Blaupunkt ACAPULCO Acapulco CD51 User Manual

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Acapulco CD51

Operating instructions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ITALIANO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SVENSKA

 

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OPERATING ELEMENTS

1button for unlatching the removable release panel

2Volume control

3Button for switching the device on/off and for muting the device

4RDS button for switching the RDS (Radio Data System) convenience function on/off and for selecting display of running texts

5BND button (band) for the selection of the radio source Switches between FM memory levels and the MW and LW wavebands

TS starts the Travelstore function

6Display

7button to display clock timeDIS changes display contents

8MENU button, which calls up the basic settings menu

9button for opening the fliprelease panel

:Arrow buttons

;OK button to confirm menu entries and start scan function

<DEQ+ button (Digital Equalizer) to switch equalizer on/off

=AUD button (Audio) for adjusting bass, treble, balance and faderLD switches loudness function(hearing-weightedvolume adaptation) on/off

>Buttons 1 -6

?TRAF button (Traffic) to switch traffic news reception on/off

@CD•C button for choosing between CD,CD-changer(if connected) and AUX

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Notes and Accessories ..........

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Road Safety ..................................

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Fitting ............................................

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Accessories ..................................

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Release Panel ........................

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Switching On and Off .............

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Volume Adjustment ................

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Setting Switch-OnVolume .............

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Immediate Volume Reduction (Mute) 38

Adjusting Muted Volume ................

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Telephone Audio/Navigation Audio . 38

Automatic Sound ...........................

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Adjusting the Volume of the

 

Confirmation Tone .........................

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Radio Operation .....................

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Switching on Radio Operation .......

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RDS Convenience Function

 

(AF, REG) .....................................

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Selecting Waveband/Memory Level

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Setting the Station .........................

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Adjusting Station Search Sensitivity

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Saving Stations .............................

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Saving Stations Automatically

 

(Travelstore) ..................................

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Going to Pre-setStations ..............

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Sampling Available Stations

 

(SCAN) .........................................

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Setting Scan Time .........................

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Program Type (PTY) ......................

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Optimising Radio Reception ..........

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Select Display of Running Texts .....

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Adjusting the Display .....................

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Deactivating Wavebands ...............

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Traffic Information ..................

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

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Starting CD Operation ..................

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Selecting a Track ...........................

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Fast Search (Audible) ....................

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Playing Tracks in

 

Random Sequence (MIX) ..............

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Sampling Tracks (SCAN) ..............

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Repeating Tracks (REPEAT) ..........

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Pausing During Play ......................

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Changing Display Contents ...........

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Traffic Announcements in

 

CD Mode ......................................

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Naming CDs .................................

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Removing CD from Player .............

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CD Changer Operation ..........

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Starting CD Changer Operation ....

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Selecting a CD ..............................

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Selecting a Track ...........................

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Fast Search (Audible) ....................

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Changing Display Contents ...........

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Repeat Playing Tracks or

 

Whole CDs (REPEAT) ...................

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Playing Tracks in

 

Random Sequence (MIX) ..............

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Sampling All Tracks on All CDs

 

(SCAN) .........................................

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Pausing During Play ......................

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Naming CDs .................................

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CLOCK Time ...........................

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Tone and Volume Controls .....

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Loudness ................................

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Equalizer ................................

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External Audio Sources .........

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TMC for Dynamic Navigation

 

Systems .................................

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Technical data ........................

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Guarantee ..............................

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Installation instructions ........

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NOTES AND ACCESSORIES

Thank you for choosing a Blaupunkt product. We hope you will enjoy your new equipment.

Please read these instructions before using for the first time. Blaupunkt’s editors are constantly working to write clear, generally understandable instructions for use. If you still have questions about how to use your equipment, please refer to your dealer or to your country’s telephone hotline.You will find the telephone numbers on the back of this booklet.

Road Safety

Road safety has top priority. Only make adjustments to your car radio when traffic conditions allow. Familiarise yourself with the device before you start driving.

You must be able to hear audible alarms from police vehicles, fire engines or ambulances promptly inside the vehicle.

You should therefore listen at an appropriate volume when travelling.

Fitting

If you want to fit your car radio yourself, read the fitting and connecting instructions at the end of this guide.

Accessories

Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt.

Remote control

The optional RC 08 and RC 10 remote control units allow you to control your car radio’s basic functions safely and conveniently from the steering wheel.

Amplifiers

Any Blaupunkt amplifier can be used.

CD Changers

The following Blaupunkt CD changers can be connected:

CDC A 06, CDC A 08, CDC A 072 or IDC A 09.

Using an adapter cable (Blaupunkt No. 7 607 889 093) you can also connect the CDC A 05 or CDC A 071 CD changers.

Subwoofer

You may connect an active bass loudspeaker (subwoofer) to your device. This is done using a Blaupunkt connection cable (Blaupunkt No.: 7 607 609 093) available from your accessory dealer.

For further information, please consult the installation guide at the back of this guide.

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RELEASE PANEL

Release Panel

Theft Protection

Your device has a removable flip-releasepanel to protect it from theft.Without this panel, the unit is of no value to a thief.

Protect your device from theft by taking the release panel with you whenever you leave the vehicle. Do not leave the panel in the car, even in a hidden place. The release panel is designed for easy handling.

Note:

Do not drop the panel.

Do not expose the panel to direct sunshine or any other source of heat.

Always carry the panel in the case provided.

Avoid touching the contacts on the panel with your skin. If necessary, clean the contacts using a lint-freecloth dipped in alcohol.

Removing the Release Panel

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Press the button 1. The panel unlatches.

Pull the panel off the device, first straight forward and then to the left.

When the release panel has been separated from the device, it switches itself off.

All current settings are saved.

If a CD has been inserted, it remains in the device.

Attaching the Release Panel

Push the panel into the guides on the device from left to right.

Push the left hand side of the panel into the device until it engages.

Note:

Do not press the display as you insert the panel.

If the device was switched on when the panel was removed, it will switch itself back on automatically with the last settings (radio, CD, CD-changeror AUX) as soon as the panel is replaced.

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SWITCHING ON AND OFF

Switching On and Off

The device can be switched on and off in the following ways:

Switching On and Off with the Vehicle Ignition

If the device is correctly connected to the vehicle ignition, and has not been switched off with button 3, it is switched on and off along with the ignition.

To switch the device on when the ignition is off:

Press button 3.

Note:

To protect the vehicle battery, the device is automatically switched off after one hour if the vehicle ignition is off.

Switching On / Off with the Release Panel

Remove the release panel. The device switches off.

Replace the release panel.

The device switches on. The most recent settings (radio, CD, CD-changeror AUX) are restored.

Switching On / Off with Button 3

Press button 3to switch on.

To switch off, hold button 3 pressed for longer than 2 seconds.

The device switches off.

Switching on by Inserting a CD

If there is no CD in the device when it is switched off:

Press the button 9. The flip release panel opens.

Push the CD gently into the device, printed side up, until you feel it stop.

The CD is then automatically drawn into the device.

While the CD is being drawn in, do not push or pull it.

Close the panel with a gentle push until it locks.

The device switches on. The CD starts playing.

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VOLUME ADJUSTMENT

Volume Adjustment

The volume can be adjusted in steps from 0 (off) up to 66 (maximum).

To increase the volume, turn the volume control 2to the right.

To reduce the volume, turn the volume control 2to the left.

Setting Switch-OnVolume

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the button :until “ON VOLUME” appears in the display.

Adjust the switch-onvolume with thebuttons :.

If you set “0”, then whatever volume was in use before the device was switched off will be reactivated.

Risk of serious injury! If the level ofswitch-onvolume is set to maximum, the volume when switching on may be very high.

If the volume was set to maximum before switching off, and the value for the switch-onvolume is set to “0”, the volume when switching on can be very high.This can damage hearing!

When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 orOK ;.

Immediate Volume Reduction (Mute)

You can reduce the volume immediately (mute) to a pre-setlevel.

Press button 3briefly.

“MUTE” appears in the display.

Adjusting Muted Volume

The mute level is adjusted as follows:

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the button :until “MUTE LEVEL” appears in the display.

Adjust the mute level with the buttons :.

When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 orOK ;.

Telephone Audio/Navigation

Audio

If your car radio is connected to a mobile telephone or navigation system, then when the telephone is taken “off the hook”, or when the navigation system is speaking, the car radio is muted. The telephone conversation or speech output are reproduced via the car radio speakers.This requires the mobile telephone or navigation system to be connected to the car radio as described in the installation instructions.

Your Blaupunkt dealer can tell you which navigation systems can be used with your car radio.

If a traffic announcement is received during a telephone call, or while the navigation system is speaking, the traf-

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VOLUME ADJUSTMENT

fic announcement is not reproduced until the call or the speech output has finished.

If a call is received or if the navigation system begins speaking during a traffic announcement, the announcement is reproduced. The telephone call or speech output can be heard when the traffic announcement has finished.

The volume at which navigation output or telephone calls start is adjusted as follows:

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the button :until “TEL/ NAVI VOL” appears in the display.

Set the desired volume with the buttons :.

When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 orOK ;.

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You can adjust the volume level of telephone calls and of speech output as

they are made with the volume control

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Automatic Sound

This function adjusts the volume of your car radio automatically to your driving speed. This requires your device to be connected as described in the installation guide.

The automatic volume booster can be set in six stages (0-5).

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the button :until “AUTO SOUND” appears in the display.

Set the volume adjustment with the buttons :.

When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 orOK ;.

Note:

The right speed-adjustedvolume setting depends on noise levels inside your car.Try various values(0-5)until you find the best setting.

Adjusting the Volume of the

Confirmation Tone

With certain functions, if you hold a button pressed for longer than 2 seconds (e.g. when saving a station frequency on a station button) a confirmation tone (or beep) is heard.To adjust the volume level of the beep:

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the button :until “BEEP” appears in the display.

Set the desired volume with the buttons :.

“0” means no beep, “9” means maximum beep volume.

When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 orOK ;.

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RADIO OPERATION

Radio Operation

This device is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many FM stations transmit an additional signal containing extra information such as station name and program type (PTY).

As soon as it can be received, the name of the station is shown in the display.

Switching on Radio Operation

If the current operating mode is CD, CDchanger or AUX

Press the BND/TS button 5.

RDS Convenience Function

(AF, REG)

The RDS convenience functions AF (alternative frequency) and REG (regional) extend your radio’s functional power.

AF: If the RDS convenience function has been activated, the device automatically switches to the best frequency on which the chosen station can be received.

REG: Some stations divide their programs at certain times into regional programs with different content. The REG function prevents the car radio from switching to alternative frequencies with different program content.

Note:

REG must be separately activated or deactivated in the menu.

Switching REG On / Off

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the button :until

“REG ON “ or “REG OFF “ appears in the display.

To turn REG on or off, press the orbutton :.

Press the MENU button 8or

OK ;.

Switching RDS Convenience

Function On / Off

To use the RDS convenience func-

tions AF and REG, press the RDS button 4.

The RDS convenience functions are active if the RDS symbol shows in the display. When the RDS convenience functions are switched on “REG ON” or “REG OFF” flashes up.

Selecting Waveband / Memory

Level

This radio receives stations in the VHF (FM) waveband as well as MW and LW (AM) stations. (The MW and LW wavebands can be deactivated. For more details, consult the section on “Deactivating Wavebands” at the end of this chapter).Three memory levels are available for the FM waveband, and one memory level each is available for the MW and LW bands.

Six stations can be stored in each memory level.

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