MULTIMEDIA NAVIGATION
PHILADELPHIA 855
Operating and Installation Instructions
CAUTIONS
Safety Notes
This car radio has been manufactured according to
established safety guidelines. However, dangers may
still occur if the safety notes in this manual is not
observed. This manual is intended to familiarize the
user with the car radio’s important functions. Read this
carefully, prior to using the car radio. Keep this manual
in an easily accessible location. In addition, do observe
the instructions of the devices used in conjunction
with this car radio.
Road Safety
Always observe the following notes for road safety:
• Car radio must be used in a way that compliments
safety of the user when driving the vehicle. It is
recommended for the user to at an appropriate
location when operating the car radio. While
driving, user is not recommended to use
applications that can be prone to distraction e.g.
streaming to videos, entering destination etc.
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User is recommended to proceed with proposed
driving routes only if it does not violate any traffic
regulations. Local traffic signs and regulations
always prevail over the routes proposed.
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User is advised to keep the volume of the car radio
to a moderate level for the protection of the ears
and to increase the ability to hear any emergency
warning signals (e.g. police and ambulance sirens).
Do not increase the car radio volume while the car
radio is muted as it is not audible. The car radio
volume can be too loud when the car radio is
unmuted.
General Safety Notes:
Observe the following for protection against injuries:
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This car radio is intended for installation and
operation in a vehicle with 12V vehicle system
outage, hence the radio unit must be installed in a
DIN slot. Observe the output limits of the car radio.
Do not dismantle or modify the car radio.
Installation and repairs, if necessary, should be
performed by a specialist. We are not liable for any
loss or damage caused or resulting from
unauthorized disassembly or modification to the
product.
This car radio’s core components may result to
damage when the car is driven on bumpy roads
for a prolonged period of time or if it is used to
play non-standard or severely damaged discs.
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Please do not operate the car radio under extreme
temperature conditions (extremely high
temperature or extremely low temperature); make
sure that temperature within the car ranges from
-20°C to 80°C before you connect the car radio to
the power supply
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For abnormalities, please refer to the “Troubleshooting” section. If the problem cannot be
resolved, please press the Reset button to recover
its factory settings. Otherwise, please contact
respective installer/seller directly for help.
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As SD/USB file formats, codecs, bitrate, resolution
and other parameters available in the market are
not all the same, there is no guarantee that this car
radio can play all media file formats.
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Different cars may have different configurations. It
is normal that some CAN-Bus functions cannot be
enabled because it is not supported by the user’s
car or this car radio.
•
Solvents, cleaning and scouring agents as well as
dashboard spray and plastics care products may
contain materials which can damage the surface
and screen of the car radio. Use only dry or slightly
moistened cloth to clean the car radio surface and
screen.
This manual may be updated from time to time
without any notice.
Road Safety
In no event shall Blaupunkt be liable for any direct,
indirect, punitive, incidental, special consequential
damages to property or life and whatsoever arising out
of or connected with the use or misuse of our
products.
USA & CANADA: This product is not intended for sale in
the United States and Canada. If purchased in the U.S.
or Canada, this product is purchased on as-is basis. No
warranty, whether expressed or implied is provided in
the U.S. or Canada.
Scope of Delivery
The scope of delivery includes:
• Aux In Cable
Car sound system
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• Reverse Camera Cable
Manual
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• USB Cable 2-ways
Power Cable
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• GPS Antenna
Sub Hardness
RCA Cable
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KEY FUNCTIONS
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RADIO
Start radio mode
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MEDIA
Start media modes (Disc, Navigation,
SDHC, USB, Bluetooth, Aux In)
10 SETUP
Start/Exit Settings menu
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PHONE
Start Bluetooth Phone Connection
11 HOME
Return to HOME menu
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EQ
Start equalizer mode
12 DISC
Start Disc mode
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POWER BUTTON
• Press to turn On / Mute / Unmute
• Press & hold to turn Off
• Turn knob to adjust volume
13 NAVI
Insert map to 6 to operate
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MAP SLOT
Micro SD card reader for navigation data
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MICRO SD CARD SLOT
Micro SD card reader
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RESET
Restoring the original factory settings
of the device.
Caution! All personal setting will be lost!
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TUNER
• Press to Play / Pause
• Turn knob to browse files / frequency
14 EJECT
Eject the DVD/CD
15 BRIGHTNESS SWITCH
Set touchscreen brightness
(Bright, Standard, Soft,Sleep)
16 CD/DVD SLOT
17 Left / Right Button
Select Files / Stations
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OPERATIONS
Radio Stations List
• Press List to view the saved radio stations.
HOME PAGE
Press 11 to return to HOME PAGE
Storing Stations Manually
• Press Manual or rotate knob 9 to search radio
stations from the frequency bar.
Press & hold 3sec the desired station number to
save the current frequency.
Setup
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Press to change Radio setting.
FADE-BALANCE
EQ
RADIO
At HOME PAGE, select RADIO or press 1 to play radio
stations.
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Press 17 to change stored radio stations
Automatic Storing & Program Scanning
• Press Band to switch between FM (18 preset) &
AM (12 preset).
• Press Scan to automatically search and save
stations into all preset stations.
Note : Saved radio stations will be overwritten
when Scan is selected.
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Stereo
ON
Loud
OFF
Local
OFF
Select FADE-BALANCE to change the sound
output position.
Move
to change sound output position.
Select
to return to Setup.
OPERATIONS
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Select EQ or press 4 to change equalizer setting.
Manually change the EQ setting by moving the EQ
bars or select
for preset EQ mode as below
Flat / Pop / Classic / Rock / Jazz / Techno /
Optimal / User
Select
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to return to Setup.
Press Stereo to tune into STEREO mode to receive
FM signals. Switching to MONO helps to reduce
noise when signal is poor.
Press Loud to activate or deactivate the function.
Press Local to switch between LOCAL or
DISTANCE. The unit will reduce the receiving
sensitivity when searching in LOCAL mode.
Therefore, only strong signal stations will be
received. DISTANCE mode will allow device to
receive weak signal stations.
Press RDS to activate Radio Data System for
standard communication protocal that allows
traffic reports to be received and provides other
facilities, including the radio station’s name to be
seen on the radio’s display.
Note : Press 10 to change TA, AF, EON, CT at
Radio option.
EQ
Stereo
ON
Loud
OFF
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Local
OFF
RDS
OFF
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OPERATION
MEDIA
• The device support DVD, +/-R, +/-RW, -ROM, VCD,
CD-DA, -ROM, -R/-RW, USB 2.0 and Micro SDHC.
Note : To ensure proper functioning, use only
original CD/VCD/DVD. Blaupunkt cannot
guarantee the flawless function of copy-protected
discs and all disc blanks, USB data carriers and
memory cards available in the market.
• Device will automatically play files when SDHC /
USB / DISC is inserted.
• At HOME PAGE, select SDHC / USB or press 2 to
play media files in MicroSD / USB, or
• At HOME PAGE, select DISC or press 12 to play
CD / VCD / DVD.
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Select Shuffle Mode to activate / deactivate
shuffle/random play function.
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Press Loud to activate or deactivate the function.
Note : Media Setting is available at Audio Player only
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Photo Player
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Video Player (CD)
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Video Player (VCD)
Audio Player
Setup
Press Setup for Media Setting.
EQ
FADE-BALANCE
Repeat Mode
Repeat Off
Shuffle Mode
Shuffle Off
Loud
OFF
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Select EQ or press 4 to change equalizer setting.
Manually change the EQ setting by moving the EQ
bars or select
for preset EQ.
Select
to return to Media Setting. (Refer
RADIO OPERATION for more details)
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Select FADE-BALANCE to change the sound
output position. (Refer RADIO OPERATION for
more details)
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Select Repeat Mode to set Repeat All / Repeat
Once / Repeat Folder / Repeat Off.
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OPERATION
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1. Next page
2. Press to skip to previous file / press & hold to
rewind
3. Pause/Play
4. Press to skip to next file / press & hold to forward
5. Stop
6. Menu/List
7. Eject
8. Previous page
9. Repeat
10. Video Pin (Press to select start & end of clip to
repeat, press Pin again to undo the clip selection)
11. Shuffle play
12. Select track/folder/scene
13. Zoom in/out
14. Left/right audio
1. Next page
2. Press to skip to previous file / press & hold to
rewind
3. Pause/Play
4. Press to skip to next file / press & hold to forward
5. Stop
6. Menu/List
7. Eject
8. Previous page
9. Repeat
10. Video Pin (Press to select start & end of clip to
repeat, press Pin again to undo the clip selection)11. Subtitle
12. Select track/folder/scene
13. Zoom in/out
14. Left/right audio
Video Player (DVD)
List
• At any Player, press List or rotate 9 to view all
media files in SDHC / USB / DISC.
• Press 9 to pause/play media files.
Note : The respective audio source can be selected
only if a corresponding Data Carrier is inserted or a
corresponding device is connected. The duration of
the reading depends on the data volume and design
of the device or data carrier.
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6.
The device only support standard USB memory disc
approved by Microsoft USB MP3 player comes in
different models with different standards. Therefore,
not every MP3 player are supported. Remove battery
(if any) from MP3 before connecting to avoid
short-circuit.
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OPERATION
NAVIGATION
• Ensure GPS SDHC is inserted into 6 before
operating.
• At HOME PAGE, select Navigation or press 13
to start Navigation.
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16.
Polnav Main Menu (Subject to change)
• Select Find to search for location according to
Address / POI / Keyword / Favorite / Recent /
Current Position / Coordinate / Photo /
Category.
• Select Map to return to map screen or Navigation/Free run screen.
• Select Route to access into Itinerary, Route
Options / Turn List / Best Fit / Cancel Route /
Demo / Stop Demo / Bypass Waypoint / Detour.
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2.
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Current Speed
Sub Menu
PIP (Picture in Picture)
GPS signal status : Green (Connected) / Red (Lost
Connection)
Next Turn
Road Sign
Remaining Distance
Estimated Time Arrival
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All submenus contain top bar with Return,
Region, Map and Menu button.
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Navigation Screen
1. Show distance to the next turn, maneuver at next
turn and serial turn (Select to repeat voice
instructions).
2. Return to Main Menu.
3. Current Time
4. Switch View : 2D North-up / 2D Head-up / 3D /
Head-up
5. Current Position
6. Lane Marking Instruction
7. Current Street/City info (Select to switch info)
8. Speed Limit
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OPERATION
BLUETOOTH
• At HOME PAGE, select Bluetooth or press 3 to
start Bluetooth connection.
Note : Device will automatically connect to your
mobile phone if connection has been set up
before.
Contacts
• Press Contacts to view saved contacts. If contacts
are now showing on the device screen, press
to download contacts.
Pre-pair Bluetooth
• Ensure mobile phone supports Bluetooth function
before pairing. Different mobile phone will have
different emissive power. To get the best
connection, it is recommended to stay within the
range of 3m (phone to device) without any object
obstructions along the distance.
Bluetooth Pairing
• Turn on mobile phone’s Bluetooth to set up.
(Please refer to the instruction manual of the
mobile phone on how to operate Bluetooth)
“PHILADELPHIA 855” should appear on your
available Bluetooth scanning list. Select “PHILADELPHIA 855” then input password “0000”, if
password is required. Press “YES/OK/ALLOW” to
confirm when first pairing prompt message
request to access your mobile phone.
will be
displayed on screen when pairing successful.
Note : The duration of the reading depends on the
data volume of mobile phone’s phonebook.
Ensure to press “Allow” on mobile phone to allow
device to have phonebook access of the mobile
phone.
Calls
• Press Calls to view call records.
Music
• Press Music to sync mobile’s music player to
device.
Note : Ensure mobile phone’s music player is
turned on before syncing.
Dial No.
• Press Dial No. to dial new number.
Press
after keying number to dial or press
to answer incoming calls. Press
to end calls.
Note : To redial last called number, press 3 twice.
+4917612345678
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OPERATION
Setup
• Press Setup for Bluetooth Setting.
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Select EQ or press 4 to change equalizer setting.
Manually change the EQ setting by moving the EQ
bars or select
for preset EQ.
Select
to return to Media Setting. (Refer
RADIO OPERATION for more details)
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Select FADE-BALANCE to change the sound
output position. (Refer RADIO OPERATION for
more details)
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Select Pair List to change pairing device.
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Select Select to search for nearby Bluetooth
device.
Bluetooth
ON
Auto Connect
ON
Auto Answer
ON
Loud
ON
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Select Bluetooth to active or deactivate the
function.
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Select Auto Connect to active or deactivate the
function.
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Select Auto Answerto active or deactivate the
function.
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Select Loud to active or deactivate the function.
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OPERATION
CAR INFO
At HOME PAGE, select Car Info to display :
• Car signals
• Door status
• Handbrake status
• Fuel level
• Car odometer
• Car temperature
• Clock
• Current media playback
Attention lane
1. 2. 3. 4.
1. Radar warning sound - On / Off
2. Rear-view display setting - Brightness, Contrast,
Ratio, Saturation, Resolution.
3. Colorimetric parameter setting - Brightness,
Contrast.
4. Radar Interface display - On / Off
Radar Function
• Front & rear radar simulation view will appear
when vehicle is in Park mode.
• Some vehicles may install a 360° panoramic
camera. The reversing path can be turned off in
the System Setting.
Air Conditioning (A/C) Mode
Ensure device is connected to vehicle’s Air Conditioning system to enable A/C status to be reflected on the
device.
Device will automatically switch to A/C display
whenever A/C is being adjusted. The display will
appear with delay of at least 5sec before returning to
previous mode.
Right-view Mode (Optional)
• For vehicles with right-view camera, connect the
device’s right video input cable with video output
port of camera.
• When the vehicle’s right turn signal is on, the
screen will automatically switch to right-view
mode and return to previous mode when vehicle’s
right turn signal is off.
• For vehicles without these protocols, users can use
right-view detection line to control the right-view
camera to enable its right-view function.
Reverse Mode
Device will automatically switch to Radar Mode and
display reverse view when vehicle is reversing. Reverse
view will stop and return to previous mode when the
car is parked or moving.
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OPERATION
Steering Wheel Control (SWC)
This car radio is compatible with the following
Multi-Function Steering Wheel buttons:
VOL+ : Increase Volume
VOL- : Decrease Volume
SEEK+ : (Audio Mode) Next Song; (Radio Mode) Search
Radio Station backward
SEEK- : (Audio Mode) Previous Song; (Radio Mode)
Search Radio Station forward
MUTE : Mute the system
PHONE:
Press to receive incoming call / Press & hold to
1.
reject incomnig call.
Press to switch to PHONE mode when not
2.
receiving/dialing call / Press & hold to redial last
called number.
Press to end call during conversation to end call
3.
/ Press & hold to switch between Private Call /
Hands-free mode.
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OPERATION
SETUP
At HOME PAGE, select Setup or press 10 to go to
Setting.
Reverse Camera Type
OEM
Car info Display
1. Language : Set the corresponding radio language
(Simplified Chinese, English, Deutsch, French,
Russian, Spanish, Danish, Portugese, Traditional
Chinese, Italian, Greek).
2. Beep : Set whether there will be a beeping sound
when the touch screen is touched (On, Off)
3. Brightness : Set the brightness of the car radio
(Bright, Standard, Soft, Sleep)
4. Microphone : Switch between original/aftermarket
car microphone (Internal, External)
5. AC Tip : Set the duration to display the air
conditioning interface before returning to previous
interface (OFF, 3 seconds, 5 seconds, 8 seconds)
6. Reverse Sensor : Set to display the reverse radar
when the car reverse gear is engaged (On, Off)
7. Reversing Path : Set to display the reversing path
when the car reverse gear is engaged (On, Off)
8. Reverse Mute : Set to turn on/off the reversing
sound when the car reverse gear is engaged (On,
Off)
9. Warning Tone : Set to turn on/off the warning tone
when there’s object near to the car (On, Off)
10. Video-In-Motion : Set to turn on/off the capability
to play video while the car is in motion (On, Off)
11. Camera Video : Set the view of the reverse video
when the car reverse gear is engaged (Normal,
Mirror)
12. Right Camera : Set to turn on/off the right-view
lane changing system (On, Off)
System Setting
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OPERATION
13. Car Info Display : Set the duration after which the car
info will be displayed automatically on the car radio
(OFF, 3 min, 5 min, 8 min)
14. Factory Reset : To reset the car radio based on
original factory setting. User will need to confirm/cancel this action.
Caution: All user’s saved settings and info will be
deleted.
Navigation Setting
1. Background Music : Turn on/off the Navigator’s
background music. If this is off, no other audio
source will play when the Navigation interface is
running. (On, Off)
2. Navigation Path : Specify the correct navigation path
to be run by the car radio
3. GPS Information : Launch the Navigator’s Satellite
Signal-receiving Interface. This will detect whether
the car radio is able to receive satellite signal. If yes,
it means that GPS signal-receiving module is
working normally.
4. Navigation Update : User can copy the latest Map
into USB drive. Press this to upgrade the map (this
feature depends on the navigation software running
on the car radio).
Sound Setting
1. FADE-BALANCE : To enter balance adjustments for
4 speakers. Press any position in the seat volume
balance adjustment interface on the right part of
the EQ settings Main Interface, you can adjust the
left, right, front and rear volume allocation for
different seats.
2. EQ : Slide the bars and respectively to make
adjustments to Subwoofer, Bass, Mid and Treble.
Press the dropdown box to switch between for
eight preset equalizer settings (Flat, Pop, Classic,
Rock, Jazz, Techno, Optimal, User).
3. Loud : To turn on/off the speaker loudness (On, Off)
4. Restore Default EQ : To reset to the factory default
sound settings
Radio Setting
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OPERATION
1. Radio Region : Set the radio region (USA, China,
Europe, OIRT) (Jimmy, Smile says OIRT or OIRA is
Eastern Europe. But I can’t find both these
abbreviation on Google)
2. LOC/DX : Specify whether to detect local/far radio
stations (Distance, Local)
3. Stereo : To turn on/off the stereo (On, Off)
4. RDS : To turn on/off the car radio RDS feature (On,
Off). When RDS is enabled, you can respectively
press TA, AF, EON and CT to turn it On/Off (TA –
Traffic Announcement, AF – Alternative Frequency,
EON – Enhanced Other Network, CT – Clock Time).
Note: This function is only available for countries
with European RDS standards; for other countries,
please set this to Off to avoid functionalities issues
with the car radio.
Volume Setting
1. Press
and
to adjust the volume for each
of the audio features. The car radio will store the
new adjustments in its memory.
Time Setting
1. Setup Time : To set the car radio hour/minute
settings.
2. Setup Date : To set the car radio year/month/day
settings.
3. 24 Hour Format : Switch between 24-hour system
and 12-hour system.
4. Sync GPS Time : Switch between the car radio GPS
Time or internal time.
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GENERAL
Working Voltage .......................................................................12V
Working Voltage Range .............................................10.5-14.8
Maximum Working Current ................................................15A
Dimensions ....................................................................220 Width
of Higher Part (210 Width of Lower Part) x 130 x 175mm
Ground System .................................... Negative Electrode
of the Car-mounted Storage Battery
FM
Frequency Range ................................................87.5 - 108MHz
SNR ..............................................................................................60dB
Stereo Separation (1KHZ) ................................................≥30dB
Radio Station Search Level ......................................24±2dBuV
Degree of Distortion ..............................................................0.5%
AM
Frequency Range ...............................................522 - 1620MHz
Noise-Limited Sensitivity (S/N=20Db) ........................≥26dB
SNR ...............................................................................................55dB
DVD
SNR ..............................................................................................70dB
Frequency Response Range ..............................20Hz - 20kHz
Degree of Distortion .............................................................0.1%
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If any of the following problems happens to your system, please resort to Troubleshooting for possible solutions.
Consult Blaupunkt authorized dealer if problem persist.
Problems
Unable to start up
Possible Causes
The car key is not inserted into the ignition;
ignition is off.
Power Cable is not inserted into the main
body.
Burnt power fuse .
Exhausted car battery.
Audio cables are not properly connected
to the unit.
Mute setting is on.
Low volume.
No sound from front, rear, left and right
speakers due to Fade-Balance settings.
Unable to play the Disc The Disc is not inserted properly.
No sound
The Disc is scratched, distorted or stained.
The Disc is not readable by this system.
Dim screen or
black-&-white screen
while playing DVD
Slow in SD card
reading
No rear-view reverse
image
Unable to search
enough radio stations
or fix on a radio station
GPS is unable to
perform positioning
and Navigation
Unable to correctly
find the destination
Brightness, contrast ratio and color values
are excessively adjusted.
The pixel of the picture file exceeds this
system’s capacity.
SD card may contain corrupted files or a
virus.
The rear camera is not appropriately
connected with power supply.
Camera’s signal line is not well connected
with this radio.
Radio’s antenna is not well inserted.
Solutions
Insert the car key and turn on the ignition.
Insert the power cable.
Replace it with a new one of the same
specification.
Charge or replace the car battery.
Ensure proper connection of the audio
cables.
Unmute the volume.
Adjust the volume.
Press EQ, and enter “Sound Equalizer” menu
to adjust “left & right/front & rear balance”.
Re-insert the Disc and ensure orientation is
correct.
Replace it with a functioning disc.
Please confirm the format of the file saved in
the Disc, and make sure the Disc is playable.
Adjust brightness, color and contrast ratio
values, and make sure they are in normal
range.
Replace it with a new audio/video SD card
with compatible file formats.
Please check the camera’s power supply.
There is a red reverse power-supply line, and
it will automatically display 12V.
Insert the camera’s signal line into the
interface port of this machine.
Fix radio antenna installation.
Set up the map – Refer to the Navigation
section --> Initial Setup section in this
manual.
Re-insert GPS antenna properly
Move car to area where GPS signal reception
is better.
Update the Navigation Map.
Map has not been set up.
GPS antenna is not well inserted.
The car may arrive at a place where GPS
signal is blocked.
Blind Areas that are not covered by the
Navigation Map.
The destination keyed-in is not included in Confirm that the destination input is correct;
can try to input another name of the place,
the Navigator’s database.
or input any other landmark nearby.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
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SUPPORTED FORMAT
Format
Supports
RMVB
AVI
MOV
MP4
3GP
WMV
Video Format
MPG
VOB
MKV
FLV
h.263
H.264
MPEG4
FLAC
APE
WMA
Audio Format
MP3
ACC
OGG
Picture Format
JPEG
DVD
DVD-ROM
DVD Format
VCD
CD-ROM
CD-RW
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