Blaupunkt AUGSBURG CR 24 User Manual

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Operating instructions

Augsburg CR 24

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Contents

 

Short description .........................

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Important information ..................

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What you need to know! .......................

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Traffic safety .........................................

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Installation/connection ..........................

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Anti-theftcoding ..........................

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Wrong code number entered ................

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Switching the code system on ..............

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Restart following interruption of power

 

supply ....................................................

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Switching the code system off ..............

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Optical indication of theft protection ......

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

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Station search .......................................

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Manual station search ...........................

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Adjusting the station search sensitivity . 18

Stereo - mono switch ............................

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Changing the memory bank ..................

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

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Storing the strongest stations auto-

 

matically with Travelstore ......................

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

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Sampling stored stations briefly with

 

Preset-Scan ..........................................

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Sampling stations briefly

 

with Radio-Scan ....................................

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Traffic messages (ARI) ................

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Switching the traffic messages (ARI)

 

on and off ..............................................

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

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

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Automatic search start ..........................

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Adjusting the volume for traffic messages

and warning beep .................................

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Tape operation

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Inserting the tape ..................................

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Ejecting the cassette .............................

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Fast tape run

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Autoreverse function .............................

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Care of your audio equipment ...............

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Technical data

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Short description

1 Amplifier

On Off

Volume

Scan: Press for 1 second.

Tone Balance

When “Cod” lights up in the display, read chapter “Anti-theftcoding” first.

Balance

To adjust the volume of the left and right channel.

SCAN

Press for approximately 1 second to sample all stations to be received.

2 Rocker switch

 

Station search

 

up

down in

up in

short intervals

short intervals

 

down

Extra function:

Coding Confirm withafter having entered the code.

3Eject cassette tape

Press

4Cassette tape slot

Insert cassette (side A or 1 facing up, the open side facing to the right).

5 Rapid tape run/Autoreverse

Switch-overto the other track

Press simultaneously

Fast

 

 

Fast

 

 

rewind;

 

 

forward;

To stop: press FF

 

To stop: press FR

Side A or 1 Side B or 2

Track indication

6 Display

Wave band

Frequency

Memory bank

Preset button

ARI priority

ARI

station code Stereo

Sensitivity (station search)

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7 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 - preset buttons

8 lo

For each memory bank (I, II, III) you

Station search sensitivity

can store up to 6 stations.

“lo” lit up in the display indicates normal

To store a station: Press button during

sensitivity for the station search func-

radio operation and hold it. First the

tion (the system will pick up strong sta-

station will be muted and then becomes

tions only).

audible again.

“lo” not lit up in the display indicates

To recall a station: Select the memory

high sensitivity for the station search

bank using the FM•T button and press

function (the system will also pick up

the respective preset button (press re-

weaker stations).

peatedly if necessary).

To change the search sensitivity:

 

press lo.

Extra function:

 

Coding - Read chapter“Anti-theftcod-

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ing” first.

When ARI is visible in the display, you

Buttons 1, 2, 3, 4 - To enter the code.

can only listen to those radio stations

Press each button repeatedly until the

which broadcast traffic messages.

code of the car radio pass is indicated

ARI on/off: press button.

in the display.

 

: FM•T - FM, Travelstore

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Selector for the FM memory banks I, II,

 

III and “T”T(ravelstore).

 

To change the memory bank:

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Press button until the desired memory

 

bank in indicated in the display.

 

To store the six nearest, strongest stati-

 

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ons automatically with Travelstore:

 

 

 

Store: PressFM•T until the search

 

 

starts in the display.

 

 

Recall: PressFM•T until “T” appears in

 

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the display. Then briefly press one of

 

 

 

the presets 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

 

 

; PS (Preset-Scan)

 

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briefly.

 

To sample all stored stations of the

 

 

selected memory bank (FM I-IIIor T)

 

 

 

 

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Important information

Anti-theftcoding

What you need to know!

Before starting to use your new car radio you should carefully read through the information on “Traffic safety” and “Anti-theftcoding”.

Traffic safety

Traffic safety has always priority. Use your car radio in such a manner that you are always able to cope with and react to the prevailing traffic situation at any given time. Remember, even at 50 km/h you are still moving at a speed of 14 m per seconds.

It is also very important that you are able to hear, and react to, acoustic warning signals around you, for example from the police or the firebrigade.

Therefore, adjust the volume reasonably.

Installation/connection

The code system can only be switched on and off, if the radio is connected to permanent power.

If you like to install your new car radio by yourself or add other audio components to the existing ones, then please read carefully the enclosed instructions on installation and connection.

Do not connect the loudspeaker outputs to ground!

Only use the accessory and replacement parts approved by Blaupunkt.

The car radio comes standard with the code system deactivated.

If the anti-theftcoding system is on while the power supply to the unit is interrupted (e.g. theft, disconnecting the car battery), the set is electronically blocked. Then it may only be used again after the appropriate code number has been entered (see car radio passport).

Wrong code number entered

It should not be possible for thieves to ascertain the code number by trial-and-error.This is why the set will be blocked for a certain period of time, if an incorrect code number is entered. In this case, “- --”will appear in the display.

This waiting time is 10 seconds after the first three attempts, and 1 hour following subsequent attempts.

After 19 unsuccessful attempts, “OFF” will appear in the display and the set can no longer be restarted.

Note:

Keep you car radio passport with the code number in a safe place in order to avoid “unauthorized access” to your car radio.

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If the power supply to the radio is interrupted while the code system is switched on, you need to know the right code number.

The radio will operate again as soon as you have entered the right code number.

If you lose your radio passport and have forgotten your code number, you will not be able to restart the set after the power supply has been interrupted. In this case, your radio can only be reset in our central customer service workshop or in one of our service agencies abroad.

Restart following interruption of

Now it is essential to enter the correct code

power supply

after the waiting period has elapsed (Cod in

(Code system switched on)

the display).

• Switch on the set.

If the radio is turned off before the waiting

period has elapsed, then the waiting period

“Cod” will appear in the display.

restarts as soon as the radio is turned on

• Briefly press preset button 1, “000” will

again.

appear in the display.

 

• Enter the code number given in the

Switching the code system off

Blaupunkt car radio passport:

• Turn off the radio.

Preset button 1 only allows to choose

• Simultaneously press preset buttons 1

“0” or “1”. The first “0” will not be dis-

played.

and 4 and hold them down.

Switching the code system on

Example: the code number is 0521.

Precondition:

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Press preset button 1 until “000” ap-

 

pears in the display.

The radio must be connected to permanent

 

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Press preset button 2 five times,

power.

 

“500” appears in the display.

In order to switch the code system on:

 

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Press preset button 3 twice, “520”

• Turn the radio off.

 

appears in the display.

• Hold down the preset buttons 1 and4

 

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Press preset button 4 once, “521”

simultaneously.

 

appears in the display.

• Turn the radio on.

• To confirm the code number:

“Cod” briefly appears before the radio

Press the upper part of the rocker

begins to operate.

switch .

• Release preset buttons 1 and4.

Your car radio is now ready for operation.

The code system is on.

 

 

“Cod” will be briefly displayed each time the If three dashes appear again in the display, radio is turned on. you have entered a wrong code number.

Turn the set on.

“Cod” will appear in the display.

Enter the code number given in the Blaupunkt car radio passport and confirm: See example “Restart following interruption …”.

The code system is now deactivated.

Optical indication of theft protection

As optical warning of the encoded car radio, the LED 5 flashes when the ignition is switched off, provided the car radio has been connected correspondingly.

For this, please read through the installation instructions.

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Radio operation

With this car radio you can receive FM frequencies ranging from 87.5 to 108 MHz.

Station search

Press /, the car radio will then automatically tune into the next station.

If you hold the upper or lower part /of the rocker switch depressed, the search function will forward quickly in the corresponding direction.

 

Station search

 

up

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short intervals

short intervals

 

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Manual station search << >>

Press << or >>, the frequency will then move up or down in short intervals.

If you hold the rocker switch depressed, then the frequencies will move up or down more quickly.

Adjusting the station search sensitivity

You can adjust the sensitivity of the automatic station search.

For this,

press lo.

When “lo” is visible in the display, then only those stations with relatively strong signals will be picked up (low sensitivity).

When “lo” is not visible in the display, then stations with weaker signals will also be picked up (high sensitivity).

Stereo - mono switch

You can switch to mono when the reception conditions are only poor:

Press lo for approximately 2 seconds. During mono reception the stereo signwill go out in the display.

Each time the car radio is switched on, the reception will automatically be set to stereo. The radio will automatically shift to mono when the reception conditions are poor.

Changing the memory bank

You can shift between the memory banks I, II, III and T to store and recall the stored stations.

The selected memory bank is indicated in the display.

Press FM•T until the desired memory bank is indicated in the display (press repeatedly if necessary).

Storing stations

For each memory bank (I, II, III, T) you can store up to six stations using the preset buttons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

Select the memory bank by pressing

FM•T.

Use the rocker switch to tune in a station (either automatically or manually).

Press the desired preset button and hold it. First the station will be muted and then becomes audible again (after approximately 2 seconds).

Now the station has been stored in the respective memory bank.

The activated preset button is indicated in the display.

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Note:

If you tune into a station which has already been stored on another memory bank, the corresponding preset button and the memory bank will start flashing on the display for approximately 5 seconds.

Storing the strongest stations automatically with Travelstore

Recalling stored stations

You can recall any stored station by pressing the corresponding button.

Select the memory bank.

For this, press FM•T until the desired memory bank is indicated in the display.

Briefly press the corresponding preset.

In your respective reception area you can

Sampling stored stations briefly

automatically store the six strongest FM sta-

with Preset-Scan

tions, sorted according to their frequencies.

This feature is particularly useful when you

You can briefly sample all stored stations of

are travelling.

a memory bank using the Preset-Scanfunc-

• Press FM•T for at least 2 seconds.

tion.

The radio will search for the nearest FM

• Press PS,

stations and store them in the memory bank

the set will sample all stations of the

“T” (Travelstore). When the process has been

selected memory bank I, II, III or “T”

completed, the first station will be set.

briefly one after another.

If you wish, you can also store stations in the

Free preset buttons will be skipped.

Travelstore memory bank manually (see “StoTo stop this function:

ring stations”).

• Press PS once again.

 

The radio will continue to play the cur-

 

rently sampled station.

Sampling stations briefly with Radio-Scan

Starting with the currently played station you can sample the following ones one after another for approximately 8 seconds each:

Press knob 1 for approximately 1 second.

As soon as the following station is found, it will be sampled for approximately 8 seconds. The corresponding frequency starts flashing in the display; if this station has been already stored, then the corresponding preset button and memory bank will also light up in the display. When the sampling period has elapsed, the radio will start sampling the next station.

To keep on listening to a sampled station:

Press knob 1 once again. The Scan function is off.

If no station is selected during the sampling process, the set will start playing the station from which the search operation has been started before.

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Traffic messages (ARI)

Many FM stations broadcast traffic messages for their reception area at regular intervals. Stations using the ARI system also broadcast an “ARI signal” during their programmes, so that your car radio can recognize them. Another signal is broadcast to indicate the beginning and end of a traffic message. Traffic messages are broadcast at a preset volume, the level of which can be regulated (see “Adjusting the volume for traffic messages and warning beep”). If you are playing a cassette, it will be interrupted until the traffic message has ended and will then resume operation.

Switching the traffic messages (ARI) on and off

If you want to switch the reception of traffic messages (ARI) on and off,

press ARI.

When the reception of traffic stations is activated, “ARI” will light up in the display.

Now the radio will only pick up those stations broadcasting an ARI signal.

Warning beep

Should you leave the reception area of the station you are tuned to, then you will hear a warning beep after approximately 30 seconds.

If you should press a preset button for a station which does not broadcast the ARI signal, then you will also hear a warning beep.

Switching the warning beep off

a)Tune to a different station broadcasting the ARI signal:

Press the rocker switch 2 or

activate a preset button with a station that broadcasts the ARI signal.

or

b)Switch the traffic message priority off:

Press ARI.

“ARI” goes out in the display.

Automatic search start

(during cassette operation)

If you should leave the reception area of your ARI station while you are playing a cassette, then the car radio will automatically tune into a different station broadcasting the ARI signal.

If no such ARI station is found within approximately 30 seconds after the search function has started, the cassette will stop and you will hear a warning beep.

Switch the warning beep off as described above.

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