Blaupunkt 520 User Manual

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Audio System Handbook

Blaupunkt 520

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Security Code

Your radio includes an electronically coded security system. This security system relies on an unique PIN code to enable operation of your radio. The number only needs to be entered if the car's battery has been disconnected or if the radio has been removed from the car. Please refer to the security release procedure.

If an incorrect PIN code is entered, the radio will not operate, and there will be a time delay before the PIN code can be re-entered.

DO NOT SWITCH OFF THE RADIO DURING THE WAITING TIME.

The waiting time is approximately 10 seconds for the first 2 attempts, then 10 minutes, and up to 11 hours by the tenth attempt. The number of attempts remaining is shown in the display.

After the tenth attempt 'DEALER' appears in the display and the set is blocked. Contact your Holden Retailer to put the set back into operation.

Because the PIN code is the only means of enabling operation of the radio, we recommend that the Security Card is kept in a safe location.

DO NOT LEAVE IT IN THE GLOVEBOX OF YOUR CAR.

The PIN code should also be written down and kept with other important documents.

If your card is lost, and the PIN code is not recorded elsewhere, the PIN can be requested from your Holden Retailer, after supplying the requested ownership information. There may be a charge for this service.

Please note:

For added security a small red light on the radio blinks while the ignition is off.

Security Release Procedure

Radio PIN Code:

1.Switch on ignition.

2.Switch on the radio, if turned off.

3.The display shows 'CODE'.

4.Press and hold AS button 8, until a beep is heard and release the AS-button.

The display shows '10 _ _ _ _', which indicates that you have ten attempts left at entering the correct PIN code.

5.Enter the PIN code (see Security Card) with preset buttons 1,2,3 and4.

Example:

If the PIN code belonging to the radio is 3650.

Display:

Press preset button 1 4 times 10 3 _ _ _

Press preset button 2 7 times 10 3 6 _ _

Press preset button 3 6 times 10 3 6 5 _

Press preset button 4 1 time 10 3 6 5 0

6.Press AS button 8 until a beep is heard and the radio starts operating.

If a wrong PIN code has been entered the display will show '9 SAFE'. After the waiting time '9 _ _ _ _' will be shown on the display indicating that there are nine attempts left. The correct code should now be entered.

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Entertainment

This handbook contains all the information you will need to operate the in-carentertainment equipment fitted in your Holden car. It is recommended that you read this handbook as this will greatly assist in obtaining the best performance from your system.

There are also sections on radio reception and care and maintenance of your CD's. We wish you many hours of pleasurable listening.

Contents

 

Security Code ............................................

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In Car

 

Entertainment ............................................

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Contents ....................................................

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Overview ....................................................

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Switching on/off .........................................

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Volume Control ..........................................

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Tone Control ..............................................

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Radio .........................................................

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Storing Stations .........................................

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Radio Reception ........................................

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CD Operation ............................................

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Steering Wheel

 

Mounted Remote Controls ......................

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Additional Features ..................................

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Car Telephone .........................................

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Master Reset ...........................................

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Overview

Controls

No. Symbol

Function

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CD eject

2 CD

CD on / Pause selector

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CD mode: Track scan

4 TR RPT

CD mode: Track repeat

5 TR RDM

CD mode: Random track play

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CD loading slot

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Radio mode:

 

 

 

Local/Distance selector

8 AS

Radio mode:

 

 

 

Automatic storing of radio

 

 

 

stations

9 AM

AM /FM Band selection

FM

 

: ON

Press to switch radio on/off

; <TUNE/

Radio mode: Manual tuning

TRACK>

CD mode: Track selection

< <<SEEK>> Radio mode: Seek tuning

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Memory Preset stations

 

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Volume control: Turn

 

Audio menu: Push (Bass /

 

Treble / Fader / Balance

 

selector)

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Security indicator light

Steering Wheel Mounted Remote Controls (if fitted)

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Radio mode:

 

Seek tuning upwards

 

CD mode:

 

Select next track / cue

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Radio mode:

 

Seek tuning downwards

 

CD mode:

 

Select previous track / review

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Radio mode:

 

Station preset selection

 

CD mode:

 

Restart CD at beginning

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Increase volume,

 

Audio menu: Increase setting

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Decrease volume,

 

Audio menu: Decrease setting

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Source select:

 

FM1 - FM2 - AM - CD - FM1

 

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FM AS etc. respectively)

 

Audio menu:

 

Bass - Treble - Fader - Balance

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Switching on/off

On/Off (using ignition key)

When the car's ignition is switched off and the key removed, the radio (if operating) will be switched off. When the ignition is switched on again the radio will also be switched on.

On/Off (without ignition key)

The radio can also be switched on and off without using the car's ignition key by pressing the on/off button :. The radio will operate for approximately 1 hour. Once this period has elapsed the radio automatically switches off and will not operate until the on/off button : is pressed again.

The radio can be turned on (if off) with the following buttons/operation:

ON button :

AM FM button 9

CD button 2

CD insertion

Volume Control

Volume

Turning the knob > clockwise will increase the level, turning it anticlockwise will decrease the level.

Press knob > to activate and change Audio mode (Bass - Treble - Fader - Balance). The active mode will be shown on the display. After 2 seconds the display will return to former mode.

Please note:

When the radio is turned on, it will return to the volume level that was last used, unless this level exceeds a factory predetermined limit, in which case it will resume at this limit.

This predetermined limit can be changed by your Holden retailer.

Fader Control

To shift sound towards the rear or front, press the audio selector (Volume knob) three times, to select the Fader mode. This will be confirmed on the display by 'FADER' with the current setting. While in this mode, turn selector knob clockwise or anti-clockwiseto shift the sound towards the front or rear. After 2 seconds the display will return to the former mode.

If there are only front speakers fitted to the vehicle (check with your retailer) then adjusting the fader function to the rear will not produce any sound.

Balance

To shift the sound towards the right or the left press the audio selector (Volume knob) four times, to select the Balance mode.

This will be confirmed on the display by 'BALANCE' with the current setting. While in this mode, turn selector knob clockwise or anti-clockwiseto shift the sound towards the right or left. After 2 seconds the display will return to the former mode.

Tone Control

Independent Tone Memories

This radio is equipped with Independent Tone Memories. Bass and Treble can be independently set for each listening mode such as AM, FM, CD and Telephone.

In addition, volume, fader and balance can be adjusted in Telephone mode without affecting these settings in Radio or CD mode.

Bass

Press the audio selector (Volume knob) once, to select the Bass mode. This will be confirmed on the display by 'BASS' with the current setting. While in this mode, turn the selector knob clockwise or anti-clockwiseto adjust the bass to the desired level. After 2 seconds the display will return to the former mode.

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Treble

Press the audio selector (Volume knob) twice, to select the Treble mode. This will be confirmed on the display by 'TREBLE' with the current setting. While in this mode, turn the selector knob clockwise or anticlockwise to adjust the treble to the desired level. After 2 seconds the display will return to the former mode.

Radio

Selecting Waveband

AM Band:

Press AM/FM button 9 to select AM band.

FM Band:

Press AM/FM button 9 to select FM band or to switch between FM1, FM2 and AM.

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Station on AM Band

FM 105.9

Station on FM Band

Stereo Broadcast:

When a stereo broadcast is received on FM, the stereo indicator '' appears in the display. In case of poorfield-strengththe radio automatically switches to mono but the '' indicator may still be shown on the display.

Tuning-in a station

You can tune-instations in different ways:

Automatic seek

Manual seek

Auto-store(AS)

Automatic Seek Tuning

This function seeks radio stations automatically. Press button SEEK>> < to automatically select the next higher frequency radio station. Press button

<<SEEK < to automatically select the next lower frequency radio station. During this operation, the radio is muted. As the radio can seek weak and noisy distant radio stations, it is recommended to switch the radio to 'local' mode.

To do this, press LOC button 7. The current mode ('LOCAL ON' or 'LOCAL OFF') is displayed. Press the LOC button 7 again to switch between 'LOCAL ON' or

'LOCAL OFF' mode.

LOCAL ON

In LOCAL ON mode, the radio will first search for strong stations. If no strong station can be found it will search for any receivable station.

In LOCAL OFF mode the radio will search for any receivable station (useful in areas where there are no strong stations).

The LOCAL ON/OFF setting does not affect the AS function (refer to section 'Automatic Storing' elsewhere in this handbook).

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Manual tuning

To tune-instations of which the frequency is known, press and hold one of the tuning buttons TUNE> ; or <TUNE ;.

Fast tuning starts and will continue until you release the button. During this operation the radio is muted.

Briefly tap tuning button TUNE> ; or <TUNE ; to move in steps of 9 kHz for AM or 0.1 MHz for FM until the right frequency is displayed.

Storing Stations

Storage locations for 30 stations are available.

6 x FM1

6 x FM2

6 x AM

6 x FM AS

(Automatically-StoredFM stations)

6 x AM AS

(Automatically-StoredAM stations)

Storing a Radio Station into a Preset

1.Select the required waveband, AM, FM1 or FM2 by button AM/FM 9.

2.Tune to the desired station by means of:

Automatic seek tuning or

Manual tuning

3.Press and hold the desired preset buttons 1 to 6 (=) until the radio is

briefly muted or beep is heard (if beeps are turned on), indicating that the chosen radio station is stored into the preset.

During the storing process the currently stored station is shown.

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FM Station stored on Preset 1

The previously stored station is then replaced and the selected preset number '1 to 6' appears in the display.

4.Program the other preset buttons in the same way.

5.Repeat the above mentioned operation for the other wavebands AM, FM1 and FM2.

Automatic Storing (AS)

This feature allows the storage of an extra 6 AM and 6 FM radio stations. It is of great benefit when away from the home location, as the strongest radio stations can be stored without knowing their frequency, and does not delete the stations already stored on FM1, FM2 or AM bands.

Programming by Automatic Storing

Select the desired waveband with the AM/ FM button 9.

Press AS button 8 for at least 2 seconds until the audio is briefly muted or beep is heard (if beeps are turned on). Search tuning starts. 'AS' appears in the display.

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AS

Search tuning during Auto-Store

After the Auto-Storeprocess has finished, the six strongest stations in this reception area are stored. The radio will play the station stored on preset 1.

If you have travelled beyond the range of the stored stations, you may wish to repeat the process again to store new strong stations.

To alternate between the AS radio stations and your normally stored radio stations (on FM1, FM2 or AM), briefly press the button AS 8.

Whenever you are using the AM AS or the FM AS bands, 'AS' will also be shown in the display.

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AS

Station on FM AS Stored on Preset 4

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