Blaupunkt BREMEN MP76 User Manual

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Operating instructions

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Controls

1 Button to switch the device on and off

: AUDIO button for setting bass, tre-

 

Muting the device

ble, balance, fader and X-BASS(short

2 Volume control

press)

Calling up DSA Max equalizer (long

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button to unlock the detachable

 

 

press)

 

control panel

; Display

4 NEXT button to display additional pag-

< SOURCE button to start the CD or CD

 

es of a menu

changer playback or Compact Drive

 

Changing the memory bank in radio

 

MP3 (only if connected) or to start the

 

mode

 

radio mode

5 Softkeys, the function of the softkeys

or

 

is dependent upon the respective con-

Playback of an external audio source

 

tent of the display

(only if connected)

6 DIS•ESC button to change the display

= TUNER button for direct selection of

 

and exit menus

radio mode

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button to open the foldable and de-

Calling up the radio function menu

 

 

tachable control panel

(only possible in radio mode)

8 Joystick and OK button

> Slot for MMC/SD

9 MENU button to call up the menu for

 

the basic settings (short press) Switching demo mode on/off (long press)

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Contents

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

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Disposal of old unit

 

(EU countries only) ........................

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

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Safety note ...................................

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

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Optional equipment (not part of the

 

scope of delivery) ..........................

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Activating/deactivating demo mode.. 59

Theft protection ..............................

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Detachable control panel ................

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Detaching the control panel.............

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Attaching the control panel..............

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

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Switching on/off using button 1 ... 60

Switching on/off using the vehicle

 

ignition.........................................

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Volume ...........................................

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

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Risk of injury! ................................

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

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Telephone audio ............................

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Navigation audio ............................

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Sound and volume relationship .........

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

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

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Setting the left/right volume ratio

 

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

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Adjusting the front/rear volume

 

ratio (fader) ..................................

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

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Display............................................

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Adjusting the viewing angle .............

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Adjusting the display brightness.......

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Setting the button illumination colour ...

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Setting the display illumination

 

colour ..........................................

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Adjusting the spectrum analyser ......

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Inverting display contents ...............

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

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Adjusting the tuner.........................

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Setting the number of antennas .......

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

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Selecting static/dynamic radio

 

mode (FM only) .............................

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

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Selecting the waveband/

 

memory bank ................................

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

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Setting the sensitivity of station

 

seek tuning ...................................

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Scanning receivable stations (SCAN) . 73

Setting the scanning time................

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

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Storing stations automatically

 

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

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Listening to stored stations .............

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

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

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Activating/deactivating the radio

 

text display ...................................

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TIM – Traffic Information Memory.....

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

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Playing stored traffic announcements...

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Recording traffic announcements.....

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Setting the timer............................

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Selecting timers ............................

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

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Switching traffic information

 

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

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Setting the volume for traffic

 

announcements.............................

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CD mode .........................................

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Risk of severe damage to

 

the CD drive! ...............................

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Starting CD mode, inserting a CD .....

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Ejecting a CD.................................

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

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

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

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Repeating tracks (REPEAT) .............

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Scanning tracks (SCAN)..................

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Displaying CD text..........................

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Adjusting the scrolling text ..............

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Traffic announcements in CD mode ..

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MP3 mode.......................................

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Preparing an MP3 CD .....................

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Inserting/removing MMCs/SDs ........

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Inserting an MMC/SD .....................

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Removing an MMC/SD ....................

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Switching to MMC/SD mode ............

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Activating the MP3 mode of CD........

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Operation during the MP3 mode ......

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

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

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Scanning tracks (SCAN)..................

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

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Repeating individual tracks or whole

 

directories (REPEAT)......................

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Configuring the display ...................

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CD changer mode (optional).............

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Switching to CD-changermode ........

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

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

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

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Scanning tracks (SCAN)..................

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Repeating individual tracks or

 

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

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

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Naming CDs ..................................

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Clock – time ....................................

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Setting the time .............................

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Permanent time display ..................

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DSA Max –DigitalSound Adjustment ...

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

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Automatically calibrating the

 

equalizer ......................................

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Viewing vehicle acoustics with/

 

without equalizer ...........................

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Manually changing the graphical

 

equalizer ......................................

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Selecting the Equalizer ...................

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Resetting the equalizer ...................

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Selecting a sound presetting (Preset) ...

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Adjusting the stage effect................

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Selecting a sound effect..................

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

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Calibrating DNC.............................

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Switching DNC off..........................

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Selecting a DNC increase ................

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Subwoofer and centre speaker .........

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Adjusting the subwoofer increase.....

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Adjusting the subwoofer phase

 

position........................................

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Setting the low-passfilter................

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Setting the subsonic filter ...............

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Adjusting the centre speaker .........

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Adjusting high-passfilters for

 

front/rear ...................................

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Crossover ...................................

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TMC for dynamic navigation

 

systems ........................................

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Amplifier/Sub-Out .........................

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Switching the internal amplifier

 

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

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

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Switching the AUX input on/off ......

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Naming the AUX input...................

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Miscellaneous ...............................

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Entering a switch-onmessage........

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Displaying the serial number..........

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Resetting the device .....................

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

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For this reason, listen to your car sound system at a suitable volume level during your journey.

Notes and accessories

Notes and accessories

Please read these operating instructions before using the equipment for the first time.

We provide a manufacturer's warranty for our products purchased within the European Union. The warranty terms can be called up under www.blaupunkt.de or requested directly from:

Blaupunkt GmbH Hotline

Robert Bosch Str. 200

D-31139Hildesheim

Disposal of old unit

(EU countries only)

Do not dispose of your old device in the household trash!

Use the return and collection systems available to dispose of the old device.

Road safety

Road safety has absolute priority.

Only operate your car sound system if the road and traffic conditions allow you to do so.

Familiarise yourself with the device before setting off on your journey.

You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens in good time from inside your vehicle.

Safety note

The car sound system and the control panel of the device (flip-releasepanel) warm up during operation.

For this reason, touch the flip-re-lease panel only atnon-metallicsurfaces for removal purposes.

If you want to uninstall the car sound system, let it cool down first.

Installation

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

Optional equipment

(not part of the scope of delivery)

Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt.

Remote control

The remote control RC 08, RC 10 or RC 10H (available as optional equipment) allows you to safely and conveniently operate most of the basic functions of your car sound system.

You cannot switch the device on/off using the remote control.

Amplifiers

You can use all Blaupunkt and Velocity amplifiers.

CD changers

The following CD changers are available as accessories for the devices: CDC A 03, CDC A 08 and IDC A 09.

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Press and hold down the MENU button 9for longer than four seconds to activate/deactivate demo mode.

Notes and accessories

Theft protection

Activating/deactivating demo mode

The device is supplied from the factory with demo mode activated. The various functions of the device are displayed graphically as animations in the display during demo mode. You can also deactivate demo mode.

Theft protection

Detachable control panel

The device is equipped with a detachable control panel (flip-releasepanel) as a way

of protecting your equipment against theft.

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The device is worthless to a thief without

 

this control panel.

 

Protect your device against theft by taking

 

the control panel with you whenever you

 

leave your vehicle. Do not leave the control

 

panel inside your vehicle - not even in a hid-

 

ing place.

 

The control panel has been designed to be

 

easy to use.

 

Notes:

Never drop the control panel.

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

Store the control panel in the supplied case.

Avoid direct contact with the control panel’s electrical contacts. If necessary, clean the contacts with a lintfree cloth and some alcohol.

Detaching the control panel

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Theft protection

Switching on/off

Press the button 3.

The locking mechanism of the control panel is unlocked.

Pull the control panel straight out of the device and to the left.

Notes:

After removing the control panel from the device, the device switches off.

All the current settings are saved.

Any CD already inserted in the device remains there.

Switching on/off

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

Switching on/off using button 1

To switch on the device, press button

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The device switches on.

To switch off the device, press and hold down button 1 for longer than two seconds.

The device is switched off.

Attaching the control panel

Push the control panel into the guides of the device from the left to the right.

Carefully push the left side of the control panel into the device until it clicks into place.

Note:

When attaching the control panel, make sure you do not push on the display.

Switching on/off using the vehicle ignition

The device will switch on/off simultaneously with the ignition if the device is correctly connected to the vehicle’s ignition and you did not switch the device off by pressing button 1.

The device can also be switched on with switched-offignition.

Press the button 1.

Note:

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

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Volume

Volume

You can adjust the volume in steps from 0 (off) to 50 (maximum).

To increase the volume,

turn the volume control 2clockwise. To decrease the volume,

turn the volume control 2 counterclockwise.

Setting the power-onvolume

You can set the default volume level at which the device plays when it is switched on.

Press the MENU button 9.

Press the softkey 5 with the display label "VOLUME".

Press the softkey 5 with the display label "ON VOL".

Adjust the desired volume with volume control 2.

Press the OK joystick 8or theMENU button 9to exit the menu.

The settings are saved.

Note:

The volume played last before switchoff can also be selected as the poweron volume. For this purpose, press the softkey with the display label "LAST VOL" in the Volume menu

Risk of injury!

If the power-onvolume is set to maximum, the volume level can be very high when the device is switched on!

If the volume was set to maximum be-

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fore the device was switched off and the

 

power-onvolume is set to "LAST VOL",

 

the volume level can be very high when

 

the device is switched on again!

 

Severe damage to your hearing can be

 

caused in both cases!

 

 

 

 

Mute

You can decrease the volume abruptly.Briefly press button 1.

The display shows "MUTE".

Cancelling mute

Briefly press button 1again

or

turn the volume control 2.

Telephone audio

If your car sound system is connected withacellphone,"picking"upthephoneautomaticallymutesthecarsoundsystemandthe call is layed back via the loudspeakers of the card sound system. For this purpose, the cell phone must be connected to the device as described in the installation instructions.

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Volume

If the sound system receives a traffic announcement during a telephone call, you will only be able to hear the traffic announcement after the call is finished (in so far as the traffic announcement is still being broadcast).

If the sound system receives a call during a traffic announcement, the playback of the traffic announcement is interrupted and the call is answered.

You can adjust the volume with which the telephone calls are answered.

Press the MENU button 9.

Press the softkey 5 with the display label "VOLUME".

Press the softkey 5 with the display label "PHONE" to set the volume.

Adjust the desired volume with volume control 2.

Press the OK joystick 8or theMENU button 9to exit the menu.

The settings are saved.

Note:

During the phone call, you can always change the volume by means of the volume control 2.

Navigation audio

Instead of a second external audio source ("AUX2", see "External audio sources"), you can also connect a navigation system.

If your car sound system is connected to navigation system, the voice output of the navigation is "mixed" in with the current audio source and played back using the loudspeakers of the car sound system.

For this purpose, the navigation system be connected to the car sound system as described in the installation instructions and switched on in the menu.

You can find out from your Blaupunkt dealer which navigation systems can be used with your car sound system.

Activating the navigation audio

You can connect either a second external audio source or a navigation system to this device. For this purpose, you must define in the menu which device has been connected.

Press the MENU button 9.

Press the softkey 5 with the display label "AUX".

The AUX menu is displayed.

If you connected a navigation system, press the softkey 5 with the display label "NAV/AUX2" repeatedly until the setting "NAVIGATION ON" appears.

Press the OK joystick 8or theMENU button 9to exit the menu.

The settings are saved.

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