USER MANUAL CR-422

USER MANUAL
CR-422
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Please read this user manual carefully before start using the product.
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
1. “SNOOZE / DIMMER / SLEEP” button
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
“MEM / TIME” button
“VOL - / AL1“ button
“VOL+ / AL2” button
“TUN - / HOUR” button
“TUN + / MIN” button
7. “
/ FUNC” button
8. Battery compartment below
9. Antenna
10. Power cable
11. ‘Line-in” jack
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
Time and radio frequency display
Alarm 1 buzzer indicator
Alarm 1 radio indicator
SLEEP indicator
Alarm 2 buzzer indicator
Alarm 2 radio indicator
0.05 mHz indicator
NAP indicator
PREPARATION OR USE
This clock radio includes a battery backup system that will maintain the time and
alarm settings during a temporary power interruption. Insert two ‘AAA’ size batteries
correctly by matching the polarity (+/-) markings in the battery compartment (10). If
you experience a power failure while batteries are installed, the display will turn ‘off’
but the clock will continue to run and maintain your alarm settings. Please replace all
batteries at the same time with only new batteries.
The clock radio has slip proof silicon feet. Place the clock radio only on protected
furniture.
Plug AC plug (12) into 230vac electrical outlet.
Unwind the FM antenna (9) on the back of the clock radio. Extend and reposition the
antenna for best radio reception.
Note: The time and alarm times can only be set when the radio is turned off.
ALARM CLOCK OPERATION
SETTING THE TIME
1. Press and hold down “MEM / TIME” button (2) for approximately 3 seconds until
the display flashes.
2. Press “TUN - / HOUR” button (5) repeatedly to change the hour setting.
3. Press “TUN + / MIN” button (6) repeatedly to change the minute setting.
4. Press “MEM / TIME” button (2) to confirm at the time and the display will stop
flashing.
SETTING THE ALARM TIME
This clock radio has dual alarms that can be set and used independently. The
procedure to set both alarms are the same. Both alarms can either sound the buzzer
or wake up to radio.
1. Press “VOL – / AL1” button (3) for setting alarm time 1 and indicator (B) will flash.
2. Press “VOL – / AL1” button (3) again for setting alarm buzzer 1 and indicator (C)
will flash.
3. When the digits are flashing, press “TUN - / HOUR” button (5) repeatedly to
change the hour setting. Press “TUN + / MIN” button (6) repeatedly to change the
minute setting.
4. Press “VOL – / AL1” button (3) to confirm.
5. To cancel alarm, press “VOL – / AL1” button (3) until the alarm indicators are off.
When the alarm sounds, press “
/ FUNC” button (7) to turn off alarm or press
“SNOOZE / DIMMER / SLEEP” button (1) to enter snooze mode. Alarm indicators
will blink during snooze mode. Alarm will sound again after 10 minutes.
6. Follow the same instructions for alarm 2 with “VOL + / AL2” button (4).
Note: You must make the time and alarm time adjustments while the display is
flashing. The display will stop flashing after approximately 10 seconds if adjustments
are not made.
RADIO OPERATIONS
General Operations
1. Press “
/ FUNC” button (7) to turn radio on and change between Auxiliary
Mode, FM radio and “AUX” will appear for Auxiliary Mode. The radio station
frequency will appear for the FM radio.
2. Press and hold down “
/ FUNC” button (7) for approximately 3 seconds to
turn radio off.
3. Press “VOL + / AL1“ button (3) or “VOL - / AL2“ button (4) to adjust volume level.
The display changes to show the volume level indication (00 to 16). 00 is the
quietest and 16 is the loudest.
Auxiliary Mode
1. Plug in auxiliary music player at ‘Line-in’ jack (11). Unplug and remove music
player when finished.
1.
2.
3.
4.
FM Radio
For manual tuning, press “TUN- / HOUR” button (5) or “TUN + / MIN“ button (6).
For automatic tuning, press and hold down “TUN- / HOUR” button (5) or “TUN +
/ MIN” button (6) for approximately 3 seconds. Repeat to scan for the next
available station.
When the time is showing, press “TUN- / HOUR” button (5) or “TUN + /
MIN“ button (6) “ to show the radio station frequency.
Extend or reposition the antenna and/or the radio for best reception.
Pre-set Station Memory
1. The radio can store up to 20 stations.
2. To store a station in memory, tune to the desired radio station. Press and hold
down “MEM / TIME” button (2) for approximately 2 seconds and a number
starting with “P” on the display will flash. This “P” number represent the 20
memory stations.
3. Press “TUN- / HOUR” button (5) or “TUN + / MIN” button (6) repeatedly to the
desired memory station. Then press “MEM / TIME” button (2) once to confirm.
4. To recall the station, press “MEM / TIME” button (2) until desired station is
reached.
Sleep mode
1. When the radio is on, press “SNOOZE / DIMMER / SLEEP” button (1) to enter
sleep mode. “Sleep” indicator “D” will be on and “90” will be displayed. Radio will
turn off in 90 minutes. Press “SNOOZE / DIMMER / SLEEP” button (1) again to
change sleep time (90 minutes to 10 minutes).
NAP
1. When the radio is off, press “SNOOZE / DIMMER / SLEEP” button (1) to enter
NAP mode. The “Nap” indicator “H” will be on.
2.
3.
4.
Press “SNOOZE / DIMMER / SLEEP” button (1) to set the desired nap time (90,
60, 30 mins and OFF.) (units in minutes). OFF is to cancel NAP time.
The radio turn on to the previously set radio station after the pre-set nap time.
You may press the “SNOOZE / DIMMER / SLEEP” button (1) to view the
remaining time before the radio turns on. (units in minutes) Or change the NAP
time by pressing the “SNOOZE / DIMMER / SLEEP” button (1).
DIMMER
Press and hold down “SNOOZE / DIMMER / SLEEP” button (1) for approximately 2
seconds to change the brightness of the display between high or low.
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