User manual BLAUPUNKT MODENA CD52

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[. . . ] Radio / CD Modena CD52 Valencia CD52 Modena CD53 Stockholm CD53 Operating instructions http://www. blaupunkt. com Open here 2 1 2 3 4 16 15 5 6 14 7 8 9 13 12 11 10 3 SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANÇAIS ENGLISH DEUTSCH PORTUGUÊS ESPAÑOL CONTROLS 2 3 4 : ; < = > ?@ DEUTSCH PORTUGUÊS ESPAÑOL SVENSKA NEDERLANDS ITALIANO FRANÇAIS ENGLISH 1 5 6 7 8 button - unlatches the flip/ release panel Volume control Button - switches the radio and mute function on/off RDS button - switches RDS convenience function on/off (radio data system). BND button (band), source selection for radio mode, selection of FM memory levels and the wavebands MW and LW TS, starts the Travelstore function. Display (display field) button - indicates the time on the display DIS, change display contents MENU button - selects the menu for basic settings 9 button - opens the flip/release panel Arrow-key block OK button - confirms menu entries and starts the scan function X-BASS button to adjust and switch X-BASS on/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 CD, CD changer (if connected) and AUX sources 25 TABLE OF CONTENTS Notes and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . [. . . ] You will then only be able to switch to stations that you have received once already. To do so, use the Scan or Travelstore function. Hold down one of the preset station buttons 1 - 6 > on which you wish to store the station for more than two seconds. 33 RADIO MODE Storing stations automatically (Travelstore) You can store the six stations with the strongest reception in the region automatically (only FM). Note: Stations that were previously stored in this memory are deleted in the process. Ending SCAN, continuing to listen to a station Press the OK button ;. The scanning process is completed, the station last scanned remains active. Setting the scanning time Press the MENU button 8. Press the or button : repeatedly until "SCANTIME" appears on the display. Note: The set scanning time also applies to scanning in the CD and CD changer mode. Hold down the BND / TS button 5 for more than two seconds. Once the process is completed, the station stored in FMT memory location 1 is played. Use the Once the setting has been com- Listening to preset stations Select the memory or frequency range. Hold down the preset station button 1 - 6 > of the desired station. Programme type (PTY) Besides transmitting the station name, some FM stations also provide information on the type of programme they are broadcasting. For example, the programme types can be: CULTURE TRAVEL JAZZ SPORT NEWS POP ROCK CLASSICS You can use the PTY function to select stations of a particular programme type. Scanning receivable stations (SCAN) You can briefly listen in to all receivable stations. Starting SCAN Hold down the OK button ; for more than two seconds. "SCAN" appears briefly on the display, followed by the current station name or frequency, which flashes. 34 RADIO MODE PTY-EON When the programme type has been selected and the search started, the car radio switches from the current station to a station featuring the selected programme type. Note: If no station with the selected programme type is located, a beep sounds and "NO PTY" appears briefly on the display. If the set station or another station in the broadcasting network transmits the selected programme type at a later time, the car radio automatically switches from the current station - or from CD or CD changer mode - to the station featuring the desired programme type. Switching PTY on/off DEUTSCH Selecting programme type and starting a search Press the or button :. If you would like to select a different programme type, you can change to another programme time within the time the programme is displayed by pressing the or button :. Press the or button : repeatedly until "PTY ON" or "PTY OFF" appears on the display. When PTY is activated, PTY lights up on the display. Storing the programme type on the station buttons Press the Hold down the desired station button 1 - 6 > for more than two seconds. The programme type is now stored on the selected station button 1 - 6 >. Press the MENU button 8 or OK ;. 35 PORTUGUÊS ESPAÑOL Use the or button : to select a programme type. SVENSKA or button : to start the search. The next station corresponding to your selected programme type will be tuned into. NEDERLANDS to select the programme type stored on that particular button. The selected programme type will appear briefly on the display. ITALIANO Press one of the buttons 1 - 6 > FRANÇAIS ENGLISH The current programme type appears on the display. RADIO MODE Optimising radio reception High-frequency cut-off feature (HICUT) The HiCut function improves the sound during poor radio reception (only FM). If interference occurs, the treble is automatically reduced and thus also the interference level. Switching HiCut on/off Selecting radio text display Some radio stations use the RDS signal to broadcast advertising or other information instead of their station name. You can either allow or block the display of radio text. Press the RDS button 4 until "NAME FIX" appears on the display. Press the MENU button 8. [. . . ] Play then resumes. > during the Scanning all tracks on all CDs (SCAN) To listen in briefly to all the tracks on all inserted CDs in ascending order, hold down the OK button ; for more than two seconds. "SCAN" appears on the display. 41 CLOCK - TIME CLOCK - Time Briefly displaying the time Press the / DIS 7 button briefly to display the time. Press the buttons : to switch between the 12 and 24-hour mode. Press the MENU button 8 or OK ; once you have completed the setting. Setting the time Setting the time manually To set the time manually, press the MENU button 8. Viewing the time with the car radio switched off and the ignition on To view the time when the car radio is switched off and the ignition is switched on, press the MENU button 8. "MENU" appears on the display. Press the or button : repeatedly until "CLOCKSET" appears on the display. The minutes flash and can now be set. Press the Set the minutes using the buttons :. or button : repeatedly until "CLK DISP OFF" or "CLK DISP ON" appears on the display. or Press the Once the minutes have been set, press the button :. [. . . ]

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