1 Rider's Manual Audio system BMW Professional 2000 BMW Motorrad The Ultimate Riding Machine
2 Motorcycle data/dealership details Motorcycle data Dealership details Model Person to contact in Service department Vehicle identification number Ms/Mr Colour code Phone number Date of first registration Registration number Dealership address/phone number (company stamp)
3 Details described or illustrated in this booklet may differ from the motorcycle's actual specification as purchased, the accessories fitted or the national-market specification. No claims will be entertained as a result of such discrepancies. Dimensions, weights, fuel consumption and performance data are quoted to the customary tolerances. The right to modify designs, equipment and accessories is reserved. Errors and omissions excepted BMW Motorrad Not to be reproduced either wholly or in part without written permission from BMW Motorrad, After Sales. Printed in Germany.
4 BMW recommends Order No , 2nd edition * * * *
5 Welcome to BMW We congratulate you on your choice of a BMW Professional 2000 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 instructions for use contain the information you need, so please study them carefully. If you have questions concerning this audio system, your authorised BMW Motorrad dealer will gladly provide advice and assistance. We hope that you will enjoy using your BMW Professional 2000 audio system and that all your journeys will be pleasant and safe. BMW Motorrad.
6 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 Overview Abbreviations and symbols Technical data Currency General views Overall view Operating panel Handlebar satellite Multifunction display... 9 Audio system in lockable compartment General operation Switching on audio system Switching off audio system Selecting an operating mode Volume Sound settings Radio Switching on radio Wavebands Station search Station memory Traffic channel CD player Safety instructions Switching on CD player Inserting CD Ejecting CD Selecting track Scanning CD Fast-backing or fast-forwarding tracks Selecting tracks by random play External audio devices Requirements Connecting audio device Options for adjusting the input signal Adjusting input-signal level Volume Technical data Indicators and what they mean Technical data for radio Technical data for external audio devices
7 z General instructions General instructions Overview... 4 Abbreviations and symbols Technical data... 4 Currency
8 1 4 General instructions z 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 Manual; it is an important part of the motorcycle. Abbreviations and symbols Indicates warnings that you must comply with for reasons of your safety and the safety of others, and to protect your motorcycle against damage. Specific instructions on how to operate, control, adjust or look after items of equipment on the motorcycle. Indicates the end of an item of information. Instruction. Result of an activity. Reference to a page with more detailed information. Indicates the end of a passage relating to specific 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 Deutsche Institut für Normung e.v. 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.
9 z General views General views Overall view Operating panel... 7 Handlebar satellite Multifunction display... 9 Audio system in lockable compartment
10 2 6 Overall view 1 Operating panel ( 7) 2 Handlebar satellite ( 8) 3 Multifunction display ( 9) 4 Audio system in lockable compartment ( 10) General views z
11 z General views Operating panel 1 Station search, manual ( 22) Fast-back or fast-forward the tracks ( 30) 2 Select the FM range ( 20) 3 Select the AM range ( 21) 4 Scan the waveband ( 23) Scan the CD ( 30) Select tracks by random play ( 30) 5 Switch on the audio system ( 12) Switch off the audio system ( 12) 6 Sound settings ( 14) 7 Station save, manual ( 23) 8 Select an operating mode ( 12) 2 7
12 2 8 General views z Handlebar satellite 1 Activate the traffic-programme function ( 25) Lower the volume to zero (MUTE) ( 13) 2 Selecting previous station or track ( 22) ( 29) 3 Increasing volume ( 13) 4 Selecting next station or track ( 22) ( 29) 5 Reducing volume ( 13)
13 z General views Multifunction display 1 Panel for the audio system's status indicators 2 9
14 2 10 General views z Audio system in lockable compartment 1 CD slot ( 29) 2 Audio system with CD player 3 Plug for external audio devices ( 32) 4 Lock (see Rider's Manual) 5 CD eject button ( 29)
15 z General operation General operation Switching on audio system Switching off audio system Selecting an operating mode Volume Sound settings
16 3 12 General operation z 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. Audio system is in the most recently used operating mode. To switch on the audio system with the ignition switched off: press the ON button immediately after switching off the ignition. If the on-board electronics ascertain that the battery is too weak, the audio system is shut down even though the ignition is switched on. Under these circumstances you can switch the audio system on again as soon as the battery has been recharged or the engine is running. The audio system remains ON for approximately 20, then automatically switches itself off. If you want to reactivate the system after it switches off automatically you must switch on the ignition. Switching off audio system Switch off the ignition. Audio system switched off. Indicator to show that the audio system is switched off. To switch on the audio system with the ignition switched on: press the ON button. Selecting an operating mode Switch on the audio system ( 12)
17 z General operation AUX: External device, such as an MP3 player INTERCOM: Standby mode fort an intercom system, no radio mode selected Volume decreases. Lowering volume to zero (MUTE) 3 13 Repeatedly press the CD/* button to step through the sequence to the operating mode you want. You can switch from the CD or AUX operating mode directly to radio mode by pressing either the FM button or the AM button. Pressing the CD/* button is the only way of exiting the INTERCOM mode. The operating modes are stepped through in the following sequence: Radio CD player Volume Adjusting volume Press button 3. If the display shows SPEAKER when you press the volume-control buttons, the speakers are off. Volume increases. Press button 5. Press button 1. The word MUTE appears briefly on the display. Volume is reduced by 20 db.
18 3 Cancelling MUTE Adapting volume to speed length of time without pushing a button. 14 Sound settings Selecting tone settings General operation z Press button 1. Volume returns to normal. Adjust the volume ( 13) Volume returns to normal. Volume and speed The audio system can automatically adapt the playback volume to the speed. To achieve this, one of four possible adaptation curves must be selected. Press and hold down the MAN button until the reading on the display changes. Press buttons 2 and 4 to select a volume range. SVOL OFF: Speed-dependent volume increase switched off SVOL 1: Minimum speeddependent volume increase SVOL 4: Maximum speeddependent volume increase The current range is automatically accepted as your desired setting if you wait a certain Repeatedly press the TON button to step through the sequence to the setting you want. The system steps through the various settings in the following sequence: Speakers ON/OFF Bass Treble Front/rear fade
19 z General operation Left/right balance Sound curve (loudness) ON/ OFF The tone menu closes and the new settings are accepted if you wait a certain period of time without pressing a button or if you press a different button on the operating panel. Adjusting bass setting Adjusting treble setting 3 15 Switching speakers on or off Press buttons 2 and 4 to adjust the bass setting. The display shows BASS and the level you have selected. Gain: Default setting: 0 Attenuation: Press buttons 2 and 4 to adjust the treble setting. The display shows TREB and the level you have selected. Gain: Default setting: 0 Attenuation: Press button 2 or 4. SPKR ON: Speakers on. SPKR OFF: Speakers off.
20 3 Adjusting front/rear volume fade setting Adjusting left/right volume balance setting Switching sound curve (loudness) on/off 16 General operation z If the motorcycle is fitted with rear speakers, press buttons 2 and 4 to adjust the front/rear volume fade setting. The display shows FAD, the direction of the change, and the level you have selected. Move fader forward: Default setting: 0 Move fader to rear: If the motorcycle is fitted with rear speakers, press buttons 2 and 4 to adjust the left/right volume balance setting. The display shows BAL, the direction of the change, and the level you have selected. Shift balance toward left: Default setting: 0 Shift balance toward right: Press buttons 2 and 4 to switch the sound curve (loudness) on or off. LOUD ON: Sound curve (loudness) switched on. LOUD OFF: Sound curve (loudness) switched off.
21 z General operation Resetting parameters to defaults 3 17 Press and hold down the TON button until the reading on the display changes. The words TONE LIN appear briefly on the display. All tone parameters (bass, treble, front/rear fade and left/ right balance) reset to their defaults.
22 3 18 General operation z
23 z Radio Radio Switching on radio Wavebands Station search Station memory Traffic channel
24 4 20 Switching on radio Switching on radio Switch on the audio system ( 12) Select an operating mode ( 12) Each time you press the button the system toggles between FM and FM-Autostore (FM- AS). When the radio is in the FM- AS wavelength range the display shows AS C. Switching RDS function on or off Radio z Wavebands Selecting FM range Radio Data System (RDS) Some stations broadcasting in the FM waveband transmit additional information, including programme names. Repeatedly press the FM button until the reading on the display changes. RDS ON: RDS function switched on. RDS OFF: RDS function switched off. Press the FM button. The FM-AS band is used for saving stations automatically. In the FM band stations have to be saved manually.
25 z Radio If RDS is active, the name of the RDS station to which the receiver is tuned appears on the display. If the station name is not included in the broadcast RDS information, the display shows RDS and the current frequency. Regional broadcasts At certain times of the day, some stations in the FM waveband broadcast regional programmes that can be received only in specific regions within the broadcast footprint. The radio's REG function has to be activated in order for it to receive these regional programmes. After you switch on in the 'Radio' operating mode or when you first select the 'Radio' operating mode after switching on, you have only a certain limited time in which you can activate or deactivate the REG function. Switching REG function on or off Switch on the radio. The status of the REG function appears briefly on the display. Press the FM button to toggle the REG function on or off. REG ON: REG function switched on. REG OFF: REG function switched off. Selecting AM range Press the AM button. Each time you press the button the system cycles between the MW, LW and SW wavebands. 4 21
26 4 22 Station search Station search, manual Automatic station search in FM waveband ating the station to which the receiver is tuned. Press button 2 or 4. The receiver searches for the next station transmitting at adequate signal strength. Radio z Automatic station search in AM waveband Press the MAN button. The display shows MAN and the current frequency. Press button 2 or 4. The receiver searches up or down the bandwidth, as applicable, for as long as you hold the button down. Manual station search ends if you wait a certain period of time without pressing a button or if you press a different button on the operating panel. Press and hold down button 2 or 4 until the display changes. The display shows RDS or FM and the current frequency. Search sensitivity II A is shown. The receiver searches up or down the bandwidth, as applicable, until it finds the next station transmitting with adequate signal strength. The display shows either a name or a frequency, indic- Press and hold down button 2 or 4 until the display changes. The display shows SEEK and the current frequency. Search sensitivity II A is shown. The receiver searches up or down the bandwidth, as applic-
27 z Radio able, until it finds the next station transmitting with adequate signal strength. The display shows a frequency, indicating the station to which the receiver is tuned. Press button 2 or 4. If the receiver scans the entire waveband without finding a station broadcasting a signal of receivable strength, search sensitivity is increased to II and the search is repeated. If the receiver completes two high-sensitivity searches of the waveband without locking onto a single station broadcasting a signal of receivable strength, the display briefly shows NO STATION and the radio returns to the frequency it was set to prior to the search. The receiver searches for the next station transmitting at adequate signal strength. During a search with sensitivity I, press button 2 or 4 twice in succession. Sensitivity is increased from I to II. Scanning waveband frequency on which the station is transmitting. Press the SC/RP button, button 2 or button 4 to select the station currently playing. Station memory Memory slots The numbers of memory slots available are as follows: FM: 6 FM AutoStore: 6 MW: 6 LW: 6 SW: Press the SC/RP button. The display shows SCAN until a station transmitting a signal of receivable strength is found. Each station found is played for 10 seconds. The display shows the name of the station or SCAN, with the Station save, manual Select a station.
28 4 24 Station save, automatic If no stations broadcasting signals of sufficient strength are found, the display briefly shows NO STATION. Radio z Press the MEM button. MEMORY flashes on the display. Press button 2 or 4 to select the memory slot A. The current assignment of this memory slot appears on the display. Press the MEM button. The station is saved to the memory slot you selected. The manual save function ends if you wait a certain period of time without pressing a button or if you press a different button on the operating panel. Press and hold down the MEM button until the reading on the display changes. Automatic station save is not available in the FM waveband. Automatic save always overwrites memory slots assigned beforehand. The display shows AS-SEEK. The six strongest stations are automatically saved. The station saved to memory slot 1 is played. Calling up stations saved to memory Select a waveband. Press buttons 2 and 4 to select the memory slot A of your choice.
29 z Radio Traffic channel Method of operation Activating trafficprogramme function Switch the RDS function on or off ( 20) 4 25 If a station broadcasting on the FM waveband transmits traffic announcements, this is included in the RDS information ( 20). The display shows the symbol T B. This is the precondition for activating the traffic-programme announcements function. When the TP function is active, all other operating modes are interrupted for the duration of the traffic announcement. You can switch on the traffic-programme function only if RDS is active. Press and hold down button 1 until the reading on the display changes. The traffic-programme function is activated. The display shows TP B. The display shows TP-INFO while a traffic-programme announcement is in progress. Traffic-programme volume The volume of the traffic announcements can be changed in relation to the volume for the other audio sources.
30 4 26 Adjusting trafficprogramme volume All subsequent trafficprogramme announcements are played at this volume. Radio z While a traffic-programme announcement is in progress, press buttons 3 and 5 to adjust volume to your personal preference. If volume is muted during a traffic-programme announcement, output volume is also muted for all other audio sources. The volume setting you select in this way is saved.
31 z CD player CD player Safety instructions Switching on CD player Inserting CD Ejecting CD Selecting track Scanning CD Fast-backing or fast-forwarding tracks Selecting tracks by random play
32 5 28 CD player z Safety instructions Operating temperatures The CD player is designed to operate in the temperature range from 0 C to 60 C. In order to avoid malfunctions, use the CD player only in the specified temperature range. High relative humidity can cause condensation to form on the focusing lens of the laser beam, causing disc-read errors. Repairs The CD player is a Class 1 laser device. Do not remove the housing cover; have all repairs carried out by trained, qualified specialists. Handling CDs Hold CDs by the outer rim only. Make every effort to keep CDs free of fingerprints, dust, scrapes and moisture. Do not affix adhesive labels to CDs. Clean your CDs from time to time, wiping them gently from the centre toward the rim with a CD cleaning cloth. Switching on CD player Switch on the audio system ( 12) Press the CD/* button to select the operating mode for the CD player. If the CD drive is empty, the CD player starts automatically as soon as a CD is inserted. The first track on the CD or the track played most recently is played. The display shows the name of the track. If there is no CD in the player, the display shows NO CD. If the CD is not playable, the display shows CD ERROR.
33 z CD player Inserting CD Switch on the audio system ( 12) Ejecting CD Switch on the audio system ( 12) Selecting track 5 29 Slip the CD about one third of the way into CD slot 1. The CD is automatically pulled in the rest of the way. If the audio system is not yet in CD mode, this mode is automatically activated. The first track on the CD is played. The display shows the name of the track. Press eject button 2. The CD slides part-way out of the slot. The radio mode is activated. Press button 2 or 4. The track number increases or decreases by one each time you press the corresponding button.
34 5 30 Scanning CD Fast-backing or fastforwarding tracks Selecting tracks by random play CD player z Press the SC/RP button. Starting at the current track, each track on the CD is played for approximately 10 seconds. The display shows the name of the track being played, accompanied by the letters SC. Press the SC/RP button, button 2 or button 4 to select the track currently playing. The CD scan is aborted after three passes or if a button on the operating panel is pressed. Press the MAN button. The display shows the name of the current track, accompanied by the symbol <>. Press button 2 or 4. The track fast-forwards or fastbacks until you release the button. The display shows the name of the current track accompanied by the symbol >> for fast-forwarding or << for fast-backing. Press and hold down the SC/ RP button until the reading on the display changes. The display shows the name of the current track, accompanied by the letters RP. The next track to be played is selected at random. Press the SC/RP button again to exit random-play mode.
35 z External audio devices External audio devices Requirements Connecting audio device Options for adjusting the input signal Adjusting input-signal level Volume
36 6 32 External audio devices z Requirements Suitable audio devices (such as an MP3 player, for example) can be connected to the audio system by means of the plug in the stowage compartment. The audio device must have a compatible connector be stowable inside the stowage compartment. Connecting audio device Attempting to route the connecting cable out between the radio compartment and the cover can damage the seal. Do not attempt to route the connecting cable out of the radio compartment. The audio device can shift inside the stowage compartment while the motorcycle is in motion. In order to avoid damage, wrap the audio device with suitable protective enveloping material. Use plug 1 to connect the audio device to the audio system. Switch on the audio device and slip it into the stowage compartment. When the brakes are applied the audio device can slide forward and hit the eject button of the CD drive. Make sure there is no CD in the drive. Close the lid of the compartment, making sure that neither the audio device nor the cable is trapped.
37 z External audio devices Repeatedly press the CD/* button until the AUX operating mode is selected. Options for adjusting the input signal You can set the audio device's input signal level to any of six settings. Adjusting input-signal level Adjust input-signal level 3 by means of buttons 2 and 4. Volume Adjust the volume as described in Chapter 2 ( 13). The volume range at your disposal for adjustment 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-signal level and adjust the volume of the audio device in such a way that the volume range available for adjustment corresponds to that of the other operating modes. 6 33
38 6 34 External audio devices z
39 z Technical data Technical data Indicators and what they mean Technical data for radio Technical data for external audio devices
40 7 36 Technical data z Indicators and what they mean Radio MUTE MAN SEEK MEM AS-SEEK NO STATION TP-INFO SPEAKER SVOL Mute function Manual station search Automatic station search Manual station save Automatic station save No station broadcasting at sufficient signal strength Traffic-programme announcement Speakers deactivated Speed-dependent volume adjustment
41 z Technical data CD NO CD CD ERROR CD TEMP TR xy TR xy SC TR xy RP TR xy <> TR xy << TR xy >> Others AUX INTERCOM No CD in the drive CD not playable Temperature in the CD drive too high Playing track xy Playing track xy in SCAN mode Playing track xy in random-play mode Playing track xy, manual fast-forward/fast-back activated Fast-backing track xy Fast-forwarding track xy External audio device in operation Intercom system in operation; other modes (radio, CD, external audio devices) inactive 7 37
42 7 38 Technical data z Technical data for radio Wavebands FM VHF, double-tuner concept AM LW, MW and SW Station memory FM 6 FM-AS 6 AM-LW 6 AM-MW 6 AM-SW 6 RDS information Programme Identification PI Programme ID Programme Service Name PS Programme name Enhanced Other Networks Information EON Additional information on other programme networks Alternative Frequencies List AF Alternative frequencies Traffic Programme Flag TP Identifier for traffic programme Traffic Announcement Flag TA Identifier for traffic announcement
43 z Technical data Technical data for external audio devices Plug 3.5 mm, Stereo jack plug Input-signal range V, Effective 7 39
44 8 40 Index z A Abbreviations and symbols, 4 Audio device Adjusting input-signal level, 33 Connecting, 10, 32 Technical data, 39 Audio system Status indicators, 9 Switching off, 7, 12 Switching on, 7, 12 B Bass Adjusting sound, 15 C CD Ejecting, 10, 29 Fast back, 7, 30 Fast forward, 7, 30 Inserting, 10, 29 Random play, 7, 30 Scanning, 7, 30 Selecting track, 8, 29 Status indicators, 37 CD player Safety instructions, 28 Currency, 4 H Height Adjusting sound, 15 L Loudness Switching off, 16 Switching on, 16 Loudspeaker Switching off, 15 Switching on, 15 M Multifunction display, 9 O Operating mode Selecting, 7, 12 Operating panel at handlebars, 8 Overall view, 7 R Radio Calling up stations saved to memory, 24 Regional broadcasts, 21 Scanning waveband, 7, 23 Selecting AM range, 7, 21 Selecting FM range, 7, 20 Station save, automatic, 24 Station save, manual, 7, 23 Station search, automatic, 22 Station search, manual, 7, 8, 22 Status indicators, 36 Switching on, 20 Technical data, 38 Radio Data System RDS Switching off, 20 Switching on, 20 S Sound Adjusting, 7, 14
45 Sound curve Switching off, 16 Switching on, 16 Stowage compartment, 10 T Technical data Audio device, 39 Radio, 38 Standards, 4 Traffic channel Adjusting volume, 26 Switching on, 8, Index z V Volume Adapt to speed, 14 Adjusting, 8, 13 Adjusting front/rear fade setting, 16 Adjusting left/right balance setting, 16 Lowering, 8, 13
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