Ford 6000cd Manuel de l'utilisateur

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Page 1 - Audio system

Owner's handbookAudio system100% Ford. 100% Entertainment.

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INCORRECT SECURITYCODEOn all units except 2050Up to TEN Keycode entry attemptsare allowed with variousconsequences if you get it wrong.The number of a

Page 3 - Table of Contents

5. Use the left/right arrow buttons tomove across the display, and usethe volume control or theup/down arrow buttons on SonyCD/6CD, to select or chang

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SETTING THE CLOCKAND DATE ON THEAUDIO UNITAll units, except the 2050, the5000C, the 6000CD with centrallylocated on/off and volume control,and Sony CD

Page 5 - Audio introduction

Note: If you do not press the CLOCKbutton within 30 seconds of changinga date or time value, the display willexit and save the new valuesautomatically

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ON/OFF CONTROL• Press the on/off control to turnyour unit on or off. This will alsooperate the unit for up to onehour with the ignition turned off.The

Page 7 - Audio unit overview

• Where the adjustment is featuredon a single button, press thebutton once for fade or twice forbalance.• Where there are separatebuttons, press the r

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Sony CD/6CDSecond level func-tionsMenu features - First level featuresDuring all functionsDuring CDchangerplaybackDuring CDplaybackDuring tapeplayback

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5000C/6000CDSecond level func-tionsMenu features - First level featuresDuring all functionsDuring CDchangerplaybackDuring CDplaybackDuring tapeplaybac

Page 10 - Audio system security

• Press AUDIO repeatedly to selectthe required item.• Use the volume control to makethe necessary adjustment. Thedisplay indicates the levelselected.W

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• Press and hold the wavebandbutton. On 2050 short press theAST button.• The sound mutes and on someunits a beep is heard and an ‘AST’or ‘AUTOSTORE’ d

Page 12 - AUDIO UNIT

The information contained in this publication was correct at the time of going to print. In theinterest of development the right is reserved to change

Page 13 - Sony CD/6CD

If the traffic signal weakens, ‘TP’ or‘TP LOST’ will flash in the display andon some units a beep will be heard.Press the SEEK button or, theleft/righ

Page 14 - Audio unit operation

Ending trafficannouncementsThe audio unit will return to normaloperation at the end of each trafficannouncement. To end theannouncement prematurely, p

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All units except 2050• Press the MENU buttonrepeatedly until a SCAN displayappears.• Use the SEEK button to scan upor down the selected waveband.‘Scn’

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AUTOMATIC VOLUMECONTROL (AVC)AVC automatically adjusts the volumelevel to compensate for engine noiseand road speed noise. Whenavailable:• Press the M

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• Press and hold the MENU buttonuntil the display changes.• Press the MENU buttonrepeatedly until an RICP displayappears.• Use the SEEK button to sele

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All other units except 2050• Press and hold the MENU buttonuntil the display changes.• Press the MENU buttonrepeatedly until an ‘AF’ displayappears.•

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During news broadcasts, the displayalternates between the station nameand ‘NEWS’. News interrupts arebroadcast at the same preset volumelevel as traff

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DescriptionClassificationCurrent affairsAFFAIRSSee note belowALARMChildren’s programmesCHILDRENClassical musicCLASSICSCountry musicCOUNTRYCULTUREDocum

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Note: Some radio stations can alsotransmit emergency informationunder the undocumented categoryof ALARM but this programme typecannot be selected manu

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CASSETTE TAPEPLAYBACKNote: Always remove cassettesfrom the unit when your not usingthem.All units automatically switch to tapeoperation as soon as a c

Page 23 - Audio unit menus

Audio introduction...3Important audio information...3Radio reception...4Audio unit overview...5Audio sy

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5500• Press the left arrow button twice.• Press the right arrow button toend fast rewind and restart thetape.All other units except 2050• Press the le

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4050, 5000 and 5000C• Press AM/FM to restore radioreception, or the CD button torestore CD playback when achanger is fitted.• Press the left/right arr

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LOADING COMPACTDISCS6500 and 6000CDInsert a CD in the slot.6006To load a single CD:• Press and release the LOADbutton. ‘WAIT’ will appear in thedispla

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To load more than one CD:• Press and hold the LOAD button.‘INSERT ALL’ and then ‘PLEASEWAIT’ appear in the display.• When this changes to ‘PLEASELOAD’

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Except Sony CD/6CD• Press the right or up arrowbuttons once to move to the nexttrack or press it repeatedly toaccess later tracks.• Press the left or

Page 29 - Cassette tape player

Note: On the 6000MP3 unit, youshould press the CD button threetimes to activate the CD changer.If the CD button is pressed when nodiscs are loaded, th

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If a selected disc is damaged orupside down, the warning ‘CDERROR’ flashes and the disc numberis displayed. The unit then selects thenext available di

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• ‘SHUFFLE’ options are ‘OFF’,‘FOL’ which shuffles tracks in thecurrent folder, and ‘ALL’ whichplays all tracks on the disc inrandom order.• ‘REPEAT’

Page 32 - Compact disc player

• Press the MENU buttonrepeatedly until a ‘SCAN’ displayappears.• Use the SEEK button to scan upor down the tracks selected.• Press SEEK again to cont

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‘EJECT’ and ‘REMOVE’ appear in thedisplay and the disc is held ready forremoval. If it is not removed, the discwill be pulled back into the audio unit

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Track selection...31Compact disc playback...32Compact disc selection...33Fast forward/revers

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When one of these buttons ispressed and released, the first trackin the next or previous folder will beselected and played. The SEEKbutton (described

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For Joliet or Romeo in the expansionformat, please consider theserestrictions when configuring yourCD writing software.Multi sessionThis is a recordin

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Playback tip: To specify a desiredplayback order, before the folder orfile name, input the order by number(e.g., “01,” “02”), then recordcontents onto

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• Press the up/down arrow buttonsto select another folder.• Press the left/right arrow buttonsto select another track (file) withinthe folder.MP3 DISP

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Sony CD unitWhen an MP3 disc is playing, certaininformation encoded in each trackcan be displayed. Such informationwill normally include:• The file na

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Sony CD• Press the MENU button and usethe up/down arrow buttons toselect a ‘REPEAT’ display.• Use the left/right arrow buttons toselect ‘REPEAT TRACK’

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Except Sony 6CD• To eject all discs, press and holdEJ until ‘EJECT’ or ‘EJECT ALL’ isdisplayed.• The display will alternate between‘EJECT’ and ‘REMOVE

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Where available, this socket islocated in the vehicle glove box andpermits an auxiliary device, like aportable MiniDisc or MP3 player, tobe linked int

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REAR SEAT CONTROLSE66142Where available, the way the RearSeat Audio System control paneloperates will depend on which RSEmenu option is selected.• Pre

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Station preset/CD/MP3folder selector• Press this button repeatedly toselect radio stations stored on thepreset buttons, MP3 folders ordiscs from the m

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IMPORTANT AUDIOINFORMATIONWARNINGSCopyright laws vary fromcountry to country; pleasecheck the laws in your country if youwant to record from copyright

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• Press the MENU button and usethe up/down arrow buttons untilan RSE display appears.• Press the left/right arrow buttonsto select from ‘ RSE Ctrl On’

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However, if the headphone socketsare used, audio output remainsunaffected through the frontcompartment speakers and, in thisway, front and rear seat p

Page 48 - Rear passenger controls

AUDIO UNITCassette careThe tape head in the cassette playerneeds to be cleaned regularly with arecommended ‘wet’ cleaning tapeto maintain the best sou

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RectificationAudio unit displayInternal fault, see your Ford Dealer.E2E, E2D, E3, E5, E7, E11,E15, CD ERRORClean the disc and try again.E12, E23, E24,

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AAlternative frequencies...222050...23All other units except 2050...23S

Page 52 - Audio system care

EEjecting a cassette tape...292050, 5000C and 5500...29All other units except 5000C and5500...

Page 53 - Audio troubleshooting

OOn/off control...122050...12One hour mode...

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VVehicle identification (VID)...8On all units except 2050...8Volume control...12WWaveba

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• You cannot play a CD-R/CD-RWthat is not finalised. (This processis necessary for a recordedCD-R/CD-RW disc to be playedon the audio CD player.)• Wit

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6S5J-19C104-DA (CG3508en)

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20504050 and 5000E661256000 CD SeriesE661275000CE661296000CD Series (with rockervolume control)E661305500E661386000CD (with centrallylocated On/off an

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6006EE66134Sony CDE66135Sony 6CDE661376Audio unit overview

Page 60 - 6S5J-19C104-DA (CG3508en)

REMOVABLE FRONTPANELNote: During removal, avoidtouching the contacts on the back ofthe panel and do not use excessiveforce to refit it.• Where availab

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