after the ignition was switched

OFF, if the ignition key has not been removed.

• 1 hour after the audio system has been switched on if the key is not in the ignition switch.

Audio settings

3

Volume

Turn the ON/OFF control until the desired volume is obtained.

Tone controls

Press the tone control to open the menu for tone and speaker settings.

Tone and speaker settings

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-

TREBLE

- Select and hold

+

(plus) or

(minus) to adjust the treble. If a station is weak or noisy, increase the treble.

-

MID

(Midrange) - Select and hold

+

(plus) or

(minus) to adjust the midrange.

BASS

- Select and hold

+

(plus) or

-

(minus) to adjust the bass.

Personal tone settings

Select and save your personal tone settings.

• Press

Custom.

to select your saved save your personal tone settings. To adjust the settings, select and hold

+

(plus) or

-

(minus) for each respective tone setting, see Tone controls on page 58.

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Speaker settings

L

/

R

(Left/Right) (Balance) - Select and hold

L

or

R

to balance the sound between the left and right-hand speakers.

Front

/

Rear

(Fader) - Select and hold

Front

or

Rear

to balance the sound between the front and rear speakers.

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Automatic tone setting

You can select to automatically adapt your tone settings for the programme you are listening to or the disc you are playing.

1 Press the tone control to open the menu for tone and speaker settings.

2 Select the required tone setting.

Automatic tone setting

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Audio settings

Bose

®

Centerpoint

Centerpoint

®

Surround Sound System

3

Volume

Turn the ON/OFF control until the desired volume is obtained.

Tone controls

Press the tone control to open the menu for tone and speaker settings.

Tone and speaker settings

-

TREBLE

- Select and hold

+

(plus) or

(minus) to adjust the treble. If a station is weak or noisy, increase the treble.

-

MID

(Midrange) - Select and hold

+

(plus) or

(minus) to adjust the midrange.

BASS

- Select and hold

+

(plus) or

-

(minus) to adjust the bass.

Speaker settings

L

/

R

(Left/Right) (Balance) - Select and hold

L

or

R

to balance the sound between the left and right-hand speakers.

Front

/

Rear

(Fader) - Select and hold

Front

or

Rear

to balance the sound between the front and rear speakers.

Centerpoint

® signal processing circuitry

With the Bose

®

Centerpoint

Sound System, Centerpoint

®

®

Surround

signal processing circuitry creates a surround sound listening experience from stereo

CDs, MP3 CDs, satellite radio and auxiliary audio sources. AM/FM is not supported by the surround function.

Press

Centerpoint

®

to activate the surround function. Other tone and speaker settings can be adjusted even when the surround function is active, although not the Fader setting.

The surround function settings are saved for each individual audio source (CD, MP3 and

AUX).

Automatic tone setting

You can select to automatically adapt your tone settings for the programme you are listening to or the disc you are playing.

1 Press the tone control to open the menu for tone and speaker settings.

2 Select

Talk

.

Personal tone settings

Save and reset your personal tone settings.

Press

Custom.

to select your saved save

-

your personal tone settings. To adjust the settings, select and hold

+

(plus) or

(minus) for each respective tone setting, see Tone controls on page 60.

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Radio

Selecting a radio station

You can choose between three different screen display modes to select/change radio stations:

• Whole map - In screen mode with the whole map only the steering wheel controls, or are used to select/change to another preset station.

• Divided map - In screen mode with the whole map, select one of the audio tabs to divide the screen and show both the map view and the menu for the active audio source (

AM

,

FM

, etc.). In this screen display mode all functions to select/change the radio station are available.

• Active audio source - Press AUDIO to only show the menu for the active audio source (

AM

,

FM

, etc.).

Selecting a frequency band

Select

AM

,

FM

or press AUDIO to select the frequency band.

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AM/FM categories

You can choose to search for all available radio stations within a specific category, for example, POP, where you are currently located.

1 Select the screen button in the centre of the screen to display a list of all available radio stations within a specific category e.g. POP, where you are currently located.

2 Scroll through the list with the help of the arrow keys.

3 Select the required radio station.

To perform a new search and update the list, select

Refresh List

.

Selecting a preset station

Browse to the required preset page by pressing the FAV button and then select the required preset station (1-5).

You can also press the steering wheel controls, or to select another preset station.

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Fine tuning

Turn the tone control one step to fine tune the current frequency by an increment of

0.1 MHz.

Automatic tuning

Press one of the SEEK buttons to perform automatic tuning. The radio searches for the closest, strong station upwards or downwards in the frequency band and stops at this frequency.

Manual tuning

Turn the tone control to manually tune a frequency.

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Storing presets

You can store up to 15 FM stations and

15 AM stations as presets by using the preset buttons on the screen and the FAV button. Press the FAV button to browse through up to 3 pages with 5 stored presets per page.

Storing the current station as a preset

To store the current station as a preset:

1 Select

AM

,

FM

or press AUDIO to select the frequency band.

2 Press the FAV button until you come to the preset page (1-3) at which the station is to be stored.

3 Select and hold the preset (1-5) where you wish to store the station for more than 2 seconds. An audio signal can be heard when the station is stored.

Preset stations

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Radio menu

Radio menu

Press MENU until the tab Radio is selected or select the Radio tab directly and one of the following setting options:

Additional Information Displayed

- Select whether detailed information is to be shown on the audio screen when available.

TP

- Switching TP on and off

FM RDS Setup

- Select between the following menu options:

• Alternative Freq.

• Regionalt

• PS-Name Freeze

• Remove/Add FM Categories

Automatic Volume Control

- Select whether to allow the audio system to automatically compensate as the car accelerates or decelerates.

Show detailed information

Select

Additional Information Displayed

whether detailed information is to be shown on the audio screen when available.

Automatic Volume Control

As vehicle speed increases, ambient noise also increases. If you do not wish to continually adjust the volume, the audio system can automatically adjust volume based on an increase or decrease in vehicle speed.

Select one of four settings:

Off

(no compensation)

Low

(low compensation)

Med

(medium compensation)

High

(maximum compensation)

1 Select

Automatic Volume Control

.

2 Select required speed compensation.

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Traffic programme (TP/TA)

If TP (Traffic Programme) is activated, the radio automatically monitors the airwaves and plays traffic announcements (TA), even from radio stations other than the current station. Any traffic announcements are given priority and will interrupt radio or CD playback.

Switching TP on and off

Select TP to switch the TP function on/off.

When TP is on

TP

is shown in the top lefthand corner of the screen.

The radio station you are listening to when you press TP may not be able to transmit traffic announcements. The screen then shows:

TP is currently not available. Search for TP

Station?

If you select

Yes

when the text above is shown, the radio will tune to a station that supports traffic announcements. While tuning is in progress the screen shows:

Searching TP Station

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FM RDS settings

The Radio Data System (RDS) transmits information in parallel with radio programmes broadcast over the FM network in

Europe. The signal from such FM stations enables the automatic selection of the transmitter providing the strongest signal, thereby achieving the best possible reception.

Automatic traffic information and programme type monitoring are examples of functions enabled by RDS.

Good reception is necessary for the RDS to work well.

Alternative Frequency (AF)

The Alternative Frequency (AF) function means that the radio will automatically seek the strongest station to maintain good reception.

• To switch on AF: select

Alternative Freq.

.

• To switch off AF: deselect

Alternative Freq.

.

When the function is switched on the indication

AF

is shown in the top left-hand corner of the screen.

USER TIP

We recommend that AF is always activated in order to maintain as good reception as possible.

Regional frequencies (REG)

To prevent the radio switching between various regional radio stations

REG

, which is normally inactive, can be turned on. This limits the available frequencies to those within the same regional broadcast as the current station.

• To switch on REG: select

Regionalt

.

• To switch off REG: deselect

Regionalt

.

When the function is active,

REG

appears on the screen.

Rolling advertisements

Some radio stations present rolling advertisements on the screen.

• To prevent rolling advertisements, select

PS-Name Freeze

.

• To allow rolling advertisements, deselect

PS-Name Freeze

.

FM RDS settings

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Show/hide FM categories

You can choose to show/hide FM categories.

1 Select

Remove/Add FM Categories

.

2 Select or deselect the appropriate FM categories in the list that are to be shown or hidden.

Reset all FM categories

To reset all FM categories, select

Restore

All Categories

.

Current FM categories

News

Current Affairs

Information

Sport

Education

Drama

Culture

Science

Varied Speech

Pop Music

Rock Music

Easy Listening

Light Classics

Serious Classics

News

Current affairs

Information

Sport

Education

Drama

Culture

Science

Entertainment

Pop music

Rock music

Easy listening

Light classical

Classical music

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Other Music

Weather & Metr.

Finance

Children's Progs

Social Affairs

Religion

Phone In

Travel & Touring

Leisure & Hobby

Jazz Music

Country Music

National Music

Oldies Music

Folk Music

Documentary

Other music

Weather

Finance

Children’s progs

Social affairs

Religion

Phone-in

Travel & Touring

Leisure & Hobby

Jazz music

Country music

National music

Golden oldies

Folk music

Documentary

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CD player

NOTICE

Do not use CDs with labels or stickers.

These labels could detach and cause the audio system to malfunction.

Loading CDs

Insert the disc in the slot with the text side up until the mechanism loads the disc. The first track is played. If the disc is wrong-sideup, it will be ejected automatically.

Once all the tracks have been played, the

CD player will restart from the beginning again.

The CD player is turned off by pressing

ON/OFF to turn off the audio system or by selecting another audio source.

Removing CDs

Press the EJECT button to eject the CD. If you press EJECT without removing the ejected disc, the player will reload the disc after 10 seconds for reasons of safety.

Play a CD

CD menu

In screen mode with the whole map, select

CD

to divide the screen and show both the map view and the CD menu. To only show the CD menu, press AUDIO or select

CD

.

Select the pause button to pause playback.

Press the play button to continue playing the

CD.

Selecting and changing tracks

Turn the tone control or press the SEEK buttons to select or change to the preceding or next track. The track number appears on the screen.

If the current track has played for at least

8 seconds, you can start the track from the beginning by pressing SEEK (arrow left).

If you press SEEK (arrow right) while the last track of the disc is playing, the first track will play.

If you press SEEK (arrow left) while the first track of the disc is playing, the last track will play.

The same function applies for the steering wheel controls, or .

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Rapid playing of tracks

To rapid play the current track, press and hold or on the screen.

Release the button to stop rapid play and return to normal playback.

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Random playback

You can allow the CD player to choose tracks randomly, i.e. not to play the tracks in numerical order.

• To play tracks randomly, select

Random

.

• To resume playing tracks in numerical order, select

Random

again

.

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MP3/WMA player

Play an MP3/WMA disc

NOTICE

Do not use CD-R discs with labels or stickers. These labels could detach and cause the audio system to malfunction.

The audio system can play MP3/WMA files recorded on a CD-R disc with the following bit speed: 32 - 320 kbps. Sound quality may vary depending on the quality of the CD-R disc, recording method and quality of the recorded music.

The audio system can read and play a maximum of 50 folders, 10 sessions and

255 MP3/WMA files. Discs that contain more folders, playlists, sessions and files will be able to play up to the maximum limit, however everything else will be ignored.

Folder names with more than 12 characters will be abbreviated.

MP3/WMA player

In screen mode with the whole map, select

CD

to divide the screen and show both the map view and the CD menu. To only show the CD menu, press AUDIO or select

CD

.

Select the pause button to pause playback.

Press the play button to continue playing the

MP3/WMA disc.

Loading MP3/WMA discs

To load an MP3/WMA disc, insert the disc in the slot with the text side up until the mechanism loads the disc. The first MP3/WMA file in the first playlist of the disc will then be played.

If the disc is wrong-side-up, it will be ejected automatically.

Removing MP3/WMA discs

Press the EJECT button to eject the disc. If you press EJECT without removing the ejected disc, the player will reload the disc after 10 seconds for reasons of safety.

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Select/change folder, artist or album

Select the left-hand or right-hand arrow on the screen to play the previous or next folder, artist or album.

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Selecting/changing

MP3/WMA file

Turn the tone control or press the SEEK buttons to select or change to the preceding or next MP3/WMA file in the current folder or playlist. The MP3/WMA file number appears on the screen.

If the current MP3/WMA file has played for at least 8 seconds, you can start the

MP3/WMA file from the beginning by pressing SEEK (arrow left).

If you press SEEK (arrow right) while the last MP3/WMA file in a folder or playlist is playing, the first MP3/WMA file of the folder or playlist will play.

If you press SEEK (arrow left) while the first

MP3/WMA file in a folder or playlist is playing, the last MP3/WMA file of the folder or playlist will play.

The same function applies for the steering wheel controls, and .

Rapid playing an

MP3/WMA file

To rapid play the current MP3/WMA file, select and hold or on the screen. Release the button to stop rapid play and return to normal playback.

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Random playback of

MP3/WMA files

You can allow the MP3/WMA player to randomly select MP3/WMA files, i.e. not to play the files in numerical order.

• To play MP3/WMA files randomly, select

Random

.

• To resume playing MP3/WMA files in numerical order, press

Random

again.

Random playback of MP3/WMA files

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Playback order

Files on a CD-R disc will be played in the following order:

• The first MP3/WMA file in the first playlist will be played, followed by all files in each playlist. When the last MP3/WMA file in the last playlist has been played, playback starts from the beginning with the first

MP3/WMA file in the first playlist.

• The first MP3/WMA file in the first folder will be played, followed by all files in each folder. When the last MP3/WMA file in the last folder has been played, playback starts again from the beginning with the first MP3/WMA file in the first folder.

Song title, artist name, etc.

If a disc is recorded with ID3 data (V.1.0 or

V.1.1) the song title, artist name, name of the album and name of the folder can be shown on the screen. Filenames with more than 32 characters will be abbreviated.

Music navigator

To play MP3/WMA files sorted by artist or album, select

Folder

in the middle of the screen.

The CD player searches through the disc and sorts files by artist and album. This could take several minutes depending on the number of MP3/WMA files on the disc.

Scroll through the list with the help of the arrows on the screen.

Music navigator

MP3/WMA

If you have disc containing both CDA tracks and MP3/WMA (Windows Media Audio) files, the player will play the CDA tracks first.

Select

MP3/WMA

to switch and play the

MP3/WMA files.

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Error codes

NOTICE

Proceed with care if rectifying a fault. If in doubt, contact a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised

Cadillac workshop.

The audio system has a built-in diagnostics function. If a fault is detected, an error code is generated to help workshop technicians to diagnose the fault. Below are a few error codes that you might be able to rectify yourself.

WARNING

The CD player/CD changer is classified as Class 1 laser equipment.

• Service and repair work must only be carried out by authorised technicians.

• If the casing is damaged, hazardous laser radiation can occur.

NOTICE

All work on the Audio system must be carried out by a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised

Cadillac workshop.

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Security lock

The audio system is equipped with an electronic security lock. The special code is unique to the car in which the audio system is installed.

Each time the audio system is switched on, a check is made to ensure that the code is correct.

If not, the following will appear on the screen:

THEFTLOCK ACTIVATED

If the audio system is to be transferred to another car (Cadillac BLS), a Cadillac dealer must be contacted to provide the right code for the audio system.

Error code

CD Error

CD turned over

Possible cause

• CD is dirty, scratched or defective.

• The CD may be improperly burned.

• The CD disc is wrong side up.

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Portable player

WARNING

Place the portable player where it cannot be thrown around and cause personal injury in the event of a collision.

AUX input

The AUX input is located at the top right of the audio system. It can be used to connect a portable unit, such as an MP3 player, to the audio system.

Adjust the audio settings using the control panel or the steering wheel controls. To change tracks, fast forward, etc., use the controls on the portable player.

AUX input at the top right of the audio system

Connecting and activating a portable player

1 Connect the unit via the AUX input on the audio system.

2 Press AUDIO until the tab AUX is selected or select the AUX tab directly.

A portable player must be connected via the

AUX input on the audio system for the AUX menu to be available on the screen.

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Audio system

The audio system is available in different versions: Sound System and Bose

®

Centerpoint

®

Surround Sound System.

Loudness is controlled automatically by the audio system, boosting the highest and lowest frequency ranges to compensate the sound image when the volume is set to a low level. Sound reproduction is therefore excellent whatever the volume.

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Voice recognition

Introduction __________ 76

Voice commands _____ 76

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Introduction

Voice recognition means that the audio navigation system can be operated with the help of voice commands.

Voice recognition offers many advantages.

Most importantly, it requires less attention than conventional controls allowing the driver to concentrate on the traffic.

A map DVD must be loaded and the navigation system activated in order for voice recognition to be used.

Activating voice recognition

The voice recognition system is activated by pressing the PTT button on the steering wheel. Any audio source is muted. A tone indicates that the system is listening and ready to receive a voice command.

Some sounds will still be audible after the voice recognition system has been activated for reasons of safety.

Press the PTT button to end the voice session.

Voice commands

When you give a voice command, remember to look forward and speak clearly at a normal speed. A voice command can consist of one word or several consecutive words.

After the tone that indicates the system is ready you have 7 seconds to give a voice command.

If you do not give a voice command during the time the system is listening, the system will request a voice command. The voice session will be ended if you do not give a voice command.

The voice recognition system is sensitive to individual pronunciation, e.g. different dialects, and cannot be taught to understand different pronunciations. The system alerts you to voice commands it does not recognise.

Alternative voice commands

There are alternative voice commands that can be used if the system has difficulty in understanding a particular voice command.

Alternative commands are written with / between, e.g. CD / Disc, i.e. you can choose to say either CD or Disc. Commands that can be omitted are written inside braces, e.g. Radio [band] [select] FM, i.e. you can choose to say Radio band FM, Radio select

FM or Radio FM.

PTT button (PTT=Push-To-Talk)

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Navigation, voice commands

Navigation go to [destination], Naviga-

tion select [destination]: Using these voice commands you start guidance to a destination saved as a voice marker.

The system will ask for a voice marker.

State a voice marker.

If the route is not active, the system will make the spoken voice marker the final destination. If a group is active, a voice marker will be added to the route as a stop. Up to three stops can be added to a route.

To save a destination as a voice marker, see page 51.

Navigation help: Receive help with voice commands for navigation.

Screen, voice commands

With the help of the voice commands below you can make screen settings.

Display [set] day [mode]: The screen has permanent day settings.

Display [set] night [mode]: The screen has permanent night settings.

Display [set] auto [mode]: This screen’s light settings are adjusted automatically depending on the ambient light conditions.

System help: Receive help with voice commands for the screen.

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Radio, voice commands

Radio: Activate the radio.

Radio [band] [select] AM, Radio [band]

[select] FM: Select frequency band.

Radio [select] <frequency> [AM], Radio

[select] <frequency> [FM]: Select a radio frequency.

Radio help: Receive help with voice commands for the radio.

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CD player, voice commands

The voice commands below apply to

CDs/MP3s.

CD / Disc: Activate the CD/MP3 player.

CD / Disc [select] track <y>: Select a track on the CD/MP3 disc.

CD / Disc [select] next folder: Go to the next folder on the MP3 disc.

CD / Disc [select] previous folder: Go to the previous folder on the MP3 disc.

CD / Disc Help: Receive help with voice commands for the CD/MP3 player.

AUX input, voice commands

The voice commands below are available when a portable player is connected to the

AUX input.

AUX / Auxiliary: Activate the portable player.

Phone

If the car is equipped with navigation system and Bluetooth Universal Handsfree Phone

(UHP)

3

then you must say TELEPHONE to access the phone’s voice recognition. For phone voice commands, see page 93.

Voice recognition help

Voice help / Help: Help you get to grips with voice recognition.

Cancel

Cancel: Cancel voice recognition.

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Mobile phone

3

The Cadillac BLS Infotainment system has provisions for the installation of a mobile phone.

• Hands-free provision (TEL 1)

USER TIP

• Installation must be carried out by a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised Cadillac workshop.

• We recommend that you contact your

Cadillac dealer for information on which mobile phones are suitable for this type of installation.

• A mobile phone cradle is available as an accessory.

WARNING

• Using a mobile phone while driving can easily distract one’s attention from the road, creating a safety hazard.

• Do not use the phone if your full attention is required by the traffic situation.

Switch the phone off in heavy traffic.

• Stop the car in a convenient place when you receive or before making a call.

• Never take written notes while driving.

• Use the hands-free equipment.

• Use the redial and speed dial functions to allow you to maintain your attention on the traffic.

Mobile phone

3

• Keep calls brief. Let the person you are talking to know that you are driving. Avoid stressful and involving telephone conversations.

• Acquaint yourself with the legal provisions governing the use of mobile phones while driving. In many countries it is forbidden under penalty of a heavy fine to use a mobile phone while driving.

• Do not use a mobile phone while refuelling. Petrol fumes can be highly explosive.

• Do not use a phone during thunderstorms to a void damaging you hearing in the event of lightning.

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3

Asterisk means: equipment not fitted in all cars

(can depend on model variant, engine variant, market specification, options or accessories).

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Hands-free provision

(TEL 1)

3

WARNING

To reduce the risk of head injuries in the event of a collision, the roof pillars and headlining incorporate cushioning material. These areas must not be modified in any way. Work on these areas must only be carried out at a workshop. We recommend that you contact an authorised

Cadillac workshop.

• Mobile phone/hands-free unit connected to the car’s circuitry.

• External roof antenna fitted.

• Antenna cable for roof antenna is prefitted.

• Microphone for hands-free phone use incorporated in front overhead panel.

• Audio system muted when phone activated.

• Phone conversation amplified through audio system speakers.

• You can adjust the volume of a phone conversation using the volume controls on the steering wheel or the volume knob on the audio system.

• If the sound is a bit fuzzy, adjust the volume control on the phone.

• Phone battery on charge when ignition is in position 3 and phone in its cradle.*)

*) Requires this feature to be supported by the hands-free equipment.

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Mobile phones and communication radio

3

When fitting and using mobile phones, the installation instructions issued by Cadillac and the phone manufacturer must follow the

EU Directive 95/54/EC.

Recommended conditions for use without malfunctions:

1 Professionally fitted outside antenna, so that maximum range is achieved.

2 Maximum transmitter output 10 W.

3 Fitting the phone in a suitable location.

Obtain advice when it comes to the installation location for the outside antenna and the apparatus holder respectively, as well as for the possibilities of using apparatus with transmitter output exceeding 10 W. We recommend that you contact an authorised

Cadillac workshop. There you can find console accessories and different installation kits that are fitted in the prescribed manner.

The use of a handsfree system without outside antenna for the mobile phone standards GSM 900/1800/1900 must only take place if the maximum transmitter output of the mobile phone does not exceed 2 watts for GSM 900 or otherwise 1 watt. The operating instructions from the manufacturer of the mobile phone and the handsfree system must always be followed.

For safety reasons we recommend that you do not use the phone while driving. Even if you use handsfree your attention may be drawn away from the traffic. Follow the legal provisions specific to the country in question.

WARNING

The use of mobile phones and communication radio in the car’s cabin without outside antenna could lead to malfunctions in the car’s electronics if the instructions above are not followed.

Mobile phones that do not fulfil the above standards and the radio apparatus must only be used with an antenna that is fitted on the outside of the car.

USER TIP

Roof loads can adversely affect telecommunication.

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Bluetooth Universal Handsfree Phone (UHP)

3

83

Bluetooth Universal Handsfree Phone (UHP)

3

Introduction __________ 84

Functions of steering wheel controls _______ 86

Connect the mobile phone to the car ___________ 87

Bluetooth

TM

connection 89

Call functions ________ 91

Voice recognition _____ 93

3

Asterisk means: equipment not fitted in all cars

(can depend on model variant, engine variant, market specification, options or accessories).

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Introduction

Always put road safety first when driving.

The Bluetooth Universal Handsfree Phone

(UHP) facilitates many aspects of telephoning and makes it possible to connect your mobile phone to the car’s audio system and the steering wheel controls. Voice recognition promotes more comfortable and safer operation.

It is possible to adapt Bluetooth UHP for different telephones models by changing the telephone cradle. For information regarding specific mobile telephone cradles contact your Cadillac dealer.

The Bluetooth

TM

technology makes it possible to connect your own mobile phone to the car’s audio system and steering wheel controls without first placing the mobile phone in the cradle and in the docking station.

.

WARNING

It must however be remembered that phoning while driving will reduce your attention to traffic to some degree.

• Using a mobile phone while driving can easily distract one’s attention from the road, creating a safety hazard.

• Do not use the phone if your full attention is required by the traffic situation.

Switch the phone off in heavy traffic.

• Stop in a convenient place when you receive or before making a call.

• Never take written notes while driving.

• Use the redial and speed dial functions to allow you to maintain your attention on the traffic.

• Keep calls brief. Let the person you are talking to know that you are driving. Avoid stressful and involving telephone conversations.

• Acquaint yourself with the legal provisions governing the use of mobile phones while driving. In many countries it is forbidden under penalty of a heavy fine to use a mobile phone while driving.

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Components

1 Driver Information Center (DIC)

2 Microphone

3 Steering wheel controls

4 Antennas

5 Docking station, own mobile phone and mobile phone specific cradle

Some of the above components must be purchased separately. For more information contact your Cadillac dealer.

Bluetooth Universal Handsfree Phone (UHP)

3

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Steering wheel controls

INFO - Scroll through menus, lists and between different options using the arrows.

Functions of steering wheel controls

The steering wheel controls can have different functions depending on your current position in the menu system.

SET - Press and hold: Access the menus.

Touch: Confirm menu selection. Show telephone numbers connected to a name in the phone book, etc.

PTT/

Green handset - Activate voice recognition system. Cancel a voice recognition session.

Answer an incoming call.

Call a number from the phone book and call list

Activate/switch off the microphone during a call.

Press and hold: Activate call lists.

Red handset/

CLR - End current call.

Refuse the incoming call.

Back up in steps in the menu structure.

Bypass voice feedback in a voice recognition session to speak the next voice command.

VOL - Adjusts volume.

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3

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Connect the mobile phone to the car

A connection between your own mobile phone and car can either be created using a phone specific cradle or through a Bluetooth

TM

connection if the phone supports this function, see page 89.

The following criteria applies:

• Bluetooth UHP must be activated either by turning the ignition switch to position 2 or start the audio system. Bluetooth UHP is then active as long as the key is in the ignition switch or if the key is removed from the ignition switch during a call, however for 60 minutes at the most.

• The mobile phone’s SIM card must be fitted and the PIN code entered correctly.

• You must be within an area with GSM coverage. An emergency call can even be made when you are in areas where your own mobile phone operator does not have coverage. However, the mobile phone must be in an area where at least one operator does have coverage for it to be used.

Install the phone cradle

Install the phone cradle in the docking station by inserting it from below and then upwards. Now press the phone cradle in position until a click is heard and the cradle sits firmly.

Place the mobile phone in the cradle

Remove any protection from the phone’s base connector and any antenna connector. Place the mobile phone in the phone specific cradle at an angle so the phone’s base connector fits into the cradle’s phone connector. Now angle the phone towards the cradle and push it into position.

NOTICE

Check that the contacts on the phone are undamaged and clean. Clean as set out in the manual from the phone manufacturer if necessary.

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Remove the mobile phone from the cradle

Remove the mobile phone from the cradle by pressing the button on top of the cradle and remove the phone.

Remove the cradle from the docking station

Remove the cradle from the docking station by pressing the button on top of the docking station and at the same time moving the cradle downwards.

Charge the phone battery

Battery charging starts when

Bluetooth UHP has been activated and the phone and cradle are in the docking station.

Cleaning

Clean the cradle and docking station using a damp cloth. The electrical connectors on the cradle and docking station are cleaned using a dry cloth and/or a soft brush. See the manual provided by the phone manufacture for details how to clean the phone.

NOTICE

Do not use chemicals or cleaning agents when cleaning as this can damage the plastic and connectors.

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Bluetooth

TM

connection

In order to connect your mobile phone to the car using Bluetooth

TM

, your phone’s Bluetooth

TM

function must first be activated, see the manual accompanying the mobile phone. Bluetooth UHP supports Bluetooth

TM

Handsfree Profile, V.1.5.

Bluetooth

TM is a radio standard for wireless connections between, for example, a mobile phone and other units. This means your own mobile phone can be connected to the car’s Audio system and steering wheel controls without being placed in the cradle and docking station.

USER TIP

The mobile phone connected to the car using Bluetooth

TM

must be within a radius of up to 10 metres.

Bluetooth Universal Handsfree Phone (UHP)

3

Switching Bluetooth on and off

1 From the Setup menu, press and hold the SET button.

2 Scroll to

Phone

/

Settings

with the help of the steering wheel controls, or and press the SET button.

3 Scroll to

Bluetooth

and press the SET button.

• To activate Bluetooth

TM

, select

ON

and press the SET button.

• To switch off Bluetooth

TM

, select

OFF

and press the SET button.

Pair a mobile phone

89

A mobile phone must be recognised by the system to prevent unauthorised persons from connecting their mobile phone to the car using Bluetooth

TM

. When a mobile phone has been paired it is known to the system and does not need to be paired the next time it is to be used.

The car supports up to 5 paired units. Pairing can be performed when you make the car searchable for mobile phones with Bluetooth

TM

, these mobile phones can then send a pairing request to the car.

USER TIP

If there is a mobile phone already in the docking station, then you cannot connect a new mobile phone to the car with the help of Bluetooth

TM

.

Bluetooth is a trademark owned by Bluetooth

SIG, Inc. USA and is used under license.

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Pair a new telephone

1 From the Setup menu, press and hold the SET button.

2 Scroll to

Phone

/

Settings

with the help of the steering wheel controls, or and press the SET button.

3 Scroll to

Phone Devices

and press the

SET button.

4 Scroll to

NEW

and press the SET button.

5 The DIC display shows:

Car discoverable for 3 minutes

Telephones with Bluetooth

TM

can now seek out the car and send a pairing request.

6 State the following password on your mobile phone: 0000 (4 zeros). Select

UHP from the list of paired units.

7 When a telephone sends a pairing request, this is shown on the DIC display. Answer

YES

to pair the unit or

NO

to refuse pairing to the unit.

Selection of paired phone

The system searches for the last used phone in the list of paired units. If this phone is not within the connection radius then the system will automatically search for the next unit in the list.

If several of the list’s paired phones are within the connection radius then you can select which phone unit to use.

1 From the Setup menu, press and hold the SET button.

2 Scroll to

Phone

/

Settings

with the help of the steering wheel controls, or and press the SET button.

3 Scroll to

Phone Devices

and press the

SET button.

4 Scroll to the right telephone in the list and press the SET button.

5 Mark

SELECT

and press the SET button.

The DIC display shows:

Please wait...

6 Successful pairing is shown on the DIC display by:

Connection ok.

The mobile phone is now ready to be used.

Removing a paired telephone

1 From the Setup menu, press and hold the SET button.

2 Scroll to

Phone

/

Settings

with the help of the steering wheel controls, or and press the SET button.

3 Scroll to

Phone Devices

and press the

SET button.

4 Scroll to the right telephone in the list and press the SET button.

5 Mark

DELETE

and press the SET button to remove the selected phone.

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Call functions

WARNING

Telephone function settings should be made when the car is stationary so that attention to traffic is not reduced, increasing the likelihood of an accident.

This section describes the various options for making and receiving calls.

Bluetooth Universal Handsfree Phone (UHP)

3

Outgoing calls

The steering wheel controls allow you to call a number from the phone book or from the call list.

Phone book

1 In the telephone menu, press and hold the SET button.

Phone Book

is shown on the DIC display.

2 Scroll through the phone book’s tabs using the steering wheel controls, or

. Select a tab by pressing the SET button.

3 Scroll to the required name/number using the steering wheel controls, or

. Press the SET button to show the telephone number associated to a name. The number is shown for

5 seconds.

4 Press the green handset button to make the call. The name/number appears on the DIC display.

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Call list

This list shows the numbers of dialled, missed and received calls.

1 Press and hold the Green handset button.

Call List

is shown on the DIC display.

2 Scroll through the call list using the steering wheel controls, or .

3 Press the Green handset button to make the call. The name/number appears on the DIC display.

USER TIP

The numbers of missed and received calls can only be shown if this service is supported by your operator. Contact your

GSM operator for more information. The call list can display between 40-80 calls depending on the number of stored characters for the name and telephone number.

USER TIP

When the mobile phone is paired with the car the phone book is transferred to the car. This can take up to 3 minutes depending on the mobile phone.

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Incoming call

If you receive a call a ring tone is heard on the car’s audio system and the radio or other audio source will be lowered.

Phone

is shown on the audio system display. The

DIC display shows:

Phone

and the name and number. If it is an ex-directory or unknown number the DIC display shows

Phone

and

Call

.

Answering a call

To answer an incoming call press the green handset button on the steering wheel.

Declining a call

To refuse an incoming call press the red handset button on the steering wheel.

Active call

The active call is the one presently in progress.

To end the active call, press the red handset button on the steering wheel.

Switch off the microphone

The microphone can be activated/switched off during a call by using the green handset button. When the microphone is switched off the DIC display shows:

Mic muted...

Switch the call between the car and the mobile phone

During an active call you can choose to transfer the sound from the car’s loudspeakers to the mobile phone, appropriate for a private call for example or when you leave the car and want to continue the call on your mobile phone.

• To switch the call from the car’s loudspeakers to the mobile phone, press the

SET button. The DIC display shows:

Call in mobile

for 2 seconds.

• To switch the call back from the mobile phone to the car’s loudspeakers, press the SET button. The DIC display shows:

Call in car

for 2 seconds.

Returning to the car with an active call

(Only applies if Bluetooth

TM

is activated and the mobile phone is in the list of paired units.)

If you get into the car with an active call and start the car then the mobile phone is automatically paired with the car.

A number of mobile phones automatically transfer the sound to the car’s loudspeakers when it is paired with the car, this function is phone specific. For other mobile phones you need to press the SET button to transfer the sound from the mobile phone to the car’s loudspeakers.

USER TIP

If you do not choose to transfer the sound to the mobile phone using the SET button then the sound will remain in the car as long as the phone is in the connection radius.

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Voice recognition

Voice recognition means that a Bluetooth

Universal Handsfree Phone can be operated using voice commands.

Voice recognition offers many advantages.

Most importantly, it requires less attention than conventional controls allowing the driver to concentrate on the traffic.

USER TIP

It is not possible to use voice recognition if the navigation system is switched off.

Activating voice recognition

The voice recognition system is activated with a press on the PTT button in the steering wheel. Any audio source mutes and

Voice

is shown on the DIC display. A tone indicates that the system is listening and is ready to receive a voice command. If the car is equipped with a navigation system then you must say TELEPHONE to access the phone’s voice recognition.

For safety reasons, some sounds will still be heard while the voice recognition system is activated. Similarly, messages that are important from a safety aspect will be displayed on the DIC display.

Press the PTT button to end the voice session.

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PTT button (PTT = Push-To-Talk)

USER TIP

Voice commands cannot be given during a phone conversation. Pressing the PTT button during a call switches off or activates the phone microphone in the phone.

Voice sessions are interrupted by incoming calls.

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Voice feedback

To facilitate the use of voice recognition, the system provides feedback for voice commands.

Feedback is given via the audio system as voice feedback or audio feedback.

Cancel the current voice feedback and go directly to the next voice command by pressing the CLR button.

Volume

The volume of the voice and audio feedback can be adjusted with the volume controls on the steering wheel and the VOL knob.

Nametags

You can save a telephone number together with a nametag, for example, a name, for speed dialling.

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Voice commands

The voice recognition system works best in a quiet environment. Background noise can make it difficult for the system to understand a voice command. Speak clearly and at a normal pace while facing straight ahead. A voice command can consist of one word or several words in succession.

After the tone that indicates the system is ready you have 7 seconds to give a voice command.

If you do not give a voice command during the time the system is listening, the system will request a voice command. The voice session will be ended if you do not give a voice command.

The voice recognition system is sensitive to individual pronunciation, e.g. different dialects, and cannot be taught to understand different pronunciations. The system alerts you to voice commands it does not recognise.

General commands

These commands can always be used while voice recognition is active, except when the system is waiting for a nametag.

Voice command

• HELP

• CANCEL

Explanation

Request information on how to proceed with a voice session.

End the current voice session.

Digits and characters

Verbally enter the digits in the telephone number one by one or in a group of three digits for example. If you enter an incorrect digit and use the voice command CHANGE then the last entered group of digits is deleted. Digits and characters that can be entered verbally are shown on the SID display.

Voice command

• ZERO

• 1-9

• PLUS

Characters

The digit 0

The digits 1-9

+

Example of voice command

Dialling a number

1 Press the PTT button. Wait for the tone.

2 Say CALL. Wait for "NAME OR

NUMBER?".

3 Say NUMBER. Wait for "THE NUMBER,

PLEASE!". Speak in the numbers of the telephone number. Say, e.g. "ZERO,

FIVE, FOUR" pause "TWO, SEVEN,

THREE" pause "EIGHT, ONE, ONE".

4 The system repeats the phone number at each pause.

5 Say CALL.

Save a nametag

Save a number together with a nametag for speed dialling.

1 Press the PTT button. Wait for the tone.

2 Say SAVE. Wait for "THE NAME,

PLEASE!".

3 Say a nametag, e.g. "ADAM". Wait for

"THE NUMBER, PLEASE!".

4 Say the telephone number. The system repeats the telephone number.

5 Say SAVE.

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Other commands

Voice command

• CALL

• REDIAL

• SAVE

• DELETE

Explanation

The system asks for the name or telephone number. The following commands can be used:

• NAME - To dial a nametag.

• NUMBER - To state a telephone number. Verbally enter a telephone number, preferably in groups of three digits. Once a digit has been entered verbally the following commands can be used:

• CHANGE - Deletes the last group of numbers spoken in.

• DELETE - Deletes all numbers spoken in.

• CALL - Dials the number.

Dials that last number called.

Save a number together with a nametag for speed dialling.

Deletes a nametag. The system asks for the appropriate nametag. Answer

YES to confirm or NO to cancel.

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All available nametags are read out along with their associated phone numbers. The following commands can be used in the pause between nametags:

• DELETE - Delete nametag.

• CALL - Call the nametag.

If a name in the phone book has an associated nametag, the name is displayed on the DIC display instead of the number.

USER TIP

• The phone number will be displayed on the DIC display when the system prompts you to say YES or NO by way of confirmation, or following REDIAL, SAVE CALL or DELETE. If the phone number is stored in the phone book, the name associated with this number will be shown instead.

• The voice recognition catalogue is independent of the phone book. Nametags are not stored on the SIM card.

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Index

A

Activating Bluetooth ______________ 89

Activating the MP3/WMA player,

Audio System __________________ 20

Activating voice recognition _________ 93

Activating voice recognition,

Navigation System ______________ 76

Active call ______________________ 92

Add stops ______________________ 47

Address book ___________________ 43

AF, Audio System ________________ 12

AF, Navigation System ____________ 64

Alternative frequency, Audio System _ 12

Alternative frequency,

Navigation System ______________ 64

Alternative to a route ______________ 46

Antennas ________________________ 4

Audio settings Bose

®

Surround System,

Navigation System ______________ 60

Audio settings, Navigation System ___ 58

Audio system, Audio System _______ 26

Audio system, Navigation System ____ 73

Automatic volume control,

Navigation System ______________ 63

AutoStore, Audio System __________ 11

AUX input, Audio System __________ 23

AUX input, Navigation System ______ 72

B

Bluetooth

TM

connection ____________ 89

Index 97

D

Date display, Audio System _________ 24

Date, Audio System _______________ 24

Detour _________________________ 47

Disc information, Audio System ______ 22

DVDs __________________________ 35

C

Call functions ____________________ 91

Cancel guidance _________________ 48

Caring for DVDs _________________ 37

CD changer, Audio System _________ 18

CD player, Audio System __________ 17

CD player, Navigation System ______ 66

Change map scale _______________ 39

Changing a Nav DVD disc __________ 36

Changing language ________________ 3

Charge the phone battery __________ 88

Cleaning the units _________________ 3

Cleaning, Bluetooth UHP __________ 88

Clock, Audio System ______________ 24

Connect the mobile phone to the car _ 87

Connecting a portable player,

Audio System __________________ 23

Connecting and activating a portable player, Navigation System ________ 72

E

Edit the address book _____________ 51

Error codes, Audio System _________ 26

F

FAQ, Navigation System ___________ 56

Find radio station, Audio System _____ 10

FM RDS settings, Navigation System _ 64

Folder, artist or album,

Navigation System ______________ 69

Frequency band, Audio System _____ 10

Frequency band, Navigation System __ 61

G

General functions, Audio System ____ 24

General voice commands __________ 94

Guidance pause _________________ 48

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H

Hands-free provision ______________ 80

I

Incoming call ____________________ 92

Install the phone cradle ____________ 87

Installation/replacement ____________ 3

Itinerary ________________________ 46

L

Loading a DVD disc ______________ 35

Loading an MP3/WMA disc,

Navigation System ______________ 68

Loading CDs, Audio System _____ 17, 18

Loading CDs, Navigation System ____ 66

Loading MP3/WMA discs,

Audio System __________________ 20

M

Map ___________________________ 34

Map database information __________ 34

Map orientation __________________ 39

Mobile phone ____________________ 79

Monitoring programme type (PTY) ___ 13

MP3/WMA ___________________ 22, 70

MP3/WMA player, Audio System ____ 20

MP3/WMA player, Navigation System 68

Music navigator, Navigation System __ 70

N

Nametags ______________________ 93

Nav (Navigation) _________________ 50

Navigation Audio System __________ 58

Navigation map __________________ 34

Navigation settings _______________ 50

P

Pair a mobile phone _______________ 89

Place the mobile phone in the cradle _ 87

Play a CD, Navigation System ______ 66

Play a MP3/WMA disc,

Navigation System ______________ 68

Playback order, Audio System ______ 21

Playback order, Navigation System ___ 70

Point of interest (POI) _____________ 42

Points of Interest, Navigation System _ 55

Portable player, Audio System ______ 23

Portable player, Navigation System __ 72

Preferred route __________________ 50

Preset stations ___________________ 45

Programme type ALARM ___________ 15

PTY, Audio System _______________ 13

O

Other settings, Navigation System ___ 54

Outgoing calls ___________________ 91

Q

Quick Guide, Navigation System _____ 38

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R

Radio ___________________________ 4

Radio menu, Navigation System _____ 63

Radio reception ___________________ 4

Radio text, Audio System __________ 13

Radio, Audio System ______________ 10

Radio, Navigation System __________ 61

Random CD playback, Audio System _ 17

Random CD playback,

Navigation System ______________ 67

Random playback of MP3/WMA files,

Audio System __________________ 21

Random playback of MP3/WMA files,

Navigation System ______________ 69

Random playback, CD changer _____ 19

Rapid playing an MP3/WMA file,

Audio System __________________ 21

Rapid playing an MP3/WMA file,

Navigation System ______________ 69

Rapid playing CD tracks, Audio System 17

Rapid playing CD tracks,

Navigation System ______________ 67

Rapid playing of tracks, CD changer __ 19

RDS (Radio Data System),

Audio System __________________ 12

RDS time, Audio System ___________ 25

Regional frequencies (REG),

Navigation System ______________ 64

Regional frequencies, Audio System _ 12

Remove the cradle from the docking station ______________ 88

Remove the mobile phone from the cradle _____________________ 88

Removing a paired telephone _______ 90

Removing an MP3/WMA disc,

Navigation System ______________ 68

Removing CDs, Audio System ___ 17, 18

Removing CDs, Navigation System __ 66

Removing MP3/WMA discs,

Audio System __________________ 20

Resume guidance ________________ 48

Road map ______________________ 34

Rolling advertisements, Audio System 13

Rolling advertisements,

Navigation System ______________ 64

Route alternative _________________ 46

S

Safety rules, Navigation System _____ 32

Save a destination in the address book 49

Save or change a preset ___________ 49

Save preset, Audio System _________ 10

Save preset, Navigation System _____ 62

Security lock ____________________ 26

Security lock, Audio System ________ 26

Select radio station, Audio System ___ 10

Select radio station, Navigation System 61

Select/change MP3/WMA file,

Navigation System ______________ 69

Selecting and changing tracks,

CD changer ____________________ 19

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Selecting/changing CD tracks,

Audio System __________________ 17

Selecting/changing CD tracks,

Navigation System ______________ 66

Selecting/changing discs, CD changer 19

Selecting/changing MP3 folder,

Audio System __________________ 20

Selecting/changing MP3/WMA file,

Audio System __________________ 21

Setting the clock, Audio System _____ 24

Setting the clock, Navigation System _ 54

Setting the date, Audio System ______ 24

Setting the time, Audio System ______ 24

Show route _____________________ 47

Song title, artist name, etc.,

Navigation System ______________ 70

Song title, Audio System ___________ 22

Sorting music, Audio System ________ 22

Speed dependent volume,

Audio System __________________ 25

State a destination ________________ 40

Steering control buttons, Audio System 7

Steering wheel controls,

Navigation System ______________ 29

Stop ___________________________ 47

Switch off Bluetooth _______________ 89

Switch off the microphone __________ 92

Switch the Audio System on/off,

Navigation System ______________ 58

Switch the call between the car and the phone __________________ 92

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T

TEL 1 __________________________ 80

Time display, Audio System ________ 24

TP, Audio System ________________ 15

Traffic programme ________________ 15

Traffic programme, Audio System ____ 15

Traffic settings ___________________ 52

Tuning a radio station,

Navigation System ______________ 61

W

Weak signal strength, Audio System __ 12

WMA (Windows Media Audio) ____ 22, 70

V

Via the map _____________________ 44

Voice commands _________________ 94

Voice commands, Navigation System _ 76

Voice feedback __________________ 93

Voice prompt ____________________ 50

Voice recognition _________________ 93

Voice recognition help,

Navigation System ______________ 78

Voice recognition, Navigation System _ 76

Volume for selected programme type broadcasts, Audio System ________ 25

Volume for the traffic and alarm announcements, Audio System ____ 25

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