Danby 820HD User's Manual

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT USE THIS PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION
CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED
TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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CAUTION
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk ofelectric
shock to persons.
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The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding plug-type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for
your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way, such as when the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
The appliance shall not be exposed to drippng or splashing water and that no object
filled with liquid such as vases shall be placed on the apparatus.
HD Radio™ Technology Manufactured Under License From
iBiquity Digital Corporation. iBiquity Digital, the HD Radio logo,
and the HD logo are registered trademarks of iBiquity Digital
Corporation. HD RadioTM is a trademark of iBiquity Digital
Corporation. U.S. and Foreign Patents.
Page Index
Product Carton Contents......................................................................................... 1
Initial Setup.............................................................................................................. 2-3
Radio Operation.......................................................................................................... 4
Favorites Organizer Band Operation................................................................... 5
Technical Information............................................................................................... 6
Faceplate and Remote Control Quick Reference........................................ 8-9
Additional Information
Audio Display, Jog Menus, Headphone/Aux Jacks........................10-11
Alarm Features..........................................................................................................11
Alarm Operation 1 - Wakeup Settings Adjustment ..............................12-15
Alarm Operation 2 - Alarm Activation..............................................................16
Product Carton Contents
1) SoundWorks Radio 820HD
2) FM telescoping whip antenna (packed separately,
shown attached to radio)
3) AM loop antenna
4) FM external wire antenna
5) FM external dipole antenna
6) Infrared remote control
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Setup
Antenna Pack
Whip Antenna
1) Locate and remove the Antenna Pack and the
Whip Antenna from the carton.
Remove the Antenna Connection leaflet, the AM
antenna, the FM wire antenna and the FM dipole
antenna from the Antenna Pack.
2)
Refer to the Antenna Connection leaflet.
Choose and connect an FM Antenna.
Position the FM antenna.
Connect and position the AM antenna.
3) Insert the AC cord.
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12VDC
OUT
OPT DIGITAL
OUT
FIRMLY push the
AC cord connector
into the back panel
socket.
4) Place the radio in its intended location.
Connect the AC plug to a 120 VAC outlet.
5) Press the Power button.
You can now set the date and time.
6)
To reach the date and time adjustment screen:
First press and hold the JOG button until you see
"HD RADIO & ANALOG" on the display.
Then briefly press the JOG button three more times
to reach the "SET CLOCK" screen.
Use the VOLUME control to make an adjustment,
then press the JOG button again to reach the
next Date and Time value. Repeat this process
for each Date and Time values.
After the last value is set, either wait for the screen
to return to normal radio operation, or press the
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Radio Operation
1) Select the FM or AM band by pressing the
AM/FM/Aux button on the front panel
or the remote control.
2) Tune stations using TUNE or SEEK (faceplate or
remote). See page 8 for more information. SEEK
TUNING
FAVORITE
FM AM AUX
JOG
SEEK
Tune & Seek
Buttons
TUNING
Numeric Entry Tuning (remote control only)
Press the NUMERIC ENTRY button, then enter
the station frequency using the PRESET numbered buttons.
Preset Button Assignment
3) If desired, store ten radio stations (either AM or FM) for
immediate recall. While tuned to the station, press and
hold down a PRESET button on the remote control for
at least two seconds. The display will confirm the station is stored.
Favorite Assignment
4) Besides using the ten PRESET buttons on the remote
control, you can assign an additional twenty stations to
appear in the FAVORITE organizer band. See the next
page for a description of its operation.
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FAVORITE
FM AM AUX
Favorite
Button
FAVORITE
FAVORITE Organizer Band Operation
The Favorite band organizes up to thirty of your favorite stations. It combines the stations you assign to the
Remote Control numeric keypad as Presets with up to
twenty additional Favorite stations. The Favorite band
always places these stations in their frequency order, with
FM stations followed by AM stations.
1) Each station assigned as a PRESET is included in
the FAVORITE band. If you assign ten stations to
the remote control's PRESET buttons, you already
have a ten station FAVORITE band.
2) Besides your PRESET selections, you can assign up
to twenty additional AM and FM stations as Favorites. Tune to a station that isn't already assigned to
a Preset button, then press and hold the FAVORITE
button (front panel or remote) for over two seconds. The display confirms Favorite assignment.
3) To remove Favorite status from a station, simply
tune to that station, then press and hold the
FAVORITE button for more than two seconds. The
display confirms removal of Favorite assignment.
4) To use the Favorite band, select it using the AM/FM/Aux button.
With the FAVORITE band selected, each click of SEEK or
TUNE navigates among your favorite stations.
The Favorite band expands or contracts as you add or
remove a Preset or Favorite station.
Second or Third streams of an HD Radio multicast can also
be assigned Favorite status.
Indicates the FAVORITE
band is selected
Indicates the fifth of
twenty-two Favorite
stations is selected.
Confirmation
of stored Favorite
Selecting
the FAVORITE
Band
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Technical Information
Receiving HD Radio™ broadcasts:
A broadcast with an HD Radio™ digital signal does not
immediately start to play when you tune to the station's
frequency. The receiver builds up a reserve of digital information before it starts playing the audio. This digital signal
reserve insures the audio program isn't affected by temporary drops in the strength or quality of the received signal.
Once the digital signal starts to play, the radio will also
show whether the station is broadcasting more than one
program, called a "multicast".
The "-1" after the
frequency shows this is
the first program in a
multicast.
The "-2" after the
frequency shows this is
the second program in
a multicast.
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ANALOG ONLY MODE:
It is possible a station's broadcast with HD Radio™ technology has insufficient signal strength at your location for a
consistent lock on the digital broadcast stream. If this is the
case, the station would switch periodically between digital
and analog reception.
To listen to this station with a consistent signal, select Analog Only mode in the JOG menu.
Analog Only mode applies to all stations. You will have
to select "HD Radio and Analog" to restore digital reception
if you switch to a different stronger, HD Radio™ compliant
broadcast.
Automatic "Analog Only" status
If you frequently listen to a station with insufficient
signal strength for consistent reception of an HD Radio™
broadcast, store the station as a Preset or Favorite while the
"Analog Only" mode is active. Then switch to another station
and restore the radio to "HD Radio and Analog" mode.
Now, every time you select the weaker station via the
Preset button or the Favorite band, the radio will automatically engage Analog Only mode. Tuning to a different station
will restore "HD Radio and Analog" operation.
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Faceplate
Quick Reference
Faceplate and Remote Control
All Faceplate controls are also
on the Remote Control.
HD Radio™ Program Stream
indicator
When visible, the current program
uses HD Radio™ technology.
HD CARRIER LIGHT
When this HD symbol is visible,
there is an HD Radio™ digital
stream within the broadcast signal.
SEEK
If the AM band or FM Band is active,
these buttons tune to the next broadcast
(multicast streams within an HD broadcast
are skipped). If the Favorite Band is active,
these buttons move to the next Favorite
(broadcast or multicast stream).
TUNING
If the AM or FM band is selected, adjust this
knob to tune the radio frequency or to the
next stream within an HD Radio multicast.
If the Favorite band is selected, adjust to
select among Favorites (broadcasts or
multicast streams).
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SEEK
FAVORITE
TUNING
FAVORITE
FM AM AUX
SOURCE
Push repeatedly to select the
FM, AM or Favorite bands or
the Aux input.
JOG
VOLUME
In normal operation, this knob adjusts
volume output.
In a JOG or ALARM adjustment mode,
this knob selects various radio and
mode settings.
ALARM 1, ALARM 2
Push and quickly release either button
to activate Wake to Music Alarm, Wake
to Tone Alarm or No Wakeup.
Push and hold either button for two
seconds to engage alarm setting
adjustment. Alternate between the
Volume control and the alarm button
to make adjustments.
FAVORITE
While the AM or FM band is selected,
push and hold this button for two
seconds to assign FAVORITE status to a
station.
If the current station already holds Favorite status, push and hold this button
to remove FAVORITE status.
POWER/SLEEP
Press and quickly release once to select
On or Standby.
Rapid, repeated pushes engages a
timed shutoff mode (SLEEP).
JOG [see page 10 for complete menu listings]
Press quickly to enter the adjustment
mode for the primary radio settings.
Press and hold to enter the adjustment
mode of the secondary radio settings.
Alternate between the Volume control
and the JOG button for adjustments.
Remote Control
The designated buttons
are unique to the Remote
Control. The other buttons
function like the controls
on the Faceplate.
PRESETS/KEYPAD
Press and hold any of these
buttons to store a station
for immediate recall.
Press briefly to recall the
station.
INFO
Pressing this button displays useful information briefly or starts
the Audio Display. In sequence,
this button shows:
* Alarm settings (if an alarm is
activated)
* The date and time
* Enables or disables the Audio
Display.
ANALOG/DIGITAL
This button switches between
analog only operation and
automatic analog/digital radio
operation.
SLEEP
Sleep mode automatically turns
the radio off after a user-determined interval. Repeated presses
of the button increase the interval in 15 minute increments.
NUMERIC ENTRY
Press this button, then enter
a station frequency using the
PRESET buttons as numbers.
The radio chooses AM or FM
based on the frequency.
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Additional Information
1) Audio Display:
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This feature displays a radio broadcast's audio spectrum.
It shows the intensity of the audio at ten different frequency
bands. Once engaged, the Audio Display becomes the
default screen. Any control action will replace the Audio
Display until five seconds after the last control input.
Use the INFO button on the remote or a "press and
hold" of the JOG button on the radio faceplate to engage or
disengage the Audio Display feature. Entering Standby also
disengages the Audio Display.
The Audio Display is only active on radio station audio. It
does not show a spectrum of the AUX input signal.
AUDIO
DISPLAY
2) JOG menu
3) Headphone Jack, Auxiliary Inputs:
After a brief press of the JOG button, the following choices can be
made by further brief presses of the JOG button:
Bass & Treble adjustment
Display Text (Fixed, Scrolling, Station ID only, None)
Favorites Mode (Enabled, Disabled, Clear All)
Audio Display (Enabled, Disabled)
After a press and hold of the JOG button, the following choices can
be made by further brief presses of the JOG button:
HD Radio And Analog, Analog Only
Set Snooze (5 to 55 minutes)
Loudness (On, Off )
Set Clock (and date)
Contrast (-4 to +4)
The side-mount headphone jack
accepts any headphone with a 3.5 mm stereo miniplug.
The side-mount auxiliary input accepts a 3.5 mm
stereo miniplug. Use it with all portable audio devices. This
input takes precedence over the rear auxiliary input.
NOTE: Headphone use
mutes the speakers
Additional Information Continued
3) Rear Input Configuration:
The rear auxiliary input accepts a 3.5 mm stereo
miniplug. Use it with all portable audio devices.
The 12 VDC OUT can be used with special accessories,
like a Cambridge SoundWorks portable audio player dock.
The OPT DIGITAL OUT provides a SPDIF-compliant
audio signal of the tuner output.
Alarm Features
The SoundWorks Radio 820HD has two independent
wakeup alarms.
ACTIVATION
Each alarm can be set to Wake To Music or Wake to Tone (a
beep sound) using the Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 buttons.
RESET
Once either alarm activates, reset the alarm by pressing
either the Alarm 1 button, the Alarm 2 button or Power.
SNOOZE
12VDC
OUT
OPT DIGITAL
OUT
FM
ANT
AM
ANT
The Snooze bar silences the wakeup alarm for a user-determined interval. The wakeup alarm reactivates after the
snooze interval.
DAILY PATTERN
Each alarm can be programmed to activate in a daily pattern. The four daily patterns are Once, Daily, Weekday (Monday through Friday) and Weekend (Saturday and Sunday).
The first section of Alarm Operation explains how to adjust
each alarm. The adjustments are wakeup time, radio band
and frequency, music wakeup volume and daily pattern.
The second section of Alarm Operation explains how to
quickly choose the Alarm Activation mode (music wakeup,
tone wakeup, or no wakeup) using the Alarm buttons.
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Alarm Operation 1 - Wakeup Settings Adjustment
1) Press and hold down either Alarm button for two
seconds. The radio switches to the HOUR adjustment
display.
HOUR
adjustment
2 sec
2) Adjust VOLUME to select the desired hour.
FAVORITE
FM AM AUX
JOG
HOUR
change
3) Tap the Alarm button again to move to the MINUTES
adjustment display.
MINUTES
adjustment
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4) Adjust VOLUME to select the desired MINUTES setting.
FAVORITE
FM AM AUX
JOG
MINUTES
change
5) Tap the Alarm button again to move to the BAND adjustment display.
BAND
adjustment
6) Adjust VOLUME to select the band of a wakeup station.
FAVORITE
FM AM AUX
JOG
BAND
change
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5) Tap the Alarm button again to move to the FREQUENCY adjustment display.
FREQUENCY
adjustment
6) Adjust VOLUME to select the frequency of a wakeup station.
FREQUENCY
change
FAVORITE
FM AM AUX
JOG
7) Tap the Alarm button again to move to the WAKEUP
VOLUME adjustment display.
WAKEUP
VOLUME
adjustment
8) Adjust VOLUME to select the desired wakeup volume.
FAVORITE
FM AM AUX
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JOG
WAKEUP
VOLUME
change
9) Tap the Alarm button again to move to the DAILY PATTERN
adjustment display.
DAILY
PATTERN
adjustment
10)Adjust VOLUME to select the desired daily alarm repetition.
Daily Alarm Options
Daily:
Weekdays:
Weekend:
Once:
Alarm sounds every day.
Alarm sounds every Mon, Tue,
Wed, Thu, Fri.
Alarm sounds every Sat, Sun.
Alarm sounds once, then cancels
after reset.
FAVORITE
FM AM AUX
JOG
DAILY
PATTERN
change
11)Tap the Alarm button again to complete the alarm adjustment
session.
NORMAL
DISPLAY
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Alarm Operation 2 - Alarm Activation
1) Press and quickly release either the Alarm 1 or the Alarm 2
button ("tap" the button). The radio switches to the Alarm
Activation display.
first tap
2) While the display is visible, continue to use the Alarm
button to choose between Music Wakeup alarm, Tone
Wakeup alarm and NO alarm.
second tap
3) Once you see the desired Alarm Activation mode on
the display, wait five seconds. The radio will store your
request and return the radio to normal operation.
third tap
WAIT five
seconds after
your choice
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ALARM
ACTIVATION
display
TONE
WAKEUP
display
ALARM
OFF
display
NORMAL
operation
Alarm Operation 2 - Alarm Reset and Snooze
RESET
Once either alarm activates, reset the alarm by pressing either the Alarm 1 button, the Alarm 2 button or
Power.
These buttons reset a
Wakeup Alarm
Faceplate
Remote
Control
SNOOZE
The Snooze bar silences the wakeup alarm for a userdetermined interval. The wakeup alarm reactivates
after the snooze interval.
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