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Digital radio / cd microsystem
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  • Seite 37 MC+50 Program Name Radio Text Program Type Audio Mode (Stereo/Mono)
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  • Seite 49: Safety Instructions

    Brand name: Blaupunkt Responsible party: M3 Electronic GmbH Gutenbergstrasse 5, D-65830 Kriftel. Germany Hereby, Blaupunkt Competence Center Audio M3 Electronic GmbH, declares that this Class 1 equipment is in compliance with the essential requirement and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
  • Seite 50 MC+50 12. ESD WARNING – the display does not function properly or not reaction to operation of any the control may due to the electrostatic discharge. Switch off and unplug the set. Reconnect after a few seconds. 13. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE – the appliance should be serviced by qualified service personal when: a.
  • Seite 51: Electrical Information

    MC+50 26. Ensure a minimum distance of 5cm around the apparatus for sufficient ventilation. 27. The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation opening with items such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc. 28. The batteries should be drawn to the environmental aspects of batter y disposal. Warning: Danger of radiation CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT...
  • Seite 52 MC+50 Introduction Introduction DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) technology allows many more radio stations compared to FM. DAB transmissions do away with problems of hiss and fade that plague AM and FM broadcasts and are less likely to be affected by adverse weather conditions or other sources of interference.
  • Seite 53: Controls And Connectors

    MC+50 Controls and connectors 1. IR receiver 8. EJECT /FUNCTION button 2. LCD display 9. VOLUME control 3. STANDBY/PLAY/PAUSE button 10. AUDIO input 4. SKIP PREV button 11. SPEAKER outputs 5. CD loading drawer 12. PIGTAIL antenna 6. POWER button 13.
  • Seite 54 MC+50 Controls and connectors 25. REPEAT button 14. STANDBY button 26. INFO button 15. CD button /NEXT button 16. DAB/FM button /TUNER+ button 17. PLAY/PAUSE button 29. ENTER button 18. MENU/STOP button 30. PROGRAM button /TUNER- button /PREV button 31. SHUFFLE button 21.
  • Seite 55: Connecting The Power

    MC+50 Loudspeakers Placing & connecting the speakers • Unwrap the speaker wires. • Place a speaker on either side of the main unit, preferably at the same height, and with at least 150mm between each speaker and the main unit. •...
  • Seite 56: Remote Control Batteries

    MC+50 Remote control batteries Fitting or replacing the remote control batteries When replacing the batteries in the remote control, refer to the diagram above. 1. Push the catch on the battery door in the direction of the embossed arrow on the rear of the remote.
  • Seite 57: Getting Started

    MC+50 Getting started Switching on the MC+ 50 for the first time 1. Connect the mains plug to a wall outlet. 2. Extend the pig tail antenna as far as it can go. NOTE: The quality of the DAB reception will be influenced by the positioning of the pigtail aerial.
  • Seite 58: General Operation

    MC+50 General operation DSP effects Pressing the DSP button (33) repeatedly cycles through a set of EQ presets to alter the sound field. Choose from Jazz, Rock, Classic, Pop, Live, Dance & Off. Loudness function This function will add a rounder bass sound at low levels. Press the LOUD button (32) on the remote to enable.
  • Seite 59: Display Modes

    MC+50 2.Now use the buttons on the remote or PREV / NEXT (main unit) to cycle through the DAB ensembles/multiplexes, which are numbered from5A to 13F. 3. Press the ENTER button to view the ensemble/multiplex details. Press the ENTER button again to enter the multiplex. 4.To see what stations are present in the found ensemble/multiplex, just press the buttons on the remote or PREV / NEXT (main unit).
  • Seite 60 MC+50 DLS (Dynamic Label Segment) Dynamic label segment is a scrolling message that the broadcaster may include with their transmissions. This message usually includes information like program details. Program type This describes the “Style” or “genre” of music that is being broadcast e.g. “Rock“ or “Classical”.
  • Seite 61: Scanning For Stations

    MC+50 FM operation See Switching modes to switch to FM. Scanning for stations You can scan up or down the frequency range manually by pressing the TUNER- / TUNER+ (main unit) or press (remote) buttons to increase or decrease the frequency in 0.05 MHZ increments.
  • Seite 62 MC+50 Radio text As with DAB, the broadcaster can include a scrolling text that displays information about the current program. If Radio text information is not available, then the display will show <No Radio Text>. Program type This describes the “Style” or “genre” of music that is being broadcast e.g. “Rock“ or “Classical”.
  • Seite 63: Programme Playback

    MC+50 Programme playback You may wish to play back tracks of a CD in a different order than the original disc was recorded in. 1. Press the PROGRAM button (30) to enter the programme setup function. 2. Use the buttons to skip between the play order numbers. 3.
  • Seite 64: External Input

    MC+50 External input Connecting external audio sources External audio sources such as iPod's & MP3 players can be connected using a 3.5mm to RCA audio cable (not supplied). 1. Connect one end of the cable to the MP3 players headphone / Line output and the other end to the AUX IN input (10) on the back of the unit.
  • Seite 65: Care And Maintenance

    MC+50 Care and maintenance After using your radio • Set to Standby. • Switch the unit off at the mains and unplug it if you are leaving it unattended for a long period (holidays etc). • Avoid leaving batteries fitted if you leave the radio unattended for long periods. They may leak and damage the radio.
  • Seite 66: Specifications

    MC+50 Specifications Supply Voltage, Mains:...................AC 220-240V~50Hz Max. Power Consumption..................40W Speaker Power:.........................2 x 5W DAB:..........................174-240 MHz FM:..........................87.5-108 MHz Net Weight:..........................3.0kg Contents The carton should contain: • The MC+ 50 Microsystem • 2 x Speakers • Remote control (with batteries) • Operating Manual LOCATION Place the unit on a dry stable surface away from heat and damp and where it is unlikely to fall or be knocked over.
  • Seite 67 There are separate collection systems for recycling in the EU. For more information, please contact the local authority or your retailer where you purchased the product. All rights reserved by Blaupunkt Competence Center Audio M3 Electronic GmbH. This material may be reproduced, copied or distributed for personal use only.