Blaupunkt Bologna C50 User Manual

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Bologna C50

Carolina DJ50

Colorado DJ50

Düsseldorf C50

Operating instructions

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OPERATING ELEMENTS

1button to unlock release panel

2Volume control

3ON button, switches the unit on/ off, mute

4RDS button, switches the RDS convenience features on/off

Selects display for variable text

5BND button, selects the FM memory bank and the MW and LW wavebands (MW and LW do not apply to the Düsseldorf C50 and the Colorado DJ50)

TS, starts the TravelStore function

6Display

7button, displays the timeDIS button, changes display contents

8MENU button, accesses the menu for basic settings

9button, opens the flip release panel

:Cursor button block

;OK button, confirms menu selections and starts the SCAN function

<EQ button, adjusts the equalizer

=AUD button, adjusts bass, treble, balance and fader

LD, switches the Loudness function on/off

>1 to6 station buttons

?TRAF button, switches traffic information standby on/off

@CD•C button, switches sound source between radio, tape deck and CD changer (if connected)

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CONTENTS

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

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

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

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

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

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International telephone information . 28

Removable front panel ...........

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Theft protection system .................

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Removing the operating panel ........

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Replacing the operating panel .......

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Switching the car audio

 

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

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Volume control .......................

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Adjusting the power-onvolume ......

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Mute .............................................

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Mute during telephone operation ...

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Adjusting the volume of the beep ...

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

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Switching to the radio mode ..........

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Special RDS functions (AF, REG) ..

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Selecting wavebands/memory

 

banks ............................................

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Tuning into radio stations ...............

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Adjusting seek tuning sensitivity .....

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Storing radio stations .....................

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Storing radio stations automatically

 

(TravelStore) ..................................

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Recalling stored radio stations .......

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Scanning the radio stations within re-

ception range (SCAN) ...................

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Adjusting the scan time .................

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Program Type (PTY) ......................

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

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Selecting the display of variable text

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

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Tape deck operation ..............

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Starting tape deck operation ..........

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

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Changing cassette sides ...............

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

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Repeating music tracks .................

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Scanning all of the cassette tracks

(SCAN) .........................................

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Switching the display mode ...........

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

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Interrupting playback (Pause) ........

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Switching Radio monitor on/off ......

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Blank skip .....................................

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Tape equalization ...........................

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Dolby* B noise reduction ...............

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Traffic information during cassette

 

playback ........................................

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

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Starting CD changer operation ......

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

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

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Audible fast forward/reverse

 

(CUE/REVIEW) .............................

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Switching the display mode ...........

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Repeating individual tracks or entire

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

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Playing tracks in random order

 

(MIX) .............................................

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Scanning all of the tracks on all of

 

the CDs (SCAN) ...........................

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Interrupting playback (PAUSE) ......

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Clock ......................................

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Adjusting the tone and

 

balance/fader ........................

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Switching Loudness on/off ....

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

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

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

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Installation instructions ........

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Important information

Before you use your car audio system for the first time, please take the time to read the instruction manual carefully and make yourself familiar with the audio equipment. Keep this manual handy in your car for future reference.

Traffic safety

Traffic safety is always the top priority. Do not attempt to operate your car audio system unless the traffic conditions permit. Familiarize yourself with the equipment before you start driving.

Always make sure that you are still able to hear any warning signals coming from outside the vehicle, such as police or fire engine sirens, at all times.

As a result, please always select a moderate volume for playing your car audio system while you are driving.

Installation

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

Accessories

Use only Blaupunkt-approvedaccessories.

Remote control unit

The optionally available RC 08 infrared remote control unit allows you to conveniently operate the most important

system functions from the steering wheel.

Amplifiers

All Blaupunkt amplifiers can be used.

CD changers

The following CD changers can be connected directly: CDC A 06, CDC A 08, CDC A 072 and IDC A 09.

The CDC A 05 and CDC A 071 can be connected with an adapter cable (Blaupunkt no. 7 607 889 093).

The CDC A 08 CD changer is included with the Colorado DJ50 and the Carolina DJ50.

Guarantee

The scope of the guarantee is determined by the laws in the country where the unit is purchased.

Regardless of the legal guarantee regulations, Blaupunkt affords a 12-monthguarantee.

If you have any questions about the guarantee, please contact your authorised Blaupunkt dealer. Your cash register receipt is a valid guarantee coupon.

International telephone information

Have you got any questions on the operation of this equipment or do you require more information?

Give us a call!

You will find the international telephone and fax numbers on the last page of this manual.

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REMOVABLE FRONT PANEL

Removable front panel

Theft protection system

To prevent your car audio system from being stolen, it has been equipped with a removable front panel (flip release panel). Without the front panel, the car audio system is useless to thieves.

Protect your car audio system against theft and take the operating panel with you each time you leave the vehicle. Never leave the release panel in the car, even if it is well hidden. The panel has been designed so that it is easy to remove.

Notes:

Do not drop the release panel.

Do not expose the release panel to direct sunlight or other heat sources.

Store the release panel in the case supplied.

Removing the operating panel

Press 1.

The release panel will unlock.

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First pull the operating panel forward and then slide it to the left to remove it.

When you remove the operating panel, the car audio system will automatically switch off.

All of the settings will remain stored.

A cassette tape inserted into the car audio system will remain in place.

Replacing the operating panel

Slide the operating panel into the guides from left to right.

Press the left-handside of the panel onto the car audio system until it locks into place.

Note:

While replacing the panel, be careful not to press on the display.

If the car audio system was on when you removed the panel, it will automatically switch back on using the same settings when you replace it (radio, tape deck or CD changer).

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SCHWITCHING ON/OFF

Switching the car audio system on/off

The car audio system can be switched on/off in a number of ways.

Switching the car audio system on/ off with the ignition

If the car audio system has been connected to your vehicle ignition, it is possible to switch it on and off with the ignition.

You can also switch the car audio system on when the ignition is switched off.

Press down and hold 3until the car audio system switches on.

Note:

To prevent the car battery from running down, the radio will switch off again automatically after one hour.

Switching the car audio system on/ off with the removable front panel

Remove the release panel.

The car audio system will switch off.

Replace the release panel.

The car audio system will switch on again. The last settings used (radio, tape deck or CD changer) will be activated.

Switching the car audio system on/ off by pressing 3

Press 3to switch the car audio system on.

Press 3for longer than 2 seconds to switch the car audio system off again.

The system will then switch off.

Switching the car audio system on by inserting a cassette tape

If the system is switched off and there is no cassette in the tape deck,

press 9.

The flip release panel will open.

Insert the cassette into the tape deck with the open side facing towards the right until you feel resistance. Do not use force.

The cassette will be pulled automatically into the tape deck.

Do not attempt to assist or prevent this process.

Press the operating panel closed gently until you feel it click into place.

The audio system will switch on. Tape playback will begin.

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Volume control

The car audio system volume can be adjusted to levels from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum).

To increase the volume, turn the volume control knob 2to the right.

To decrease the volume, turn the volume control knob 2to the left.

Adjusting the power-on volume

It is possible to adjust the volume at which the car audio system switches on.

Press MENU 8.

Press :repeatedly until “ON VOLUME” appears in the display.

Press:to adjust the volume.

If you adjust this setting to “0”, the car audio system will switch on at the volume used before it was switched off.

Warning of serious injury

If the power-onvolume is set to the maximum level, it may be extremely loud when the car audio system is switched on.

If the power-onvolume is set to 0 and the car audio system was played at maximum volume before it was switched off, it may be extremely loud when the car audio system is switched back on. This could result in serious injury to your ears!

Once you have selected the desired settings, press MENU 8or

OK ;.

VOLUME CONTROL

Mute

 

 

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You can reduce the volume of the car

 

 

 

audio system immediately (mute).

 

 

Press 3briefly.

 

 

“MUTE” will appear in the display.

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Selecting the mute level

 

It is possible to select the mute level.

 

Press MENU 8.

 

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Press

 

 

:repeatedly until “MUTE

LEVEL” appears in the display.

 

Press

:to select the mute

 

 

level.

 

 

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tion, press MENU 8orOK ;.

Once you have made your selec-

 

Mute during telephone

 

 

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equipped with a mobile telephone, it will

operation

 

 

 

If your car audio system has been

 

automatically switch to mute when you

 

 

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the car audio system as described in

use the phone. This will not work un-

 

less the mobile phone is connected to

 

the installation instructions.

 

 

If a traffic announcement is received

ESPAÑOL

while the phone is in use and traffic in-

 

formation priority has been activated,

 

you will hear the traffic announcement.

 

For more information, refer to the sec-

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tion on “Traffic information reception”. The car audio system will be muted to the mute level selected.

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VOLUME CONTROL

RADIO OPERATION

Adjusting the volume of the

beep

For a number of functions you will hear a beep if you press a key for longer than 2 seconds, e.g. if you want to store a radio station on a station preset. You can adjust the volume level of this beep.

Press MENU 8.

Press :repeatedly until “BEEP” appears in the display.

Press:to adjust the volume. “0” means the beep volume is off, “9” means the beep volume is adjusted to the maximum volume.

Once you have adjusted the settings, press MENU 8orOK ;.

Radio operation

This car audio system has been equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many FM radio stations now transmit the RDS signal, which contains such other information as the station name and the program type (PTY) along with their regular station programming.

As soon as the car radio receiver detects the station name, it will appear in the display. It is also possible to display the program type. For more information, refer to the section on “Program Type (PTY)”.

Switching to the radio mode

If you are currently using the tape deck or CD changer,

press CD•C @repeatedly until “RADIO” appears in the display.

Special RDS functions (AF, REG)

The special RDS functions for AF (Alternate Frequency) and REG (Regional) improve the performance of your car radio.

AF. If this RDS function is activated, the car radio continuously searches in the background for the frequency with the best reception for the station you have tuned into.

REG. A number of radio stations broadcast different regional programming at different times of the day. Use REG to prevent your car radio from tuning into alternate frequencies which might have different programming.

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