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Concert Sound System

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G)- Station buttonsfor 1 2 FMand 6 AM @ - FM 1 button: @ - Dolby® button:


stations . • . . . . . . • • • . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 FM waveband . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . 7 When playing cassettes recorded
- CD selection button ... .... 15 with Dolby®, press this button. 13
{[Y - FM 2 button:
® - AS button (Auto Store) ...... 5 FM waveband . • . • . . . . . . . . • • • • • 7 @ - TPS button:
To fast forward to the next
@ - SCAN-button ................ 5 @ - RDS button: . . ... . . . . . . . ... . . 8
song ....................... 14
Title Automatic Play .. 14, 17 Press the RDS button to switch it
on or off. @ - MODE button:
@ - FAD-button (Fade control) . . . 6 Changing modes .... 4, 12, 15
@ - Station search and manual
®- BAL-button (Balance control) 6 tuning buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 @ - RAND button: . .. .. ...... .. 16

® -On I off, @ - Display .................... 10


Random play for CD.Tracks on CD are
played in random order.
Volume control .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Note: The unit is equipped with @ - Cassette slot ............. . 12
an anti-theft system. If the unit
does not work after you switch
@ - Cassette side
it on and the word "SAFE" ap­ change-over button . ...... 12
pears in the display, then the ra­
AC-oo dio is locked up. See page 20 @ - Fast forward and rewind
---,..----- ·- for what to do. buttons .................... 13
- Cassette eject:
(-f) - BASS-button (Bass control) . 7
Press both buttons for longer
@ - TREB-button (Treble control) 7 than 2 seconds • . • . • • • . • • • • . . . 13
- CD Track selection button 16
® - AM button:
AM waveband . • • • • . . . • . . . . . . • . 7
®Dolby noise reduction is manufactured un­
der licence by Dolby Licensing Corporation.
Dolby and the double D symbol are trade­
marks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corpo­
ration.

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OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction Contents Page

This instruction booklet describes the "Concert" radio, the Brief Operating Instructions ........ . .. .... ... ...2
. . . Important information
CD Changer and the BOSE Sound System.
Important Information ...... . . ...................... 3
Operating the radio system Anti-theft coding CD changer
The radio system makes it possible to select between radio,
Radio operation ... . ........... . ...... . .... . ....... 4 when driving The anti-theft coding is an electronic means You can also operate your Audi CD changer*
cassette or CD with the minimum number of controls.
Driving on today's roads demands the full to prevent the radio from being used by un­ via the radio controls.
The CD Changer is "remote controlled" by the radio unit. Cassette player . . . ... . ... ............... . ....... 12 attention of the driver. authorized persons after being removed How to operate the CO-changer is de­
from the vehicle. scribed on page 18.
CD Player ...... . ..... . . . . ...... . .. . .. . ......... 15
The wide range of sophisticated equipment
T he magazine can hold up to 6 discs. details of modern car radios offer not only a If "S AFE" appears in the display after
vast source of entertainment but also im­ switching the radio on, it can then only be
Because of this, a great number of individual tracks are avail­ Anti-theft coding . . ... . .... . . .. ..... . . ... .. . ..... 20 operated again after entering the correct
able for your listening pleasure.
portant information regarding traffic up­
dates, road conditions etc. code - see page 20.
Warranty ....... . ..... . . .. . ........... . . . .... . .. 22
The BOSE Sound System consists mainly of an enlarged But remember, you should only op­ The radio code number and the radio
erate the radio system with its nu­ serial number can be found on the
speaker system for optimum sound quality. Technical Description .. . . . . . ... .. . ...... . .. . . .... 23
merous features when the traffic "Radio Card" next to the table of
The system does not require any special operation. situation really allows. contents at the beginning of this in­
Index .... ....... ................. ............. . 29 struction booklet.
For example, changing a cassette or reading
the song titles on a cassette case when driv­ It is very important that you detach
ing is often the cause of auto accidents. this card and keep it in a safe place
- never keep it in the vehicle. This is
You should also set the volume of your radio the only way to ensure that your ra­ * Available as factory installed equipment. Re­
system so that you can hear signals from dio is useless to thieves. trofitting should be performed by an autho­
other drivers at any time. rized Audi dealership.

I Always give your full attention to


br longer your driving and traffic condi­
I·········· 13 tions!
Please detach the "Radio-Card" and keep it n button 16
in a safe place away from your vehicle. 1
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I ®Dolby noise reduction is manufactured un­
\ der licence by Dolby Licensing Corporation.
I Dolby and the double D symbol are trade­
! marks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corpo­
I ration.
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Radio operation
Storing a station:
This is how to use the AS button: @ - SCAN button
First, select the radio station you want to • Press the AM or FM1 (or FM2) button.
store. Then, press and hold the button long Tap the button (red LED light comes on)- all
enough until the sound goes off. The dis­ • Tap the AS button- AS -S TORE appears available radio stations are shown for eight
play will show the radio frequency and then in the display and the red LED light in the seconds.
the station name (call letters). button comes on. Tap the button again to stop the S CAN. You
If a radio station is stored without RDS func­ The 6 or 12 strongest local AM or FM sta­ can now listen to the radio station that is
tion. then only the radio frequency will ap­ tions are now in memory on button loca­ tuned in.
pear in the display. (RDS function - please tions 1 6 (plus 6 FM stations more in the
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If, in the radio "mode", the station at which
refer to index for more details) second series FM2). The strongest radio the S CAN operation was interrupted is
When a radio station has been correctly station is stored on storage location 1, the stored, the red diode light lights up under
stored, the red LED light in station button second strongest on storage location 2, etc. the station button.
will light up to confirm that the radio station • After completing this storage procedure,
has been stored. the radio automatically selects the stron­
MODE button @) G) - Station buttons To listen to a radio station you've ® - AS button (Auto store)
gest station (storage location 1 ).
Operating mode selection stored, simply touch the station button. By tapping the AS button (i) again, you can
Station buttons The AS function makes it possible to auto­
Use the MODE button to select radio, cas­ matically store the strongest AM or FM ra­ automatically recall these 6 or 12 stored ra­
Twelve FM stations can be preset on these Note dio stations.
sette1 lor CD. dio stations along with the radio stations
six buttons in two series. Press the FM 1 or Press the station button only briefly you've already stored on the station but­
The selection occurs in this sequence: radio • Tap the AS button again, and you can go
the FM 2 button to select which series you otherwise the currently displayed fre­ tons. This is especially useful when you
- cassette- CD - radio etc. want. back to the previous storage level (red LED
quency will be stored. may be on a trip and are no longer within light goes out).
The selected series is indicated in the dis­ range receive one of your "favorite" sta­
play. tions.
Along with the FM stations stored, one AM
station can be assigned to each station but­
ton.
1) Only with a cassette fully inserted

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® - Balance control When the radio is switched on again, the 0 - Bass control @ - FM 1 button
volume previously set comes on automati­ S tarting from the center position (display:
S tarting from the middle position (display: cally. If the volume is too high, you can BAS 0). raise or lower the bas as desired. @ - FM 2 button
BAL O).adjust the left I right speakers as de­ lower it to another setting (see page 10) in
sired. the menu. • Press the BAS S button - "BAS " appears Tap one of these buttons to select the de­
in the display. sired series for the desired radio station but­
• Press the BAL button- "BAL" appears When the radio is switched on, the auto­ tons. The red LED light in the button comes
in the display. matic antenna*, will extend. The frequency • Adjust the tone by turning the controller on as a confirmation.
• Adjust the left I right speakers by turning
tuned in before the radio was last switched ®.
off will be received. The selected level is indicated in the display
the controller ® After5 seconds, the normal display appears by "FM I" or "FM II".
With the ignition switched off, you again.
Aft�r5 seconds, the normal display appears can still turn on the radio for approx. on hour All tuner functions, station search, stations
agam. stored etc. are then related to the FM wave­
by using the rotary button ®. At the end of ® - Treble control band.
one hour, the radio goes off automatically.
® - ON I OFF knob, volume This procedure can be repeated as often as S tarting from the center position (display:
@ - Fader control1 I
control desired TRE 0). raise or lower the treble as desired. @ -AM button
Normally the radio is switched on via the • Press the TREB button - "TREB" ap­ Press this button to select the AM wave­
• Tap the FAD button - "FAD" appears in If the radio does not emit any pears in the display.
ignition key - that is - the radio is controlled sound when it is switched on and band.
the display. by the ignition. If you switch off the ignition
"SAFE" is displayed, it has been • Adjust the tone by turning the control­ The red LED light in the AM button comes
• Adjust the front/ rear speakers by turning while the radio is turned on, the radio shuts ler@ .
off automatically. When you switch on the electronically locked up. See on.
the controller ®. page 20 for instructions.
ignition, the radio comes on again. After5 seconds, the normal display appears All tuner functions, station search, stations
After5 seconds, the normal display appears again. stored etc.are then related to the AM wave­
again. If necessary, the radio can also be switched
on or off by pushing the rotary knob. Volume control
band.
Adjust the volume by turning the
controller ® .

11 On the Audi Ti with BOSE-S OUND-SYSTEM,


FAD OFF will appear in the display. The Fade *where applicable
feature is then de-aktivated.

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M anual tuning <§ -Display Additional functions: Changing the station scan Changing the volume of navigation Hands-free speaker (with
Push the right or left button for longer than S ometime in the display, (see page 1). the sensitivity broadcasts telephone system) left or right11
Speed sensitive volume control
two seconds. It is now possible to select "mode" being operated is shown, for ex­ Press and hold the FM 2 button and turn
the stations manually in the desired direc­ (GALA) • • Press and hold the FM 2 button and turn • Press and hold the FM 2 button and turn
ample: RDS , radio station frequencies, FM on the radio. "GALA" appears in the dis­ on the radio. "GALA" appears in the dis­ on the radio. "GALA" appears in the dis·
tion. Even weaker stations can be set and I or FM II, radio station names (call letters), • Press and hold the FM2 button and turn
stored where the search function does not etc. Each are described in this booklet. play. play. play.
on the radio. "GALA" appears in the dis­
stop. play. • Tap the FM 2 button until "S ENS " ap­ • Tap the FM 2 button until "NAV" appears • Tap the FM 2 button until "TEL" appears
• Press button briefly - frequency setting pears in the display. in the display. in the display.
• Louder = turn the rotary knob ® to the
changes incrementally (increments of right. • OX=turn the rotary knob ® to the right. • Louder= turn rotary knob ® to the right. • R =turn rotary knob ® to the right.
20 0 kHz in FM and 1 0 kHz in AM).
• Quieter and I or off= turn the knob ® to • LO = turn the rotary knob ® to the left. • Quieter = turn the rotary knob ® to the • L = turn the rotary knob ® to the left.
• Press button and hold down - frequency left.
the left (display: "GALA 0")
setting changes rapidly. The radio is muted Listening to the radio while fast Note
as long as the button is kept depressed. Changing the "turn on" volume forwarding or rewinding a cassette
S tarting from the GALA setting, you can
(radio monitoring) jump to the next function by pushing the FM
Note • Press the hold the FM 2 button and turn
on the radio. "GALA" appears in the dis­ • Press and hold the FM 2 button and turn 2 button.
The radio switches back automatically to play.
the normal station search function approxi­ on the radio. "GALA" appears in the dis­
mately 10 seconds after manual tuning. • Tap the FM 2 button until "VOL" appears play.
If one of the selected stations is already in the display. • Tap the FM 2 button until "RM" appears
stored on one of the station buttons, a red • Louder= turn rotary knob ® to the right. in the display.
LED below the relevant button comes on or • ON=turn the rotary knob ® to the right.
flashes. • Quieter = turn the rotary knob ® to the
left. 11 This function is not available on vehicles with
• OFF= turn the rotary knob ® to the left.
the BOSE Sound System.

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Cassette player
To play a cassette, the radio must first be If the cassette player suddenly begins play­ Winding direction:
switched on and a cassette then inserted ing the other side of the tape during a selec­
tion, it might be because the tape does not The direction of winding is indicated in the
into the cassette slot@ When a cassette is display:
playing , "TAPE" appears in the display. spool easily enough.
> - Fast forward
This may be remedied by winding the tape
Dolby Noise Reduction® backwards and forwards a few times. < - Fast rewind/reverse

Press button @ to play cassettes with This cassette player features auto-reverse. End fast forward or rewind by pressing any
Dolby Noise Reduction. When it reaches the end of the tape, it auto­ of the fast running buttons.
matically switches to the other side and be­ When the tape reaches the end, the unit au­
The red LED light in the button comes on. gins playback. tomatically begins playing the other side.
Cassette eject

Press both buttons@ at the same time to


@ eject a cassette when it is being played.The
MODE-button @ @ - Cassette slot - Buttons for fast forward I
cassette is ejected automatically.
Selecting rewind and cassette eject
Fully insert cassette into slot with exposed
Use the MODE button to select radio, cas­ side of tape facing to the right. Fast forward and rewind I reverse
@ - Dolby® button
sette1l or CD mode*. Reduces the noise when playing a cassette.
• The selection occurs in sequence: radio
@ - Cassette side change-over !Only possible if "TPS" function is switched When playing cassettes recorded with
button off.) Dolby® noise reduction the reproduction
- cassette - CD* - radio etc.
Press button to change over to other side of • Push fast forward or rewind button �uality of the cassette will be significantly
If you insert a cassette while the radio or briefly to lock in rapid winding 1mproved.
CD* are playing, the unit will automatically tape.
-fast tape run Press button briefly. The red LED in the but­
switch over to the cassette mode. The arrow in the display indicates which
side is being played. ton will come on.
ll Only with fully inserted cassette
® Dolby noise reduction is manufactured under
licence by Dolby Licensing Corporation. Dolby
and the double D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

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CD player*

SCAN button 0 By tapping the button again, the SCAN pro­ Such stickers may detach as a result • If you press the button twice, the CD will
cess can be stopped and the title of the cas­
of the heat produced when the cas­ begin playing at the same point where it had
Automatic title display sette is played and cause operating
sette that was just shown can be heard. been stopped.
selection problems.
fI you inse�a c�ssette while the CD is play­
Tap the button (red diode light in the button Tips for operating cassette Never leave cassettes in the car for long pe­ Ing, the unit Will automatically switch over
comes on) -all the song titles on the cas­ player riods when they are exposed to very low to the cassette mode.
sette will be shown for eight seconds. (less than + 14 ° F/- 1 0 °C) or veryhigh tem­
The radio has automatic tape type switch­ peratures (above 1 2 2 ° F/50 °C). Remember CD selection
Note ing. For optimum reproduction, we recom­ that temperatures inside the car can be con­
mend "chromium dioxide" and Ior "metal" siderably higher than outside temperatures. • Tap the MODE button. CD operation is
The intervals between selections must be cassettes. selected.
at least 3seconds. Also prevent direct exposure to sunlight. It
To ensure troublefree cassette play, use is best to store cassettes in a proper storage • Each individual CD in the magazine can
If the intervals are too short or if extremely only cassettes made by a well-known box with spool detent. be selected by briefly pushing the buttons
soft passages are contained in individual manufacturer. (radio station buttons 1-6).
sections of music, the TPS and the SCAN fI after many hours of cassette play (about
If a pre-recorded cassette shows signs of 1 0 0 hours depending on the type of tape
@ TPS button function may not operate properly.
defect. it is advisable to copy it onto a cas­
@ - MODE button The CD currently loaded will be shown in
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used), the sound is distorted, it may be be­ the display- CD 1 to CD6.
sette made by a well-known manufacturer. cau�e the sound head is soiled with tape Selecting
Fast forward to the next music selection If no CD's are loaded, or no magazine is in
while playing a cassette. To prevent defects caused by the tapes particles. These can be cleaned away with Use the MODE button to select radio, cas­
a wet cleaning cassette. Use only cleaning the changer, "NO CD" appears in the dis­
themselves, it is recommended to use sette 1 l or CD mode. play.
fI you switch on the TPS function (red LED cassettes made by a well-known manufac­
tapes with a recording time of less than 9 0
light in the button comes on), you can fast turer, and follow manufacturer's instruc­ • The selection occurs in sequence: radio
forward to the beginning of the next song, minutes. Sixty minute cassettes (C60) are
well suited for use. tions for use. -cassette-CD-radio etc.
or rewind to the beginning of the current
song on a cassette by E_l'essing the fast for­ Do not affix any stickers or addi­ • If you press the MODE button while the
ward Irewind button Q?.) . tional labels to the casing of the cas­ CD is playing,the unit will switch back to the
sette. radio.

1 l Only with fully inserted cassette

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Track selection buttons SCAN button 0 Cleaning your COs Preventive measures for laser
• By tapping one of the buttons, the begin­ Automatic track selection For routine cleaning, wipe the playing sur­ units
ning of the current or the next selection on Tap the button (red LED light in the button face with a clean, soft, lintfree cloth from Laser devices are divided into safety
the CD can be selected. comes on) - all tracks available on the CD the center of the disc to the outer edge. fI classes 1 4.
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are displayed for eight seconds. the surface is heavily soiled, dampen a
• Tracks are selected directly upward and clean soft cloth in a solution of mild neutral Your Audi CD changer corresponds to
downward by briefly pressing one of the By tapping the button again, the SCAN can commercial detergent before cleaning the Safety Class 1.
buttons several times. be stopped and the CD title that was just disc. The laser used in Class 1 is so low and so
played can be heard again.
The selected track is shown in the radio dis­ To clean CO's, use a soft lint-free rag. Hold well shielded, no danger exists with proper
play " T R 0 1.....,T R 0 2....., T R 03....." etc. the CD even and clean it from the inside out. usage.
lips for operating CD
Use commercial CD cleaning fluids to re­
Note To assure a sound reproduction of the high­ move heavy di rt. Note
est quality, use only COs which are clean
At extremely warm outside temperatures, Never use fluids such as benzene, Do not open the cabinet. The unit
and free of scratches or any other type of
a protective switch will protect the CD and paint thinner or record cleaners, does not contain any components
damage.
Buttons for fast forward I the scanning laser. "CD HO T" is shown in
the display.
0 - RAND button: Random play
Do not stick any labels on a CD.
otherwise you may damage the CD
surface!
that can be maintained by the user.
For safety reasons please have the
rewind and cassette eject, for CD mode unit maintained by qualified service
track selection buttons CD @ n
I this case, you cannot play a CD. Store compact discs not being used in the
- When this button is briefly pressed,the unit technicians.
case they came in.
As soon as the player has cooled off a little, plays the tracks of the CD in random order.
Fast forward and rewind "CD HO T" goes off. You can now use the Never leave COs in direct sunshine.
CD player again.
• Press and hold fast forward or rewind:
fast CD run (audible).
The direction of winding is indicated in the
display:
> - Fast forward
< - Fast rewind
Release the button to end the fast forward­
ing or rewinding.

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Removing the magazine


Notes
You can remove the CD magazine even with Always close the sliding cover after insert­
the radio turned off. ing the magazine to protect your CD
• Slide the changer door open. changer from dirt and dust.

• Press the Cartridge eject button/ The magazine hold six standard CO's. Do
not use any other type of CD (so called
The magazine automatically comes out. "Shape CO's").
• Remove the magazine. To prevent changer malfunctions, never use
a CD protective film or stabilizer (obtained
Inserting the magazine commercially as a CD accessory).
• With the cover open, slide the magazine If a magazine slot is empty, "NO CD" will
all the way in with the inscription "disk" on appear in the matrix display during CD op­
top. eration if that magazine slot is selected.
CD changer CD Magazine • Hold the magazine with "disk" facing up­
Loading the magazine with COs
While doing this,the arrow on the magazine ward.
As a rule,the CD changer and magazine are 1 - Upper side
must point towards the magazine slot.
installed in the luggage compartment of • Hold the CD with the printed side facing
• n I sert the CO's one at a time (printed
2 Lower side up and grasping it by the hole and outer
most vehicles. n I other models, they may After inserting the magazine, you will hear
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side facing up) into the magazine until they


be installed in a compartment in the rear a "working noise" from the CD changer. edge.
Notes "click" into place.
side trim or behind the driver seat. Please T he device is simply counting how many
refer to your Owner's Manual for the exact Use only CD magazines approved for use in CO's are in the changer. Make sure you pay attention to the CD se­
location. your Audi. quence on the right side of the magazine.
• Close the changer door.
1 - Sliding door to close the CD slot • Use only CD magazines approved for use
2 - CD magazine slot in your Audi.
3 Cartridge ejection button
- • fI there is no magazine in the CD changer,
"NO CD" appears in the matrix display 14
during CD operation.

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Anti-theft coding
M alfunction displays
The following malfunctions can be dis­
The anti-theft coding will electronically pre­
vent unauthor z i ed persons from operat ni g
I. Cancelling the electronic lock-up Use stations buttons 1 - 4to enter the code
number on your Rad io Card . Use button 1
You can now repeat the entire canceling
procedure once more. T he number of at­
the unit if it has been removed from the ve­ fI for any reason your radio has been elec­ to enter the first d g
i it of the code number, tempts will be shown in the display.
played: tronically locked-up-for example if the bat­
hicle. button 2 to enter the second digit, and so
tery has been disconnected or the radio I f an incorrect number is entered once
- CD1 ERR1 = CD dirty or improperly The electronic lock-up s
i operational, if:, on. Station buttons 5 and 6 cannot be used.
fuse has blown-the word "SA FE" will ap­ again, your radio will be locked up for
n
i stalled.
- the radio is disconnected from the ve- pear n i the display when the radio is • Once the code is shown in the display, approximately one hour. The radio will not
The next CD will automatically be selected. switched on. press the FM 2 and RDS buttons again si­ play.
hicle current supply
CD1 ERR2 CD has scratches. multaneously and hold them down unt il the After an hour,the radio must stay on and the
- =
- the battery is disconnected To cancel the electronic lock-up, you must
word "SA FE" appears in the display. Re­ key must stay in the ignition lock -if the
The next CD w ill automatically be selected. enter the correct code number.
- the electric fuse for the radio is blown lease buttons. Soon afterwards, a fre­ display goes out,then the tests and electro­
CD1 ERR3 Malfunction ni the me­ tI is essential that the following steps be quency will be displayed. nic lock up can be cancelled again and de­
=
the word "SA FE" will appear in the display carried out in the correct order:
chanical system of the CD changer. The radio can now be used again. scribed.
when the radio is switched on. The unit will
only work again if the correct code has • Turn on radio-the word "SA FE" appears The cycle - two attempts, one hour
• n
I this case, press the button for maga­
been entered. in the display. Incorrect code number lock-up - still applies.
zine eject -see page 18.
Removing COs from the magazine
This code number and the radio se­ • Press the FM 2 and RDS buttons simul­ If an incorrect code number is entered inad­
• Check the CO's for damage and Ior cor­ Note
• Turn the magazine over and hold it with rial number are on the "Radio Card" taneously and hold them down until vertently when cancelling the electronic
rect installation position. lock, the word "SA FE" appears in the dis­
the CD release lever up. next to the table of contents at the "1000" lights up ni the display. Release fI you loose your Radio Card with the Code
• Insert the magazine once again. beginning of this instruction book­ buttons. Do not, under any circum­ play -first flash ni g and then continuously. Number, contact your authorized Audi
• Hold the release lever against the spr n
i g
let. stances, continue holding them Dealer.
force. Try the CD player again. If it still malfunc­
down or press them once again. This
tions, contact your authorized Audi Dealer. It is very important that you detach
• Press the CO's out through the open ing would cause the radio to consider
this card and keep it in a safe place
in the back of the magazine. the number "1 000" to be the input
- never keep it in the vehicle. This is
code number.
Don't let the CO's drop! the only way to ensure that the radio
is useless to thieves.
• Take the CO's out of the magazine.

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TECHNICAL DE SCRIPTION
WAR RANTY, EXCHANGE SER VICE, CAR E OF ANTENNA -------

Care of antenna Warranty Radio


Anti-theft coding Display • Fader integrated into radio
The antenna is optimally tuned to the radio Our radio systems are covered by the same Note
and mounted on the vehicle for best recep­ warranty conditions that apply to new cars. Radio is electronically locked up if current • Frequency,station name (if RDS-signal is • Speed sensitive volume control (GALA)
tion and lowest interference. When you place a warranty claim or
If a warranty claim is made during the war­ supply s i interrupted. Unit can only be re­ transmitted by the radio station)
make use of the exchange service, • Multi speaker system
Automatic antennas must also be cleaned ranty period, the unit will be repaired free of used when the correct code number is en­
you must always present your Radio e RDS
regularly and treated with a chrome cleaner charge by any Audi retailer-provided that tered.
Card with the code and serial num­ Power output (max.)
to ensure smooth operation. the damage was not caused by improper bers to the dealer! • Cassette player functions
treatment or attempts to repair it by non­ Frequency ranges Standard system
If the automatic antenna does not retract or • CO-Changer functions (if installed)
qualified persons, and that the unit has not e AM, FM
extend properly, the telescopic sections The radio has 4 line outputs. You can con­
suffered any external damage. • Waveband
must be cleaned. Never forciblypush in or nect the following:
pull out the antenna by hand. Station selection • With corresponding equipment, tele­
Exchange service - 2 speakers (front) and 2 active speakers
No maintenance is required on antennas in­ • n
I radio mode,automatic selection of last phone calls being received are shown in the
corporated in the windshield or roof. After expiration of the warranty period,a ra­ display with "PHONE" and at the same (rear) or
station tuned in before radio switched off
dio in need of repair can be exchanged at a time, the radio is turned down.
(last station memory). - 4active speakers or
Other advantages of windshield antennas reasonable price for a completely recondi­
are that they are safe from damage and are tioned radio in as-new condition covered by • Twelve station buttons for FM at two le­ • If the vehicle is equipped with a BOSE - any standard commercial amplifier.
subject to no wear whatsoever. an exchange-part warranty.However,this is vels SOUND SYSTEM, the display shows
only under the condition that the radio has "BOSE" (approx. 3 seconds) when the ra­ A31l80W + 40Watt Subwoofer2l
• Six station buttons for AM dio is switched on.
not suffered any external damage and that A 480W
no unauthorized person has attempted to • Automatic scan function with two sensi­
repair it. Illumination + 40Watt Subwoofer2l
A 4 Avant 80 Watt
tivity levels.
• Anti-glare illumination of controls from in­ A6 80W + 60W Subwoofer2l
• Buttons for manual tuning up-band and
down-band
side A6 Avant 80W + 60W Subwoofer2l
• Brightness adjustable with instrument A81l 6 x 20Watt
• Microcomputer-controlled stabilization
lighting n Coupe3) 4 20Watt
of selected station frequency (PLL Quartz X
Tuning)
Reproduction n Roadster3l 4 X 20 Watt + 40 Watt Sub­
woofer2l
• Stereo (radio, cassette and CD)

• Active tone control


1) not available in USA and Canada
2) active speaker
3) not available at time of printing

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TECHNICAL DE SCRIPTION ---- TECHNICAL DE SCRIPTION

Cassette player CD Changer* What does it mean?


BOSE Sound System Connecting options • Wear-resistant, high performance sound Technical data D/A converter: • When playing, the cassette player
(overall power) head changes to a different side.
• Electronic antenna The CD changer is "remote control" via the MASH 1 Bit
The radio has 41ine outputs; a BOSE ampli­ • Automatic tape type recognition radio. Cause
• CD Changer Scanning system:
fier is connected to these which controls Changer magazine for 6 CO's with motor Cassette does not run smoothly.
the sound adjustment.
• Button for fast forward Ireverse
• N F-muting (phone) eject. Astigma 1 beam
• Electric motor for cassette eject Remedy
A31l 2 20W
Interference suppression Frequency range: Light source: Fast forward or rewind the cassette.
A4 2 10W • Automatic cassette track change at end
The automatic interference suppression in of tape (auto reverse) 5- 20000 Hz (+/- 1 dB) Semiconductor laser (wave length 780 nm)
A4Avant 170Watt the radio largely eliminates interference in
A6 250W the FM waveband. Noise voltage range:
Specially tuned noise suppressors elimi­ • The radio station set on the station but­
A6 Avant 250W 96 dB
nate nearly all interference pulses emanat­ ton does notcome on when selected.
AS 2 20W ing from the engine or other parts of the CD total harmonic distortion: Cause
TT Coupe2l 175Watt electrical system, such as heater fan. wind­
shield wipers. radiator fan etc. 0,006 o/o (bei 1 kHz) The radio station stored cannot be receiving
TT Roadster2l 190Watt this area.
Synchronizing fluctuations: Remedy
Cannot be measured Assign a new radio station to this button.

1l not available in USA and Canada


2) not available at time of pr inting

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NOTES -------

--- NOTES

26
27
NOTE S ------ -------
--
--- ALPHABEnCAL INDEX

A CD mode
- Loading the CD magazine 19
F
AM button .. . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . - Malfunction displays 20 . . . . . . . . Fader control . . ... . .... . . ..... . 6 .

Anti-theft coding . . ... . . . . 3, 20, 23 - Mode selection .... . . ...... 15 . FM 1 button ... . ... . .... . . . . . . . . 7
Automatic interference - Random play ... . . ... . ...... 16 FM 2 button .. . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 7
.

suppression ........ . ... . . . . 24


. - Removing CDs .. . ......... . 20 Frequency ranges . . .. 23 . . . . . . . . . .

Autoreverse ... . . . . ..... . . . . . . 13


. -Title scan function . . . . . ..... . 17
CD selection . . . . . .. . . .. . .. . ... . 15
Cleaning cassettes . . .. . . . . . . . . 15 G
B
.

Code number . . . . . .. . . . . 3, 20,


. 21
GALA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Coding .. . .. . .... . ... . . .. 3, 20, 23
Balance control . . . ... . . . . .. . .. . . 6
Connecting options . . ... ... ..... 24
Bass control . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
.

I
c D Illumination .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Interference suppression .. . . . . . . 24
Display .. . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 1 0, 23
Care of antenna . . . . . . . ... . . . . .
. 22
Dolby 13
Cassette mode
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

- Playing . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 M
E
-Title scan function . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Manual tuning . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 1 0
Cassette player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
.
.

Mode selection . . . . . . . . . 4, 12, 15


Cassette slot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
.

Electronic lock-up 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Casting of the casette . . . . . . .. . . 14 Emergency announcements . . . . . . 9

N
CD changer . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Exchange service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
CD magazine . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 18
.

Noise reduction . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Noise suppressors . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

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ALPHABEnCAL INOEX -------

0 s w
On/Off knob . . ... . . ..... . . .... . . 6 Serial number ... . . . .... . . . . . . 3, 20 Warranty . ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Sound head .. .. . .. . . . ... . . .... 15
Speed sensitive volume control . . 10
p Station search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Storing buttons . . . . . . . . . . ... ... . 4
PI-Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Power output ... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
PS-Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
PTY 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
T
Theft coding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 23
Title scan function . . . . ..... . 14, 17
R T PS . . . ... . ..... . ...... . . . . . . . 14
Treble control .. . . . . . . . . . . ...... . 7
Radio Card . . . .... . ... . . . . . . . 3, 20
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Radio code number . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 3
RDS ................. .. . . . . .... 8
- Function . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . 9
-General information . . . . . . . . . . 9 v
-Storing ADS-stations . . . . . . . . . 8 Volume control .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
It has always been Audi's policy to continuously improve its products. Audi, therefore, reserves the right to make changes in
Reproduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 design and specifications, and to make additions or improvements in its products, without incurring any obligation to install them
on products previously manufactured.
Text, illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on information available at the time of printing.
All rights reserved.May not be reproduced or translated in whole or in part without the written consent of AUD I AG.Specifications
are subject to change without notice.

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© 1998AUD I AG

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