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TravelPilot Navigation Radio/CD
TravelPilot E1/E2
Operating instructions
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    TravelPilot Navigation Radio/CD TravelPilot E1/E2 Operating instructions www.blaupunkt.com...

  • Page 2: Device Overview

    Device overview...

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    NAV button OK button Short press: Activates navigation mode and the four mem- Short press: Confirms menu items ory banks. Long press: Starts the scan function Long press: Opens the selection menu for traffic-jam Radio: Opens the menu to select a waveband ahead and route options.

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    Union, the conditions of warranty gation due to improper operation by the The TravelPilot E1/E2 is a radio navigation issued by our representatives responsible user, changes to the traffic-flow regulation, system the size of a standard car radio.

  • Page 5: Quick Guide To Navigation

    OK button ; to enter a new destination. knob :. As soon as the TravelPilot E1/E2 recognis- You will first be asked to select the desti- As soon as the name of the place you are es that the entry matches a place name nation country.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX SELEC= NDR 2 NDR 2 B1, KAISER 10 16 16mi STREET STRASSE TOWN CENTR B6, WESTSC HNELLWEG In the subsequent selection, choose be- Note: You now have the option of stor- If you are driving straight on, the name of tween STREET, TOWN CENTRe or POI (point ing the destination using buttons 1 - 6...

  • Page 7: Safety Notices

    Stop your vehicle at a suitable location if you want to reprogram the TravelPilot E1/E2. • Whilst driving, only operate the TravelPilot E1/E2 if the road conditions and traffic situation allow you to do so. • Only enter a destination whilst the vehicle is stationary.

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Device overview ........2 Navigation ..........21 Bypassing a traffic jam during navigation ..........46 How navigation works ......21 Quick guide to navigation ....5 Defining route options ......47 Inserting the navigation CD ....

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    MP3 mode (only TravelPilot E2) ..61 Steering wheel remote control ... 74 Glossary ..........93 Preparing an MP3-CD ......61 Selecting an audio source ..... 74 Specifications ........94 Switching to MP3 mode ......63 Adjusting the volume ......74 Installation instructions ......

  • Page 10: Care Tips For Cd-roms

    APPENDIX Compatible navigation CD-ROMs The TravelPilot E1/E2 can only be used with navigation CD-ROMs that are la- belled with an “E”. If there is no CD-ROM inserted in the device, a message informing you of this appears in the display as soon as you try to enter a destina- tion.

  • Page 11: About These Instructions

    About these instructions The aim of these instructions is to familiarize you with the functions of your TravelPilot E1/E2 and to ensure that you can safely and successfully operate the device. Before starting to use your TravelPilot E1/E2, please read these instructions carefully and keep them in a safe place in your vehicle.

  • Page 12: Theft Protection, Detaching The Release Panel

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Detachable control panel (flip-release panel) Theft protection To provide protection against theft, your device is equipped with a detachable control panel (flip-release panel) and a 4-digit device code. The device is worth- less to a thief without this control panel.

  • Page 13: Attaching The Release Panel

    Attaching the release panel 1 Slide the control panel straight into the device’ s bracket. 2 Close the control panel. Note: When attaching the control panel, make sure you do not press the display. INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX...

  • Page 14: Switching The Device On/off, Switching On/off Using The Vehicle Ignition

    TravelPilot by pressing button 3. You can also operate the TravelPilot E1/E2 when the ignition is off. 1 To do so, press button 3.

  • Page 15: Selecting The Operating Mode, Selecting And Confirming Menu Items

    The right-hand menu knob : with its integrated OK button ; is the main con- trol element on the TravelPilot E1/E2. You can use it to select menu items and characters when entering data as well as change settings and confirm your in- put.

  • Page 16: Adjusting The Volume, Activating Mute

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Adjusting the volume volume 20 To increase the system volume, NDR2 1 turn the volume control 2 clockwise. NJOY Ante To decrease the system volume, 1 turn the volume control 2 anticlockwise. RAD2 JUMP The currently set value appears in the top line of the display whilst you are...

  • Page 17: Putting Through Telephone Calls Automatically

    TravelPilot E1/E2. TELEPHONE appears in the display. The call will be put through even if the TravelPilot E1/E2 is switched off. The TravelPilot E1/E2 will then switch on for the duration of the telephone call.

  • Page 18: Display

    SETUP APPENDIX Display The TravelPilot E1/E2’ s display contains all the navigation information (e.g. vis- ual driving recommendations), menus and lists, as well as the radio, CD and CD-changer (optional) audio sources. The display’ s brightness and readability can be optimised to suit the viewing angle in your vehicle.

  • Page 19: Disconnection From The Battery Power Supply

    Switching on a coded device after disconnection from the battery power supply If you switch on a coded device after having disconnected it from the battery power supply (e.g. after carrying out repairs to the vehicle), the system will dis- play a message asking you to enter the code.

  • Page 20: Entering The Wrong Numerical Code, Radio Cd / Mp3 Cd Changer

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Once you have finished entering the whole numerical code and it is shown in the display, 4 press and hold down the OK button ; for longer than 2 seconds. The device switches on.

  • Page 21: Navigation, How Navigation Works, Inserting The Navigation Cd

    Navigation The navigation system in the TravelPilot E1/E2 helps you find your way to des- tinations quickly and safely without first having to spend time studying a road- map. When navigation (route guidance) is active, you will be guided by the de- vice’...

  • Page 22: Downloading The Navigation Software, Corridor Function, Surrounding Area Function

    TravelPilot E1/E2’ s memory. After the loading process has completed, you can eject the CD-ROM from the drive and insert an audio CD instead. When all the segments of the navigation-CD symbol appear filled in, this indicates that the loading process has ended.

  • Page 23: Starting Navigation

    Note: Any memory available after the corridor has been loaded will be used to store the data for the surrounding area function. The CD symbol at the bottom right of the display indicates when data are being loaded. Data are loaded even if there is no navigation session currently active.

  • Page 24: Entering A Destination

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX To switch between the navigation system’ s memory banks, N2 NAVi 1 press the NAV button 1 repeatedly until the memory bank that you want LAST 1O appears in the top line of the display. DEST INP.

  • Page 25: Entering Destinations Using The Text Input Line

    Entering destinations using the text input line You can use the text input line to enter data such as town names and road names into the navigation system. The text input line is equipped with an intelli- gent text-input feature, which only allows you to enter characters that can logi- =OWN cally follow on from the ones you have already entered.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX If the characters you have entered so far allow the system to find a name =OWN match, it will automatically complete the name for you. BERLIN 4 Repeat steps 1 - 3 as many times as are necessary until the name that you want is displayed in the text input line.

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    Note: The system remembers the destination country that was se- D (D) lected until you select another country or insert a new CD or until the TravelPilot E1/E2 automatically shuts down fully approx. 72 hours after you switch off the device. Entering a destination – Town...

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX In smaller municipalities, it is possible that a postcode will cover several small SELEC= towns and villages. In this case you must select the appropriate place name SUPRAREG.D after entering the postcode. In general, entering the first letter of the place name that you want will be sufficient.

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    Note: If there are several instances of the place name that you se- COUN=X lected, the system will display another menu containing the text in- put line so that you can define the county. Enter some more letters BERLIN in order to define the place more precisely. The system displays the distance as the crow flies and the destination direction in order to assist you.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX 3 Enter the special destination name in the same way as you would enter a SELEC= destination name. 4 Switch to the list. STREET The available special destinations are displayed alphabetically. TOWN CENTR 5 Mark and confirm the destination that you want.

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    JUNCTION: You can additionally select a road junction or a crossroads on the selected street in order to define your destination more precisely. Note: If you enter a new destination without the navigation CD-ROM (corridor function) being present in the device, you will not be able to select the house number and junction.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Crossroads SELEC= If you selected the JUNCTION menu item, a list of road junctions and crossroads HOUSE NUMB that are available on the destination street will be displayed. JUNCTION Note: If a crossroads or junction appears twice, the system will also CONTINUE display the compass direction.

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    3 You can now start navigation using the OK button ;. Plus Point: After you have finished entering the destination and before start- ing navigation, you have the option of storing the destination in the destina- tion memory. For further information, read the section entitled “ D estination memory”...

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX The destination input menu appears. SELEC= 3 Select and confirm the SUPRAREGional Destinations menu item. SUPRAREG.D A list of special destinations categories is displayed. TOWN 4 Select and confirm the category that you want. POS.

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    The available destinations are displayed sorted according to their distance from your position. Note: If available, the text input line is opened first of all. Use it to enter the required name or the first letter and then open the list. 5 Select and confirm the destination that you want.

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    “ N avigation” . Entering a destination – Last 10 destinations N1 NAVi The TravelPilot E1/E2 automatically stores the last 10 destinations for which the LAST 1O system has previously calculated a route. You can access these directly as and DEST INP.

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    Entering a destination – From the destination memory You can store destinations in the destination memory that you drive to regularly so you can access them easily for other navigation sessions. For further infor- mation, read the section entitled “ D estination memory” . The navigation system has four memory banks at its disposal (N1, N2, N3 and N4).

  • Page 38: Destination Memory

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Destination memory In the destination memory you can store destinations that you want to navigate to later on. You can also set your current position as a position marker and then access it from memory at some other point in time to use it as your destination.

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    You will hear a confirmation beep when the destination has been stored. The navigation display will then appear again. Storing your current position as a destination You have the option of storing your vehicle’ s current position as a destination in the destination memory.

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    The vehicle is currently on a road that has not been digitised. CALCULATED The TravelPilot E1/E2 cannot calculate a route to the destination that you selected. You have left the area covered by the navigation CD or you have left NDR 2 the corridor that is stored in memory.

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    Plus Point: If you deviate from the recommended route, the system automat- ically calculates a new route from the current vehicle position to the already entered destination. The system might ask you to insert the navigation CD. Driving recommendations NDR 2 The visual driving recommendations are shown in the middle display area.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Switching audio sources You can switch to a different audio source at any time during navigation. 1 Press the FM•AM 4 button or the CD•C button 5 during the active naviga- tion session to switch between radio mode and CD-changer mode.

  • Page 43: Dynamic Navigation

    Dynamic navigation NAVI During dynamic navigation, the TravelPilot E1/E2 analyses digital traffic infor- TRAFF. JAM mation messages and uses this information when planning the route. The sys- ROUTE OPTI tem receives the traffic messages from TMC (Traffic Message Channel) sta- tions.

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    APPENDIX Recalculating the route If the TravelPilot E1/E2 receives a traffic message from the TMC that is relevant to the route, it will automatically recalculate the route. The system outputs a voice announcement informing you that the route is being recalculated.

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    TMC symbol appears on the display. If not, start seek tuning again. Reading TMC messages The TravelPilot E1/E2 provides you with the option of displaying the traffic mes- sages received via TMC (Traffic Message Channel). 1 Press and hold down the TRAF button @ for longer than 2 seconds.

  • Page 46: Bypassing A Traffic Jam During Navigation

    Alongside the ability to automatically bypass traffic jams with the aid of the dy- TRAFF. JAM namic navigation feature, the TravelPilot E1/E2 also gives you the option of ROUTE OPTI manually entering traffic jams or blocked sections of road during an active nav- igation session.

  • Page 47: Defining Route Options

    Note: If, for instance, you deactivated the motorway option and a very long detour would be the result of applying this option, the TravelPilot E1/E2 will instead decide to include motorways in its route calculations. The same applies to ferries and toll roads.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX To define the route options, NAVI 1 press and hold down the NAV button 1 for longer than 2 seconds. TRAFF. JAM A selection menu appears in the display. ROUTE OPTI 2 Mark and confirm the ROUTE OPTIions menu item.

  • Page 49: Displaying The Route List, Traffic Announcements During Navigation

    Displaying the route list 0/177 MI You can display the route list that was calculated by the navigation system. The 65O yd route list is updated during the journey, and the route sections that you have not B1, KAISER yet driven down are displayed. STRASSE button <...

  • Page 50: Radio Mode, Rds Functions (af, Reg)

    APPENDIX Radio mode The TravelPilot E1/E2 is equipped with an RDS radio receiver. Many of the receivable FM stations transmit a signal that not only carries the programme but also additional information such as the station name. The station name appears in the display as soon as it is received.

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    5 Press the OK button ; or the ESC button = to accept the setting. The selection menu appears again. 6 Press the ESC button = twice to close the selection menu. Switching the REG RDS function on or off 1 Press the MENU button ?.

  • Page 52: Switching To Radio Mode, Selecting The Waveband Memory Bank

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Switching to radio mode NDR 2 To switch to radio mode, NDR2 1 briefly press the FM•AM button 4. NJOY Ante The radio will play the station that it received last. RAD2 JUMP Selecting the waveband / memory bank...

  • Page 53: Tuning Into A Station

    Tuning into a station There are various ways of tuning into a station. Automatic station seek tuning button 7 or the button 8. 1 Press the The radio tunes into the next receivable station. Note: You can adjust the sensitivity of station seek tuning. For fur- ther information, read the section entitled “Configuring the radio functions”...

  • Page 54: Storing Stations, Listening To Stored Stations

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Storing stations Storing stations manually 1 Select the memory bank (i.e. FM1, FM2, FMT) that you want or one of the wavebands (MW or LW). 2 Tune into the station that you want. 3 Press and hold down one of the station buttons 1 - 6 >...

  • Page 55: Scanning Receivable Stations (scan), Traffic Information

    Scanning receivable stations (SCAN) You can briefly play (scan) all the receivable stations. The scanning time is 10 seconds. SCAN Starting SCAN 1 Press and hold down the OK button ; for longer than 2 seconds. NDR2 Scanning begins. SCAN appears briefly in the display followed by the current NJOY Ante station name or frequency.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Switching traffic information priority on or off NDR 2 1 Press the TRAF button @. NDR2 Priority for traffic announcements is active when the symbol lights up in the display. NJOY Ante Note: The...

  • Page 57: Cd Mode, Playing A Cd

    E2’ s internal CD drive. CD-Rs (CDs that you have “ b urned” yourself) can generally also be played. Due to the varying quality of CDs, Blaupunkt cannot guarantee that this will work properly. To ensure the system functions properly, only use CDs labelled with the com- pact disc logo.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Inserting a CD button 9 to open the release panel. 1 Press the 2 Any CD that might already be in the device is ejected automatically. 3 Carefully insert the CD with the printed side uppermost into the device’ s CD compartment.

  • Page 59: Selecting Tracks, Fast Searching, Random Play (mix)

    If you want to activate the internal CD drive, 1 press the CD•C button 5 again. The CD starts playing. Selecting tracks You can select tracks directly whilst a CD is playing. To select the next track, button 8. 1 press the button 8, If the last track on the CD has been reached and you press the the system will then switch to the first track.

  • Page 60: Repeating Tracks (repeat), Traffic Announcements During Cd Mode

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX To cancel the MIX function, 1 press the 2 MIX station button > again. The MIX function is automatically cancelled if you activate the SCAN function. Scanning all the tracks on a CD (SCAN) scan CD If you briefly want to play (scan) all the tracks on a CD, proceed as follows: 1 Press and hold down the OK button ;...

  • Page 61: Mp3 Mode (only Travelpilot E2), Preparing An Mp3-cd

    MP3 mode (only TravelPilot E2) You can also use the TravelPilot E2 to play CD-Rs and CD-RWs that contain MP3 music files. MP3 is a process developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for compressing CD audio data. Compression allows data to be reduced to around 10% of their orig- inal size without a noticeable loss in quality (at a bit rate of 128 kbit/s).

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Note: When naming directories and tracks/files you should avoid using accents and special characters since they might not be dis- played correctly. You can use a maximum of 32 characters (includ- ing the “.MP3”...

  • Page 63: Switching To Mp3 Mode, Selecting A Directory

    Switching to MP3 mode MP3 mode is activated in the same way as normal CD mode. For further infor- mation, please read the section entitled “ P laying a CD” in the “ C D mode” chap- ter. Once the device has checked the CD, it begins playing the first track in the first directory that it finds.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Selecting a directory in browse mode You can display the current directory and the three subsequent directories on the four lines of the display. The directories are displayed with the names that you created when burning the CD.

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    Selecting tracks Selecting tracks/files using the arrow buttons To move up to another track/file in the current directory, button 8 once or several times. 1 press the To move down to another track/file in the current directory, button 7 once or several times. 1 press the button 7 once, the current track will be played again from If you press the...

  • Page 66: Fast Seeking, Random Play (mix)

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Fast seeking To start fast forward seeking, button 8 until fast seeking begins. 1 press and hold down the To start fast reverse seeking, button 7 until fast seeking begins. 1 press and hold down the Random play (MIX) You can play all the tracks contained in a directory and all the tracks on a CD in...

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    Scanning all the tracks in a directory (SCAN) If you briefly want to play (scan) all the tracks in the current directory, proceed as follows: 1 Press and hold down the OK button ; for longer than 2 seconds. All the tracks in the directory are scanned in ascending order. The scanning time is 10 seconds.

  • Page 68: Selecting Mp3 Info

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Selecting MP3 info SE==INGS Whilst MP3 mode is activated, the track name appears as scrolling text on the SOUND first line of the display and the name of the artist appears on the second and VOLUME third lines (only if the ID tags are available in the MP3 files).

  • Page 69: Cd-changer Mode, Switching To Cd-changer Mode

    CD-changer mode You can use the following Blaupunkt CD changers with the TravelPilot E1/E2: CDC - A03 CDC - A08 IDC - A09 Please refer to the installation and connection instructions supplied with your CD changer for information on how to install the CD changer in your vehicle and connect it to the TravelPilot E1/E2.

  • Page 70: Selecting Cds

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX If the audio CD in the internal CD player is active, then 2 press the CD•C button 5 again. CD O1 The CD changer display appears. CDC appears in the top line of the display. TRACK 7 Beneath it you will see the number of the CD in the CD changer, the track 3:24...

  • Page 71: Fast Searching, Selecting Tracks, Random Play (mix)

    Selecting tracks To select the next track, button 8. 1 press the button 8, If the last track on the CD has been reached and you press the the system will then switch to the first track. To replay the current track or select a previous track, button 7.

  • Page 72: Scanning All Tracks On All Cds (scan)

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Randomly playing all the tracks on all the CDs mix magAZINE To play the tracks on all the CDs at random, CD O2 1 press the 2 MIX station button > repeatedly until MIX MAGAZINE appears in TRACK 2 the top line of the display.

  • Page 73: Traffic Announcements During Cd-changer Mode, Repeating Tracks (repeat), Introduction Navigation

    Repeating tracks (REPEAT) RP= =rack To repeat a track, activate the repeat function. CD O2 1 Select the track that you want, TRACK 2 2 press the 5 RPT station button >. 2:33 The track is repeated until you cancel the repeat function. If you want to cancel the repeat function, 1 press the 5 RPT station button >...

  • Page 74: Steering Wheel Remote Control, Selecting An Audio Source, Adjusting The Volume, Activating Navigation

    Steering wheel remote control The RC 10 steering wheel remote control allows you to safely and conveniently operate some of the TravelPilot E1/E2’s primary functions from your steering buttons have the same function as the menu knob :. The wheel. The buttons and the OK button have the same function as the equivalent but- tons on the TravelPilot E1/E2.

  • Page 75: Muting

    Muting You can mute the device’s volume using the remote control. 1 Press the button. Cancelling mute If you want to cancel mute, 1 press the button again or 1 press the V+ or V- button. INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 REMOTE CONTROL CD CHANGER SETUP...

  • Page 76: Adjusting The Sound And Sound Distribution Settings

    CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Setup – basic settings SE==INGS The setup menu allows you to adjust the TravelPilot E1/E2’ s basic functions to SOUND suit your needs. VOLUME You can change the following device functions: RADIO SOUND - Adjust the sound distribution and equalizer...

  • Page 77: Equalizer

    2 Press the MENU button ?. SOUND The setup menu appears in the display. BASS 3 Mark and confirm the SOUND menu item. TREBLE The sound menu appears in the display. LOUDNESS 4 Mark and confirm the menu item (BASS, TREBLE, LOUDNESS, BALANCE or BALANCE FADER) whose setting you want to adjust.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Notes on adjusting the settings We recommend you use a CD that you are familiar with for making changes to the settings. Before adjusting the equalizer, set the sound settings and sound distribution settings to zero.

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    Adjusting the equalizer SOUND 1 Press the MENU button ?. FADER The setup menu appears in the display. DIGITAL EQ 2 Mark and confirm the SOUND menu item. The sound menu appears in the display. 3 Mark and confirm the DIGITAL EQ menu item. The equalizer menu appears in the display.

  • Page 80: Traffic Announcement Telephone Volume And Gala Settings

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Configuring the power-on / navigation / traffic announce- ment / telephone volume and GALA settings You can adjust the device’ s power-on volume ( ON MAX), the amount by which the audio volume level is decreased during a navigation announcement (NAV DIFF), the minimum volume level for traffic announcements (TA MIN), the min- imum volume level for telephone calls (TEL MIN) and the setting for the speed-...

  • Page 81: Configuring The Radio Functions

    In the radio menu you can configure the radio functions to suit your needs. You can configure the following functions: RDS - The TravelPilot E1/E2 automatically switches to the frequency offering the best reception for the station that is currently tuned. The station name is also displayed.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX REGIONAL - At certain times, some radio stations divide their programme into regional programmes providing different regional content. You can use the REG function to prevent the device from switching to alternative frequen- cies that are transmitting different programme content.

  • Page 83: Setting The Day/night Display Brightness And Contrast

    3 Mark and confirm the menu item that you want to adjust. radio The selection menu or the scale for adjusting the setting is displayed. 4 Select the setting using the menu knob :. RDS NAME 5 Press the OK button ; or the ESC button = to accept the setting. REGIONAL The radio menu appears in the display again.

  • Page 84: Configuring The Language And Speech Options

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX 4 Adjust the value that you want using the menu knob :. DimmIng 5 Press the OK button ; or the ESC button = to accept the setting. The display menu appears in the display again. 6 Press the ESC button = twice to close the display menu.

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    Setting the language SE==INGS To set the language, NAVI 1 press the MENU button ?. DISPLAY The setup menu appears in the display. LANGUAGE 2 Mark and confirm the LANGUAGE menu item. CLOCK The available languages are displayed alphabetically. 3 Mark and confirm the language that you want. The language that you selected is loaded and then the menu is displayed in that language.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX 4 Select ON or OFF using the menu knob :. 5 Press the OK button ; or the ESC button = to accept the setting. The navi setup menu is displayed again. 6 Press the ESC button = twice to close the navi setup menu.

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    Configuring the optimum route (only TravelPilot E2) SE==INGS The TravelPilot E2 allows you to configure the optimum route yourself. To do so, NAVI you must adjust the relationship between “ f ast route” and “ s hort route” . The DISPLAY factory default setting is 40 to 60.

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    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Adjusting the clock SE==INGS The system normally sets the clock using the GPS signal. You will only have to NAVI set the current local time to the nearest five minutes once. DISPLAY Note: You can also set the local time here when switching from sum- LANGUAGE...

  • Page 89: Device Code

    Device code SE==INGS If you switch on a code-enabled device after it was disconnected from the vehi- CODE cle’ s power supply, you will have to enter the device code. You can also disable this code request feature. Activating / deactivating the code request feature 1 Press the MENU button ?.

  • Page 90: Installation, Installation Test

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Installation The installation menu contains all the necessary items for testing the TravelPilot E1/E2 and preparing it for operation. Installation test The installation test allows you to check whether the system is correctly receiv- ing signals from the sensors.

  • Page 91: Automatic Device Calibration

    You can start calibrating the device after the test. There are 2 options available to you for this. Automatic device calibration The TravelPilot E1/E2 must be calibrated after it is installed. Note: The navigation CD-ROM must already be inserted in the drive ins=all before you can do this.

  • Page 92: Manual Device Calibration, Radio Cd / Mp3 Cd Changer

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Manual device calibration ins=all You can also manually calibrate the device. You will be required to drive a route INST. TEST of at least 110 yards (100 metres) to 550 yards (500 metres) at a maximum AUTO CALIB speed of 18 mph (30 km/h).

  • Page 93: Glossary

    Corridor function New traffic reports can be updated without delay. The corridor function allows the TravelPilot E1/E2 to provide driv- The TravelPilot E1/E2 is capable of continuously receiving digital ing instructions even when the navigation CD is not present in traffic reports free of charge from TMC stations.

  • Page 94: Specifications

    INTRODUCTION NAVIGATION RADIO CD / MP3 CD CHANGER SETUP APPENDIX Specifications Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz Voltage supply Operating voltage: 10.8 - 14.4 V Pre-amp out Current consumption: max. 10 A 4 channels: Power consumption for 30 minutes after switching off: 550 mA typical Input sensitivity Standby current consumption: 12 mA CDC input:...

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    01-2185 11111 Spain 902-120234 916-467952 Sweden 08-7501500 08-7501810 Switzerland (CH) 01-8471644 01-8471650 Czech. Rep. (CZ) 02-6130 0441 02-6130 0514 Hungary 01-333 9575 01-324 8756 Poland (PL) 0800-118922 022-8771260 Turkey (TR) 0212-335 06 00 0212-346 00 40 Blaupunkt GmbH Printed in Germany...

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    TravelPilot E1/E2 An overview! Short press: Navigation Radio/CD: Search downwards / Skip to the previ- Long press: Traffic jam and route options ous track Navigation: Delete characters Short press: Radio mode, wavebands FM, MW and LW Radio/CD: Search upwards / Skip to the next track FM ·...

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