Blaupunkt ALABAMA DJ SEATTLE RDM 169 User Manual

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Alabama DJ

Seattle RDM 169

Tokyo RDM 169

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Table of contents

Quick Reference ...........................

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RC 08 remote control unit ...........

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Important notes ............................

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

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

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Installation .............................................

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Telephone mute ....................................

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

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

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International telephone information ......

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KeyCard theft protection system 50

Putting the unit into operation ..............

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Removing the KeyCard ........................

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“Training” a second KeyCard/

 

Replacing a KeyCard ............................

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Displaying the radio pass data .............

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Short Additional Memory (S.A.M.) ........

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Turn On Message (T.O.M.) ..................

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Optical display as theft protection ........

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Care of your KeyCard ...........................

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Lost or damaged KeyCard ...................

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Training the new KeyCard ....................

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Making mistakes in the entry ................

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Selecting the operating mode .....

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Optimising display legibility .......

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Radio operation with RDS ...........

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AF - Alternative frequency ....................

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REG - regional program .......................

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Selecting a waveband ..........................

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Station tuning ........................................

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Scrolling through the broadcasting

 

networks (FM only) ...............................

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Changing the memory bank (FM) ........

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Storing stations .....................................

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Automatically storing the strongest

 

stations with Travelstore .......................

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Recalling stored stations ......................

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Scanning stored stations with

 

Preset Scan ..........................................

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Scanning stations with Radio Scan ......

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Changing the scan time ........................

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Selecting the seek tuning sensitivity ....

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Switching from stereo to mono (FM) ....

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Automatic bandwidth adjustment

 

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PTY - Program Type .............................

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Program type ........................................

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Traffic information station

 

reception with RDS-EON .............

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Traffic announcement priority on/off ....

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Warning beep .......................................

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Automatic seek tuning start ..................

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Adjusting the volume for traffic

 

announcements and the warning beep . 61

CD operation / CD changer

 

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Inserting a CD .......................................

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Removing a CD ....................................

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Switching on CD operation ...................

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Switching on CD changer operation .....

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Selecting the display mode ..................

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Selecting CDs and titles .......................

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Repeating tracks/CDs ...........................

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TPM (Track Program Memory) .............

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MIX ........................................................

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SCAN ....................................................

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Entering CD names ..............................

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Deleting CD names/TPM with

 

DSC UPDATE .......................................

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Clock - Time ..................................

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Setting the clock ...................................

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Displaying the clock ..............................

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Correcting the clock after the power

 

has been disconnected .........................

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Deactivating the hour correction

 

function .................................................

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Setting the equaliser ....................

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Notes on making the settings ...............

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Setting recommendations on the

 

Internet ..................................................

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Assistance in setting your equaliser .....

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DSC programming .......................

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Overview of the DSC factory settings ..

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Specifications ...............................

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Glossary -

 

Technical Terminology ................

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Index ..............................................

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Installation and

 

connection instructions ............

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Quick Reference

1Unlocking the fold-downoperating panel

It is possible to insert or remove the KeyCard and the CD when the operat-

ing panel is unlocked.

To unlock the panel press 1, the operating panel will fold down. The operating panel cannot be removed. Do not use the panel as a rest or shelf.

To lock the panel, push it back into its starting position (arrow 3).

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For safety’s sake, the operating panel must remain locked when the vehicle is in motion.

When you leave the vehicle, unlock the panel and remove the KeyCard to protect the equipment against theft.

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Switching the unit on:

With the KeyCard inserted, press ON briefly.

The unit will begin to play in the operating mode selected last at the pre-setvolume.

To switch off the unit:

Press ON for approx. 1 second.

The viewing angle of the display can be adjusted individually to ensure optimum legibility. If necessary, refer to the section on “Optimising the display legibility”.

Switching the sound on/off:

Press ON briefly. When the sound has been switched off, “MUTE” will appear in the display.

The sound can be switched on again by turning the volume knob 3.

Switching the unit on/off with the KeyCard:

The unit switches on or off when the KeyCard is inserted or removed. Refer to section @ in the Quick Reference on the KeyCard theft protection system.

Switching the unit on/off with the ignition:

If the unit has been connected accordingly, it can be switched on and off with the car ignition.

After you switch off the ignition, a double beep will sound to remind you to remove the KeyCard and take it with you.

Switching the unit on with the ignition switched off:

After you have switched off the ignition (KeyCard is inserted in the unit), you can continue to operate the unit as follows:

After the double beep press ON. The unit will switch on.

After the unit has played for an hour it will switch off automatically to prevent the car battery from running down.

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Quick Reference

3Adjusting the volume

Turn the knob to adjust the volume as desired.

The volume level selected will appear in the display. When the unit is switched on, it will automatically play at the pre-setvolume (ON VOL).

It is possible to adjust the ON VOL (refer to “DSC programming - ON VOL”).

4Softkeys / Display

Softkey = key with different functions The functions which appear in the display can be selected.

Radio operation

While listening to the radio you can press TU to switch between menu level 1 and menu level 2.

The unit will return to menu level 1 automatically 8 seconds after the last key is pressed.

Menu level 1

Station keys and memory levels

NEXT - FM

Switches between the memory levels for FM I, FM II, FM T.

NEXT - AM (MW, LW)

Switches between the MW and LW wavebands.

ST1 - ST6

On this memory level it is possible to store radio stations on the FM levels I, II and “T” on the keys marked ST1 to ST6. 6 stations each can be stored for the MW and LW wavebands.

Storing a radio station - Press one of the station keys from ST1 to ST6 until it is possible to hear the program again (beep).

Recalling a radio station - Select the desired waveband. For FM press NEXTto select the memory level required and press the corresponding station key briefly.

Menu level 2

Adjusting the radio functions

NEXT - FM

Switches between the memory levels for FM I, FM II, FM T.

NEXT - AM (MW, LW)

Switches between the MW and LW wavebands.

BND

Selects the waveband and memory level (FM I, FM II, FM T, MW, LW).

SCA - Scan

a) PTY is switched off

(lettering is lit normally, not highlighted in the display)

Press SCA briefly (Radio Scan) - “SCAN” will flash in the display alternately with the abbreviation for the station being scanned. All of the radio stations within reception range will be scanned.

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Press SCA for approx. 1 second (Preset Scan) -

You will hear a beep and “SCAN” will flash in the display alternately with the abbreviation for the station being scanned. The radio stations which have been stored on the station keys and which are currently within reception range will be scanned.

Stopping Radio Scan / Preset Scan: Press SCA or the rocker switch once again.

b) PTY is switched on

(lettering is highlighted in the display)

Press SCA -

the stations broadcasting the programs for the PTY program type selected will be scanned.

AF (AlternativeFrequency for RDS operation)

If “AF” is highlighted in the display, the radio will automatically search for a

frequency with better reception for the station you are tuned into.

AF on/off: Press TU to select menu level 2 and pressAF briefly.

EXIT

Press this key briefly to end or cancel an adjustment.

ENT (Enter)

Press this key briefly to accept or store an adjustment.

TS (Travelstore)

If you press TS, the radio will switch to FMT from any other waveband. The six stations with the strongest reception will be stored automatically. After the stations have been stored, the radio will tune into the station with the best reception and begin to play.

PTY

(ProgramType)

With PTY the station keys become program type keys.

“PTY” must be highlighted in the display (press PTY if necessary).

Now it is possible to select a program type such as NEWS, SPORT, POP, and store it on one of the station keys.

Press << >> to activate the PTY program types and press the station keys to store them (press the key for approx. 2 seconds, until you hear a beep).

REG (Regional function)

This function is active when “REG” is highlighted in the display.

REG on/off: Press TU to select menu level 2 and pressREG briefly.

If necessary, refer to the section on REG - Regional in the more detailed instructions.

CD and changer operation

Use the corresponding softkeys to select MIX, SCAN, RPT (Repeat) and TPM in CD and changer operation.

MIX

CD tracks will be played in random order.

Press the MIX key to select the following functions:

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Quick Reference

-MIX CD = the tracks on the CD will be played in random order.

If you are using a CD changer, the CDs will be selected in numerical order and the tracks in random order.

-MIX MAG (for changer operation only) = all of the tracks on all of the CDs in the magazine will be played in random order.

-MIX OFF = switches the function off.

SCA - Scan

Scans the tracks (the tracks of all the CDs for changer operation).

Start Scan:

Press SCA. The tracks will be scanned in ascending order one after the other. The scan time can be adjusted (see “DSC programming - SCANTIME”).

Stop Scan:

Press SCA. The track scanned last will begin to play.

RPT - Repeat

CD tracks or CDs in the CD changer can be repeated as often as desired. Press the RPT key to select one of the following functions:

-REP TRCK = Repeat track

-REP CD = Repeat CD (for changer operation only)

-RPT OFF = switches the function off

TPM - TrackProgramMemory

To store and play your favourite tracks in CD or changer operation. Up to 30 CDs for the CD drive and up to 99 CDs in the CD changer can be stored in the system with a maximum of 40 tracks each. (See the section on “TPM - Programming”)

CLR

To clear the TPM memory. (See the section on “TPM - Deleting the memory”)

5TA (TrafficAnnouncement = priority for traffic information)

“TP” will appear in the display when the radio is tuned into a traffic information station.

“TA” will appear in the display when the priority for traffic information has been activated.

The radio will then play traffic information radio stations only.

Priority on/off: Press TA.

Interrupt an announcement: Press TA orEXIT.

6Rocker switch

Radio operation

If you press the rocker switch when the unit is on menu level 2, it will automatically return to menu level 1.

/ Station seek tuning up

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<< />> down/up in short intervals

(for FM only when AF and PTY are switched off)

For FM only:

<< />> Pages through the station chain with AF on and PTY off

e.g.: NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, N-JOY, ...

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CD and changer operation

<< / >> Select CD (for changer operation only)

>> up: Press briefly

<<down: Press briefly

/ Select track

up: Press briefly

CUE - fast forward (audible):

Hold pressed down

down: Press twice or repeatedly briefly

To restart the track: Press briefly

REVIEW - fast reverse (audible):

Hold pressed down

Additional functions for the rocker switch:

Other adjustments are possible with

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DSC-MODE7

PTY

as long as the corresponding function is activated.

7DSC (DirectSoftwareControl)

Using DSC it is possible to adjust the programmable basic settings. Further information: “DSC programming”.

8AUD

Adjusts treble, bass, balance (left/ right), fader (front/rear) and Loudness. Loudness = Boosts low frequency for more bass and a better adjustment to the human ear.

Alabama DJ, Tokyo RDM 169:

For FM, AM, CD, AUX and TA it is possible to store different treble, bass and loudness settings.

How to make the settings:

Select the operating mode.

Press AUD once, “BASS” and the level currently selected will appear in the display.

Use << />> to select the different modes.

Use /to make the corresponding settings.

The settings selected will appear in the display. The setting selected last will be stored automatically.

Special Loudness feature:

Press /to select the setting from LOUD 6 to LOUD OFF.

Switching off AUD:

Press EXIT.

If you do not alter any of the settings, AUD will switch off automatically after 8 seconds.

Additional feature

Switching the equaliser on/off (DPE ON/OFF):

Press AUD for approx. 2 seconds. “DPE ON” or “DPE OFF” will appear briefly in the display.

For more information on the equaliser: Refer to “Setting the equaliser”.

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- CD name
- CD number and track number (changer operation)
- CD tracks can be played in random order
- CD tracks are being scanned
- Repeat function for CD/ changer operation
- Store and play favourite CD tracks
- Delete TPM memory
- FM memory level
- Waveband
- Time played - Clock

Quick Reference

9DIS

Selects different display modes. Radio operation

Press DIS briefly:

-Name of the current radio station

-Current frequency

-PTY code

This will not work properly unless the radio is able to receive an RDS station in adequate reception quality.

Press DIS for approx. 2 seconds: Display will alternate between the clock and the waveband (incl. the memory level for FM).

CD operation

Press DIS briefly:

-Track number, clock

-Track number, time played

-CD name, track number

Changer operation

Press DIS briefly:

-CD number, track number, clock

-CD number, track number, time played

-CD name, track number

:Display

NDR2

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station name

FM

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waveband

I, II, T

- memory level I, II or Travel-

 

 

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TP, TA

- TP = Traffic Program

 

- TA = Priority for traffic infor-

 

 

mation is activated

PTY

- Program type is activated

AF

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Alternative frequency for

 

 

RDS

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- Seek tuning sensitivity ad-

 

 

justable with DSC

EQ

- Equaliser is switched on

DISC-IN

- CD is inserted in the unit

TRACK 13 - CD track number or

VIVALDI or

CD 5 T 2

MIX

SCA

RPT

TPM

CLR

FM I, II, T or

MW, LW or 00:20 or

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Quick Reference

;CDC

Switches to changer operation (only if a changer is connected).

If there is no changer, the system will switch to AUX as long as AUX ON is switched on in the DSC menu.

<CD

Switches to CD operation

=TU (TUNER)

Switches to radio operation. Switches to the memory levels/wavebands FM I, FM II, TS (Travelstore), MW and LW.

>CD insert

When the CD is inserted with the label facing up, it will be automatically transported into the operating position. The unit will automatically switch to CD play.

?Visual theft protection

The following conditions must be fulfilled before the light diode will flash as a visual indication of theft protection: The unit is switched off;

The operating panel is folded down; The KeyCard has been removed; The DSC menu settings is switched to LED ON (factory setting).

For more information, refer to “DSC programming, LED ON/OFF”.

@KeyCard theft protection system

The KeyCard must be inserted before the unit can be operated.

KeyCard

Inserting the KeyCard

Press 1 to unlock the operating panel; it will fold down forwards.

Insert the KeyCard with the contact points facing down(see illustration). Lock the operating panel.

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Perform these steps in the reverse order to remove the KeyCard.

Make sure to read the information in the section on “KeyCard theft protection system”.

AEject

Press the CD eject button for approx. 2 seconds and the CD will eject.

For safety’s sake, the operating panel must remain locked when the vehicle is in motion.

When you leave the vehicle, unlock the panel and remove the KeyCard to protect the equipment against theft.

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