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SCC 3400 RDS


SCC 3460 RDS

Nachtrag zur Bedienunganleitung


Zusatzanschlsse

DEUTSCH

Messerkontakte C. CD-Wechsler- bzw. AUX-Anschluss:


7 10

1 4

9 12

3 6
2 5

C 1/2 LINE OUT hinten links/rechts

13 16 19

8 11

C3

15 18
14 17 20

Masse

C 4/5 LINE OUT vorne links/rechts


C 13

CD-Bus-Steuerleitung, ist fr AUX-Betrieb mit C 15 zu verbinden.

C 15

CD-Bus-Masse.

C 16

Versorgungsspannung +12 V fr CD-Wechsler.

C 17

Schaltspannung fr CD-Wechsler.

C 18

CD-NF-Masse bzw. AUX-NF-Masse.

C 19

CD-NF links bzw. AUX-NF-links.

C 20

CD-NF-rechts bzw. AUX-NF-rechts.

C 7

Nur fr Servicezwecke.

C 9

Nur fr Servicezwecke.

10 A

Hinweis:
Die Anschlsse C 7 und C 9 drfen nicht beschaltet werden.
Um die Lineausgnge mit Cinch-Kabeln zu verbinden wird der Line-Adapter
416 bentigt. Diesen erhalten Sie bei Ihrem Grundig CAR AUDIO Fachhndler!

Additional connections

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Flat pin connectors C. CD changer/AUX connection:


7 10

1 4

9 12

3 6
2 5

8 11

C 1/2 LINE OUT back left/right

13 16 19

C3

15 18
14 17 20

Ground

C 4/5 LINE OUT front left/right


C 13

CD bus control line, for AUX operation connect to C 15.

C 15

CD bus ground.

C 16

+12 V supply voltage for CD changer.

C 17

Switching voltage for CD changer.

C 18

CD-NF ground/AUX-NF ground.

C 19

CD-NF left/AUX-NF left.

C 20

CD-NF right/AUX-NF right.

C 7

Only for service.

C 9

Only for service.

10 A

Note:
C 7 and C 9 may not be connected.

Grundig AG

Beuthener Str. 41

D-90471 Nrnberg

http://www.grundig.com

096249811500

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CONTENTS ____________________________________________
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CAR AUDIO SCC 3400/3460 RDS


Packing contents
Special features of your device

6
7

Safety instructions
Overview
Controls
Display

Basic functions
Switching on and off
Volume and tone settings

11

Radio (Tuner) mode


Selecting the RADIO input source
Standby mode for radio traffic news (Traffic Program)
Alternative frequencies (AF)
Intelligent search (IS)
Tuning to RDS stations with station search
Manual station search
Saving stations using the preset buttons
Selecting preset stations
Programme types (PTY)
PTY function
Assigning the PTY programme buttons

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Cassette (Tape) mode SCC 3400 RDS


Selecting the TAPE input source
Drive functions

Cassette (Tape) mode SCC 3460 RDS


Selecting the TAPE input source
Drive functions

21

CD mode with CD changer


Selecting the CD input source
Selecting a CD
CD playback functions
Errors in CD changer mode
CD or DAT player connections

CONTENTS ____________________________________________
22

Expert level
Optional EXPERT settings
Changing EXPERT settings
The individual settings

25

Coding
Activating coding
Deactivating coding
Renewed operation
Waiting times

28

Fitting and removing the device


Fitting the mounting frame and the device, connecting the antenna
Fuse
Power supply
Loudspeakers

Information
Radio reception conditions
Cleaning
Troubleshooting
Technical data
GRUNDIG Service

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CAR AUDIO SCC 3400/3460 RDS __


Packing contents
1 CAR AUDIO SCC 3400/460 RDS
2 Case for detachable control unit

Model Type
Serial No.
Code No.
Die Identity Card dient als Eigentumsnachweis mit individuellem Sicherheitscode und erleichtert bei Verlust des Gertes die Schadensabwicklung.
Vor fremdem Zugriff schtzen.
The identity card serves as evidence of ownership with individual
security code and facilitates the settlement in the case of theft of the unit.
Keep the document safe.

3 Identity Card
4 DSS (Double Security System) sticker

DOUBLE SECURITY SYSTEM

5 Mounting frame

CODE

6 Two removal hooks

CAR AUDIO
SCC 3460 RDS

7 Operating manual

The GRUNDIG environmental initiative


GRUNDIG has used no plastics for the packaging of your device.
The packaging consists entirely of cardboard or paper and can be
disposed of for waste paper recycling.

Special features of your device

Model Type
Serial No.
Code No.
Die Identity Card dient als Eigentumsnachweis mit individuellem Sicherheitscode und erleichtert bei Verlust des Gertes die Schadensabwicklung.
Vor fremdem Zugriff schtzen.
The identity card serves as evidence of ownership with individual
security code and facilitates the settlement in the case of theft of the unit.
Keep the document safe.

Your SCC 3400 or 3460 employs two anti-theft systems: coding


and the detachable control unit.
Your devices Identity Card contains its type, serial number and
code number for the coding function. The serial number is also
stamped on the device frame.
If the device is lost or stolen, the Identity Card helps the police in
their investigations and provides proof of ownership for insurance
claims.
Note:
Always keep the Identity Card somewhere where only you have
access to it.

DOUBLE SECURITY SYSTEM

CODE

If you lose the Identity Card with the code number, the coding
can only be deactivated by an authorised dealer, who will
demand proof of ownership and charge a fee.
Attach the Code sticker to the windscreen so that it is clearly visible
that the device has no value to thieves.

Coding
If the device is coded and then disconnected from the car battery (or
from the continuous positive terminal 30) it is electronically secure.

CAR AUDIO SCC 3400/3460 RDS ________________


Only you can switch the device on again by entering the code
number. For instructions see the Coding section starting on page
25.

Detaching and attaching the control unit


In addition to coding you can also detach the control unit. This
makes the device useless for thieves. If you detach the control unit
while the device is on, it switches itself off.
symbol above the words
Hold the control unit and press the
SECURITY PANEL. This releases the control unit so that it can be
detached.
Always keep the control unit in its case when it is detached. If you
lose the control unit it can be replaced for a fee on production of
proof of ownership, such as the Identity Card. Please contact your
specialist dealer.
To use the device again push the control unit into its recess until it
latches in.

Security LED
Provided the device is correctly connected (see page 29), the
Security LED flashes when you switch off the device and the key is
not in the ignition switch. To deactivate the LED see the instructions
on page 23 in the EXPERT level section.

Extended functions (EXPERT)


Press the EXP button to select the special operating level which
allows you to use functions which beyond the basic range of settings
(see page 22).

Using a car phone

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PHONE

You can use the device with a car phone or radio telephone. When
you are using a car phone or radio telephone the device is then
muted. PHONE appears in the display. See the instructions on
page 24 in the EXPERT level section and on page 29, A 2.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS______________________
Fitting the device
We recommend that you have your device fitted by a specialist in
order to guarantee trouble-free operation. Installation instructions
can be found starting on page 29.

Road safety
Familiarise yourself with the various functions of the device before
you use it while driving.
Excessive volume can be dangerous to yourself and other road
users. Therefore set the volume so that you can still hear outside
noises such as car horns and police sirens. Set the volume using the
VOLUME knob.
Traffic announcements may be considerably louder than normal
playback. See also page 24 in the EXPERT level section.

OVERVIEW ____________________________________________
Controls

General
IO

On/off.

VOLUME

Volume control knob.

SOUND/LOUD Pressed briefly: FADER, BASS, TREBLE and


BALANCE sound settings. Pressed longer:
Loudness function.
SOURCE

Selects RADIO or CD as the input source.

<>

Forward/back buttons.

Unlocks the control unit.

RADIO/PTY

Pressed briefly: RADIO input source, selects the


frequency band (FM, AM). Pressed longer: PTY
function.

IS/EXP

Pressed briefly: Intelligent station search.


Pressed longer: EXPERT level (advanced
functions, custom settings).

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Radio mode

OVERVIEW

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<>

Station selection, manual tuning, selecting


programme types (PTY).

TP/AF

Pressed briefly: Standby mode for radio traffic


news.
Pressed longer: Selecting alternative
frequencies.

1, 2, 3, 4

Preset buttons for storing various programme


types and stations.

Cassette mode SCC 3400 RDS

Changes the side of the tape.

ym

Fast forward and rewind.

Ejects the tape.

Cassette mode SCC 3460 RDS

Changes the side of the tape.

<>

Fast forward and rewind, back to the beginning


of the track/forward to the start of the next
track.

Ejects the tape.

CD mode with CD changer

SCAN

Plays the introductions of CD tracks.

RAND

Plays CD tracks in random order.

DISC+/DISC-

CD selection with connected CD changer.

OVERVIEW

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Display

ANTENNE

! TP AF PTY

M1

M2

M3

M4

Display for input sources (RADIO, CD, AUX) and


settings
e.g. FM 2

FM band (1-3).

e.g. FM 87 50

FM band, frequency.

e.g. AM

AM band.

e.g. ANTENNE

Station name.

e.g. TAPE A/B

Cassette function.

e.g. EXPERT

EXPERT level.

Stereo reception.

TP

Standby mode for traffic news is activated.

AF

Alternative frequencies are activated.

PTY

PTY function is activated.

M 1, 2, 3, 4

Preset button number of the selected station 1,


2, 3, 4.

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Symbols and abbreviations

BASIC FUNCTIONS ______________________________


Switching on and off
1 To switch on and off press IO.
Note:
If the device is switched on while the ignition is on, it then
switches off with the ignition and then on again, provided the
A 4 contact is connected to terminal 15 of the vehicle (see
page 29). To deactivate this function see page 24, EXPERT level.
If the ignition is off, the device automatically switches off after
an hour to avoid running down the battery. See also page 29,
A 4.
Caution:
When the radio is switched on the automatic antenna extends!
Therefore switch off the device before entering a car wash!

Volume and tone settings


Setting the volume

VOL

10

1 Turn the VOLUME knob.


The display shows the set volume (Scale 00 to 46).

Tone settings
The following applies to FADER, BASS, TREBLE and BALANCE:

FAD F-- R
BASS

00

TREB

00

BAL L-- R

10

1 Press SOUND until the function is selected.


FADER enables you to balance the volume between the front
and rear loudspeakers.
BASS changes the bass setting (Scale -14 to +14).
TREBLE changes the treble setting. (Scale -14 to +14).
BALANCE enables you to balance the volume between the left
and right loudspeakers.

BASIC FUNCTIONS __________________________________

BASS +0 9

2 Once you have selected the function you require, set the level
using the VOLUME knob.
Display: Bass level raised by +09.

RADIO

3 To finish the setting keep pressing the SOUND button until


the selected station appears in the display.

N1

Note:
After approximately six seconds the device quits the selected
function (FADER, BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE) automatically.

Loudness
The LOUD (Loudness) function raises the bass and treble levels to
improve the sound at low volumes.

ON

LOUD OF F

2 Press LOUD again.


The function is deactivated.

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LOUD

1 Press LOUD until you hear a signal.


Loudness is activated.

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RADIO (TUNER) MODE _______________________


Selecting the RADIO input source

EN ER GY

1 Press IO to switch on the device.


If the device was in RADIO mode when it was last switched
off, you will hear the last station selected when you switch it on
again.
2 If the device is in CD mode, press the RADIO button to switch
to Tuner mode.
You will hear the station last selected.
3 In CD mode you can also press the SOURCE button to switch
to RADIO mode.

Selecting the frequency band

FM 3
AM

15 3

1 FM (VHF) band: Keep pressing the RADIO button until you


see the required frequency band in the display.
Display: FM 1, FM 2 or FM 3.
2 AM band: Keep pressing the RADIO button until you see
AM in the display, followed by the current frequency.
Note:
You do not need to switch between long wave and medium
wave since they are considered as a single reception band.
When you select a frequency band you will hear the last station
selected in that band. When you switch the device on you will
hear the last selected input source, and in RADIO mode you will
hear the station you were last listening to in the selected band
(Last Station memory function).

If you are listening to a stereo station you will see the !


symbol in the display.

Standby mode for radio traffic news (Traffic


Program)
Activating and deactivating the TP function
1 To activate the Traffic Programme function, press TP once
briefly.
Traffic news standby is activated. Display: TP.
TP

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Note:
If you are tuned to a station which does not broadcast traffic
news, the device automatically searches for the next station
which does.
If the TP function is activated, CD mode is also interrupted for
traffic news.

RADIO (TUNER) MODE ______________________________


2 To deactivate the TP function press the TP button once briefly.
Traffic news standby is deactivated.
TP disappears from the display.

Additional TP functions
1 To interrupt the current traffic news briefly press the TP
button.
The device remains in standby mode for the next
announcement.
2 You can preselect the volume for all traffic announcements. This
setting can be found in the EXPERT level: see page 24.

VOL

00

3 If you only want to hear traffic news, press TP to activate the


TP function and then turn the VOLUME knob to zero.

Alternative frequencies (AF)

AF

If you are listening to an RDS (Radio Data System) station which


broadcasts on several different frequencies, the car radio automatically switches to the frequency with the best reception. The AF
function is activated by default.
Note:
In areas with very poor reception there may be long pauses
while the radio attempts to find a better frequency. If this is the
case you can deactivate the AF function.

Activating and deactivating the AF function


1 Press AF until you hear a signal.
The function is deactivated.
AF disappears from the display.
2 To reactivate the function repeat this procedure.
AF reappears in the display.
Note:
You can only activate or deactivate the AF function for stations
which broadcast an RDS signal.
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AF

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RADIO (TUNER) MODE ______________________________


There are three ways to search for stations: intelligent search (IS), RDS
(Radio Data System) search and manual station search.

Intelligent search (IS)


The intelligent search first stores RDS (Radio Data System) stations,
followed by the other stations in order of signal strength. When the
IS search is completed up to 30 stations are stored. You will hear the
station with the best reception.

Selecting the frequency band

FM 2

1 Press the RADIO button.


Display: FM 1, FM 2 or FM 3.

Starting the search

IS -IS

87 90

1 Briefly press IS.


Display: briefly IS - -, then IS 87 90. The frequency
display automatically runs forwards.
Note:
Always wait until the end of the intelligent search.
If no reception is possible, for example in an underground car
park or if the antenna is faulty or retracted, the search may
continue without stopping. In this case you can stop the search
by pressing one of the station buttons 1, 2, 3, 4.

Viewing the IS memory

IS

SCA N

1 Once the IS search is complete, press < or > to select the


station you want to hear.

Exiting the IS function

IS -IS

14

OF F

2 Press < or > until you hear a signal.


Display: briefly IS - -, then IS OFF.
The function is deactivated.

RADIO (TUNER) MODE ______________________________


Tuning to RDS stations with station search
1 Press RADIO to select the frequency band.
Display: FM 1, FM 2, FM 3 or AM.

FM 3

Note:
To start a search in the FM band the IS function must be
deactivated. To do this, press < or > until you hear the
signal.
Display: briefly IS - -, then IS OFF.

FM

99 4 0

RADIO

N1

2 Briefly press < or > to start the search in the direction you
require.
3 If a station with a name code is found, this will appear in the
display.
Note:
To store the selected station on one of the preset buttons, see the
instructions on page 15.
The search in the FM bands uses two sensitivity levels. The first
cycle looks for stations with strong signals (local stations), while
the second cycle looks for stations with weaker signals (remote
reception).

Manual station search

MAN 92 90

1 Press RADIO to select the frequency band.


Display: FM 1, FM 2, FM 3 or AM.
2 Press < or > until you hear two signals.
The manual station search is selected.
3 Hold down < or > for fast tuning. Press > once to
increase the FM frequency by 50 kHz. Press < to lower the
frequency by the same amount.
Note:
To store the selected station on one of the preset buttons, see the
instructions on page 15.
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FM 3

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RADIO (TUNER) MODE ______________________________


4 Briefly press RADIO.
The search function is deactivated.
Note:
After approximately 60 seconds the manual search ends
automatically.

Saving stations using the preset buttons


The preset buttons 1, 2, 3, 4 let you store four stations on
each level of the FM band (1-3). This means that twelve stations can
be preset in the FM band.
1 Press RADIO to select the frequency band.

FM 3

2 Use the intelligent search (IS), the RDS search or the manual
search to tune to the required station.

M3

Note:
If the station you are listening to is already assigned to a preset
button, its number will appear in the display, for example M3
for preset station 3.
3 To store the station, press 1, 2, 3 or 4 until you hear
the signal.
The station has now been stored.

Selecting preset stations


1 Press RADIO to select the frequency band, for example FM
3.

ENERGY

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2 Briefly press 1, 2, 3 or 4.
You will hear the preset station, for example ENERGY.
Note:
The stations remain assigned to the preset buttons even if the
device is disconnected from the power supply.

RADIO (TUNER) MODE ______________________________


Programme types (PTY)

NEWS
AFFAIRS
INFO
SPORT
EDUCATE
DRAMA
CULTURE
SCIENCE
VARIED
POP
ROCK M
EASY M
LIGHT M
CLASSICS
OTHER M
WEATHER
FINANCE
CHILDREN
SOCIAL A
RELIGION
PHONE N
TRAVEL
LEISURE
JAZZ
COUNTRY
NATIONAL
OLDIES
FOLK M
DOCU
NO PTY

News programmes
Politics and current affairs
Special talk-based programmes
Sports programmes
Educational programmes
Radio plays and literature
Culture, church and society
Science programmes
Entertainment
Pop music (hit parade)
Rock music
Easy listening
Light music
Serious classical music
Other types of music programme
Weather reports
Business news
Childrens programmes
Social information
Religious and philosophical programmes
Phone-in programmes
Tourist information
Leisure and hobby programmes
Jazz music
Country music
National programmes
Golden oldies
Folk music
Documentaries
No programme type code

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Many FM stations provide the Programme Type (PTY) service.


During a news programme, for example, a station may broadcasts
the NEWS identification code. The PTY function enables you to
automatically tune to stations broadcasting a particular type of
programme, for example POP. The programme type information
broadcast by a station can change according to the current
programme.

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RADIO (TUNER) MODE ______________________________


Searching for programme types
There are two search methods for selecting a programme type. By
default, the preset buttons 1, 2, 3 and 4 are assigned to
four programme types: 1 NEWS, 2 SPORT, 3 POP and 4
CLASSICS. You can change these default settings according to your
preferences. However, you can also select a programme type from
the stored list (page 16) and search for a station using the PTY
function.

PTY function
Activating PTY

PTY
VA RI ED
PTY 87 90

1 Press PTY until you hear the signal.


Display: briefly PTY, then the most recently selected
programme type. The PTY symbol appears.
2 Use the 1, 2, 3 or 4 buttons to select the programme
type you want to hear, for example 3 POP.
PTY automatically locates the next station which is broadcasting that type of programme.
Display: briefly POP, then the name of the station
or

POP

EN ER GY

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1 Keep pressing < or > until the programme type you want to
listen to appears in the display.
2 Press < or > until you hear a signal.
PTY locates the next station which is broadcasting that type of
programme.
Display: briefly POP, then the name of the station.
Note:
If no station is broadcasting the selected programme type you
will hear the last station you selected and the PTY function is
deactivated.

RADIO (TUNER) MODE ______________________________


Deactivating PTY
1 Briefly press PTY.
Display: The PTY symbol disappears.
The PTY function is deactivated.
Note:
After approximately 10 seconds the PTY function ends automatically.

Assigning the PTY programme buttons

NEWS
CLA SSI CS

1 Press PTY until you hear the signal.


Display: briefly PTY, then for example NEWS.

2 Keep pressing < or > until you see the programme type
you want in the display.
3 Press the preset button, for example 1 until you hear the
signal.
The preset button is now assigned to the programme type.

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PTY

Although the preset buttons are delivered with four preset programme types, you can use them for other programme types:

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CASSETTE (TAPE) MODE ____________


With the SCC 3400 RDS
Selecting the TAPE input source
1 Insert a tape into the compartment.

TA PE A
TA PE A

Display: TAPE A or TAPE B


or
1 In RADIO mode and with a tape already inserted:
Press SOURCE.

Drive functions
Changing the side of the tape
1 Press p and simultaneously.

TA PE B

Display: TAPE A changes to TAPE B or vice versa.

Fast forward and rewind


1 Press y or m until the key latches in.

TA PE FF

Display: TAPE FF (fast forward) or TAPE FR (rewind).


2 To stop the fast forward or rewind function gently press the
protruding button.

Ending tape mode


1 Push right in.
The tape is ejected.
Note:
Before you switch off the device, always press to eject the
tape. This protects the cassette.
The device is best suited to chrome dioxide (CR) cassettes.
Tape playback is interrupted for traffic bulletins if the traffic
news standby function is activated. To switch off this function
press TP.

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CASSETTE (TAPE) MODE ____________


With the SCC 3460 RDS
Selecting the TAPE input source
1 Insert a tape into the compartment.

TA PE A
TA PE A

Display: TAPE A or TAPE B


- or 2 In RADIO mode and with a tape already inserted:
Press SOURCE.

Drive functions
Changing the side of the tape

TA PE B

1 Briefly press .
Display: TAPE A changes to TAPE B or vice versa.

Fast forward and rewind


1 Press and hold down > or <.

TA PE FF

Display: TAPE FF (fast forward) or TAPE FR (rewind).


2 To interrupt fast forward or rewind, briefly press > or <.

Selecting and repeating tracks

+1

APF

+3

APF

-1

1 Briefly press >.


Playback skips to the beginning of the next track.
2 Press > repeatedly.
Playback skips forward several tracks.
3 Briefly press <.
Playback skips back to the beginning of the current track.
4 Press < repeatedly.
Playback skips back several tracks.
Note:
You can only select or repeat tracks if there are sufficient pauses
(approximately two seconds) between the individual tracks on
the tape.

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APF

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CASSETTE (TAPE) MODE __________________


Ending tape mode
1 Briefly press SOURCE or RADIO.
The device switches to RADIO mode.

RADIO

N1

Display: e.g. TAPE A changes to RADIO N1.


2 Press and hold down .
The tape is ejected.
Note:
Before you switch off the device, always press to eject the
tape. This protects the cassette.
The device is best suited to chrome dioxide (CR) cassettes.
Tape playback is interrupted for traffic bulletins if the traffic
news standby function is activated. To switch off this function
press TP.

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CD MODE WITH CD CHANGER ________


Selecting the CD input source

DISC 01

1 Briefly press SOURCE.

Selecting a CD

DISC 06

1 Keep pressing DISC + or DISC - until you see the number


of the CD you want to hear in the display.

CD playback functions
Selecting and repeating tracks

T02 00 00

1 Press the > button.


Playback starts at the next track.
2 Press <.
Playback starts at the previous track or repeats the current
track.

T09 00 00

3 Keep pressing < or > until the number of the track you
want to hear appears in the display.

Fast forward and rewind


1 To fast forward press and hold down >. You can hear the
tracks at fast speed and reduced volume.
2 To rewind press and hold down <.

Playing the introductions of tracks on the CD

ON

SCAN OF F
RND

ON

RND

OF F

2 To play the current track to the end, briefly press SCAN.

Playing the tracks on the CD in random order


1 Briefly press RAND.
The function is activated.
2 To end the function, briefly press RAND.

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SCAN

1 Briefly press SCAN.


The first 10 seconds of the track are played.
Display: briefly SCAN ON, then for example T07 00 00.

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CD MODE WITH CD CHANGER

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Switching traffic news standby mode on and off


1 Briefly press TP.
TP appears in the display.
Traffic news standby is activated.

TP

2 Briefly press TP.


TP disappears from the display.
Traffic news standby is deactivated.

Ending CD mode
1 Briefly press RADIO or SOURCE.
You can now hear the radio.Errors

in CD changer

mode
Please note any error messages which may appear in the display.
You must also read the CD changer operating manual.

MAGAZIN E

MAGAZINE

The CD magazine is missing or not latched in.

MECHANIC

CD changer mechanical error.

NO CD

The CD magazine is empty.

NO COMMU

There is no connection between the radio and the


CD.

SURFACE

The CD is incorrectly inserted or there is a data


transmission error.

TOO HOT

The CD changer is overheated.

CD or DAT player connections


If you are not using a GRUNDIG CD changer, you can also connect
other CD or DAT (Digital Audio Tape) players to the car radio using
a GRUNDIG CDP adapter, which is available as an accessory.

AUX

1 Keep pressing SOURCE until AUX appears in the display


(only if a CDP Adapter is connected).
Note:
You must operate the connected devices themselves. See the
relevant operating manuals.
Playback is interrupted during radio traffic news.

Interrupting radio traffic news


See above (radio traffic news).

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EXPERT LEVEL _______________________________________


To make the use of the device as simple as possible, a number of
custom settings which are only required once or very occasionally
are located on a special operating level (EXPERT).

Optional EXPERT settings


Code settings (CODE/SAFE).
Display contrast (DISPL 00).
Security LED on/off (BLK OFF/ON).
Signal tone on/off (BEEP OFF/ON).
Deactivate AM band (AM OFF/ON).
Automatic traffic news search on/off (TP-IS OFF/ON).
Automatic change of regional stations on/off (REG OFF/ON).
Switching on and off with ignition (IGN OFF/ON).
Muting in car phone mode (PHONE OFF/ON).
Input sensitivity in CD or DAT mode (MCD).
Volume limit after switching on (ONVOL 00).
Minimum volume for traffic news (TRVOL 00).

Changing EXPERT settings

EXPERT
ONVOL

12

1 To enter expert level keep pressing EXP until you hear the
signal.
2 Press < and > to select the required EXPERT setting (see
above), for example volume limit on switching on.
3 To activate it, briefly press the EXP button.
Display: ONVOL 12 flashes and you can hear the selected
station at the selected volume.

ONVOL

10

10

4 Press < or > to select the required volume. Press the < or
> buttons to increase or decrease the value incrementally, or
hold them down for a rapid run-through.
5 Briefly press EXP to conclude the setting.
Display: ONVOL 10 ceases to flash.
6 To select the next setting repeat steps 2 to 5.
7 To quit expert level keep pressing EXP until you hear the
signal.
ENGLISH

ONVOL

25

EXPERT LEVEL _________________________________________


The individual settings
Code settings. See the detailed instructions starting on page 25.
Coding is deactivated.
Coding is activated.

CODE
SAFE
DISPL

07

BLK

ON

BLK

OF F

BEEP

ON

BEEP OF F
AM

ON

AM

OF F

TP-IS

ON

TP-IS OF F

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REG

ON

REG

OF F

Display contrast.
Display: Scale 00 to 60.

Security LED on/off.


The security LED flashes if the device is off and so is the
ignition.
The security LED does not flash.

Signal tone on/off.


A signal tone confirms functions.
Functions are confirmed by a
loudspeakers.

brief

muting

of

the

AM band on/off
The AM band can be selected by pressing RADIO.
The AM band cannot be selected. The radio can only be used
in FM mode.
Automatic traffic news search on/off.
When leaving the reception area for the traffic news station you are
currently listening.
An automatic traffic news search takes place.
No automatic traffic news search takes place.
Automatic change of regional stations on/off.
If an RDS station offers various local programmes, the device
switches to the regional station available in the current reception
area.
Automatic change of regional stations is possible.
No automatic change of regional programmes.

EXPERT LEVEL _________________________________________

IGN

ON

IGN

OF F

PHONE

ON

PHONE OF F

Switching on and off with ignition.


The car radio can be switched on and off with the vehicle
ignition.
The device can only be switched on and off by pressing IO.
Note:
In this case the A 4 contact (see page 30) must be connected to
terminal 15 of the vehicle.
Muting in car phone mode.
Muting of the car radio is activated.
Muting is deactivated.
Note:
In this case the telephone mute signal must be connected.

MCD

LO W

MCD

MID

Input sensitivity for CD or DAT operation and for adapting to a CD


changer.
Low.
Medium.
High.

MCD HI G H

Note:
In this case one of the sources named above must be connected.

ONVOL

--

ONVOL

20

Volume limit after switching on.


No limit.
Maximum volume, e.g. 20.
Display: Scale 00 to 46.
Note:
The volume is only limited if it was higher than the value set here
when you switched off the device.

16

Note:
While you are making this setting the car radio plays at the
selected volume for traffic news.
ENGLISH

TAVOL

Minimum volume for traffic news.


Display: Scale 05 to 46.

27

CODING ________________________________________________
The code number for the device can be found on the identity card.
Coding is not activated by default. If you activate coding, the device
is electronically locked as soon as it is disconnected from the vehicle
battery or the continuous positive terminal 30. It can only be
switched on again if the code number is re-entered. See also the
setting on page 23 in the EXPERT level section.

EXPERT
CODE
----

Activating coding
1 Select EXPERT level.
2 Press < or > to select CODE in the display.
3 Briefly press EXP .
Display: - - - - flashes.
4 Enter the code number (a) using < and > or (b) using the
station buttons 1, 2, 3, 4.
a) Hold down < or > for fast selection.
b) Using the station buttons:
Example: Code number 1703
1
Press briefly once
1 - - -

SAFE

Press briefly seven times

1 7 - -

Press briefly ten times

1 7 0 -

Press briefly three times

1 7 0 3

5 Briefly press EXP to confirm.


Coding is activated.
6 To quit EXPERT level hold down EXP until you hear the signal.

Deactivating coding

SAFE

28

1 If, for example, you want to remove the device, select EXPERT
level and select SAFE on the display.

CODING _______________________________________________
2 Briefly press EXP to activate the setting.
Display: 1 - - - - flashes.

1- --CODE

3 Enter the code number using < and > or using the station
buttons 1, 2, 3, 4.
4 To confirm the setting, press EXP until CODE appears in the
display.
Coding is deactivated.
Note:
If you enter an incorrect code number SAFE remains in the
display and the radio cannot be switched on. Start again,
taking note of the waiting time between attempts. See page 27
for information on waiting times.

Renewed operation
If you activate coding, the device is electronically locked as soon as
it is disconnected from the vehicle battery or the continuous positive
terminal 30, which may be the case if the car has been in the
garage for repairs. To use the radio again you must first enter the
code.

1-- -SAFE

1 Switch on the car radio.


Display: temporarily SAFE, then 1 - - - -.
1 shows the number of attempts at entering the code.
2 Enter the code number using < and > or using the station
buttons 1, 2, 3, 4 (as described on page 26).
3 To confirm, press EXP until SAFE briefly appears in the
display.
The radio switches on.
Note:
If you enter an incorrect code number SAFE remains in the
display. Start again, taking note of the waiting time between
attempts (see page 27).

ENGLISH

SAFE

29

CODING _______________________________________________
Waiting times
In order to prevent unauthorised persons from switching on the
radio and deactivating the coding by trial and error, waiting times
are set between attempted code entries. During these times the
device can be switched on and off, but it will not work.
The device does not need to be switched on during the waiting time,
but it does need to be connected to the permanent + 12 V supply.
SAFE in the display means that the waiting time has not yet
elapsed. When the waiting time has elapsed the number of the next
attempt appears in the display, for example 2 - - - -. The
following table shows the waiting times after each attempt:
1. ............................................................21 sec.
2 ...........................................................1.5 min.
3 ...........................................................5.5 min.
4 ............................................................22 min.
5 ............................................................1.5 hrs.
6 ............................................................6.0 hrs.
7 .............................................................24 hrs.
8 .............................................................24 hrs.
Note:
The waiting time is 24 hours for each subsequent attempt. After
the sixth incorrect we recommend that you have your specialist
dealer enter the code.

30

FITTING AND REMOVING _________________


Fitting the mounting frame and the device,
connecting the antenna
Ask your dealer for information on fitting equipment and other
accessories.
1 Fit the mounting frame b in the radio recess a of the vehicle
(Fig. 1) (The illustrations are on page 31).
2 Bend the catch flaps c behind the radio recess a inwards or outwards as necessary depending on the type of vehicle (Fig. 1).
3 Push the device into the fitted mounting frame b as far as it will
go. The device latches in.
Note:
The device is very powerful, which means that it heats up
considerably during operation. You must therefore make sure
that no cables or other parts touch the device. If the insulation
melts it could cause a short circuit or even a fire!
4 To pull out the device insert the two removal hooks d into the
opening in the front panel and push them in as far as they will
go (Fig. 5).
5 Push both hooks outwards and slowly pull out the device
(Fig. 5).
The device is designed for antennas with 75 to 150
impedance. Extended antenna cables, for example for rear
mounting, can impair reception. If necessary use an antenna
adapter (Fig. 2).
1 Fix the antenna adapter or cable in the plastic holder (Figs. 2
and 3).

Fuse

ENGLISH

A 10 A/DIN 72 581 flat fuse is inserted in the device (Fig. 4).

31

FITTING AND REMOVING THE DEVICE ___________


Power supply
Flat pin connectors A (Fig. 4, page 31):
A8

Ground connection (minimum cross-section 2.5 mm2 for


positive and ground connection). Connect to terminal 31
(Ground) of the vehicle.

A7

+12 V operating voltage connection (minimum cross-section


2.5 mm2 for positive and ground connection). Connect to
terminal 30 (continuous positive) of the vehicle.

A6

Connection for instrument lighting. Is connected to A 6


terminal 58 of the vehicle to enable the device illumination
to be controlled together the instrument lights of the vehicle.

A5

+12 V switching voltage output (max. 0.5 A). When the


device is on, the switching voltage is on flat pin contact A 5
and serves to extend and retract the antenna, provides an
operating voltage for the antenna amplifier, etc.

A4

Connection for +12 V ignition voltage. Connect to


terminal 15 of the vehicle if you want the device to switch on
and off with the ignition.

Note:
You do not have to connect A 4. In this case the radio must
always be switched on and off using the IO button, and switches off automatically one hour after the ignition is switched off.
A2

Phone Mute connection. If you are using a connected car


phone, the device is muted and PHONE appears in the
display. See also page 24 in the EXPERT level section.

Note:
A 2 must be grounded from the Mute output of the car
phone/radio phone.

32

FITTING AND REMOVING THE DEVICE ___________


Loudspeakers
Flat pin connector B (Fig. 4, page 31). Maximum output power at 4
louspeakers: 4 x 20 W/4 x 40 W music signal power.

Front loudspeakers
B
B
B
B

3
4
5
6

right +
right left +
left -

Rear loudspeakers
B
B
B
B

1
2
7
8

right +
right left +
left -

Caution:
Do not connect the loudspeaker connections to each other or
ground them! This can damage the device irreparably.

Additional connections
Flat pin connectors C (Fig. 4, page 31). CD changer/AUX
connection:
C 13 CD bus control line, for AUX operation connect to C 15.
C 15 CD bus ground.
C 16 +12 V supply voltage for CD changer.
C 17 Switching voltage for CD changer.
C 18 CD-NF ground/AUX-NF ground.
C 19 CD-NF left/AUX-NF left.
C 20 CD-NF right/AUX-NF right.
C 7

Only for service.

C 9

Only for service.

ENGLISH

Note:
C 7 and C 9 may not be connected.

33

FITTING AND REMOVING THE DEVICE ___________


Fig. 1

a
b
d

Figs. 2/3

Fig. 4

13 16 19
9

15 18
17 20

Fig. 5

d
34

T 10 A

INFORMATION_____________________________________
Radio reception conditions
Reception conditions in the VHF range change all the time during a
journey. Mountains, buildings or bridges can impair reception. This
is especially true when the station is very distant.

Radio Data System (RDS)


RDS is an information system for which most VHF stations transmit
additional signals. With RDS stations, the name of the station
appears as an abbreviation in the display, for example
ANTENNE. RDS stations are broadcast by several transmitters at
different frequencies (alternative frequencies). If an RDS station is
selected the device automatically switches to the alternative
frequency with the best reception, provided one is available.

Enhanced Other Network (EON)


The EON function allows you to hear traffic news, even when you
are listening to another RDS station which does not broadcast its
own traffic news. However, this only works if the RDS broadcaster
you are listening to also provides another RDS station with traffic
news. Standby mode for radio traffic news (TP) must also be
activated.

Cleaning
Only use a soft, anti-static duster to clean the front panel of the
device. Polish and cleaning agents can damage the surface of the
panel.

ENGLISH

The magnetic head of the tape unit must be kept free of tape
particles in order to maintain high-quality playback. You should
therefore clean the magnetic head every 50 to 100 service hours
with a tape cleaning cassette.

35

INFORMATION _______________________________________
Troubleshooting
If a fault occurs, first refer to this information before you take the
device for repair.
If you are unable to rectify the fault using the information given
here, contact your specialist dealer.
Never under any circumstances attempt to repair the device
yourself, as this invalidates the guarantee.

36

Fault

Possible cause

Remedy

The device cannot be


switched on

Control unit not properly


attached
On/Off button pressed too
briefly

Attach the control unit


again
Hold down the On/Off
button longer

The security light


does not flash

The function is not activated

Select the EXPERT settings.


If you can see BLK
OFF in the display, select
BLK ON

Poor radio reception

You are in an area with poor


reception conditions

Wait until conditions


improve

Frequent loss of radio AF function is working in an


reception
area with poor reception

Deactivate AF function

Not all loudspeakers


work

Incorrect BALANCE and


FADER settings

Check settings and


change if necessary

CD changer does not


work

The CD magazine is missing


or not latched in
Mechanical fault
CD magazine empty
Radio-CD connection
interrupted
CD incorrectly inserted
CD changer overheated

Note the error messages


in the display
Read the CD changer
operating manual

INFORMATION _______________________________________
Technical data
The device complies with the EMC protection standards (EC
directive 89/336 EEC, 92/31 EEC and 93/68 EEC) according to
the EN 55013 and EN 55020 norms.

GRUNDIG Service
GRUNDIG
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D-13509 Berlin
+49/30-4 38 03-21

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Deltapark, Weihoek 3, Unit
3G
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Herts, WD6 1RX
GB Grobritannien/
Great Britain
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Technical Service
Unit 35, Woodside Park,
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Edificio Muntadas (Mas Blau)
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Ges.m.b.H.
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A-1120 Wien
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Glynitveien 25, Postboks 234
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Joan Muyskenweg 22
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+31/20-5 68 15 68

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Lejrvej 19
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Via G.B. Trener, 8
I-38100 Trento
+39/4 61-89 31 11

ENGLISH

GRUNDIG
Kundendienst Nord
Kolumbusstrae 14
D-22113 Hamburg
+49/40-7 33 31-0

37

Grundig AG

Beuthener Str. 41 D-90471 Nrnberg http://www.grundig.com

18404-941.4100

Nachtrag zur Bedienunganleitung


Zusatzanschlsse

DEUTSCH

Messerkontakte C. CD-Wechsler- bzw. AUX-Anschluss:


7 10

1 4

9 12

3 6
2 5

C 1/2 LINE OUT hinten links/rechts

13 16 19

8 11

C3

15 18
14 17 20

Masse

C 4/5 LINE OUT vorne links/rechts


C 13

CD-Bus-Steuerleitung, ist fr AUX-Betrieb mit C 15 zu verbinden.

C 15

CD-Bus-Masse.

C 16

Versorgungsspannung +12 V fr CD-Wechsler.

C 17

Schaltspannung fr CD-Wechsler.

C 18

CD-NF-Masse bzw. AUX-NF-Masse.

C 19

CD-NF links bzw. AUX-NF-links.

C 20

CD-NF-rechts bzw. AUX-NF-rechts.

C 7

Nur fr Servicezwecke.

C 9

Nur fr Servicezwecke.

10 A

Hinweis:
Die Anschlsse C 7 und C 9 drfen nicht beschaltet werden.
Um die Lineausgnge mit Cinch-Kabeln zu verbinden wird der Line-Adapter
416 bentigt. Diesen erhalten Sie bei Ihrem Grundig CAR AUDIO Fachhndler!

Additional connections

ENGLISH

Flat pin connectors C. CD changer/AUX connection:


7 10

1 4

9 12

3 6
2 5

8 11

C 1/2 LINE OUT back left/right

13 16 19

C3

15 18
14 17 20

Ground

C 4/5 LINE OUT front left/right


C 13

CD bus control line, for AUX operation connect to C 15.

C 15

CD bus ground.

C 16

+12 V supply voltage for CD changer.

C 17

Switching voltage for CD changer.

C 18

CD-NF ground/AUX-NF ground.

C 19

CD-NF left/AUX-NF left.

C 20

CD-NF right/AUX-NF right.

C 7

Only for service.

C 9

Only for service.

10 A

Note:
C 7 and C 9 may not be connected.

Grundig AG

Beuthener Str. 41

D-90471 Nrnberg

http://www.grundig.com

096249811500

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