Blaupunkt C52 User Manual

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Bologna C52

Carolina DJ52

Operating instructions

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CONTROLS

1button - unlatches the flip/ release panel

2Volume control

3Button - switches the radio and mute function on/off

4RDS button - switches RDS convenience function on/off (radio data system).

Selects variable radio texts.

5BND button (band), source selection for radio mode, selection of FM memory levels

and the wavebands MW and LW TS, starts the Travelstore function.

6Display (display field)

7button - indicates the time on the display

DIS, change display contents

8MENU button - selects the menu for basic settings

9button - opens the flip/release panel

:Arrow-keyblock

;OK button - confirms menu entries and starts the scan function

<X-BASS button to adjust and switchX-BASSon/off

=AUDIO button (Audio) - adjusts bass and treble, balance and fader

>Key block 1 -6

?TRAF button, switches traffic information standby on/off

@SRC button - selects between Cassette, CD changer (if connected) and AUX sources

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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 ....

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Flip/release panel .....................

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

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Volume adjustment ...................

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Setting the switch-onvolume ............

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Mute setting .....................................

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Telephone Audio/Navigation Audio ....

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Setting the volume for the

 

confirmation tone ..............................

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

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

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RDS function (AF, REG) ...................

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Selecting the waveband/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 scanning time .................

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

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

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Selecting running text display ...........

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Setting the display ............................

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

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

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

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

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

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Skipping Tracks (S-CPS) .................

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Playing a Track Repeatedly ...............

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Sampling All the Tracks on a

 

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

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

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

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Switching the Radio Monitor

 

On / off ............................................

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Skipping Blank Tape .........................

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Selecting Tape Type .........................

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Dolby* B Noise Reduction ................

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

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

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

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Selecting a track ..............................

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Fast track selection ..........................

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Fast search (audible) ........................

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

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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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Interrupting Play (PAUSE) ................

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

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Tone and volume balance .........

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

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

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Setting the volume distribution

 

left/right (balance) ............................

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Setting the volume distribution

 

front/rear (fader) ...............................

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

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Setting the level indicator .........

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

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

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NOTES AND ACCESSORIES

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

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

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 equipment, 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.

We provide a manufacturer guarantee for our products bought within the European Union. You can view the guarantee conditions at www.blaupunkt.de or ask for them directly at:

Blaupunkt GmbH, Hotline CM/PSS 6 Robert Bosch Str. 200

D-31139Hildesheim, Germany

Road safety

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

You should always be able to hear police, fire and ambulance sirens in good time. For this reason, set the volume of your car radio at a suitable level.

Installation

If you would like to install your car radio yourself, please read the installation and connection instructions at the end of the manual.

Accessories

Please use only Blaupunkt-approvedaccessories.

Remote controls

The most important functions can be selected safely from the steering wheel using the optional remote controls RC 08 and RC 10.

Amplifiers

All Blaupunkt amplifiers are suitable for use with the radio.

CD changer

The following Blaupunkt CD changers can be connected to the radio: CDC A 06, CDC A 08, CDC A 072, IDC A 09 and CDC A 02.

The CD changers CDC A 5 and CDC A 071 can also be connected if you use an adapter cable (Blaupunkt no.: 7 607 889 093).

The Blaupunkt CDC A08 CD changer is included with the Carolina DJ52.

International telephone

information

Should you have any questions about how to use the car radio or require any further information, please call us!

The telephone information service numbers are printed on the last page of this manual.

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FLIP/RELEASE PANEL

Flip/release panel

Theft protection

Your car radio is fitted with a flip/release panel to guard against theft. Without this panel, the unit is worthless to the thief. Protect your unit from theft by taking the flip/release panel with you every time you leave the car. Do not leave the panel behind in the car, even if it is out of sight. The constructive design of the panel makes for simple handling.

Note:

Do not drop the flip/release panel.

Do not expose the flip/release panel to direct sunshine or other sources of heat.

Keep the flip/release panel in the case provided.

Avoid touching the contacts of the flip/release panel. Please clean it when necessary with some white spirit on a lint-freecloth.

Removing the flip/release panel

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Press the button 1.

This unlatches the flip/release panel.

First pull the flip/release panel straight and then to the left out of the unit.

After removing the flip/release panel, the unit switches itself off.

All the current settings are saved.

If there is a CD in the unit, it remains there.

Attaching the flip/release panel

Slide the flip/release panel from left to right into the unit guide.

Press the left side of the panel into the unit until it slots into place.

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Do not press against the display while attaching the flip/release panel.

If the device was switched on when the panel was removed, it will switch itself back on automatically with the last settings (radio, Cassette, CD-changeror AUX) as soon as the panel is replaced.

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SWITCHING ON/OFF

Switching on/off

There are various ways of switching the car radio on and off, as described below.

Switching on/off using the ignition

If the car radio is correctly connected to the ignition and has not been switched off using the button 3, it is switched on/off simultaneously with the ignition.

You can also switch on your car radio when the vehicle ignition is off.

To do so, press the button 3.

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To protect the vehicle battery, the unit switches off automatically after one hour.

Switching on/off using the flip/ release panel

Remove the flip/release panel. The unit switches itself off.

Replace the flip/release panel once more.

The device switches on. The most recent setting (radio, Cassette, CD-chang-er or AUX) is restored.

Switching on/off using the button

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To switch the unit on, press the button 3.

To switch the unit off, hold the button 3down for more than two seconds.

The car radio is now switched off.

Switching on by means of cassette insertion

If there is no cassette in the deck when the device is switched off,

press the button, 9. Theflip-releasepanel opens.

Insert the cassette with the open side to the right gently into the drive until you can sense some resistance.

The cassette is automatically drawn into the drive.

As the cassette is drawn in, it must neither be held back nor assisted.

Close the panel with gentle pressure until you feel it engage.

The device switches on. Cassette play starts.

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VOLUME ADJUSTMENT

Volume adjustment

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

To raise the system volume, turn the volume control 2to the right.

To lower the system volume, turn the volume control 2to the left.

Setting the switch-on volume

You can set the volume at which you wish the car radio to play when switched on.

Press the MENU button 8.

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

Use the buttons :to set theswitch-onvolume.

If you select the “LAST VOL” setting, the volume played before the unit was last switched off will be reactivated.

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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 and the “LAST VOL”setting is selected, 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 8orOK ;twice.

Mute setting

This feature enables you to lower the system volume instantaneously (mute).

Briefly press button 3. “MUTE”appears on the display.

Activating the mute setting

The unit's mute level is adjustable.

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the orbutton :repeatedly until “MUTE LEVEL”appears on the display.

Use the buttons :to set the mute level.

When you have completed the set-

ting, press either the MENU button 8orOK ;twice.

Telephone Audio/Navigation

Audio

If your car radio is connected to a mobile telephone or navigation system, then when the telephone is taken “off the hook”, or when the navigation system is speaking, the car radio is muted. The telephone conversation or speech output are reproduced via the car radio speakers. This requires the mobile telephone or navigation system to be connected to the car radio as described n the installation instructions. For this you will need the cable with the following Blaupunkt number: 7 607 001 503.

Your Blaupunkt dealer can tell you which navigation systems can be used with your car radio.

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VOLUME ADJUSTMENT

If a traffic announcement is received during a telephone call, or while the navigation system is speaking, the traffic announcement is not reproduced until the call or the speech output has finished.

If a call is received or if the navigation system begins speaking during a traffic announcement, the announcement is reproduced. The telephone call or speech output can be heard when the traffic announcement has finished.

The volume at which navigation output or telephone calls start is adjusted as follows:

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the orbutton :until “TEL/NAVI VOL”appears in the display.

Set the desired volume with the buttons :.

When the setting process is complete, press the MENU button 8 orOK ;twice.

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You can adjust the volume level of telephone calls and of speech output as

they are made with the volume control

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Setting the volume for the confirmation tone

If you hold down a button for longer than two seconds when using certain functions, e.g. storing a station on a station button, a confirmation tone (beep) sounds. The volume of this beep is adjustable.

Press the MENU button 8.

Press the orbutton :repeatedly until “BEEP”appears on the display.

Adjust the volume using the andbuttons :. “0”means the beep is off, “9”means maximum beep volume.

When you have completed the set-

ting, press either the MENU button 8orOK ;.

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