Blaupunkt ARIZONA CM148 User Manual

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Dispiay

The display consists of three fields and changes according to the operating mode and function.

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Display field 1:

Radio mode

Memory banks and wavebands

Brief indication of preset station (e.g. Pl)

Cassette mode

CAS - cassette inserted

Chanaer mode (Chanaer sold separately)

Current track

Numeric and graphic representation of the volume and audio settings.

Indicates DSC mode is active. Graphic representation of the adjusted volume level.

Display field 2:

Radio mode

Radio frequency or station name Clock display

Cassette mode

TAPEl/TAPE2 - side of tape being played. Displays active function.

Clock display

Chanaer mode (Chanaer sold seoaratelv)

CD number being played by changer. CD time (elapsed time)

Brief indication of functional changes Clock display

Serves as display and entry field during DSC programming

Miscellaneous

indicates new source (e.g. when changing from radio to cassette)

Display field 3:

Displays active functions.

CT,

- Stereo

Disc

- Cassette inserted

- CD changer connected

E - Loudness

Radio mode

lo - Seek tuning sensitivity

Chanaer mode (Changer sold separately)

RPT - Repeat function

MIX - Tracks played at random

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c- Contents

Display ............................................

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Quick reference ..............................

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

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Warning note ..........................................

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Detachable face .............................

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

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Affixing the detachable face ...................

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Selecting the audio source.. ......... 9

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

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

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

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Automatic seek tuning A / V ..............

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Manual tuning with <c >> ..................

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Switching between the

 

memory banks (FM) .............................

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

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

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Scanning stations with Preset Scan.. ... 11 Scanning stations with Radio Scan.. .... 11 Changing the scan time.. ...................... 11

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Automatically storing the

 

strongest stations with Travelstore.. ..... 11

Naming radio stations ...........................

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Deleting radio station names ................

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Deleting a radio station name ...........

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Deleting all of the radio station names1 2

Setting the TIMER ................................

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Cassette deck operation .............

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Cassette playback ................................

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Cassette eject .......................................

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Fast winding.. ........................................

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Reversing the tape ...............................

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CD changer operation (optional) 14

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

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Switching to the CD changer mode ......

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

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CD playback .........................................

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

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Selecting a track ...................................

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

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RPT .......................................................

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

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CLOCK/Display changes.. ........... 15

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

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Turn On Message.. ....................... 16

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

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Overview of the DSC factory settings . . 18

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

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

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

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

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Cassette ............................................

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CD changer (sold separately) ...........

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Troubleshooting Guide ...............

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General .................................................

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Radio reception ....................................

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CD Changer operation.. ........................ 19

Error Displays .......................................

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Quick reference

@REL

To release the detachable face, press this knob and remove the

detachable face.

@ON - Power up/down

Press this button to turn the unit on. It will play at the volume set under DSC. Mute: If you press this button briefly during radio reception, the volume will turn down instantly.

This function is cancelled by pressing the ON button again. You can programme the mute volume (refer to “DSC programming”).

Press the button for about 1 second to turn the unit off.

Switching on/off via the ignition:

If the unit has been connected correspondingly, it can also be turned on and off with the vehicle ignition.

If ON is pressed while no power is being supplied to the red (ignition) lead, the unit will automatically turn off after one hour. This prevents the battery from going dead.

@Volume knob

Turn the knob to set the volume.

@P Eject

Press this button to eject the cassette. The cassette buttons will retract.

Radio mode

A I V Seek tuningA UP

V Down

@ Cassette slot

cc I z->

Manual tuning

Insert the tape into the slot with the

. <<

Up in short intervals

open side showing to the right. The

>>

Down in short intervals

 

 

tape will be played in the direction

 

 

previously selected.

Changer mode (optional)

@ Display

Select CD

A

UP

Displays all settings, operating modes

V D o w n

and functions.

 

 

@ FR Fast Rewind

Select track

>> Up: press briefly

To fast rewind the tape.

 

CUE - fast forward (audible): hold

 

 

@ FF Fast Forward

 

button down.

c< Down: press two or more times

To fast forward the tape.

 

briefly

@ + @) Reversing the tape (PROG)

 

Repeat track: press briefly.

 

REVIEW -fast reverse (audible):

Press both buttons simultaneously.

 

hold button down.

@ Rocker switch

Extra function of rocker switch:

 

The rocker is also used in these

modes

AUD mode 11

DSC mode 1 2 8

Requirement: The respective function must be activated.

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@SRC

(SRC = audio source)

Press button briefly to select the operating mode (tuner, cassette, changer or Aux-in).The active mode appears in the display.

11 AUD

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You can store different treble and bass settings for the FM, AM, cassette and CD changer or Aux-inmodes.

Setting the tone:

Select the audio mode. Press AUD once and set the tone using the rocker switch.

Treble:

A Treble +

V Treble -

Bass:

c< B a s s -

>>Bass +

Press AUD twice and set the fader and the balance using the rocker switch.

A Fader front

V

Fader rear

,

x-z Balance

left

 

>>

Balance

right

 

The selected values will appear in the display. The last setting is stored automatically.

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Switching AUD off Press button briefly.

If you do not change the tone within 8 sec., the AUD mode will quit automatically.

Extra function: LD

Loudness boosts the bass frequency at low volume.

Press AUD longer than 2 seconds to change the Loudness setting. “LD” will appear.

The loudness level is set under DSC.

@DSC Direct Software Control Adjusts programmable settings. Refer to “DSC programming”.

@(9 DIS - clock display

This unit is equipped with an internal clock.

Displayr i o r i t y

To alter the display priority, press (9 until you hear a beep. Repeat this procedure until the desired display appears.

Temporary display change

Press 0 briefly as many times as needed to show the desired information for a few seconds.

Radio mode

Press this button to switch between the clock, the station name and the frequency.

Cassette mode

Press this button to switch between the track played and the clock.

Chanaer mode (optional)

Press this button to switch the display of the CD number, the playback time elapsed and the clock.

@Preset buttons 1 to 6

Radio mode

You can store six stations in each FM memory bank (1,2, and ‘7”).

On AM you can store six stations. Store station - hold down a preset button in radio mode until a beep is emitted.

Recall station - select a waveband and also the memory bank on FM; press the relevant preset button briefly. The selected preset button will briefly appear in display field 1 (e.g. Pl).

Changer mode (optional)

3/W - Pause

interrupts CD play. “PAUSE” appears. Press button again to restart CD play.

4lRPT

Repeat track: press 4IRPT. “REPEAT- T” appears briefly. The track will be repeated until WRPT is pressed again. Repeat CD: select “REPEAT-D”.SwitchREPEAT-Don:

Hold URPT down until a beep is emitted.

5/MIX

“MIX CD” plays the tracks of one CD in random order.

“MIX ALL” plays the tracks of all CDs of one changer magazine in random order (as determind by the changer model).

To turn MIX on/off: Press 5/MIX briefly.

The current setting is briefly indicated in the display: “MIX-CD”.

Switch MIX-ALLon:

Hold 5/MIX down until a beep is emitted.

@BAITS

Switches between the wavebands/

memory banks -FMl,~- FMZ, FMT

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Extra function: Travelstore

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To store the six most powerful FM or

 

AM stations in the Travelstore bank:

 

Select FM or AM by pressing BAITS.

 

Press BAITS until a beep sounds and

 

“T-STORE”appears.

 

@PS - Preset Scan

Press PS briefly. All currentlyreceivable stored stations will be scanned.

To stop Preset Scan, press PS again. (Use DSC to set the Scantime.)

@SCA

Press SCA to select the SCAN function. Use DSC programming to set the scantime.

Press SCA to stop SCAN function.

Radio mode

Press SCA.

The radio will scan all receivable FM or AM stations. “SCAN” and the station appear on the display on after another.

Changer mode (optional)

F‘ressSCA.

“SCAN” will be displayed. All tracks of the CD will be scanned.

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Important notes

Detachable face

What you need to know

Before using your new car radio, please read through the following information carefully.

Traffic safety

As the driver of a motor vehicle, it is your responsibility to pay attention to the traffic situation at all times.

Never use your car radio in a way that could distract you.

Please keep in mind that you travel a distance of 15 yards per second at a speed of only 30 mph.

Should the traffic situation become particularly demanding, we advise you not to use the radio.

Always make sure that you are still able to hear any warning signals coming from outside the vehicle, such as police or fire engine sirens, so that you can react accordingly.

Consequently, you should always select a moderate volume for playing your car radio while you are driving.

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Installation

If you would like to install your new car radio yourself or add other audio components to existing ones, please read the enclosed

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instructions on installation and connection carefully.

In order to ensure that the unit operates properly the positive power supply line must be connected via the ignition and the permanent +I 2 V lead.

Do not ground the loudspeaker outputs!

Accessories

Use Blaupunkt-approvedaccessories and spare parts only.

Changer

(not included with the unit, sold separately)

CDC-A08

CDGA071

CDC-A05(with adapter only)

A! Warning note

Danger of damaging the automatic power antenna in a car wash

Before you drive into a car wash

switch the radio off by pressing the ON button.

The power antenna will retract, if it doesn’t, press ON again.

Do not drive into the car wash unless the power antenna has retracted!

Theft protection

This unit is equipped with a detachable face. A car radio without face is worthless for thieves.

Protect your car radio and detach the face when you leave your car. It is very easy to attach and detach the detachable face.

Note:

Do not pull the detachable face straight out from the chassis, but detach it as illustrated below.Be sure not to drop the panel.

Do not expose the detachable face to direct sunlight or other heat sources.

Do not leave it in a humid place.

Detaching the detachable face

Press the REL button to release the control panel. Then pull it off gently as illustrated.

If the unit was still in operation, it will turn off now. All current settings remain stored. If a cassette is inserted, it will be kept in the unit.

The radio will turn on automatically when you attach the detachable face again.

Attaching the detachable face

Slide the panel (6) from the left to the guide of the chassis (A). Gently push the left side of the panel against the front of the chassis until it snaps into place.

Affixing the detachable face

If you wish to fix the detachable face permanently to the chassis, screw down the enclosed bolt at the left hand side of the chassis into the hole (C), see Fig.

Selecting the audio source

Use the SRC (source) button to select between radio, cassette and CD or Aux-inmode.

The CD mode is not available unless a CD changer is connected.

The Aux-inmode is available if a changer is not connected. (See DSC programming.) To select the operating mode:

Press SRC.

Radio operation

Selecting a waveband

With this car radio you can select between the following wavebands:

FM 87.5 - 107.9 MHz

AM 530 - 1710 kHz

Select the desired waveband by pressing the BAITS button.

Station tuning

Automatic seek tuning NV

Press A or V; the car radio will automatically search for the next station.

If you hold A/V pressed up or down on the rocker switch, seek tuning will speed up in the upwards or downwards direction.

Automatic seek tuning

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A

UP

 

V

Down

 

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Manual tuning with << >>

You can also tune into a station manually.

Press << >z-;the frequency will change in short intervals in the downwards or upwards direction.

If you hold << >> pressed to the left or the right on the rocker switch, the frequency scan will speed up.

Switching between the memory banks (FM)

You can switch between the memory banks FM1 , FM2 and FMT in order to store stations and recall them later.

The currently selected memory bank appears in the display.

Press the BA/TS button as many times as necessary until the desired memory bank lights up in the display.

Storing stations

On FM, you can store six stations on the preset buttons 1,2,3,4,5,6 for each of the memory banks (FMI, FM2, FMT).

You can also store six stations on AM.

Select the waveband by pressing BAITS.

Tune into a station with the rocker switch (either automatically A/V or manually CC 2~).

Press the desired preset button until the radio resumes play after the muting (takes approximately 2 seconds) or until you hear a beep.

Now the station has been stored.

The display will temporarily indicate which preset button is currently activated.

Recalling stored stations

You can recall any stored station at the touch of a button.

Select the waveband by pressing BMS. For FM, also choose the corresponding memory bank by pressing the BA/TS button as many times as necessary until the desired bank appears in the display.

Press the corresponding preset button briefly to recall the station.