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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. Owner's Record The model and warranty numbers are located on the top of the unit. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Blaupunkt dealer regarding this product. Warranty Number _____________ Attach Sales Receipt Here 2 Table of Contents English FCC Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [. . . ] Display Options Press DIS to change information shown at times when no manual or automatic activity takes place. Choice of priority display is separate for each audio source: Radio: Station Name (if named) --> Frequency --> Clock Cassette: "TAPE" (1 or 2) ­> Clock CDC: Disc Name (if named) or Disc No. ­>Disc No. /Track No. ­>Track No. /Elapsed Play Time­>Clock AUX : "AUX IN" --> Clock After a change in source, radio station or changer discs, the current source's non-clock displays are shown in sequence, then display returns to current source's priority display. Source (SRC) Use SRC to select source - radio or cassette (if already inserted, ) CD Changer (if connected) and/ or auxiliary input (even if no input on aux in line) as per model's features. (If faceplate still attached, display switches to clock. ) 14 Audio Operation Volume Control Buttons (+/­) Press + and - to increase/decrease volume from 0 to 63, in increments of 1. 25 dB/step. Volume control is accessible from all modes except Name Access and Edit modes. Mute & Cellular Mute Press Mute to temporarily reduce volume to level set under Menu. "TEL MUTE" appears. ) Mute or cellular mute is terminated by pressing any button. (Cellular mute is also ended by ending cellular telephone use. ) If volume level lower than mute level, lower volume level is maintained, even though "MUTE" appears. Automatic Source Tone Memory Bass and treble adjustments made are source specific, allowing different settings for each source (FM, AM, Cassette, Auxiliary and/or Changer), as is loudness. Bass, Treble, Balance and Fade Press Mute/AUDIO for more than 1/2 second to access Bass. Bass -Adjust from +7 to -7 at 2 dB/step using >> or /\ to increase bass, << or V to decrease. "PS SCAN" appears, then frequency and preset number blink during scanning. Unit starts at FM1/Preset 1 (or AM/Preset 1) and proceeds through all presets (in FM all three banks) and returns to frequency tuned prior to PS activation and stops. Stops earlier if user presses another tuning button, SCA, SRC, or MENU button. Unit skips past preset frequencies that do not meet minimal seek-tuning threshold. Tuner Timer and Station Naming (See pages 20 and 21) 16 Cassette Tape Player Operation Once playback location change is complete, tape display sequence follows. Cassette Insertion & Eject "LOADING" appears upon insert and cassette play follows. The following indicates what happens with insert and eject under various conditions: Activity Ignition off Ignition On/ Unit Off Turns Unit On OK Ignition On/ Power On/ Non-Tape Source Tape becomes active source OK Insert Eject No Reaction OK Cassette Direction/Program Selection "TAPE 1" indicates top side of tape is in play; "TAPE 2", bottom side. Cassette Fast Wind Press << to activate fast rewind ("FAST REW") or >> to activate fast forward, ("FAST FWD"). Super-Cassette Program Search Press /\ or V once for each track you wish to advance or go back. If V is pressed more times than current track value, tape will fast-rewind and begin play at first track. If /\ is pressed more times than there are tracks, tape will advance to end of tape, autoreverse and begin play. [. . . ] 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. Loudness Levels You can choose between two loudness settings for each audio source: "LOUD TAPE", "LOUD AUX", "LOUD CD", (for CD Changer) "LOUD AM" and "LOUD FM". "LOUD 1" provides up to 8 dB boost in bass (centered at 60 Hz) and up to a 2 dB boost in treble (centered at 8 KHz). [. . . ]


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