User manual BLAUPUNKT TP DX-V NAV GB

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[. . . ] If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to contact the dealer or an experienced Radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. CAUTION · The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. · Because the invisible laser beam in this compact disc player is harmful to the eyes, do not attempt to disassemble this cabinet. [. . . ] 22. List Mode Disc Select Bass, Treble Decrease Balance Left Name Character Position >> Manual Tuning Up Menu Feature Adjust Track Up Audible Cue List Mode Disc Select Bass, Treble Increase Balance to Right Name Character Position Display RPT (Repeat) Track Repeat & Disc Repeat BND (Radio Band)/Travel Store Button FM/AM Band Acces FM/AM Travel Store MIX Button (MIX 1 and 2) SCA (Scan) Button Station Scan Preset Scan Track Scan Disc Scan Pause Button LD (Loud)/SENS Button Loudness On/Off Tuning Sensitivity Select FM/AM Preset Buttons TPM (Track Program Memory) Button TPM Store TPM Play TPM Delete 12 Instructions -- General Operation See Traffic Safety & Precautions on page 4. "Press" means a momentary press of less than 1/2 second. (Beep for all button presses available through Direct Software Control Menu. ) "Time Out" When additional button presses are anticipated to complete a procedure, the unit will automatically exit the procedure after 4 seconds of inactivity. (8 for Menu mode. ) Ignition-Off Clock Recall Any button press while ignition off displays time for 8 seconds. Demo Mode The unit is programmed to scroll some key features across the display if no button is pressed for one minute . (You may have seen this at the store where you purchased your radio. ) TO TURN THIS OFF, turn the unit on and press DIS for 8 seconds until "DEMO OFF" appears. (Pressing DIS for 8 seconds again will re-activate this feature. ) Release for Detachable Faceplate Push REL to detach face. Current settings and source mode are stored, except when detach occurs during Menu mode, new Menu settings are not stored. If power was not switched off before face removed, unit will automatically power-on when face is reattached. Power (PWR) On/Off When ignition on, press PWR or insert a disc to turn unit on. Last-used source becomes active, unless unit is turned on by inserting disc, in which case CD player becomes active. Turn-On Message (To turn message off or modify message, see Menu, page 19. ) 2. · In general, set SENS to DX if in rural areas or where stations tend to be weak and distant, and to LO when in metropolitan areas or where stations tend to be strong and local. Stereo Symbol Stereo symbol turns on if a stereo station with an incoming signal of 20 dBµV is received. Manual Tuning Press << or >> and frequency will go one channel/step in direction pressed. Preset Station Storage After tuning desired frequency on desired band, press and hold a Preset Button for more than 2 seconds to store current frequency. Audio is muted during storage, preset number appears, and beep acknowledges storage. Travel Store This feature allows you to automatically store stations onto all 6 preset buttons and is especially useful when traveling outside your normal listening area. (In AM Bank, press BND for 2 seconds to activate AM Travel Store. ) T STORE appears, followed by seek-type display of frequency and preset numbers. Beginning at the bottom of the band, TS stores six strongest stations, one on each of the six preset buttons, in decreasing order of signal strength, and returns to preset 1. When source is changed during Travel Store, operation completes itself, despite source change. "STA SCAN" appears, then frequency blinks (along with preset number if appropriate) during scanning. Unit continuously scans until user stops scan by pressing SCA, another tuning button, SRC, or MENU button. [. . . ] Maximum Turn-On Volume Level ("MAXONVOL") Sets maximum volume that is heard when unit is turned on. (Once "MAXONVOL" appears, actual MAXONVOL level is heard. ) Adjust the MAXONVOL volume by using <</>>, NOT + and ­. If unit is turned off while volume is louder than MAXONVOL, turn-on volume will be at MAXONVOL level. However, if unit is turned off when volume level is lower than MAXONVOL, turn-on volume will be at level it was when unit was turned off. [. . . ]

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