HITACHI WOODEN DAB AND DAB PLUS FM

Instruction Manual
KH337E
DAB+ FM Radio
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Contents
Safety Warnings.....................................................................................................................5
Unpacking..............................................................................................................................7
Product Overview..................................................................................................................8
Front View........................................................................................................................................................8
Rear View..........................................................................................................................................................8
Power Source.........................................................................................................................9
Battery Power.................................................................................................................................................9
Battery Life (Approx. hours).......................................................................................................................9
Knowing When to Replace the Batteries..............................................................................................9
Mains Power................................................................................................................................................. 10
Connections.........................................................................................................................10
Connecting to the Earphones Socket................................................................................................. 10
Basic Operation...................................................................................................................10
Powering ON/OFF...................................................................................................................................... 10
Selecting Modes......................................................................................................................................... 10
Adjusting the Volume............................................................................................................................... 10
DAB Operation.....................................................................................................................11
DAB Auto Scan............................................................................................................................................ 11
Secondary Services.................................................................................................................................... 12
Manual Tuning............................................................................................................................................. 12
Storing Stations.......................................................................................................................................... 12
Recalling a Stored Station....................................................................................................................... 12
Display Modes............................................................................................................................................. 13
FM Operation.......................................................................................................................14
Switching from DAB to FM Mode......................................................................................................... 14
Auto Scan...................................................................................................................................................... 14
Manual Scan................................................................................................................................................. 14
Audio Mode.................................................................................................................................................. 14
Storing Stations.......................................................................................................................................... 14
Recalling a Stored Station....................................................................................................................... 15
Display Modes............................................................................................................................................. 15
Setting the Clock.................................................................................................................16
Setting the Alarm (AC Operation Only).............................................................................16
Activating the Alarm Function...........................................................................................16
Automatic Alarm Repeat.....................................................................................................17
Snooze Function (AC Operation Only)...............................................................................17
Sleep Function (AC Operation Only)..................................................................................17
Display Backlight.................................................................................................................18
System Reset........................................................................................................................18
Maintenance........................................................................................................................19
Hints and Tips......................................................................................................................19
Specifications.......................................................................................................................19
SOME DOS AND DON’TS ON THE SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT
This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety
standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the
best results and safety is to be assured.
DO
read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment.
DO
ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads
and inter-connections between the pieces of equipment) are properly made and
in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Switch off and withdraw the
mains plug before making or changing connections.
DO
consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, operation or
safety of your equipment.
DO
be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment.
DO
route the mains lead so that it is not likely to be walked on, crushed, chafed, or
subjected to excessive wear and tear or heat.
DON’T
remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages.
DON’T
obstruct the ventilation openings of the equipment with items such as
newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc. Overheating will cause damage and
shorten the life of the equipment.
DON'T
allow electrical equipment to be exposed to dripping or splashing, or objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, to be placed on the equipment.
DON'T
place hot objects or naked flame sources such as lighted candles or nightlights
on, or close to equipment. High temperatures can melt plastic and lead to fires.
DON'T
use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs with wood screws - to ensure complete
safety always fit the manufacturer’s approved stand or legs with the fixings
provided according to the instructions.
DON'T
use equipment such as personal stereos or radios so that you are distracted from
the requirements of traffic safety.
DON'T
listen to headphones at high volume, as such use can permanently damage your
hearing.
DON'T
leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated
that is designed for unattended operation or has a stand-by mode. Switch off
using the switch on the equipment and make sure that your family knows how
to do this. Special arrangements may need to be made for infirm or handicapped
people.
DON'T
continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working
normally, or if it is damaged in any way – switch off, withdraw the mains plug and
consult your dealer.
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ABOVE ALL
–
NEVER let anyone especially children push anything into holes, slots or any other
opening in the case – this could result in a fatal electric shock;
–
NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind; it is better to
be safe than sorry!
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Used correctly, domestic batteries are a safe and dependable source
of portable power. Problems can occur if they are misused or abused
– resulting in leakage or, in extreme cases, fire or explosion.
Here are some simple guidelines to safe battery use designed to
eliminate any such problems.
Store unused batteries in their
packaging and away from metal
objects which may cause a
short-circuit resulting in leakage or, in
extreme cases, fire or even an
explosion.
Never attempt to recharge ordinary
batteries, either in a charger or by
applying heat to them. They may
leak, cause fire or even explode.
There are special rechargeable
batteries which are clearly marked as
such.
Keep loose button cells away from
young children.
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Take care to fit your batteries
correctly, observing the plus and
minus marks on the battery and
appliance. Incorrect fitting can cause
leakage or, in extreme cases, fire or
even an explosion.
Replace the whole set of batteries at
one time, taking care not to mix old
and new batteries or batteries of
different types, since this can result in
leakage or, in extreme cases, fire or
even an explosion.
Remove dead batteries from
equipment and all batteries from
equipment you know you are not
going to use for a long time.
Otherwise the batteries may leak and
cause damage.
Never dispose of batteries in fire as
this can cause them to explode.
Please recycle dead batteries; do not
put with the normal household
waste.
Supervise children if they are
replacing batteries themselves in
order to ensure these guidelines are
followed.
Remember that small button cell
batteries such as used in some
hearing aids, toys, games and other
appliances, are easily swallowed by
young children and this can be
dangerous.
Make sure battery compartments are
secure.
Seek medical advice if you believe a
cell has been swallowed.
Safety Warnings
• Read all the instructions carefully before
using the unit and keep them for future
reference.
• Retain the manual. If you pass the unit
onto a third party make sure to include this
manual.
• Check that the voltage marked on the
rating label matches your mains voltage.
Damage
• Please inspect the unit for damage after
unpacking.
• Do not continue to operate the unit if you
are in any doubt about it working normally,
or if it is damaged in any way - switch off,
withdraw the mains plug and consult your
dealer.
• To prevent the risk of electric shock or
fire hazard due to overheating, ensure
that curtains and other materials do not
obstruct the ventilation vents.
• Do not install or place this unit in a
bookcase, built-in cabinet or in another
confined space. Ensure the unit is well
ventilated.
Safety
• Always disconnect the unit from the mains
supply before connecting/ disconnecting
other devices or moving the unit.
• Unplug the unit from the mains socket
before a lightning storm.
Location of Unit
• The unit must be placed on a flat stable
surface and should not be subjected to
vibrations.
• Do not place the unit on sloped or unstable
surfaces as the unit may fall off or tip over.
• The mains socket must be located near the
unit and should be easily accessible.
Mains Cable
• Make sure the unit is not resting on top of
the mains cable, as the weight of the unit
may damage the mains cable and create a
safety hazard.
• If the mains cable is damaged it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent, or similarly qualified persons in order
to avoid a hazard.
Temperature
• Avoid extreme degrees of temperature,
either hot or cold. Place the unit well away
from heat sources such as radiators or gas/
electric fires.
• Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and other
sources of heat.
Interference
• Do not place the unit on or near appliances
which may cause electromagnetic
interference. If you do, it may adversely
affect the operating performance of the
unit, and cause a distorted picture or sound.
Naked Flames
• Never place any type of candle or naked
flame on the top of or near the unit.
Moisture
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or
product damage, do not expose this unit
to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing. No
objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
should be placed on the unit.
• If you spill any liquid into the unit, it can
cause serious damage. Switch it off at the
mains immediately. Withdraw the mains
plug and consult your dealer.
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Batteries
• Batteries used in the unit are easily
swallowed by young children and this is
dangerous.
• Keep loose batteries away from young
children and make sure that the battery
holder tray is secure in the remote control.
Seek medical advice if you believe a cell has
been swallowed.
• Please dispose of batteries correctly by
following the guidance in this manual.
Supervision
Ventilation
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• Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the unit.
• Never let anyone especially children push
anything into the holes, slots or any other
openings in the case - this could result in a
fatal electric shock.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the unit’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the manual
accompanying the unit.
Service
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove screws. The unit does not contain
any user-serviceable parts. Please leave all
maintenance work to qualified personnel.
• Do not open any fixed covers as this may
expose dangerous voltages.
Maintenance
• Ensure to unplug the unit from the power
supply before cleaning.
• Do not use any type of abrasive pad or
abrasive cleaning solutions as these may
damage the unit’s surface.
• Do not use liquids to clean the unit.
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Thank you for purchasing your new Hitachi DAB+ FM Radio.
We recommend that you spend some time reading this instruction manual in
order that you fully understand all the operational features it offers. You will
also find some hints and tips to help you resolve any issues.
Read all the safety instructions carefully before use and keep this instruction
manual for future reference.
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Unpacking
Remove all packaging from the unit. Retain the packaging. If you dispose of it please do so
according to local regulations.
The following items are included:
STANDBY DAB/FM
INFO
MENU
SLEEP
TUNE/ PRESETS ALARM1
SELECT
ALARM2 SNOOZE/
BACKLIGHT
DAB/FM Digital Radio & Alarm Clock
VOLUME/SELECT
The Main Unit
Mains Cable
Instruction Manual
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Product Overview
Front View
1.
1
2.
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STANDBY DAB/FM
INFO
MENU
SLEEP
TUNE/ PRESETS ALARM1
SELECT
ALARM2 SNOOZE/
BACKLIGHT
DAB/FM Digital Radio & Alarm Clock
VOLUME/SELECT
Handle
STANDBY Button
3.
DAB/FM Button
4.
INFO Button
5.
MENU Button
6.
SLEEP Button
7.
Speakers
8.
VOLUME/SELECT
9.
LCD Display Window
Control
10. TUNE/SELECT Button
11. PRESETS Button
2 3 4 5 6
7
8
9
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12. ALARM1 Button
13. ALARM2 Button
14. SNOOZE/BACKLIGHT Button
Rear View
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15. Earphones Socket
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16. FM Aerial
17. Battery Door
18. Mains Cable Socket
OPEN
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Power Source
Battery Power
Insert 4 x 1.5V AA battery (not included) into the battery
compartment located at the rear of the unit.
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Alarm and sleep function are not available under
battery power.
Battery Life (Approx. hours)
When Using
Alkaline (Size AA)
DAB
FM
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Knowing When to Replace the Batteries
• When the batteries become weak, the sound becomes weak and distorted.
• When the batteries are completely exhausted, the power is turned off.
Handling the Batteries
• Improper or incorrect use of batteries may cause corrosion or battery leakage, which
could cause personal injury or damage to property.
• Install the batteries correctly by following the polarity (+ and –) indications in the battery
compartment.
• Use only the types of the batteries which are indicated in this manual.
• Do not install new batteries with used ones and do not mix different types of batteries.
• Do not dispose of the used batteries as domestic waste. Dispose of them in accordance
with local regulations.
• If you are not going to use the unit for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid damage
from battery leakage and corrosion.
• Due to the short battery life span of some alkaline batteries. It is recommended to use
rechargeable batteries. You will need to purchase a charger to charge the rechargeable
batteries. This saves cost and is more environmentally friendly.
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Mains Power
Before using, connect the supplied power cable to the mains cable socket at the rear of the
unit and to the mains socket.
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Connections
Connecting to the Earphones Socket
1.
Connect earphones (3.5mm stereo mini plug)
to the earphones socket.
2.
Adjust the volume control to obtain the
desired volume level.
3.
When the earphones are connected, the
speakers will automatically mute.
• Avoid listening to sound excessive levels which could be harmful to your ear.
• Prolonged listening at full volume can damage the ears of the user.
Basic Operation
Powering ON/OFF
• Press the
STANDBY button to switch the unit on.
• Press the
STANDBY button again to switch the unit back to standby mode.
• Disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket if you want to switch the unit off
completely.
Selecting Modes
Press the DAB/FM button repeatedly to switch between modes (DAB or FM).
Adjusting the Volume
Adjust the volume to the desired level by turning the
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VOLUME/SELECT
control.
DAB Operation
If the unit is connected to the mains power and then
switched on from standby for the first time, the unit will
automatically enter into the DAB mode and perform
auto scan function. During the scan the display will show
“Scanning ...” together with a slide bar that indicates
the progress of the scan and the amount of stations that
have been found so far.
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Once the scan has finished, the unit will select the first
alphanumerically found station. To explore the found
stations, press the TUNE/SELECT button and then
turn the VOLUME/SELECT control. When you
find a station that you would like to listen to, press the
TUNE/SELECT button.
If no stations are found after auto scan, the unit will then enter into the Tune Select
Menu. Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control and then press the TUNE/SELECT
button to select manual tune or auto scan modes for stations.
DAB Auto Scan
The auto scan will search for the entire DAB Band III channels. After the scan has finished,
the first alphanumerically found station will be automatically selected.
Full auto scan will not replace the DAB stations in memory. If you want to remove all
the previous scanned stations, system reset is required.
1.
To activate auto scan, first press the MENU button
to enter into the Tune Select Menu, then rotate
the VOLUME/SELECT control to select
“Autoscan”, finally press the TUNE/SELECT button
to confirm, the display will show “Scanning …” and
a progressing slide bar.
2.
All the stations that have been found will be stored
automatically, to explore and select listening to the
found stations, press the TUNE/SELECT button and
then turn the VOLUME/SELECT control. Press
the TUNE/SELECT button to confirm.
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Secondary Services
You may see a “>” symbol after the name of the station, this indicates that there are
secondary services available to that station. These secondary services contain extra
services that are related to the primary station. e.g. a sports station may want to add extra
commentaries. The secondary services are inserted directly after the primary station in the
station list.
To select the secondary station, press the TUNE/SELECT button when the “<” appears
in the display before the station name. When the secondary service ends, the unit will
automatically switch back to the primary station.
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Manual Tuning
As well as the auto tune function, you can manually tune the receiver. This can help you
when aligning your aerial or when adding stations that were missed while auto tuning.
1.
Press the MENU button and then press the
TUNE/SELECT button to select Manual tune, the
display will now show Manual tune.
2.
Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control to cycle
through the DAB channels, which are numbered
from 5A to 13F.
3.
After your desired channel number is selected,
press the TUNE/SELECT button to enter the current
multiplex, the top line will now display the first
station in the multiplex.
4.
Press the TUNE/SELECT button to select a station
that you would like to listen to.
Storing Stations
You can store up to 10 of your favourite stations to the memory. This will enable you to
access your favourite stations quickly and easily.
1.
To store a preset, you must first be listening to the station that you would like to save,
press and hold the PRESETS button. The “Empty preset #” will show on the display
and the preset number will flash.
2.
Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control to select your desired preset station number
and then press the TUNE/SELECT button to confirm.
3.
The station will be stored and the screen will then show “Preset # Saved“.
Recalling a Stored Station
1.
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Once you have saved a station to one of the preset buttons, you can recall it by
pressing the PRESETS button.
VOLUME/SELECT
2.
Turn the
3.
Press the TUNE/SELECT button to confirm the selection.
4.
If you choose a preset that hasn’t been allocated a station, the “Empty preset #“ will
be displayed.
control to select your desired preset station number.
Display Modes
Every time you press the INFO button, the display will cycle through the following display
modes: Ensemble/Multiplex (Group name), Time/Date, Frequency, Audio Bit Rate,
Signal Strength, DLS, Programme Type.
The information is displayed on the lower segment of the display.
Multiplex Name
A multiplex is a collection of radio stations that
are bundled and transmitted on one frequency.
There are national and local multiplexes. Local
ones contain stations that are specific to that
area.
Ensemble/Multiplex
(Group name)
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Time/Date
DAB – unlike normal radio, groups together several
radio stations and transmits them on one frequency.
Time/Date
The broadcaster (Radio station) provides clock
and date information automatically so there’s
no need to manually set this information.
Frequency
The frequency of the present station will be
displayed.
Frequency
Audio Bit Rate
Audio Bit Rate
The display will show the digital audio bit rate
being received.
Signal Strength
Signal Strength
The display will show a slide bar to indicate
the signal strength, the stronger the signal, the
longer the bar will be from left to right.
DLS
DLS (Dynamic Label Segment)
Dynamic label segment is a scrolling message
that the broadcaster may include with their
transmissions. The message usually includes
information, such as program details etc.
Programme Type
Programme Type
This describes the style of the programme that
is being broadcast. If the information is not
available, the display will show “<Programme
Type>”.
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FM Operation
Switching from DAB to FM Mode
To switch the unit from DAB to FM mode, press the DAB/FM button once. The display will
show FM and the frequency.
Auto Scan
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To search for an FM station, press and hold the TUNE/SELECT button to start the auto scan.
The display will show “Searching ...” . Once a station has been found, the scanning will stop
automatically.
Manual Scan
To search for FM stations manually, press the TUNE/SELECT button. The display will show
“<Tuning>”. Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control until your desired frequency is reached.
Audio Mode
Press the MENU button to toggle between the Auto or Mono selection.
The unit will automatically switch between stereo and mono mode, but you can
override this and switch this function manually. This is helpful when receiving poor
signal reception.
Storing Stations
You can store up to 10 of your favourite stations to the memory. This will enable you to
access your favourite stations quickly and easily.
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1.
To store a preset, you must first be listening to the
station that you would like to save, press and hold
the PRESETS button. The “Empty preset #” will
show on the display and the preset number will
flash.
2.
Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control to select
your desired preset station number and then press
the TUNE/SELECT button to confirm.
3.
The station will be stored and the screen will then
show “Preset # Saved“.
Recalling a Stored Station
1.
Once you have saved a station to one of the preset buttons, you can recall it by
pressing the PRESETS button.
2.
Turn the
3.
Press the TUNE/SELECT button to confirm the selection.
4.
If you choose a preset that hasn’t been allocated a station, “Empty preset #“ will be
displayed.
VOLUME/SELECT
control to select your desired preset station number.
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Display Modes
Every time you press the INFO button, the display will cycle through the following display
modes: Programme Type, Time/Date, Radio Text, Frequency.
Programme Type
This describes the “Style” or “genre” of music
that is being broadcast e.g. “Rock”, “Classical” or
“Information”.
Time/Date
The broadcaster (Radio station) provides clock
and date information automatically so there’s
no need to manually set this information. In the
unlikely event that the broadcaster does not
transmit any clock information; the display will
show <Time/Date>.
Radio Text
As with DAB, the broadcaster can include a
scrolling text that displays information about
the current program. If Radio text information
is not available, then the display will show
<Radio Text>.
Programme Type
Time/Date
Radio Text
Frequency
Frequency
This shows the frequency of the current station.
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Setting the Clock
The clock can only be updated if you can receive DAB signals in your location. In order for
the clock to synchronise to the current local time you must leave it on one DAB station for a
short period of time. Manual clock setting is not required.
Setting the Alarm (AC Operation Only)
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Make sure you have preset FM and DAB stations before setting the Alarm.
1.
The unit has two alarms. Press and hold the ALARM1/
ALARM2 button to set alarm 1 or alarm 2. The display
will show “Alarm # Setting” and the hour digits will
flash.
2.
Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control to adjust the
hour digits and then press the TUNE/SELECT button
to confirm.
3.
The minute digits will flash. Turn the
VOLUME/SELECT control to adjust the minute
digits and then press the TUNE/SELECT button to
confirm.
4.
Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control to select DAB
preset station. Press the TUNE/SELECT button to
confirm.
5.
Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control to select FM
preset station. Press the TUNE/SELECT button to
confirm.
6.
Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control to select
Buzzer 1/2. Press the TUNE/SELECT button to confirm.
7.
Turn the VOLUME/SELECT control to select the
alarm wake up volume level. Press the TUNE/SELECT
button to confirm.
Activating the Alarm Function
1.
To activate the alarm function, repeatedly press the ALARM1 or ALARM2 button. The
alarm wake-up modes will be displayed and change in the below sequence on every
press:
Alarm Off
2.
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DAB Preset #
FM Preset #
Buzzer Tone #
When the display shows your desired alarm wake-up mode, release the button. The
alarm function is now activated and an alarm icon will be displayed.
3.
When the alarm time arrives, the selected wake-up mode will be on and the alarm icon
in the display will flash to indicate the alarm is triggered. To stop the alarm sooner,
press the STANDBY button.
4.
To check the alarm status, press the ALARM1 or ALARM2 button. The alarm status will
show on the display.
If you have activated the alarm function and the wake-up mode is DAB or FM, make sure that the
volume is at a sufficient level for you to hear and you must preset the radio station first.
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Automatic Alarm Repeat
The alarm will automatically repeat each day at the selected time as long as the alarm icon
is displayed. To cancel this function, repeatedly press the ALARM1 or ALARM2 button until
“Alarm Off” shows on the display.
Snooze Function (AC Operation Only)
When the alarm has triggered, press the SNOOZE button to temporarily switch off the
alarm for 5 minutes. The display will show “Zz” to indicate that snooze is on. Snooze
function will continue for 1 hour from the set alarm time. If alarm 2 is due to go off within
1 hour of alarm 1, it will not activate until alarm 1 has been switched off.
Sleep Function (AC Operation Only)
This function allows you to program the unit to switch off by itself after a set period of time.
1.
To activate the sleep function, press the SLEEP button repeatedly until the “Sleep
Timer” shows on the display. The time will change in the below sequence on every
press:
90
80
70
60
30
10
2.
When your desired sleep time appears in the display, release the button and the sleep
function will be activated in two seconds. “S#” will show on the display (for example
“S1” represents “10 minutes” sleep time).
3.
When the sleep time counts to zero, the unit will go off. To put the sleep function off
while the sleep timer is still counting down, press the SLEEP button once, “Sleep Off”
will show on the display.
4.
Press the INFO button repeatedly to display the sleep timer status.
The sleep function can be activated only in AC power operation.
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Display Backlight
There are four backlight levels for you to select from in AC mode. During AC standby and
DC on mode, the backlight will be turned on to full brightness for 5 seconds on every key
press.
To set the backlight, press the SNOOZE/BACKLIGHT button repeatedly and the brightness
of the display will change in the below sequence on every press:
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Backlight off > Backlight 01 > Backlight 02 > Backlight 03 > Backlight off >……
• The Backlight function setting can be selected only in AC power operation.
• The display backlight level is defaulted to “Backlight 01” in AC standby and “Backlight 03”
during operation. This is resumed only when the factory reset has taken place.
System Reset
There may be times when you need to reset your unit back to the factory settings especially
when you have moved house. If you experience reception problems you may want to reset
and try again. If you move to another part of the country and pick up the local and national
DAB stations in that area, your previously tuned channels may no longer be available.
1.
Press and hold the MENU button until the “Press SELECT to confirm reset” shows on
the display.
2.
Press the TUNE/SELECT button to start the system reset, “Restarting…” will show on
the display. After the reset is complete, the unit will go to standby mode.
3.
Press the STANDBY button again to turn the unit on, the unit will then start
scanning for DAB channels immediately.
After the system reset, all the tuned stations, DAB & FM preset stations
and alarm settings will be erased.
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Maintenance
Ensure to unplug the unit from the mains socket before cleaning.
• To clean the unit, wipe the case with a slightly moist, lint-free cloth.
• Do not use any cleaning fluids containing alcohol, ammonia or abrasives.
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• Do not spray an aerosol at or near the unit.
Hints and Tips
Problem
Solution
No Sound
Adjust the volume control, it may not be turned up.
Static Sound
Signal reception too low. Adjust the aerial or move the unit to a
stronger signal location.
Sound is distorted
Volume is too high. Adjust the volume control.
Desired station not
found
Weak signal. Use the Manual Tune function.
The LCD display shows No DAB coverage in your area or poor reception. Adjust the
“SERVICE not available” position of the aerial.
No DAB station.
Poor reception. Adjust the position of the aerial.
The LCD display is
blank
This may occur if the broadcaster changes the label of a service
or removes a label while tuned. The unit will try to retune or
perform a scan.
Specifications
Model
KH337E
Mains Supply
AC 100 – 240V~ 50/60Hz
DC 6V 1.5V(UM3) x 4
Output Power
1.8W x 2
Radio Frequency
Range
FM87.5 – 108 MHz
Dimension
246 (L) x 86.5 (W) x 126 (H) mm
Weight
1.26kg
DAB 174 – 240 MHz
Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Notes for battery disposal
The batteries used with this product contain chemicals that are harmful to the environment. To
preserve our environment, dispose of used batteries according to your local laws or regulations.
Do not dispose of batteries with normal household waste.
For more information, please contact the local authority or your retailer where you purchased the
product.
The above mark is in compliance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE).
The mark indicates the requirement NOT to dispose the equipment
including any spent or discarded batteries as unsorted municipal waste,
but use the return and collection systems available. If the batteries or
accumulators included with this equipment display the chemical symbol
Hg, Cd or Pb, then it means that the battery has a heavy metal content of
more than 0.0005% Mercury, or more than 0.002% Cadmium or more than,
0.004% Lead.
In the unlikely event of a problem developing, please contact the store where you purchased
your equipment.
We continually strive to improve our products; specifications may change without prior notice.
For advice on where to purchase accessories, please contact the store where you purchased your
equipment.
All trademarks are the property of their respective owners and all rights are acknowledged.
Importer:
Elkjøp, Solheimsveien 6-8, PB 153, NO 1471 Lørenskog, Norge
Norge: 815 32 000
Sverige: 0771 115 115
Danmark: 70 80 70 70
Suomi: 020321321
Manufacturer: Hitachi Europe Ltd., Whitebrook Park, Lower Cookham Road,
Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 8YA U.K.
227-3123AP-EF3-V3
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