Blaupunkt C31 User Manual

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Long Beach C31

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OPERATING ELEMENTS

1button for unlatching the removable release panel

2BAND button for selection of FM memory levels and the MW or LW wavebands,

source selection for radio operation

3TS button, starts the Travelstore function

4SCAN button, starts scan function

5 Cassette eject button

6Cassette slot

7button, fast winding

8button, fast winding

9X-BASS button forX-Bassfunction

:CD•C button, source selection between radio, cassette, CDchanger (if connected) and AUX

;AUDIO button, controls tone (bass and treble) balance and fader

<Arrow keys

=MENU button to call up basic settings menu

>Buttons 1 -5

? button to display clock time

@Volume controls

volume up

volume down

AButton for switching the device on and off

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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

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Road Safety ....................................

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Fitting ..............................................

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

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Release Panel ..........................

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Theft Protection ...............................

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Removing the Release Panel ...........

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Attaching the Release Panel ............

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Switching On and Off...............

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Adjusting the Volume ...............

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Setting Switch-OnVolume ...............

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Immediate Volume Reduction (Mute) . 9

Muting During Phone Calls ..............

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Radio Operation .....................

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Switching on Radio Operation .......

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Select Waveband/Memory Level ...

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Setting the Station .........................

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Adjusting Station Search Sensitivity

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Saving a Station ............................

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Saving a Station Automatically

 

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

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Going to a Preset Station ..............

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Scanning through Available

 

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

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Setting Scan Time .........................

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Regional Tuner Settings .................

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Cassette Operation ................

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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 Operation ..........

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Starting CD Changer Operation ....

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

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Selecting a Track ...........................

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Quick Track Selection ...................

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Fast Search (Audible) ....................

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Changing Display Contents ...........

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Repeat Playing Tracks or Whole

 

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

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Playing Tracks in Random

 

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

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Sampling All Tracks on All CDs

 

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Pausing During Play ......................

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

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Displaying the Time .......................

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Setting the Time ............................

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Choosing 12/24 Hour Clock Mode . 15

Display the Time When the

 

Device is Switched Off But the

 

Ignition On ....................................

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Displaying the time briefly when

 

the device is switched off ..............

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Tone and Volume Controls.....

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Adjusting the Bass ........................

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Adjusting the Treble .......................

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Adjusting the Balance ....................

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Adjusting the Fader .......................

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

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External Audio Sources .........

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Switching AUX input on and off .....

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Technical data ........................

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

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Installation instructions ..........

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NOTES AND ACCESSORIES

Thank you for choosing a Blaupunkt product. We hope you will enjoy your new equipment.

Please read these instructions before using for the first time. Blaupunkt’s editors are constantly working to write clear, generally understandable instructions for use. If you still have questions about how to use your equipment, please refer to your dealer or to the telephone hotline in your country. You will find the telephone numbers on the back of this booklet.

Road Safety

Road safety has the first priority. Only make adjustments to your car radio when the traffic conditions allow. Familiarise yourself with the device before you start driving.

You must be able to hear audible alarms from police vehicles, fire engines or ambulances promptly inside the vehicle.

You should therefore listen at an appropriate volume when travelling.

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Fitting

If you want to fit your car radio yourself, read the fitting and connecting notes at the end of the guide.

Accessories

Only use accessories approved by Blaupunkt.

Remote control

The optional RC 08 and RC 10 remote control units allow you to control your car radio’s basic functions safely and conveniently from the steering wheel.

CD Changer

The following Blaupunkt CD changers can be connected:

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

The use of an adapter cable (Blaupunkt no. 7 607 889 093) also allows the CDC A 05 or CDC A 071 CD changers to be connected.

RELEASE PANEL

Release Panel

Theft Protection

Your device has a removable flip-releasepanel to protect it from theft.

The radio is of no value to a thief without this panel.

Protect your device from theft by taking the release panel with you whenever you leave the vehicle. Do not leave the panel in the car, even in a hidden place. The release panel is designed for easy handling.

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Do not drop the panel.

Do not expose the panel to direct sunshine or any other source of heat.

Avoid touching the contacts on the panel with your skin. If necessary, clean the contacts using a lint-freecloth dipped in alcohol.

Removing the Release Panel

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Press the button 1.

The panel unlatches.

Pull the panel off the device, first straight forward and then to the left.

When the release panel has been separated from the device, it switches itself off.

Any current settings are saved.

If a cassette has been inserted, it remains in the device.

Attaching the Release Panel

Push the panel into the guides on the device from left to right.

Push the left hand side of the panel into the device until it engages.

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Do not press the display as you insert the panel.

If the device was switched on when the panel was removed, the last function used (radio, cassette, CD-changeror AUX) will switch on automatically as soon as the panel is replaced.

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SWITCHING ON AND OFF

Switching On and Off

The device can be switched on and off in the following ways:

Switching On and Off with the Vehicle Ignition

If the device is correctly connected to the vehicle ignition, and has not been switched off with button A, it is switched on and off along with the ignition.

You can also switch the device on when the ignition is off:

Press button A.

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To protect the vehicle battery, the device is automatically switched off after an hour if the vehicle ignition is off.

Switching On and Off with the release panel

Remove the release panel. The device switches off.

Replace the release panel.

The device switches on. The last function used (radio, cassette, CD-changeror AUX) is activated.

Switching on and off with button A

Press button A to switch on.

To switch off, hold button A pressed for longer than two seconds.

The device switches off.

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Switching on by inserting a cassette

If there is no cassette in the device when it is switched off:

Push the cassette gently into the device, with the open side to the right, until you feel it stop.

The cassette is automatically drawn into the device.

While the cassette is being drawn in, do not push or pull it.

The device switches on. The cassette starts playing.

ADJUSTING THE VOLUME

Adjusting the Volume

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

To increase the volume

Press the button @. To reduce the volume

Press the button @.

Setting Switch-On Volume

The volume the device plays at when switched on can be adjusted as follows:

Press the MENU button =.

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

Adjust the switch-onvolume with thebuttons <.

To help you make this setting, the volume varies audibly as you adjust.

If you set “0”, then whatever volume was in use before the device was switched off will be reactivated.

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To avoid damage to hearing, the maximum switch-onvolume is “38”. If the device was playing above this volume when switched off, it will switch on again at “38”.

When the setting process is complete

Press the MENU button =.

Immediate Volume Reduction

(Mute)

 

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You can reduce the volume immediate-

 

ly (mute) to a pre-setlevel.

 

Press button Abriefly

 

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“MUTE” appears in the display.

 

 

 

Adjusting Muted Volume

 

 

The mute level is adjusted as follows:

 

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Press the MENU button =.

 

 

 

Press the or button <until

 

 

 

“MUTE LVL” appears in the display.

 

 

Adjust the mute level with the

 

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buttons <.

 

 

 

 

When the setting process is complete

 

 

Press the MENU button =.

 

 

 

 

Muting During Phone Calls

 

 

 

 

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 un-

 

less the mobile phone is connected to

 

the car audio system as described in

 

the installation instructions.

 

The car audio system will be muted to

 

the mute level selected.

 

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RADIO OPERATION

Radio Operation

Switching on Radio Operation

If the current operating mode is cassette, CD-changeror AUX

Press the BAND button 2.

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Press the CD•C button :until “RADIO” appears in the display.

Select Waveband/Memory Level

This radio receives stations in the FM andAM wavebands. Three memory levels are available for the FM waveband, and one memory level for the AM waveband. Each memory level can be used to store five stations.

Selecting FM Memory Level

To switch between the FM memory levels FM1, FM2 and FMT

press the BAND button 2.

Selecting AM waveband

To select the AM waveband

press the BAND button 2until “AM” appears in the display.

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Setting the Station

There are a number of ways to set the station.

Automatic Station Search

Press the orbutton <.

The next station that can be received is tuned in.

Adjusting Station Search

Sensitivity

You can choose whether to search only for stations with strong signals, or whether weak stations should be included.

Press the MENU button =.

Press the orbutton <until “SENS HI” or “SENS LO” appears in the display.

“SENS HI” means maximum sensitivity, “SENS LO” means minimum sensitivity. When “SENS LO” is selected, the display shows “lo”.

Set the desired sensitivity with the

buttons <.

When the setting procedure is complete,

press the MENU button =.

Manual Station Tuning

You can also tune to the station manually.

Press the orbutton <.