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BMW Motorrad Rider'sManual BMWMotorradaudiosystem The Ultimate Riding Machine Motorcycle data/dealership details Motorcycle data Model Vehicle identification number Colour code Date of first registration Registration number Dealership details Person to contact in Service department Ms/Mr Phone number Dealership address/phone number (com- pany stamp) Details described or illustrated in this booklet may differ from the motorcycle's actual specifica- tion as purchased, the accessor- ies fitted or the national-market specification. No claims will be entertained as a result of such discrepancies. Dimensions, weights, fuel con- sumption and performance data are quoted to the customary tol- erances. The right to modify designs, equipment and accessories is reserved. Errors and omissions excepted. © 2010 BMW Motorrad Not to be reproduced either wholly or in part without written permission from BMW Motorrad, After Sales. Printed in Germany. BMW recommends Order No.: 01 41 8 528 481 12.2010, 1st edition *01418528481* *01418528481* *01418528481* Welcome to BMW We are delighted that you have chosen a BMW Motorrad audio system. Familiarise yourself with the controls before you take to the road, so that you will be able to operate the system safely in traffic. These operating instructions con- tain the information you need, so please study them carefully. If you have questions concerning this audio system, your author- ised BMW Motorrad dealer will gladly provide advice and assist- ance. We hope that you will enjoy rid- ing your BMW and that all your journeys will be pleasant and safe. BMW Motorrad. Table of Contents You can also consult the index at the end of this Rider's Manual if you want to find a particular topic or item of information. 1 General instructions .... 5 Overview ..................... 6 Abbreviations and symbols ...................... 6 Technical data ............... 6 Currency ..................... 6 2 General views............ 7 Overall view .................. 8 Operating panel .............. 9 multi-controller .............. 10 Multifunction display ........ 11 Stowage compartment ...... 12 3 General operation ...... 13 Switching on audio sys- tem ......................... 14 Switching off audio sys- tem ......................... 14 Selecting playback source....................... 14 Volume...................... 15 Tone settings ............... 17 4 Radio .................... 19 Selecting frequency band ........................ 20 Finding and saving radio sta- tions......................... 20 Calling up stations saved in memory ..................... 22 Reception settings .......... 23 5 Satellite radio........... 27 Satellite radio................ 28 Subscribing to channels..... 28 Multifunction display ........ 28 Signal strength .............. 28 Selecting channel informa- tion.......................... 28 Selecting category and channel...................... 29 Saving channel .............. 30 Calling up channel saved in memory ..................... 31 Viewing serial number....... 33 Status reports ............... 33 6 External media play- ers........................ 35 Requirements ............... 36 Connecting audio device .... 36 Media storage devices as playback devices ............ 37 iPod playback ............... 38 Other playback devices ..... 38 Media storage device and Apple iPod .................. 38 7 Bluetooth................ 41 Bluetooth.................... 42 Playback via helmet ......... 42 Switching Bluetooth function on and off ................... 42 Pairing....................... 43 Pairing....................... 44 Additional functions ......... 45 8 Technical data .......... 47 Radio........................ 48 MP3......................... 48 Bluetooth.................... 49 External audio devices ...... 49 Loudspeaker ................ 49 9 Index..................... 50 General instructions General instructions Overview ............................ 6 Abbreviations and symbols .......... 6 Technical data ....................... 6 Currency............................. 6 1 5 z General instructions Overview An important aspect of this Rider's Manual is that it can be used as for quick reference. Consulting the extensive index at the end of this Rider's Manual is the fastest and easiest way to locate a particular topic or item of information. When the time comes to sell your BMW, please remember to hand over this Rider's Manu- al; it is an important part of the motorcycle. Abbreviations and symbols Indicates warnings that you must comply with for reas- ons of your safety and the safety of others, and to protect your motorcycle against damage. Specific instructions on how to operate, control, ad- just or look after items of equip- ment on the motorcycle. Indicates the end of an item of information. Instruction. Result of an activity. Reference to a page with more detailed informa- tion. Indicates the end of a passage relating to spe- cific accessories or items of equipment. Tightening torque. Item of technical data. Technical data All dimensions, weights and power ratings stated in the Rider's Manual are quoted to the standards and comply with the tolerance requirements of the Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V. (DIN). Versions for individual countries may differ. Currency The high safety and quality standards of BMW motorcycles are maintained by constant development work on designs, equipment and accessories. Because of this, your motorcycle may differ from the information supplied in the Rider's Manual. Nor can BMW Motorrad entirely rule out errors and omissions. We hope you will appreciate that no claims can be entertained on the basis of the data, illustrations or descriptions in this manual. 1 6 z General instructions General views General views Overall view.......................... 8 Operating panel...................... 9 multi-controller...................... 10 Multifunction display ................ 11 Stowage compartment ............. 12 2 7 z General views Overall view 1 Loudspeaker 2 Multifunction display ( 11) 3 Stowage compartment with connector ( 12) 4 Operating panel ( 9) 5 multi-controller ( 10) 2 8 z General views Operating panel 1 Switch on the audio sys- tem ( 14). Switch off the audio sys- tem ( 14). Mute (MUTE) ( 16). 2 Select the playback source ( 14). 3 Select tuner mode ( 21) ( 22) Select playback mode for external audio devices ( 38) Selecting tuner mode for satellite radio (not available in all countries) ( 29) 4 Find and save stations automatically ( 20). Station save, manual ( 21). 2 9 z General views multi-controller 1 Multi-controller with turn- and-tilt functions a by turning: select menu items and also other possibilities Adjust the volume ( 15). b by pressing to right: Select settings, among other possibilities, search of station or track title and save, select memory slots by pressing to left: Exiting menu 2 10 z General views Multifunction display 1 Text field 2 Playback source ( 14) 3 Symbol for the playback source 4 Playback mode (depends on playback source) 5 Bluetooth status ( 42) 6 Mute (MUTE) ( 16). 7 Traffic programme function ( 24) 2 11 z General views Stowage compartment 1 Lock (see Rider's Manual) 2 Connection for USB plug and 3.5 mm jack ( 36) 3 Stowage space for audio devices and mobile phone 2 12 z General views General operation General operation Switching on audio system ......... 14 Switching off audio system ......... 14 Selecting playback source .......... 14 Volume ............................. 15 Tone settings....................... 17 3 13 z General operation Switching on audio system Switch on the ignition. If the audio system was on when the ignition was switched off, it automatically switches on again. If the audio system does not switch on automatically: press the ON button to switch on the audio system. The audio system will be in the most recently used operating mode. Switching off audio system Switch off the ignition or with the ignition on, press the ON button and hold it down until the audio system switches off. Selecting playback source Press the SRC button to se- lect the playback source. The following playback sources are possible; the appropriate symbol appears on the display: Radio MP3 mass storage device (USB) or Apple iPod (IPOD) 3 14 z General operation Satellite radio (only in coun- tries in which reception of "Sirius Satellite Radio" is pos- sible) Other audio devices (AUX) Volume Speakers and Bluetooth Audio playback is via either the on-board speakers or a Bluetooth-paired output device. If the Bluetooth function is not available in a particular country, only audio playback via the speakers is available. Switching the speakers off causes automatic activation of the Bluetooth function. Switch on the speakers to switch off the Bluetooth function. If audio playback is via a Bluetooth-compatible output device, volume has to be adjusted at the device itself. The multi-controller cannot be used for this purpose. Exception: If a BMW Motorrad communication system with Bluetooth 2.0 standard is connected, the multi- controller can be used to adjust volume ( 45). Adjusting volume Turn multi-controller 1 in direc- tion a to increase the volume. Turn multi-controller 1 in direc- tion b to reduce the volume. Scale 2 appears on the display while the volume is being ad- justed. The scale disappears automatically once no further changes are made to the volume setting. If the display shows Speaker OFF, the speakers are switched off and Bluetooth is switched on. 3 15 z General operation Mute (MUTE) Press the ON button. All sound output is switched off. The speaker symbol ap- pears on the display. If one or two BMW Motorrad communication systems with Bluetooth standard 2.0 are connected, the helmets are switched from music playback to intercom mode. INTERCOM is shown on the display. Press the ON button again to cancel muting and the inter- com mode. Alternatively: Turn multi-con- troller 1 in direction a to cancel muting. If the system is paired to a BMW Motorrad communication system with Bluetooth stand- ard 2.0, the mute function can be cancelled only by pressing the ON button. Cancelling traffic announcements While a traffic announcement is in progress press the ON button to interrupt the traffic announcement and return to the playback source you were listening to beforehand. Volume boost for traffic announcements Volume for traffic announce- ments is boosted above the cur- rent level. This boost can be ad- justed by increasing volume to the desired level during a traffic 3 16 z General operation announcement. The audio sys- tem saves the current playback volume and uses it for all sub- sequent traffic announcements. There is no provision for lowering volume. Switching speakers on or off Call up the Settings menu and select Audio - Loudspeak.. The following settings are avail- able: On: speakers on. Off: speakers off. If the speakers are switched OFF the Bluetooth function is automatically switched ON, and vice versa. Tone settings Adjusting sound settings Call up the Settings menu and select Audio - Sound. The following settings are avail- able: Treble: Reduce (-1... 6) or increase (+1...+6) treble. Bass: Reduce (-1... -6) or increase (+1...+6) bass. S-VOL: Switch off speed-de- pendent volume boost (OFF) or select a level (1...3). Loudness: Switch sound curve on (Ein) or off (Aus). AUX: Set input signal level (1...6). Select the menu item you want, select the setting of your choice and exit the menu. Volume and speed The audio system can auto- matically adapt the playback volume to the speed of the mo- torcycle. The rate at which the volume increases in relation to vehicle speed can be set on three curves. Level 1 corres- ponds to maximum increase. Automatic volume adjustment does not work for playback via Bluetooth-connected communic- ation systems. 3 17 z General operation Input signal level The volume can be set as de- scribed on page ( 15). In the case of audio devices that can only be connected to the system via the jack, the volume that can be set depends on: the output power of the audio device the input-signal level you select the volume to which the audio device is set You should set the input-sig- nal level and adjust the volume of the audio device in such a way that the volume range avail- able for adjustment corresponds to that of the other operating modes. 3 18 z General operation Radio Radio Selecting frequency band........... 20 Finding and saving radio stations ............................. 20 Calling up stations saved in memory............................. 22 Reception settings.................. 23 4 19 z Radio Selecting frequency band Press and hold down the MODE button until the frequency band changes. Each time you press the button the system toggles between frequency-modulated very high frequency (FM), medium wave (MW) and long wave (LW) (in some countries only AM and FM are available). Finding and saving radio stations Saving stations The BMW Motorrad audio sys- tem has 24 station memory slots for each waveband. Twelve system memory slots: The Autostore function has to be used to assign the twelve stations with the strongest sig- nals to these slots. Twelve personal memory slots: The rider can manually as- sign a station to each of these memory slots. Finding and saving stations automatically Select the frequency band ( 20). Hold down the MEM button until AS--Suche is dis- played. After the audio system has been switched on, the tuner needs about one minute to find all the receivable stations. Allow this time to expire before starting an automatic search, as otherwise stations not found be- fore your search starts cannot be taken into account. The twelve stations with the strongest signal will be found and saved. Then the station 4 20 z Radio saved in memory slot 1 will be played. If fewer then twelve stations are found the lowest frequency in that band will be saved in the remaining memory slots. If no station can be found then No Signal will be displayed. Station search, manual Select the frequency band ( 20). Repeatedly press the MODE button until MAN appears in the top line of the display. Move multi-controller 1 in dir- ection a or b to find the next receivable station. Move multi-controller 1 in dir- ection a or b and hold it in this position to select a specific fre- quency. The frequency search stops as soon as the multi-controller is released, even if no playable station has been found on the current frequency. Station save, manual Select a station or frequency from the frequency band. It is also possible to se- lect stations from the sys- tem memory or the personal memory and then move them to a different slot in the personal memory. Press the MEM button to save the selected frequency / sta- tion. Memory will flash on the dis- play. 4 21 z Radio Move multi-controller 1 in dir- ection a or b to select the required slot in the personal memory list. The current assignment of this memory slot flashes on the display. Press the MEM button again to save the station / frequency to the selected memory slot. The station previously saved there will be deleted. Calling up stations saved in memory Select the frequency band ( 20). To select a station from the system memory, press the MODE button repeatedly until AS is displayed. 4 22 z Radio AS appears at position 1 and the active memory slot appears at position 2. To select a station from personal memory, repeatedly press the MODE button until position 1 shows MEM. Move multi-controller 1 in dir- ection a or b to select the memory slot. Reception settings Selecting reception settings Call up the Settings menu and select Audio - Tuner. The following settings are avail- able: RDS: Switch RDS on or off TP: Switch traffic programme on or off (not available in all countries) REG: Switch regional transmit- ters on or off (not available in all countries) Select the menu item you want, select the setting of your choice and exit the menu. 4 23 z Radio Radio Data System (RDS) Some stations broadcasting in the FM waveband transmit addi- tional information, including pro- gramme names. The name of the station can only be displayed if the RDS function is on. If no station name is trans- mitted, waveband and frequency are shown in the display. Traffic channel If a station broadcasting on the FM waveband transmits traffic announcements, this is in many countries included in the RDS information ( 24). If at least one station with traffic announcements is being received by the audio system, area 1 con- tains a T symbol. The traffic channel station does not neces- sarily have to be the same as the station that is currently playing. You can switch on the traffic channel function only if RDS is active. If the traffic-programme function is ON and at least one station with a traffic channel is receivable, TP appears at posi- tion 1. If a traffic channel station is be- ing played and the traffic channel function is on, any other operat- ing mode is interrupted for the duration of the announcement. Exception: if communication sys- tems are connected in commu- nication mode, these will not be interrupted. Regional broadcasts In the FM band, stations can use several frequencies for their pro- gramming. These may vary from region to region. These altern- ative frequencies are contained in the RDS data, which enables the audio system to change the frequency of the station automat- ically according to where it is. Some stations use these dif- ferent frequencies to broadcast different, region-specific pro- grammes at different times of day. This could mean that the programme will change automat- ically if the region is changed, even if the rider has not changed the station. 4 24 z Radio If the rider does not want the programme to be changed, the regionalisation function can be switched off (REG). 4 25 z Radio 4 26 z Radio Satellite radio Satellite radio Satellite radio ....................... 28 Subscribing to channels ............ 28 Multifunction display ................ 28 Signal strength...................... 28 Selecting channel information....... 28 Selecting category and channel..... 29 Saving channel ..................... 30 Calling up channel saved in memory............................. 31 Viewing serial number .............. 33 Status reports ...................... 33 5 27 z Satellite radio Satellite radio The functions for reception of satellite radio described in this section are available only in countries in which reception of "Sirius Satellite Radio" is possible. Subscribing to channels You have to subscribe to a chan- nel in order to listen to it. Sub- scribing to channels can result in costs that are not borne by BMW Motorrad. Information on the available channels is posted at "www.sirius.com" and "www.siriusxm.com". Channels can be activated by calling 1.888.539.7474. You will need the serial number of your audio system ( 33). Multifunction display 1 Playback source Sirius Ra- dio 2 Playback mode: SR: Play a channel from the personal list of presets ( 31) CAT: Play a channel from the list of categories ( 29) 3 Text field for selectable channel information ( 28) 4 Indicator for signal strength ( 28) 5 Memory slot or channel number (depending on playback mode) ( 29) ( 31) Signal strength no signal weak signal good signal very good signal Selecting channel information Call up the Settings menu and select Audio - SiriusSirius Info. 5 28 z Satellite radio The following information types can be displayed in the text field: Channel n...: Name of the channel Artist: Name of the artist Title: Name of the track Composer: Name of the composer The solid circle indicates the current information. Select the information type you want and exit the menu. If the information you selected is not available (e.g. news, but artist and composer selected), the channel name is displayed. Selecting category and channel If the audio system is in the Preset playback mode (SR in the display) or if you want to change the category: press the MODE button. The choice of playback mode appears on the display. Category: Selection of a channel from the list of cat- egories Preset: Selection from the personal list of presets Select Category. 5 29 z Satellite radio A list of the categories corresponding to the channels for which a subscription has been paid appears on the display. All channels for which no subscription has been taken out are grouped in the unsubscribed category. The solid circle indicates the current category. Select the category you want. A list of the channels available in the category you selected appears on the display. Select the channel you want. The channel information you se- lected appears in the text field. If the audio system is already in the Category playback mode: press multi-controller 1 in direction a or b to go to the next channel in the selected category. Saving channel Select the category and chan- nel ( 29). Press the MEM button. Memory appears on the dis- play. 5 30 z Satellite radio Move multi-controller 1 in dir- ection a or b to select the memory slot of your choice. The current assignment of this memory slot flashes on the display. Press the MEM button again to save the channel to the se- lected memory slot. The channel previously saved there is deleted. Calling up channel saved in memory If the audio system is in the Category playback mode (CAT showing on the display): press the MODE button. 5 31 z Satellite radio The choice of playback mode appears on the display. Category: Selection of a channel from the list of cat- egories Preset: Selection from the personal list of presets Select Preset. The list of memory slots appears on the display. The solid circle indicates the current selection. Select the memory slot you want. The channel information you se- lected appears in the text field. If the audio system is already in the Preset playback mode: press multi-controller 1 in dir- ection a or b to select one of 5 32 z Satellite radio the other assigned memory slots. Viewing serial number Call up the Settings menu and select Audio - SiriusSirius ESN. ESN and the twelve-digit serial number appear on the display. The telephone number to dial in order to take out a subscrip- tion for additional channels also appears on the display. Status reports Under appropriate circumstances, the following status reports ap- pear in the text field: "CALL 888-539 -SIRI" You must phone the hotline to subscribe to this channel. Sirius hotline: 1.888.539.7474 "INVALID CHANNEL" The channel is no longer valid. "LINKING" Searching for signal. "SUB UPDT" The subscription is checked and updated. "UPDATING" Updating channel number assign- ment. 5 33 z Satellite radio 5 34 z Satellite radio External media players External media players Requirements....................... 36 Connecting audio device............ 36 Media storage devices as playback devices ............................. 37 iPod playback....................... 38 Other playback devices ............. 38 Media storage device and Apple iPod ................................ 38 6 35 z External media players Requirements Audio devices (such as MP3 players) or suitable media storage devices (USB drives) can be con- nected to the audio system via the plugs in the stowage com- partment. These plugs include a 3.5 mm jack a USB connection (supports USB 1.1 and USB 2). The audio device must have a compatible connector be stowable inside the stowage compartment be able to withstand vibrations arising from normal motorcycle use be able to withstand the high temperatures occurring inside the stowage compartment in summer. Because of the increased mechanical stress, certain unsuitable audio devices may be damaged, for which BMW Motorrad accepts no liability. Refer to the operating instruc- tions of your audio device for any possible usage restrictions. Temperatures inside the stowage compartments can be high, particularly in summer, and it is important to remem- ber that high temperatures might damage objects stowed in the compartments. This applies in particular to electronic devices such as mobile phones and MP3 players. Refer to the operating instructions of your electronic devices device for possible usage restrictions. BMW Motorrad advises against using devices with hard disks as media storage devices, as vibra- tions may cause playback to skip and may damage the device. The audio system provides a supply voltage via the USB plug, though which it is possible to charge mobile telephones and other such devices. Connect- ing several USB devices via a hub is not possible as the supply voltage is limited. Connecting audio device Switch off the audio system ( 14). 6 36 z External media players Use USB plug connection 1 to connect the audio device to the audio system. Connect an Apple iPod to the audio system using the USB plug 1 and the jack plug 2. You can obtain the correct adapter cable from your BMW dealer. Connect other audio devices to the audio system and switch on via the jack plug 2. If possible, position the audio device in clamp slot 3. Attempting to route the connecting cable out between the radio compartment and the cover can damage the seal. Do not attempt to route the con- necting cable out of the radio compartment. Close the lid of the compart- ment, making sure that neither the audio device nor the cable is trapped. Switch on the audio system ( 14). Select the playback source ( 14). Media storage devices as playback devices The audio system scans the me- dia storage device for tracks en- coded as MP3s. While the scan is taking place, LOADING is shown on the display. Subdirect- ories are also scanned. The track titles in the MP3 data (in the ID3- Tag) determine the alphabetic- al order of the playback list and the title displayed on the system. This may not necessarily be the same as the filename. Only characters from the ASCII character set (Windows 1252) can be displayed. Other charac- ter sets are not displayed or are displayed incorrectly. Playlists can be created as a means of sorting tracks. The tracks in a playlist are played in the order in which they are listed. The USB stick must support the Mass Storage Format, can have only one partition and must be either FAT 16 or FAT 32 format- ted. An MP3 player connected to the audio system via the USB port must also support the Mass Stor- age Format. 6 37 z External media players iPod playback The audio system will first try and detect any tracks saved on an iPod. While the scan is taking place, LOADING is shown on the display. The track titles from the iPod are used as titles for alphabetic sorting and display. The playlists from the iPod will also be found in addition to the individual tracks. Tracks are played back in the sequence required by the iPod. The iPod receives power via the adapter cable. iPhone An iPhone can be used as a playback source in the same way as an iPod. The telephone func- tions are deactivated while the iPhone is being used as a play- back source; a message to this effect might appear in the display of the iPhone. Sound quality To maximise sound quality, BMW Motorrad recommends the fol- lowing system settings for the iPod/iPhone: Volume adaptation: ON Equaliser: OFF Other playback devices The audio system outputs the track that is currently being played by the playback device via the speakers. The playback device cannot be controlled by the system if it is only connected via the jack. Media storage device and Apple iPod Selecting playback mode Select USB or IPod as a playback source. Press the MODE button. The possible playback modes are displayed: 6 38 z External media players Titles: The titles of all the music tracks found are listed in alphabetical order. Directory: All directories containing music tracks are lis- ted in alphabetical order. When you select a directory the titles of the tracks and subdirectories it contains are listed. Playlists: All playlists found are listed in alphabet- ical order. When you select a playlist the titles of the tracks it contains are listed. Artists: All the artists saved in the MP3 data are lis- ted in alphabetical order. When you select an artist the titles of all that artist's tracks are listed. Albums: All the albums saved in the MP3 data are lis- ted in alphabetical order. When you select an album the titles of all the tracks on that album are listed. Genres: All the musical genres saved in the MP3 data are listed in alphabetical order. When you select a genre the titles of all the tracks in that genre are listed. Unknown appears for inform- ation not saved in the MP3 data. Once you have selected the playback mode: select the title of the track with which you want playback to start. Random playback You can activate random play- back sequencing for each play- back mode. To do so, press and hold down the MODE but- ton. RDN is displayed at position 1. 6 39 z External media players 6 40 z External media players Bluetooth Bluetooth Bluetooth ........................... 42 Playback via helmet................. 42 Switching Bluetooth function on and off .................................. 42 Pairing .............................. 43 Pairing .............................. 44 Additional functions................. 45 7 41 z Bluetooth Bluetooth The Bluetooth function might not be available in certain countries. Bluetooth: The term "Bluetooth" is adopted from the English translation of a name borne by a tenth-century Viking king of the Danes; Harald Blåtand or Harald Bluetooth was renowned for his communicative- ness. Bluetooth devices are short- range devices transmitting on the license-free ISM band (Indus- trial, Scientific, Medical) between 2.402 GHz and 2.480 GHz. They can be operated anywhere in the world without a license being re- quired. Sources of interference: Bluetooth connections between two or more devices can be dis- rupted by various transient influ- ences, including for example interference fields of transmit- ter masts and the like. devices with non-compliant Bluetooth implementations proximity of other Bluetooth- compatible devices Note on health compatibility: The body of scientific data available at this time gives no grounds for assuming that Bluetooth can have negative effects on human health. The BMW Motorrad audio system transmits at a maximum of 10 mW; a mobile phone by contrast can have a transmit- power rating as high as 2 W. The ISM frequency band used by Bluetooth is reserved for the world-wide use of devices in the industrial, scientific and med- ical sectors and given the low transmit-power ratings, Bluetooth devices are considered safe in terms of potential health risks. Playback via helmet The audio system can be con- nected to the Bluetooth-compat- ible BMW Motorrad communic- ation systems. Playback in this case is not through the speak- ers, but by wireless transmission through the headphones in the helmet. Switching Bluetooth function on and off To switch on the Bluetooth function: switch off the speak- ers. To switch off the Bluetooth function: switch on the speak- ers. Switch the speakers on or off ( 17). 7 42 z Bluetooth Bluetooth symbol 1 appears on the display. A dot to the left of the Bluetooth symbol indicates that a rider's helmet (Pair helmet 1) is connected to the audio system. A dot to the right of the Bluetooth symbol indicates a connection to the passenger's helmet ( Pair helmet 2). A flashing dot indicates that the audio system is searching for the corresponding helmet. If pairing information for a com- munication system is saved in the audio system's memory, the audio system automatically searches for this system. If connection to a BMW Motorrad communication system is not established despite the fact that the system is switched on: Briefly press the on/off button of the communication system twice in quick succession. Pairing Two Bluetooth devices have to recognise each other before they can communicate. This process of mutual recognition is known as pairing. When two devices have paired they remember each other, so the pairing process is conducted only once, on initial contact. Two BMW communication sys- tems with Bluetooth standard 2.0 are required if both rider's helmet and passenger's helmet are to be paired to the audio system. If either of the two BMW systems is using Bluetooth standard 1.2, only one helmet can be paired. Refer to the operating instruc- tions of your communication sys- tem for information on Bluetooth standards. During the pairing process, the audio system searches for oth- er Bluetooth-compatible devices within its reception range. The conditions that have to be satis- fied before the audio system can recognise another device are as follows: The device's Bluetooth func- tion must be active The device must be "visible" to others The device must support the A2DP profile Other Bluetooth-compatible devices must be OFF (e.g. mobile phones and navigation systems) 7 43 z Bluetooth Please consult the operating in- structions for your communica- tion system. Pairing information already saved in the BMW Motorrad commu- nication system has to be de- leted beforehand. Always start by pairing with the audio system first. Your motorcycle comes complete with a supple- mentary manual containing de- tailed instructions on pairing with different device combinations. Pairing Switch the Bluetooth function on and the loudspeakers off. Switch off all other Bluetooth enabled devices (e. g. mobile telephones) within ten metres (or at least their Bluetooth function). Activate helmet's Bluetooth function and visibility (see hel- met operating instructions). It can take some time for a Bluetooth device to be de- tected. It is always best to activ- ate the search function as soon as possible after activating visib- ility, so that the searching device will have as long as possible to find the visible device. Call up the Settings menu and select Audio - BT pairing. Select Pair helmet 1 to establish the connection to the communication system in the rider's helmet. Select Pair helmet 2 to establish the connection to the communication system in the passenger's helmet, once the rider's helmet has been paired (possible only with two BMW Motorrad communication sys- tems with Bluetooth standard 2.0). Select Unpair all to de- lete the pairing information saved in memory. If you selected Pair helmet 1 or Pair helmet 2, the audio system now searches for visible Bluetooth- compatible devices; the word Searching… appears on the display. There is no music playback while the search is in progress. All the devices found in the search are then listed. 7 44 z Bluetooth BMW Motorrad communication systems are shown as BMW_HE... . Select the communication sys- tem to establish the connec- tion. Connecting appears on the display. One of the following will ap- pear: Successful: Connec- tion established, playback via speakers in helmet. Not possible: You have attempted to pair the passen- ger's helmet before pairing the rider's helmet or there is no BMW Motorrad communication system installed in the rider's helmet. Unsuccessf.: Connection cannot be established. If no connection could be estab- lished: If you want to connect two communication systems: step through the pairing process for the rider's helmet first, then pair the passenger's helmet. Check that both communica- tion systems support Bluetooth standard 2.0 or higher. If there are active Bluetooth devices in the vicinity, switch them off. Delete the pairing information saved in the audio system. Delete the devices saved in the communication system. Run the pairing procedure again. Additional functions Rider's helmet with BMW Motorrad communication system with Bluetooth standard 2.0 The volume of the helmet speakers can be adjusted dir- ectly using multi-controller 1. Any change in helmet volume is shown on the display. The volume for helmet 2 can- not be adjusted by means of the multi-controller. 7 45 z Bluetooth Rider's and passenger's helmets with BMW Motorrad communication system with Bluetooth standard 2.0 If the ON button (MUTE func- tion) is pressed, playback is interrupted and the intercom function is switched on in both helmets. Pressing the ON but- ton again terminates the in- tercom function and playback resumes. 7 46 z Bluetooth Technical data Technical data Radio ............................... 48 MP3 ................................ 48 Bluetooth ........................... 49 External audio devices .............. 49 Loudspeaker........................ 49 8 47 z Technical data Radio Wavebands FM, LW and MW, FM and AM in some countries Wavebands FM 87.5...108.0 MHz LW 153...279 MHz, not available in all countries MW 531...1602 MHz Station memory Twelve system memory slots and twelve personal memory slots for each waveband MP3 MP3 standard MPEG1 Layer 3 Sampling rate 32 / 44.1 / 48 kHz Bitrates 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256 kbit/s 8 48 z Technical data Bluetooth Frequency range 0.02...20 kHz Supported standards 1.2 and 2.0 Profiles A2DP, SPP External audio devices Plug 3.5 mm, Stereo jack plug Input-signal range -0.7...2.0 V, Effective Loudspeaker Impedance 4 ( Output power 15 W, RMS, per speaker unit Frequency range 0.02...20 kHz 8 49 z Technical data A Abbreviations and symbols, 6 Audio system Playback source, selecting, 14 Position on the motorcycle, 8 Switching off, 14 Switching on, 14 B Bluetooth, 41 Additional functions, 45 Pairing, 43 Switching on, 42 C Communication systems, 42 Additional functions, 45 Currency, 6 E external audio devices Connecting, 12, 36 Data memory, 37 iPod, 38 MP3 player, 38 Operation, 38 Random playback, 39 USB stick, 37 G General views Display with satellite radio, 28 H Handlebar operating panel Overview, 10 Position on the motorcycle, 8 I iPod, 38 Connecting, 36 L Loudspeaker Relationship with Bluetooth, 15 Switching off, 17 M MP3 player, 38 Adjusting volume, 18 Connecting, 36 Multifunction display, 8 Overview, 11 O Operating panel Overview, 9 Position on the motorcycle, 8 P Pairing, 43 R Radio Calling up stations saved in memory, 22 Finding and saving radio stations, 20 Selecting frequency band, 20 Radio Data System RDS, 24 Regional broadcasts, 24 S Satellite radio Availability, 28 Calling up channel saved in memory, 31 Channel, saving, 30 Channel, selecting, 29 Channel, subscribing to, 28 9 50 z Index Display overview, 28 Information in the display, 28 Signal strength, 28 Status reports, 33 View ESN, 33 Stowage compartment, 12 System settings, 23 T Technical data, 48 Standards, 6 Tone settings, 17 Traffic channel, 24 Adjusting volume, 16 Cancel, 16 U USB stick, 37, 38, 39 Connecting, 36 V Volume Adapt to speed, 17 Adjusting, 15 Muting, 16 9 51 z Index Certifications Česky Alpine Electronics Inc. tímto prohlašuje, že tento PF240009 je ve shodě se základními požadavky a dalšími příslušnými ustanoveními směrnice 1999/5/ES. Dansk Undertegnede Alpine Electronics Inc. erklærer herved, at følgende udstyr PF240009 overholder de væsentlige krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF. Deutsch Hiermit erklärt Alpine Electronics Inc., dass sich das Gerät PF240009 in Übereinstimmung mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet. Eesti Käesolevaga kinnitab Alpine Electronics Inc. seadme PF240009 vastavust direktiivi 1999/5/EÜ põhinõuetele ja nimetatud direktiivist tulenevatele teistele asjakohastele sätetele. English Hereby, Alpine Electronics Inc., declares that this PF240009 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Español Por medio de la presente Alpine Electronics Inc. declara que el PF240009 cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE. Ελληνική ΜΕ ΣΗΝ ΠΑΡΟΤΑ Alpine Electronics Inc. ΔΗΛΩΝΕΙ ΟΣΙ PF240009 ΤΜΜΟΡΥΩΝΕΣΑΙ ΠΡΟ ΣΙ ΟΤΙΩΔΕΙ ΑΠΑΙΣΗΕΙ ΚΑΙ ΣΙ ΛΟΙΠΕ ΦΕΣΙΚΕ ΔΙΑΣΑΞΕΙ ΣΗ ΟΔΗΓΙΑ 1999/5/ΕΚ. Français Par la présente Alpine Electronics Inc. déclare que l'appareil PF240009 est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE. Certifications Italiano Con la presente Alpine Electronics Inc. dichiara che questo PF240009 è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE. Latviski Ar šo Alpine Electronics Inc. deklarē, ka PF240009 atbilst Direktīvas 1999/5/EK būtiskajām prasībām un citiem ar to saistītajiem noteikumiem. Lietuvių Šiuo Alpine Electronics Inc. deklaruoja, kad šis PF240009 atitinka esminius reikalavimus ir kitas 1999/5/EB Direktyvos nuostatas. Nederlands Hierbij verklaart Alpine Electronics Inc. dat het toestel PF240009 in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/EG. Malti Hawnhekk, Alpine Electronics Inc., jiddikjara li dan PF240009 jikkonforma mal-ħtiġijiet essenzjali u ma provvedimenti oħrajn relevanti li hemm fid-Dirrettiva 1999/5/EC. Magyar Alulírott, Alpine Electronics Inc. nyilatkozom, hogy a PF240009 megfelel a vonatkozó alapvetõ követelményeknek és az 1999/5/EC irányelv egyéb elõírásainak. Polski Niniejszym Alpine Electronics Inc. oświadcza, że PF240009 jest zgodny z zasadniczymi wymogami oraz pozostałymi stosownymi postanowieniami Dyrektywy 1999/5/EC. Português Alpine Electronics Inc. declara que este PF240009 está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE. Slovensko Alpine Electronics Inc. izjavlja, da je ta PF240009 v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi določili direktive 1999/5/ES. Slovensky Alpine Electronics Inc. týmto vyhlasuje, že PF240009 spĺňa základné požiadavky a všetky príslušné ustanovenia Smernice 1999/5/ES. Certifications Suomi Alpine Electronics Inc. vakuuttaa täten että PF240009 tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen. Svenska Härmed intygar Alpine Electronics Inc. att denna PF240009 står I överensstämmelse med de väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG. Íslenska Hér með lýsir Alpine Electronics Inc. yfir því að PF240009 er í samræmi við grunnkröfur og aðrar kröfur, sem gerðar eru í tilskipun 1999/5/EC. Norsk Alpine Electronics Inc. erklærer herved at utstyret PF240009 er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF. United Arab Emirates Product name: MCR, Model name: K48 TRA REGISTERED No: 0027793/10 DEALER No: 0014517/08 USA, Canada FCC WARNING Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. NOTICE This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for uncontrolled equipment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that it deemed to comply without maximum permissive exposure evaluation (MPE). But it is desirable that it should be installed and operated with at least 20cm and more between the radiator and person’s body (excluding extremities: hands, wrists, feet and ankles). Certifications Brazil Product name: MCR, Model name: K48 Este equipamento opera em caráter secundário, isto é, não tem direito a proteção contra interferência prejudicial, mesmo de estações do mesmo tipo, e não pode causar interferência a sistemas operando em caráter primário. Mexico COFETEL RCPALPF10-0522 Product name: MCR, Model name: K48 Este equipo opera a titulo secundario, consecuentemente, debe aceptar interferencias perjudiciales incluyendo equipos de la misma clase y puede no causar interferencias a sistemas operando a titulo primario. Argentina CNC-ID 16-8765 Certifications South Korea N25-MRBE002A Name of applicant: Alpine Eletrconics Inc. Japan Code of applicant: N25 Model name: MCR Produced by: Ci Shurlok 15 Wiganthorpe Rd, Willowton, Pietermaritzburg 3201, Kwa Zulu Natal Made in South Africa PF240009 est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE. Certifications Italiano Con la presente Alpine Electronics Inc. dichiara che questo PF240009 è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE. Latviski Ar šo Alpine Electronics Inc. deklarē, ka PF240009 atbilst Direktīvas 1999/5/EK būtiskajām prasībām un citiem ar to saistītajiem noteikumiem. Lietuvių Šiuo Alpine Electronics Inc. deklaruoja, kad šis PF240009 atitinka esminius reikalavimus ir kitas 1999/5/EB Direktyvos nuostatas. Nederlands Hierbij verklaart Alpine Electronics Inc. dat het toestel PF240009 in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/EG. Malti Hawnhekk, Alpine Electronics Inc., jiddikjara li dan PF240009 jikkonforma