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Bergamo RCR 148

Montana RCR 148

Wiesbaden RCR 148

Operating instructions

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11Fernbedienung RC 06 (Option) Remote control RC 06 (optional) Télécommande RC 06 (en option) Telecomando RC 06 (optional) Afstandsbediening RC 06 (Optie) Fjärrkontroll RC 06 (Tillval)

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Mando a distancia RC 06 (opcional)

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Contents

 

Quick reference ............................

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Important notes ............................

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Precautions ...........................................

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

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Installation .............................................

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

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KeyCard theft protection system 31

Operating the unit .................................

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

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“Training” a second KeyCard/

 

Replacing a 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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Optical indication of anti-theft

 

protection ..............................................

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

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Switching the audio source ........

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

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

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REG - regional programme ..................

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Selecting a waveband

 

(only Bergamo RCR 148) .....................

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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 .................

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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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Selecting the seek tuning sensitivity ....

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Switching from stereo to mono .............

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Loudness ..............................................

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PTY – Programme-Type.......................

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

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Programme type ...................................

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Checking the programme type of

 

the station ..........................................

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Displaying the selected programme

 

type ....................................................

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Selecting a programme type .............

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Storing programme types ..................

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Scanning stations with PTY-SCAN ...

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PTY priority ........................................

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Receiving traffic programme

 

stations with RDS-EON................

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Traffic announcement priority on/off ....

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Beep tone .............................................

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Switching off the beep tone ...............

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Automatic seek tuning start

 

(tape operation) ....................................

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Adjusting the volume for traffic

 

announcements and the beep tone ......

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

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Inserting a tape .....................................

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Removing a tape...................................

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Fast Forward/Rewind ...........................

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Selecting titles with CPS

 

(Cassette Programme Search) .............

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Switching the tape side (autoreverse) ..

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Tape equalisation .................................

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Scanning cassette titles with SCAN .....

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Listening to the radio during fast tape

 

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

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Care notes ............................................

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

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Overview of DSC factory settings ........

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Appendix .......................................

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

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Blaupunkt telephone hotline .................

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Quick reference

1Switching on with the buttons:

Press one of the buttons illustrated here after you have inserted the KeyCard.

The unit will play at the pre-adjustedvolume.

Switch off with the ON button.

Switching on/off with the KeyCard:

When turned on, the set can be switched off and back on by removing and re-insertingthe KeyCard.

Note:

Be sure to read the information in the section on “KeyCard theft protection system”.

Switching on/off via the ignition:

If the equipment has been connected correspondingly, the set can also be turned on and off with the vehicle ignition.

After the ignition has been switched off, a double beep tone will remind you

that you should remove the KeyCard

When pressing VOL-,the (mute)

before leaving your vehicle.

volume will be adopted.

 

To programme the mute volume level,

Switching on when the ignition is

proceed as follows:

switched off:

• Adjust the desired volume.

To keep on operating the set when the

• Press for 1 second until you

ignition is switched off (KeyCard is in-

hear a beep.

serted), proceed as follows:

Now this volume level is stored as your

Press ON after you hear the double

mute volume.

beep tone.

 

The unit will turn on.

4 Rocker switch

To prevent the battery from going

 

dead, the system will turn off automati-

Radio operation

cally after it has played for one hour.

 

2VOL+ / VOL-

To alter the volume.

Each time the set is switched on, it will play with the pre-adjustedvolume (VOL FIX).

You may also change the VOL FIX setting (see chapter “DSC programming”).

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For instantly muting the volume.

By pressing the button the volume can be muted immediately. “MUTE” will appear in the display.

The function is cancelled by pressing button orVOL+.

/ Station search

Up

Down

<</>> Up/Down in short intervals (on FM only if AF is off)

On FM only:

<</>> To scroll through the station networks when AF is on, e.g.NDR 1, 2,

3, 4, N-JOY.

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Tape operation

/ Title selection(S-CPS)

Up

Down

Fast forward

Fast rewind

Stop function by pressing the opposite key.

Extra rocker switch functions:

Further setting functions with

AUD

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DSC Mode

A

PTY

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Condition: The corresponding function is activated.

Remote control

5 Display

RC 06 (optional)

Using the remote control you can execute the same functions as with the corresponding buttons of the car stereo.

Exception:

Radio operation

<<Press briefly.

To switch the FM memory bank.

<<Press for approx. 1 sec.

To store the six most powerful stations automatically with Travelstore.

>>To select one of the stations stored on memory bank I, II or T.

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c d e f g h i j k

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a)NDR1 NDS - Station name

b)TR 1 - Track (side) 1 of the cas-

 

 

sette

c) FM

- Waveband

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- Preset button (1-6)

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I, II, T

- Memory bank I, II or

 

 

Travelstore

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lo

- Seek tuning sensitivity

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AF

- Alternative frequency for

 

 

RDS operation

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TP

- A traffic station is being

 

 

received

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TA

- Priority for traffic stations

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LD

- Loudness

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PTY

- Programme type function

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6KeyCard theft protection system

To operate the set the KeyCard must be inserted first.

KeyCard

Insert KeyCard

When the KeyCard tongue is protruding out of the unit, insert the KeyCard with the contact area facing up into the slot in the middle of the area.

If necessary, pull the KeyCard forward. Be sure to read the information in the section on “KeyCard theft protection system”.

Flashing KeyCard tongue

When the radio is turned off and the KeyCard removed, the KeyCard tongue can be programmed to flash for optical theft protection.

For more information see the section on “DSC programming”.

7FMT (Wiesbaden RCR 148, Montana RCR 148)

BND (Bergamo RCR 148)

For selection of the FM memory banks I, II and T (Travelstore).

To switch over:

Press button repeatedly.

The selected memory bank will appear in the display.

Bergamo RCR 148:

Additional selection of mediumand long-wavestations, provided that “AM ON” has been adjusted in the DSC menu.

Travelstore

To store and recall the six most powerful stations with Travelstore.

To store: Press button for approximately 1 sec. until you hear a beep

and “T-STORE”appears in the display.To recall: Select the memory bank “T” and press the corresponding preset button(1-6)briefly.

8AF

Alternativefrequency during RDS operation:

When “AF” lights up in the display, the system will automatically seek a frequency offering better reception of the same RDS programme.

AF on/off: Press AF briefly.

Regional function on/off:

Press the AF button for approximately 1 sec. until you hear a beep. “REGON” or“REG-OFF”will appear in the display (see chapter REG - regional programme).

9TA (priority fortrafficannouncements) When “TA” lights up in the display, the system will play traffic stations only. Priority on/off: PressTA.

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

You can store six stations for each of the memory banks I, II, T, M and L.

To store a station: Press a preset button during radio operation and hold down until the set resumes play after the muting and you hear a beep.

To recall a station: Select the desired memory bank and press the relevant preset button briefly.

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Extra function of preset buttons

To store and recall a PTY programme type.

When PTY is active (“PTY” lights up in the display), you can store and recall one programme type on/from each preset button on FM.

;SRC (Source)

You can switch between the radio and tape audio sources (if a tape is inserted).

<lo

To switch the seek tuning sensitivity level:

Press button briefly.

If “lo” is displayed, the radio will only pick up strong, local stations (normal sensitivity).

If “lo” does not light up, the radio will also pick up weaker, distant stations (high sensitivity).

Extra function of lo button:

To switch between mono and stereo reception:

Press button for approximately 1 sec. (beep).

The selected condition will be briefly displayed.

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To switch the tape side: Press briefly. To eject the tape: Press for approximately 1 sec.

Extra function /

Frequency display during radio operation:

Press button briefly.

The frequency will be briefly displayed.

>Cassette loading slot

Insert the tape with side A or 1 facing up, the open side showing to the right.

?SC

Radio operation

Scan

The scan function cannot be started unless PTY has been switched off (“PTY” does not light up in the display).

Press SC briefly -

The scanned frequency or station name will flash in the display. The display will show “FM SCAN” or

“AM SCAN” while searching for the next station. The unit will scan all of the receivable stations of the selected memory bank/waveband.

Preset Scan

Preset Scan cannot be started unless PTY has been switched off (“PTY” does not light up in the display). Press SC for approximately 1 second until you hear a beep.

“SCAN” will alternate with the name or frequency of the scanned station in the display.

The unit will scan all of the stations stored on the preset buttons of the selected memory bank/waveband.

To stop Scan / Preset Scan:

Press SC once again.

PTY-Scan

PTY-Scancannot be started unless PTY is switched on (“PTY” lights up in the display).

All of the stations for the programme type selected will be scanned briefly.

Tape operation

Cassetten-Scan

Press SC.

“CC SCAN” will appear in the display. All cassette titles will be scanned briefly.

To stop cassette scan: Press SC once again.

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@PTY (ProgrammeType)

In the PTY mode, the preset buttons become programme type buttons. With every preset you can select one programme type, such as for example NEWS, SPORT, POP MUSIC, EDUCATE, etc. With the << >> rocker switch, it is possible to recall all of the PTY programme types as long as the PTY function has been activated (“PTY” will light up in the display).

ADSC (DirectSoftwareControl) Use the DSC function to customise

certain programmable, basic settings to suit your personal needs and preferences. See chapter “DSC programming” for more information.

BAUD

Adjusts the treble and bass frequencies.

Press AUD once and use the rocker switch to adjust the settings.

Treble +

Treble –

Bass –

Bass +

Setting the balance (left/right) and the fader (front/rear).

Press AUD twice:

Fader front

Fader rear

Balance left

Balance right

The settings selected will appear in the display. The last setting will be stored automatically.

Switching AUD off: Press the button once again.

If no changes are made within 8 seconds, the display will switch back to the previous condition.

Extra function AUD

Loudness - When listening at a low level, the Loudness function creates a more natural sound by boosting

the low frequency range.

Loudness on/off: Press AUDfor approximately 1 sec.

“LD” lights up in the display if the Loudness function is switched on. Please refer to chapter “DSC programming” for more information on how to program the Loudness boost.

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Important notes

Precautions

Before starting to use your new car radio, please read the following information carefully.

Traffic safety

Traffic safety always has the highest priority.

As the driver of a motor vehicle, it is your responsibility to pay attention to the traffic situation at all times. Never use your car radio in a way that could distract you.

Please keep in mind that you travel a distance of 14 m per second at a speed of only 50 km/h.

Should the traffic situation become particularly demanding, we advise you not to use the radio.

Always make sure that you are still able to hear any warning signals coming from outside of the vehicle, such as police or fire engine sirens, so that you can react accordingly.

Therefore, you should always select a moderate volume for playing your car radio while you are driving.

Installation

Accessories

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

In order to ensure that the set operates properly it is necessary that the positive power supply line is connected to the ignition and the permanent +12 V lead.

Do not ground the loudspeaker outputs!

Use accessories and spare parts approved by Blaupunkt only.

You can use the following Blaupunkt products with this car radio:

Amplifier

All Blaupunkt amplifiers, the preamp-outcable 7 607 893 093 is required.

Remote control

With the infrared remote control RC 06 you can control all of the important functions of your car hi-fisystem from the steering wheel.

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The display will switch to “CHANGE”.
Remove the first KeyCard and insert the new one while “CHANGE” still appears in the display.
Press << or >>.
Press the DSC button and select “LEARN KC” by pressing / .

KeyCard theft protection system

This car radio includes one KeyCard as standard equipment, but it can also be operated with a second card.

If you have lost your KeyCard or if it was damaged, you can buy a new one from your specialised dealer.

If a wrong KeyCard is inserted, then “CARD • ERR” followed by “WAIT” will appear in the display. In this case please do not make any further adjustments.

The system will switch off by itself after approximately 10 seconds.

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If you use two KeyCards, you can store the following functions individually for each card:

Bass, treble, balance and fader settings, Loudness, TA (traffic announcement volume), TA priority, AF, beep volume, mute volume, lo or dx, PTY functions, RM ON/ OFF.

In addition, the settings which are activated before you switch the radio off, such as the waveband (only Bergamo RCR 148) and station will also remained stored.

This ensures that you will find your basic settings re-adjustedautomatically as soon as you have inserted your KeyCard.

Operating the unit

Turn on the set.

With the KeyCard tongue protruding out of the unit, insert the KeyCard into the slotwith the contact area facing up in the middle of the area.

The car radio is now ready for operation.

If another card type is inserted (e.g. phone

 

 

 

 

 

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or credit card), the display will show

After the display indication “READY” or

 

“WRONG KC” for approximately 2 seconds. “LEARN KC”,

 

Remove the wrong card and insert the cor-

• press DSC.

 

 

 

rect KeyCard.

Now you can also use the new KeyCard to

 

 

 

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After the display indications “CARD ERR” operate your car stereo.

 

or “WRONG KC”:

A maximum of 2 cards can be used for the

 

• Press ON to turn on the set.

set.

 

 

 

Removing the KeyCard

If you attempt to “train” a third one, the ac-

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cess authorisation for the KeyCard not used

• Pull out the KeyCard tongue and re-

for the “training” process will be deleted au-

tomatically.

move the card.

 

 

 

Displaying the radio pass data

 

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“Training” a second KeyCard/

 

Using the KeyCard supplied with your set

 

Replacing a KeyCard

 

When the unit is operated with the first Key-

you can have the radio pass data such as

 

 

the model name, product number (7 6..) and

 

ESPAÑOL

Card, you can “train” a second one which serial number indicated on the display pan-

 

can also be used with the set.

el.

 

To “train” a second KeyCard:

Please refer to chapter “DSC programming

 

 

 

• Insert the first KeyCard and turn on the

- READ KC”.

 

 

 

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set.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Care of your KeyCard
Optical indication of anti-theft protection
Flashing KeyCard tongue
When the vehicle is stationary and the KeyCard removed, the KeyCard tongue can be switched to flash for extra anti-theft security.
For this it is necessary that the positive power supply line and the permanent +12 V lead are connected such as described in the installation instructions.
Be sure that “LED ON” is adjusted in the DSC mode.
If required, please refer to chapter “DSC programming - LED”.
Switching off the flashing light

Short Additional Memory (S.A.M.)

Using the second KeyCard to be purchased at any specialised dealership, you can program a short text by selecting the DSC menu item READ KC. This text will be moved through the display and might be the telephone number of a car repair service or the emergency call number of your auto club.

Any specialised dealer with the proper equipment can program the desired text with up to a maximum of 162 characters onto the KeyCard.

Switching the audio source

Using the SRC button you can switch between radio and tape operation.

Tape operation is only available if a cassette is inserted.

To switch to another source,

press SRC briefly.

Turn On Message (T.O.M.)

Using the second KeyCard to be purchased

at any specialised dealership, you can pro-

gram the unit to display a selected “Turn On If you would like to deactivate the flashing Message” after the set is switched on.tongue in general, select “LED OFF” in the

Any specialised dealer with the proper DSC menu. equipment can program the desired text with

up to a maximum of 48 characters onto the

KeyCard.

Each time you switch on your car radio us-

In order to ensure that the KeyCard always

ing the second KeyCard, this text will ap-

functions correctly, it is important for the

pear in the display.

contacts to be free from any foreign particles. Avoid direct skin contact.

If necessary, clean the KeyCard contacts using a cotton swab dipped in alcohol.

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The Radio Data System offers you more convenience when listening to FM radio stations.
More and more radio stations have begun to broadcast RDS information alongside their programmes.
As soon as a programme has been identified, the station name including a regional identifier, if applicable, will appear in the display, for example, NDR1 NDS (regional programme in Lower Saxony, Germany).
When RDS is activated, the preset buttons become programme buttons. You now know exactly which programme you have tuned into, making it easy to find the desired station quickly.
But RDS offers you further advantages:

Radio operation with RDS (Radio Data System)

If “SEARCH” appears in the display when

If you leave the service area of the regional

switching on the radio or recalling one of the

programme tuned into, or if you would like

stored frequencies, the unit is automatically

to take advantage of the full RDS service,

searching for an alternative frequency.

switch to “REG OFF”.

“SEARCH” will disappear from the display

• Press the AF button for approximately

when the alternative frequency has been

1 sec. until “REG OFF” appears.

found or after the frequency band has been

If the REG function is active, “REG ON” will

run through completely.

be briefly displayed each time the radio is

If the reception quality of the selected pro-

switched on.

gramme becomes too bad:

 

• Tune into another station.

Selecting a waveband

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REG - regional programme

 

Certain radio programmes are split up at

 

times into regional programmes offering lo-

 

cal information. The 1st programme broad-

 

cast by NDR, for example, offers pro-

AF - Alternative frequency

grammes with different contents in the north-

The AF (AlternativeFrequency) function

ern states of Germany Schleswig-Holstein,

Hamburg and Lower Saxony at certain times

makes sure that the strongest frequency of

of the day.

the currently selected programme is always

If you are listening to one regional pro-

tuned in automatically.

gramme and move to an area where anoth-

 

This function is activated when “AF” appears er linked regional programme becomes

in the display.

stronger, the unit will switch to that pro-

 

In order to switch this function on or off,

gramme.

• press the AF button briefly.

If you wish to continue listening to the first

While searching for the strongest reception

programme,

• press the AF button for approximately

signal, the radio may switch to mute briefly.

 

1 sec.

 

“REG ON” appears in the display.

(only Bergamo RCR 148)

 

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You can select between the following wave-

 

bands:

 

FM 87.5 - 108 MHz

 

 

 

 

 

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MW 531 - 1602 kHz

 

LW 153 - 279 kHz

 

• Press the BND button until the desired

 

waveband shows on the display panel.

 

 

 

Note:

 

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In the DSC menu you can deactivate the

 

station selection on either MW or LW or for

 

 

 

both wavebands at the same time.

 

 

 

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This has the advantage that only the re-

 

quired bands will allow to be activated, so

 

that you must press the BND button less

 

often. For more information, please refer to

 

 

 

 

 

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chapter “DSC programming - AM ON/OFF”.

 

 

 

 

 

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Station tuning

Automatic tuning /

Press /; the car radio will automatically search for the next station.

When keeping the upper or lower part /of the rocker switch depressed, seek tuning will speed up in upwards or downwards direction.

Seek tuning

Up

Down

<< />> Up/Down in short intervals

(FM only, “AF” must be switched off)

Manual tuning with << >>

You can also tune in a station manually.

Condition:

AF and PTY must be switched off (i.e. the symbols do not light up in the display).

If necessary, deactivate these functions:

Press AF orPTY briefly.

Manual tuning:

Press << >>; the frequency will change in short intervals in downwards or upwards direction.

When holding the right or left part of the rocker switch depressed, the frequency scan is speeded up.

Scrolling through the broadcasting networks (FM only)

Changing the memory bank

You can shift between the memory banks I, II and T in order to store stations and recall them later.

The currently selected memory bank is indicated in the display.

Press the FMT orBND button as many times until the desired memory bank lights up in the display.

You can use the << >> buttons to tune in stations of your reception area.

If several programmes of the broadcasting networks can be received, you can scroll through them in forwards direction pressing >>, or backwards using the << button, e.g. NDR 1, 2, 3, 4, N-JOY.

For this it is necessary that the stations have been tuned in at least once and that “AF” is active (lights up in the display).

For this purpose, start automatic tuning, e.g. using Travelstore:

Press FMT orBND for 1 sec.; the system starts to run through the frequency band. The display shows“T-STORE”.

If “AF” does not light up,

press AF.

This fulfils the requirements for selecting stations with << >>.

Storing stations

On FM, you can store six stations on the preset buttons 1-6 for each of the memory banks I, II and T.

On MW/LW, you can also store six stations each. (only Bergamo RCR 148)

Select the desired memory bank.

Tune in a station with the rocker switch (either automatically /or manually << >>).

Press and hold down the desired preset button until the radio resumes play after the muting (takes approximately 1 sec., confirmed by beep).

Now the station has been stored.

The activated preset button is indicated in the display.

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All of the stored stations on the selected waveband will be scanned one after the other. In the display “SCAN” will alternate with the flashing station name or frequency.
To start Preset Scan:

Notice:

Should you tune in a station which has already been stored before, then the corresponding preset position and memory bank will briefly flash in the display.

Automatically storing the strongest stations with Travelstore

You can automatically store the six most powerful FM stations of your current reception area sorted according to their signal strength. This function is particularly convenient on longer trips.

Press the FMT orBND button for 1 sec.

“T-STORE”will appear in the display.

Recalling stored stations

You can recall any stored station at the touch of a button.

Select the memory bank with FMT or

BND.

Press the corresponding preset button briefly to recall the station.

Scanning stored stations with Preset Scan

You can have all of the stored stations briefly scanned on all wavebands.

Preset Scan cannot be started unless PTY has been switched off (“PTY” is not lit up in the display).

If necessary, press PTY.

The six strongest FM stations will be auto-

matically stored on the memory bank “T” • Press SC for approximately 1 seconds. (Travelstore). When this process has been

completed, the radio will play the first station stored on preset 1.

If desired, stations can also be stored man-

ually on the Travelstore bank (see “Storing To select a scanned station and switch stations”).

off Preset Scan:

• Press SC briefly.

Note:

If “TA” shows on the display panel, the system will scan the stored traffic stations only.

Scanning stations with Radio-

 

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Scan

 

 

 

 

 

You can briefly scan through all of the re-

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ceivable stations of the selected waveband.

 

To start the Scan function:

 

• Press SC briefly.

 

 

The scanned frequency or station name will

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flash in the display. During the actual scan-

 

ning process “FM SCAN” or “AM SCAN” will

be displayed.

 

 

 

To select a scanned station and switch

 

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off Radio-Scan:

 

 

 

Press SC briefly.

 

 

If no station is selected, the scan function

 

 

 

 

tened to before starting the scan.

 

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will be automatically switched off after the

 

 

frequency band has been run through com-

 

 

pletely. The unit will tune in the station lis-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selecting the seek tuning sensi-

 

SVENSKA

tivity

 

 

You can alter the automatic seek tuning

 

 

 

 

sensitivity.

 

ESPAÑOL

If “lo” is displayed, the radio will only pick up

 

 

 

strong, local stations.

 

 

If “lo” does not light up, the radio will also

 

 

pick up weaker, distant stations.

 

 

 

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To switch the seek tuning sensitivity:

 

 

 

Press lo briefly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The sensitivity level can be altered separately in both modes. Please refer to chapter “DSC programming - S-LO,S-DX”).

Switching from stereo to mono

Every time the radio is switched on, stereo playback is activated automatically.

The unit will gradually switch to mono if reception is poor.

You can also switch between mono and stereo reception manually:

Press the lo button for approximately 1 sec.

The selected condition will briefly appear in the display.

Loudness

Adjusts the low bass frequencies for a more natural sound.

Switching Loudness on/off:

Press the AUD button for approximately 1 sec.

When the Loudness function is active, “LD” will light up in the display.

See chapter “DSC programming” for more information.

PTY Programme-Type

PTY is an RDS service offered by more and more radio broadcasters. This feature allows you to select FM stations according to their programme type. After you have chosen the PTY of your preference, the corresponding stations can be selected either by seek tuning or using the scan function.

Switching PTY on/off

Press PTY.

When the function is active, the programme type selected last will briefly appear in the display. “PTY” will be permanently indicated in the lower right corner of the display panel.

Programme type

Use << >> to have the last selected programme type displayed and to choose a new one.

You can select any one of the stored types with the preset buttons 1-6.

Condition: PTY must be active.

Using DSC you can choose between German and English (see “DSC programming - PTY LANG”).

All of the programme types listed below are available.

The letters printed in bold are identical to the actual short-timeindication in the display.

NEWS

CURRENT AFFAIRS INFORMATION

SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED POP MUSIC

ROCK MUSIC

M.O.R. M (middle of the road music)LIGHT M (light classical)CLASSICS (serious classical)OTHER M (other music)

WEATHER

FINANCE

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMES

SOCIAL AFFAIRS

RELIGION

PHONE IN

TRAVEL

HOBBIES JAZZ MUSIC

COUNTRY MUSIC

NATIONAL MUSIC OLDIESMUSIC

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FOLK MUSIC

DOCUMENTARY

ALARM TEST (for service only)

Checking the programme type of the station

• Press PTY for approximately 1 sec. After the beep tone the display will show the programme type offered by the tuned in station.

If “NONE” appears in the display, the current station has no PTY code.

Displaying the selected programme type

Press << or >>.

The programme type selected last will be displayed briefly.

Selecting a programme type

a)Using the preset buttons

When PTY is switched on, you can use the preset buttons 1-6to select the programme types stored at the factory.

• Press one of the presets 1-6.The selected programme type will be displayed for 2 seconds.

If you wish to listen to a station with this PTY,

press /to start seek tuning.

If the system is unable to find a station offering the selected programme type, the display will show “NO PTY” and a beep tone will be released. The station received before starting seek tuning will be tuned in. You can assign different programme types to each preset position. Please refer to chapter “Storing programme types”.

b)Using the << >> buttons of the rocker switch

When PTY is switched on, you can select a programme type using buttons << >>.

Press << or >>; the programme type selected last will be displayed for 3 seconds.

During this period press >> (forwards) or << (backwards) to select the desired type.

Press << or >> as many times as required.

If you wish to listen to a station offering the selected PTY,

press /to start seek tuning.

If the system is unable to find a station offering the selected programme type, the display will show “NO PTY” and a beep tone

will be released. The station received before starting seek tuning will be tuned in.

Storing programme types

At the factory, one programme type was assigned to each of the preset buttons 1-6.If desired, you can also store other available programme types.

To do so, make sure that “PTY” lights up in the display.

If necessary, press the PTY button to switch on the function.

Select a programme type using buttons << >> and

hold down the desired preset button (1-6)until you hear a beep.

Now the selected programme type can be recalled by pressing this preset. For this, the PTY function must be active.

Scanning stations with PTY-SCAN

Condition: “PTY” must appear in the display.

Press the SC button.

All of the received stations offering the selected programme type will be scanned.

To switch off PTY-SCAN:

Press SC once again.

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PTY priority

Situation:

PTY is switched on and lights up in the display.

No station offering the selected programme type can be currently received (neither with seek tuning nor with scan).

The set will switch back to the previous station.

As soon as a programme with such PTY can be received within the broadcasting network, the unit will switch over to the corresponding station for the duration of the programme.

Example: German broadcasting network NDR:

-Station tuned in: NDR3.

-“PTY” lights up in the display.

-Programme type “POP” selected.

-Seek tuning is started.

-No station with “PTY-POP”can be found.

-The display shows “NO PTY” and

-automatically switches back to NDR3.

-NDR2 airs a “PTY-POP”programme.

-The system will switch to the linked NDR2 station for the duration of the “POP” programme.

During tape operation, the set will also automatically switch to the programme offering the selected PTY within the broadcasting network.

After the PTY programme the system will remain in the radio mode.

Notice:

As mentioned earlier, these functions are currently only supported by a limited number of RDS stations.

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Receiving traffic programme stations with RDS-EON

The abbreviation “EON” stands for En-

Traffic announcement priority

hanced Other Networks, meaning the ex-

on/off

change of information within a radio network.

If the priority for traffic announcement pro-

Many FM broadcasters offer traffic messag-

grammes is activated, “TA” will light up in

es for their service area at regular intervals.

the display.

All traffic programme stations transmit a

To switch the priority on or off:

special carrier signal alongside their pro-

• Press the TA button.

grammes, which is decoded by your car ra-

dio. If this signal is identified, “TP” will ap-

When pressing TA while a message is be-

pear in the display (TrafficProgramme).

ing broadcast, this message will be inter-

In addition to these, there are also stations

rupted. The unit will then switch back to the

which do not actually transmit traffic pro-

previous condition. The priority for all other

grammes themselves, but by using RDS-

traffic messages remains active.

EON they offer the possibility to receive the

Please note that several buttons have no

traffic messages broadcast by another traf-

function while a traffic announcement is

fic programme station in the same radio

broadcast.

network.

 

If you wish to have the priority for traffic an-

Beep tone

nouncements activated while listening to

If you leave the reception area of the traffic

one of these stations (e.g. NDR3), “TA” must

appear on the display panel.

programme station currently tuned into, you

If a traffic announcement is broadcast, the

will hear a beep tone approximately every

radio will automatically switch to the linked

30 seconds.

traffic programme station (in this case,

This tone will also be released when press-

NDR2) for the duration of the message and

ing a preset button which has no traffic pro-

return to the original programme (NDR3)

gramme allocated to it.

afterwards.

 

Switching off the beep tone

a)Tune into another station offering traffic information:

Press the rocker switch or

press a preset button which has a traffic programme station allocated to it.

Alternatively:

b)Switch off the priority for traffic announcements:

Press TA.

“TA” will disappear from the display.

Automatic seek tuning start

(tape operation)

When leaving the reception area of the tuned in traffic programme station while listening to a tape, the system will automatically start searching for a new TA programme.

If no such station is found within approximately 30 seconds, you will hear a warning beep every 30 seconds. To switch off the beep tone proceed as described above.

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Tape operation

Adjusting the volume for traffic announcements and the beep tone

This volume was preset at the factory, though you can alter the value using the DSC function (see “DSC programming, TA VOL”).

If the volume level is altered while a message is being played, this will only affect the current announcement.

The car stereo has to be switched on.

Fast Forward/Rewind

The unit will automatically switch to tape

 

 

 

operation when inserting a cassette.

 

 

 

Inserting a tape

 

 

 

• Turn on the set.

 

 

 

• Insert a tape.

>>

Fast forward

 

The cassette will be automatically transport-

 

<<

Fast rewind

 

ed to the playback position. Side A or 1 starts

 

 

 

 

to play.

/

Title selection (CPS)

 

 

 

During tape operation, “TR 1” or “TR 2”

Up

 

(track) will be indicated on the display pan-

 

 

 

Down

 

el.

Stop function by pressing

.

 

Insert the tape with side A or 1 facing up, the open side showing to the right.

Removing a tape

Press for 1 sec. The cassette will eject.

Selecting titles with CPS

(CassetteProgrammeSearch)

Use this function to skip () and repeat () recorded titles.

To start CPS:

Press /.

In order for CPS to function properly, there has to be an unrecorded tape portion of at least 3 seconds between the individual titles.

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Tape equalisation
When a metal or CrO2 tape is inserted, the tape mechanism automatically adjusts to metal/CrO2 tape equalisation.
Notice:
If there is too much tension on the tape during playback, the set may switch over by itself before having reached the end of the tape side. In this case check the condition of the cassette tape. Sometimes it helps to rewind it completely.
Scanning cassette titles with SCAN
You can have the cassette titles played briefly by using the scan function. If you like a title, stop the scan to continue listening to that track.
To start/stop the scan function:

Switching the tape side

(autoreverse)

To change the tape direction during cassette playback:

• Press briefly.

At the end of a tape side the mechanism changes directions automatically to play the

other side (autoreverse). The display shows • Press the SC button briefly.

“TR 1” for track (side) 1 or “TR 2” for track 2.Scan condition: There has to be an unre- corded tape portion of at least 3 seconds between the individual titles.

Listening to the radio during fast tape winding with RM

(RadioMonitor)

When the tape is fast forwarded or rewound (also with CPS), the radio will normally be muted. In order to listen to the radio during fast winding, you can activate the Radio Monitor function.

For more information please refer to chapter “DSC programming - RM ON/OFF”.

Care notes

To avoid possible problems, we recommend you to use C-60/C-90type cassette tapes only. Store your tapes in a cool place away from dirt, dust and temperatures exceeding 50°Celsius. Allow very cold tapes to warm up before playing them in order to avoid uneven tape transport. After approximately 100 hours of use, dust particles collected on the playback head or roller may lead to tape run problems and sound distortions.

Use a head cleaning tape to remove normal dirt build-up.For tougher cases, use a cotton swab(Q-Tip)dipped in alcohol. Do not attempt to clean by inserting a hard object into the player!

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DSC programming

DSC (DirectSoftwareControl) allows you to customise certain programmable, basic settings to suit your personal needs and preferences and then store them.

The basic settings for this audio equipment were made at the factory.

In the following you can find an overview of these settings, so that you can always reset to these if desired.

If you wish to alter any of the programming,

press SRC to select one of the operating modes radio or cassette (e.g. radio, if you wish to change the language with PTY LANG).

press DSC.

Use the rocker switch to select and adjust the functions described in the following. The display will show you the adjusted condition.

/Select function<< >> Adjust/recall value

AM ON / OFF (Bergamo RCR 148)

You can deactivate one or both AM bands (MW/LW) in order to reduce the number of bands for selection with

BND.

selectable:

AM ON – all bands

MW OFF – LW, FM

LW OFF – MW, FM

AM OFF – FM

RM ON / OFF (RadioMonitor)

Allows you to listen to the radio during fast winding of the tape.

RM ON – Radio playback activated

RM OFF – Function deactivated

LOUDNESS When listening at a low level, the Loudness function creates a more natural sound by boosting the low frequency range.

LOUD 1 - Low boost LOUD 6 - Max. boost

TA VOL To adjust the traffic announcement and beep tone volume from between 0 to 63.

The message will then come through at this volume, if the volume adjusted for the program is lower.

If the program volume is higher than the TA VOL level, the traffic report will be played slightly louder.

BEEP Acknowledgement tone for all functions which require a button to be pressed for more than 1 second.

The volume can be adjusted from between 0 to 9. (0 = off)

LED ON/OFF You can choose between LED ON or LED OFF. With LED ON, the KeyCard tongue will flash for extraanti-theftprotection when the unit has been switched off and the KeyCard removed.

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LEARN KC To “train” a second Key-

S-DX

To adjust the seek tuning

Card.

 

sensitivity for distant recep-

Please read the information

 

tion.

 

in chapter “KeyCard theft

 

DX 1

- high sensitivity

protection system - Training

 

DX 3

- low sensitivity

a second KeyCard”.

 

 

 

READ KC To read out the KeyCard data.

The KeyCard supplied with the radio is used to display the model name, type number (7 6..) and the serial number.

Using the second KeyCard to be purchased at any specialised dealership it is possible to display the Short Additional Memory (S.A.M.) data entered by the dealer.

See chapter “Short Additional Memory S.A.M.”.

PTY LANG To select the programme type language: DEUTSCH or ENGLISH

S-LO

To adjust the seek tuning

 

sensitivity for local recep-

 

tion.

 

LO 1 - high sensitivity

 

LO 3 - low sensitivity

 

The seek tuning sensitivity

 

values can be set separately

 

for AM and FM.

VOL FIX

Use this function to select

 

the volume at which the ra-

 

dio is set when it is switched

 

on. Adjust the desired vol-

 

ume level with << >>. When

 

adjusted to “VOL 0”, the

 

system will come on with the

 

volume selected before

 

switching it off.

To quit the DSC programming mode and store the adjustment:

Press DSC.

Overview of DSC factory settings

RM

OFF

LOUDNESS

3

TA VOL

35

BEEP

4

LED

ON

LEARN KC

-

READ KC

-

PTY LANG

ENGLISH

S - DX

1

S - LO

1

VOL FIX

25

(Bergamo RCR 148):

AM

ON

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Appendix

Specifications

Amplifier

 

 

Output power:

4 x 23

W RMS power

 

acc. to DIN 45324 at

 

14.4 V

 

 

4 x 35

W max. power

Tuner

 

 

 

Wavebands:

 

 

FM

:

87.5 – 108 MHz

(only Bergamo RCR 148)

MW

 

531

– 1602 kHz

LW

 

153

– 279 kHz

FM sensitivity:

0.9 V at 26 dB signal-

 

 

to-noiseratio

FM frequency response:

30 - 16 000 Hz

Tape player

Frequency response:

30 - 18 000 Hz

Subject to modifications!

Blaupunkt telephone hotline

Address of the next service centre in your vicinity (only for Germany)

If you would like to know the address of the next Blaupunkt service centre of your area without having our service list at hand:

-Find out your area code.

-Then call the following chargeable phone number: 01 80 / 5 25 56 66.

-Using the area code to be entered you will be automatically given the address and phone number of the next Blaupunkt service centre. You can also request this information by fax.

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K7/VKD 8 622 401 345

 

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