Blaupunkt Arizona DJ70 User Manual

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TONE AND VOLUME

Tone and volume

Note:

You can make separate adjustments to the bass, treble and loudness for each audio source.

Adjusting the bass

Press the AUD button, 9. “BASS” appears in the display.

Press theorbuttons, 7, in order to adjust the bass.

When you have finished the adjustmentPress the AUD button, 9.

Adjusting the treble

Press the AUD button, 9. “BASS” appears in the display.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “TREBLE” to appear in the display.

Press theorbuttons, 7, in order to adjust the treble.

When you have finished the adjustmentPress the AUD button, 9.

Loudness

Loudness refers to a bass boost at low volume levels matching the ear’s sensitivity.

Press the AUD button, 9. “BASS” appears in the display.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “LOUD” to appear in the display.

Press theorbuttons, 7, in order to adjust the loudness. “LOUD OFF” means that the loudness function is inactive, while “LOUD 6” indicates the maximum loudness boost.

When you have finished the adjustmentPress the AUD button, 9.

Adjusting the left/right volume balance

In order to adjust the balance, press the AUD button, 9.

“BASS” appears in the display.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “BAL” to appear in the display.

Press theorbuttons, 7, in order to adjust the balance between left and right.

When you have finished the adjustmentPress the AUD button, 9.

Adjusting the front/rear volume ratio (fader)

In order to adjust the fader, press the AUD button, 9.

“BASS” appears in the display.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “FADER” to appear in the display.

Press theorbuttons, 7, in order to adjust the balance between front and rear.

When you have finished the adjustmentPress the AUD button, 9.

TA-SOUND

You can make separate adjustments to the tone and volume for traffic announcements.

Hold down the softkey, 4, indicating “TA” for longer than two seconds.

“TA-SOUND”appears in the display.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for the desired parame-

ter to appear in the display.

Perform the adjustments using the

orkey, 7.

When you have finished the adjustmentPress the AUD button, 9.

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DISPLAY

Adjusting the display

Night-timedisplay brightness

You can adjust the display to its location in your vehicle and to your taste.

Adjusting the viewing angle

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “ANGLE” to appear in the display.

Adjust the viewing angle with thekey, 7.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “DIM NGHT” to appear in the display.

Adjust the brightness with thekey,

7.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.

Adjusting the display brightness

If your car radio has been connected as described in the fitting instructions, the display brightness will switch with the headlights. The display brightness can be set at separate levels for day and night in steps from 1 to 9.

Daytime display brightness

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “DIM DAY” to appear in the display.

Adjust the brightness with thekey,

7.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.

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RADIO OPERATION

Radio Operation

This device is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many of the FM stations that can be received transmit a signal in addition to the program itself that contains information such as the name of the station and the type of program (PTY).

As soon as it can be received, the name of the station is shown in the display . If desired, the program type can be displayed.

You may read more about this in the section on “Program Type (PTY)”.

Switching on radio operation

If the radio is in one of the other operating modes

Press the TUNE button, >.

RDS convenience function (AF, REG)

The RDS convenience functionsAF (alternative frequency) and REG (regional) extend the capabilities of your radio (only in FM radio operation).

AF: If the RDS convenience function has been activated, the device searches automatically in the background for the best frequency on which the set station can be received.

REG: Some stations divide their programs at certain times into regional programs with different content. The REG function prevents the car radio from switching to alternative frequencies that have a different regional program content.

Note:

REG must be separately activated or deactivated in the radio function menu.

Switching the RDS convenience function on and off

In order to use the RDS convenience functions AF and REG

press the TUNE button, >, when the radio is operating.

The radio function menu is shown on the display.

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “RDS”.

The RDS convenience functions are active if “RDS” is displayed with light and shade reversed. “REG ON” or “REG OFF” is displayed briefly when the RDS convenience functions are switched on or off.

To return to the basic radio menu

press the TUNE button, >, or wait for eight seconds. The settings are then saved.

Switching REG on and off

In order to use the RDS convenience function REG

press the TUNE button, >, when the radio is operating.

The radio function menu is shown on the display.

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “REG”.

“REG ON” or “REG OFF” is displayed briefly when the REG function is switched on or off.

To return to the basic radio menu

press the TUNE button, >, or wait for eight seconds. The settings are then saved.

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RADIO OPERATION

Select waveband/memory level

This radio receives stations in the VHF (FM) waveband as well as MW and LW (AM) stations. Three memory levels are available for the FM waveband, and one memory level is available for each of the MW and LW bands. Six stations can be stored on each memory level.

Selecting the FM memory level

In order to switch between the FM memory levels

press the softkey, 4, indicating “NEXT” as often as necessary for the desired memory level to be shown in the display.

The memory levels are called up in the sequence FM I, FM II and FMT.

Selecting the waveband

In order to select one of the FM, MW or LW bands

press the TUNE button, >, when the radio is operating.

The radio function menu is shown on the display.

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “BND” as often as necessary for the desired waveband to be shown in the display.

To return to the basic radio menu

Press the TUNE button, >, or wait for eight seconds. The settings are then saved.

Setting the station

There are a number of ways to set the station.

Automatic station search

Press the orbutton, 7.

The next station that can be received is tuned in.

Manual station tuning

You can also tune to the station manually.

Press theorbutton, 7.

Note:

Manual station tuning is only possible if the RDS convenience function is deactivated.

Browsing a chain of stations (FM only)

If a station is providing several programs it is possible to browse through this “chain” of stations.

Press theorbutton, 7, in order to change to the next link in the station chain.

Note:

In order to use this function, the RDS convenience function must be active.

You can only change in this way to a station that you have already received once. To do this, use the Scan or Travelstore functions.

Adjusting the sensitivity of the station search

You can choose whether to search only for stations with strong signals, or whether weak stations should be included.

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for“FM-SENS”to appear in the display.

The current value of the sensitivity is shown on the display. “SENS 6” indicates the maximum sensitivity for the reception of distant transmitters, and “SENS 1” indicates the lowest sensitivity.

Adjust the desired sensitivity with the key, 7.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.

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RADIO OPERATION

Saving a station

Saving a station manually

Choose the desired memory level from FM I, FM II, FMT or one of the other wavebands, MW or LW.

Tune in the desired station as described under “Setting the station”.

Hold down the softkey, 4, indicating the station “ST1” - “ST6” in which the station is to be stored for longer than two seconds.

Saving a station automatically (Travelstore)

You can also save the six strongest stations in the area automatically (FM only).

This is done in the FMT memory level.

Note:

Any stations previously saved on this level will be deleted.

In order to use the Travelstore function

press the TUNE button, >, when the radio is operating.

The radio function menu is shown on the display.

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “TS”.

Storing starts. “T-STORE”appears in the display. When the procedure is complete, the station in memory location one on the FMT level is played.

Going to a preset station

Select the memory level or waveband.

Press the softkey, 4, indicating from “ST1” to “ST6” for the desired station.

Scanning through stations

Scanning through available stations (radio SCAN)

You can listen to short samples from all the stations that can currently be received. The length of the samples can be set, in the menu, at between 5 and 30 seconds.

Starting radio SCAN

To start the radio scan

press the TUNE button, >, when the radio is operating.

The radio function menu is shown on the display.

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “SCA”.

The scanning process starts. “SCAN” is shown on the display for a short time, after which the current station name or the frequency is displayed, flashing.

Scanning through the preset stations

You can listen to short samples from all the stations saved on the various memory levels that can currently be received. The length of the samples can be set, in the menu, to between 5 and 30 seconds.

Starting preset SCAN

To start the preset scan

press the TUNE button, >, when the radio is operating.

The radio function menu is shown on the display.

Hold down the softkey, 4, indicating “SCA” for longer than one second.

The scanning process starts. “SCAN” is shown on the display for a short time. The memory levels are scanned one after another, and the memory location from “ST1” to “ST6” currently being sampled is displayed with light and shade reversed.

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Stopping the SCAN, continue listening to a station

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “SCA” again.

The scanning process is stopped, and the last station sampled remains active.

Adjusting the sample duration (Scantime)

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “SCANTIME” to appear in the display.

Adjust the desired sampling time with

the < key, 7.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.

Note:

The sampling duration that is selected is also applied to the scanning in CD, tape cassette, MiniDisc and CD changer operation (depending on how the radio is equipped).

Program type (PTY)

As well as the station name itself, some FM stations also supply information about the type of program being transmitted. This information can be received and displayed by your radio.

Examples of these program types could be:

CULTURE

TRAVEL

JAZZ

SPORT

NEWS

POP

ROCK

CLASSICS

 

Using the PTY function it is possible to specifically select stations transmitting a particular program type.

If you have started a PTY search, but no matching station is found, the search will be continued in the background.

As soon as a station of the selected type is found, the device changes over from the present station, or out of CD, cassette tape, MiniDisc or CD changer operation (depending on how the radio is equipped) to the station with the selected program type.

Switching PTY on and off

In order to use the PTY function

press the TUNE button, >, when the radio is operating.

The radio function menu is shown on the display.

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “PTY”.

When PTY is switched on, the display briefly shows the last program type that was selected. PTY appears in the display.

To return to the basic radio menu

press the TUNE button, >, or wait for eight seconds. The settings are then saved.

Selecting the program type and starting the search

Press theorbutton, 7.

The current program type is shown on the display.

If you want to change to a different program type

press theorbutton, 7, as often as necessary, until the desired program type is displayed.

Or

In order to select a saved program type, press one of the softkeys, 4, indicating “ST1” to “ST6”.

The selected program type is briefly displayed. In order to start the search

press the orbutton, 7.

The next receivable station with the selected program type is tuned in.

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RADIO OPERATION

Note:

If no station is found with the chosen program type, a beep is sounded, and the display briefly shows “NO PTY”. The tuner returns to the most recently received station.

Storing the program type on the station button

Select a program type with theorbutton, 7.

In order to save a program type, hold down one of the softkeys, 4, indicating “ST1” to “ST6”, for more than one second.

The program type is saved at the chosen location.

Setting the PTY language

You can select the language in which program types are displayed.

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “PTY LANG” to appear in the display.

Press theorbutton, 7, in order to switch between the languages “DEUTSCH”, “ENGLISH” or “FRANCAIS”.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.

Optimising radio reception

Treble cut in the presence of interference (HICUT)

The HICUT function improves the sound when radio reception is poor.

When interference is being received, the treble is automatically cut, which therefore also reduces the level of interference.

Adjusting HICUT

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “HICUT” to appear in the display.

Press theorbuttons, 7, in order to adjust the HICUT.

“NO HICUT” means that the function is inactive, while “HICUT 3” indicates the strongest automatic reduction of the treble and the interference.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.

Bandwidth selection in the presence of interference (SHARX)

The SHARX function provides you with the facility of eliminating interference from neighbouring stations as far as possible. Switch on the SHARX function when stations are crowded.

Switching SHARX on and off

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “SHARX” to appear in the display.

Press theorbuttons, 7, in order to switch SHARX on or off.

“NO SHARX” means that the function is not active, while “SHARX ON” means that the bandwidth selection is operating automatically.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.

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TRAFFIC INFORMATION

Switching between stereo and

Traffic Information

mono

 

 

 

You car radio is equipped with an RDS-EON

When radio reception is poor you can switch

receiver.

the mode to mono. The changeover from ster-

EON (EnhancedOtherNetwork) stands for

eo to mono is executed smoothly. The radio

the broadcasting of station information within

plays in stereo after being switched on. The

a broadcasting network.

selection of stereo or mono is made via the

If a traffic announcement (TA) is made, your

menu.

 

 

 

radio will tune automatically from a non-traf-

Press the MENU button, 8.

fic-informationstation to atraffic-information

Press the

 

or

 

button, 7, as often

station with the broadcasting network.

 

 

The radio then reverts to the programme pre-

as is necessary for “STEREO” or

viously heard once the traffic announcement

“MONO” to appear in the display.

is over.

 

 

 

 

button, 7, to choose

Press the

or

 

Switching traffic information

between stereo and mono.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU

priority on and off

 

button, 8, to leave the menu. The set-

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “TA”.

tings are then saved.

Traffic announcement priority is activated if

 

 

 

 

 

Changing the displayed

“TA” appears with light and shade reversed.

 

information

 

 

 

Note:

You can select the information shown on the

You will hear a warning tone

display.

 

 

 

if you leave the reception area of a traf-

The upper display line (the headline) can dis-

fic radio station to which you are listen-

play the station name, frequency or the pro-

ing,

gram type. The lower display line (DOT field)

if, when you are listening to a CD, tape

can display the time or the memory level.

cassette or MiniDisc (according to how

 

 

 

 

 

Changing the headline

the radio is equipped) the reception

Hold down the DIS button, :, until the

area of the selected traffic radio station,

and the automatic search which then

desired information, i.e. the station

follows fails to find a new traffic radio

name, frequency or program type, ap-

station,

pears.

 

 

 

 

 

 

if you change from a traffic radio station

Changing the DOT field

to a station with no traffic information.

Hold down the DIS button, :, for long-

Either switch off the traffic information priority

er than one second.

or change over to a station with traffic infor-

The display switches between time and mem-

mation.

 

ory level.

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TRAFFIC INFORMATION

CASSETTE OPERATION

Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, until “TA VOLUME” appears in the display.

Adjust the volume with thebuttons, 7, or with the volume control.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU button, 8, to leave the menu. The settings are then saved.

Cassette Operation

Playing cassette tapes

If there is no cassette in the device,

press the button, 1.

The control unit opens to the front.

Insert the cassette into the cassette compartment with the open side to the right.

Close the control unit.

The cassette starts playing with the side that is facing upwards (side A).

If there is already a cassette in the device,

press the CC button, <.

The cassette is played in whichever direction was last selected.

Ejecting the cassette

Press the button, 1.

The control unit opens to the front.

Press the on the opened control unit. The cassette is ejected.

Remove the cassette

or

insert a new cassette.

Close the control unit.

Changing the direction of play

To change between the directions of play for side A and side B,

press the softkey, 4, indicating “REV”.

Note:

The direction of play is automatically reversed at the end of the tape (auto-reverse).

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CASSETTE OPERATION

Skipping tracks (S-CPS)

To select the next or some other track,

press the button, 7, one or more times, until the number of tracks to be skipped appears on the display behind “CPS FF”.

“CPS FF” and the number of tracks to be skipped appear on the display. The tape winds fast forwards to the corresponding following track.

In order to select the previous track,

press the button, 7, one or more times, until the number of tracks to be skipped appears on the display behind “CPS FR”.

“CPS FR” and the number of tracks to be skipped appear on the display. The tape is fast rewound to the start of the present track or of the appropriate previous track.

Playing a track repeatedly

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “RPT”.

The present track is repeated. “RPT ON” appears for a short time on the display, and RPT is displayed with light and shade reversed. While the tape is being rewound after the end of the track, “REWIND” appears in the display.

To stop repeating the track,

press the softkey, 4, indicating “RPT” again.

Play continues as normal.

“RPT OFF” is shown on the display for a short time.

Sampling all the tracks on a cassette (SCAN)

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “SCA”.

Samples from all the tracks on the tape are played in ascending order.

In order to stop sampling the tracks,

press the softkey, 4, indicating “SCA” again.

The track that is currently being sampled will continue to be played.

Note:

The duration of the samples can be adjusted. Refer to the section on “Adjusting the Sample Duration” in the “Radio Operation” section.

There must be a pause of at least three seconds between each of the tracks on the cassette in order to use the S-CPS,RPT and SCAN functions.

Changing the display contents

You can choose between different display modes during cassette operation:

Display of the elapsed play time (“ELAPSED”).

Display of the remaining play time (“REMAIN”).

Display of the tape counter (“COUNTER”).

Display of the time (“CLOCK”).

To change between the various display modes, press the DIS button, :, as often as necessary for the desired information to appear on the display.

Resetting the counter

To reset the counter,

hold down the DIS button, :, for longer than two seconds.

Fast winding

Fast forward

Press thebutton, 7. “FORWARD” appears in the display.

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