Blaupunkt Arizona DJ70 User Manual

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CASSETTE OPERATION

Fast rewind

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

Stopping the tape

Press the OK button, 5, or the tape run button, 7, on the other side.

Play continues.

Note:

While the tape is being fast wound, it is possible to hear the radio station that was most recently tuned in. This requires the “Radio monitor” function to be switched on.

Switching the radio monitor on and off

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “RM”.

When the radio monitor is switched on, “RM” is displayed with light and shade reversed. The current state, i.e. “RM ON” or “RM OFF”, is shown briefly on the display when switching.

Skipping blank tape

It is possible automatically to skip sections of blank tape that are more than ten seconds long. This requires the blank skip function to be activated.

Switching blank skip on and off

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “BLS”.

When the blank skipping is switched on, “BLS” is displayed with light and shade reversed. The current state, i.e. “BLS ON” or “BLS OFF”, is shown briefly on the display when switching.

Selecting chrome/metal tape

There is a facility for setting the type of tape in the inserted cassette. We recommend that you always set the type of the inserted tape in order to obtain the best replay quality.

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, until “CC TAPE” appears in the display.

Adjust the tape time with theandbuttons, 7.

For chrome and metal tape select the setting “MTL ON”, and select “MTL OFF” for Fe tape.

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

Dolby* B noise suppression

You should switch on the Dolby function whenever you are playing tapes recorded with the aid of the Dolby B process.

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “”.

When the Dolby function is switched on, “” is displayed with light and shade reversed.

* Noise suppression system manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories. The word Dolby and the double-Dsymbol are trademarks of Dolby

Laboratories.

Traffic information with cassette operation

The “TA” function, which gives priority to traffic announcements, enables your radio to receive traffic announcements even when playing cassette tapes. When a traffic announcement comes, the cassette play is stopped and the traffic announcement is played. For more information, read the section on “Traffic Information”.

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CD CHANGER OPERATION

CD changer operation

Fast searching (audible)

(optional)

In order to search rapidly backwards or for-

wards

The Blaupunkt IDC A09 CD changer is in-

hold down one of the

 

or

 

buttons,

 

 

cluded with the Arizona DJ70.

7, until the fast search backwards of

The Blaupunkt CDC A08 CD changer is in-

forwards starts.

cluded with the Missouri DJ70 and the Wash-

 

 

 

 

 

ington DJ70.

Changing the display contents

CD changers can be obtained as accessories

You can choose between different display

for the Madrid C70 and Milano C70. On page

modes during CD changer operation:

33 of this guide you can find which CD chang-

Display of CD number, track number

ers can be used. You can also refer to your

and time.

Blaupunkt dealer.

Display of CD number, track number

Note:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

and playing time.

The operating instructions for your CD chang-

Display of CD name and track number.

er will provide information about handling

In order to change between the display

CDs, inserting them and operating the CD

changer.

modes, press the DIS button, :, as of-

Starting CD changer operation

ten as you need for the desired informa-

tion to be shown on the display.

Press the CDC button, =.

Note:

The CD changer menu is displayed, and play

It is only possible for a CD name to be dis-

will continue from the point where it was last

played if the inserted CD has been provided

interrupted. If the magazine is removed from

with a name. Read the section on “Naming

the CD changer and re-inserted,play will start

CDs”.

with the first track on the first CD detected by

Repeat play of individual tracks or

the CD changer.

Selecting a CD

whole CDs (REPEAT)

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “RPT”.

In order to change up or down to anoth-

“RPT TRCK” appears briefly on the display.

er CD, press the or button, 7, until

In order to repeat play of the whole CD,

the number of the CD you want appears

on the display.

press the softkey, 4, indicating “RPT”

Selecting a track

again.

“RPT DISC” appears briefly on the display.

In order to change up or down to anoth-

Stopping REPEAT

er track on the current CD, press the

 

 

 

 

In order to stop repeating either the current

or

 

 

button, 7, until the number of the

track you want appears on the display.

track or the current CD

 

 

 

 

 

If the

 

 

 

button, 7, is pressed once the cur-

press the softkey, 4, indicating “RPT” as

rent track is started again.

often as necessary for the “RPT OFF” to

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

be shown in the display.

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CD CHANGER OPERATION

Playing tracks in random sequence (MIX)

In order to play the tracks on the current CD in a random sequence

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “MIX”. “MIX CD” appears briefly on the display.

In order to play the tracks on all the inserted CDs in a random sequence

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

“MIX MAG” appears briefly on the display.

Note:

The CDC A 08 and the IDC A 09 will make random selections from all the CDs and all the tracks in the changer. All other changers will first play through all the tracks of one CD at random before moving on to the next CD in the changer.

Ending MIX

Press the softkey, 4, indicating “MIX” as often as necessary for “MIX OFF” to be shown in the display.

Sampling all tracks on all CDs (SCAN)

In order to hear a short sample of all the tracks on all the inserted CDs in ascending order

press the softkey, 4, indicating “SCA”. “SCAN” appears in the display.

Ending SCAN

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. For information on setting the sampling duration, read the paragraphs on “Adjusting the

Sample Duration” in the “Radio Operation” section.

Naming CDs

In order to recognise your CDs more effectively, the car radio allows you to give individual names to up to 99 CDs. The names may have a maximum of seven characters.

If you attempt to assign more than 99 names, the display will show “FULL”.

Entering and changing CD names

Press the MENU button, 8.

Use the /buttons, 7, to select “CDC NAME”.

Press theorbutton, 7.

The device is now in selection mode.

Choose the CD that you want to name with the /buttons, 7.

Press theorbutton, 7.

The device enters edit mode. If your chosen CD is not yet named, seven underscores appear in the display.

The current entry location blinks.

Use the /buttons, 7, to select your characters. If a location is to remain empty, select the underscore.

Use theorbutton, 7, to change the input location.

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

Deleting a CD name

Listen to the CD whose name is to be deleted.

Press the MENU button, 8.

Use the /buttons, 7, to select “UPDATE”.

Press thebutton, 7.

“CD CLR” appears briefly on the display, after which the CD name is shown.

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CD CHANGER OPERATION

Hold down the OK button, 5.

After four seconds “DELETING” appears on the display.

Release the OK button 5. The CD name has been deleted.

Press the MENU button, 8, orOK, 5.

Deleting all CD names

Listen to a CD in CD changer mode.

Press the MENU button, 8.

Use the /buttons, 7, to select “UPDATE”.

Press thebutton, 7.

“CLR ALL” appears in the display.

Hold down the OK button, 5.

After four seconds “DELETING” appears on the display.

Release the OK button, 5. All CD names have been cleared.

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

Programming favourite CD tracks

You can use the TPM function (TrackProgramMemory) to program, save and replay your favourite tracks from a particular CD. You can program the tracks in any order, but they will be played in ascending order. If favourite track play is active, only the tracks previously programmed will be played from the current CD. Up to 30 CDs with a maximum of 40 tracks on each can be handled.

Programming favourite tracks

Proceed as follows to program your favourite tracks on a CD:

Select the CD for which you want to program your favourite tracks in CD changer operation.

Select your first favourite track.

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

The track is accepted into the list of favourite tracks for this CD.

Continue in the same way for all the other favourite tracks on the CD.

Switching favourite track play on and off

In order to begin playing the programmed favourite tracks on the inserted CD, or to stop playing only the favourite tracks

briefly press the softkey, 4, indicating “TPM”.

The current TPM status (“TPM ON” or “TPM OFF”) is briefly displayed.

If favourite track play is active, “TPM” appears on the display with light and shade reversed.

Deleting titles from the list

In order to remove individual entries from the programmed list of favourite tracks on a CD

switch TPM on.

Select the title that is to be deleted.

Hold down the softkey, 4, indicating “CLR” for about two seconds.

“TRCK CLR” appears briefly on the display, and the track has been removed from the programmed list.

Deleting the list of favourite tracks for a CD

You can delete the whole list of favourite tracks for a CD. The CD whose list of favourite tracks is to be deleted must be being played.

Switch TPM on.

Hold down the softkey, 4, indicating “CLR” for about five seconds.

“CD CLR” appears briefly on the display, and programming has been cleared.

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CD CHANGER OPERATION

TIME

Clearing all the lists of favourite titles from the device

You can delete all the programmed lists of favourite tracks for all CDs.

A CD for which favourite tracks are programmed must be inserted.

Switch TPM on.

Hold down the softkey, 4, indicating “CLR” for about eight seconds.

“ALL CLR” appears briefly on the display, and all programmed lists have been cleared.

CLOCK - Time

Setting the time

The clock time can be automatically set by means of the RDS signal. If you cannot receive an RDS station, or if the RDS station to which you are listening does not support this function, it is also possible to set the time manually.

Having the time set automatically

In order to have the time set automatically, press the MENU button, 8.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “CLK MAN” (manual) to appear in the display.

If “CLK AUTO” is displayed, automatic time setting is already active.

Press thebutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “CLK AUTO” to appear in the display.

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

If “CLK AUTO” has been selected and a station with the RDS time function (RDS-CT)is received, the clock is automatically adjusted.

Setting the time manually

In order to adjust the time, press the MENU button, 8.

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

Press theorbutton, 7.

The time is shown on the display. The hours blink and can be adjusted.

Adjust the hours with the /button,

7.

When the hours have been set, press thebutton, 7.

The minutes blink.

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EQUALIZER

Adjust the minutes with the

 

/

 

but-

Equalizer

 

 

 

 

 

 

ton, 7.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This device has a parametric digital equaliz-

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU

er. In this case, parametric means that in each

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

of the three filters, one individual frequency

tings are then saved.

can be emphasised or reduced (with a gain

Selecting 12/24-hourclock mode

of +8 to -8dB).

 

The following filters are available:

Press the MENU button, 8.

LOW EQ

32 - 200 Hz

Press the

 

 

or

 

button, 7, as often

 

 

 

MID EQ

250- 1,600 Hz

 

 

 

as is necessary for “24 H MODE” or “12

HIGH EQ

2,000 - 12,500 Hz

H MODE” to appear in the display.

These filters can be set without using any

Press the

or

 

buttons, 7, to switch

 

measuring instruments. It allows the sound

between the modes.

properties in the vehicle to be significantly

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU

affected.

 

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

Adjustment instructions

tings are then saved.

Having the time displayed

We recommend using a familiar CD to per-

form this adjustment.

constantly when the device is

Before making any adjustments to the equal-

switched off

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

izer zero the tone settings and deactivate the

If you want the time to be displayed

loudness. For more information, read the sec-

when the device is switched of and the

tion on “Tone and volume”.

ignition is switched on, press the MENU

Listen to a CD, tape cassette or Mi-

button 8.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

niDisc (according to how the radio is

Press the

 

 

or

 

button, 7, as often

 

equipped).

 

 

 

 

 

 

as is necessary for “CLK OFF” or “CLK

Compare the sound you hear with how

ON” to appear in the display.

 

you feel it should be.

Press the

or

 

button, 7, to switch

Now consult the “Equalizer adjustment

between the display being ON or OFF.

 

guide” table for “Tone impression”.

Press the OK button, 5or theMENU

Adjust the equalizer values as de-

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

 

scribed under “Action”.

tings are then saved.

Switching the equalizer on and off

To switch off the equalizer, press the DEQ button, 6.

“LOW EQ” is shown on the display.

To switch off the equalizer, hold down the DEQ button, 6until “DEQ OFF” briefly appears.

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EQUALIZER

Adjusting the equalizer

Press the DEQ button, 6.

Select the “LOW EQ”, “MID EQ” or

“HIGH EQ” filter with the orbutton,

7.

To select the frequency, press theor

button, 7.

Adjust the level with the orkey, 7.

In order to select the next filter, first

press the OK button, 5, then theorbutton, 7.

When you have completed all the settings, press the DEQ button, 6.

Adjusting the sharpness of the filter

Press the DEQ button, 6.

Select the adjustments for the sharpness of the individual filters “LO-Q-FAC”,

“MI-Q-FAC”or“HI-Q-FAC”with theorbutton, 7.

To adjust the sharpness of the filter, press theorbutton, 7.

In order to select the next filter, first

press the OK button, 5, then theorbutton, 7.

When you have completed all the settings, press the DEQ button, 6.

Selecting the tone preset

You can choose preset tone settings for the following musical styles.

ROCK

DISCO

JAZZ

CLASSIC

VOCAL

Settings for these styles have already been programmed.

Press the DEQ button, 6.

Select “PRESET” with the orbutton, 7.

To select the preset tone, press theor

button, 7.

Press the OK button, 5.

When you have completed all the settings, press the DEQ button, 6.

Adjusting the level indicator

The level indicator, or spectrometer, on your display temporarily provides a symbolic indication of the volume, the tone control settings and the equalizer settings while you make the adjustments.

When adjustments are not being made, the spectrometer can be used to display the car radio’s output level.

Switching the spectrometer on and off

Press the MENU button, 8. “MENU” appears in the display.

Press the orbutton, 7, as often as is necessary for “PEAK ON” or “PEAK OFF” to appear in the display.

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

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

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EQUALIZER

Equalizer adjustment guide

Tone impression/problem

Action

 

 

Bass too quiet

Bass boost with

 

Filter: “LOW EQ”

 

Frequency: 50 to 100 Hz

 

Level :+4 to +6 dB

 

 

Bass sounds muddy

Reduce lower middle tones with

Booming tone

Filters: “LOW EQ”, “MID EQ”

Unpleasant pressure

Frequency: 125 to 400 Hz

 

Level : approx. -4dB

 

 

Tone lacks depth,

Reduce middle tones with

is aggressive, no stereo effect.

Filters: “MID EQ”, “HIGH EQ”

 

Frequency: 1,000 to 2,500 Hz

 

Level : -4to-6dB

 

 

Muffled tone

Boost treble tones with

Lack of clarity

Filter: “HIGH EQ”

Instruments have no brightness

Frequency: approx. 12,500 Hz

 

Level : +2 to +4 dB

 

 

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EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES

TMC

External audio sources

Instead of theCD-changer,you can connect an external audio source with line output. Such sources might be a portable CD player, a MiniDisc player or an MP3 player.

The AUX input must be switched on in the menu.

You need an adapter cable to connect an external audio source. You can obtain such a cable from your Blaupunkt dealer.

Switching the AUX input on and off

Press the MENU button, 8.

Press the button, 7, as often as is necessary for “AUX OFF” or “AUX ON” to appear in the display.

If “AUX ON” is displayed, the input has already been switched on.

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

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

Note:

If the AUX input is switched on it can be selected with the CDC button, =.

TMC for dynamic navigation systems

TMC means “Traffic Message Channel”.

TMC is used to transmit traffic announcements digitally, and can therefore be used for route planning by suitable navigation systems. Your car radio has a TMC output that can be connected to Blaupunkt navigation systems. Your Blaupunkt dealer can tell you which navigation systems can be used with your car radio.

If a navigation system is connected and a TMC station is received, TMC will light up in the display.

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PRE-AMPLIFIER /SUBOUT

TECHNICAL DATA

Pre-amplifier /subout

Technical data

You can use the connections provided on your car radio to connect an external pre-amplifierand a subwoofer.

We recommend that you use matching products from the Blaupunkt or Velocity ranges.

Amplifier

Output power:

4 x 25 Watt sine wave

 

according to

 

DIN 45 324 at 14. 4 V

 

4 x 45 Watt max. power

Switch-ondelay for external preamplifiers

You can set a switch-ondelay for connecting apre-amplifiervia thePre-ampOut connection. The maximum delay is four seconds.

Press the MENU button, 8.

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

Press theorbuttons, 7, in order to adjust theswitch-ondelay.

“DLAY OFF” means that there is no switchon delay, while “DELAY 1” to “DELAY 4” indicate the delay time in seconds.

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

Tuner

Wavebands:

 

 

 

VHF (FM)

:

87.5 – 108 MHz

MW

:

531

– 1,602 kHz

LW

:

153

– 279 kHz

FM frequency response:

30 - 15,000 Hz

CD

Frequency response:

20 - 20,000 Hz

Pre-ampOut

4 channels:

4 V

AUX input

Sensitivity: 1,2 V / 10 kΩ

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