How does the speed-dependent volume control work

Speed-dependent volume control on CDR2005

Does anyone know how it works with the speed-dependent volume control on the CDR2005? How do you hire them?

Apparently the radio can do that, but I couldn't find the instruction manual or the menu item.

Unfortunately, my FOH did not send me any operating instructions for the radio. Since that was over a year ago, I don't get any more either. :(

BlackTM said: "Look in the menu for SVDC, I think that's what it called itself in 2005."

But there is no menu button on my radio!

Here is a link from bochen: http://www.motor-talk.de/attachment.php/cdr2005.jpg?s=&postid=5896183

I have the exact same radio.

My FOH said that I should buy an instruction manual for 10 € because it doesn't know that either.

Does anyone here happen to have the instruction manual and can look it up for me?

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As far as I know, the volume cannot be adjusted separately. The radio automatically increases the volume slightly in several permanently programmed steps from a certain speed.

Yes, that's right, I mistook something for the other old radios.

Then I am of the same opinion as SoD.

MfG BlackTM

I've just answered that here, but I'm also happy not to OT here.

I have the CCR2006 and am writing this from memory. Maybe it's not quite true, but almost certainly.

With the radio switched on, you have to press and hold the "AS" button (it could also be a different one!) Until you hear a confirmation tone. The display then changes and shows something like "SC-VOL 0". You can then use the arrow keys to set this value from -3 to +3. The situation is similar with the TA volume (press and hold TA). I think you have to press the button again until you hear an acknowledgment tone in order to save the value.

The EXT-IN volume can also be changed, but I don't know how by heart. I would have to look there. It was kind of like "switch off the radio, press and hold the button, switch on the radio".

Does your FOH no longer have a car with the CDR2005 in the yard? You could just look at the instructions and maybe even copy them quickly. That's just a couple of pages.

greeting

Achim

Do you speak English ? : D: D http://vauxhall.co.uk/media/audioManuals/cdr2005_2002.pdf

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Hold down the tuner button (the semicircular below) until you hear a beep. Then press the arrow keys on SD volume +4 or +5 (depending on how loud you want) and press 3 sel to confirm on Tuner

Finished:)

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Originally written by BlackTM

Yes, that's right, I mistook something for the other old radios.

Then I am of the same opinion as SoD.

MfG BlackTM

Not correct!!!!

Fortunately, the FOH where I bought the GTS is much more accommodating.

I just phoned him and got the answer right away.

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Long press the tuner button until you hear a beep.

A number appears in the display: 0-7

0 is minimium

7 is maximum

Press the corresponding number and confirm with the tuner button.

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Despite the fact that it was over a year ago, the FOH made no effort, just sent me the operating instructions. I call that service. If he were just a little closer, the other FOH wouldn't see me at all.

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Originally written by Schelper

Do you speak English ? : D: D http://vauxhall.co.uk/media/audioManuals/cdr2005_2002.pdf

Page 18

Hold down the tuner button (the semicircular below) until you hear a beep. Then press the arrow keys on SD volume +4 or +5 (depending on how loud you want) and press 3 sel to confirm on Tuner

Finished:)

There was probably one faster. Thank you: D

1.) Yes, I do - the vauxhall page loaded for 3 minutes and I first had to switch on my English - German update in my head: D

2.) Correctly answered question of at least 2 within 17 minutes - that should be record-breaking, right? : D: D

3.) @ GTS-WN Your FOH is in the Top10 of the best right? ;)

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Originally written by Schelper

1.) Oh yes - the vauxhall page loaded for 3 minutes and I first had to switch on my English - German update in my head: D

Why doesn't it occur to me to look into my own FAQ post.

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2.) Correctly answered question of at least 2 within 17 minutes - that should be record-breaking, right? : D: D

Ohhh .. slowly. Make it 10pm. Look here.

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3.) @ GTS-WN Your FOH is in the Top10 of the best right? ;)

As now, first he asks 10 euros for the operating instructions (where is yours anyway?), Then he says and now he sends you one? Turning neck?

MfG BlackTM

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Originally written by BlackTM

As now, first he asks 10 euros for the operating instructions (where is yours anyway?), Then he says and now he sends you one? Turning neck?

It was about two different FOHs.

greeting

Achim

FOHs

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Originally written by general1977

It was about two different FOHs.

greeting

Achim

I bought my GTS from Weller in Bietigheim.

Since I work in Stuttgart, I always brought him to the Staiger when there were problems.

My first request went to the Staiger. They didn't want to give me any information over the phone and just said that I should buy an instruction manual. You could send me one for € 10.

Then I thought, even if I haven't been to Weller for a long time (1.2 years), just give me a call and ask.

I have stated 2 things:

First of all, the employees on the phone are much friendlier and secondly, you are served very quickly without grumbling.

The operating instructions will be sent to you in the mail free of charge within 2 days.

I'd rather go to the Weller.

Unfortunately I have to drive 25 km in the opposite direction to the Weller and then 45 km by train to the shop. In the evening the whole game reversed.

In Korb near Waiblingen there is an Opel dealer and in Grunbach (Irmscher). Maybe I'll go there in the future.

Re: FOHs

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I'd rather go to the Weller.

Unfortunately I have to drive 25 km in the opposite direction to the Weller and then 45 km by train to the shop. In the evening the whole game reversed.

For me, a visit to them is always a detour of 80km - I'll say it for the last time: D IT'S WORTH IT !!

Re: FOHs

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Originally written by GTS-WN

I'd rather go to the Weller.

Unfortunately, I have to drive 25 km in the opposite direction to the Weller and then 45 km by train to the shop. In the evening the whole game reversed.

Hello!

Also from me the advice, better drive a few KM further and have a really good FOH!

I live in / with HN and bring my Vecci to Autohaus Broglin in Sinsheim. When I call them to make an appointment, they always ask me: "Oh yes, sir ... you need a replacement car?" Mostly it is "just" a Corsa, but for the few hours it is easy enough, and apart from filling up in the evening, that's it. And that, although sometimes it is already 200 km / day ...

Greetings Andy