Instruction Manual

Instruction Manual
DigitRadio 301 IR
DAB+/UKW/Internet radio
Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these Instructions.
3. Heed all Warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use the speaker near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
SPEAKER TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, fire, etc.:
1.
Do not place unit near any heat source such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
2.
Do not block any ventilation openings of unit.
3.
The unit shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the unit.
4.
Do not place any heavy loads onto the unit, and do not step on it, the load may fall and cause
serious injury to the unit.
5.
Please read Rating Labels at the rear of unit for power input and other safety information.
6.
This unit is intended to be used only with the power supply provided.
7.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at the plugs,
convenience receptacles, and at any point where they exit from the unit.
8.
Never unplug your unit by pulling on the power cord. Always grasp the plug firmly and pull
straight out from the outlet.
9.
Repair or replace all electric service cords that have become frayed or otherwise damaged
immediately. Do not use a cord that shows cracks or abrasion damage along its length, the
plug, or the connector end.
10. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not use this plug with an extension cord or other outlet
unless the blades can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure.
11. During lightning or raining days, unplug the unit for additional protection during
thunderstorms or when the unit is not used for prolonged periods. This will prevent damage to
the unit from lightning and power surges.
12. Do not attempt to carry out any service work yourself. By opening or removing the cabinet,
you may be exposed to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Any service work should be
carried out by qualified technicians.
13. The normal function of the product may be disturbed by strong Electro-Magnetic Interference.
If so, simply reset the product to resume normal operation by following the instruction manual.
In case the function could not resume, please use the product in other location.
14. The means of disconnecting this apparatus from the mains supply is plug of adaptor. The
disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
15. In the interests of safety and to avoid unnecessary energy consumption, never leave the unit
switched on while unattended for long periods of time, e.g. overnight, while on holiday or
while out of the house. Switch it off and disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket.
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Contents
Important Safety Instructions .......................................................................................................... 2
Contents .......................................................................................................................................... 3
Your radio ........................................................................................................................................ 5
Front View ................................................................................................................................ 5
Rear View ................................................................................................................................ 5
Getting Started ................................................................................................................................ 6
Setup Wizard ................................................................................................................................... 8
Internet Radio Mode ...................................................................................................................... 10
Local “Country” ...................................................................................................................... 10
Selecting a station through “Stations” .................................................................................... 11
Selecting a program through “Podcasts” ............................................................................... 12
Getting Access Code and FAQ from “Help” ........................................................................... 13
Adding station to “My Favourites” .......................................................................................... 13
Adding station to “My Added Stations” ................................................................................... 14
Viewing Station Information ................................................................................................... 15
Storing Preset Stations .......................................................................................................... 15
Recalling a Preset Station ...................................................................................................... 15
Music player Mode ........................................................................................................................ 16
Sharing Media with Windows Media Player ........................................................................... 16
Playing Shared Media ............................................................................................................ 17
My Playlist .............................................................................................................................. 17
Repeat Play Mode ................................................................................................................. 18
Shuffle Play Mode .................................................................................................................. 18
Clearing My Playlist ............................................................................................................... 18
Prune Servers ........................................................................................................................ 18
Now Playing Information ........................................................................................................ 18
DAB Mode ..................................................................................................................................... 19
Selecting DAB Mode .............................................................................................................. 19
Selecting another Station ....................................................................................................... 19
Secondary Service ................................................................................................................. 19
Scanning Stations .................................................................................................................. 20
Manual Tune .......................................................................................................................... 20
Prune Invalid .......................................................................................................................... 20
DRC (Dynamic Range Control) value .................................................................................... 20
Changing Station Order ......................................................................................................... 21
Viewing Station Information ................................................................................................... 21
Storing Preset Stations .......................................................................................................... 21
Recalling a Preset Station ...................................................................................................... 22
FM Mode ....................................................................................................................................... 23
Selecting FM Mode ................................................................................................................ 23
Scan settings ......................................................................................................................... 23
Audio Settings ........................................................................................................................ 23
Storing Preset Stations .......................................................................................................... 24
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Recalling a Preset Station ...................................................................................................... 24
General Operation ......................................................................................................................... 25
Setting Sleep .......................................................................................................................... 25
Setting Alarm ......................................................................................................................... 25
Network Setup ....................................................................................................................... 26
Setting Time/Date .................................................................................................................. 26
Setting Language ................................................................................................................... 27
Factory Reset ......................................................................................................................... 27
Software Update – Over the network ..................................................................................... 27
Setup Wizard ......................................................................................................................... 28
Viewing System Info .............................................................................................................. 28
Setting Backlight .................................................................................................................... 28
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................ 29
Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 30
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Your radio
Front View
1.
Speaker
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2.
MODE button
Press to switch among Internet, Music
3.
4.
BACK button
Press to return to previous menu screen.
7.
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob
player, DAB and FM mode.
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Turn to browse options.
VOLUME/
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Press to confirm selection.
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Press to activate snooze function
knob
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Press to switch unit on or standby.
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Turn to adjust volume level.
INFO button
Press to view station information when a
when alarm sounds.
8.
PRESET button
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program is playing
5.
Press and hold to save preset
station.
MENU button
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Press to recall preset station.
Press to display or exit menu screen.
9.
Display
Rear View
1.
DAB/FM antenna
2.
Headphones socket
3.
DC IN socket
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Getting Started
Carefully remove your radio from the box. You may wish to store the packaging for future use.
What you can find inside of your package
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Main unit
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Power adapter
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Instruction manual
Positioning your Radio
Place your radio on a flat / stable surface that is not subject to vibrations.
Avoid the following locations:
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Where the unit will be exposed to direct sunlight.
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Where the unit will be close to heat radiating sources.
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Where the humidity is high and ventilation is poor.
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Where it is dusty.
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Where it is damp or there is a possibility of water dripping or splashing onto unit.
Adjusting the Antenna
Extend the antenna to ensure you receive the best reception possible in both DAB and FM radio
modes. It may be necessary to adjust the position of the radio and /or antenna to achieve the best
signal.
Turning the Unit On/Off
Connect the plug at the end of power adaptor cable to the DC IN socket at the rear of unit. Then
insert the power adaptor into the mains socket. For initial use the unit will switch on.
Press the VOLUME/
knob to switch unit standby.
To turn off unit completely, unplug the power adapter from the mains socket.
Radio Auto-standby
To avoid unnecessary energy consumption, the radio will automatically go to standby after 15
minutes if the radio isn’t playing any programme/track.
Volume Control
Adjust the radio volume by turning VOLUME/
level and turn clockwise to increase volume level.
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knob. Turn anti-clockwise to decrease volume
Using Headphones
You will require headphones fitted with a 3.5 mm diameter stereo plug. The Headphones socket
is located at the rear of unit. Headphones are not supplied with this radio.
Turn down the volume before connecting headphones. Slowly raise the volume with the
headphones on until you reach your desired level.
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Note: long-term exposure to loud music may cause hearing damage. It is best to avoid
extreme volume when using headphones, especially for extended periods of time.
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Setup Wizard
1.
For initial use, the display will show “Setup wizard” screen.
2.
Press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm “YES” to start setup. Options in the setup
wizard include the following:
Date/Time
Set 12 or 24 hour format
Auto update
Synchronously update clock from the playing program you selected or set by yourself.
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Update from DAB
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Update from FM
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Update from Network
Select your time zone and daylight savings is needed.
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No update
Set the date and time is needed.
3.
The Wizard will now scan your location for accessible wireless networks. When the scan has
finished, a list of networks will be displayed.
Devices that support connection via WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) are identified in the list as
[WPS].
4.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob and then press it to select a wireless network you
wanted.
1)
If a WEP/WPA key (password) is required, radio will ask you to input the WEP/WPA
code and display the password entry screen as follows:
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Note: If a password (WEP/WPA) isn’t required by your network, radio will connect
to the network automatically.
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a.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to cycle through the alphanumeric
character list, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select an appointed
character.
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b.
Note: WEP/WPA pass codes are case-sensitive.
If a wrong operation is being conducted, select
to delete designated
character.
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Note:
= Backspace;
means return to previous track;
radio will automatically save the WEP/WPA you’ve input, so no bother to
c.
re-enter these codes.
After selecting the final character of your password, turn
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to
, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. The radio is connected to wireless
network.
2)
If you wish to establish a connection via WPS, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob
after you have selected desired network. The radio then offers the option to initiate WPS.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select through Push Button, Pin and Skip
WPS, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
Push Button
You must start the WPS scan on the remote station (e.g. router).
Consult the manual for your router or Access Points (AP) to learn
how to do this.
After you have done this, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob
on the radio and then both devices will establish a connection.
Pin
The radio creates an 8-digit number, which you then have to enter
into the remote station.
After entering the PIN, press the SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE
knob to establish the connection between both devices.
Skip WPS
In addition to a WPS connection, you can also establish a
connection using a Pre-Shared-Key. The required key is often on
the rear of the router, or you may have defined it yourself.
This method is used automatically for networks without WPS. You
can call up the Pre-Shared-Key function on networks with WPS by
selecting menu item “Skip WPS”.
An input field should now appear. You can enter the required key
(PSK) by turning and pressing SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob,
and then select “OK” and press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob
complete the entry. The radio should now establish the connection
to the network.
5.
Setup wizard completed, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob again to exit.
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Internet Radio Mode
1.
The display will show “Main menu” after “Setup wizard” completed. Press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select Internet radio mode.
2.
While “Station list” is highlighted, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
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3.
Then refer following section to choice stations. Or if failed to connect to network, please
follow:
a. Check your Router, see it working normally or not;
b. Relocate your radio to a stronger signal position is necessary.
c.
Make sure your password is correct input.
Local “Country”
Local “Country” will change according to your current location (e.g. Local Australia). It displays
local stations of your current location.
1.
To enter local stations, press MENU button - Station list - Local “Country”, press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
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2.
Station genres are listed. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the genre you
wanted, and then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
3.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select you desired station, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm broadcasting.
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Selecting a station through “Stations”
Stations enables you to select a station from categories: Location, Genre, Popular stations or
New stations, or search stations.
1.
Press MENU button - Station list - Stations, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to
confirm.
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2.
In “Stations” menu:
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“Location” enables you to choose from the radio stations provided by any country which you
choose from a list.
a. While “Location” is highlighted, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
b. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the region you wanted, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
c.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the country you wanted, and then
press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
d. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the station you wanted, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. The station will be broadcast.
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“Genre” enables you to choose radio stations according to their content, for example Classic
Rock, Sport, News, etc.
a.
While “Genre” is highlighted, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
b.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the genre you wanted, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
c.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select through All Stations, Highlighted
Stations or the country you wanted, and then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob
to confirm.
d.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the station you wanted, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. The station will be broadcast.
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“Search stations” enables you to enter all or part of station name to find a station.
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“Popular stations” enables your radio to list the stations that have the most listeners.
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“New stations” enables your radio to list the stations that have recently joined the Internet
radio network.
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Note: Some radio stations do not broadcast 24 hours per day, and some stations are not always
on-line.
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Selecting a program through “Podcasts”
Podcasts enables you to select a podcast from categories: Location or Genre, or search
podcasts.
1.
Press MENU button - Station list - Podcasts, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to
confirm.
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2.
In “Podcasts” menu:
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“Location” enables you to choose from the podcasts provided by any country which you
choose from a list.
a. While “Location” is highlighted, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
b. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the region you wanted, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
c.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the country you wanted, and then
press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
d. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select All Shows or By Genre, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
e. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the podcast you wanted, and then
press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. The podcast will be played.
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“Genre” enables you to choose radio stations according to their content, for example Classic
Rock, Sport, News, etc.
a.
While “Genre” is highlighted, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
b.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the genre you wanted, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
c.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the podcast you wanted, and then
press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. The podcast will be played.
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“Search stations” enables you to enter all or part of podcast name to find a podcast.
Getting Access Code and FAQ from “Help”
1.
Press MENU button - Station list - Help, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to
confirm.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select Get access code or FAQ, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm
Get access code
It uses for creating an account when registering your radio on portal
www.wifiradio-frontier. com
Refer to section “Adding station to ‘My Favourites’”.
FAQ
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select question, and then
press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to listen the FAQ.
Adding station to “My Favourites”
You have two ways to add your favorite stations to “My Favourites” list. It will make you easier to
find the stations that you like.
Adding a station while listening to it
1.
While you are listening to an internet radio station, press and hold
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob until display shows “Favorite added”.
2.
The station will now be stored in a folder called “Stations”. Any station stored in this way will
be placed in the “Stations” folder.
Adding stations via the website
1.
To register your radio with the portal: www.wifiradio-frontier.com
2.
Create account login, enter Access code is required. Access code can be found from
“Station list - Help - Get access code”.
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3.
To add a Favourite Station, first find a station and then click the “Add” icon.
4.
After you added the stations, in order to have your radio access your new settings, get your
radio power off for several minutes is necessary.
5.
The added stations are accessible by pressing MENU button - Station list - My favourites.
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Note: doing a “factory reset” cannot erase “my favourites stations”.
Adding station to “My Added Stations”
Even though the Internet radio portal contains thousands of stations, you may want to listen to
stations not listed. You can add your own stations via the portal (www. wifiradio-frontier.com).
1.
Visit portal www. wifiradio-frontier.com and login as a member as you registered when adding
station to “My favourites”.
2.
To add your own station, click the icon.
3.
After you added the stations, in order to have your radio access your new settings, get your
radio power off for several minutes is necessary.
4.
The added stations are accessible by pressing MENU button - Station list - My added
stations.
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Note: doing a “factory reset” cannot erase “my added stations”.
Viewing Station Information
Internet programs broadcast additional information. Press INFO button repeatedly while a
program is playing, the display will show the information through Station Description, Genre,
Country, Reliability, Bit rate, Codec, Sampling Rate, Playback Buffer and Date.
Storing Preset Stations
Your radio can store up to 10 of your favourite Internet stations. This will enable you to access
your favourite stations quickly and easily.
1. While playing your favourite station, press and hold PRESET button until display shows as
below:
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to cycle through the preset numbers 1-10.
3. Select one preset number and then press the SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob, display will
show “Preset stored”.
4. Preset number “P#” will show on the display.
Recalling a Preset Station
1.
Press PRESET button to show the saved preset stations.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the preset station you want to play and then
press the SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
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Music player Mode
In order for your radio to play music files from a computer, the computer must be set up to share
files or media.
The built-in Music player allows devices like this radio to play unprotected audio files (AAC, MP3,
WMA) from a shared media library, navigating through tag menus such as Artist, Album or Genre.
If you are running a suitable server system such as a PC with Windows Media Player10 or later
(WMP), and your music library is well-tagged, then it is recommended to use media sharing.
Only the UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) server needs to be set up. (iTunes does not currently work
as a UPnP media server.)
Sharing Media with Windows Media Player
The most common UPnP server is Windows Media Player (10 or later. Viewing version from Help
- About Windows Media Player). Alternatively, other UPnP platforms and servers may be used.
To set up WMP for media sharing, perform the following steps:
1.
Ensure that the PC is connected to the network.
2.
Ensure that the radio is powered on and connected to the same network.
3.
In WMP, add to the media library the audio files and folders you want to share with your radio
by selecting Organize - Manage Libraries - Music / Videos / Pictures / Recorded TV, click
“Add” to add audio files and folders and then click “OK” to finish adding.
4.
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In WMP, enable media sharing (Stream > More streaming options…).
5.
Make sure that the radio has access to the shared media by selecting it and clicking “Allow”.
You can also set a name for the shared media in the box of “Name your media library”. Click
“OK” to close the dialogue boxes.
6.
The PC is now ready to stream the music to the radio. The WMP UPnP service runs in the
background; there is no need to start WMP explicitly.
Playing Shared Media
1.
Press MODE button repeatedly to select Music player mode.
2.
While “Shared media” is highlighted, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
3.
Available media servers will be listed. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select and
press to confirm, and then step by step to your selecting music.
My Playlist
The My Playlist feature enables you to create a playlist of your favourite tracks from your music
libraries.
Once you have your playlist ready you can choose to play through the playlist on your radio and
can also set shuffle and repeat play functions while your playlist is playing.
1.
To save a track to “My playlist”, browse the track you want to add to the playlist, press and
hold SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob, and then the track is added to the playlist.
2.
To play “My playlist”, press MENU button, and then turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to
select “My playlist”, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. Browse the track
you want to play, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select.
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Repeat Play Mode
Press MENU button, and then turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Repeat play: Off”,
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob repeatedly to shift repeat play “On” or “Off”.
Shuffle Play Mode
Press MENU button, and then turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Shuffle play: Off”,
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob repeatedly to shift repeat play “On” or “Off”.
Clearing My Playlist
This feature enables you to clear the contents of your playlist.
1.
Press MENU button, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Clear My playlist”, and
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
2.
Select “YES” to clear my playlist.
Prune Servers
The Prune Servers feature enables you to remove music servers that are no longer available to
you to browse for music.
1.
Press MENU button, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Prune servers”, and
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
2.
Select “Yes” to “Prune shared media wake on LAN servers”.
Now Playing Information
While a track is playing, the display shows the track and a progress bar with figures for elapsed
and total track time.
To view further information, press INFO button repeatedly to show the information through Artist,
Album, Bit Rate, Codec, Sampling Rate, Playback buffer and Date on the display.
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DAB Mode
Selecting DAB Mode
1.
Press MODE button repeatedly to select DAB mode.
2.
For initial use, radio will carry out a full scan and store stations list in memory
3.
Once the scanning is completed, the DAB/DAB+ stations will be displayed in alphanumeric
order. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select you desired station and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to broadcast.
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Note: if no DAB/DAB+ signal is found in your area, it may be necessary to relocate your
radio to a stronger signal area.
Selecting another Station
1.
While a program is playing, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to browse through station
list, and then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm the station you wanted.
2.
Alternatively, while a program is playing, press MENU button, turn
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Station list”, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
3.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the station you want to play, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
Secondary Service
You may see a “>>” symbol after the name of the station, this indicates that there are secondary
services available to that station. These secondary services contain extra services that are related
to the primary station. E.g. a sports station may want to add extra commentaries. The secondary
services are inserted directly after the primary station (a “<<” symbol is before the name of the
station) in the station list.
To select the secondary station, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob until you find the
secondary service you want, then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select it.
When the secondary service ends, the unit will automatically switch back to the primary station.
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Scanning Stations
Press MENU button, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Scan”, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to full scan.
Manual Tune
This can help you when adjusting your antenna or when adding stations that were missed while
auto tuning.
1.
Press MENU button, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Manual tune”, and
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm, the display will show the channel
number and frequency.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the channel you wanted, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
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Note: If there is a multiplex corresponding to this channel and frequency, then the display will show a
tuning meter with the signal strength and the multiplex name after a few seconds. The new stations will
be added to station list automatically.
3.
To play the station, first press BACK button repeatedly to exit manual tune.
Prune Invalid
You may remove all unavailable stations from the station list.
1. Press MENU button, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Prune invalid”, and
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “YES”, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm removing all invalid stations.
DRC (Dynamic Range Control) value
If you are listening to music with high dynamic range in a noisy environment (for example classical
music while cooking), you may wish to compress the audio dynamic range. This makes quiet
sounds louder and loud sounds quieter.
1. Press MENU button, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “DRC”, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “DRC high”, “DRC low” or “DRC off”, and
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
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Changing Station Order
You may want to display the stations in different order.
1.
Press MENU button, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Station order”, and
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Alphanumeric”, “Ensemble” or “Valid”, and
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm your selecting option.
Alphanumeric
Display all stations in alphanumeric order.
Ensemble
List currently broadcasting active stations before inactive ones.
Valid
Remove inactive stations from the station list.
Viewing Station Information
DAB/DAB+ stations broadcast additional information. Press INFO button repeatedly while a
program is playing to view information through DLS (Dynamic Label Segment), Ensemble,
Program Frequency, Signal Quality, Signal Strength, Bitrate, Codec, Channel and Date.
Showing Signal Strength
While you selected signal strength, a signal bar with the strength of the current station will show
on the display.
The indicator on the signal bar shows the
minimum acceptable signal level.
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Note: Stations with signal strength below the
minimum signal level may not provide a
steady stream of audio.
Storing Preset Stations
Your radio can store up to 10 of your favourite DAB/DAB+ stations. This will enable you to access
your favourite stations quickly and easily.
1. While playing your favourite station, press and hold PRESET button until display shows as
below:
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to cycle through the preset numbers 1-10.
3. Select one preset number and then press the SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob, display will
show “Preset stored”.
4. Preset number “P#” will show on the display.
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Recalling a Preset Station
1.
Press PRESET button to show the saved preset stations.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the preset station you want to play and then
press the SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
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FM Mode
Selecting FM Mode
1. Press MODE button repeatedly to select FM mode.
2. For initial use, it will start at the beginning of the FM frequency range (87.50MHz). Otherwise,
the last listened FM station will be selected.
3. To manually change the FM frequency, while FM frequency shows up, turn
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob clockwise or anticlockwise to change the frequency by
0.05MHz per step.
4. To automatically scan, while FM frequency shows up, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE
knob clockwise or anti-clockwise and then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob, your
radio will skip forward or backward until it reached the next available station.
Scan settings
This enables you set FM scans stop at stations with strong signal or stop at any available station.
1.
To change the scan settings to stop only at stations with good signal strength, press MENU
button, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Scan setting”, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
2.
Display will show “Strong stations only?”, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select
“YES”, and then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. The scans stop only at
stations with good signal strength.
3.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “NO”, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. The scans stop at any available station. This
may result in a poor signal-to-noise ratio (hiss) from weak stations.
Audio Settings
By default, all stereo stations are reproduced in stereo. For weak stations, this may result in a poor
signal-to-noise ratio (hiss).
1. To play weak stations in mono, press MENU button, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob
to select “Audio setting”, and then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
2. Display will show “Listen in Mono only?”, turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select
“YES”, and then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
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Storing Preset Stations
Your radio can store up to 10 of your favourite FM stations. This will enable you to access your
favourite stations quickly and easily.
1. While playing your favourite station, press and hold PRESET button until display shows as
below:
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to cycle through the preset numbers 1-10.
3. Select one preset number and then press the SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob, display will
show “Preset stored”.
4. Preset number “P#” will show on the display.
Recalling a Preset Station
1.
Press PRESET button to show the saved preset stations.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select the preset station you want to play and then
press the SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
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General Operation
Setting Sleep
This feature enables your radio to switch to standby mode by itself after a set sleep time.
1.
Press MENU button - Main menu - Sleep, and then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob
to confirm.
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select a sleep time, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. The sleep icon
and sleep time will show on
the display. The sleep time options: Sleep OFF/15/30/45/60 MINS,
3.
To turn the sleep function off while the sleep timer is still counting down, select “Sleep” option,
turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Sleep OFF”.
Setting Alarm
Your radio includes dual alarms. Set Alarm, making sure set time at first.
1.
Press MENU button - Main menu - Alarms, and then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE
knob to confirm.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Alarm 1” or “Alarm 2”, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
3.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select options, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm the setting.
Enable:
Alarm active day: Off, Daily, Once, Weekends or Weekdays
Time:
Alarm time: 00:00 (manually set up the time )
Alarm mode: Buzzer, Internet radio, DAB or FM
Mode:
(If the wake-up mode is DAB and the DAB signal strength is low, the
buzzer alarm will be triggered.)
4.
Preset:
Last listened or saved preset station (not available for Buzzer).
Volume:
Alarm volume
Save:
Save the alarm
When the display shows “Alarm Saved”, the alarm setting is successful.
or
will show
on the display.
5.
To temporarily switch off alarm, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob repeatedly to set
snooze time for 5, 10, 15 or 30 minutes in turn. The unit will go to standby and snooze time
will show on the display.
6.
To turn off alarm, press VOLUME/
knob when the alarm sounds.
7.
To cancel Alarm, refer to steps1-3 to enable alarm “Off”.
or
will disappear from
display
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Network Setup
Users encountering networking issue may find these options useful for diagnosing and fixing
network problems.
1. Press MENU button - System settings - Network, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob
to confirm.
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select your preferred network setting option:
Network wizard:
Scan for available networks
Set up a WPS encrypted network (only support the router
PBC Wlan setup:
uses WPS 2.0)
View network settings such as MAC address, Wlan
View settings.:
region, IP address etc.
Manual settings:
Set wireless connection
List of registered networks or press
Network profile:
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob delete some
unwanted networks
3. Press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm your setting.
Setting Time/Date
1.
Press MENU button - System settings - Time/Date, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE
knob to confirm.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select options, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm the setting.
Set Time/date:
Auto update:
Set format:
Set timezone:
Daylight saving:
3.
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Manually set-up both Time and Date
“Update from DAB”, “Update from FM”, “Update from
Network” or “No update”
12 or 24 hour format
Select a timezone
(Only available when auto update from Network.)
Daylight saving settings
(Only available when auto update from Network.)
Then setting time according to your personal preference.
Setting Language
This feature enables you to change menu language. There are thirteen languages available:
English/German/French/Italian/Portuguese/Spanish/Danish/Dutch/Finnish/Norwegian/Polish/
Swedish/Turkish.
1. Press MENU button - System settings - Language, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE
knob to confirm.
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select your language, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
Factory Reset
Doing a factory reset clears all user defined setting, replacing them with the original default values,
so time/date, DAB station list and preset stations are all lost.
1. Press MENU button - System settings - Factory Reset, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE
knob to confirm.
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “YES”, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
Software Update – Over the network
From time to time, your radio may make software upgrades available with bug fixes and/or
additional features.
If your radio detects that newer software is available, it will ask if you want to go ahead with an
update. If you agree, the new software is then downloaded and installed.
After a software upgrade, all user settings are maintained.
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Before starting a software upgrade, ensure that your radio is plugged into a stable mains power
connection. Remove power during a software update may permanently damage the unit.
1. Press MENU button - System settings - Software update, press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Auto-check setting”, your radio will check
periodically for new version software.
3. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “Check now”, your radio will now to check
new version software and automatically upgrade the detected new version software.
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Setup Wizard
When this unit is started for the first time, it runs through a setup wizard to configure settings for
date/time and network. Once this has finished, the system is ready to use in most modes.
Redo setup wizard will not erase user settings such as searched stations and presets.
1.
Press MENU button - System settings - Setup wizard, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE
knob to confirm.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select “YES”, and then press
SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm. Please refer to page 8 for following settings.
Viewing System Info
This information may be requested when dealing with technical support issues.
1. Press MENU button - System settings - Info, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to
confirm.
2. Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to view “SW version”, “Radio ID” and “Friendly
Name”.
Setting Backlight
This radio display has a backlight with adjustable brightness level and adjustable timeout (this is
the time delay, in seconds, after which the display switch to set backlight level of Standby level).
1.
Press MENU button - System settings - Backlight, press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE
knob to confirm.
2.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select through “Time out”, “Power-On level” and
“Standby level”, then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm.
3.
Turn SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to select backlight level and backlight timeout, and
then press SCROLL/SELECT/SNOOZE knob to confirm the setting.
Timeout
On/10/20/30/45/60/90/120/180 sec
Power-On level
l
High
l
Medium
l
Low
l
Medium
l
Low
l
Off
Standby level
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Troubleshooting
If a problem occurs, it may often be due to something very minor. The following table contains
various tips.
Problem
Solution
No Power.
l
Ensure the mains cable is properly connected or battery
power is not used up.
The unit does not respond
l
Make sure that the unit is turned on.
l
The unit may freeze up during use. Switch the unit off
when pressing any buttons.
Cannot find my network.
Poor radio reception.
and then on again to reset it.
l
Make sure the Wi-Fi router is plugged in and working.
l
Reconnect the radio to your Wi-Fi.
l
Check you radio is within 5m of your router.
l
Make sure the antenna is fully extended.
l
Electrical interference in your home can cause poor
reception. Move the unit away from them (especially
those with motors and transformers).
Desired station not found.
l
Weak signal. Search manually.
If any functional abnormality is encountered, unplug the unit from the mains socket and reconnect
it again.
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Specifications
Model:
DigitRadio 301 IR
Power Adapter (Use only power adapter listed below)
Brightpower Optoelectronic Technology
Power Adapter Manufacturer:
Co., Ltd.
Power Adapter Model:
SW0901000-W02
Input:
AC 100-240V, 50-60Hz
Output:
DC 9V 1000mA
Main Unit
Power Supply:
DC 9V 1000mA
Ecodesign Information
Information
on
Power Consumption
Power Consumption
of Operation Mode:
Power Consumption
of Standby Mode:
9W (Max)
< 1W
Time interval for power management function
Switch to standby mode after 15 minutes
switched to unit automatically into standby:
after intended use
Radio Frequency:
DAB/DAB+: 174.928-239.200 MHz
FM: 87.5-108 MHz
Speaker Output Power:
2W rms
Dimension
206mm x 132mm x 122mm
(W x D x H):
This symbol on the product or in the instructions means that
your electrical and electronic equipment should be disposed
at the end of its life separately from your household waste.
For more information, please contact the local authority or
your retailer where you purchased the product.
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