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Radiophone

Antares T60

Operating and installation instructions

EQUIPMENT ILLUSTRATION

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EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION

RADIOPHONE ANTARES T 60

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Volume control, on/off switch

Radiophone Antares T 60 -

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SRC button, source selection between

and you can be sure safety

 

radio, CD changer (if connected) or

is first

 

auxiliary equipment/AUX (if con-

 

nected)

Because the Antares T 60 is the symbiosis

 

Switch from telephone to radio or CD

 

consisting of a powerful GSM mobile tel-

 

changer operation (CD changer op-

 

ephone with full-duplexhands-freeoperation

 

tional)

 

and an excellent audio system with a digital

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TA button, on/off switch for traffic an-

tuner and CD changer option.

 

nouncement priority

 

When the quality of your in-cartelephone and

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BND button, to select the FM memory

road safety are important issues, the Antares

 

banks and the MW and LW wave-

 

T 60 makes no compromises. And that’s to

 

bands

 

your advantage.

 

To activate the Travelstore function

 

And if you want to be absolutely sure that

 

To switch from handset to hands-free

 

safety is first, leave your hands where they

 

telephone operation (handset op-

 

belong - on the steering wheel.

 

tional)

 

VOCS 08, the optional voice control system,

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SMS button, to retrieve new SMS

 

messages

the TH 07 handset and the RCT 07 steering

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PaX button, to activate preset function

wheel remote control unit transform the

Antares T 60 into one of the safest mobile

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Multifunctional rocker switch

telephones on the market.

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Display

So, have fun paging through and reading this

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Numbers buttons 0 -9

manual. Take some time and get acquainted

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#/AF button, to switch RDS conven-

with your new Radiophone.

 

ience functions on/off

 

 

;Telephone button

< */MIX button, to adjust station seek tuning sensitivity

To play CD titles in random order

=OK button, to access the DSC menu and submenu items, to confirm settings

>MEM button, list of radio stations stored in the memory, to display CDs in the unit and telephone book entries

?CLR button, clear (delete) and back button

@AUDIO button, to adjust tone and balance/fader,

To switch Loudness on/off Microphone mute

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CONTENTS

Radiophone Antares T 60 - and

 

you can be sure safety is first .....

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Safety information ......................

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Safety standards ...............................

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

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

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SIM card ...........................................

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Operating the Radiophone..........

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Audio operation (without the

 

telephone) .........................................

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For audio and telephone operation.....

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Removing the SIM card .....................

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Switching the Radiophone on/off with

the vehicle ignition .............................

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Switching on the Radiophone when

 

the ignition is switched off ...............

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Switching the Radiophone on after

 

the unit has been disconnected from

 

its power supply ..............................

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Basic functions .........................

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Selecting the audio mode ................

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Direct access to functions (PaX) ......

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Controlling/adjusting the volume ......

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Tone and balance/fader ...................

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

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Adjusting brightness, colour and

 

legibility ...........................................

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Selecting the system language ........

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Optical theft protection ....................

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Changing the DSC access code .....

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Resetting personal settings ..............

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Connecting auxiliary equipment .......

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CODE theft protection .....................

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Radio operation.........................

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Selecting the radio mode .................

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RDS convenience functions

 

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

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Selecting the memory bank/

 

waveband........................................

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Selecting a radio station ..................

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Paging through station networks ......

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Storing stations manually .................

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Storing the stations with the

 

strongest signals automatically

 

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

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

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Switching between stereo and mono . 17

Selecting Radiotext display ..............

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Traffic radio reception ...............

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Switching priority for traffic

 

announcements on/off .....................

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CD changer operation...............

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Selecting the CD changer mode ......

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

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Selecting a track on a CD ...............

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Fast Cue/Review (audible) ..............

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Playing tracks in random order (MIX) . 19

Displaying the list of CDs in the

 

changer ...........................................

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

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General information ..................

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Emergency call ................................

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Starting telephone operation ....

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Selecting the telephone mode .........

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Inserting the SIM card .....................

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Entering the PIN code .....................

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Switching the PIN code on/off .............

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Changing the PIN code .......................

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Unblocking the SIM card .................

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Basic functions .........................

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

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Adjusting the ringing tone volume ........

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Adjusting the hands-freevolume ..........

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Adjusting the handset volume (handset

 

optional) ..............................................

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Traffic announcements (TA) during

 

hands-freeoperation ........................

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Selecting the ringing tone ................

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Service functions ......................

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Audible call timer .............................

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Setting the timer ..................................

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Displaying call charges/time ............

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Resetting the counter ..........................

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Setting the Charges, Time display

 

during a call ........................................

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Using the telephone..................

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Dialing phone numbers ....................

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Manual dialing .....................................

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One-touchdialing (from the Radio-

 

phone memory) ...................................

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Speed-dial(from the SIM card

 

memory) .............................................

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Selecting a number from the phone

 

book ...................................................

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Finding an entry by name ....................

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Selecting the phone number from

 

the list of last numbers dialed...........

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Selecting the phone number from

 

the list of missed calls......................

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Selecting the phone number from

 

the list of calls received ...................

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Deleting an entry from the incoming/

 

outgoing call list ..................................

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Deleting the incoming/outgoing call list 28

Answering a call ..............................

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Automatic answer ...............................

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Rejecting a call ................................

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Switching the microphone to mute ...

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Switching off the mute function ...........

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Redial ..............................................

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Automatic redial ..................................

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Ending the automatic redial function ....

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Call waiting (2nd call on hold) ..........

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Answering the 2nd call ........................

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Rejecting the 2nd call ..........................

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Hold/broker’s calls ..........................

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Hold ...................................................

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Broker’s calls ......................................

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Conference calls .............................

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Ending a conference call .....................

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Notebook function ...........................

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Foreign calls....................................

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What do you have to do before

 

travelling to a foreign country? ............

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How do I place a telephone call to a

 

foreign country? ..................................

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How can I be reached? .......................

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How do I call a wired network telephone

number in the foreign country? ............

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Selecting a network .........................

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Displaying the available networks ........

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Adjusting the network search method ..

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Editing the network list ....................

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Adding a GSM network to the list........

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Moving an entry on the list ...................

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Deleting an entry on the list .................

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Call forwarding ................................

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Registering call forwarding ..................

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Activating call forwarding ....................

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Deactivating call forwarding ................

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Displaying call forwarding status .........

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Deleting individual call forwarding

 

functions .............................................

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Deleting all the call forwarding

 

functions .............................................

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Call barring .....................................

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Activating call barring ..........................

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Deactivating call barring ......................

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Displaying call barring status ...............

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Changing the password for call

 

barring ................................................

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Locking the Phone ..........................

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Switching on the phone lock ...............

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Switching off the phone lock ...............

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Phone book ...............................

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Entering names and telephone

 

numbers ..........................................

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Moving the input cursor .......................

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Deleting entries ...................................

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Adding characters ...............................

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Storing names / telephone numbers

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Finding entries.................................

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Editing entries .................................

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Changing an entry ...............................

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Deleting an entry .................................

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Moving an entry in the phone book ......

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Copying an entry in the phone book ....

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Capacity query ................................

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Locking/unlocking access to the

 

phone book .....................................

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Locking the phone book ......................

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Unlocking the phone book ...................

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Entering your own phone number ....

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Messages (SMS) / Mailbox .......

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Reading new messages...................

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Sending messages ..........................

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Entering the service number ................

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Setting message validity ......................

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Reading old messages ....................

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Deleting messages ..........................

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Mailbox (Mobile box)........................

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Entering the mailbox phone number /

 

calling the mailbox ...............................

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Cell broadcast messages ................

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Special functions ......................

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Determining the user group .............

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Switching user group on/off ................

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Entering AOC parameters ...............

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

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Amplifier ..........................................

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Tuner ...............................................

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Telephone .......................................

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Operating the Radiophone with

 

the RCT 07 remote control unit

 

(optional) ...................................

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Radio operation ...............................

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Telephone operation ........................

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CD changer operation (optional) ......

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Telephone menu overview ........

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Radio menu overview................

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Glossary of Technical Terms .....

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Installation instructions .............

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SAFETY INFORMATION

Safety information

 

 

Using the telephone can result in interfer-

 

 

 

ence with the correct functioning of medi-

 

 

Traffic safety

 

cal equipment that is not sufficiently

 

Traffic safety always has the highest prior-

 

shielded, particularly near the antenna.

 

 

Please consult a doctor or the manufac-

 

ity.

 

 

 

turer of the medical device if you have any

 

As the driver of a motor vehicle, it is your

 

 

 

questions. Other electronic equipment can

 

responsibility to pay attention to the traffic

 

 

 

also be affected by electromagnetic inter-

 

situation at all times. Never use your car

 

 

 

ference.

 

radio in a way that could distract you.

 

 

 

 

 

Please keep in mind that you travel a dis-

 

If you are in an area where there is danger

 

tance of 14 m per second at a speed of

 

 

 

of explosion, e.g. filling stations, chemical

 

only 50 km/h.

 

 

 

factories or places where blasting work is

 

Should the traffic situation become particu-

 

 

 

being done, switch your telephone off.

 

larly demanding, we advise you not to use

 

 

 

 

 

this equipment.

 

 

 

Always make sure that you are still able to

 

Emergency calls

 

hear any warning signals coming from out-

 

As with every other mobile telephone, the

 

side of your vehicle, such as police or fire

 

 

 

Radiophone operates using a combination

 

engine sirens, so that you can react ac-

 

 

 

of mobile radio and cross-countrynet-

 

cordingly.

 

 

 

works, radio signals and functions pro-

 

Consequently, you should always select a

 

 

 

grammed by the user. As a result, there is

 

moderate volume for playing your car au-

 

 

 

no guarantee that your call will always go

 

dio equipment while you are driving.

 

 

 

through. Never depend exclusively on a

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

mobile telephone or similar equipment

 

 

Using the telephone while driving

 

 

 

 

under life-threateningcircumstances (e.g.

 

Please observe all laws and regulations

 

in medical emergencies).

 

regarding the use of mobile telephones in

 

The telephone interface of the Radiophone

 

motor vehicles.

 

is only able to make and receive calls when

 

• Concentrate fully on your driving.

 

it is activated, located in an area served

 

Stop at a safe place before using the

 

by a GSM 900 radio network and when

 

 

telephone.

 

the signal is strong enough.

 

If otherwise unavoidable:

 

Emergency calls may not be possible on

 

 

Use only hands-freeoperation if you

 

all mobile telephone networks or only if

 

 

have to use the telephone while you are

 

certain network services and/or certain

 

 

driving.

 

performance features are active. Contact

 

Traffic safety always has the highest prior-

 

the local network operators for more de-

 

ity.

 

tailed information.

 

 

 

 

Please read this instruction manual for fur-

 

Using the telephone in critical

 

 

 

ther information and consult your local serv-

 

areas

 

 

 

ice provider.

Always switch off the mobile telephone in

 

When placing an emergency call, be sure to

areas where it is forbidden to use a mo-

 

supply all the necessary information as ac-

bile phone or if this equipment could cause

 

curately as possible. Remember that your

electromagnetic interference or otherwise

 

mobile telephone may be the only means of

dangerous situations.

 

communication at the scene of an accident.

 

 

 

 

 

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Do not hang up until you are told to do so.

Also read the information in the section on “Telephone operation - GSM emergency calls”.

Safety standards

The mobile telephone has been manufactured in accordance with all of the applicable radio frequency (RF) safety standards and recommendations determined by the government offices and organisations responsible (e.g. the VDE standard DIN-0848).

Installation

Only a trained service technician is authorised to install and service the Radiophone in your vehicle. Faulty installation or servicing can be dangerous and will result in the expiry of your guarantee.

This equipment must not be operated without a suitable GSM or combination antenna mounted on the outside of the vehicle. The equipment including the GSM or combination antenna must be installed by an authorised Bosch service centre only.

To ensure trouble-freeoperation, the positive power supply line must be connected via the ignition and the permanent +12 V lead.

Do not ground the speaker outputs!

Accessories

Use Blaupunkt-approvedaccessories and spare parts only.

You can use the following Blaupunkt products with this equipment:

CD changers

The Blaupunkt CDC A 08 and the IDC A 09 CD changers can be connected to the Radiophone.

Remote control

Using the RCT 07 infrared remote control (7 607 570 510) you can conveniently control all of the most important functions of your Radiophone from the steering wheel.

Handset (telephone receiver)

With the TH 07 Blaupunkt handset (7 607 570 512) it is possible to place telephone calls with or without using the hands-freefunction.

The system will switch automatically from hands-freeto handset operation when the handset is removed from the cradle.

There is a relatively strong magnet in the handset.

Keep everything that could react adversely to magnetic fields well away from the handset. This includes diskettes, check cards, etc. Important data may be deleted.

Amplifiers

All Blaupunkt amplifiers

Voice control system

(Available for German only)

Using the VOCS 08 voice control system, you can control the most important system functions by speaking certain commands aloud in German.

Because the motorist is subjected to a minimum amount of distraction when operating the equipment using a voice control system, this feature makes an important contribution to road safety.

SIM card

This Radiophone has been equipped for telephone operation using modern 3-VSIM cards. Please ask your dealer for more information.

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OPERATING THE RADIOPHONE

Operating the Radiophone appear in the display. Also refer to “Switching the PIN code on/off”.

Audio operation (without the telephone)

Press ON.

Note:

If the card tongue is not pushed in when you switch on the unit, the Radiophone will switch off again automatically after 15 seconds.

If you push the card tongue in within the first 15 seconds, the Radiophone will not switch off.

When you switch on the Radiophone for the first time,

enter the four-digitsafety code in the radio pass using the0 -9 buttons.

If you enter an incorrect digit,

press CLR to delete the digit.

Press OK to confirm the code.

For audio and telephone operation

With the card tongue pushed in,

press the card tongue gently in the direction of the Radiophone until you feel slight resistance.

Release the card tongue.

The card tongue will now eject from the Radiophone.

Lay the SIM card on the card tongue with the chip facing upwards and towards the Radiophone and push it into the slot until you feel slight resistance.

Press the SIM card gently down at the back onto the card tongue so that it is lying completely on the card tongue.

Push the card tongue into the Radiophone gently until you feel slight resistance and you hear the card tongue click into position.

The Radiophone will switch on. If the PIN inquiry has been activated, ENTER PIN will

Removing the SIM card

Never just pull out the SIM card. You could destroy it.

Push the SIM card in gently, towards the Radiophone.

The card tongue holding the SIM card will eject.

Remove the SIM card.

Switching the Radiophone on/off with the vehicle ignition

When the Radiophone is on, switch off the vehicle ignition and remove the ignition key.

The Radiophone will switch off.

Switch on the ignition.

The Radiophone will switch on if you switched it off with the vehicle ignition.

Note:

If the ignition timer is switched on, the Radiophone will not switch off until after the time set has elapsed.

If the SIM card is still in the Radiophone when it is switched off, you will hear two beeps.

If the ignition is switched off during a telephone call, the Radiophone will remain switched on until the telephone call has been completed.

Set the ignition timer

You can set the ignition timer to determine whether and how long the Radiophone should continue to play after the ignition has been switched off.

If you are in telephone mode, press the SRC button to switch to radio operation.

Press OK to access the DSC menu.

Use /to select the menu itemSetup.

Press OK.

Press /to select the menu itemIgnit. timer.

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OPERATING THE RADIOPHONE

BASIC FUNCTIONS

Press OK.

Press/to select the desired setting from between0 (no delay) and90 min.

Press OK.

Press SRC to exit the DSC menu.

Switching on the Radiophone when the ignition is switched off

Press ON.

The Radiophone will switch on.

To avoid running down the battery, the Radiophone will switch off again automatically after one hour.

Switching the Radiophone on after the unit has been disconnected from its power supply

If the Radiophone has been disconnected from the battery (e.g. when the vehicle is being repaired) and is reconnected, you will be required to enter the security code in the radio pass the first time you switch it on again.

Basic functions

Selecting the audio mode

You can switch between radio, CD changer operation and the operation of an auxiliary audio source (if connected).

Press SRC repeatedly until the functions for the operating mode you want to select appear in the display.

Direct access to functions (PaX)

You can program the PaX button withone function you use frequently for direct access.

Select one of the following functions:

Radiotext

Telephone number

Mailbox

Send SMS

Network selection

Call forwarding

Telephone book

Note:

You can change the function you have selected for the PaX button at any time.

Programming the PaX button

Press and hold down the PaX button for longer than one second.

The list of available functions will appear in the display. If the PaX button has already been programmed, the cursor will indicate the function currently selected.

Press /to select the desired function.

Press OK.

PaX program. finished will appear in the display.

The main telephone menu will now appear in the display. The PaX button is ready to use.

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