Blaupunkt Arizona DJ73 User Manual

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Madrid C72

Nevada DJ72

Arizona DJ73

Operating instructions

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DEUTSCH

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENGLISH

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRANÇAIS

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ITALIANO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SVENSKA

 

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ESPAÑOL

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CONTROLS

1Button, to switch the unit on/off, adjust the volume

2Button, to unlock the removable control panel (release panel)

3NEXT button to display the other pages in a menu and to switch to a different memory bank in radio mode

4Softkeys: the function of the softkeys depends on the current display content

5DEQ+ button, to open the equalizer menu

6button, to open theflip-re-lease control panel

7Joystick

8MENU button, to open the basic settings menu

9AUDIO button, to adjust the bass, treble, balance, fader and loudness (short press) and operate the volume mute feature (long press)

:Display

;SOURCE button, to start cassette playback /CD-changerplayback or Compact Drive MP3 (only if connected)

or

To play an external audio source (only if connected)

<TUNER button, to activate radio mode and open the radio functions menu (only possible in radio mode)

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CONTENTS

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

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

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

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

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Activating mute ..............................

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Telephone audio / navigation audio

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Automatic sound ...........................

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Sound and volume distribution

settings ..................................

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

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

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

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Adjusting the right/left volume

 

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

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Adjusting the front/back volume

 

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

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

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Adjusting the viewing angle ...........

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Adjusting the display brightness .....

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Setting the button illumination

 

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

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Setting the level display .................

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

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

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

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Setting the radiotext display ...........

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

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Cassette mode .......................

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

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

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Changing the playback direction ....

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Skipping tracks (S-CPS) ...............

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Repeating tracks ...........................

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

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

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Fast tape winding ..........................

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Skipping blank spaces (blankskip) . 51

Dolby B noise suppression ............

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Traffic information in cassette mode . 51

CD changer mode (optional) . 52

Switching to CD changer mode .....

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

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

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

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Repeating individual tracks or

 

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

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

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

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CLOCK - Time ........................

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Equalizer ................................

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TMC for dynamic navigation

 

systems ..................................

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Amplifier / sub-out .................

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External audio sources ..........

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

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Installation instructions ........

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NOTES AND ACCESSORIES

Notes and accessories

Road and traffic safety

Thank you for deciding to use 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 equipment, please contact your dealer or the telephone hotline for your country. You will find the telephone numbers 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

Road and traffic safety have absolute priority. Only operate your car radio 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 from afar. For this reason, set the volume of whatever you are listening to at a reasonable level.

Safety information

The car radio and the device's control panel(flip-releasepanel) heat up during use. Therefore, when removing theflip-releasepanel, only hold it by itsnon-metallicsurfaces. Allow the car radio to cool down first if you want to uninstall the whole unit.

Installation

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

Accessories

Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt.

Remote controls

The most important functions of your car radio can be accessed safely and conveniently from the steering wheel using the remote controls RC 08, RC 10 or RC 10H (available as an optional accessory).

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NOTES AND ACCESSORIES

THEFT PROTECTION

The radio cannot be switched on/off using the remote control.

Amplifier

All Blaupunkt amplifiers can be used.

Calibration microphone

You can use the calibration microphone (available as an accessory) for the equalizer’s automatic sound calibration feature.

CD changer

The Blaupunkt CDC A08 CD changer is included with the Nevada DJ72 and Arizona DJ73 units.

The following CD changers can be obtained from accessory retailers for connection to the Madrid C72 unit:

CDC A02, CDC A 08, CDC A 072 and IDC A 09.

You can also connect the CDC A 071 CD-changerby using an adapter cable (Blaupunkt no.: 7 607 889 093).

Compact Drive MP3

As an alternative to a CD changer, you can connect a Compact Drive MP3 to access MP3 music tracks. If you connect a Compact Drive MP3, you will first need to use a computer to store the MP3 music tracks on the Microdrive(tm) hard disk inside the Compact Drive MP3. Then, when the Compact Drive MP3 is connected to the car radio, you can play the tracks like normal CD music tracks. The Compact Drive MP3 is operated in the same way as a CD changer. Most of the CD changer functions can also be used with the Compact Drive MP3.

Removable control panel

Theft protection

As a way of protecting your car radio against theft, the unit is equipped with a removable control panel (flip-releasepanel). Without this control panel, the car radio is worthless to a thief.

Protect your equipment against theft by taking the control panel with you every time you leave your vehicle. Do not leave the control panel in your vehicle - not even in a hiding place.

The control panel has been designed to be easy to use.

Note:

Never drop the control panel.

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

Store the control panel in the supplied case.

Avoid making direct skin contact with the control panel’s contacts. If necessary, clean the contacts with a lint-freecloth soaked in alcohol.

Detaching the control panel

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THEFT PROTECTION

SWITCHING ON/OFF

Press the button 2.

Switching on/off

The control panel latch mechanism opens.

First, pull the control panel straight off the unit and then out towards the left.

The unit switches off after the control panel is removed.

All the current settings are saved.

Any cassette already inserted in the unit remains there.

Attaching the control panel

Slide the control panel from left to right into the unit’s guide.

Press the left-handedge of the control panel into the unit until it clicks into place.

Note:

When attaching the control panel, make sure you do not press the display.

If the unit was still switched on when you removed the control panel, the unit will automatically switch on with the last settings activated (i.e. radio, cassette, CD changer/Compact Drive MP3 or AUX) when the panel is replaced.

There are various ways of switching the unit on/off.

Switching on/off using button

1

To switch the unit on, press button 1until you feel the latch open and the button pushes out.

The unit switches on.

To switch the unit off, press button 1until you feel it click into place.

The unit switches off.

Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition

If the device is correctly connected to the vehicle’s ignition and the unit was not switched off using button 1, it will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition.

You can switch the unit on even if the ignition is off.

To do so, press button 1so that you feel it unlatch and push out.

Note:

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

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ADJUSTING THE VOLUME

Adjusting the volume

The volume can be adjusted in stages from 0 (off) to 50 (maximum).

To increase the volume, turn the volume control 1to the right.

To decrease the volume, turn the volume control 1to the left.

Setting the power-on volume

You can set the unit’s default power-onvolume.

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the softkey 4assigned to the “VOL” display item.

Press the softkey 4assigned to the “ON” display item.

Set the required volume using the volume control 1.

Press the joystick OK 7or theMENU button 8to close the menu.

The settings are saved.

Note:

To avoid damage to your hearing, the power-onvolume is limited to a value of “40”.

Activating mute

This feature allows you to instantaneously reduce the volume (mute).

Press the AUDIO button 9for longer than two seconds

“MUTE” appears in the display.

Cancelling mute

Briefly press the AUDIO button 9.

or

turn the volume control 1.

Telephone audio / navigation audio

If your car radio is connected to a mobile telephone or a navigation system, the unit’s volume will be muted as soon as you “pick up” the telephone or as soon as a navigation announcement is made. The caller or voice output will then be heard over the car radio loudspeakers. In order for this to work, the mobile telephone or navigation system must be connected to the car radio in the manner described in the installation instructions.

You can find out from your Blaupunkt dealer which navigation systems can be used with your car radio.

If a traffic information message is received during a telephone call or whilst a navigation announcement is being made, the traffic message will only be played after the call or voice output is finished.

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If, during a traffic announcement, a telephone call arrives or the navigation system wants to output a spoken instruction, the traffic announcement is interrupted and the telephone call/voice output can be heard.

You can set the volume level at which telephone calls and the navigation voice output will first be heard.

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the softkey 4assigned to the “VOL” display item.

Press the softkey 4that is assigned to the “TEL” display item for the telephone volume or “NAVI” display item for the voice output.

Set the required volume using the volume control 1.

Press the joystick OK 7or theMENU button 8to close the menu.

The settings are saved.

Note:

You can also adjust the volume during the telephone call using the volume control 1.

ADJUSTING THE VOLUME

Automatic sound

 

 

DEUTSCH

This feature automatically adjusts the

 

 

 

 

 

 

volume of the car radio to suit the speed

 

 

 

at which the vehicle is travelling. In or-

 

 

 

der for this to work, your car radio must

 

 

 

 

 

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be connected in the manner described

 

 

 

in the installation instructions.

 

 

The automatic volume boost can be set

 

 

to six levels (0-5).“0” means no boost

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

and “5” means maximum boost.

 

 

FRANÇAIS

Press the MENU button 8.

 

 

 

 

 

Press the softkey 4assigned to

 

 

 

the “VOL” display item.

 

 

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Press the softkey 4assigned to

 

 

 

 

 

the “AUTO” display item.

 

 

 

Set the boost level using the joy-

 

 

 

stick 7.

 

 

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menu.

 

 

Press the joystick OK 7or the

 

 

 

MENU button 8to close the

 

 

 

The settings are saved.

 

 

SVENSKA

Note:

 

 

 

 

 

The optimum setting for the speed-re-

 

 

 

lated sound adjustment feature de-

 

 

 

pends on how noise levels develop in

 

 

ESPAÑOL

which is best suited to your vehicle.

 

 

your particular vehicle. You will need to

 

 

 

test various settings in order to find out

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DANSK

 

 

 

 

 

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