Blaupunkt ATLANTA RCM 169 User Manual

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Atlanta RCM 169

Operating instructions

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Contents

 

Quick Reference ...........................

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RC 08 remote control unit ...........

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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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Telephone mute ....................................

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

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Guarantee .............................................

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International telephone information ......

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KeyCard theft protection

 

system ...........................................

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Operating the unit for the first time .......

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Incorrect KeyCard .............................

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Removing the KeyCard ........................

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“Training” a second KeyCard /

 

Replacing a KeyCard ............................

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Incorrect KeyCard .............................

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Displaying the radio pass data .............

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Short Additional Memory (S.A.M.) ........

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Turn On Message (T.O.M.) ..................

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Flashing light as theft protection ..........

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Care of your KeyCard ...........................

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Lost or damaged KeyCard ...................

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Training the new KeyCard ....................

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First-timeinstallation ...................

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Activating the Install menu ...................

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Closing the Install menu .......................

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

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Entering your Owner Identification .......

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Reset to default settings .......................

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Switching the ignition connection on/off ..

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Switching the internal output stage

 

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

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Connecting external equipment ...........

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Closing the INSTALL menu ..................

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Selecting the operating mode .....

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Optimising the viewing angle .....

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Radio operation with RDS ...........

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Switching between the menu levels .....

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AF - Alternative frequency ....................

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REG - regional program .......................

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

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

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Automatic tuning / .......................

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Manual tuning with << / >> ................

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Scrolling through the broadcasting

 

networks (FM only) ...............................

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Changing the memory bank (FM).........

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

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Automatically storing the strongest

 

stations with Travelstore .......................

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

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Scanning stored stations with

 

Preset Scan ..........................................

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Scanning stations with Radio Scan ......

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Changing the scan time (Scan) ............

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Selecting the seek tuning sensitivity ....

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Switching from stereo to mono (FM) ....

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Automatic bandwidth adjustment

 

(SHARX) ...............................................

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PTY - Program Type .............................

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Switching PTY on/off .........................

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Program type ........................................

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Checking the program type of the

 

station ................................................

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Selecting and storing PTY program

 

types ..................................................

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PTY seek tuning ................................

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Radio text ..............................................

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Traffic information station

 

reception with RDS-EON .............

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Traffic announcement priority on/off ....

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Warning beep .......................................

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Switching the warning beep off ............

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Automatic seek tuning start ..................

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Adjusting the volume for traffic

 

announcements and the warning beep ..

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Tape operation .............................

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Inserting a cassette ..............................

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Removing a cassette ............................

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Switching on tape deck operation ........

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Dolby B NR* ..........................................

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Selecting the display mode ..................

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Track reverse ........................................

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Scanning cassette titles with SCAN .....

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Selecting titles with S-CPS ...................

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Repeating titles with RPT .....................

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Fast tape forward/rewind ......................

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Listening to the radio while fast

 

forwarding or rewinding the tape

 

with Radio Monitor (RM) .......................

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Automatically skipping over blank

 

portions of the tape with Blank Skip

 

(BLS) .....................................................

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Care instructions ...................................

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

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Switching on CD changer

 

operation ...............................................

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Selecting the display mode ..................

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

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

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Repeating tracks/CDs ...........................

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TPM (Track Program Memory) .............

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Switching TPM playback on/off .........

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Storing tracks with TPM ....................

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Deleting the TPM ..............................

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

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

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Entering CD names ..............................

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Deleting CD names/TPM at the same

 

time .......................................................

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Clock - Time ..................................

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Displaying the clock ..............................

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

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Selecting a 12 or 24-hourmode ...........

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Synchronisation ....................................

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DSA ................................................

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An overview of the equalizer functions

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Activating the equalizer settings ...........

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Switching the equalizer on/off ..............

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Self-adjustingequalizer ........................

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Hi-fiself-adjustment ..............................

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Starting the hi-fiself-adjustment ...........

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Manual equalizer adjustment ...............

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Activating an equalizer setting .............

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DNC ...............................................

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Adjusting DNC ......................................

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Adjusting DNC sensitivity .....................

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Switching DNC on/off ...........................

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

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

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TUN (Tuner) ..........................................

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DISP (Display) ......................................

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VAR (Various) .......................................

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KC (KeyCard) .......................................

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CLK (Clock) ..........................................

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CDC (changer) ......................................

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Overview of the DSC default

 

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

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

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

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

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Tape deck .............................................

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Glossary -

 

Technical Terminology ................

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Index ..............................................

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

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Quick Reference

1Unlocking the fold-downoperating panel

After the operating panel has been unlocked it is possible to insert or remove

the KeyCard or a cassette.

Press 1 to unlock the panel, it will fold down forwards. The operating panel cannot be removed and must not be used as a storage shelf. To close and lock the operating panel, push it back to its original position (arrow 3).

2ON

Switching the unit on:

With the KeyCard inserted, press ON briefly.

The unit will begin to operate in the mode last selected at the power-onvolume.

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For safety’s sake, the operating panel must always remain closed while the vehicle is moving.

When you leave the vehicle, open the operating panel and remove the KeyCard as added theft protection.

When the unit is switched on for the first time, “INSTALL” will appear in the top line of the display. Now it is possible to alter important basic settings, such as the clock, proof of ownership, reset to the default settings, etc.

If necessary, refer to the section on “First-timeinstallation”.

Press EXIT to quit this menu.

Switching the unit off:

Press ON for approx. 1 sec.

The angle of the display can be adjusted to optimise its legibility. If necessary, refer to the section on “Optimising the viewing angle”.

Switching the sound on/off:

Press ON briefly. If the sound has been switched off, “Mute” will appear in the display.

You can switch on the sound again by turning the volume knob 3.

Switching the unit on/off with the KeyCard:

The unit can also be switched on/off by inserting or removing the KeyCard. Also refer to No. B in the Quick Reference for the section on the KeyCard theft protection system.

Switching the unit on/off with the ignition:

The unit can be switched on/off with the vehicle ignition if the unit has been installed accordingly.

After you switch off the ignition, you will hear a beep to remind you to remove the KeyCard before you leave the vehicle.

Switching the unit on when the ignition is off

If the ignition is switched off (but the KeyCard in place), it is possible to operate the unit as follows:

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Quick Reference

After the beep press ON. The unit will switch on.

After the unit has played for an hour, it will switch off automatically to prevent the vehicle battery from running down.

3Adjusting the volume

Turn the knob to adjust the volume.

The volume setting will appear in the top line of the display. When the unit is switched on, it will play at a pre-de-fined volume (VOL).

VOL can be adjusted as well (refer to “DSC programming - VAR, VOL”).

4Softkeys / Display

Softkey = a key with changing functions

You can select the functions which appear in the display.

Radio operation

Switching between the menu levels

During radio operation, you can press TU to switch between menu level 1 and menu level 2.

Menu level 1 contains four pages (FM1, FM2, FM3, FMT) which can be used to store radio stations. Press NEXT to switch to the next page.

Menu level 2 has two pages containing functions related to radio operation. Page 1 includes FM, TS, TA, AM, PS, SCAN.

Page 2 includes AF, LOC, PTY, REG, RT, MONO. Press PRE orNEXT to switch between the pages.

The unit will switch back to menu level 1 automatically 8 sec. after the last key has been pressed.

Menu level 1

Station keys and memory banks

NEXT - FM

Switches between FM1, FM2, FM3, FMT

NEXT - AM (MW, LW)

Switches between the MW and LW wavebands

Keys 1 - 6

To store and recall radio stations on the FM waveband: FM1, FM2, FM3, FMT.

It is possible to store and recall 6 stations each on the MW and LW wavebands.

To store stations: Press the key for approx. 1 sec.

To recall stations: Press the key briefly.

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Quick Reference

Menu level 2

Adjusting the radio functions

NEXT - FM

Switches to additional radio functions: AF, LOC, PTY, REG, RT, MONO

PRE

Switches to the previous radio functions:

FM, TS, TA, AM, PS, SCAN.

FM

Switches to FM.

TS (Travelstore)

Automatically stores the six stations with the strongest reception in the “FMT” memory bank.

TA (TrafficAnnouncement = Priority for traffic information)

“TP” will appear in the display when the radio is tuned into a station which broadcasts traffic information.

“TA” will appear when the priority for traffic information has been activated. Switching priority on/off: Press TA.

To interrupt a traffic message: Press STOP. Stop will only appear in the display during traffic message broadcasts.

ENT (Enter)

Press this key to accept/store the settings made.

EXIT

Press this key to end/cancel any settings made.

AM

Switches to AM (MW or LW). Press NEXT to select the other AM waveband.

PS (Preset-Scan)

The radio stations stored on the preset keys in reception range will be scanned one after the other.

To stop the Preset Scan function: Press EXIT.

SCAN

All of the radio stations within reception range on the selected waveband will be scanned.

To stop the Scan function:

Press EXIT.

Switch to

AF, LOC, PTY, REG, RT, MONO: Press NEXT.

If you want to activate these functions from menu level 1, first press TU and thenNEXT.

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Quick Reference

AF

(AlternativeFrequency for RDS operation)

Switching AF on/off: Press AF briefly.

LOC - Local

Press LOC to switch the seek tuning sensitivity between “Local” and “Distance”.

PTY

(ProgramType)

PTY changes the station keys into program keys.

Switching PTY on/off: Press PTY briefly. PTY will light up under top line in the display.

REG (Regional)

Gives priority to regional programs. Switching REG on/off: Press REG briefly.

RT - Radio text

Transmits the text broadcast by the radio station selected.

Radio text cannot be activated unless the ignition is off or you have switched to “IGN off” in the Install menu.

MONO

Switches between stereo/mono When the unit is switched on, it automatically switches to stereo.

Tape deck operation

During tape deck operation, the tape deck functions can be selected when you press the corresponding softkeys.

REVerse

Switches to the other tape track (side). The display indicates which side (A/B) is currently playing.

SCAN

Scans the songs on the cassette briefly.

To start/stop Scan: Press SCAN. When Scan is switched on, the corresponding red arrow will flash.

RPT (Repeat)

Repeats the scanned or the next song. The song will continue to repeat until RPT is switched off. The Repeat function will end automatically when the cassette is removed or the tape deck is switched off.

To switch Repeat on/off: Press RPT. The function will be displayed briefly in the top line of the display and the DOT display.

When RPT has been activated, the corresponding red arrow will light up.

RM (RadioMonitor)

Plays the radio while the tape is fastforwarding or rewinding. When the red arrow lights up in front of “RM”, the radio will play when the tape is fast-for-warding or rewinding.

To switch RM on/off: Press RM. The function will be displayed briefly in the top line of the display and the DOT display.

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Quick Reference

BLS (BlankSkip)

Skips over blank portions of the tape. When the red arrow lights up in front of “BLS”, this function has been activated.

As soon as the system detects a pause of more than 10 seconds in the tape playback, it will automatically fastforward the tape to the next song.

To switch Blank Skip on/off: Press BLS. The function will be displayed briefly in the top line of the display and the DOT display.

DLBY (Dolby B NR*)

Cassettes recorded using Dolby B NR can be played back in the best possible quality. The function has been activated when the red arrow lights up in front of “DLBY”.

To switch Dolby on/off: Press DLBY. The function will be displayed briefly in the top line of the display and the DOT display.

*The noise reduction system is manufactured under licence from the Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. The word DOLBY and the double-Dsymbol are trademarks of the DOLBY Laboratories.

CD changer operation (CDC)

During CD changer operation, use the corresponding softkeys to select MIX, SCAN, RPT (repeat), TPM and NAME.

Press CDC:

During CD changer operation, menu level 1 indicates which magazine slots contain CDs, use NEXT to page through.

Press CDC to switch the menu level. Now you can activate the functions from “MIX” to “NAME”.

MIX

CD tracks are played in random order. Press MIX to select the following functions:

-MIX CD = The tracks on the CD selected are played in random order. The CDs are selected in numerical order, the tracks then played back in random order.

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MIX MAG = All of the tracks on the

 

DEUTSCH

 

 

 

CDs in the magazine are played

 

 

 

back in random order.

 

 

 

 

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SCAN

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MIX OFF = switches the function off.

 

Scans the tracks on all of the CDs.

Start SCAN:

FRANÇAIS

 

Press SCAN. The tracks will be

 

scanned in ascending order.

 

End SCAN:

 

ITALIANO

Press SCAN. The track last scanned

 

will begin to play.

 

Press RPT to select from the following

 

 

NEDERLANDS

RPT - Repeat

 

CD tracks and entire CDs can be

 

played repeatedly.

 

functions:

 

 

SVENSKA

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RPT off = switches the function off.

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REP TRCK = repeats track

 

- REP CD = repeats CD

 

TPM - TrackProgramMemory

 

 

ESPAÑOL

Stores and plays back your favourite

 

tracks. It is possible to archive up to 99

 

CDs with a maximum of 40 tracks each

 

(refer to the section on “TPM program-

 

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Quick Reference

CLR

Deletes the TPM (refer to the section on “Deleting the TPM”).

NAME

You can enter names with a maximum of 7 characters for up to 99 CDs. When these CDs are played, the name entered will appear in the top line of the display if the display has been set

to “Name” (refer to the section on “CD naming”).

5Top line

Indicates a function of the operating mode selected, e.g. the radio station selected during radio operation.

You can use DIS to select what is displayed in the top line.

Radio operation

EUROPE 1 -

radio station name

or

 

 

102.40

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frequency

or

 

 

Pop M(usic) -

PTY code

or

 

 

10:53

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clock

Tape deck operation

Side A / B

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Tape side

Forward

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Fast forward

Rewind

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Fast rewind

CPS FF/FR

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Cassette Program

 

 

Search forwards/back

CD changer operation

VIVALDI

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CD name

or

 

 

CD 2 T 2

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CD number and track

 

 

number

or

 

 

10:53

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clock

6DSA (DigitalSoundAdjustment)DNC (DynamicNoiseCovering) Adjusts the volume to the driving

noise. Refer to the section on “DSA” or “DNC”.

7 Rocker switch

Radio operation

If you press the rocker switch while you are on menu level 2, the unit will automatically switch back to menu level 1.

/Radio station seek tuning

Up Down

<< / >> Up/down in increments (for FM only, when AF and PTY are switched off)

For FM only:

<< / >> Pages through the station network when AF and PTY are switched off, e.g.: NDR 1, 2, 3, 4,N-JOY ... .

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