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&RQWHQWV  Route guidance calculation 95


$UUDQJHPHQWRIFRQWUROV  Stopover 96
Traffic jam function 97
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Cancelling route guidance 98
Entering the code number 79
Notes on route guidance 99
Removing the portable panel 80
Dynamic navigation with TMC 101
Inserting portable panel 80
Information during route guidance 104
*HQHUDORSHUDWLRQ  Destination memory 107
Switch on / off 81 Special destinations 107
Adjusting the volume 81 Points of interest (P.O.I.) CD 110
Activating the tone menu 81 System settings 112
Setting the bass 81
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Setting the treble 81
Switching on radio mode 118
Fader 82
Switching on radio menu mode 118
Setting the balance 82
Selecting the FM waveband 118
Linear setting 82
Selecting the AM waveband 118
Switching loudness on / off 82
Setting options for transmitter selection 118
Setting the subwoofer or centre speaker volume 82
Dynamic autostore (FM DAS) 119
1DYLJDWLRQRSHUDWLRQ  FM DAS transmitter search 119
What is navigation? 83 Transmitter search MW, LW, SW 119
Safety instructions 83 Scan search 120
Digitised area 83 Programme filtering for FM DAS 120
General notes 84 Programme type selection (PTY) 120
Selecting navigation 85 Switching PTY display on / off 121
Main navigation menu 85 Requesting/storing FM transmitters 121
Entering destination 86 Requesting/storing MW, LW, SW transmitters 121
Route menu 92 MW, LW autostore 122
Storing a specified destination in the FM manual tuning 122
destination memory 94 MW, LW, SW manual tuning 122

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Regionalisation 123 Naming a CD 133
Switching regionalisation on/off 123 CD filter function 134
Switching frequency display on / off 123 8VHUPHQX 
Switching radio text display on / off 124 Requesting/quitting user menu 135
Traffic Programme (TP) 124 GAL setting (Gal) 135
Activating/quitting the TP menu 125 Telephone mute characteristics (Tel) 136
Switching TP on/off 125 Display colour setting (Col) 136
Selecting automatic tracking 126 Display setting (Lcd) 136
Selecting / deleting direct programming 126 Setting reception optimisation (M/S) 137
Switching mute on/off 126 LED setting (Led) 137
Interrupting TP announcements 127 Setting navigation announcements (Nav) 137
TP announcement volume 127 AUX input (Aux) 138
Switching TMC on/off 127 Compass display (Cmp) 138
Display for TMC stations 128 Signal tone volume (BeV) 139
Telephone mute function 128 6HUYLFHPHQX 
&'RSHUDWLRQ  Requesting /quitting the service menu 140
Compact Disc (CD) instructions 129 Triggering reset 140
Inserting / ejecting CDs 129 &RQQHFWLRQLQVWUXFWLRQV 
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Number of tracks and total playing time 131 DAS Seek Name plane 144
Temperature protection circuit 131 Stations RDS plane 144
Stations Fix plane 144
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1 Left rotary control (Info) 6 Select radio mode ( 5DG )


2 On / off switch ( 21 ) 7 Select navigation mode ( 1DY )
3 Tone button ( ) 8 CD eject button ( )
4 Traffic programme button ( 73 ) 9 Right rotary control (Ok)
5 Select CD mode ( &' ) 10 Multifunction buttons
11 Display
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If an incorrect code number is entered, the prompt  is
If the car radio is disconnected from the power supply, it is displayed again. After entering an incorrect code three times
theft-protected upon reconnection. After switching on via the $! is displayed and the unit is disabled for approx.

21 button, the prompt 5;,96+,<4),9  is displayed. 60 minutes.

 + 1 " /  , ! "  2 *  " / &1

    
    

Three further incorrect entries block the unit for another


The five-digit code must then be entered using the multifunc- 60 minutes.
tion buttons "  -
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([DPSOH Code number 15372 (the code number can be XQLWVZLWFKHGRQ
found on the enclosed CODE CARD).

Enter code number using the multifunction buttons.


The unit automatically switches when the fifth digit is entered
and all other digits have been entered correctly.

1RWH It is essential that the CODE CARD be kept in a


safe place outside the vehicle. Thus, illegal use is
not possible. The sticker provided should be at-
tached to the inside of the vehicle windscreen/
window.

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As an effective anti-theft device, the portable panel ($) can be Insert the portable panel in the lower left catch and then en-
removed from the unit. gage it in the lower right catch. Then fold up the portable pan-
Press button briefly (storage medium remains in the el and engage it in the upper catches.
unit). The display folds forwards. Alternately, position portable panel directly over all four
The portable component can then be pulled out. catches and press in firmly to engage.
For correct functioning, ensure that the portable panel is firm-
ly engaged in all four catches.

If a new portable panel or one from another unit is utilised, the


$
code number must be entered, as previously described, in or-
der to activate the unit.

The volume is limited to a maximum value after the display


has been folded down. After 20 seconds an audible signal in-
dicates that the control component is folded down. The unit
then switches off automatically.
1RWH For safety reasons, it is not permitted to leave the
portable panel open when driving.

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Settings for the bass, treble, fader, balance and loudness are
Press 21 button. stored separately for wavebands MW, LW, SW, FM, for traf-
Additional options for switching on / off: Via ignition. In or- fic announcements, navigation messages, telephone opera-
der to switch on via the ignition, the unit must have been tion, CD and CDC/AUX operation.
switched off previously via the ignition. After switching off
the ignition, the unit can be prevented from switching off by 6HWWLQJWKHEDVV
pressing the 21 button within 3 seconds. Press the button and then the multifunction button (: .

1RWH With the ignition switched off, the unit can also be
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switched on via the 21 button. The unit switches
off automatically after 1 hour. (:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5

$GMXVWLQJWKHYROXPH Set the desired bass level using the right rotary control .
Turn the left rotary control . The volume is increased or de-
creased. 6HWWLQJWKHWUHEOH
Press the button and then the multifunction button !9) .
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Press button. The tone menu is activated. The following
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functions can be requested:  ( : (Bass), !9) (Treble), (+
(Fader), (3 (Balance),  3 ; (Linear setting) <) (Subwoof- (:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5

er) and +5 (Loudness).


Set the desired treble level using the right rotary control .
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)DGHU Press the multifunction button 3; - !65, -3(; is dis-
Press the button and then the multifunction button (+ . played. By pressing the multifunction button 3; again the
tone settings for the currently selected signal source (e.g. FM)
  ! " /  V
are set to an average value.
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Press the button and then the multifunction button +5 .
Use the right rotary control for the desired fader setting.

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Press the button and then the multifunction button (3 .

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Using the multifunction button +5 you can select either
loudness on ( ) or loudness off ( ).
(:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5
Loudness is switched off in MW, LW and SW wavebands.

Set the desired balance level using the right rotary control . 6HWWLQJWKHVXEZRRIHURUFHQWUHVSHDNHUYROXPH
Press the multifunction button <) .
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Briefly press the button.
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(:!9) (+ (3 3; <) +5


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Use the right rotary control to set the desired subwoofer
volume level.

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The term "navigation" (lat. navigare = to travel by sea) is gen- • The requirements of the Road Traffic Regulations (RTR)
erally understood to mean the location of a vehicle, the deter- apply.
mination of the direction and distance from the desired
• Observation of traffic signs and local traffic regulations
destination and the required route. Stars, prominent land-
always takes priority.
marks, compasses and satellites etc. are used as navigation
tools. • Traffic guidance is restricted to passenger vehicles. Spe-
With the Becker TrafficPro, the location is determined via the cial driving recommendations and regulations for other
GPS receiver (GPS = Global Positioning System). The direc- vehicles (e.g. commercial vehicles) are not taken into ac-
tion and distance from the destination is determined using a count.
digital street map, a navigation computer and sensors. A • The destination must only be entered when the vehicle is
speedometer and reverse signal are additionally used to calcu- stationary.
late the route.
For safety reasons, route guidance follows predominantly in 'LJLWLVHGDUHD
spoken form supported by a direction indicator on the dis- The navigation CD provided contains a digitised street map.
play. Motorways, federal and regional roads, as well as district
roads are detailed in this street map. Larger cities and bor-
oughs are completely covered. The regional and unclassified
roads or access roads and the town centre for smaller towns
and boroughs are included.

One way streets, pedestrian zones, turn bans and other traffic
regulations are taken into account as far as possible. There
may be discrepancies between the data on the navigation CD
and the actual local situation, due to permanent changes to
road systems and their traffic regulations.

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*HQHUDOQRWHV • The route is recalculated by the system if deviation from
the route is made.
• During navigation mode, radio or CD can still be heard.
The distance to the next announcement and, depending on • Press the left rotary control to hear the current naviga-
the setting made in “Setting the time display” on tion announcement.
page 117, the estimated time of arrival, the current time or • During the navigation announcement, adjustment can be
the remaining travel time are displayed at the right of the made to the volume using the left rotary control and to
display. the tone by pressing the button (see page 81).
• The unit can be switched to radio mode when route guid- • By briefly pressing the left rotary control additional in-
ance is in operation by pressing the 5DG button. Press formation can be requested during route guidance or the
the &' button to switch to CD mode. current position when route guidance is not active See ”In-
The navigation menu is automatically displayed when formation during route guidance” on page 104.
navigation announcements are given. • The current navigation announcement is interrupted by
• When entering the address, only those letters, digits and pressing the left rotary control .
symbols which are relevant for the address are displayed. • If the left rotary control is pressed for longer than
The entries are automatically completed. 2 seconds during a navigation announcement, the naviga-
Spaces (e.g. in Bad Abbach) must be entered using the un- tion announcement switches off and route guidance con-
derline symbol. tinues via display only.
Letters, numbers and symbols can be selected via the mul- By briefly pressing the left rotary control the naviga-
tifunction buttons  to  . The individual sym- tion announcements are switched on again.
bols can be selected by pressing the relevant multifunction
• The scroll marks and indicate a selection list which
buttons repeatedly.
can be scrolled through using the right rotary control .
Selection can also be made using the right rotary
Each entry in the list shown in capital letters can be select-
control , as described later in this guide.
ed by pressing the right rotary control .
• 1DY quits the current menu and displays the previous
menu.

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Press 1DY multifunction button.
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Selection from
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The main navigation menu appears after this display.
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1RWH The navigation CD must be loaded when starting
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navigation operation for the first time.
If the navigation system has not yet been calibrat- can be made by turning the right rotary control , and con-
ed, a calibration journey is prompted (see Installa- firmed by pressing the right rotary control .
tion Guide). •  !!
A navigation CD with the data for the destination accesses the entry menu for the destination.
country is required for navigation operation. See ”Entering destination” on page 86.
The navigation CD must be inserted to start the •  !Y&
route calculation. During the calculation, the contains destinations which have been stored previously.
prompt  flashes on the display. Once the calcu- See ”Destination memory” on page 107.
lation has been completed, the prompt   extin- • YY
guishes, the navigation CD can be removed and an Menu for the selection of special local and interregional
audio CD can be inserted. destinations and special destinations nearby. Special des-
When entering destinations, driving off should be tinations are e.g. petrol stations, airports or hospitals See
delayed until the prompt  disappears. ”Special destinations” on page 107.

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A list of the last 50 destinations is displayed. The desired Select  !! in the main navigation menu using the
destination can be selected using the right rotary right rotary control and press to confirm.
control . Before confirming with the right rotary
control , details of the destination can be requested by 6HOHFWLQJWKHFRXQWU\
pressing the left rotary control . Stopovers are not
stored as last destinations. &




If your destination lies in another country, select &


using the right rotary control and press to confirm.




!!

Select the country using the right rotary control and press
to confirm.

1RWH We recommend the selection of a stopover


(page 96) at the half-way point to the destination.

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Letters which are already entered are displayed inversely. For
The last location entered is displayed. the purpose of support, the existing entry is displayed at the
If you want to enter a destination in the displayed location, next place-name to be reached. The unit offers only the pos-
you can select  or ! immediately. sible remaining letters for selection. If no other entries are
If your destination lies in another location, select the location available, the unit completes the place-name automatically.
using the right rotary control and press to confirm.
To accept the entry, press and hold the right rotary control
!$P for more than 2 seconds or select the small tick and briefly
 !"#$Y&'  press the right rotary control .
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If the complete place-name was previously entered or was au-
Select the letters one after the other by turning the right rotary tomatically completed, the program switches to either place-
control and press to confirm. The enlarged selected letter distinguishing list or to road or centre entry.
appears at the right of the display. If no roads and only the centre can be selected in the location
entered, the program switches directly to route menu.
Using the multifunction button the last confirmed let-
ter is deleted. If an incomplete location entry was confirmed, the place se-
The complete entry is deleted if the multifunction button lection list is displayed.
is pressed for more than 2 seconds.

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The place nearest to the entry appears in capital letters in the
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place selection list.
The scroll marks indicate that more places are available for Select the destination’s  !  by turning the right ro-
selection in alphabetical order. tary control and press to confirm the selection.
Select by turning and confirm by pressing the right rotary
control . (See ”General notes” on page 84.)  !P
If the entry is unequivocal, the program switches to road or YY !"Y$Y&' 
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centre entry. If no roads and only the centre can be selected in
the location entered, the program switches directly to route Using the right rotary control , enter the post code for the
menu. destination and press for more than 2 seconds to confirm the
entry. To confirm, the small tick can also be selected and
The place-distinguishing list is displayed if the selection is the right rotary control briefly pressed.
ambiguous.

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The display then shows either the destination corresponding
Select the required place using the right rotary control and to the post code or, if the post code is shared among several
press to confirm. towns, a list containing these towns.
The program switches to road or centre entry.
If no roads and only the centre can be selected in the location
entered, the program switches directly to route menu.

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Select the required location using the right rotary control The complete entry is deleted if the multifunction button
and press to confirm. is pressed for more than 2 seconds.
If more than 20 locations share the same post code, the dis-
play will show the location input menu instead of the above- P
mentioned list. In that case, the location name is to be entered YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY 
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as described in “Entering the destination” on page 87.
The program returns to road or centre entry. If there are no Letters which are already entered are displayed inversely. For
streets in the selected town or only the centre can be selected, the purpose of support, the existing entry is displayed at the
the unit will switch directly to the route menu. next road to be reached. The unit offers only the possible re-
maining letters for selection.
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If no other entries are available, the unit completes the road-
name.

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To accept the entry, press and hold the right rotary control
Using the right rotary control , select   and press to for more than 2 seconds or select the small tick and briefly
confirm. press the right rotary control .
If the complete road-name was previously entered or was au-
P tomatically completed, the program switches to either road-
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Select the letters one after the other by turning the right rotary If an incomplete location entry was confirmed, the road selec-
control and press to confirm. The enlarged selected letter tion list is displayed.
appears at the right of the display.


Using the multifunction button the last confirmed let- !
ter is deleted.

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The road nearest to the entry appears in capital letters in the (QWHULQJWKHGHVWLQDWLRQFHQWUH
road selection list.
The scroll marks indicate that more roads are available for se-
lection in alphabetical order. 
Select the road by turning the right rotary control and press 

to confirm. Using the right rotary control , select! and press to


confirm.
If the entry is unequivocal, the program switches to route If the place selected only has one centre, the program switch-
menu. es immediately to route menu.
The road-distinguishing list is displayed if the selection is am- If the number of centres is less than 10, the centre list is dis-
biguous. played.

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Select the required place using the right rotary control and Select the centre by turning the right rotary control and
press to confirm. press to confirm.
The program switches to route menu.
If the number of centres is greater than 9, the program switch-
es to centre entry.

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Select the letters one after the other by turning the right rotary
control and press to confirm. The enlarged selected letter
appears at the right of the display.

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Using the multifunction button the last confirmed let- If the complete centre-name was previously entered or was
ter is deleted. automatically completed, the program switches to route
The complete entry is deleted if the multifunction button menu.
is pressed for more than 2 seconds. The program switches to the centre list if the selection is am-
biguous.
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Letters which are already entered are displayed inversely. For
the purpose of support, the existing entry is displayed at the The centre nearest to the entry appears in capital letters in the
next centre to be reached. The unit offers only the possible re- centre list.
maining letters for selection. If no other entries are available, The scroll mark indicates that more centres are available for
the unit completes the centre-name. selection in alphabetical order.
Select the centre by turning the right rotary control and
To accept the entry, press and hold the right rotary control press to confirm.
for more than 2 seconds or select the small tick and briefly The program switches to the route menu.
press the right rotary control .
1RWH A list of possible centres is displayed immediately
by pressing the right rotary control for more
than 2 seconds without having selected any letters.

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An intersecting road can be defined as the destination
# !! here.
D F This function is only available if this information is stored
" " on the navigation CD.
Selection from • "! !!

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!!\ !Y , ( !!\ !Y or route, motorway, ferries and toll roads can be selected
!!\&YY ) here.
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"! !! Using the right rotary control select "  " in
can be made by turning, and confirmed by pressing the right the route menu and press to confirm.
rotary control .
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• # !!
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accesses the entry menu for the destination memory YYY 
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(page 94).
Using the right rotary control , enter the house number for
• !!S !Y , !!S !Y or
the destination road and press for more than 2 seconds to con-
!!S&YY
firm the entry. To confirm, the small tick can also be se-
Starts route guidance. Simultaneously, a prompt appears
lected and the right rotary control briefly pressed.
indicating the currently selected route option (S !
Due to the system characteristics, route guidance continues
Y for a short route, S !Y for a fast route and S&Y
only in the area of the house number specified.
Y for a dynamic route).

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The house number in the specified destination road can be D F
entered here. "! !!
This function is only available if this information is stored
on the navigation CD. Select !!\ to start route guidance.

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Select # !! to jump to the destination mem- 6HOHFWLQJWKHURXWHVHWWLQJV
ory menu. Using the right rotary control , select "! !!
Select "! !! to access the possible route set- in the route menu and press to confirm.
tings.
Select by turning the right rotary control and press to con- !"!

firm the selection.  


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•  !"!
Using the right rotary control , select   in the
If selected, the program calculates the shortest possible
route menu and press to confirm.
journey time.
• !"!

 
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 $ distance.
Select the intersection for the destination road by turning the
1RWH The setting " !"! " is often recommend-
right rotary control and press to confirm.
ed for larger cities or conurbations.
# !!
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D F
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Dynamic route guidance is used to calculate the route, tak-
ing current traffic announcements into account.
Select !!\ to start route guidance.
Select # !! to jump to the destination mem- 1RWH Can only be selected if TMC has been switched on
ory menu. or is currently switched on. See ”Switching TMC
Select "! !! to access the possible route set- on/off” on page 127.
tings. If dynamic route guidance has been activated, the
Select by turning the right rotary control and press to con- routes are calculated using the "fast route" setting.
firm the selection.

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Further information under “Dynamic navigation with 6WRULQJDVSHFLILHGGHVWLQDWLRQLQWKHGHVWLQDWLRQ
TMC” on page 101. PHPRU\
•  !! It is not absolutely necessary to store a destination in the des-
Provides options for avoiding motorways, ferries or toll tination memory for route guidance. It saves repeated manual
roads. entry, if the destination is required at a later date.
Select #  !! in the route menu and press the
!$&$ $!F$!"! right rotary control to confirm.
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Selection can be made by turning the right rotary
 
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control , and settings can be changed by pressing the
right rotary control . Any name of your choice consisting of up to 20 characters can
Press the control for more than 2 seconds to accept all set- be entered for the specified destination and then automatically
tings and quit the menu. stored in the destination memory after pressing the right rota-
ry control for more than 2 seconds. See ”Destination mem-
1RWH Routes without motorways can only be calculated ory” on page 107.
for short distances (up to 200 km). To store, the small tick can also be selected and the right
rotary control briefly pressed.
If you do not wish to enter a name of your choice, press and
hold the right rotary control for more than 2 seconds to
store the address as previously entered in the destination
memory.
The last destination entered can be filed at any position by
turning the right rotary control . The memory position is
confirmed by briefly pressing the right rotary control .
A total of 50 destinations can be stored.

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For final storage in the destination memory, either route guid-
ance must be started or the program must be switched to new The message "Calculating route" indicates that the distance is
destination entry by selection of $ !Y . being calculated, which may take several seconds.
After the first route guidance announcement, the prompt 
'HOHWLQJVWRUHGGHVWLQDWLRQV flashes on the display until the route has been completely cal-
Select destination memory (see page 107). culated. When entering a destination, driving off should be
delayed until  no longer flashes.

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Select the destination to be deleted using the right rotary con-
trol and press the  multifunction button.
If the current route is not followed due to road blocks, diver-
'HVWLQDWLRQPHPRU\IXOO sions, unintentional driving in the wrong direction or failing
to observe the recommendations, the system immediately cal-
 !Y&" culates a new route. During this recalculation, $"! is
!J displayed.
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Occurs when the destination memory is full.


Select either ! (to jump to the destination memory in
order to delete a destination) or  (to cancel saving).

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This function enables a stopover to be entered when route (see page 86) allows entry of a stopover with the precise
guidance is active. specification of the address.
• YY
(QWHULQJDVWRSRYHU (see page 107) enables the selection of special destina-
tions as stopovers via   , &
QFV  !! and !$F"!& , e.g. petrol stations
   or airports.
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Press the multifunction button .

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To start route guidance to the stopover, press the right rotary
Using the right rotary control , make a selection and press control .
to confirm. The route is calculated and route guidance begins.
•  !Y&
1RWH The symbol is displayed inversely during
(see page 107) Select the stopover from the destination
route guidance to a stopover.
memory.

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This function allows you to block the approaching route sec-
QFV tions as from the next junction and calculate a bypass route
  
when a traffic jam or road block is directly ahead.
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Press the multifunction button .
QFV
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To delete the stopover, press the right rotary control within Press the multifunction button .
8 seconds.
!
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Using the right rotary control , select the length of the traf-
&"#&" !#
fic jam and press to confirm.

Route guidance to the final destination automatically starts QFV


following the message &" #  &"   
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is displayed inversely and the route is recalculated.

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Press 1DY button.
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Press the multifunction button . Route guidance is cancelled by pressing the right rotary
control within 8 seconds.
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To delete a block, press the right rotary control within


8 seconds.

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1RWHVRQURXWHJXLGDQFH For clarification, there follows a selection of examples of pos-
After entering the destination (address), the system calculates sible driving recommendations:
the route and announces: • "Please perform a U-turn if possible".
"Ready to drive off".
The driving recommendations are given by voice messages "       
and displays on the screen. 
By pressing the left rotary control the current driving rec-
ommendation can be repeated.
If the route to be travelled is not clear, e.g. at an intersection You are driving in the wrong direction and should turn
where a change in direction is not specified, the direction of back at the earliest opportunity.
travel can be displayed by pressing the right rotary control . • "Please turn right after 300 metres".

"          
  

Please follow the direction indicated by the arrow. The arrow indicator" points to the next street into which
The display appears for 8 seconds after pressing the right ro- you should turn.
tary control . The progress bar on the right illustrates the distance and
G'DQJHU the black part decreases as you approach the intersection.

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• "Please follow the road". • "Please leave the roundabout at the third exit on the right".

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This display tells you that you should follow the course of This display shows you which exit (marked with the ar-
the road. row) you must take at the roundabout.
• "Prepare to turn left" or • "Now drive straight ahead".
"Please move into the left-hand lane".

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At this point, you must drive straight ahead.
This recommendation prepares you for the next turning to
be taken. • "Please follow the direction arrows".
However, "move into the left-hand lane" does not mean
that you should do so immediately!

1RWH At junctions and roundabouts, only the end of the


road which is to be passed is displayed. This display tells you that you are in a non-digitised street
(e.g. car park, garage), which is not included in the digital
street map. The arrow indicates the direction of the desti-
nation as the crow flies.

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• "Keep right after 2 kilometres". '\QDPLFQDYLJDWLRQZLWK70&

NFV 1RWH Dynamic route guidance is not possible in all


   countries.
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To use dynamic navigation and the functions de-
scribed below, TMC must be switched on, as de-
Keeping to the right means that the road forks and you
scribed under “Switching TMC on/off” on
should follow the relevant direction.
page 127.
• "You have reached your destination". When any route recalculations are made with ac-
tive dynamic route guidance, the navigation sys-
tem may request the Navigation CD (if the
  Navigation CD is not already inserted).

The destination specified is reached and route guidance is :KDWLVG\QDPLFURXWHJXLGDQFH"


terminated. Dynamic route guidance is used to calculate the route, taking
current traffic announcements into account.
The traffic announcements are transmitted by a TMC radio
station in addition to the radio programme and are received
and analysed by the navigation system. There is no charge for
receiving traffic announcements.

1RWH Traffic announcements are transmitted by radio


stations, therefore we cannot accept any responsi-
bility for the completeness and correctness of the
announcements

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Dynamic route guidance can be started by selecting Current traffic announcements can be displayed in plain text.
!!S&YY in the route menu. There are several options for requesting current traffic infor-
If dynamic route guidance has been activated, a continuous mation.
check is made for the presence of relevant announcements for Traffic information can be requested via the multifunction
the selected route. The route is then calculated using the "fast buttons and in the route guidance display and,
route" option, while taking into account current traffic in the case of inactive route guidance, via the multifunction
announcements. If the check determines that a traffic button in the information menu.
announcement is relevant for the route guidance, then a new
route to the destination is calculated automatically by the unit. Route guidance display:
$"! appears on the display. In addition, there is a voice
announcement "7KHURXWHLVEHLQJUHFDOFXODWHGGXHWRFXU QFV
UHQWWUDIILFDQQRXQFHPHQWV". is displayed inversely.   
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1RWH If no TMC station was found, then  !
!! ! !
A list of all currently available traffic information is displayed
 is displayed. After a short time, the unit by pressing the multifunction button .
switches back to the route guidance display.
If a TMC station still cannot be found after A list of all current traffic information which is relevant for
10 minutes, !!! the calculated route is displayed by pressing the multifunction
!   !   is displayed,
button .
accompanied by a brief signal tone.
1RWH If no traffic information is currently available, 
Your navigation system can receive TMC information, !  # is displayed.
whether a TMC station is selected or not. However, in order
to guarantee optimal reception of TMC information, we rec-
ommend the selection of a TMC station. During radio opera-
tion (FM), a selected TMC station can be recognised by the
abbreviation ! (see page 128).

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Information menu: After the desired traffic information has been confirmed, the
For inactive route guidance, the information menu can be information is displayed in full. A typical traffic announce-
requested by pressing the left rotary control . ment consists of:

 • a motorway or road number


  • approximate direction information
• detailed location and direction information
• the incident
Press the multifunction button .
A list of currently available traffic information is displayed. • the cause, if known


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More detailed information on the individual announcements
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can be requested in the list of current traffic information. 46-8<,<05.;9(--0*


 */5,3:,569+<08)695 If scroll marks are visible at the right edge of the display, then
S5&11%*/0 %"+ more than 3 lines are used to display the traffic information.
%05.0+,3:;,+; Pressing the 1DY button, switches back to the list of current
The scroll marks at the right edge of the display indicate that traffic information.
additional traffic information is available.
A selection can be made by turning the right rotary control
and pressing to confirm.

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Press the left rotary control .
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Press the left rotary control .
The destination, the distance and the estimated time of arrival
are displayed. Press multifunction button .

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The journey duration, kilometres travelled and the average


If a stopover has been specified, the stopover, the distance and speed are displayed.
the estimated time of arrival are displayed. The main destina- If navigation is not active, the values of the last journey are
tion can be displayed via the multifunction button . displayed.
To return to route guidance, press the left rotary control Pressing the right rotary control for more than 2 seconds
again or wait for 8 seconds. resets the values to zero.
Pressing 1DY returns to the navigation display, if navigation is
active. If navigation is not active, the display shows the infor-
mation menu.

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'LVSOD\LQJVHWWLQJV The current time is displayed. After 8 seconds, the system re-
turns to the route guidance display.
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!P During route guidance, the current position can be requested.

During navigation, press the left rotary control . Press QFV


  
multifunction button  .  P 

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!P$\  Press the multifunction button .
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The settings are displayed in a list.

The list can be scrolled by turning the right rotary control . P YP Y  !
After 8 seconds, the system returns to the navigation display.
The current position with road name (if available), degrees of
5HTXHVWFXUUHQWWLPH longitude and latitude, altitude above sea level and the
number of satellites received are displayed.
  !' Pressing the right rotary control returns to the navigation
 QVV display.
!P By pressing the right rotary control , the program returns to
the route guidance display.
During route guidance, press the left rotary control .
Press multifunction button . For inactive route guidance, the information menu can be
requested by pressing the left rotary control .

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The current position with road name (if available), degrees of



   
longitude and latitude, altitude above sea level and the !"  
number of satellites received are displayed.
Pressing the right rotary control or the 1DY button returns The current road and the road names up to the destination are
to the information menu. displayed. The route list can be scrolled by turning the right
rotary control .
By pressing the right rotary control , the program returns to
the route guidance display.

1RWH After destination entry, there is a short delay until


the route list is created.
If the vehicle is "off road" at the moment of desti-
nation entry, the route list cannot be created until
a stored road is reached.

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Using the right rotary control , select  !Y & in Menu for selecting special destinations from a specified list.
the main navigation menu and press to confirm. Special destinations are e. g. petrol stations, airports or hospi-
tals.
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F  !!
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The destination memory contains personally stored destinations.
Once stored, manual entry of the destination is no longer neces- Using the right rotary control , select YYY from the
sary. main navigation menu and press to confirm.


    
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Select the destination using the right rotary control and Using the right rotary control , make a selection and con-
press to confirm. firm.
• Special destinations   F  &
Then start route guidance.  !!
Special destinations in the current surrounding area of the ve-
hicle or special destinations near the destination can be se-
lected.

  
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Using the right rotary control , select a category and


press to confirm.

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• Special destinations !$F"!&
Special destinations of your choice in countries contained

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Destinations are listed according to proximity. The figures in

kilometres relate to the direct distance (as the crow flies) be- !$
tween the special destination and the current location.
The arrows following the distance information indicate the Using the right rotary control , select either &
distance as the crow flies to the relevant special destination (see page 86), !  $  or !$ and press to confirm.
(e.g. special destination lies in the direction of travel,
special destination lies in the opposite direction to that of Select !$
travel). Special destinations in a specified town can be selected.
Select the desired destination using the right rotary
control . !$P
By pressing the left rotary control , information on the se-  !"#$Y&' 
lected destination is listed (e.g. a hospital). YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

Using the right rotary control , select the town name


! % !
 
and press to confirm.
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Then select the town from the town selection list using the
right rotary control and press again to confirm.
Confirm the selection using the right rotary control .
The system jumps to the route menu.

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Select   !    $   

  
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The special destinations for the selected town are displayed.


Using the right rotary control , select a category and Using the right rotary control , select a category and
press to confirm. press to confirm.
A list with special destinations is displayed or if there are A list with special destinations is displayed or if there are
more than 9 entries in the list, you will be requested to en- more than 9 entries in the list, you will be requested to en-
ter text. ter text.

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Enter the special destination and confirm. Confirm the Enter the special destination and confirm. Confirm the
special destination in the list displayed by pressing the special destination in the list displayed by pressing the
right rotary control . right rotary control .
The system jumps to the route menu. The system jumps to the route menu.

1RWH A list of possible special destinations is displayed 1RWH A list of possible special destinations is displayed
by pressing the right rotary control for more by pressing the right rotary control for more
than 2 seconds without having selected any letters. than 2 seconds without having selected any letters.

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3RLQWVRILQWHUHVW 32, &' Select the desired category with the right rotary control .
The following contains the general description of the points Then, press the right rotary control to confirm the category.
of interest (or P.O.I.) CD accompanying the unit.
1RWH If the set user language is identical with one of the
There are two methods of selecting a point of interest from a languages available on the CD, the categories are dis-
points of interest (P.O.I.) CD: played in this language. If there is no correspondence,
- During active navigation, a point of interest can be select- the categories are displayed in all available languag-
ed in the vicinity of the current position or near the entered es. This can be recognised by the country abbrevia-
destination. tions in front of the category.
- If navigation is not active, points of interest can be select-
ed in the vicinity of the current position. If the points of interest CD is inserted during active naviga-
tion, the system requests information on the location of the
Insert the desired points of interest CD into the CD slot. After point of interest (near to destination or in vicinity of current
a short time, the following display appears: position).
If navigation is not active, this selection is skipped.
                  
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Press the right rotary control .
The valid categories for the current points of interest CD are With the right rotary control , select either  or
displayed.  !! .

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The categories and points of interest shown in the illustrations After a short time, the available points of interest for the se-
are examples. The actual display is dependent upon the CD lected categories are displayed.
used.

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The arrows following the distance information indicate the After a short time, route calculation to the selected point of
direction of the relevant point of interest (e.g. point of interest is performed.
interest lies in the direction of travel, point of interest lies
in the opposite direction to that of travel). 1RWH If a stopover has already been entered, it will be over-
written by the new point of interest.
Then, turn the right rotary control to select the desired In order to cancel navigation to the selected point of
point of interest. The point of interest is accepted by pressing interest, you must either cancel navigation or cancel
the rotary control . navigation to the stopover, as described in the com-
Before confirming the point of interest, press 1DY to return to plete operating guide.
selection of categories in order to select a different point of
interest, if required. In order to cancel entry of the point of interest from the point
of interest (P.O.I.) CD, you must eject the point of interest
Press the left rotary control to display information on the (P.O.I.) CD by pressing .
point of interest. This information may include prices,
location description, general appraisal etc., for the point of 7HUPVRIOLFHQFH
interest. You are granted a non-exclusive licence to use the database for your
personal purposes, or, where applicable, for internal purposes in
 your business operations. The present licence does not authorise the

"! granting of sublicenses. Use of the data is only permitted in this spe-
! cific Becker system. It is forbidden to extract or make further use of
significant parts of the database content, or to duplicate, copy,
Pressing 1DY or pressing the left rotary control , returns to modify, adapt, translate, analyse, decompile or reverse engineer any
the list of points of interest. part thereof. The maximum possible care has been taken in compil-
Following selection of the point of interest, you are prompted ing this CD. Nevertheless, some data may be incorrect or outdated.
to insert the navigation CD for route calculation. Under no circumstances do we accept any liability.
If the point of interest was selected during active navigation,
it will be treated as a stopover.

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In the main navigation menu, press the 1DY button. Language setting for the navigation system.
The system settings menu is requested. The star also enables recognition of the entry for setting a
language, even if an unknown language is active.
! • !
   The display animations can be switched on or off.

•  ""!
Selection from The display units can be changed from metres to yards.
! , • "!!
# ! , Announcement of the estimated time of arrival can be
 , switched on / off.
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• !"!
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Calculation of the ETA can be influenced.
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"!! , • "!

!"! , Whether ETA, the current time or the remaining travel


"! time should be displayed on the right side of the display
can be made by turning, and confirmed by pressing the right during navigation, is a setting option.
rotary control .
• !
The internal system clock can be set to local time.
• # !
The current position can be saved and stored in the desti-
nation memory.
• 
A selection of games is available.

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In order to achieve correct navigation on routes requiring
guidance under time restrictions and to calculate the estimat- !
ed time of arrival, it is necessary to set the GMT time trans-   
mitted from satellites to the current time zone. 

Select # ! in the system settings menu and con-


"!
firm.
 
# !
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Select ! in the system settings menu and confirm.   
#

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The current co-ordinates (degrees of longitude and latitude)
Y Y
for the position are displayed.
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Confirm again by pressing the right rotary control .

Using the multifunction button  the time can be P


changed from the 24 hour to the 12 hour display.  !"#$%&' 

 
NFGHY

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Y Y
Press the right rotary control for more than 2 seconds to
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confirm the name entered. To confirm, the small tick can
also be marked and the right rotary control briefly pressed.
Using the multifunction buttons R or  the time is The destination memory is automatically requested
changed every half an hour. (see page 107).
By pressing the right rotary control or the multifunction
button 2. the time set is accepted. Select the desired position in the destination memory using
The program returns to the system settings menu. the right rotary control and press to confirm.

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Request the destination memory (see page 107) and select
destination using the right rotary control . 


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If the position is outside a digitised area, the driver is guided !

to the digitised route nearest to the destination. The announce- Select "Q in the system settings menu and confirm.
ment "Your destination is nearby" is given. The direction of
the arrows must be followed in order to reach the destination.

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Select the language using the right rotary control . The lan-

 guage selection is accepted by pressing the control and the
"Q language is installed.
You can choose either a male or a female voice for certain
Select  from the system settings menu and confirm. languages.

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Select a game using the right rotary control . Select the voice using the right rotary control . The voice is
accepted and installed by pressing the control.
The system returns to the system settings menu after installa-
tion.

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Select ! in the system settings menu and confirm.
Select "!! in the system settings menu and
confirm.
! F (7$ stands for (stimated 7ime of $rrival.

It is possible to select between animations  and  by "!! F


briefly pressing the right rotary control .
Press and hold the right rotary control to accept the setting.
The system returns to the system settings menu. It is possible to select between announcement ETA  and
 by briefly pressing the right rotary control .
Press and hold the right rotary control to accept the setting.
The system returns to the system settings menu.

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! "!!
 
   
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Select  ""! from the system settings menu and Select and confirm ! "! in the system set-
confirm. tings menu.
(7$ stands for (stimated 7ime of $rrival.

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! 
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Select the measuring unit using the right rotary control .
The measuring unit is accepted by pressing the control. Use the right rotary control to select the desired setting.
The system returns to the system settings menu. • !&
With this setting the unit adjusts ETA for faster drivers.
1RWH ! indicates calculation in metres. An earlier ETA is calculated.
 indicates calculation in yards.
• 
This is the default setting. It offers a sufficiently accurate
calculation of ETA for most drivers.
• $p  
With this setting the unit adjusts for drivers who may take
longer for the planned journey. This setting could be used,
for example, in areas of dense traffic.

Selection is confirmed by pressing the control.


The system returns to the system settings menu.

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Select and confirm "! in the system settings menu.

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Use the right rotary control to select the desired setting.


• Y#Y!
The display shows the remaining travel time.
• !
The display shows the estimated time of arrival.
• !
The display shows the current time.

Selection is confirmed by pressing the control.


The system returns to the system settings menu.

117
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By pressing several times, the planes   ,,2<(3Y , 
Press 5DG
button. ,,2(4, , ;(;065: and ;(;065:0? can be se-

The radio is set to the previously selected waveband. lected.


•    , , 2   < (3 Y (see also page 144).
6ZLWFKLQJRQUDGLRPHQXPRGH •    , , 2   ( 4 ,  (see also page 144)
In radio mode, press the 5DG button. • ;(;065: (see also page 144)
• ;(;065:0? (see also page 144)
    ,,2(4,
4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?; 03 6HOHFWLQJWKH$0ZDYHEDQG
The radio menu mode is switched on and displayed. The unit In radio menu mode, press the 4 multifunction button.
switches back to radio mode if no button is pressed within the
next 8 seconds.    ,+Y$(=,
4 4 : (5
6HOHFWLQJWKH)0ZDYHEDQG
In radio menu mode, press the 4 multifunction button.
The last selected waveband and transmitter are set.
To select the wavebands MW (4 , + Y  >( = , ), LW (365.
    ,,2(4, >(=, ) and SW (:/69; >(=, ), press the multifunction but-

4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?; 03 ton 4 repeatedly until the required waveband is selected.

The last selected transmitter and plane are displayed.


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The desired transmitter can be selected via dynamic autostore
(FM), autostore (MW, LW), transmitter search, scan search,
manual tuning, and station buttons.

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In radio menu mode, press the 4 multifunction button re- the particular transmitter chain, the last stored programme en-
peatedly until   ,,2<(3Y or   ,,2(4, is dis- try will be automatically selected.
played. The multifunction button SM indicates that the button can
be pressed for displaying and selecting additional transmit-
ters.
    ,,2<(3Y
To indicate those transmitters not easily identified due to the
4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?;
display of advertisements or news, the abbreviation S ...
 S ' ( = Local) is used. This prevents constant switching in

In    mode, the receivable transmitters are displayed the lower display line. When a transmitter is selected, it is in-
according to the setting via the multifunction buttons. dicated by a star (e.g.  Q  ).
When using the unit for the first time, or following interrup-
MOT
tion of the power supply, allow for a brief waiting period so
   P      Y  that the receiver can evaluate the transmitter signals. The dis-

5; +; ,. 79 >9 SM  P  play will appear incrementally as the evaluation progresses.

Set the desired transmitter by pressing the button directly be- )0'$6WUDQVPLWWHUVHDUFK
low the abbreviated station designation. If the selected trans- Turn the right rotary control to the left/right. The radio dis-
mitter broadcasts several programmes/regional programmes, plays the receivable and identified transmitters in descending/
a submenu is automatically displayed to select the desired ascending order.
programme.
7UDQVPLWWHUVHDUFK0:/:6:
MOT In the desired waveband ($ , $ , $ ), turn the right rotary
   P      Y 
 control to the left/right. The radio searches for reception
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frequencies in descending/ascending order of frequency.

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6FDQVHDUFK In order to switch the filter function on or off, repeatedly press
In the desired waveband (  , $ , $ , $) press the right ro- the multifunction button 03 . The filter function is switched
tary control ;  is displayed. on (0365) or off (603).

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An automatic transmitter search is started. The first run is per-    E  --(09:


formed on an insensitive plane, all further runs on a sensitive
4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?; 03
plane. Receivable transmitters can be heard for 8 seconds.
Press the right rotary control if the received programme
should be retained. Then, using the multifunction button ;@ select the desired
1RWH For     , the scan search is performed in al- PTY (see also page 145).
phabetical order. 1RWH Only those PTYs can be selected that are currently
available.
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You have the option of filtering various stations from the FM Once a PTY has been selected, only those transmitters can be
DAS transmitter list. selected in  mode that are equipped with this PTY.
In radio menu mode, press the 03 multifunction button. By selecting    ! & , all transmitters will be re-displayed in
FM DAS mode.

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The individual programmes can be selected using the right ro-


tary control . It is then possible to select between 73 (@ (pro-
gramme not filtered) and :2 07 (programme filtered out) by
pressing the right rotary control .

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-  multi-
Select radio menu mode. function button. The stored transmitter is requested.

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4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?; 03
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Search for the desired transmitter and press the desired multi-
function button until a signal tone sounds.
Using the multifunction button 0: select either !& (PTY To access memory locations 7 - 12, press the SM multifunc-
display switched on) or 9,8<,5*@ (PTY display switched tion button.
off).
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In radio menu mode, use the multifunction button 4 to
select the plane ;(;065: or ;(;065:0? .
• ;(;065: (see also page 144) 5HTXHVW Press the  - or
-  multi-
function button. The stored transmitter is requested.
• ;(;065:0? (see also page 144)
6WRULQJ: 12 frequencies or programmes can be stored per
waveband.
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the multifunction button  - or
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function button.

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0:/:DXWRVWRUH On the display, active manual tuning is indicated by  . Af-
In the desired waveband, press the 5DG button. ter a short delay and without turning the right rotary
control ,  disappears and manual tuning is switched off.

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:;69,65 is displayed.
4 4 (5
Press the : multifunction button until
,,2<;6:;69, is displayed.
The 6 transmitters with the best reception are stored under the Press the (5 multifunction button twice.
station buttons in order of quality. Then turn the right rotary control .
In order to quit the autostore storage plane, use the multifunction 9kHz (MW), 3kHz (LW) or 5kHz (SW) tuning steps are per-
button : to switch off the autostore storage plane (6--). The formed.
radio switches back to the station button plane. On the display, active manual tuning is indicated by  . Af-
ter a short delay and without turning the right rotary
)0PDQXDOWXQLQJ control ,  disappears and manual tuning is switched off.
In radio menu mode, use the multifunction button  to
select the ;(;065:0? plane.

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Press the (5 multifunction button twice.


Then turn the right rotary control .
100 kHz tuning steps are performed.

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5HJLRQDOLVDWLRQ If, despite RDS diversity function, the reception quality of a
The RDS diversity function is independent of region. If the regional sub-programme is inferior, bear in mind that regional
RDS diversity function should switch among various regional sub-programmes are transmitted for the most part over only a
programmes with diverse broadcast contents, the special re- few frequencies. If the unit remains tuned to frequencies with
gional sub-programme must be selected directly. better reception quality, there will be less drift.
A transmitter must first be selected in order to see if it broad-
casts more than one regional programme. 6ZLWFKLQJUHJLRQDOLVDWLRQRQRII
Transmitters with additional regional transmitters are identi- Select radio menu mode.
fied by a star (e.g. Q ).

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Using the multifunction button ,. switch the regionalisa-


Upon selection of one of these transmitters (e.g.  Q ) all re- tion on (6 5 ) or off (6-- ).
ceivable regional sub-programmes for this transmitter will be
displayed.
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Select radio menu mode.
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Using the multifunction button 0: select either 9,


8<,5*@ (frequency display switched on) or !& (frequency
display switched off).

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Select FM radio menu mode. Using the multifunction button If an RDS diversity transmitter transmits TP announcements,
!?; switch on radio text. it is possible to interrupt CD, CDC/AUX, MW, LW or SW
operation or the mute function and to switch through the
(+06;,?;0:+0:73(@,+Y transmitted TP announcement. Moreover, you can listen to
(+06;,?;0:+0:73(@,+Y one FM station while having TP announcements switched
4 4 ;@ 0: ,.!?; 03
through that are transmitted by another FM station.
The functionality of the traffic programme functions depends
The car radio filters information transmitted by the transmit- on the status of the TMC setting - TMC switched on/off
ter and displays it in the form of radio text. (“Switching TMC on/off” auf Seite 127)
Radio text cannot be displayed unless the selected transmitter
also transmits radio text. When TMC is switched off:
Unfavourable reception conditions, including interference, • There are two ways to select a TP transmitter:
can garble or even block a radio text display. DXWRPDWLFWUDFNLQJ
In order to quit the radio text plane, press the 5DG button. GLUHFWSURJUDPPLQJ
$XWRPDWLFWUDFNLQJ always uses the FM station currently
1RWH 6LQFH LQIRUPDWLRQ WUDQVPLWWHG YLD UDGLR WH[W being received as the TP transmitter. If the selected FM
GLVSOD\YDULHVFRQVWDQWO\ZHUHFRPPHQGWXQ station has poor reception quality or cannot function as a
LQJ LQ WKH UDGLR WH[W RQO\ ZKHQ WKH YHKLFOH LV TP transmitter, the unit applies specified criteria to search
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DFFLGHQWSUHYHQWLRQ programmed that is not the FM station being received. For
example, one FM station can be received while TP
announcements transmitted by another FM station are
switched through.
If the programmed TP transmitter reception is poor, the
unit switches to automatic tracking until the programmed
TP transmitter is receivable.

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When TMC is switched on: 6ZLWFKLQJ73RQRII
• With TMC, the unit is capable of selecting a suitable In all modes and wavebands, TP can be switched on/off by
traffic programme transmitter automatically. If possible, a pressing the 73 button for more than 2 seconds.
TMC station is selected as the traffic programme TP can also be switched on/off in the TP - menu.
transmitter. The selected TMC station usually offers the 6ZLWFKLQJ RQ To switch on TP in the TP menu, press
best traffic information for the region in which you are the !7 multifunction button repeatedly until ! 65 is
travelling. If no TMC station is available, the traffic displayed.
programme transmitter with the strongest signal is
selected.
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!7 ;( #63 !4*
If an RDS transmitter is equipped with a traffic programme,
this is indicated on the display by ! .
An inverse  TP appears on the display to indicate that the
traffic programme is active. 6ZLWFKLQJRII To switch off TP in the TP menu, press the
!7 multifunction button repeatedly until ! 6-- is
$FWLYDWLQJTXLWWLQJWKH73PHQX displayed.
$FWLYDWLQJ Press the 73 button (traffic announcements
cannot be transmitted). ,##
!7 ;( #63 !4*
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!7 ;( #63 !4*
TP is switched off after returning to normal display.

Press the !7 multifunction button.

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automatically terminated after 8 seconds without actuation.

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6HOHFWLQJDXWRPDWLFWUDFNLQJ selected transmitter is accepted.
Only applies when 70&LVVZLWFKHGRII.
In all modes and wavebands, automatic tracking can be 'HOHWLQJ Press the ;( multifunction button.
switched on by pressing the 73 button for more than
2 seconds.  1  1 E  <;6:,3,*;
To switch on automatic tracking in the TP menu, press the
!7 ;( #63 !4*
!7 multifunction button repeatedly until !   6 5 is
displayed.
Using the right rotary control , select <;6:,3,*; and
press to confirm. After a short delay and without actuation,
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the direct programming is deleted.
!7 ;( #63 !4*
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can be activated by briefly pressing the 73 button.
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Activate the TP menu.
!7 ;( #63 !4*
6HOHFWLQJ Press the ;( multifunction button.
Thereafter, only traffic announcements and navigation
announcements will be switched through. After pressing
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the 73 button again, muting is cancelled.
!7 ;( #63 !4*

Using the right rotary control , select the desired TP


transmitter. After a short delay and without actuation, the

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During a TP announcement, briefly press the 73 button.
The announcement currently being broadcast will be 1RWH You can find further information on TMC under
interrupted and the system will automatically return to the “Dynamic navigation with TMC” auf Seite 101.
previously selected mode.
Activate the TP menu.
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Activate the TP menu. Press the #63 multifunction button. ,+
!7 ;( #63 !4*

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Press the !4* multifunction button repeatedly until !
6 5 is displayed.
Using the right rotary control , four different settings
( -  ) can be selected. This means that the volume can be If TMC is switched on, a traffic programme transmitter
raised to a fixed value according to the setting. cannot be selected freely. A TMC station is selected by the
unit, provided one can be received. This transmitter then
• Setting - no volume increase
corresponds to the traffic programme transmitter.
• Setting  - slight volume increase
• Setting  - medium volume increase 6ZLWFKLQJRII
• Setting  - large volume increase Press the !4* multifunction button repeatedly until !
6 - - is displayed.
If TMC is switched off, a traffic programme transmitter can
be selected freely.

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traffic information) cannot be selected or called
up.

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If a radio station transmits TMC information in addition to the The telephone characteristics can be set in the user menu
radio programme, this is indicated on the display by the (page 136) if a telephone system is installed in the vehicle and
abbreviation ! . TMC information is received and analysed the mute function lead for the car telephone is connected to
by the navigation system. The reception of traffic the car radio.
announcements is free of charge. If 4<;, is selected, the radio is switched to mute if a call is
received.
TMC is shown in QRUPDOW\SHIDFH: If (<+06:0.5(3 is selected, the telephone call is connected
The instantaneously selected station is a TMC station. TMC through the radio unit if a call is received (vehicle ignition
is switched off. must be switched on).
However, this is only possible if, in addition to the telephone,
!
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Sound interruptions may occur if the CD is dirty. In order to Press and hold button; the display folds downwards and
ensure optimum tone quality, please note the following: the CD slot becomes visible. Insert the disc into the CD slot
• Always touch the CD at the edges only. Keep the disc with the printed side upwards. The unit pulls in the CD auto-
clean and never touch the surface. matically and begins to play the disc from the first track. Then
fold the display up again.
• Never stick anything to the CD.
After playing the last track, the unit automatically begins to
• Protect the CDs against direct sunlight and from heat play the first track of the CD again.
sources such as heaters etc. If there is already a CD in the slot, press the &' button. If CD
• Before playing, clean the CD with a commercially availa- changer / AUX operation was last selected, use the multifunc-
ble cleaning cloth, wiping from the centre outwards. Sol- tion button *+ to switch to CD operation.
vents such as petrol, thinners or other commercially
available cleaners and anti-static sprays must not be used.
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To eject a CD, press and hold button; the display folds


downwards and the CD is ejected. Remove the CD. Then fold
&RUUHFW ,QFRUUHFW the display up again.
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Press the multifunction button M (forwards) or L By pressing the multifunction button M (audible) fast for-
(backwards). ward is activated, or by pressing the multifunction button
L (audible) fast rewind is activated.
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By pressing the multifunction button repeatedly, several


tracks can be skipped over in forward or reverse directions. Fast forward / rewind is terminated by releasing the multi-
The unit switches to the first track when the last track has function button.
been reached. Analogously, it switches from the first track to
the last track. 5DQGRPSOD\
If the track has been playing for longer than 10 seconds when By pressing the multifunction button 5+ random play is
the track skip function is triggered, the device returns to the activated. The tracks on the current CD are then played in ran-
beginning of the track. dom order. The prompt 5+ is displayed inversely.

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Press the right rotary control ,  appears on the display. 
5+ 7; L M L M +*  P 

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After pressing the multifunction button 5+ again, the ran-
5+ 7; L M L M +*  P
dom play function is deactivated.
All following CD tracks are played for 10 seconds each. Press
the right rotary control again to terminate the scan search.

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By pressing the multifunction button 7; the track repeat A temperature protection circuit is utilised in this unit in order
function is switched on. The prompt 7; is displayed inverse- to protect the laser diode against overheating.
ly. When the protection circuit is requested, !,47 is displayed
for 8 seconds and the unit switches back to radio operation.
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MOT The single CD operation can be requested again after a short
 cooling phase. However, if the temperature is still too high,
5+ 7; L M L M +*  P 
the unit again switches back to the previously selected signal
source.
After pressing the multifunction button 7; again, the track
repeat function is switched off.

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In CD mode, press the &' button. By pressing the multifunc-
tion button !92 the elapsed time for the tracks already
played is displayed briefly.

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!92 !;3

By pressing the multifunction button !;3 the number of


tracks and the total playing time of the current CD are dis-
played briefly.

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The last CD to be played is played from the position at which
If a CD changer is connected to the car radio, it is ready for it was left before switching off.
operation when loaded with a full CD magazine. Close the Stored CDs can be selected by turning the right rotary
sliding tray after loading. Further operation is performed via control . 6(+05. % is displayed during the selection
the car radio control panel. time. The magazine compartment number or the name of the
CD and the number of the current track on the selected CD are
then displayed.
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To remove the CD magazine, open the sliding cover on the
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changer and press the eject button. The magazine is ejected

and can be removed. 5+ 7; L M L M *+  P 
When inserting CDs in the magazine, please note imprint on
magazine. If no CD is present in the selected magazine compartment
(e.g. compartment 2),    is displayed briefly.
$WWHQWLRQ ,QFRUUHFWO\LQVHUWHG&'VZLOOQRWEHSOD\HG After playing the last track of a CD, the next CD is automati-
cally selected and played.
1RWH In order to ensure the fastest possible CD change, For further operation, see under CD mode (Page 129):
the magazine should be fully loaded from com- • ”Compact Disc (CD) instructions” on page 129
partment 1. • ”Track skip - forwards / backwards” on page 130
• ”Scan search” on page 130
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• ”Fast forward / rewind” on page 130
Press &' button. If the unit was last set to CD changer oper-
ation or there is no CD (or navigation CD) in the CD drive, • ”Random play” on page 130
the CD changer menu is now active. • ”Repeating a track” on page 131
If CD operation was last selected, use the multifunction but- • ”Number of tracks and total playing time” on page 131
ton +* to switch to CD changer operation.

132
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1DPLQJD&' Using the right rotary control , select the desired letters and
In CD changer mode, press the &' button. Then press the press to confirm.
(4 multifunction button. Press the right rotary control to move one place further.

(4,P A maximum of 8 characters can be entered.
The name is stored after quitting the CDC menu.
!92 !;3 (4 +; 03 ,3
To delete an existing name, press the (4 multifunction
button.
To enter a name or change an existing name, press the multi-
Using the right rotary control , select the name to be delet-
function button +; .
ed.


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!92 !;3 (4 +; 03 LS SM
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Using the multifunction buttons LS and SM select the


The name can be deleted by pressing the ,3 multifunction
desired position (inverse editing symbol).
button.

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!92 !;3 (4 +; 03 LS SM

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In CD changer mode, press the &' button. Then press the
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For the Silverstone 2660 CD changer, the individual tracks of


the current CD can be selected using the right rotary
control . It is then possible to select between 73 (@ (track
not filtered) and : 2 0 7 (track filtered out) by pressing the right
rotary control .
In order to switch the filter function on or off, repeatedly press
the multifunction button 03 . The filter function is switched
on (0365) or off (603).
For the Silverstone 2630 and 2640 CD changers, it is possible
to select between  3 ( @ (track not filtered) and 2 07 (track
filtered out) for the current track by pressing the right rotary
control .

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After requesting the user menu, the following basic settings The GAL is a car radio control circuit, which automatically
can be selected on two planes according to your personal pref- adjusts the car radio volume according to vehicle speed. This
erence. results in compensation of the driving noise produced at high-
First plane: er speeds.
• (3 - speed-dependent volume control Request the user menu. Press the (3 multifunction button.
Using the right rotary control select either or R  .
• !,3 telephone characteristics
• 63 - display colour setting

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• *+ display setting
(3 !,3 63 *+ ,+ F SM
• ,+ LED setting
• F reception optimisation setting
Second plane: With the GAL setting, the start of volume adjustment can be
specified according to vehicle speed.
• (= - navigation announcement setting
The setting is stored automatically.
• <? - aux input setting Explanation:
• 47 - compass display setting • - no volume increase
• ,# - signal tone volume setting • R - volume is increased at low speed
The user menu is requested by pressing the button for
• R - volume is increased at a higher speed
more than 2 seconds.


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(3 !,3 63 *+ ,+ F SM

In order to access the second plane of the user menu, press the
SM multifunction button.
Press the button again to quit the user menu.

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If a telephone system with handsfree unit is installed in the vehi- ,),2/6")),4
cle, the telephone conversation can be conducted via the car ra-
(3 !,3 63 *+ ,+ F SM
dio system. Thus, installation of the additional loudspeaker
which is normally required is not necessary. However, the signal
cables (AF - telephone input and earth - telephone input) must be The setting is stored automatically.
connected to the car radio (see page 146).
For selection, request user menu. By pressing the multifunc- 'LVSOD\VHWWLQJ /FG
tion button !,3 select either (<+06:0.5(3 or 4<;, .
The display setting allows you to select among three different
display versions.
E*21" • Negative display (5,.(;0=, )
(3 !,3 63 *+ ,+ F SM • Positive display (76:0;0=, )
• Automatic display ((<;64(;0* ) - the display will appear
negative or positive depending on vehicle illumination.
• 4<;, - Telephone mute mode For selection, request user menu. By pressing the multifunc-
tion button *+ select either5,.(;0=, ,76:0;0=, or (<
• (<+06:0.5(3 - Telephone conversation via car radio ;64(;0* .

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21,*1&
This setting is used to choose between two illumination col-
ours (not possible for all versions). (3 !,3 63 *+ ,+ F SM

For selection, request user menu. By pressing the multifunc-


tion button 63 select either9 , + or@,336> . The setting is stored automatically.

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Three different reception optimisation settings can be select- The flashing of the LED (flashes when unit is switched off)
ed in order to suppress reception-dependent interference and can be switched on or off using this function.
reflections. Request the user menu. By pressing the multifunction button
Request the user menu. By pressing the multifunction button ,+ select either )305205. (LED switched on) or 6--
F select either ;,9,6 , 656 or <;6 . (LED switched off).

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• <;6 - Setting for normal operation - i.e., the system The setting is stored automatically.
switches from stereo to mono and back depending upon
reception location (provides the optimum setting for al- 6HWWLQJQDYLJDWLRQDQQRXQFHPHQWV 1DY
most all reception areas). With this function you can select how you wish to hear navi-
• ;,9,6 - Setting for exceptional reception conditions - gation announcements.
i.e. the unit is constantly set to stereo. • 6 5 3 @ - The audio source currently being listened to is

• 656 - Setting for reception conditions in which reflec- switched off and only navigation announcements are
tions constantly occur - i.e., the unit is set constantly to heard.
mono. • 40?,+ - The volume level of the audio source currently
being listened to is decreased. The navigation announce-
The setting is effective immediately and is also retained on ment is set to the same volume level as the previously
switching off. heard audio source but still adjustable within a range of +/
-6 dB. If the audio source volume is then changed, the
navigation announcement volume is adjusted accordingly.
• 05+,7,5+ - The audio source being listened to and the
navigation announcement can be set to various levels.

137
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For selection, request user menu. By pressing the multifunc- &RPSDVVGLVSOD\ &PS
tion button SM request the second plane of the user menu. When the Navigation is not active, it is possible to have a
Using the multifunction button (= select either 653@ , compass and the current time shown on the right side of the
40?,+ or 05+,7,5+ . display.
For selection, request user menu. By pressing the multifunc-
tion button SM request the second plane of the user menu.
E*&5"! Using the multifunction button 47 select either :/6>
(=<? 47 ,# LS *647(:: (compass is displayed) or /0+, *647(:: (com-
pass is not displayed).
If the compass display is switched off, 9 multifunction but-
The setting is stored automatically.
tons are assigned transmitter abbreviations in FM - DAS
mode (route guidance not active).
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This can be used to switch on the CD changer AF connections
if no CD changer is connected. An external unit (Discman, 0%,4 ,*-00
Walkman, etc.) can then be connected. (=<? 47 ,# LS
For selection, request user menu. By pressing the multifunc-
tion button SM request the second plane of the user menu.
The setting is stored automatically.
Using the multifunction button <? select either "%
46+,65 (on) or <?46+,6-- (off).

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(=<? 47 ,# LS

The setting is stored automatically.


In CD mode, press the <? multifunction button in order to
select AUX mode.

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the volume of signal tones (e.g. storage confirmation) can be
set using this function.
For selection, request user menu. By pressing multifunction
button SM request the second plane of the user menu. Press
the ,# multifunction button. Using the right rotary
control select either 0 (quiet) or + 5 (loud).

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In order to select the service menu, press the 1DY and the 10
The following information can be requested from the service multifunction buttons simultaneously in radio mode.
menu.
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• 6+,356YP display of model number " ("/21F60F
• ,90(356YP display of serial number ?; 9=5+

• /(5.,9 ,:,; - reset triggering for CDC (if present).


To reset, press ,: multifunction button. Using the multifunction buttons ?; and 9= or by turn-
•  - display of current GAL setting ing the right rotary control , the individual items can be se-
• (+06 6-;>(9, - display of radio software status lected.
• (+06636 - display of radio bolo status In order to quit the service menu, press the 5+ multifunc-
tion button.
• (=064 - display of navi rom / lib status
• (=03(:/ - display of navi flash status 7ULJJHULQJUHVHW
• !#(3<, - display of RTC value If a malfunction of the unit should occur, such that the unit is
no longer capable of operation or is defective in some other
way, a restart of the internal unit software (reset) can be trig-
gered via the following button combination.
In order to trigger a reset, press the  , or the  mul-
tifunction buttons and the 73 button simultaneously.
The navigation CD must be inserted after a reset of the unit
software.

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6 Loudspeaker front left -
separately, otherwise excessive current consumption occurs when 7 Loudspeaker rear left +
the unit is switched off. Connection socket A is not the same for all 8 Loudspeaker rear left -
vehicle types. Therefore, always measure voltages before installa- 6RFNHW&
tion. 1 LineOut rear left
2 LineOut rear right
6RFNHW$ 3 AF earth
4 LineOut front left
1 Speed signal (GAL) 5 LineOut front right
2 Reversing lamp signal 6 Subwoofer LineOut
3 Telephone mute / clearing function
4 Permanent positive (terminal 30) 6RFNHW&
5 Control output for automatic antenna/amplifier 7-12 Special connection for Becker CD changer
6 Illumination (terminal 58)
7 Switched positive (terminal 15) 6RFNHW&
8 Earth (terminal 31) 13 AF telephone input
6RFNHW% 14 Earth - telephone input
15-17 Special connection for Becker CD changer
1 Loudspeaker rear right + 18 CD AF earth (AUX)
2 Loudspeaker rear right - 19 CD AF left (AUX)
3 Loudspeaker front right + 20 CD AF right (AUX)
4 Loudspeaker front right -
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A universal bracket for DIN installation slots is integrated into this car radio. An installation frame is not required. The unit is
inserted into the installation slot and secured with the slides supplied.
Complete the electrical connections. Then push the unit into the installation slot. Subsequently, push the slides into the apertures
in the front of the unit to the first detent position (Figure A). Now lock the radio by pulling both slides, as shown in Figure B.
Subsequently, remove the slides.

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For removal, the unit must first be unlocked. For this purpose, push in both slides to the second detent position, as shown in Figure
A. Subsequently, withdraw the unit with both slides. (Figure C). Then remove the slides by pressing the springs on the right and
left sides of the unit.
If the unit has been installed in another vehicle, the unit’s springs may have to be adjusted before installation. To adjust the springs,
push in the slides as shown in Figure D and then adjust as shown in Figure E (press the slide lightly in direction 1 and simultane-
ously move the slide in direction 2).

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This car radio is capable of receiving RDS signals (RDS = In the ;(;065:  plane, only identified RDS stations
Radio Data System) in the VHF range. RDS is a technique can be stored. The unit constantly switches to the best receiv-
which enables the transmission of inaudible additional infor- able transmission frequency for the station.
mation in the VHF broadcasting range. This means that the During the search on ;(;065:  the unit only stops at
transmitter broadcasts information which can be evaluated by identifiable stations.
the car radio.
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In the   ,,2<(3Y plane, all receivable and identifiable the station buttons. RDS evaluation does not take place. The
RDS programmes are arranged in a list according to quality. search on ;(;065:0? is applicable to FM manual tuning
The dynamic autostore, search and scan search functions fall (page 122).
back upon this list.

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In the   ,,2(4, plane, all receivable and identifiable
RDS programmes are alphabetically arranged in a list accord-
ing to name. The dynamic autostore, search and scan search
functions fall back upon this list.

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37< 3URJUDPPH7\SH  Interviews
Specific types of programme, such as e.g. sport, pop music, !# Travel reports
classical music etc., can be selected using the PTY function.  " Leisure reports
The PTY is broadcast by the RDS transmitter, provided that '' Jazz music
the transmitter is equipped with this function. The selected   "!  & Country music
transmitter programme type can be displayed or a search for ! National folk music
a specific PTY transmitter can be performed.  Oldies
Examples of programme types are:  Folk music
"! Documentaries
$ News services !& No PTY
 Pop music
 Politics and current affairs
 Rock music
 Special word programme
 Science
"! Learning and further education
 !  Light music
 Radio plays and literature
  Classical music
"!" Culture, church and society
 & Easy listening
# Light entertainment
! Sport
! Special music programmes
$! Weather report
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: FM 87.5 MHz - 108 MHz
MW 531 kHz - 1620 kHz
LW 153 kHz - 282 kHz
SW 5800 kHz - 6250 kHz
)UHTXHQF\UDQJH : 20 Hz - 20 kHz for CD operation
30 Hz - 15 kHz for FM
50 Hz - 2.5 kHz for MW, LW, SW
2XWSXWSRZHU : 4 x 18 Watt
/LQHFURVVVHFWLRQ : min. 0.75 mm²
/RXGVSHDNHULPSHGDQFH : min. 4 Ω
/LQHRXW : 4 x analogue line out (Va max 3Veff at 10 kΩ)
*$/ : In order to utilise the GAL, a square wave voltage
with an amplitude of +4 V - +12 V relative to earth, must be available from the electronic
speedometer of the vehicle. The adjustment is performed in 7 steps of 2.5 dB.
$HULDO : Impedance 50 Ω
$)WHOHSKRQHLQSXW : Max. input voltage 8 V (if interference occurs, a commercially available 1 : 1 transformer
should be connected into the signal cable).
$8;LQSXW : 16 kΩ input impedance, max. input voltage 1.7 Veff
7HOHSKRQHPXWH : Low active level < 2 Volt
6XSSO\YROWDJH : 12 V
&'FRQQHFWLRQ : The Becker Silverstone 2630 and Silverstone 2660 CD changers can be connected.
3OD\DEOH&'V : Only CDs which conform to DIN EN 60908 may be used.
The use of 8 cm CDs with adapter is not recommended.

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Dear listener,

In conformance with current EC guidelines, any person may operate this radio receiver.

This unit conforms to the current valid European or harmonised national regulations. The designation
is your guarantee of conformance to the applicable specifications concerning electromagnetic compat-
ibility for the unit. This means that interference affecting other electrical/electronic devices caused by
your unit, as well as interfering influences on your unit from other electrical/electronic devices, can be
largely prevented.

Current valid designations are:

 &(V\PERO for issue according to European


guideline 89/336/EEC under application
of the following standards: EN 55013
EN 55020

 HV\PEROaccording to European motor vehicle


EMC guideline 95/54/EU, also permits operation in
motor vehicles (classes M, N and O) which received
their type approval after 1st January 1996.

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