Blaupunkt Boston C31 User Manual

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Radio / Cassette

Boston C31

Dresden C31

Dublin C31

Cleveland DJ31

Madison DJ31

Operating instructions

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OPERATING ELEMENTS

1Button, to unlock the removable control panel (release panel)

2BAND button (Band), to switch to radio mode,

to select the FM memory levels and the MW and LW frequency ranges (MW and LW are not available on the Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31)

TS, to start the Travelstore function

FMT button (Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31), to select the FM memory levels,

to switch to radio mode,

to start the Travelstore function.

3RDS button, to switch the RDS function on/off (Radio Data System).

To display scrolling text.

4SCAN button, to start the scan function.

5Cassette eject

6Cassette compartment

7button, fast winding

8button, fast winding

9X-BASS button, to activate theX-Bassfunction.

:CD•C button, to select radio, cassette, CD changer (if connected) and AUX sources

;AUDIO button, to adjust the bass, treble, balance and fader settings.

<Arrow buttons

=MENU button, to open the basic

settings menu,

, to display the time

>Keys 1 -5

?TRAF button (traffic), to switch traffic information standby on/offPTY, to switch the PTY function on/off

@Volume control

, to increase the volume

, to decrease the volume

AButton to switch the unit on/off, to mute the volume

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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

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Road safety ...................................

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

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

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International telephone information . 27

Removable control panel .......

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

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

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

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Instantaneous volume reduction

 

(mute) ...........................................

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Mute during telephone operation ...

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Configuring the confirmation beep . 31

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

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

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RDS functions (AF, REG) ..............

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Selecting the frequency range /

 

memory .........................................

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Tuning into a station .......................

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Setting the sensitivity of the

 

station search mode ......................

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

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Storing stations automatically

 

(Travelstore) ..................................

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Listening to preset stations ............

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Scanning receivable stations

 

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

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Setting the scantime ......................

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

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

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Displaying scrolling text .................

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Traffic information reception . 37

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

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Cassette Play ................................

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Changing Direction of Play ............

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Fast Winding .................................

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Switching Radio Monitor

 

On / Off ........................................

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Cassette Ejection ..........................

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CD changer mode ..................

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Switching to CD changer mode .....

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Selecting a CD ..............................

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

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Quick track selection .....................

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

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Repeating individual tracks or

 

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

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

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Scanning all tracks on all CDs

 

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

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Pausing playback (PAUSE) ............

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

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

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Sound and volume

 

distribution settings ...............

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

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

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Setting the left/right volume

 

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

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Setting the front/back volume

 

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

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

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

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

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

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Installation instructions ........

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NOTES AND ACCESSORIES

Thank you for deciding to purchase a Blaupunkt product. We hope you enjoy using this new piece of equipment.

Before using the device for the first time, please read these instructions carefully. The Blaupunkt editors are constantly working on making the operating instructions clearer and easier to understand. However, if you still have any questions on how to operate the unit please contact your dealer or the telephone hotline for your country. You will find the hotline telephone numbers printed at the back of this booklet.

Road safety

Road safety has absolute priority. Only operate your car radio if the road and traffic conditions allow you to do so. Familiarise yourself with the unit before setting off on your journey.

You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens from afar. For this reason, set the volume of whatever you are listening to to a reasonable level.

Installation

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

Accessories

Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt.

Remote control

The optional RC08 or RC10 remote controls allow you to safely and conveniently access the most important functions of your car radio from your steering wheel.

CD changer

You can connect the following Blaupunkt CD changers:

CDC A 06, CDC A 08, CDC A 072 and IDC A 09.

You can also connect the CDC A 05 and CDC A 071 CD changers by using an adapter cable (Blaupunkt no.: 7 607 889 093).

The CDC A 08 CD changer is supplied with the Cleveland DJ31 and the Madison DJ31.

International telephone information

If you have any questions regarding the operation of your car radio or if you require further information, please do not hesitate to call us!

The information hotline numbers are printed on the last page of these instructions.

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REMOVABLE CONTROL PANEL

Removable control panel

Theft protection

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

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

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

Note:

Never drop the control panel.

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

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

Removing the control panel

Press the button 1.

The control panel locking mechanism opens.

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

The unit switches off after the control panel is removed.

All the current settings are saved.

Any cassette already inserted in the unit remains there.

Attaching the control panel

Slide the control panel from left to right into the unit's panel locking mechanism.

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

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Note:

 

When attaching the control panel,

 

make sure you do not press the

 

display.

 

If the unit was still switched on when

 

you removed the control panel, the unit

 

will automatically switch on with the last

 

settings activated (i.e. radio, cassette,

 

CD changer, or AUX) when the panel is

 

replaced.

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SWITCHING ON/OFF

Switching on/off

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

Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition

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

You can also switch the unit on even if the ignition is off:

To do so, press button A.

Note:

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

Switching on/off using the removable control panel

Remove the control panel. The unit switches off.

Attach the control panel again.

The unit switches on. The settings (radio, cassette, CD changer or AUX) that were set before the unit was switched off will be reactivated.

Switching on/off using button A

To switch the unit on, press button

A.

To switch the unit off, press button Afor longer than two seconds.

The unit switches off.

Switching on by inserting a cassette

If the unit is switched off and there is no cassette inserted in the drive,

Gently insert the cassette with the open side facing towards the right into the drive until you feel some resistance.

The cassette will be drawn automatically into the drive.

You must not hinder or assist the drive as it draws in the cassette.

The unit switches on. Cassette playback begins.

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ADJUSTING THE VOLUME

Adjusting the volume

The system volume can be adjusted in steps from 0 (off) to 66 (maximum).

To increase the system volume,

press the button @.

To decrease the system volume,

press the button @.

Setting the power-onvolume

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

Press the MENU button =.

Keep pressing the orbutton <until “ON VOL” appears in the display.

Set the power-onvolume using theandbuttons <.

To help you adjust the volume more easily, the volume will be increased / decreased as you make your changes.

If you change the setting to “0”, the pow- er-onvolume will be the same as the volume level that was set before the unit was last switched off.

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To protect your hearing, the poweron volume is limited to a value of “38”. If the volume level was higher when the unit was switched off, the volume will be reset to “38” when the unit is switched on again.

When you have finished making your changes,

press the MENU button =twice.

Instantaneous volume reduction (mute)

This feature allows you to instantaneously reduce (mute) the volume to a level preset by you.

Briefly press button A. “MUTE” appears in the display.

Setting the mute level

You can set the unit’s mute volume level.

Press the MENU button =.

Keep pressing the orbutton < until “MUTE LVL” appears in the display.

Set the mute level using the andbuttons <.

When you have finished making your changes,

press the MENU button =.

Mute during telephone operation

If your car audio system has been equipped with a mobile telephone, it will automatically switch to mute when you use the phone. This will not work unless the mobile phone is connected to the car audio system as described in the installation instructions.

If a traffic announcement is received while the phone is in use and traffic information priority has been activated, you will hear the traffic announcement. For more information, refer to the section on “Traffic information reception”.

The car audio system will be muted to the mute level selected.

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Configuring the confirmation beep

For some functions you will hear a confirmation beep if you keep a button pressed for longer than two seconds. For instance, after storing a radio station to a station button you will hear a confirmation beep.You can configure the beep.

Press the MENU button =.

Keep pressing the orbutton <until “BEEP OFF” or “BEEP ON” appears in the display.

“BEEP OFF” means that the confirmation beep is switched off, “BEEP ON” means that it is switched on.

Make your selection using the orbutton <.

When you have finished making your changes,

press the MENU button =.

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RADIO MODE

Radio mode

This unit is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many of the receivable FM stations transmit a signal that not only carries the programme but also additional information such as the station name and programme type (PTY).

The station name appears in the display as soon as it is received.

Switching to radio mode

If you are in cassette, CD changer or AUX mode,

press the BAND (TS) button 2orFMT button 2.

“RADIO” appears in the display.

RDS functions (AF, REG)

The RDS functions AF (Alternative Frequency) and REG (Regional) extend your radio’s range of functions.

AF: If the RDS function is activated, the unit automatically tunes into the best receivable frequency for the station that is currently set.

REG: At certain times, some radio stations divide their programme into regional programmes providing different regional content. You can use the REG function to prevent the car radio from switching to alternative frequencies that are transmitting different programme content.

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REG must be separately activated/ deactivated in the menu.

Switching REG on/off

Press the MENU button =.

Keep pressing the orbutton <until “REG” appears in the display. “OFF” or “ON” is displayed alongside “REG”.

To switch REG on/off, press the orbutton <.

When you have finished making your changes,

press the MENU button =.

Switching the RDS function on/off

To use the RDS functions (AF and REG), press the RDS button 3.

The RDS functions are active when “RDS” lights up in the display with a symbol. When the RDS functions are switched on, “REG ON” or “REG OFF” appears briefly in the display.

Selecting the frequency range / memory

This unit can receive programmes broadcast over the FM, MW and LW frequency ranges.

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Only FM is available on the Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31.

There are three preset memory levels for the FM range and one for each of the MW and LW ranges (only FM1, FM2 and FMT in the case of the Dresden C31 and Cleveland DJ31 units).

Five stations can be stored on each memory level.

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