Blaupunkt ACD 9430 User Manual

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Operating Instructions

ACD 9430

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Front Panel Description

1ON/OFF

Switch on the set by turning knob 1.

2AUD button (sound control/broader interior sound impression)

BAS – Adjustment of the low frequencies via buttons </> 7.

TRE – Adjustment of the high frequencies via buttons </> 7.

BAL – Adjustment of the left/right volume via buttons </> 7.

FAD – Adjustment of the front/rear volume via buttons </> 7.

3FM•T button (FrequencyModulation) FM button

This button is used for shifting between the different individual FM storage levels and T (Travelstore).

4ARI button

Use this button to activate the ARI function.

5MIX•lo•m button

CD:

Use this button to play the CD titles in an arbitrary order.

Radio:

Button to shift between the normal and high-sensitivitymanual station seek mode, and mono switch.

6• SRC button (Source)

To shift between the individual audio

sources, e.g. CD ♦ Radio ♦ CD.

By pressing the • SRC button 6for more than than 3 seconds, the CD is ejected.

7< > rocker switch Radio:

Automatic station selection

CD:

Skipping to next/previous title Pressing the rocker switch < > longer than 1 sec. activates fast forward (cue) or fast reverse (review).

8CD slot

Insert the CD with the label side showing to the top.

9 Display

:Preset buttons Storing a station:

Keep button depressed during radio operation until the station becomes audible again.

Recalling a station:

Press button briefly.

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Contents

 

Front Panel Description ...............

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Important information ..................

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What you need to know! .......................

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Traffic safety .........................................

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QuickOut ...............................................

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Installation/connection ..........................

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Anti-theftcoding ..........................

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Wrong code number entered ................

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Switching the code system on ..............

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Restart following interruption of power

 

supply ....................................................

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Switching the code system off ..............

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Amplifier Section ..........................

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ON/OFF ................................................

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Bass and Treble Control .......................

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Balance and Fader Control ...................

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Radio Section ...............................

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Selecting a Station ................................

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Tuning in a Station Automatically ..........

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Manual Tuning ......................................

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Adjusting the Station Seek Sensitivity ...

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Mono/Stereo Operation .........................

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Memorizing a Station ............................

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Automatically Storing the Strongest

 

Stations .................................................

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Activating a Stored Station ....................

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Traffic Messages (ARI) .........................

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Switching Traffic Messages On and Off 17

Acoustic Alarm ......................................

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ARI during CD Operation ......................

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Automatic Start of the Station Seek

 

Operation ..............................................

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CD Section ....................................

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Inserting the Disc ..................................

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Ejecting the Disc ...................................

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Title Selection/Cueing and Reviewing ..

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Mix Function ..........................................

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Changing the Audio Source with SRC ..

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Programming with DSC ...............

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Appendix .......................................

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Technical Data ......................................

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What To Do If Your Car Stereo Needs

 

Service? ................................................

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Important information

What you need to know!

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Before starting to use your new car radio you

 

should carefully read through the information

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on “Traffic safety” and “Anti-theftcoding”.

 

Traffic safety

 

Traffic safety has always priority. Use your

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always able to cope with and react to the

car radio in such a manner that you are

 

prevailing traffic situation at any given time.

 

 

Remember, even at 50 km/h you are still

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moving at a speed of 14 m per seconds.

 

It is also very important that you are able to

 

hear, and react to, acoustic warning signals

 

around you, for example from the police or

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the firebrigade.

 

Therefore, adjust the volume reasonably.

QuickOut

Using the QuickOut handle you can easily

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pull your radio out of the installation compart-

 

ment to take it along. The preset stations

 

remain stored for a longer time.

 

ESPAGÑOL

To take out the radio.

 

• press knob (a), take the handle (b) and

 

pull the unit out.

 

 

 

 

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This waiting time is 10 seconds after the first three attempts, and 1 hour following subsequent attempts.
If the power supply to the radio is interrupted while the code system is switched on, you need to know the right code number.
The radio will operate again as soon as you have entered the right code number.
If you lose your radio passport and have forgotten your code number, you will not be able to restart the set after the power supply has been interrupted. In this case, your radio can only be reset in our central customer service workshop or in one of our service agencies abroad.
Switching the code system on
Precondition:

 

Anti-theftcoding

To listen to the radio or cassette again,

The car radio comes standard with the code

• insert the set into the compartment until

system deactivated.

it stops and move the handle back to

If the anti-theftcoding system is on while the

the front panel.

power supply to the unit is interrupted (e.g.

If the coding system is off, your set will be

theft, disconnecting the car battery), the set is

ready for operation.

electronically blocked. Then it may only be

If the coding system is on, proceed as des-

used again after the appropriate code num-

cribed under “Restart following interruption

ber has been entered (see car radio pass-

of power supply”.

port).

Installation/connection

The code system can only be switched on and off, if the radio is connected to permanent power.

If you like to install your new car radio by yourself or add other audio components to the existing ones, then please read carefully the enclosed instructions on installation and connection.

Do not connect the loudspeaker outputs to ground!

Only use the accessory and replacement parts approved by Blaupunkt.

Wrong code number entered

It should not be possible for thieves to ascertain the code number by trial-and-error.This is why the set will be blocked for a certain period of time, if an incorrect code number is

entered. In this case, “- - -”will appear in the The radio must be connected to permanent

display.

power.

 

In order to switch the code system on:

After 19 unsuccessful attempts, “OFF” will appear in the display and the set can no

longer be restarted.

 

Note:

 

Turn the radio off.

Hold down the preset buttons 1 and4 simultaneously.

Turn the radio on.

“Cod” briefly appears before the radio begins to operate.

Keep you car radio passport with the code number in a safe place in order to avoid “unauthorized access” to your car radio.

• Release preset buttons 1 and4. The code system is on.

“Cod” will be briefly displayed each time the radio is turned on.

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Restart following interruption of

Now it is essential to enter the correct code

power supply

after the waiting period has elapsed (Cod in

(Code system switched on)

the display).

• Switch on the set.

If the radio is turned off before the waiting

period has elapsed, then the waiting period

“Cod” will appear in the display.

restarts as soon as the radio is turned on

• Briefly press preset button 1, “000” will

again.

appear in the display.

 

• Enter the code number given in the

Switching the code system off

Blaupunkt car radio passport:

• Turn off the radio.

Preset button 1 only allows to choose

• Simultaneously press preset buttons 1

“0” or “1”. The first “0” will not be dis-

played.

and 4 and hold them down.

Example: the code number is 0521.

• Turn the set on.

- Press preset button 1 until “000” ap-

“Cod” will appear in the display.

 

pears in the display.

• Enter the code number given in the

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Press preset button 2 five times,

Blaupunkt car radio passport and con-

 

“500” appears in the display.

 

firm: See example “Restart following

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Press preset button 3 twice, “520”

interruption …”.

 

appears in the display.

 

The code system is now deactivated.

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Press preset button 4 once, “521”

 

appears in the display.

• To confirm the code number: Press the upper part of the rocker switch.

Your car radio is now ready for operation.

If three dashes appear again in the display, you have entered a wrong code number.

Amplifier Section

ON/OFF

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To switch on the set:

Turn button 1clockwise.

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To switch off the set:

Turn button 1counterclockwise.

 

Bass and Treble Control

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Bass Control

 

To adjust the low frequencies:

 

• Press the AUD button 2.

 

 

Display 9 gives you bas plus a num-

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ber between -7and +7.

 

• Press rocker switch </> 7 on the right

 

to boost the bass frequencies or on the

 

 

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left for bass reduction. The number on

 

the display 9 changes between -7and

 

+7.

 

Treble Control

 

 

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• Press the AUD button 2until tre and a

To adjust the high frequencies:

 

number between -7and +7 appears on

 

 

the display.

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• Press rocker switch </> 7 on the right

 

to boost the high frequencies or on the

 

left for treble reduction. The number on

 

 

display 9 changes between -7and +7.

 

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Radio Section

Balance and Fader Control

Balance control

To balance the sound level left/right:

Press the AUD button 2until bal is

shown on the display.

Press rocker switch </> 7on the left or right to adjust the sound impression

according to your personal preferences. Display 9 gives you a number between -9and +9.

Fader control

To balance the front/rear sound level:

Press the AUD button 2until fad is

shown on the display.

Press rocker switch </> 7on the left or right to adjust the sound impression

according to your personal preferences. Display 9 gives you a number between -9and +9.

Selecting a Station

With your car radio you can select stations from the FM (ultra-shortwave) andFM-Tra-velstore level.

To select FM,

press the FM•T button 3briefly. “FM” lights up on display 9a.

To select FM-Travelstore,

press the FM•T button 3 briefly until “FM•T” is shown on display9b. For more information on this function

see chapter “Automatically Storing the Strongest Stations”.

Tuning in a Station Automatically

Tuning in the following station

Press the </> rocker switch 7 on the

Note:

If the rocker switch < > is kept depressed (on the left or right), the set quickly advances to the final values (+7/+9 or -7/-9)or to the “0” position.

right. The car stereo automatically starts searching for the next station.

Tuning in the previous station

Press the </> rocker switch 7 on the left. The car stereo automatically starts

searching for the previous station.

If the </> rocker switch 7 is kept depressed on the right or the left, the station seek operation continues to be

carried out quickly in the corresponding direction.

Manual Tuning

To manually tune in a station,

press the lo•m button 5 until “m” lights up on display 9f.

You can now manually search for the desired stations via the </> buttons 7.

Adjusting the Station Seek

Sensitivity

With this set you can modify the automatic station seek sensitivity in all wavebands.

If you want to search for strong stations only (reduced sensitivity):

Press the lo button 5until “lo” lights up on display 9e.

If you also want to search for weaker stations (increased sensitivity):

Press the lo button 5once again; the “lo” indication on display9e goes out.

Mono/Stereo Operation

If the lo•m button 5 is pressed longer than 2 secs. but less than 8 secs., the set switches over to mono and the stereo symbol (h) goes off.

If the lo•m button 5 is pressed longer than

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2 secs. but less than 8 secs., the set switches over to stereo and the stereo-symbol(h) lights up in the display.

When the car radio is switched on it is always in stereo mode.

Memorizing a Station

You can memorize two FM stations with each of the preset buttons :. Display 9a, b either indicates the FM storage level (“FM”) or the Travelstore level (“T”).

To memorize a station:

Tune in the desired broadcaster (see chapter Tuning in a Station Automatically/Manual Tuning) first. Now press one of the preset buttons :until the radio resumes play (approx. 2 seconds). The station is now stored.

Note:

If you tune to an FM station already stored on the storing levels FM or Travelstore, the coresponding storing level and the preset button will flash in the display.

Automatically Storing the Strongest Stations

(Travelstore)

With Travelstore, you have the opportunity to automatically store the 5 strongest FM stations of your respective area and have them

sorted according to their signal strength. The strongest station is then stored on preset button 1, the second strongest on preset button 2, etc. This feature is of special use while travelling.

Press the FM•T button 3 for at least two seconds.

The set searches for the strongest FM stations and memorizes them on the “T” storage level (Travelstore). Once the process is finished, the car radio automatically tunes in to the strongest station.

If required, it is also possible to manually store a station on the Travelstore level. If less than 5 stations can be received, the free buttons are briefly represented by dashes.

Activating a Stored Station

If required, the memorized stations can be activated at a keystroke.

For this, choose the FM or T storage level and briefly

press the respective preset button :.

Traffic Messages (ARI)

Many FM stations broadcast local traffic messages at regular intervals. These stations can easily be detected with the ARI system. A traffic station is identified by the

“SK” indication on display9g (“SK” stands for the German equivalent for “station identification”).

Switching Traffic Messages On and Off

The ARI function is switched on by pressing the ARI button 4. Display 9c will then give you the “ARI” indication. When listening to a station without the ARI identification, an audible alarm tone will be produced after approximately 3 seconds.

Acoustic Alarm

When leaving the coverage area of the tuned in station, your car radio automatically sends out an acoustic alarm after approximately 30 seconds. This alarm tone is also produced when pressing a preset button with a nonARI station allocated to it.

ARI during CD Operation

This set offers you the opportunity to listen to a compact disk and at the same time be prepared for incoming traffic messages.

When such a message comes in, the CD title will be muted until the message is over.

To select this ARI preference during CD reproduction,

shift to the radio mode using the SRC button 6.

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Now press the ARI button 4. The ARI indication lights up on display 9 c.

Then tune in to one of the traffic stations of your area.

Switch over to CD operation by either

inserting a disk, or - if a CD is already inserted by

pressing the SRC button 6.

CD reproduction will be interrupted as soon as a traffic message is “put through”. When leaving the coverage area of the tuned in traffic station, your car stereo will automatically start searching for a new one.

If no ARI station is found after having scanned the frequency band several times, the system sends out an alarm tone.

In this case switch off the ARI function by

pressing button 4. The alarm tone stops.

Automatic Start of the Station Seek Operation (CD play)

Your set will also automatically start seeking for a new traffic station when leaving the coverage area of the tuned in traffic programme while listening to a disk. An alarm tone is sent out during the search operation.

CD Section

Inserting the Disk

With this set you can play the normal standard CDs without having to use an adapter:

Switch the set on.

Insert the CD (label side up) without applying force.

The disk is automatically pulled into the unit to reach the playing position. Once it has been fed in, reproduction starts.

Review (Fast backward):

Keep depressed the left side of the rocker switch </> 7 for more than than 1 second.

Mix Function

Press the Mix button 5to listen to the titles in an arbitrary order.

When Mix is on, the “Mix” indication lights up on display 9j.

Ejecting the Disk

• To eject the disk, keep the • SRC button 6depressed at least 2 sec.

Never block or support the CD mechanism in any way, since this would damage the set.

Title Selection/Cueing and Reviewing

After the CD has been inserted into the set, „Cd“ lights up on display9. The display indication 9 i changes to “T1” (Track 1) after approx. 5 seconds. You can skip or repeat titles by using the </> buttons 7.

Changing the Audio Source with SRC

You can shift between the connected audio sources in the order CD ♦ Radio ♦ CD. To switch over to another audio source during CD operation,

press the SRC button 6.

The set changes to radio operation.

Cue (Fast forward):

Keep depressed the right side of the rocker switch </> 7 for more than than 2 second.

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Programming with DSC Appendix

The car radio’s DSC function (Direct Software Control) allows you to adjust the seek tuning sensitivity for FM and the volume of ARI traffic messages.

Adjusting the seek tuning sensitivity:

Press the lo•m 5 button longer than

8 secs. The display gives you “lo” and a number between 1 and 3.

Adjust the sensitivity using the rocker switch < > 7.

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high sensitivity

3

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normal sensitivity

To store the adjustment,

press th lo•m button once again.

For setting the volume of ARI traffic messages,

press the ARI button 4longer than

8 secs. The display indicates “L” and a number between 1 and 9.

Use the rocker switch < > 7to adjust the volume of traffic messages

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low volume

9

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high volume

To store the adjustment,

Technical Data

Amplifier:

 

Output power:

4 x 8 watts acc. to DIN

 

45324/3.1

FM:

 

Frequency

 

response:

50 - 16 000 Hz (-3dB)

CD:

 

Frequency

 

response:

20 - 20 000 Hz (-3dB)

Preamp-Out:

Output impedance

 

150 Ω

What to Do If Your Car Stereo Needs Service?

Whenever your car radio fails to operate properly and therefore requiring repair by an authorized service centre, please do not forget to take the car radio passport along with you.

press the ARI button once again.

Modifications reserved!

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