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Table of Contents
Trademarks ........................................................................................................ 4 Introduction........................................................................................................ 4 Intended use ...................................................................................................... 4 Package contents ............................................................................................... 5 Technical specifications ....................................................................................... 6 Safety instructions .............................................................................................. 7 Copyright ......................................................................................................... 10 Overview ......................................................................................................... 11 Before you start ............................................................................................... 14 Inserting the battery into the remote control ..................................................................................... 14 Internet connection ............................................................................................................................. 14 Getting started ................................................................................................. 15 Switching the Internet Radio on/off .................................................................................................. 15 First-time setup .................................................................................................................................... 15 Selecting the menu language ............................................................................................................ 16 Setting date and time ......................................................................................................................... 16 Keep network connected ................................................................................................................... 18 Selecting the WLAN region............................................................................................................... 19 Network .............................................................................................................................................. 19 WPS-encrypted network - the easiest way to connect ..................................................................... 19 Establishing a connection without WPS ............................................................................................ 22 Configuration menu ......................................................................................... 24 Navigating the configuration menu .................................................................................................. 24 Menu structure.................................................................................................................................... 25 INFO button - show information ........................................................................................................ 26 Operating modes ............................................................................................................................... 26 Internet Radio ................................................................................................................................. 26 Spotify Connect .............................................................................................................................. 29 Music player (Shared media / USB playback) ........................................................................... 31 DAB Radio ...................................................................................................................................... 33 Receiving FM Radio ....................................................................................................................... 35 2 - English
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AUX in ............................................................................................................................................. 36 Connecting the headphones.............................................................................................................. 37 DLNA streaming (DMR) ..................................................................................................................... 37 UNDOK App ...................................................................................................................................... 38 System settings .................................................................................................40 Equalizer ............................................................................................................................................. 40 Network .............................................................................................................................................. 41 Time/Date ........................................................................................................................................... 42 Language ............................................................................................................................................ 42 Factory Reset....................................................................................................................................... 42 Software update ................................................................................................................................. 43 Setup wizard....................................................................................................................................... 43 Info ...................................................................................................................................................... 43 Display brightness .............................................................................................................................. 43 Ambient Light ...................................................................................................................................... 43 Multi-room ........................................................................................................................................... 43 Main menu ........................................................................................................45 Sleep timer .......................................................................................................................................... 45 Alarm ................................................................................................................................................... 46 Switching the alarm off ...................................................................................................................... 47 Storage when not using the product ................................................................................................. 47 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................47 QR codes ...........................................................................................................49 Environmental regulations and disposal information ........................................50 Conformity notes ...............................................................................................50 Warranty and Service Information ....................................................................51 English - 3
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Trademarks
Apple®, iPhone® and iPad® are trademarks, App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc., registered in
the USA and other countries.
Google® and Android® are trademarks of Google Inc.
Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
USB is a registered trademark.
The Spotify® logo, Spotify® and Spotify® Connect are registered trademarks of Spotify Ltd.
Other names and products can be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
owners.
Introduction
Thank you for buying a SilverCrest product.
The Internet Radio SilverCrest SIRD 14 C1, hereinafter called “Internet Radio”, is easy to operate,
comes in a modern design and delivers excellent sound. Its multiple reception modes and
connection options mean it can receive Internet, DAB+ and FM radio stations. It also allows the
connection of an MP3 player, another external audio device or USB storage device. It can even
play contents from other media like network hard drives. You can use a network cable or the built-in
WiFi antenna to establish a connection to the Internet.
Intended use
This Internet Radio is a consumer electronics device and has been designed for receiving and
playing back audio data from the Internet or a network. It can also receive DAB+/FM radio
stations. The playback of audio files from external audio devices such as MP3 players (via the AUX
input) or USB storage devices (via the USB port) is also possible. The Internet Radio may be used
only for private purposes, and not for industrial or commercial purposes. The device may not be
used outdoors or in tropical climates. This device fulfils all relevant standards and directives. The
manufacturer is not liable for any damage or problems caused by unauthorised modifications. Only
use the accessories recommended by the manufacturer. Observe the regulations and laws in the
country of use.
Please note that country-specific regulations may exist with respect to the frequency bands that can
be received. Any information received from frequency bands outside those that are explicitly free
for public use may not be used, nor may its contents be forwarded to any third parties.
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Package contents
Remove the device and all the accessories from the packaging. Remove the packaging material
and check whether all the parts are complete and undamaged. If you find anything missing or
damaged, please contact the manufacturer.
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Remote control
3V button cell battery CR2025
Audio cable (with jack-type connector)
Power adapter
These operating instructions (line-art illustration)
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Technical specifications
Internet Radio
FM frequency band
DAB+
Output power
Power consumption
Standby power consumption
Power supply
Remote control power supply
WiFi standard
WiFi encryption
Connectors and sockets
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight incl. power adapter
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Storage conditions
Power adapter
Manufacturer
Type
Input
Power consumption
Output
Safety Class
FM 87.5 – 108 MHz
Band III 170 – 240 MHz
2 x 7W RMS
max. 24 W
WiFi off: <1 W
WiFi on: <2 W
Power adapter: 12 V , 2 A
1x 3 V button cell battery CR2025
802.11a/b/g/n
WEP, WPA, WPA2
 10/100 Ethernet (LAN): RJ-45
 Headphones: 3.5 mm stereo jacks
 USB 2.0
 AUX IN: 3.5 mm stereo jacks
approx. 21.8 x 11.8 x 15.1 cm
approx. 1575 g
5°C to 35°C
85% rel. humidity
-10°C to +50°C, max. 85% RH
Ktec
KSASB0241200200HE
100 – 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
0,6 A
12 V , 2 A,
II
The technical specifications and design can be changed without prior notice.
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Safety instructions
Before you use this device for the first time, please read the following notes and heed all warnings,
even if you are familiar with handling electronic devices. Keep these operating instructions in a safe
place for future reference. If you sell the device or give it away, pass on the operating instructions
at the same time. The User Manual is part of the product.
DANGER! This icon and the word “Danger” alert you to a potentially
dangerous situation. Ignoring it can lead to severe injury or even death.
WARNING! This symbol and the word “Warning” denote important
information required for the safe operation of the product and for the safety of
its users.
DANGER! This symbol denotes danger for human health and risk of death
and/or risk of damage to equipment due to electric shock.
Please only use the supplied power adapter (manufacturer: Ktec /
Model number: KSASB0241200200HE) to power your Internet radio.
This symbol denotes further information on the topic.
DANGER! Always make sure that
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no direct heat sources (e.g. radiators) can affect the device
the device is not exposed to direct sunlight or bright artificial light
contact with water sprays or drops and corrosive liquids is avoided and the device is never
operated near water; in particular the device may never be immersed in liquids (do not place
any objects containing liquids, such as vases or drinks, on or near the device)
the device is never placed near magnetic fields (e.g. speakers)
no naked flames(e.g. burning candles) are placed on or near the device
no foreign bodies are introduced into the device
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the device is not exposed to any extreme temperature fluctuations as this can cause moisture
through condensation and cause short-circuits; If the device is exposed to strong temperature
fluctuations, wait (approx. 2 hours) until it has reached ambient temperature before turning it
on
the device is not subjected to excessive shocks or vibrations
the device and the power adapter are not covered. When covered devices can cause
overheating and a fire risk.
Failure to heed the warnings above may result in damage to the device or injury.
DANGER! Children and persons with disabilities
Electrical devices are not suitable for children. People with disabilities should only use electrical
devices within the limits of their abilities. Do not allow children or persons with disabilities to use
electrical devices when not under supervision, unless they are instructed accordingly and
supervised by a competent person responsible for their safety. Children should always be
supervised to ensure that they do not play with the product. Small parts can represent choking
hazards.
Keep the packaging away from children and persons with disabilities too.
There is a risk of suffocation!
WARNING! Risks associated with high volumes
Be careful when using headphones. Listening to high-volume audio can damage your auditory
system. Adjust the volume to the lowest setting before putting on the headphones.
DANGER! Power adapter
Please only use the supplied power adapter for the product. Only plug the power adapter into a
suitable and every time easily accessible power socket. Do not touch the power adapter with wet
hands as this could cause an electric shock.
To unplug the power adapter from the power socket, always hold its casing and never pull from the
cable. Unplug the power adapter from the mains under the following circumstances:
 in any dangerous situation
 if the Internet Radio or the power adapter make an unusual noise or give off smoke
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before a storm and/or thunderstorm
if the power adapter is damaged
if the power adapter has been exposed to rain, liquids or high levels of humidity
before a prolonged absence, e.g. holiday
when you wish to clean it
The power adapter consumes electricity even in Standby mode. In order to completely
disconnect the device from the mains, the power adapter must be pulled out from the wall
outlet.
Please follow these instructions to avoid risk of potential fatal injury or fire! Never cover the power
adapter, otherwise there is a risk of fire. Do not attempt to open the housing of the power adapter.
This could result in potentially fatal electrocution.
WARNING! Cables
Unplug all cables by holding the plugs and never pull on the cables themselves. Never place
pieces of furniture or other heavy objects on the cables and take care that they do not become
damaged, especially at the plugs and sockets. Never install the cable around hot or sharp objects
to avoid damaging them. Never tie knots in cables and do not tie them to other cables. All cables
should be laid so that nobody can trip over them or be obstructed by them.
DANGER! Battery
Insert the battery with the correct polarity. Refer to the diagram inside the battery compartment. Do
not attempt to recharge the batteries and do not dispose of the batteries in a fire. Remove the
battery when the remote control is not in use for an extended period. Improper use could cause
explosions or leaks.
Batteries must never be opened or deformed, as this could result in chemicals leaking out which
could cause injuries. If the battery fluid becomes in contact with the skin or eyes, rinse immediately
with plenty of water and seek medical aid.
If a battery is swallowed, seek medical help immediately.
DANGER! Radio interface
Turn the device off when on board an aircraft, in a hospital, in an operating theatre or in the vicinity
of electronic medical equipment. The RF signals may interfere with the functionality of sensitive
devices. Keep the device at least 20 cm (8 inches) away from pacemakers, as the RF signals could
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interfere with the functionality of the pacemaker. The RF signals transmitted can interfere with
hearing aids. If the wireless mode is switched on, do not place the near flammable gases or in a
potentially explosive area (e.g. a paint shop), as the RF signals transmitted could cause explosions
or fire. The range of the radio wave signals depends on environmental conditions. If data is
transmitted via a wireless connection, it can also be received by unauthorised parties. Targa GmbH
is not liable for any interference caused to RF or TV signals through unauthorised modification to
this device. Furthermore, Targa accepts no liability for replacing any cables or devices that have
not been specifically approved by Targa GmbH. The user is solely responsible and liable for
remedying any interference caused by such unauthorised modification of this device and for
replacing appliances.
Maintenance / cleaning
Repairs are required if this device is damaged in any way, for example, if the power adapter or
device housing is damaged, if liquids or objects have entered the device or if the product has been
exposed to rain or moisture. Repairs are also necessary if the product is not performing normally or
if it has been dropped. If you notice any smoke, unusual noise or strange smells, switch off the
device immediately and pull the power adapter out of the power supply. If this occurs, do not
continue to use the device and have it checked by an expert. All repairs must be carried out by
qualified service personnel. Never open the housing of the device. Only use a clean, dry cloth for
cleaning. Never use aggressive liquids. Do not attempt to open the housing of the device, this voids
your warranty.
Operating environment
The device is not designed for use in environments with high humidity (e.g. bathrooms), and must be
kept free of dust. Operating temperature and operating humidity: 5 ºC to 35 ºC, max. 85 % RH.
Copyright
All the contents of this user manual are protected by copyright and provided to the reader for
information only. Copying data and information without the prior explicit written consent of the
author is strictly forbidden. This also applies to any commercial use of the contents and information.
All texts and diagrams are up to date as of the date of printing. Subject to change without notice.
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Overview
An additional illustration of the items and controls and their corresponding numbers can be found
on the inside page of the fold-out cover of this user manual. You can keep this page folded out
whilst reading the different chapters of this user manual. This allows you to refer to the
corresponding items at any time.
Front panel:
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Display
Right speaker
NAVIGATE knob (menu navigation / manual station search / OK)
BACK button (back one menu level)
MENU button (open the configuration menu)
FAVOURITE button
MODE button (operating mode selection)
INFO button (display contents selection)
VOLUME knob (volume / on / standby)
Left speaker
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Rear panel:
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Telescopic antenna (DAB+/FM reception)
Main power switch
USB port
LAN port (network port, RJ-45)
DC IN socket (power adapter connection, polarity
Headphones jack
AUX IN jack
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Remote control:
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Mute
Increase volume
Reduce volume
OK
Favourites
Next title
SHUFFLE/REPEAT (random/repeat
playback)
Numeric Keypad
INFO
EQ (Equalizer)
Stop
SLEEP/SNOOZE (sleep timer/
snooze alarm)
Play / Pause
Previous title
MENU (display menu)
MODE (operating mode selection)
Navigation buttons
On/Standby
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Before you start
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Remove all protective films from the device and accessories.
Connect the connector of the power adapter supplied into the DC IN socket [15] on the back
of the Internet Radio.
Plug the power adapter into an every time easily accessible wall outlet.
When laying the power adapter cable, make sure it cannot cause a trip
hazard.
Inserting the battery into the remote
control
Open the battery compartment on the bottom of the remote
control by sliding the battery compartment cover in the
direction of the arrow. Insert the 3V CR2025 button cell
battery all the way into the battery compartment. Fit the
battery the right way round, with the + sign facing up. This is
shown on a diagram in the battery compartment. Next slide
the battery compartment cover back to its original position.
Replacing the battery
When you need to change the battery, replace it with a new
3V CR2025 button cell battery. Proceed as described in the
previous section.
Internet connection
There are 2 ways to establish an Internet connection for your Internet Radio:
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In WLAN mode, the RF signals from your router are received through the built-in WLAN
antenna.
In LAN mode, the signals are transferred via a network cable. In this mode, you need to
connect a network cable to your router and the Internet Radio LAN port [14].
Of course, it is more flexible to use the wireless WLAN mode for your Internet Radio. This requires a
wireless network.
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Getting started
Switching the Internet Radio on/off
Toggle the main power switch [12] located on the back panel of the Internet Radio to “ON” to
power the Internet Radio on. You can turn the device off by toggling the main power switch [12] to
“OFF”. As soon as the main power switch [12] has been moved to “ON”, you can press the
VOLUME knob [9] to power the Internet Radio on or switch to standby mode. You can also use the
On/Standby button [35] on the remote control.
Before connecting anything to the Internet Radio, toggle the main power
switch [12] to power it off completely. Once powered off, you can connect all
the cables you want (network cable, etc.).
The instructions on the following pages refer to operations using the Internet
radio buttons. Alternatively you can also use the corresponding remote
control buttons.
First-time setup
When powering the Internet Radio on for the first time, the following shows on the display:
Then you can rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to make a selection. Select “YES” and press the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection and launch the setup wizard.
If you select “NO”, the next window lets you choose if you want to start the setup
wizard again next time you power the device on.
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Selecting the menu language
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select the menu language you want from the list and press the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection.
The
icon indicates the current setting.
Setting date and time
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select “12” for 12-hour display format or “24” for 24-hour
display format and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection.
The
icon indicates the current setting.
If you select the 12-hour format, the display [1] shows “AM” in the morning or “PM” in the
afternoon after the time.
After this, the following options are available:
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Update from DAB*
Update from FM*
Update from Network
Do not update
Synchronise the time automatically from a DAB station
Synchronise the time automatically from an FM station
Synchronise the time automatically over the network
* The station currently tuned-in must support this function for it to work.
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The
icon indicates the current setting.
If you choose “Update from Network” you must indicate your time zone in the next
window. Select “UTC+01:00” for Central Europe. Next choose “On” for summer
time, otherwise select “Off”.
The
icon indicates the current setting.
The
icon indicates the current setting.
If you choose “No update”, you will have to enter the date and time manually.
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The day flashes. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to set the day and press the NAVIGATE knob
[3] to confirm.
The month flashes. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to set the month and press the NAVIGATE
knob [3] to confirm.
The year flashes. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to set the year and press the NAVIGATE
knob [3] to confirm.
The hour flashes. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to set the hour and press the NAVIGATE
knob [3] to confirm.
The minute flashes. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to set the minute and press the NAVIGATE
knob [3] to confirm.
“AM” displays only if you have chosen the 12-hour time format. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob
[3] to select “AM” for the morning hours or “PM” for the afternoon hours and press the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection.
Keep network connected
The
icon indicates the current setting.
The default setting is "NO". Controlling it from the app in the (Standby, AUX-IN, FM, DAB, USB)
operating modes is not possible by default. If you want to control the Internet radio in all operating
modes via the app, select “YES”. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection. Please
remember that the power consumption in standby mode will be higher when the network
connection is kept up.
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Selecting the WLAN region
Here, the only available option is “Most of Europe”. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm. This
launches a search for available wireless networks.
The
icon indicates the current setting.
Network
Any WLAN networks found are listed on the display [1], along with their names.
After selecting the desired WLAN, proceed as described in the chapter "WPS-encrypted network the easiest way to connect".
If you don't want to establish a connection via WPS, the list of available WLAN network offers you
the following choices:
[Rescan] This re-launches a search for available wireless networks.
[Wired] Choose this option if you don't want to connect your Internet Radio to your router via
wireless and would prefer a wired connection. The connection is then established immediately.
[Manual config] Manual input of connection details.
WPS-encrypted network - the easiest way to connect
If your router supports WPS you can use this user-friendly function for easy setup. This is the easiest
way to establish a connection between your Internet Radio and your router. When searching for
wireless networks, the device will detect any WPS-compatible routers and show them in the list with
a “[WPS]” in front of the network name. First, make sure that your router supports WPS. It may be
necessary to enable WPS on your router first. Please consult the technical documentation that came
with your router.
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select the wireless network you want from the list and press the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm it. Next, the following options are available for WPS-compliant:
If the router does not support WPS you are prompted for the network key once you
have selected the wireless network. See the chapter “Skip WPS”.
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Push Button (establish WPS connection via button)
The Internet Radio prompts you to press the connection (WPS) button on your router.
(Diagram for illustration only, the connection (WPS) button may be positioned and labelled
differently depending on the router model)
Next, press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to continue. The Internet Radio now attempts to establish a
connection with your router. After the connection has been established, the display [1] shows the
following for a few seconds:
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Then the display [1] shows the following:
The setup wizard is complete. Next, press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to quit the setup wizard.
In the DAB, FM and AUX operating modes, the "Push Button (establish WPS
connection via button)" can be selected directly without opening the configuration
menu first. To do this, press and hold the INFO button [8] for at least 1 second.
PIN (establish WPS connection by entering the PIN)
The Internet Radio generates a PIN code. This PIN is only valid for the current task. If the task is
repeated, a new PIN is generated. Enter the PIN on your router that appears on the display [1].
Please consult the technical documentation that came with your router. Next, press the NAVIGATE
knob [3] to continue. The Internet Radio now attempts to establish a connection with your router.
After the connection has been established, the display [1] shows the following for a few seconds:
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Then the display [1] shows the following:
The setup wizard is complete. Next, press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to quit the setup wizard.
Establishing a connection without WPS
Skip WPS (establish WLAN connection by entering a network key)
Enter the network key for your encrypted network:
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Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select a character and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
confirm it. You can also use the numeric keypad [25] or the navigation buttons [34] and the
OK button [21] of the remote control.
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After you have entered the entire network key in this way, rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
select “OK” and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm.
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The Internet Radio now attempts to establish a connection with your router. After the connection
has been established, the display [1] shows the following for a few seconds:
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Then the display [1] shows the following:
The setup wizard is complete. Next, press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to quit the setup wizard.
Your Internet Radio stores the network key entered, so it is not necessary to input it again. Your
Internet Radio is now connected to the network and ready for use. If there is an Internet connection,
it is possible to receive Internet Radio stations.
[Wired]
If your Internet Radio is connected to the router via a network cable, rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3]
to select the “[Wired]” option from the list. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection.
The Internet Radio now attempts to establish a connection with your router. After the connection has
been established, the display [1] shows the following for a few seconds:
Then the display [1] shows the following:
The setup wizard is complete. Next, press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to quit the setup wizard.
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[Manual config]
This option should only be used by experienced users. It allows you to adjust network-specific
parameters (Connection type, DHCP, IP settings, Gateway address, DNS, SSID, Authentication,
Encryption type, key).
We cannot provide any further descriptions at this stage, as the individual settings for each network
are very specific.
Configuration menu
The different operating modes of your Internet Radio are configured via a multi-level menu.
Navigating the configuration menu
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To select an operating mode, press the MODE button [7]. The 6 available operating mode
appear on the display. The currently enabled operating mode reads slightly larger.
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select an operating mode. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
confirm your selection. You can also use the navigation buttons [34] and the OK button [21]
on the remote control to perform these steps.
Press the MENU button [5] to display the main menu of the operating mode selected.
To return one menu level up, press the BACK button [4] or the navigation button  [34] on the
remote control.
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Menu structure
* The submenus may appear differently, depending on your individual configuration. You can find
further information concerning the submenus in the “Operating modes” chapter.
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INFO button - show information
This function allows you to show further information on the current playback. The type of
information depends on the operating mode. Press the INFO button [8] several times to show all
available information in sequence.
During menu navigation you can press the INFO button [8] at any time to return to the current
playback.
Operating modes
To select an operating mode, start pressing the MODE button [7] once, select the operating mode
by rotating the NAVIGATE knob [3] and then press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your
selection.
Internet Radio
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] in the main menu to select “Internet radio” and press the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm. Your Internet Radio now connects to the Internet to load a list of
radio stations.
As well as the “System settings” and “Main menu” options, the following entries are available:
“Last listened”: Shows a list of the last radio stations, podcasts, etc. listened to.
“Station list”: Opens a list of available stations in the following categories:
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My Favourites (lists the favourites you have set on the Internet radio portal. They are available
for all Internet Radios registered under the same account. You have to register to save any
stations on the Internet radio portal.)
Local Germany (contains a list of German radio stations sorted by categories)
Stations (shows a list of all available stations sorted by further categories)
Podcasts (shows a list of available podcasts)
My Added Stations (shows a list of added radio stations. This requires that you register, please
also read the “Registering on the Internet radio portal” chapter.)
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Help (here, you can generate an access code to register your Internet Radio on the Internet
radio portal. You will also find a FAQ section. Please note that these are available in English
only.)
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] in the main menu to select “Station list” and then “Stations” and
press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm.
The station list is divided into the following submenus that help you search for a specific station:
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Location (stations sorted by country)
Genre (stations sorted by genre)
Search stations (search for a station)
Popular stations (shows a list of popular stations)
New stations (shows a list of new stations)
Depending on the category selected, further search criteria can be specified. Once a station has
been selected and confirmed by pressing the NAVIGATE knob [3], it is played immediately.
Saving favourites
This feature lets you create a list of up to 10 favourite radio stations without having to register your
Internet Radio on the Internet radio portal. Proceed as follows:
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To save the current radio station, hold the FAVOURITE button [6] down for approx. 2 seconds
until the favourite list appears.
Use the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select which one of the 10 station presets you want.
Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to save the radio station on the selected station preset. Please
note that any station presets used will be overwritten.
Please note that this favourite list is saved locally on your Internet Radio so no other
Internet radios can access it.
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Recalling favourites
To recall a radio station from the favourite list, proceed as follows:
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Press the FAVOURITE button [6] briefly so the favourite list appears.
Use the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select which one of the 10 station presets you want.
Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to recall the selected radio station.
When playing a station from the favourite list, a yellow star and the station preset number (1 to
10) appear at the bottom of the display [1].
Registering on the Internet radio portal
If you register on the Internet radio portal, you can create and manage favourite lists. You can also
add radio stations manually. To register the Internet Radio on the Internet radio portal, you first
need to generate an access code. Select the “Internet Radio” operating mode. Next, from the
Internet Radio menu go to [Station list > Help > Get access code].
If the error message "Network timeout" appears when generating the access code,
press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to restart the process, or try it again later.
This error message does not mean that your Internet radio is defective.
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Then register on the website www.wifiradio-frontier.com
Follow the instructions on the website. The following information is required for registration:
access code, e-mail address, password and Radio ID.
You can query the Radio ID from the menu [System settings > Info]. Enter the Radio ID on the
website www.wifiradio-frontier.com in the “Wi-Fi radio model” field.
Once registered, you can manage your favourite lists on the website www.wifiradiofrontier.com. Now you can also save the radio station currently playing on the Internet radio
portal by holding the NAVIGATE knob [3] (for approx. 2 seconds). The saved radio stations
can be found on your Internet Radio in the menu [Station list > My Favourites > Stations].
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You can add more radio stations from the website www.wifiradio-frontier.com After this, you
can recall them on your device in “Internet radio” operating mode under [Station list > My
Added Stations].
If you have more than one Internet Radio, you can manage them from a single
account. This allows you to use the same station and favourite lists for all your Internet
radios.
Spotify Connect
Spotify is a music streaming service that runs on many mobile devices like smartphones or tablet
PCs. Together with one of these devices your Internet Radio SIRD 14 C1 can play this streamed
music.
Requirements:
 You have to download the Spotify App to your smartphone (iOS, Android) and install it.
 A Spotify account subject to a purchased subscription.
*You can find further information at: www.spotify.com
Using Spotify with your SilverCrest SIRD 14 C1
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Make sure that your Internet Radio and smartphone are connected to the same wireless LAN.
Press the MODE button [7] once, select the operating mode "Spotify Connect" by rotating the
NAVIGATE knob [3] and then press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection.
Enable Wi-Fi on your smartphone and launch the Spotify App.
Use the Spotify App to scan for available playback devices.
Tap the name of the available device (in this case the SilverCrest
SIRD 14 C1). The connection is established and you can start playing back the streamed music
with your Internet Radio.
Playback control and music title selection is done from the Spotify App. Alternatively, you can
control some functions (Start / Stop / Pause / Next title / Previous title) from the Internet Radio
remote control. You can adjust the playback volume on the Internet Radio or on the remote
control.
Please read the Spotify App User Manual for information about using the app.
Note:
The Spotify App is only able to detect the SilverCrest SIRD 14 C1 if the Internet connection of your
SilverCrest SIRD 14 C1 has been enabled. In Internet settings, set the "Keep network connected?"
option to "Yes". This will allow you to also connect your SilverCrest SIRD 14 C1 automatically with
Spotify from different playback modes (e.g. DAB, FM). In this case the Internet Radio will even
automatically power on from standby mode!
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Using This Device With Spotify Connect
A better way to listen at home
Spotify Connect lets you play Spotify through your home speakers or TV, using the Spotify app as
remote.
You’ll need a Spotify Premium account to use Spotify Connect. If you don’t have it, just go to
http://www.spotify.com/freetrial for your free 30-day trial.
Step 1. Connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as your phone, tablet or PC running the
Spotify app.
Step 2. Open the Spotify app, and play any song.
Step 3. Tap the song image in the bottom left of the screen.
Step 4. Tap the Connect icon
Step 5. Pick your [device] from the list.
For more information on how to set up and use Spotify Connect please visit
www.spotify.com/connect
Licenses
The Spotify Software is subject to third party licenses found here:
http://www.spotify.com/connect/third-party-licenses
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Music player (Shared media / USB playback)
Music player allows you to play MP3 music files. The music source can be a local network, a
computer or a USB storage device. As well as the “System settings” and “Main menu” options, you
can choose one of the following options:
[Shared media] Select this option to play music files from your local network. Please note that
the music files have to be shared for streaming on your network first. Please read the documentation
for the device (computer, router, etc.) you wish to use as playback source.
If you have set up “Shared media” on your local network, select this menu item by rotating the
NAVIGATE knob [3] and then pressing the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection. The
shared media created is now displayed. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select the desired
shared media and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection. The following submenus
are generated by the shared media server. You should find a list of file types and folders names
such as Music, Video, Pictures and Playlists. Please note that your Internet Radio only supports
playback of music files and playlists.
As with the “Internet radio” operating mode, there are different search functions for finding titles.
So, you can search for Album, Genre, Title, Artist or Playlist. You can also enter a search keys
under the “Search” menu item and search for it in the title, artist and album names. Once you have
found the title you want, press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to play it.
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[USB playback] If you have connected a USB storage device to the USB port [13], a message
appears that a USB device has been connected. When asked for if you want to open the folder,
select “YES” by rotating the NAVIGATE knob [3] and then press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
confirm your selection.
The menus displayed are generated from the USB storage device's folder structure. Use the
NAVIGATE knob [3] and the BACK button [4] to browse through the folders. The display [1] shows
the folder and file names, but not necessarily the title names.
Once you have found the title you want to play, press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your
selection. The title is played.
appears at the bottom of the display [1].
Use the Next title [23] and Previous title [31] buttons to skip through the titles in the
current folder.
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[My Playlist] Displays the playlist for your Internet Radio. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
select a title. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to start playback of the selected title.
Please note that you have to create a playlist first. To do this, while a title is playing, hold the
NAVIGATE knob [3] for approx. 2 seconds to add the current title to the playlist. You can also add
the current title to the playlist by holding the NAVIGATE knob [3] for approx. 2 seconds.
[Repeat play: Off] Here, you can set if you want a title to be played repeatedly. Press the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to toggle between “Repeat play: Off” and “Repeat play: On”. While this
function is enabled,
reads on the bottom of the display [1].
[Shuffle play: Off] Here you can enable or disable shuffle playback for the current playlist or
the current folder. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to toggle between “Shuffle play: Off” and “Shuffle
play: On”. While this function is enabled,
reads on the bottom of the display [1].
[Clear My playlist] Lets you clear the playlist entries on your Internet Radio. To do this, press the
NAVIGATE knob [3]. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select "YES" or "NO" and press the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm.
[Prune servers] The Internet Radio saves UPnP servers it finds via your network connection. If
some UPnP servers are no longer available, you can use this option to remove them from the UPnP
server list. To remove all inactive UPnP servers, select this option and confirm the following prompt
with “YES”.
DAB Radio
This operating mode allows DAB/DAB+ (Digital Audio Broadcasting) standard-compliant radio
stations to be received. Extract the telescopic antenna [11] fully to get good reception. “”A station
search is carried out automatically when you select the “DAB” option for the first time.
If no stations are found during the station search, move the telescopic antenna into a
different position or move the device to optimise reception. If stations are still not
found, make sure that DAB/DAB+ is being broadcast in your area.
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A list of DAB radio stations found appears. Now, you can rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select
a station. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3], to confirm your selection and to play the station.
Depending on the radio station, the display [1] may show further information like the Station Name,
Title and Artist of the current song or the latest news.
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to show the station list; press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select a
different radio station.
Saving/recalling favourite stations
Proceed as follows to save a station as a favourite:
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To save the current radio station, hold the FAVOURITE button [6] down for approx. 2 seconds
until the favourite list appears.
Use the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select which one of the 10 station presets you want.
Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to save the radio station on the selected station preset. Please
note that any station presets used will be overwritten.
To recall a previously saved stations, briefly press the FAVOURITE button [6] and use the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to select the station from the list. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to play the
selected station.
If you press the MENU button [5], you can choose one of the following options as well as the
“System Settings” and “Main menu” options:
[Station list] Opens the station list.
[Scan] Starts a new station search. The current station list will not be deleted. Any stations that can
no longer be received are labelled with a “?” in front of them.
[Manual tune] This option lets you add the stations in a group (ensemble) to the station list
manually. If you do not know the station ensemble, use the “Scan” option.
[Prune invalid] Any invalid stations or stations that can no longer be received are labelled as
“?”. in the station list. You can use this option to remove them from the list. Rotate the NAVIGATE
knob [3] to select "YES" or "NO" and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm.
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[DRC] This allows you to reduce the dynamic range between low and high-volume sounds. The
following options are available:
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DRC high
DRC low
DRC off
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm. The
selected setting is marked with a .
[Station order] You can sort the station list using the following options:
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Alphanumeric (sort from A to Z)
Ensemble (sort by ensemble channel number)
Valid (sort from high to low signal strength)
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm. The
selected setting is marked with a .
Receiving FM Radio
Use this operating mode to listen to FM radio stations.
Selecting a station
Proceed as follows to select a station:
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Extract the telescopic antenna [11] fully.
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to tune to the frequency you want manually. To search for a
station automatically, press the NAVIGATE knob [3]. You can stop the station search by
pressing the NAVIGATE knob [3] again. The display [1] indicates the current frequency in
MHz. As soon as a station has detected, the display [1] shows its name instead of the
frequency. If required, move the telescopic antenna into a different position or move the device
to optimise reception of the current station.
Depending on the direction of rotation of the NAVIGATE knob [3] the station search
starts increasing or decreasing the frequency.
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Saving/recalling stations
Proceed as follows to save a station:
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To save the current radio station, hold the FAVOURITE button [6] down for approx. 2 seconds
until the favourite list appears.
Use the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select which one of the 10 station presets you want.
Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to save the radio station on the selected station preset. Please
note that any station presets used will be overwritten. Only the frequency is saved, not the
station name.
To recall a previously saved stations, briefly press the FAVOURITE button [6] and use the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to select the station from the list. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to play the
selected station.
If you press the MENU button [5], you can choose one of the following options as well as the
“System Settings” and “Main menu” options:
[Scan setting] This option lets you choose if the device searches for “strong” stations only or also
for “weak” stations. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
confirm. The selected setting is marked with a .
[Audio setting] This lets you define that “weak” stations are to be received in Mono only. This
can help to reduce noise. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select and press the NAVIGATE knob
[3] to confirm. The selected setting is marked with a .
AUX in
Use this operating mode to play music from an external audio source on your Internet Radio.
Proceed as follows:
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Connect one end of the jack-type audio cable [D] to the headphones jack of your external
audio source.
Next, connect the other end of the jack-type audio cable [D] to the AUX IN jack [17] of your
Internet Radio.
Start playing on the external audio source.
If necessary, you can set the desired volume with the VOLUME knob [9] and on your external
audio source.
If you press the MENU button [5], the “System settings” and “Main menu” options are available.
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Connecting the headphones
Set the volume to the lowest level before connecting headphones in order to avoid
damaging your hearing. You can then set the volume to the level you want.
Be careful when using headphones. Listening to high-volume audio can damage
your auditory system.
The headphones jack [16] is used to connect headphones. If the headphones are plugged in, the
speakers [3 and 11] are automatically muted.
DLNA streaming (DMR)
Another way to play music is DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) streaming. DLNA allows
devices from different manufacturers to communicate with each other. The audio source is the only
control device, so playback control is not on the Internet Radio. Possible sources are computers,
Android® smartphones, Android® tablets or Apple® iPhone®/iPad® devices.
Computer source device:
The system requirements for DLNA streaming are Windows® 7 and an up-to-date Windows® Media
Player.
Please note that your computer and Internet Radio have to be logged into the same network. Power
your Internet Radio on in the “Internet radio” operating mode. Configure, for instance, Windows®
Media Player 12 as follows:
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Open Windows® Media Player.
Click on “Stream” on the top menu bar.
Click on “Turn on media streaming” or “More streaming options...”.
Next, turn on media streaming for your Internet Radio SilverCrest SIRD 14 C1 by following the
on-screen instructions.
Now you can play a title on your Internet Radio. Right-click on the title you want and select “Play
to” and “SilverCrest SIRD 14 C1”. The connection with your Internet Radio is now established and
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playback starts. You can now control the playback from your computer. If you select a different
operating mode on your Internet Radio, playback is cancelled. Playback can only be restarted from
the computer.
Smartphone/Tablet PC source device:
The system requirements for DLNA streaming are a smartphone/Tablet PC with a DLNA streaming
app.
Please note that your smartphone/Tablet PC and Internet Radio have to be logged into the same
network. Install a DLNA streaming app on your smartphone/Tablet PC and power your Internet
Radio on in the “Internet radio” operating mode.
Now you can play a title on your Internet Radio via the DLNA streaming App installed previously.
Please consult the documentation for your DLNA streaming App. You can now control the playback
from your smartphone/Tablet PC. If you select a different operating mode on your Internet Radio,
playback is cancelled. Playback can only be restarted from the smartphone/Tablet PC.
UNDOK App
This app lets you control your Internet Radio conveniently from your smartphone or Tablet PC. You
can download the "UNDOK" control app from the Apple® App Store and from the Google® Play
Store.
The UNDOK App allows you to navigate between the different functions, tune-in a different radio
station, set the volume, etc.
The app supports the following functions:
- Access to Internet radio stations and podcasts
- Digital DAB/DAB+ radio stations
- FM radio stations
- Music playback from UPnP and USB storage devices
- Internet Radio control
- Control of a multi-room system
Using the UNDOK App:
First, install the UNDOK App. Please note that your smartphone or Tablet PC and the Internet Radio
have to be logged into the same Wi-Fi network. Power your Internet Radio on in the “Internet radio”
operating mode and launch the app. When first launched, the app displays all available Internet
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Radios. Select the Internet Radio you want from the list to use the app. When prompted, enter the
current PIN code. The default PIN is “1234”. You can view and edit the current PIN on the Internet
Radio in the menu [System settings > Network > NetRemote PIN Setup].
NOTE:
By default, controlling your device with the UNDOK App is possible in “Internet radio” operating
mode only
Controlling it from the app in the (Standby, AUX-IN, FM, DAB, USB) operating modes is not
possible by default. If you want to control the Internet Radio in all operating modes via the app, in
the Internet Radio menu you must select “YES” in [System settings > Network > Keep network
connected]. After this use your Internet Radio in the “Internet radio” operating mode once to
establish the WLAN connection.
Controlling more Internet Radios
If you want to use the UNDOK App to control multiple Internet Radios installed in the same Wi-Fi
network, it is recommended to assign them unique names so you can identify them easily on the
network. Changing the "Friendly Name" is only possible from a PC installed on the same network
and not from the Internet Radio itself. For this, you need the IP address of the Internet Radio. You
can find it under:
System settings / Network / View settings
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Then proceed as follows:
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Type the IP address (numbers separated by dots) of your radio in the Internet Browser address
bar and press "Enter" to confirm.
 The page that appears shows the current Internet radio name under the "Friendly Name" field.
 Enter the new name into the "New friendly Name" field, for example "Kitchen", and click
"Apply" to confirm it.
Now you can easily identify the Internet Radio with its new name from the UNDOK App. This
ensures that you choose the correct device to be controlled from the UNDOK App.
System settings
This menu contains more settings options for your Internet Radio.
Equalizer
Here you can change the equalizer settings. The following preset sound options are available:
“Normal”, “Flat”, “Jazz”, “Rock”, “Movie”, “Classic”, “Pop” and “News”. The “My EQ” option
lets you set your own custom equalizer settings. You can adjust the different options under “My EQ
profile setup”. Adjust Bass, Treble and Loudness as desired. After you have adjusted all the settings,
press the BACK button [4]. When prompted if you want to save, select “YES” to apply the changes
or select “NO” to cancel.
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Network
Here you can change the Internet settings for your Internet Radio. The following options are
available:
[Network wizard] Use this option to search for available wireless networks. For more
information, please read the „Network“ chapter on page 19.
[PBC Wlan setup] This lets you connect your Internet Radio with a WPS-compliant router by
pressing a button on the router. For more information, please read the „Network“ chapter on page
19.
[View settings] Displays information about the network.
[Wlan region] Enter the WLAN region where you wish to use your Internet Radio. The only
available option is “Most of Europe”.
[Manual settings] This option should only be used by experienced users. It allows you to adjust
network-specific parameters (Connection type, DHCP, IP settings, Gateway address, DNS, SSID,
Authentication, Encryption type, key).
We cannot provide any further descriptions at this stage, as the individual settings for each network
are very specific.
[NetRemote PIN Setup] Here you can view and edit the NetRemote PIN. The default
NetRemote PIN is: 1234. The NetRemote PIN is required when you want to connect a smartphone
or Tablet PC to your Internet Radio. To establish a connection to the Internet Radio with a
smartphone or Tablet PC, you need the UNDOK App. This app lets you control your Internet Radio
conveniently from your smartphone or Tablet PC. You can download the "UNDOK" control app
from the Apple® App Store and from the Google® Play Store.
[Network profile] Select this option to show a list of the most recently connected wireless
networks. Up to four recent wireless networks are displayed.
The Internet Radio will attempt to automatically establish a connection with available wireless
networks from this list. To remove a wireless network from the list, select it by rotating the
NAVIGATE knob [3] and then press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection. Select
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“YES” to delete the wireless network from the list or select “NO” to cancel. Please note that it is not
possible to remove the current wireless network from the list. The current wireless network is marked
with a icon.
[Keep network connected] By default WLAN is not enabled in Standby, AUX-IN, FM, DAB
and USB operating modes. Therefore you cannot control the device via the UNDOK App or DLNA
streaming. However, if you wish to control the Internet Radio in all operating modes via the
UNDOK App or DLNA streaming, select “YES”. After this, use your Internet Radio in “Internet
radio” operating mode once to establish a permanent WLAN connection.
Time/Date
This menu lets you set the date and time.
[Set Time/Date] Here you can set the date and time manually. For more information, please
read the "Setting date and time" chapter on page 16.
[Auto update] Here you can set the date and time to be synchronised automatically. For more
information, please read the "Setting date and time" chapter on page 16.
[Set format] Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select “12” for 12-hour display format or “24”
for 24-hour display format and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection. If you
select the 12-hour format, the display [1] shows “AM” in the morning or “PM” in the afternoon
after the time.
The next two menu items will only be available if you have selected “Update from Network” for the
[Auto update] menu item.
[Set timezone] This lets you set the time zone. Select “UTC+01:00” for Central Europe.
[Daylight savings] Choose “On” for summer time, otherwise choose “Off”.
Language
Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select the menu language you want from the list and press the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm your selection.
Factory Reset
With this option you can restore the factory-default settings for your Internet Radio. Please note that
all custom settings and favourites saved locally will be lost. Press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
execute the selected option. A safety prompt appears. Select “YES” to the safety prompt to restore
the factory defaults. Or select “No” to cancel.
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Software update
This menu allows you to adjust software update settings.
[Auto-check setting] This option automatically checks for new updates from time to time.
Automatic updating is enabled by default. To disable it, select “NO”. To enable it again, select
“YES”.
[Check now] Use this option to search for available updates immediately.
If an update is available, it is shown on the display [1]. Follow the instructions on the display [1].
Do not power the device off or disconnect it from the mains during the update! This
could result in a complete device failure.
Setup wizard
With this function, you can start the setup wizard at any time. Any parameters or stations entered
already are not deleted. For more information, please read the „First-time setup“ chapter on page
15.
Info
This menu item shows the software version (SW version), Radio ID and Friendly Name (model
name) of your Internet Radio.
Display brightness
You can change the display brightness settings here.
[Timeout] This lets you set the timeout after which the display [1] is dimmed in standby mode.
Selecting “ON” keeps the display backlight switched on in standby mode.
[Power-on Level] This lets you set the display [1] brightness to “High”, “Medium” or “Low”.
Ambient Light
This lets you enable or disable the illumination of the NAVIGATE knob [3] and the VOLUME
knob [9].
The
icon indicates the current setting.
Multi-room
You can use your Internet Radio as a speaker of a multi-room audio system. This menu lets you
query the status and other information of the Internet Radio in your multi-room system as well as
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show the current devices in the system and edit groups. To use your Internet Radio as a component
of a multi-room audio system you will need the "UNDOK" control application. You can download it
from the Apple® App Store and from the Google® Play Store. For more information about using
multi-room systems, please read the UNDOK app documentation.
The following is a summary of the settings available in the Multi-room menu:
[View details]
Here you can view to what group of your multi-room system the Internet Radio belongs to, if
applicable.
[Create new group]
This lets you create a new group. You can then assign your Internet Radio and other speakers to
the group created.
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Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select a character and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
confirm it. You can also use the numeric keypad [25] or the navigation buttons [34] and the
OK button [21] of the remote control.
After you have entered the entire group name in this way, rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
select “OK” and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm.
[Add to group]
This lets you add one or more devices of your multi-room system that are connected to the same
WLAN to a group.
[List current clients]
This shows the devices that are currently assigned to a group. It is also possible to delete individual
devices from the group.
[Leave group]
This lets you remove your Internet Radio from a multi-room group.
[Dissolve group]
This allows you to delete an entire group.
For more information about using multi-room systems, please read the UNDOK app
documentation.
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Main menu
Here, you can select the different operating modes and set the sleep timer and alarm.
You can choose the following operating modes:
Internet radio, Spotify, Music player, DAB, FM, AUX in, Sleep, Alarms and System
Settings
Sleep timer
The sleep timer powers the device off automatically after a set time. The sleep timer is available in
all operating modes.
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While the device is powered on, press the Menu button [5].
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Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select the "Main menu" option and press the NAVIGATE
knob [3] to confirm.
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Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to select the "Sleep" option and press the NAVIGATE knob [3]
to confirm.
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Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to toggle between the following options: “Sleep OFF”, “15
Minutes”, “30 Minutes”, “45 Minutes” and “60 Minutes”. The time is the remaining time until
the device will power off
The “Music player” and “AUX in” operating modes require playback to be started
manually on the Internet Radio or the external audio source.
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Select “Sleep OFF” to disable the sleep timer. In this case the device remains switched on.
It is even easier to enable the sleep function by using the remote control.
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While the device is powered on or off, press the SLEEP/SNOOZE button [29] to toggle
between the following options: “Sleep OFF”, “15 Minutes”, “30 Minutes”, “45 Minutes” and
“60 Minutes”.
While the sleep function is enabled, you can power the Internet Radio off at any
time by pressing the VOLUME button [9] or the On/Standby button [35] on the
remote control.
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While the sleep function is enabled, the remaining timer countdown appears smaller
on the bottom of the display [1].
Alarm
This option lets you set two alarm times. First, verify that the clock is displaying the correct time.
Choose between “Alarm 1” and “Alarm 2”. Then the following options are available:
[Enable:] Now select one of the following options: “Off” (alarm disabled), “Daily”, “Once”,
“Weekends” (Saturday and Sunday), “Weekdays” (Monday to Friday).
If you select “Once”, you need to enter the date and time for the alarm.
[Time:] This lets you set the alarm time. The hour flashes. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to set the
hour and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm. The minute flashes. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob
[3] to set the minute and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm.
“AM” will flash only if you have chosen the 12-hour time format. Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to
select “AM” for the morning hours or “PM” for the afternoon hours and press the NAVIGATE knob
[3] to confirm your selection.
[Mode:] This let you set how you want to be woken up. The following options are available:
“Buzzer”, “Internet radio”, “DAB” and “FM”.
If no Internet connection is available, the buzzer will sound.
[Preset:] This lets you select the radio station you would like to wake you up. You can select the
“Last listened” option or choose a station from your favourite list. Please note that this function is not
available if the “Buzzer” option has been selected.
[Volume:] Rotate the NAVIGATE knob [3] to set the wake-up volume you want. Press the
NAVIGATE knob [3] to confirm.
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[Save] Select this option and press the NAVIGATE knob [3] to save the settings. After an alarm
has been enabled, the display [1] shows a bell icon 1 (Alarm 1) or 2 (Alarm 2). In standby mode,
the alarm time set is also shown on the display [1].
Switching the alarm off
When the alarm starts, you can disable it as follows.
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Press any button on the Internet Radio several times or rotate the Navigate knob [3] or the
Volume knob [9] to delay the alarm for 5, 10, 15 or 30 minutes. After this period, the alarm
starts again. The remaining snooze time before alarm reactivation appears at the bottom of the
display [1]. Alternatively, you can use the buttons [21], [22], [26], [29], [32], [33] or [35] on
the remote control to adjust.
Press and hold the VOLUME knob [9] or the On/Standby button [35] of the remote control for
approx. 2 seconds to quit the alarm.
Storage when not using the product
If you will not be using the device for a long period of time, unplug it from the mains
and store the device in a dry and cool place. Also remove the battery from the remote
control.
Troubleshooting
The Internet Radio will not switch on.
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Check that the power adapter has been firmly inserted into the wall socket and that the plug of
the power adapter cable has been inserted into the DC IN socket [15]. Plug the power adapter
into a different wall outlet, if possible.
Check that the main power switch [12] located on the back panel of the Internet Radio is
switched to “ON”.
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No WLAN connection
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The distance to the router is too high, reduce it.
Check that the network key has been entered correctly.
No LAN connection
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Check that the network cable has been inserted correctly into the LAN port [14] of your
Internet Radio and into the LAN port of your router.
Try a different network cable in case the existing one is damaged.
No reception in Internet radio operating mode
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The radio station selected may be unavailable. Please try a different radio station.
Check if there is a connection to the router/Internet.
Poor DAB/FM reception
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Extract the telescopic antenna [11] fully and/or move it to a different position.
Launch a new station search.
Device switched on but no sound.
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Check the volume setting.
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Please check if you have connected headphones and, if so, disconnect them.
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Please check if the correct operating mode has been selected.
The remote control does not work.
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Point the remote control directly at the Internet Radio.
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The battery is low or empty. Replace it with a new one of the same type. See also the chapter
“Inserting the battery into the remote control”.
The alarm does not work
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Check that all settings for the alarm time are correct.
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Check the clock time setting.
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QR codes
The following QR codes connect you to interesting Websites that contain more helpful information
about your device.
Use your smartphone or tablet PC to scan the code to open the corresponding website.
Alternatively, you can also enter the corresponding URL into your Internet browsers address bar.
Here you can download apps available for this device:
URL: http://www.multiroom-sound.com/app-download
This website contains detailed information about setting up and
installing the SilverCrest multi-room system:
URL: http://www.multiroom-sound.com/about
Here you can find specific information for your device:
URL: http://www.multiroom-sound.com/114039
This link forwards you to the SilverCrest Multi-room system
homepage:
URL: http://www.multiroom-sound.com
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Environmental regulations and disposal information
Devices marked with this symbol are subject to the European Directive
2012/19/EU. All electrical and electronic devices must be disposed of separately
from household waste at official disposal centres. Avoid damage to the
environment and risks to your personal health by disposing of the device properly.
For further information about proper disposal, contact your local government,
disposal bodies or the shop where you bought the device.
Dispose of all packaging in an environmentally-friendly manner. Cardboard packaging can be
taken to paper recycling containers or public collection points for recycling. Any film or plastic
contained in the packaging should be taken to your public collection points for disposal.
Respect the environment. Old batteries must not be disposed of with domestic waste. They must be
handed in at a collection point for waste batteries. Please note that batteries must be disposed of
fully discharged at appropriate collection points for old batteries. If disposing of batteries which are
not fully discharged, take precautions to prevent short circuits.
Conformity notes
This device has been approved for compliance with the basic and other relevant
requirements of the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, the Low-voltage Directive
2006/95/EC, the ErP Directive 2009/125/EC, the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC,
and the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU. The corresponding Declaration of
Conformity can be found at the end of this User Manual.
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Warranty and Service Information
Warranty of TARGA GmbH
Dear Customer,
This device is sold with three years warranty from the date of purchase. In the event of product
defects, you have legal rights towards the seller. These statutory rights are not restricted by our
warranty as described below.
Warranty conditions
The warranty period commences upon the date of purchase. Please keep the original receipt in a
safe place as it is required as proof of purchase. If any material or manufacturing faults occur within
three years of purchase of this product, we will repair or replace the product free of charge as we
deem appropriate.
Warranty period and legal warranty rights
The warranty period is not extended in the event of a warranty claim. This also applies to replaced
and repaired parts. Any damage or defects discovered upon purchase must be reported
immediately when the product has been unpacked. Any repairs required after the warranty period
will be subject to charge.
Scope of warranty
The device was carefully manufactured in compliance with stringent quality guidelines and
subjected to thorough testing before it left the works. The warranty applies to material and
manufacturing faults. This warranty does not cover product components which are subject to normal
wear and which can therefore be regarded as wearing parts, or damage to fragile components
such as switches, rechargeable batteries or components made of glass. This warranty is void if the
product is damaged, incorrectly used or serviced. To ensure correct use of the product, always
comply fully with all instructions contained in the user manual. The warnings and recommendations
in the user manual regarding correct and incorrect use and handling of the product must always be
observed and complied with. The product is solely designed for private use and is not suitable for
commercial applications. The warranty is rendered void in the event of incorrect handling and
misuse, if it is subjected to force, and also if any person other than our authorised service
technicians interfere with the device. No new warranty period commences if the product is repaired
or replaced.
Submitting warranty claims
To ensure speedy handling of your complaint, please note the following:
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Before using your product for the first time, please read the enclosed documentation
carefully. Should any problems arise which cannot be solved in this way, please call our
hotline.
Always have your receipt, the product article number as well as the serial number (if
available) to hand as proof of purchase.
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If it is not possible to solve the problem on the phone, our hotline support staff will initiate
further servicing procedures depending on the fault.
Service
Phone:
0207 – 36 50 744
E-Mail:
service.GB@targa-online.com
Phone:
01 – 242 15 83
E-Mail:
service.IE@targa-online.com
Phone:
800 – 62 175
E-Mail:
service.MT@targa-online.com
Phone:
800 – 92 496
E-Mail:
service.CY@targa-online.com
IAN: 114039
Manufacturer
Please note that the following address is not a service address. First contact the service point stated
above.
TARGA GmbH
Coesterweg 45
59494 SOEST
GERMANY
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Obsah
Ochranné známky.............................................................................................55 Úvod .................................................................................................................55 Určené použití ...................................................................................................55 Obsah balení.....................................................................................................56 Technické údaje .................................................................................................57 Bezpečnostní pokyny ........................................................................................58 Ochrana autorských práv .................................................................................61 Přehled .............................................................................................................62 Než začnete ......................................................................................................65 Vkládání baterie do dálkového ovladače ........................................................................................ 65 Připojení k internetu ............................................................................................................................ 65 Začínáme ..........................................................................................................66 Zapnutí/vypnutí internetového rádia ................................................................................................ 66 První uvedení do provozu .................................................................................................................. 66 Výběr jazyka nabídky ........................................................................................................................ 67 Nastavení data a času ....................................................................................................................... 67 Ponechat připojení k síti ..................................................................................................................... 69 Výběr oblasti WLAN .......................................................................................................................... 70 Síť ........................................................................................................................................................ 70 Šifrovaná síť WPS - nejjednodušší způsob připojení........................................................................ 70 Navázání připojení bez WPS ........................................................................................................... 73 Nabídka konfigurace ........................................................................................75 Uspořádání nabídky konfigurace...................................................................................................... 75 Struktura nabídky ............................................................................................................................... 76 Tlačítko INFO - zobrazení informací ................................................................................................. 77 Provozní režimy .................................................................................................................................. 77 Internetové rádio ............................................................................................................................ 77 Spotify Connect .............................................................................................................................. 80 Hudební přehrávač (Shared media / USB playback) (Sdílená média / Přehrávání z USB) ... 82 Rádio DAB ...................................................................................................................................... 84 Příjem FM vysílání ........................................................................................................................... 86 Čeština - 53
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AUX in (Vstup AUX) ....................................................................................................................... 87 Připojení sluchátek.............................................................................................................................. 88 Streaming DLNA (DMR) .................................................................................................................... 88 Aplikace UNDOK .............................................................................................................................. 89 System settings (Nastavení systému) ............................................................... 91 Ekvalizér.............................................................................................................................................. 91 Síť ........................................................................................................................................................ 92 Time/Date (Čas/Datum) ................................................................................................................... 93 Language (Jazyk) ............................................................................................................................... 93 Factory Reset (Obnovení výchozích hodnot z výroby) ................................................................... 94 Software update (Aktualizace softwaru) .......................................................................................... 94 Setup wizard (Průvodce nastavením) ............................................................................................... 94 Info (Informace) .................................................................................................................................. 94 Display brightness (Jas displeje) ....................................................................................................... 94 Ambient Light (Osvětlení)................................................................................................................... 95 Multi-room (Konfigurace s větším počtem místností) ........................................................................ 95 Main menu (Hlavní nabídka) ............................................................................ 96 Sleep timer (Časovač vypnutí) .......................................................................................................... 96 Alarm (Buzení).................................................................................................................................... 97 Vypnutí alarmu (buzení) .................................................................................................................... 98 Ukládání nepoužívaného výrobku .................................................................................................... 98 Odstraňování problémů ................................................................................... 99 QR kódy ......................................................................................................... 100 Předpisy na ochranu životního prostředí a informace o likvidaci ................... 101 Prohlášení o shodě ......................................................................................... 101 Informace o záruce a servisu .......................................................................... 102 54 - Čeština
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Ochranné známky
Apple®, iPhone® a iPad® jsou ochranné známky, App Store je servisní značka společnosti Apple Inc
registrované v USA a jiných zemích.
Google® a Android® jsou ochranné známky společnosti Google Inc.
Windows®je registrovaná ochranná známka společnosti Microsoft Corporation.
USB je registrovaná ochranná známka.
Logo Spotify®, název Spotify® a Spotify® Connect jsou registrované ochranné známky společnosti
Spotify Ltd.
Ostatní názvy a výrobky mohou být ochrannými známkami nebo registrovanými ochrannými
známkami příslušných vlastníků.
Úvod
Děkujeme vám za nákup výrobku značky SilverCrest.
Internetový radiopřijímač SilverCrest SIRD 14 C1 (dále nazývaný „Internetové rádio“ se snadno
ovládá, má moderní design a poskytuje vynikající zvuk. Díky mnoha režimům příjmu a možnostem
připojení může přijímat rozhlasové stanice z webu, stanice DAB+ a FM. Umožňuje také připojení
přehrávače MP3, jiného externího audiozařízení nebo paměťového zařízení USB. Může dokonce
přehrávat obsah z jiných médií, např. ze síťových disků. Chcete-li vytvořit připojení k internetu,
můžete použít síťový kabel nebo vestavěnou WiFi anténu.
Určené použití
Toto internetové rádio je zařízení spotřební elektroniky určené k příjmu a přehrávání audiodat
z internetu nebo ze sítě. Umožňuje také příjem rozhlasových stanic DAB+/FM. Možné je také
přehrávání audiosouborů z externích audiozařízení, např. přehrávače MP3 (prostřednictvím vstupu
AUX) nebo paměťových zařízení USB (prostřednictvím portu USB). Internetové rádio lze používat
pouze k soukromým účelům, nikoli k průmyslovému nebo komerčnímu využití. Zařízení se nesmí
používat v exteriéru a v tropickém podnebí. Toto zařízení splňuje všechny příslušné normy a
směrnice. Výrobce není odpovědný za škody nebo problémy způsobené neautorizovanými
změnami. Používejte pouze příslušenství doporučené výrobcem. Dodržujte předpisy a zákony
platné v zemi použití.
Uvědomte si, že v dané zemi mohou platit specifické předpisy vztahující se na frekvenční pásma,
která mohou být přijímána. Jakékoli informace přijaté z frekvenčních pásem mimo těch, která jsou
výslovně volně přístupná pro veřejné použití, nesmí být používány a jejich obsah nesmí být
poskytován třetím stranám.
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Obsah balení
Přístroj a veškeré příslušenství vyndejte z obalu. Odstraňte obalový materiál a zkontrolujte, zda jsou
všechny součástí kompletní a nepoškozené. Pokud zjistíte jakoukoli chybějící nebo poškozenou
položku, kontaktujte výrobce.
A
B
C
D
E
F
Internetové rádio SilverCrest SIRD 14 C1
Dálkový ovladač
3V knoflíková baterie CR2025
Audiokabel (s konektorem typu jack)
Napájecí adaptér
Tento uživatelský návod (perokresba)
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Technické údaje
Internetové rádio
Frekvenční rozsah FM
DAB+
Výstupní výkon
Příkon
Příkon v pohotovost. režimu
Zdroj napájení
Napájení dálkového ovladače
WiFi norma
Šifrování WiFi
Konektory a patice
Rozměry (Š x V x H)
Hmotnost včetně napájecího adaptéru
Provozní teplota
Provozní vlhkost
Skladovací podmínky
Napájecí adaptér
Výrobce
Typ
Vstup
Příkon
Výstup
Bezpečnostní třída
FM 87,5 – 108 MHz
Pásmo III 170 – 240 MHz
2 x 7 W efektivně
max. 24 W
WiFi vypnuto: <1 W
WiFi zapnuto: <2 W
Napájecí adaptér: 12 V , 2 A
1x knoflíková baterie CR2025, 3 V
802.11a/b/g/n
WEP, WPA, WPA2
 10/100 Ethernet (LAN): RJ-45
 Sluchátka: 3,5 mm stereojack
 USB 2.0
 Vstup AUX IN: 3,5 mm stereojack
přibližně 21,8 x 11,8 x 15,1 cm
přibližně 1575 g
5°C až 35°C
85% rel. vlhkosti
-10 °C až 50 °C, max. 85 % relativní vlhkosti
Ktec
KSASB0241200200HE
100 – 240 V stř., 50/60 Hz
0,6 A
12 V , 2 A,
II
Technická specifikace a vzhled může být předmětem změny bez předchozího upozornění.
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Bezpečnostní pokyny
Před prvním použitím tohoto zařízení si přečtěte níže uvedené poznámky a dbejte na všechna
upozornění, a to i v případě, že máte s používáním elektronických zařízení zkušenosti. Tyto
bezpečnostní a provozní pokyny si uložte na bezpečném místě k pozdějšímu nahlédnutí. Pokud
zařízení prodáte nebo ho předáte dál, předejte současně i tuto příručku. Uživatelská příručka je
součástí dodávky produktu.
POZOR! Tato ikona a výstražný nápis „Pozor“ vás upozorní na
potencionálně nebezpečnou situaci. Pokud ho budete ignorovat, může dojít
k vážnému zranění či dokonce úmrtí.
VAROVÁNÍ! Tento symbol a nápis „Varování“ označuje důležité informace
pro bezpečné používání výrobku a bezpečnost uživatele.
POZOR! Tento symbol označuje nebezpečí pro lidské zdraví a nebezpečí
smrti a/nebo poškození zařízení kvůli zásahu elektrickým proudem.
K napájení svého internetového rádia používejte pouze přiložený síťový
adaptér (výrobce: Ktec / číslo modelu: KSASB0241200200HE)
Tento symbol označuje další informaci na dané téma.
POZOR! Pokaždé se ujistěte, že
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zařízení není vystaveno žádným přímým zdrojům tepla (např. radiátorům)
zařízení není vystaveno přímému slunečnímu nebo jasnému umělému osvětlení
přístroj není vystaven působení stříkající nebo kapající vody či agresivních kapalin a nesmí se
používat v blízkosti vody; především se nikdy nesmí ponořit do kapaliny (do blízkosti zařízení
neumisťujte předměty naplněné vodou, například vázy nebo skleničky)
zařízení není umístěno v blízkosti magnetických polí (např. reproduktorů)
na přístroj nebo do jeho blízkosti nestavte zdroje otevřeného ohně (např. zapálené svíčky)
do přístroje nebyly vloženy žádné cizí předměty
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zařízení není vystaveno extrémním teplotním změnám, protože ty by mohly způsobit vznik
vlhkosti prostřednictvím kondenzace s následným zkratem; Pokud je zařízení vystaveno
značným rozdílům teplot, před zapnutím vyčkejte (přibližně 2 hodiny), dokud jeho teplota
nedosáhne teploty prostředí
zařízení není vystaveno nadměrným otřesům a vibracím
zařízení a napájecí adaptér nejsou zakryty. Zakrytá zařízení se mohou přehřívat a hrozí
nebezpečí požáru.
Pokud výše uvedené pokyny nedodržíte, může dojít k poškození přístroje nebo ke zranění.
POZOR! VÝSTRAHA! Děti a postižené osoby
Elektrická zařízení nejsou určena pro děti. Osoby s postižením musí používat elektrická zařízení
pouze v mezích svých možností. Nedovolte dětem nebo postiženým osobám, aby používaly
elektrická zařízení bez dozoru, kromě případů, kdy jsou náležitě poučeny a dohlíží na ně
kompetentní osoba odpovědná za jejich bezpečnost. Děti musí být vždy pod dohledem, aby bylo
jisté, že si s výrobkem nehrají. Malé součásti představují riziko udušení.
Mimo dosah dětí a postižených osob uchovávejte také obaly.
Hrozí nebezpečí udušení!
VAROVÁNÍ! Rizika související s vysokou hlasitostí
Buďte opatrní při používání sluchátek Poslech na sluchátka při vysoké úrovni hlasitosti může
poškodit váš sluch. Před nasazením sluchátek stáhněte hlasitost na nejnižší úroveň.
POZOR! Napájecí adaptér
K přístroji připojujte pouze přiložený napájecí adaptér.Napájecí adaptér zapojte pouze do vhodné
a za všech okolností snadno přístupné síťové zásuvky. Napájecího adaptéru se nikdy nedotýkejte
mokrýma rukama, protože by mohlo dojít k zásahu elektrickým proudem.
Chcete-li napájecí adaptér odpojit od zásuvky, vždy přidržujte jeho kryt a nikdy netahejte za kabel.
Za následujících podmínek odpojte napájecí adaptér od sítě:
 při každé nebezpečné situaci
 pokud internetové rádio nebo napájecí adaptér vytváří neobvyklý hluk nebo z něj uniká kouř.
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před vichřicí a/nebo bouřkou
pokud je napájecí adaptér poškozen
pokud byl napájecí adaptér vystaven dešti, tekutinám či vysokým úrovním vlhkosti
před dlouhodobou nepřítomností, např. před dovolenou
chcete-li přístroj vyčistit
Napájecí adaptér odebírá elektrický proud i v pohotovostním režimu. Chcete-li zařízení zcela
odpojit od elektrické sítě, musíte vytáhnout napájecí adaptér ze zásuvky.
Postupujte dle následujících pokynů, abyste zabránili potencionálnímu vážnému zranění či požáru!
Napájecí adaptér nikdy nezakrývejte, jinak hrozí nebezpečí požáru. Napájecí adaptér se
nepokoušejte otevřít. Mohlo být dojít k usmrcení elektrickým proudem.
VAROVÁNÍ! Kabely
Při odpojování od zásuvky držte kabel za vidlici, nikdy netahejte za samotný kabel. Na kabely
nikdy nepokládejte kusy nábytku ani jiné těžké předměty a dejte pozor, aby nedošlo k uvíznutí
kabelů, zejména u vidlic a zásuvek. Kabel nikdy neinstalujte okolo horkých nebo ostrých předmětů,
aby nedošlo k jeho poškození. Na kabelech nikdy nedělejte uzly a nesvazujte je spolu s jinými
kabely. Všechny kabely umístěte tak, aby o ně nikdo nezakopnul a aby nepřekážely.
POZOR! Baterie
Při vkládání baterie dodržte správnou polaritu. Postupujte dle nákresu, který se nachází uvnitř
prostoru pro baterii. Baterie se nepokoušejte nabíjet a nevyhazujte je do ohně. Pokud nebudete
dálkový ovladač delší dobu používat, baterii vyjměte. Nevhodné použití může způsobit výbuch
nebo únik elektrolytu.
Baterie se nesmí otevírat ani deformovat, protože by mohlo dojít k úniku chemických látek a
poranění. V případě kontaktu elektrolytu z baterie s vaší pokožkou nebo očima si je okamžitě
vypláchněte velkým množstvím vody a vyhledejte lékařskou pomoc.
V případě spolknutí baterie okamžitě vyhledejte lékařskou pomoc.
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Pokud jste na palubě letadla, v nemocnici, na operačním sále nebo v blízkosti lékařských
elektronických přístrojů, přístroj vypněte. Vysokofrekvenční signály by mohly rušit citlivá zařízení.
Zařízení umístěte nejméně 20 cm od kardiostimulátoru, protože elektromagnetické vlny by mohly
rušit jeho činnost. Vysílané elektromagnetické signály mohou rušit činnost naslouchacích přístrojů.
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Zařízení se zapnutým bezdrátovým režimem neumísťujte do blízkosti hořlavých plynů nebo do
prostředí, kde hrozí nebezpečí výbuchu (např. lakýrnické dílna), protože vyzařující
vysokofrekvenční signály mohou vyvolat výbuch nebo požár. Dosah rádiových signálů je ovlivněn
okolními podmínkami. Při přenosu dat prostřednictvím bezdrátového připojení mohou být data
přijata neautorizovanými stranami. Společnost Targa GmbH není odpovědná za problémy
s rádiovými nebo televizními signály způsobené neautorizovanými úpravami tohoto zařízení.
Společnost Targa GmbH dále nepřijímá žádnou odpovědnost za výměnu jakýchkoli kabelů či
zařízení, které nebyly schváleny přímo společností Targa GmbH. Za řešení problémů s rušením
způsobených neautorizovanými úpravami tohoto přístroje a za výměnu přístrojů je plně odpovědný
uživatel.
Údržba / Čištění
V případě jakéhokoli poškození zařízení je nutná oprava - např. když dojde k poškození
napájecího adaptéru nebo krytu, vniknutí tekutiny nebo předmětů do zařízení nebo pokud bylo
zařízení vystaveno dešti či vlhkosti. Oprava je nutná také v případě, kdy přístroj nefunguje
normálním způsobem nebo došlo k jeho pádu. Pokud si všimnete kouře, neobvyklého zvuku nebo
podivného zápachu, přístroj okamžitě vypněte a odpojte napájecí kabel od sítě. Pokud se tato
situace vyskytne, přístroj dále nepoužívejte a nechte ho zkontrolovat odborníkem. Všechny opravy
musí provádět kvalifikovaný servisní technik. Nikdy neotvírejte kryt přístroje. K čištění používejte
pouze čistý suchý hadřík. Nikdy nepoužívejte agresivní kapaliny. Nepokoušejte se otevřít kryt
přístroje, jinak porušíte záruku.
Provozní podmínky
Zařízení není určeno k provozu v prostředí s vysokou teplotou nebo vlhkostí (např. koupelny) a musí
se chránit před prachem. Provozní teplota a provozní vlhkost: 5 až 35 °C, max. 85 % relativní
vlhkosti.
Ochrana autorských práv
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