381QG01-A
Operating instruction
FM STEREO / AM / TV
19 MEMORY PRESETS
PLL SYNTHESIZED RECEIVER
DT-200VX
Limited Warranty
Sangean America, Inc. warrants this product to
be free from defects in material and workmanship
under normal use and conditions for a period of
90 (Ninety) days from the date of original purchase
on parts and labor.
Should service be necessary for any reason due
to manufacturing defect or malfunction during the
warranty period Sangean America, Inc. will repair or
replace at its description, the defective merchandise
at no charge (except for small charge for handling,
packing, return postage and insurance), upon
delivery of this product to Sangean America, Inc.
service center with a copy of proof of
purchase date.
Warranty is only valid in the United States of America,
Canada, and Mexico and is not transferable to
owners subsequent to the original owner.
This warranty does not cover intentional or
accidentally damaged product, or items used in ways
other than the item was intended to be, units repaired
or altered by persons other than Sangean America,
Inc., or damage caused by parts, accessories,
or batteries not supplied or approved for use
by Sangean America, Inc.
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Any applicable implied warranties, including the
warranty of merchantability, are limited in duration to
a period of 90 (Ninety) days from the date of original
purchase. No other warranties, whether expressed
or implied shall apply to this product thereafter.
Sangean America, Inc. is not liable for any loss or
damage, direct or consequential arising out of the
use of, or inability to use this product. (Some states
do not allow limitation or implied warranties or
exclusion of consequential damage, therefore,
these restrictions may not apply to you.)
This warranty gives you specific legal rights
and these and additional rights may vary from
state to state.
To return product for warranty repair:
1. Remove the batteries (if applicable) and carefully
pack the unit along with all it’s accessories in a
suitable well padded corrugated box.
2. Enclose copy of proof of purchase with date and
a letter describing your specific problem.
3. Enclose your check or money order payable
to Sangean America, Inc. for the sum of $6.00
for return processing and shipping.
4. Insure and ship the unit via UPS, FedEx,
or Parcel Post to:
Sangean America, Inc.
Service Department
2651 Troy Avenue
South El Monte, CA 91733
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Headphone/Antenna Jack
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Note:
To improve reception during speaker use, leave
headphones or external antenna device plugged in
through earphone jack.
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Volume Control
You can rotate the volume control wheel located
on the top of the unit clockwise to increase
volume, counter-clockwise to decrease volume.
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Deep Bass Boost
The deep bass boost selector switch located on
the top back of the unit provides better bass
response. Best result will be achieved when using
headphones.
• To select Deep Bass Boost slide switch to
the left.
• To turn off slide switch to right.
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Power switch
Allows you to turn the unit on and off.
Display
Alert Indicator
90 Minute Auto Timer Indicator
C Stereo Tuned Indicator
D Lock Button Activated
E Memory Preset Position
F MY Favorites Feature Activated
G Battery Life Indicator
H Time Display
I Band Indicator
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B
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Speaker/Headphone Selector
On the top left side of the radio you will find the
output selector switch. With this selector switch
you can choose to use the built-in speaker,
or headphones.
To use speaker:
Set selector switch to SP. Selection
To use Headphones:
• In Stereo Mode: Set selector to ST. If the station is
tuned in stereo there will be a headphone indicator
with ST. on the tip middle part of the display.
• In M ono: Set selector to MO.
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LCD Display
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Memory Button/Clock Set
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Band Selection
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Manual Tuning
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My Favorites
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Lock Switch
The lock switch prevents accidental changing of
any of the radio settings.
• To enable the lock function slide the lock button
located on the right side of the unit to the up
position. When lock is activated there will be
this symbol located on the top of the display.
At this time no buttons should function.
• To disable the lock function, slide the switch
to the down position.
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Belt Clip
A removable belt clip is provided on the back of
the unit.
Removal:
It can be removed by gently pushing on the center
tab of the clip where indicated, and sliding the clip
downward towards the bottom of the radio.
Replacement:
You can easily connect the belt clip by inserting
the top of the clip into the designated receiver slots
and gently pushing the clip in an upwards motion
towards the top of the radio.
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Battery Compartment
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Battery Installation
NOTE:
A flashing “E” appearing on the LCD display indicates
a weak battery and that replacement of batteries
is required.
• Turn radio off.
• Prepare replacement batteries to ensure a quick
and easy change. Failure to change batteries within
1 minute will reset presets and clock settings.
• The battery cover is located on the back of the unit.
Apply a gentle downward pressure and slide the
door to the right side of the unit.
• Place 2 ‘AA’ batteries inside the unit oriented to
the illustration located just below the battery
compartment.
Tuning the Radio
Seek Tuning
• Turn radio on using the On/Off button located on
the top of the radio.
• Select desired band by pressing the “Band”
selector on the front of the unit.
• Press and hold the proper tuning button (Up/Down)
for approximately ½ second. Radio will seek for
next active signal station.
• Repeat as many times as desired.
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Manual Step Tuning
• Turn radio on using the On/Off button located on
the top of the radio.
• Select desired band by pressing the “Band”
selector on the front of the unit.
• Press the desired tuning button (Up/Down)
repeatedly until desired frequency is found.
Memory Tuning
To tune in stations already programmed into memory.
See Setting Memory Section for instructions on how
to program stations into radio memory.
• Turn radio on using the On/Off button located on
the top of the radio.
• Press “My Favorites” button located on the right
side of the radio. “MY” should appear on the right
hand of the display indicating function is on.
• Use tuning controls (Up/Down) to navigate through
memory programmed stations.
• Press “My Favorites” button to turn off memory
tuning.
Setting Memory
• Turn radio on using the On/Off button located on
the top of the radio.
• Select desired band by pressing the “Band”
selector on the front of the unit.
• Tune to desired station using either Manual Step
Tuning or Scan Tuning options.
• Press Memory Button located on the front of
radio unit and use the tuning controls (Up/Down)
to reach memory position as indicated in the top-right
of the display.
• Press Memory Button located on the front of the unit
to lock station into memory.
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Setting the Clock
This unit features a clock that will display the current
time while off. To set the clock:
• Turn unit off by depressing the power button
located on the top of the radio.
• Press and hold MEMO or CLOCK button until the
hour setting begins blinking and the colon is no
longer blinking.
• Select hour by using the Tuning Control Buttons
located just to the right of the display. Adjust UP or
DOWN accordingly until desired hour is displayed.
• Press MEMO or CLOCK button once to set the
minutes.
• The minute indicator should now be blinking.
Using the Tuning Control Buttons located just to
the right of the display. Adjust UP or DOWN
accordingly until desired minutes is displayed.
• Once time displayed matches desired setting
press MEMO or CLOCK button once more.
• Time should display solidly, with the colon
blinking periodically.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Band Frequency:
AM 520 - 1710 kHz
FM 87.5 - 108 MHz
TV ch 2 - 13 (VHF)
Earphone Jack:
3.5mm mini-plug
16 ohm impedance (stereo)
Output Power:
60mW (10% THD) via built-in speaker
16 ohm impedance (stereo)
Speaker: 1
inch diameter, 4 ohms impedance
External Power:
Speaker Earphones
AM
60
50mA
FM/TV
70
60mA
Batteries: 3 Volts (AA size)x2
Dimensions (WxHxD): 2.5” W x 4.2” H x 1.2” D
Weight: 3.8 ounces approximately without batteries.
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