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<strong>ŠkodaAuto</strong><br />

<strong>AUTORÁDIO</strong> <strong>Melody</strong><br />

<strong>AUTO<strong>RADIO</strong></strong><br />

<strong>CAR</strong> <strong>RADIO</strong><br />

SIMPLY CLEVER


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General View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2<br />

Quick Reference Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3<br />

Important Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4<br />

General Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5<br />

Radio Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6<br />

Cassette Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9<br />

Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11<br />

Security Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16<br />

Operation with Multi-Function Steering Wheel* . .17<br />

Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18<br />

Technical Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19<br />

Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20<br />

Table of Contents<br />

Notes<br />

Dear customer,<br />

should you not have received a specific<br />

security code with your car radio, this<br />

means that your car is equipped with a<br />

comfort code system that does not<br />

require the input of a security code. In<br />

case of disconnection and reconnection<br />

of the car’s battery, first insert the ignition<br />

switch into the ignition lock and then<br />

switch on the car radio. Should you<br />

wish to receive a separate code, please<br />

contact the service department of your<br />

·koda dealership.<br />

The unit conforms to EMV protection<br />

requirements (EU Directive 89/336<br />

EWG and 93/68/EWG) according to<br />

standards EN 55013 and EN 55020.<br />

Note: the texts marked with * are applicable<br />

only to selected car models, or to cars with<br />

extra (optional) equipment.<br />

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General View<br />

2<br />

� � � � �22 � �23 � � �<br />

AUDIO<br />

�<br />

SCAN<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�21<br />

MELODY<br />

�<br />

CC<br />

�<br />


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Knob<br />

- On/Off (push) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5<br />

- Volume control (turn) . . . . . . . . .5<br />

- Other adjustments in various menus<br />

AUDIO<br />

- Treble and bass settings . . . . . .5<br />

GEOmetry<br />

- Tone control (balance, fader) . . .5<br />

A/F<br />

- AM/FM band selection . . . . . . . .6<br />

- Station memory selection . . . . . .6<br />

TP<br />

- Traffic announcement. . . . . . .6, 9<br />

- Recall of setup menu . . . . . . . .11<br />

Control buttons<br />

- Seek Up/Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7<br />

- Menu Up/Down . . . . . . . . . . . . 11<br />

1....6<br />

- Radio Station Buttons . . . . . . . .7<br />

AS<br />

- Auto Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7<br />

SCAN<br />

- Scan Frequency Range . . . . . . 7<br />

Flashing LED<br />

Cassette Slot . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9<br />

Cassette Eject,<br />

Direction Change . . . . . . . . . 9<br />

Cassette Operation . . . . . . . 9<br />

Quick Reference Guide<br />

Item Function Page Item Function Page Item Function Page<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

�<br />

Theft Protection . . . . . . . 4, 16<br />

Display:<br />

�<br />

TP: Traffic Station<br />

Tuned In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6<br />

FM1 Station Memory 1-6 . . . . . 6<br />

FM2 Station Memory 7-12 . . . . . 6<br />

LW/AM Station Memory 1-6<br />

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6<br />

AM2 LW/AM Station Memory<br />

7-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6<br />

Traffic Radio Station Memory<br />

1-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6<br />

Station Number . . . . . . . . . . 7<br />

Station Name/Frequency . . 8<br />

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Important<br />

Operating the radio Comfort Radio Code<br />

while driving<br />

Attention!<br />

When driving, please give<br />

absolute priority to focusing<br />

your attention on traffic!<br />

The demands of today’s road traffic<br />

require the constant full attention of<br />

motorists on driving.<br />

The extensive functionality of modern car<br />

radios provide, aside from a full complement<br />

of entertainment features, also a variety<br />

of information about traffic, weather<br />

conditions, etc.<br />

Please make sure that you<br />

operate your radio only when<br />

traffic conditions allow you to<br />

do so. Please note the following<br />

tips!<br />

• Familiarize yourself with the extensive<br />

functions of your car radio prior to<br />

driving, if necessary, consult this<br />

operation manual.<br />

• Please, change basic settings that are<br />

usually changed infrequently or only<br />

once, for instance, in the setup menu,<br />

prior to driving while the car is at a<br />

standstill.<br />

4<br />

• Should you experience uncertainties<br />

about the functions of the car radio or<br />

unforeseen effects, clarify these with the<br />

help of the operation manual while the<br />

car is at a standstill.<br />

• Adjust the sound volume inside the car<br />

so that you are able to hear acoustic<br />

signals from the outside at all times.<br />

Comfort Radio Code<br />

Your car radio is equipped with a specific<br />

security code. The input of the security<br />

code is required only at the time of initial<br />

operation of the radio in the car. After the<br />

initial input of the security code, the radio<br />

registers itself in the car in which it is<br />

installed. Therefore, the input of the code<br />

number is not required after the car’s<br />

voltage supply has been interrupted. In<br />

this case, the car radio automatically<br />

verifies the data of the car when the<br />

ignition is turned on. The renewed input<br />

of the security code is required only if the<br />

radio determines that it has been in<br />

stalled in a different car.<br />

Should you not have received<br />

a specific security code with<br />

your car radio, your car is<br />

equipped with a comfort code<br />

system that does not require<br />

the input of a security code.<br />

In case of disconnection and<br />

reconnection of the car’s battery,<br />

first insert the ignition<br />

switch into the ignition lock<br />

and then switch on the car<br />

radio. Should you wish to<br />

receive a separate code, please<br />

contact the service department<br />

of your ·koda dealership.<br />

Since the unit is able to function only<br />

after input of the correct code, it cannot<br />

be operated after being stolen and<br />

installed in another car, thus effectively<br />

protecting the radio against theft,<br />

When the car radio and the ignition are<br />

switched off, a flashing LED � indicates<br />

that the theft protection is activated.


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Push the knob � to switch the car radio on<br />

or off. The unit switches on and operates at<br />

the settings, such as treble, bass, balance,<br />

etc., that were active prior to switching off,<br />

with the exception of the volume, which is<br />

reduced to switch-on level as selected in the<br />

setup menu.<br />

Adjusting the volume<br />

When the radio is on, the knob � On/Off<br />

protrudes slightly from the front panel and<br />

permits adjustment of the volume.<br />

Adjust the volume by turning the knop �<br />

clockwise or counter-clockwise between<br />

Vol 0 and Vol 45.<br />

General<br />

Switching ON or OFF<br />

Adjusting the volume<br />

Adjusting the sound Geometry<br />

Sound adjustments<br />

Geometry (balance and fader)<br />

3<br />

2 AUDIO<br />

You are able to adjust the sound of your<br />

car radio according to your preference.<br />

Please note that the car radio permits and<br />

stores separate adjustments for radio<br />

reception and cassette operation.<br />

To adjust the sound, proceed as follows:<br />

Bass adjustment:<br />

• Press the AUDIO button � AUDIO. The<br />

The volume ration between the left and<br />

right speakers is adjusted with the balance<br />

function. The fader function is used to<br />

adjust the volume ratio between the front<br />

and rear speakers<br />

To adjust the geometry, proceed as<br />

follows:<br />

display shows BASS with the currently Balance:<br />

1<br />

set value.<br />

• Set the desired value between - 9 and + 9<br />

• Press the GEO button �. The display<br />

shows BAL with the currently set value.<br />

Switching ON or OFF<br />

by turning the knob �.<br />

• Set the desired balance from LEFT 9 to<br />

Treble adjustment:<br />

CENTER to RIGHT 9 by turning the knob �.<br />

• Press the AUDIO button � again (to Fader:<br />

adjust the treble from normal operation, • Press the GEO button � again (to adjust<br />

press AUDIO twice). The display shows the fader from normal operation, press �<br />

TRE with the currently set value.<br />

GEO twice). The display shows FAD with<br />

• Set the desired value between -9 and +9 the currently set value.<br />

by turning the knob �<br />

• Set the desired balance from REAR 9 to<br />

The radio stores the selected values and<br />

returns to normal operation after pressing<br />

CENTER to FRONT 9 by turning the<br />

knob �.<br />

button AUDIO � again or automatically 5 The radio stores the selected values and<br />

seconds after the last input.<br />

returns to normal operation after pressing<br />

button � GEOagain or automatically 5<br />

seconds after the last input.<br />

5<br />

GB


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Radio<br />

Selecting the Frequency Range<br />

Your car radio is equipped with separate<br />

tuners for FM and AM frequency bands. 6<br />

station memories each are available in FM<br />

modes FM1, FM2 and TP as well as in AM<br />

modes AM1 and AM2. The selected frequency<br />

is shown in the display at position<br />

When scanning the AM frequency band,<br />

the radio scans AM and LW frequencies in<br />

succession for stations with sufficient<br />

reception.<br />

Switching between AM and<br />

FM:<br />

• Keep the � depressed briefly to switch<br />

between AM and FM modes. The radio<br />

will return to the last tuned-in station.<br />

6<br />

21 20<br />

MELO<br />

Switching between FM1 and FM2<br />

(display = FM) :<br />

• Press the � briefly to switch between<br />

modes FM1 (station memories 1 to 6)<br />

and FM2 (station memories 7 to 12). The<br />

radio returns to last station that was<br />

listened to in each area.<br />

Switching between AM1 and AM2<br />

(display = AM):<br />

• Press the � briefly to switch between<br />

modes AM1 and AM2. The radio returns<br />

to last station that was listened to in each<br />

area.<br />

Switching to TP<br />

(display = TP):<br />

• Press the � briefly to switch to TP<br />

mode (Traffic Program). When this<br />

mode is selected, the radio is ready to<br />

receive (Traffic Announcements).<br />

In this mode, the radio is only able to receive<br />

FM stations with traffic announcements.<br />

Traffic announcements are played at a<br />

minimum volume as previously set in the<br />

setup menu. Traffic announcements also<br />

interrupt cassette play.<br />

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After the end of a traffic announcement,<br />

the radio returns to the previously<br />

selected operating mode.<br />

TP stations are identified in the display<br />

by the indicator TP �. The reception of<br />

a traffic announcement is indicated in the<br />

display by INFO PRGNAME.<br />

Should the tuned-in TP station be out of<br />

range, this is indicated in the display by<br />

NO TP. The radio will now automatically<br />

tune in the next receivable TP station.<br />

This is indicated in the display by NO TP<br />

TP SEEK.<br />

Should you not wish to receive traffic<br />

announcements, please tune in the desired<br />

station in one of the FM modes (FM1 or<br />

FM2).


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Tuning Preset Station Memory<br />

By station preset button<br />

• A stored station is selected by briefly<br />

pressing a station preset button �. The<br />

selected station is indicated in the<br />

display .<br />

Seek<br />

• The seek function is started in the<br />

selected direction by briefly pressing the<br />

control button � �� or ��. The unit<br />

now searches for the next receivable<br />

station in the selected frequency range,<br />

FM, AM or TP. In the TP range, the<br />

radio only stops at TP stations.<br />

Manual tuning<br />

• Briefly press the control button � � or �.<br />

The tuned frequency is displayed.<br />

Holding the button depressed changes<br />

the frequency upwards or downwards<br />

until the button is released.<br />

Scan<br />

• Press the button SCAN � briefly to<br />

scan all receivable stations in sequence<br />

for a few seconds. When the desired<br />

station is heard, press the button again<br />

to stop the scanning function.<br />

SCAN<br />

9<br />

8<br />

21<br />

22<br />

Storing stations in the preset memory<br />

The 6 preset station buttons allow you to<br />

store max. 30 stations in the respective<br />

frequency bands:<br />

AM1 + AM2 = 12 stations<br />

FM1 + FM2 = 12 stations<br />

TP = 6 stations<br />

Preset stations can be recalled by briefly<br />

pressing the corresponding preset station<br />

button �.<br />

Manual storing<br />

•To store the currently tuned station in the<br />

preset station memory of the currently<br />

selected frequency range AM1, AM2<br />

FM1, FM2 or TP, press the corresponding<br />

preset station memory button and hold it<br />

depressed for a few seconds. The sound<br />

CC<br />

7 7 6<br />

Radio<br />

will cut out and come back on and, if this<br />

function is enabled in the Setup Menu, a<br />

BEEP will be heard to confirm the<br />

storing procedure.<br />

The stored station can now be recalled at<br />

any time by pressing the corresponding<br />

preset station button �.<br />

Autostore<br />

(applies to FM2, AM2, TP only)<br />

• Start the Autostore function by pressing<br />

the � and holding it depressed for a<br />

few seconds.<br />

The radio now automatically stores the<br />

six strongest stations in the selected<br />

frequency range (FM2, TP or AM2). The<br />

function is indicated in the display by<br />

STORE.<br />

7<br />

GB


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Radio<br />

RDS Functions<br />

RDS (Radio Data System) enables<br />

displaying the name of the currently received<br />

station .<br />

While on the road, RDS automatically<br />

searches for and tunes in alternate<br />

frequencies, if the reception of the selected<br />

station becomes weaker, in order to<br />

guarantee the best possible reception<br />

within the region of the station, even<br />

under difficult conditions .<br />

Storing RDS Stations<br />

• To store an RDS station, press the<br />

corresponding preset station button �<br />

only after the station name appears in<br />

the display. This assures that all RDS<br />

data have been received and, if required,<br />

are stored in the memory.<br />

• Also make certain that no "running text”<br />

is displayed during storing, since<br />

otherwise this text is stored instead of<br />

the station name.<br />

When a stored RDS station is recalled,<br />

the corresponding station name<br />

appears in the display.<br />

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If the stored frequency cannot be received,<br />

the radio will automatically select an<br />

alternate frequency (best station function)<br />

of the same station.<br />

General notes<br />

In case of difficult reception conditions,<br />

for instance, in mountainous terrain, the<br />

unit will frequently check alternate<br />

frequencies. When this is in progress, the<br />

radio may be muted briefly.<br />

Function principle of RDS<br />

In addition to the normal radio signal, an<br />

RDS station broadcasts an inaudible, digital<br />

data stream. This data stream contains,<br />

among others, the following data:<br />

Station identification (SI Code):<br />

The SI code enables the radio to detect<br />

the name of the currently received station<br />

Station Service Name (SS Code):<br />

The SS code transmits the station name<br />

to be shown in the display.<br />

Some stations transmit additional<br />

information via the SS code to be shown<br />

in the display.<br />

Alternate frequencies (AF list):<br />

As a rule, a station broadcasts from<br />

several different locations on various<br />

different frequencies.<br />

The AF list contains the frequencies that<br />

the radio may tune in for this station.<br />

Traffic Radio code<br />

(TP Code = Traffic Program; display = � TP):<br />

Code for a station with traffic<br />

announcements.<br />

Announcement code<br />

(TA = Traffic Announcement):<br />

The radio is able to detect a traffic<br />

announcement by means of the TA code.<br />

If required, the volume is increased and<br />

cassette operation is temporarily<br />

interrupted.<br />

EON (Enhanced Information Concerning<br />

Other Networks)<br />

Stations that use EON adopt traffic<br />

announcements from another station.<br />

During the broadcast of the traffic<br />

announcement the name of the other<br />

station is shown in the display


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Cassette Deck<br />

Play Fast forward and reverse Ejecting the cassette<br />

Autoreverse function<br />

Play<br />

MELODY 11<br />

an audio cassette, with the tape side<br />

facing to the right, into the cassette slot<br />

�. This starts the cassette mode, which<br />

is indicated in the display by TAPE<br />

PLAY and the corresponding tape direction<br />

FOR or REV.<br />

Autoreverse function<br />

Thanks to the autoreverse function there<br />

is no need to turn the cassette over when<br />

the end of the tape is reached. The<br />

cassette drive detects the end of the tape<br />

and automatically reverses the direction.<br />

To change the direction of play<br />

manually, briefly press the button � �.<br />

12<br />

MEL<br />

Fast forward and reverse<br />

While the cassette is being played, press<br />

the button � �� (fast reverse) or �<br />

�� (fast forward) to wind the tape correspondingly.<br />

Fast forward or reverse is indicated in the<br />

display by WIND and the corresponding<br />

direction FOR or REV. Depending on<br />

the settings of the setup menu (RM),<br />

during fast forward or reverse the unit<br />

switches to the radio mode or is muted.<br />

At the end of the tape, the fast forward or<br />

reverse winding is stopped automatically<br />

and playback of the tape is resumed.<br />

To cancel fast forward or reverse<br />

winding manually, press the button<br />

� CC.<br />

CC<br />

13<br />

Switching to radio mode<br />

Press the � A/P or � TP to switch<br />

from cassette to radio mode.<br />

The cassette is not ejected.<br />

Restart cassette playback by briefly pressing<br />

the � CC.<br />

Ejecting the cassette<br />

To eject the cassette while the unit is in<br />

cassette mode, press the button � �,<br />

keeping it depressed for a few seconds.<br />

The cassette is ejected and the unit<br />

switched to the radio mode.<br />

6<br />

9<br />

GB


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Cassette Deck<br />

Traffic announcements Cleaning the magnetic head<br />

Tips on cassette use<br />

Cassette mode and<br />

traffic announcements<br />

If the radio was in TP mode prior to<br />

insertion of the cassette, the cassette<br />

playback is temporarily interrupted and<br />

the unit switched to the radio mode for<br />

the duration of traffic announcements.<br />

After the traffic announcement, the unit<br />

automatically resumes playback of the<br />

cassette.<br />

Tips on cassette use<br />

• For the best possible playback results,<br />

we recommend the use of chrome<br />

dioxide or metal cassettes with a<br />

maximum running time of 90 minutes<br />

(C90) or less (C60).<br />

• Do not affix any stickers on the cassette<br />

case. Owing to heat during cassette<br />

operation these stickers may come<br />

loose and impair the operation of the<br />

cassette drive.<br />

10<br />

• Do not expose cassettes for longer periods<br />

of time to extremely low temperatures<br />

(below -10°C) or high temperatures<br />

(above +50°C).<br />

• Keep in mind that, in sunny weather,<br />

temperatures inside the car may be<br />

considerably higher than those outside<br />

the car. For that reason, avoid exposing<br />

your cassettes to direct sunlight.<br />

• Store audio cassettes in their cases. On<br />

the one hand, this protects them<br />

against dust and, on the other hand, it<br />

prevents "binding” of the tape caused<br />

by the vibrations of the moving car, thus<br />

preventing disturbances during playback.<br />

We also recommend the use of original<br />

cassette storage systems with spool<br />

arresting devices, which are available for<br />

most car models.<br />

Cleaning the magnetic<br />

head<br />

Should the playback start to sound dull<br />

after a prolonged period of use, this is<br />

probably due to tape abrasion accumulated<br />

on the magnetic head.<br />

The accumulation of dirt on the magnetic<br />

head can be removed by using a wet<br />

cleaning cassette.<br />

Use only cleaning cassettes by reputable<br />

manufacturers and observe the<br />

instructions for use supplied by the<br />

cassette manufacturer.<br />

We recommend cleaning of the magnetic<br />

head after every 100 hours of operation.<br />

Depending on the kind of cassettes used,<br />

cleaning of the magnetic head may be<br />

necessary in shorter intervals.


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6<br />

• Access the setup menu by pressing the<br />

button TP �, keeping it depressed for<br />

a few seconds.<br />

Here, you are able to input special<br />

settings, such as operation of the car<br />

radio in connection with a mobile phone.<br />

• Scroll through the individual menu items<br />

by repeatedly pressing the button TP<br />

� or the control buttons �, ��, �� or<br />

� �.<br />

The change of menu items is indicated<br />

by an acoustic signal, provided you have<br />

not disabled this feature in the menu<br />

setup (BEEP).<br />

• To change a menu item, turn the knob<br />

�. The new value is stored when the<br />

next menu item is selected.<br />

5<br />

1<br />

AUDIO<br />

• To leave the setup menu without<br />

changing the last selected menu item,<br />

press the button TP �, keeping it<br />

depressed for a few seconds<br />

Attention:<br />

Changes in the setup menu<br />

affect the general function<br />

of your car radio and<br />

should, for safety reasons,<br />

only be made when the car<br />

is at a standstill!<br />

Setup Menu<br />

The following functions can be set in the<br />

setup menu:<br />

• GALA speed-controlled<br />

volume adjustment<br />

• ON VOL maximum switchon<br />

volume<br />

• TA VOL minimum volume<br />

for traffic<br />

announcements<br />

• PH VOL volume for<br />

mobile phone<br />

• EX VOL volume for<br />

external audio<br />

source<br />

• AUTO REG regional station<br />

on/off<br />

• BEEP beep sound<br />

on/off<br />

• RM Muting during<br />

cassette mode<br />

• LOUD Loudness off/on<br />

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Setup Menu<br />

GALA<br />

The noise level inside the car rises with<br />

increasing speed. Your radio is equipped<br />

with a feature called GALA (Geschwindigkeits-Abhängige–Lautstärke-Anpassung)<br />

that automatically adjusts the volume to<br />

make up for road and wind noise as you<br />

drive. The amount of volume increase<br />

can be pre-selected with settings 1 to 9.<br />

The setting NO<br />

disables the GALA function.<br />

• Select GALA from the menu. GALA<br />

will appear in the display, showing the<br />

currently set value.<br />

• Set the desired value (NO to 9),<br />

by turning the knob �.<br />

• Briefly press the button TP � or the<br />

control button �� � to store the<br />

displayed value and access the next<br />

menu item,<br />

or<br />

o close the setup menu without storing<br />

the change by pressing the button TP<br />

�, keeping it depressed for a few<br />

seconds.<br />

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ON VOL<br />

This menu item is used to set the<br />

maximum volume when the radio is<br />

switched on. Normally, the radio returns<br />

to the last volume setting before it was<br />

switched off. However. should this<br />

volume level setting exceed the<br />

maximum volume level set in the setup<br />

menu, it is reduced to this value.<br />

• Select ON VOL from the menu. ON<br />

VOL will appear in the display,<br />

showing the currently set value.<br />

• Set the desired value (NO or 1 to 9),<br />

by turning the knob �.<br />

• Briefly press the button TP � or the<br />

control button �� � to store the<br />

displayed value and access the next<br />

menu item,<br />

or<br />

o close the setup menu without storing<br />

the change by pressing the button TP<br />

�, keeping it depressed for a few<br />

seconds.<br />

TA VOL<br />

This menu item is used to set the minimum<br />

volume for traffic announcements. In the<br />

TP mode, this causes the radio, if<br />

necessary, to raise the volume when a<br />

traffic announcement is received. In this<br />

way, you are able to drive with the radio<br />

volume turned down without missing any<br />

traffic announcements.<br />

• Select TA VOL from the menu. TA<br />

VOL will appear in the display,<br />

showing the currently set value.<br />

• Set the desired value (1 to 45),<br />

by turning the knob �.<br />

• Briefly press the button TP � or the<br />

control button �� � to store the<br />

displayed value and access the next<br />

menu item,<br />

or<br />

o close the setup menu without storing<br />

the change by pressing the button TP<br />

�, keeping it depressed for a few<br />

seconds.


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PH VOL<br />

If you use the car’s speakers for your<br />

mobile phone, this menu item is used to<br />

set the listening volume of your mobile<br />

phone.<br />

• Select PH VOL from the menu. PH<br />

VOL will appear in the display,<br />

showing the currently set value.<br />

• Set the desired value (NO to 45),<br />

by turning the knob �.<br />

• Briefly press the button TP � or the<br />

control button �� � to store the<br />

displayed value and access the next<br />

menu item,<br />

or<br />

o close the setup menu without storing<br />

the change by pressing the button TP<br />

�, keeping it depressed for a few<br />

seconds.<br />

EX VOL<br />

This menu item is used to set the volume<br />

of an additional external audio source.<br />

• Select EX VOL from the menu. EX<br />

VOL will appear in the display,<br />

showing the currently set value.<br />

• Set the desired value (1 to 45),<br />

by turning the knob �.<br />

• Briefly press the button TP � or the<br />

control button �� � to store the<br />

displayed value and access the next<br />

menu item,<br />

or<br />

o close the setup menu without storing<br />

the change by pressing the button TP<br />

�, keeping it depressed for a few<br />

seconds.<br />

Setup Menu<br />

AUTO-REG/REG OFF<br />

This menu item is used to enable or disable<br />

switching to alternate frequencies of<br />

regional programs. The setting has the<br />

following effect: should the reception<br />

quality of the radio broadcast deteriorate<br />

while on the road, your radio will initially<br />

switch to alternate frequencies of the<br />

currently heard program only. Should all<br />

alternate stations be out of range, the<br />

radio will then switch to a "related”<br />

program.<br />

For example, the radio station NDR 1<br />

broadcasts different regional programs<br />

for Schleswig-Holstein (NDR 1 SH),<br />

Hamburg (NDR 1 HH) and Lower Saxony<br />

(NDR 1 NDS).<br />

Since these programs at times broadcast<br />

different regional content, a frequency<br />

change may also result in a program<br />

change.<br />

When the function "AUTO-REG”<br />

(autonomous regional programs) is<br />

enabled, the radio switches to regional<br />

programs only if nothing else is available.<br />

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Setup Menu<br />

REG OFF<br />

The setting „REG OFF“ allows unrestricted<br />

switching between "related” regional<br />

programs.<br />

• Select AUTO-REG/REG OFF from<br />

the menu. AUTO-REG/REG OFF will<br />

appear in the display, showing the currently<br />

set value.<br />

• Set the function as desired to<br />

AUTO-REG or REG OFF by<br />

turning the knob �.<br />

• Briefly press the button TP �or the<br />

control button �� � to store the<br />

displayed selection and access the next<br />

menu item,<br />

or<br />

o close the setup menu without storing<br />

the change by pressing the button TP<br />

�, keeping it depressed for a few<br />

seconds.<br />

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BEEP<br />

This menu item lets you enable or disable<br />

a „BEEP“ as an audible signal to confirm<br />

storing a station or changing a function.<br />

• Select BEEP from the menu. BEEP<br />

will appear in the display, showing the<br />

currently set value.<br />

• Set the function as desired to ON or<br />

OFF by turning the knob �.<br />

• Briefly press the button TP � or the<br />

control button �� � to store the<br />

displayed selection and access the next<br />

menu item,<br />

or<br />

o close the setup menu without storing<br />

the change by pressing the button TP<br />

�, keeping it depressed for a few<br />

seconds.<br />

RM (Radio Modus)<br />

This menu item lets you choose whether<br />

or not your radio should switch to the<br />

radio mode (RM ON) or should be muted<br />

(RM OFF) while you are fast forwarding<br />

or reversing a cassette tape.<br />

• Select RM from the menu. RM will<br />

appear in the display, showing the<br />

currently set value.<br />

• Set the function as desired to ON or<br />

OFF by turning the knob �.<br />

• Briefly press the button TP � or the<br />

control button �� � to store the<br />

displayed selection and access the next<br />

menu item,<br />

or<br />

o close the setup menu without storing<br />

the change by pressing the button TP<br />

�, keeping it depressed for a few<br />

seconds.


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LOUD<br />

The human ear perceives extremely high<br />

or low frequencies not as well as<br />

frequencies in the center of the audible<br />

range. The loudness function<br />

compensates this weakness by slightly<br />

raising the low and high frequencies,<br />

particularly when listening to music at low<br />

volume.<br />

• Select LOUD from the menu. LOUD<br />

will appear in the display, showing the<br />

currently set value.<br />

• Set the function as desired to ON or<br />

OFF by turning the knob �.<br />

• Briefly press the button TP � or the<br />

control button �� � to store the<br />

displayed selection and access the next<br />

menu item,<br />

or<br />

o close the setup menu without storing<br />

the change by pressing the button TP<br />

�, keeping it depressed for a few<br />

seconds.<br />

Setup Menu<br />

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Security Code<br />

Security Code<br />

When the radio is switched off and the<br />

ignition key is removed from the ignition<br />

lock, the flashing LED � indicates that<br />

the theft protection system is armed. This<br />

theft protection electronically prevents the<br />

operation of the radio in another car.<br />

Should you not have received a specific<br />

security code with your car radio, your<br />

car is equipped with a comfort code<br />

system that does not require the input of<br />

a security code. In case of disconnection<br />

and reconnection of the car’s battery, first<br />

insert the ignition switch into the ignition<br />

lock and then switch on the car radio.<br />

Should you wish to receive a separate<br />

code, please contact the service<br />

department of your Skoda dealership.<br />

Comfort Radio Code<br />

When the radio is switched on for the first<br />

time after installation, the comfort radio<br />

code feature stores the code number not<br />

only in the radio, but also in the electronic<br />

system of the car. Should the power<br />

supply of the car be interrupted and<br />

reconnected, the radio compares the<br />

internal number with the number stored<br />

in the car.<br />

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If these numbers match, the radio is<br />

immediately ready for operation. Should<br />

the numbers not match, the radio<br />

prompts the user to input the security<br />

code.<br />

The code number should not be<br />

kept in the car, but in a safe<br />

place at home. Only then the<br />

radio will be of no use for<br />

thief.<br />

Entering the code<br />

Please be certain to observe the correct<br />

input sequence and input the correct code<br />

number. Also refer to page 4, "Comfort<br />

Radio Code".<br />

• Switch the radio on. SAFE will appear in<br />

the display.<br />

• After about 3 seconds, the display<br />

shows 1000.<br />

• Now, input the first digit of the code using<br />

preset station button 1 �.<br />

• Repeat the above step for the other<br />

three digits of the code, using preset<br />

station buttons 2 to 4 �, until you have<br />

entered the complete code number.<br />

• Confirm the input of the code by<br />

pressing the control button � �,<br />

keeping it depressed for about 2<br />

seconds, or by pressing control button<br />

�� �. The radio is now ready for<br />

operation<br />

Incorrect Code<br />

If you have inadvertently entered an<br />

incorrect code, the indication SAFE will<br />

flash in the display. After a few seconds,<br />

the display will change to 1000. Now,<br />

repeat the input of the code as described<br />

above. Should once again an incorrect<br />

code be entered, the radio will be locked<br />

electronically for one hour.<br />

After one hour (the radio must remain<br />

switched on during this time), you can<br />

re-enter the code number once again, as<br />

described above.<br />

This cycle can be repeated until the<br />

correct code is entered.<br />

Should you have forgotten or misplaced<br />

your security code, please contact the<br />

customer service department of your<br />

·koda dealership.


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Multi-Function Steering Wheel<br />

(MFSW)<br />

If your car is equipped with an optional<br />

multi-function steering wheel (MFSW),<br />

some of the radio functions may also be<br />

operated from the buttons on the steering<br />

wheel without taking your hands off the<br />

wheel.<br />

You will find a description in the Owner's<br />

Manual of your vehicle.<br />

Operation with Multi-Function Steering Wheel*<br />

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Warranty<br />

Warranty<br />

This automobile radio system is<br />

covered by the same guarantees as<br />

those valid for new cars.<br />

Damages caused by incorrect operation<br />

or handling of the radio or by inexpert<br />

repair attempts are not covered by the<br />

warranty. Moreover, there may not be any<br />

external damage to the radio.<br />

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Technical features<br />

General<br />

Connections<br />

Aktive Antenne, Mobiltelefon, AUX<br />

Display<br />

Frequency range, station name, frequency,<br />

preset station button, traffic program<br />

(TP), cassette mode, phone mode, AUX<br />

Illumination<br />

Operating elements and display illuminated<br />

in night design when the car’s lights are<br />

on. Brightness adjustable together with<br />

dashboard lighting.<br />

Theft protection<br />

Electronic locking of the unit. If the unit<br />

is installed in another car, it can only be<br />

operated after the correct security code is<br />

entered.<br />

Noise suppression<br />

Specially designed noise suppression<br />

devices to a large extent eliminate all<br />

interference impulses from the engine<br />

and other parts of the electrical system,<br />

such as the heating fan, windshield<br />

wiper, radiator fan, etc.<br />

Radio<br />

Frequency bands<br />

FM, AM<br />

Six preset station buttons for AM1,<br />

AM2, FM1, FM2 and TP. Manual tuning<br />

up and down, PLL tuning.<br />

Source selection<br />

After the radio is switched on, the last<br />

selected sound source (radio reception or<br />

cassette deck) is automatically selected.<br />

Automatic return to the last tuned-in station<br />

in radio mode (last station memory).<br />

Traffic program<br />

Automatic scan, automatic traffic<br />

announcements<br />

At a Glance<br />

Cassette deck<br />

Wear resistant high-performance magnetic<br />

head, fast forward and reverse, automatic<br />

pause and switching to radio mode at<br />

traffic announcements, autoreverse.<br />

Audio<br />

maximum output<br />

4 x 20 Watts<br />

Playback<br />

Stereo (radio and cassette deck), active<br />

sound control, loudness, fader integrated<br />

in radio.<br />

Subject to change and printing errors.<br />

Reprinting, reproduction or translation<br />

prohibited without the express consent of<br />

·koda Auto a.s.<br />

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Index<br />

A<br />

AF list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8<br />

Alternate frequencies . . . . . . . . . . . . .8<br />

AM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6<br />

AM button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6<br />

Automatic/manual storing . . . . . . . . . .7<br />

Automatic noise suppression . . . . . .19<br />

Automatic storing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7<br />

B<br />

Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5<br />

Bass adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5<br />

C<br />

Cassette ejection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9<br />

Cassette mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9<br />

Code number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4<br />

Comfort code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 16<br />

Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19<br />

D<br />

Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3<br />

F<br />

Fader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5<br />

Fast forward/reverse . . . . . . . . . . . . .9<br />

Flashing LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16<br />

FM button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6<br />

Frequency ranges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6<br />

20<br />

G<br />

General view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2<br />

Geometry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5<br />

I<br />

Illumination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19<br />

L<br />

LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4, 16<br />

M<br />

Manual scanning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7<br />

Manual storing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7<br />

O<br />

Output power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19<br />

P<br />

Playback (cassette) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9<br />

Preset station buttons . . . . . . . . . . . .7<br />

Q<br />

Quick reference guide . . . . . . . . . . . .3<br />

R<br />

RDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8<br />

Regional stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12<br />

S<br />

Scan (radio mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7<br />

SCV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5<br />

Security code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16<br />

Serial number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16<br />

Setup menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14<br />

SI code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8<br />

Sound adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5<br />

SS code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8<br />

Storing RDS stations . . . . . . . . . . . . .8<br />

Switch-on volume (ON VOL) . . . . . .12<br />

T<br />

TA code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8<br />

Technical features . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19<br />

TP code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8<br />

Traffic announcements . . . . . . . . . .6, 8<br />

Treble adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5<br />

W<br />

Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18


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