Blaupunkt ALICANTE MP36 User Manual

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Radio CD MP3 WMA

Alicante MP36

Sevilla MP36

7 646 460 310

7 646 450 310

Operating instructions

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Controls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 On/Off button

8 DISPL

 

button

 

 

 

Short press: Mutes the device.

 

Short press: Briefly displays alternative

 

Long press: Switches the device off.

 

display contents (e.g. time).

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button to open the flip-releasecon-

 

Long press: Changes display contents.

 

 

 

 

trol panel.

9 MENU button

3 Volume control

 

Short press: Calls up the menu for ba-

4 SOURCE button to switch sources be-

 

sic settings.

 

Long press: Starts the Scan function.

 

tween radio, CD, CD changer (if con-

 

 

: Arrow buttons

 

nected) and AUX.

5 AUDIO button to adjust bass, treble,

; Buttons 1 - 6

 

middle, sub-out,balance and fader.

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button (Eject) for removing a CD

 

Switching X-BASSon/off and adjust-

 

 

 

ing it.

 

from the device.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selects an equaliser presetting.

6BND•TS button

Short press: Selects the FM memory banks and the MW and LW wavebands.Long press: Starts the Travelstore function.

7TRA•RDS button

Short press: Switches traffic information standby on/off.

Long press: Switches convenient RDS function on/off.

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Contents

Notes and accessories......................

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Disposal of old unit

 

(EU countries only).........................

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

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Optional equipment

 

(not part of the scope of delivery).....

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Detachable control panel..................

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Theft protection.............................

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Detaching the control panel.............

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Attaching the control panel..............

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Switch-offtime (OFF TIMER)............

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

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Adjusting the volume........................

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Setting the power-onvolume............

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Quickly reducing the volume (Mute)..

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Telephone Audio/Navigation Audio....

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Switching the confirmation

 

beep on/off...................................

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

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Radio mode......................................

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Adjusting the tuner.........................

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Switching to radio mode..................

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Convenient RDS functions (AF, REG)..

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Selecting the waveband/

 

memory bank.................................

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Tuning into a station........................

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Setting the sensitivity of station

 

seek tuning....................................

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

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Storing stations automatically

 

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

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Listening to stored stations..............

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Scanning receivable stations (SCAN)...

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Setting the scanning time................

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Programme type (PTY) ...................

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Optimising radio reception...............

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Configuring the display....................

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Traffic information...........................

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Switching traffic information

 

priority on/off................................

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Setting the volume for traffic

 

announcements.............................

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CD mode..........................................

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Switching to CD mode.....................

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Selecting tracks..............................

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Fast track selection.........................

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Fast searching (audible)..................

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Random track play (MIX)..................

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Scanning tracks (SCAN)..................

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Repeating tracks (REPEAT)..............

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Interrupting playback (PAUSE).........

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Configuring the display....................

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Traffic announcements in CD mode...

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Ejecting a CD.................................

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MP3/WMA mode..............................

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Preparing an MP3 CD......................

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Switching to MP3 mode...................

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Configuring the display....................

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Configuring the MP3 scrolling texts...

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Selecting a directory.......................

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Selecting tracks/files.......................

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Fast search....................................

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Random track play – MIX.................

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Scanning tracks – SCAN..................

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Repeated playback of individual

 

tracks or entire directories – REPEAT....

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Interrupting playback (PAUSE).........

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CD-changermode.............................

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Equalizer presettings (Presets).........

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Switching to CD-changermode.........

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Adjusting the display settings...........

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Selecting CDs................................

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Entering a switch-onmessage..........

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Selecting tracks..............................

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Adjusting the level display................

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Fast searching (audible)..................

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Adjusting the display brightness.......

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Changing the display.......................

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Setting the display illumination

 

Repeating individual tracks or

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colour...........................................

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whole CDs (REPEAT).......................

External audio sources

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Random track play (MIX)

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Switching the AUX input on/off

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Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)

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Adjusting the AUX preamplification

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Interrupting playback (PAUSE)

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Technical Data

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Clock time

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Amplifier

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Displaying the time

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Tuner

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Setting the time

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CD

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Selecting 12/24-hourclock mode

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Pre-ampout

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Displaying the time continuously

 

 

Input sensitivity

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when the device is off and the

 

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ignition is on

 

 

 

Briefly displaying time with

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switched-offdevice........................

 

 

Sound..............................................

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Adjusting the bass..........................

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Adjusting the middle.......................

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Adjusting the treble........................

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Setting the left/right volume

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distribution (balance).....................

 

 

Adjusting the front/rear volume

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distribution (fader).........................

 

 

Preamplifier output

 

 

 

(Preamp-Out/Sub-Out).....................

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Adjusting the sub-outlevel...............

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Adjusting the sub-outcutoff

 

 

 

frequency......................................

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X-BASS............................................

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Adjusting the X-BASSboost.............

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Notes and accessories

Notes and accessories

Thank you for choosing a Blaupunkt product. We hope you enjoy using this new piece of equipment.

Please read these operating instructions before using the equipment for the first time.

The Blaupunkt editors are constantly working on making the operating instructions clearer and easier to understand. However, if you still have any questions on how to operate the device, please contact your dealer or the telephone hotline for your country. You will find the telephone number printed at the back of this booklet.

We provide a manufacturer guarantee for our products bought within the European Union. You can view the guarantee conditions at www.blaupunkt.de or ask for them directly at:

Blaupunkt GmbH Hotline

Robert Bosch Str. 200 D-31139Hildesheim, Germany

Disposal of old unit

(EU countries only)

Do not dispose of your old device inthe household trash!

Use the return and collection systems available to dispose of the old device.

Road safety

Road safety has absolute priority.

Only operate your car sound system if the road and traffic conditions allow you to do so.

Familiarise yourself with the device before setting off on your journey.

You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens in good time from inside your vehicle.

For this reason, listen to your car sound system at a suitable volume level during your journey.

Installation

If you want to install your car sound system yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions that follow these operating instructions.

Optional equipment

(not part of the scope of delivery)

Use only accessories approved by Blaupunkt.

Remote control

The steering wheel and/or handheld remote control allows you to access the most important functions of your car sound system safely and conveniently.

You cannot switch the device on/off using the remote control.

You can find out from your Blaupunkt dealer or on the Internet at www.blaupunkt.com which remote controls can be used with your car sound system.

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Notes and accessories Control panel

Amplifier

Detachable control panel

You can use all Blaupunkt and Velocity am-

 

plifiers.

Theft protection

CD changers

The device is equipped with a detachable

control panel (flip-releasepanel) as a way

You can connect the following Blaupunkt

of protecting your equipment against theft.

CD changers:

The device is worthless to a thief without

CDC A 03, CDC A 08 and IDC A 09.

this control panel.

 

 

Protect your device against theft by taking

 

the control panel with you whenever you

 

leave your vehicle. Do not leave the control

 

panel inside your vehicle - not even in a hid-

 

ing place.

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Notes:

Never drop the control panel.

Never expose the control panel to direct sunlight or other heat sources.

Avoid direct skin contact with the control panel’s electrical contacts. If necessary, please clean the contacts with a lint-freecloth moistened with cleaning alcohol.

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Control panel

Detaching the control panel

Press the button 2.

The control panel opens out towards you.

Hold the control panel by its right side and then pull the control panel straight out of the bracket.

Notes:

The device is switched off after a time preset by you. For instructions, please read the section "Switch-offtime (OFF TIMER)" in this chapter.

All the current settings are saved.

Any CD already inserted in the device remains there.

Attaching the control panel

Hold the control panel approximately at a right angle to the device.

Slide the control panel into the device’s guides that are positioned on the left and right at the lower edge of the housing. Push the control panel carefully into the bracket until it clicks into place.

Carefully flip up the control panel until it clicks into place.

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If the device was still switched on when you detached the control panel, it will automatically switch on with the last setting activated (radio, CD, CD changer or AUX) when the panel is replaced.

Switch-offtime (OFF TIMER)

After opening the control panel, the device is switched off after an adjustable time. You can set this time from 0 to 30 seconds.

Press the MENU button 9.

Press the orbutton :repeatedly until the displays shows "OFF TIMER".

Adjust the time with the buttons

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When you have finished making your changes,

press the MENU button twice 9.

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If you set the switch-offtime to 0 seconds, the device is switched off immediately after opening the control panel.

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Switching on/off

Volume

 

 

Switching on/off

There are various ways of switching the device on/off:

Switching on/off using button 1

To switch on the device, press button

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The device switches on.

To switch off the device, press and hold down button 1 for longer than two seconds.

The device switches off.

Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition

The device will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition if the device is correctly connected to the vehicle’s ignition as shown in the installation instructions and you did not switch the device off by pressing button 1.

Switching the device on/off using the detachable control panel

Detach the control panel.

The devices switches off after the time set in the "OFF TIMER" menu.

Attach the control panel again.

The device switches on. The last setting (radio, CD, CD changer or AUX) is reactivated.

Note:

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

Adjusting the volume

You can adjust the volume in increments from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum).

To increase the volume,

 

turn the volume control 3clockwise.

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To decrease the volume,

 

turn the volume control 3 counterclockwise.

Setting the power-onvolume

Note:

The device features a time-outfunction (time window).

For example, if you press the MENU button 9 and select a menu item, the device switches back after approx. 8 seconds after the last button activation. The settings performed are saved.

You can set the power-onvolume.Press theMENU button 9.

Press the orbutton : repeatedly until "ON VOLUME" appears on the display.

Adjust the power-onvolume with the

buttons :.

To help you adjust the setting more easily, the device will increase or decrease the volume as you make your changes.

If you enable "LAST VOL", the volume which was set the last time you switched off the device is re-enabled.

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Volume

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To protect your hearing, the power-onvolume is limited to the value "38". If the volume before switching off was higher and the "LAST VOL" setting was selected, the device switches on again with the value "38".

When you have finished making your changes,

press the MENU button twice 9.

Quickly reducing the volume (Mute)

You can quickly reduce the volume to a preset level (Mute).

Briefly press button 1. "MUTE" appears on the display.

Cancelling mute

To return to your previously set volume level,

briefly press button 1again.

Adjusting the mute level

You can adjust the mute level.

Press the MENU button 9.

Press the orbutton : repeatedly until "MUTE LVL" appears on the display.

Adjust the mute level with the buttons :.

When you have finished making your changes,

press the MENU button twice 9.

Telephone Audio/Navigation Audio

If your car sound system is connected with a cell phone or navigation system, the car sound system is muted when you "pick up" the phone or during a voice output of the navigation and the call or the voice output is played back via the car sound speaker system. For this purpose, the cell phone or the navigation system must be connected to the car sound system as described in the installation instructions.

Your Blaupunkt dealer can provide you with the information which navigation system can be used with your car sound system.

If a traffic announcement is received during a telephone call or a voice output of the navigation, you can listen to the traffic announcement only after the telephone call/ voice output has ended, provided that it is still being broadcast. The traffic announcement is not recorded!

You can adjust the volume with which you switch on the telephone calls or the voice output of the navigation.

Press the MENU button 9.

Press the orbutton :repeatedly until "TEL VOL" appears on the display.

Set the desired volume with the orbutton :.

When you have finished making your changes,

press the MENU button twice 9.

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Using the volume control 3, you can adjust the volume for telephone calls and voice output directly during the playback.

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