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Ecologic 1 Issue 1.indd
Sound for Generations
ROBERTS
DAB/FM RDS digital portable radio
with built-in battery charger
Please read this manual before use
Contents
Controls ........................................................................... 2-3
Headphone socket ............................................................20
Battery operation ............................................................. 4-5
Display backlight ...............................................................20
Using the AC adaptor ..........................................................6
Battery information ...................................................... 21-22
Lock switch ..........................................................................6
General ..............................................................................23
Operating your radio - DAB .................................................7
Specifications ....................................................................23
Selecting a station - DAB ....................................................8
Circuit features ..................................................................23
Secondary services - DAB ..................................................8
Guarantee .........................................................................24
Display modes - DAB ..........................................................9
Notes ........................................................................... 25-26
Finding new stations - DAB ...............................................10
Manual tuning - DAB .........................................................11
Autoselect - DAB ...............................................................11
Dynamic range control - DAB ............................................12
Operating your radio - FM .................................................13
Manual tuning - FM ...........................................................14
Display modes - FM...........................................................15
Presetting stations - DAB and FM .....................................16
Recalling a preset - DAB and FM ......................................16
Stereo / Mono setting - FM ................................................17
Scan sensitivity setting - FM ..............................................18
Software version ................................................................19
System reset .....................................................................19
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Controls
2
(Front)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
12
11
1. Speaker
5. Volume Down button
9. Charge / Battery Low indicator
2. Band button
6. Volume Up button
10. Tuning Up / Down buttons
3. Auto Tune button
7. On / Off button
11. Select button
4. Info button
8. Lock switch
12. Preset buttons
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Controls
14
(Back)
15
13
16
DC 7.5V 800mA
3
13. Battery compartment
15. Headphone socket
14. Telescopic aerial
16. DC jack socket
Battery operation using alkaline batteries
(also see page 21)
1. Remove the battery cover on the back of the unit by sliding the cover
in the direction of the arrow.
2. Slide the switch inside the battery compartment to the Alkaline position.
3. Insert four LR6 (AA size) alkaline batteries into the spaces in the
compartment. Take care to ensure all batteries are inserted with the
correct polarity as shown on the back of the radio. Then replace the
battery cover.
Alkaline
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Important: when using alkaline batteries the battery switch must
be placed in the alkaline position. Failure to do so could result
in serious damage to the batteries or radio.
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When the batteries are exhausted, the battery light will show red for a
short while. The radio will then switch itself off. It may not be possible
to switch the radio back on until the batteries are replaced, or until the
radio is connected to the mains adaptor.
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If the radio is not to be used for any extended period of time it is
recommended that the batteries are removed from the radio.
•
We would recommend for economy that the ecologic 1 is used via the
AC adaptor whenever possible with battery operation for occasional or
stand-by use only. If extended listening using batteries is anticipated,
then the use of rechargeable batteries is recommended.
NiMH
DC 7.5V 800mA
2
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Battery operation using rechargeable batteries
(also see page 21)
1. Remove the battery cover on the back of the unit by sliding the cover
in the direction of the arrow.
2. Slide the switch inside the battery compartment to the NiMH position.
3. Insert four Rechargeable LR6 (AA size) batteries into the spaces in
the compartment. Take care to ensure all batteries are inserted with
the correct polarity as shown on the back of the radio. The radio is
designed to be used with Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) rechargeable
batteries.
Alkaline
NiMH
4. Plug the mains adaptor into your radio and then plug the adaptor into
the mains.
5. The battery light will flash green indicating batteries are charging. Batteries will be fully charged in around 7 hours. The battery light shows
a steady green light when the battery charging is complete.
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Important: when using rechargeable batteries the battery switch
must be placed in the NiMH position. Batteries will only be charged
when the radio is switched off and connected to the AC adaptor.
•
When the batteries are exhausted, the battery light will show red for a
short while. The radio will then switch itself off. It may not be possible
to switch the radio back on until the batteries are recharged, or until
the radio is connected to the mains adaptor.
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If the radio is not to be used for any extended period of time it is
recommended that the batteries are removed from the radio.
IMPORTANT: The batteries should not be exposed to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire or the like. After use, disposable batteries should
if possible be taken to a suitable recycling centre. On no account
should batteries be disposed of by incineration.
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DC 7.5V 800mA
Using the AC adaptor
Your radio is supplied with a Mains Adaptor.
1. Place your radio on a flat surface.
2. Insert the adaptor plug into the DC socket located on the left hand
side of your radio.
3. Plug the adaptor into a standard 13 amp mains socket outlet. Whenever
the adaptor is used with the radio, it will take power from the mains
rather than from the batteries.
The AC adaptor should be disconnected from the mains supply and
the radio when not in use.
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DC 7.5V 800mA
IMPORTANT: The mains adaptor is used as the means of connecting
the radio to the mains supply. The mains socket used
for the radio must remain accessible during normal use. In order
to disconnect the radio from the mains completely, the mains
adaptor should be removed from the mains socket outlet
completely.
Lock switch
The Lock switch is used to prevent unintentional operation of your radio.
1. Set the Lock switch located on the side of your radio to the 'Lock'
position
. The power and all other buttons will be disabled,
this will prevent accidental operation when your radio is packed in a
suitcase or travel bag.
2. To release the lock, slide the Lock switch down to the 'Unlock'
position
.
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Operating your radio - DAB
1. Carefully extend the telescopic aerial.
2. Press the On/Off button to switch on your radio. The display will show
"ROBERTS" for a few seconds and then "Welcome to DAB".
3. If this is the first time the radio is used a quick scan of the UK Band III
DAB channels will be carried out. The display will show "Welcome to
DAB". If the radio has been used before the last used station will be
selected.
4. During the scanning process, as new stations are detected the station
counter on the right hand side of the display will increase and stations
will be added to the list. The lower line of the display shows a bar-graph
indicating progress of autotune.
5. When the scanning is completed the first station (in numeric-alpha
order 0...9...A....Z) will be selected.
6. If the station list is still empty after the scan your radio will display "No
stations available".
7. If no signals are found it may be necessary to relocate your radio to
a position giving better reception.
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2
Selecting a station - DAB
1. The top line of the display shows the name of the station currently
selected.
2
2. Press the Tuning Up/Down buttons to scroll through the list of
available stations.
3
3. Press and release the Select button to select the station. The display
may show "Now tuning..." while your radio finds the new station.
4. Adjust the Volume buttons to the required setting.
Note: If after selecting a station the display shows "Not Available" it
may be necessary to relocate your radio to a position giving better
reception.
4
The use of the station presets for selecting radio stations is described
on page 16.
Secondary services - DAB
1. Certain radio stations have one or more secondary services associated
with them. If a station has a secondary service associated with it the
display will show ">>" next to the station name on the station list. The
secondary service will then appear immediately after the primary
service as you press the Tuning Up button.
1
2
2. Press the Select control to select the station.
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Display modes - DAB
Your radio has seven display modes:1. Press the Info button to cycle through the various modes.
a
a. Scrolling text
Displays scrolling text messages such as
artist/track name, phone in number etc.
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b
b. Program Type
Displays the type of station being listened
to e.g. Pop, Classic, News etc.
c
c. Multiplex Name
Displays the name of DAB multiplex to
which the current station belongs.
d
d. Time and date
Displays the current the time and date.
e. Frequency
Displays the frequency of the DAB
multiplex for the station listened to.
f.
Displays the digital bit rate & audio type
for the station being listened to.
e
Bit rate & audio type
g. Signal Strength
Displays a graph showing the signal
strength for the station being received.
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f
g
Finding new stations - DAB
As time passes new stations may become available. To find new stations
proceed as follows:1. Press and release the Auto Tune button. The display will show "Fast
Scanning". Your radio will perform a scan of the UK DAB frequencies.
As new stations are found the station counter on the right-hand side
of the display will increase and stations will be added to the list.
2. To carry out a full scan of the entire DAB Band III frequencies press
and hold down the Auto Tune button for more than 2 seconds and
then release. As new stations are found the station counter on the
right-hand side of the display will increase and stations will be added
to the list.
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2
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Manual Tuning - DAB
Manual tuning allows you to tune directly to the various DAB Band III
channels. UK DAB stations are located in the range 11B to 12D.
1. Press and hold the Select button until the display shows "Manual
tune". Release the Select button.
2
1
2. Press either of the Tuning Up/Down buttons to select the required
DAB channel.
3. Press and release the Select button to select the required DAB
channel. The clear unfilled rectangle indicates the minimum signal
level required for satisfactory reception. The signal strength bar will
go up and down showing the changing signal strength as you adjust
the telescopic aerial on your radio.
4. When a DAB signal is found, the display will show the name of the
DAB multiplex. Any new radio stations found will be added to the list
stored in the radio.
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5. Press and release the Select button to return to normal tuning.
Autoselect - DAB
As an alternative to pressing the Select button to select a station your
radio can be set so as to automatically select a station.
1. Press and release either the Tuning Up or Down buttons then immediately press and hold down the Select button until the display
shows "Autoselect ON".
2. Press the Tuning buttons until the station you require is visible on
the display. After a few seconds your radio will automatically select
the station shown on the display.
3. To switch off autoselect press and release the Tuning Up or Down
buttons then immediately press and hold down the Select button
until the display shows "Autoselect Off".
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1,3
Dynamic Range Control settings - DAB
Dynamic Range Control (also known as DRC) can make quieter sounds
easier to hear when your radio is used in a noisy environment.
1
1. Press the On/Off button to switch on your radio.
2. Press and hold in the Info button. The display will show “Station
order.”
2
3. Press the Tuning Up/Down buttons until the display shows "DRC
value".
4. Press and release the Select button to enter adjustment mode.
3
5. Press the Tuning Up/Down buttons to select the required DRC setting
(the default is 0).
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DRC 0 - DRC is switched off, Broadcast DRC will be ignored.
DRC 1/2 - DRC level is set to 1/2 that sent by broadcaster.
DRC 1 - DRC is set as sent by broadcaster.
6. Press and release the Select button to confirm the setting. The display
will return to normal tuning mode.
Note: Not all DAB broadcasts are able to use the DRC function. If the
broadcast does not support DRC, then the DRC setting in the radio will
have no effect.
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Operating your radio - FM
1. Carefully extend the telescopic aerial.
2
2. Press the On/Off button to switch on your radio. The display will show
"ROBERTS" for a few seconds.
3. Press the Band button to select the FM band.
3
4. Press and release the Select button until the display shows
"Auto tune <>".
5. Press the Tuning Up button. Your radio will scan from the currently
displayed frequency direction upwards and will stop scanning when
it finds a station of sufficient strength.
6. The display will show the frequency of the signal which has been
found. If RDS information is available, after a few seconds the display
will show the radio station name. The display will also show "St" and
"RDS" on the upper line if the station is received with stereo and RDS
information.
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4
7. Press the Tuning Down button to scan the FM band in a downwards
direction (high frequency to low frequency).
8. When the end of the waveband is reached your radio will recommence
tuning from the opposite end of the waveband.
9. Adjust the Volume control to the required setting.
10. To switch off your radio press the On/Off button.
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Manual tuning - FM
1. Press the On/Off button to switch on your radio.
1
2. Press the Band button to select the FM band. Fully extend the
Telescopic aerial.
3. Press and release the Select button until the display shows "Manual
tune < >".
2
4. Press either the Tuning Up or Down buttons to tune to a station.
The frequency will change in steps of 50kHz. Pressing and holding
one of the buttons will advance the frequency selection several times
each second.
5. When the end of the waveband is reached the radio will recommence
tuning from the opposite end of the waveband.
6. Adjust the Volume control to the required setting.
4
3
7. To cancel the Manual Tune option, press and release the Select button
again so that the display shows "Auto tune < >".
6
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Display modes - FM
In FM mode the bottom line of the display can be set any of four display
options.
1. Press the Info button to cycle through the various options.
1
b
a. Radio text
Displays scrolling text messages such
as artist/track name, phone in number
etc.
b. Program Type
Displays the programme information for
the station being listened to
e.g. Pop, Classic, News, etc.
c
c. Time and date
Displays the current time and date.
d
d. Frequency
Displays the frequency of the station
being listened to.
Note: These FM mode information displays are only available when the
radio is able to receive RDS information from the broadcaster.
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a
Presetting stations - DAB and FM
There are 5 memory presets for each of the two wavebands.
1
1. Press the On/Off button to switch on your radio.
2. Tune to the required station as previously described.
3
3. Press and hold the required Preset button until the display shows, for
example, "Preset 1 saved". The station will be stored under the chosen
preset button. Repeat this procedure for the remaining presets.
4. Stations stored in the presets may be overwritten by following the
above procedure.
Recalling a preset - DAB and FM
1. Press the On/Off button to switch on your radio.
2
3
2. Select the required waveband.
3. Momentarily press the required Preset button. Your radio will then
tune to the station stored in preset memory.
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Stereo / Mono setting - FM
Your radio will play stereo broadcasts in stereo (via headphones) so long
as the received signal is of adequate strength. However, as a stereo
signal becomes weaker the audio signal will become poorer. It may be
preferable to force the radio to play the station in mono in order to reduce
the level of audio noise.
1
1. Press the On/Off button to switch on your radio.
2. Tune to the required FM radio station as previously described.
3,5
3. Press and hold the Info button until the display shows "Mono override"
on the lower line. The upper line will show "Override Off" if the radio
is in the Auto-Stereo mode.
4. Press the Select button to switch on the Mono-Override. While this
setting is engaged, the radio will play the current station in mono
whether listening via headphones or the loudspeaker.
Mono Overide is a temporary setting and is applied to the currently
tuned station only. It is cancelled automatically by tuning to another
radio station.
5. If you wish to cancel Mono-Overide while listening to the currently
tuned radio station, press and hold the Info button until the display
shows "Mono override" on the lower line. The upper line will show
"Override On" if the radio is in the Mono-Overide mode.
6. Press the Select button to switch off the Mono-Override. The radio
will play then play the current station in stereo through headphones
if the signal is sufficiently strong.
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Scan sensitivity setting - FM
Your radio will normally scan for FM broadcasts which are strong enough
to give good reception. However, you may wish the Auto-scan function
to also be able to find weaker signals, possibly from more distant radio
transmitters. Your radio includes a local / distant option for the Auto-scan
function.
1
1. Press the On/Off button to switch on your radio.
2
2. If needed, press the Band button to select the FM band.
3. Press and hold the Info button until the display shows "Mono override"
on the lower line.
4. Press and release the Tuning up or down buttons until the display
shows "FM Scan Zone" then press the Select button to enter the
scan zone selection menu.
3
5. Press the Tuning up or down buttons to switch between Local and
Distant options on the lower line of the display. The Distant option will
allow the radio to find weaker signals when scanning.
6. Press the Select button to confirm your selection. The radio will then
revert to the normal information display. The Local or Distant setting is
stored in the radio and remains in force until changed or until a System
Reset.
4,5
4,6
Note: The intial setting (out of the box, or after a System Reset) causes
the radio to ignore weak (distant) signals.
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Software version
The software display cannot be altered and is just for your reference.
1
1. To view the software version on the display press and hold the Info
button for 2 seconds.
2. Repeatedly press the Tuning Up/Down buttons until “SW Version”
together with the version number appears on the display.
3. After a few seconds the display will revert to the normal display
mode.
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System reset
If your radio fails to operate correctly, or some digits on the display are
missing or incomplete carry out the following procedure.
1. Press and hold down the Info button for 2 seconds
2. Repeatedly press the Tuning Up/Down buttons until the display
shows "Factory reset", then press the Select button.
1
3. If you wish to perform the reset operation, press the Select button
one more time. A full reset of your radio will be performed. All presets
and station lists will be erased.
2
4. After a system reset a scan of the DAB band will be performed.
In case of malfunction due to electrostatic discharge, reset the product
(reconnection of power source may be required) to resume normal
operation.
If a problem persists our technical staff would be pleased to offer
any assistance on operating the radio. Our technical helpline
number is 020 8758 0338.
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Headphone socket
A 3.5mm Headphone Socket located on the left hand side of your radio
is provided for use with either headphones or an earpiece. Inserting a plug
automatically mutes the internal loudspeaker.
IMPORTANT: Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones
can cause hearing loss.
DC 7.5V 800mA
Display backlight
1. When using on batteries, the display backlight will be switched on for
approximately 12 seconds when any button is pressed.
2. When your radio is powered by AC mains the display backlight will
always be on when the radio is switched on.
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A Few Words about Batteries…
Rechargeable batteries
Your Roberts ecologic 1 radio has been designed to use a choice of
power sources. You may plug it into the mains using the supplied highefficiency adaptor, or for listening away from the mains you may use
either alkaline or rechargeable batteries. We do not recommend the use
of carbon-zinc or zinc-chloride batteries.
Your ecologic 1 radio uses a range of methods to ensure correct and safe
charging of Rechargeable Nickel-Metal-Hydride batteries. These work
to protect your batteries from excessive charge and discharge. These
protections can only work properly if the advice above is followed. In
particular, the radio will not be able to correctly charge batteries if they are
a mixture of different brands, or different ages, or different capacities.
It is very important that you read the advice and warnings given
below.
1) Whichever type of batteries you choose to use, it is very important
that the battery selection switch under the cover is set to the correct
type.
a. If no batteries are fitted, then set the switch to the Alkaline position (to
the left as viewed from the back of the radio). This position minimises
the power consumption when the radio is powered from the mains.
b. If Alkaline batteries are fitted, then set the switch to the Alkaline
position (to the left as viewed from the back of the radio).
c. If Rechargeable batteries are fitted, then set the switch to the NiMH
position (to the right as viewed from the back of the radio). Your radio
is designed to use Nickel-Metal-Hydride rechargeable batteries. No
other type of rechargeable battery should be used in the radio.
2) NEVER mix old and new Alkaline batteries. The old batteries may
suffer damage and leak which will damage your radio and whatever
the radio is standing on.
3) NEVER mix old and new Rechargeable batteries. This may
result in unreliable charging and shortened battery life. Never mix
Rechargeable batteries of different types or capacities even if they
are new.
4) NEVER mix Alkaline and Rechargeable batteries. The recharging of
Alkaline batteries can be very dangerous.
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We recommend that all the rechargeable batteries used in your radio
are bought together as a set. They should always be charged together
and discharged together and not “borrowed” from time to time for other
applications. This will ensure that they give their optimum performance
in your radio.
We recommend that the rechargeable batteries that you use should
be from a quality brand, and should be of at least 2000mAh capacity.
Batteries of this capacity should be able to power your radio for between
10 and 20 hours depending upon the volume of the radio, whether DAB
or FM mode is used (DAB mode uses slightly less power than FM), and
also depending on the condition of the batteries.
Before you first install a new set of rechargeable batteries into your
radio you should first make sure that the battery type switch beneath
the battery cover is in the NiMH position. Install the batteries arranging
them as shown on the back of the radio. Plug the mains adaptor into a
mains socket and then into the radio. While the batteries are charging the
battery indicator should show a flashing green light. When the batteries
are fully charged the indicator will stop flashing and will show a steady
green light. The time taken to charge the batteries will depend on how
much charging they require. New batteries may be partly charged when
first fitted, but it is normal for a set of batteries to take several hours to
charge fully (this can be between 5 and 8 hours depending on the battery
capacity and their initial state of charge).
If you use the radio powered from the batteries, the battery light will be
off until the batteries are exhausted. The battery light will then show red
for a short while before the radio switches itself off. It does this in order
that the batteries are not excessively discharged. This would otherwise
damage the batteries and shorten their life.
If you use the radio powered from the mains with rechargeable batteries
fitted, the charging process is suspended until you switch off the radio.
When you switch off the radio using its On/Off button charging will
then resume. If the batteries have already been charged then they will
only charge for a few more minutes before the battery indicator stops
flashing.
If you only listen to your radio for short periods, you do not need to
connect your radio to the mains to charge the batteries every time that
you use it. However, if the radio is not to be used for a few weeks, then
we recommend that the batteries are fully charged (battery light shows
steady green) before the radio is put to one side.
If you intend not to use your radio for some months, then we recommend
that the batteries are removed and put away, keeping them in a cool
place out of reach of children, away from moisture and such that no metal
object can contact the battery terminals.
With care, rechargeable batteries can last a long time and can operate for
many hundreds of charge and discharge cycles. When your rechargeable
batteries can no longer power your radio adequately, please dispose of
them thoughtfully.
To avoid danger and risk of injury, please follow
these guide lines
Improper use of batteries may result in leakage of fluid, overheating
or explosion. Battery fluid is corrosive and may also be toxic. Battery
fluid can cause skin burns, can damage the eyes, and can be harmful if
swallowed.
1. Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
2. Do not heat, open, puncture, mutilate or dispose of batteries by
burning.
3. Do not mix different battery types or old and new batteries. Always
replace all the batteries at the same time.
4. Do not carry or store batteries such that metal objects may contact
the end caps.
5. Remove batteries from the radio if they are worn out or if you are
storing it for a long time.
6. Remove old or worn out batteries promptly, and recycle or dispose of
them according to the regulations applicable to your location.
7. If a battery does leak, remove all batteries from the product, taking
care to avoid directly touching the leaked fluid. If the fluid contacts
skin or clothes wash with water immediately. Before inserting new
batteries, thoroughly clean the battery compartment with a damp
paper towel, or follow the battery manufacturer’s advice for clean
up.
If you need any further advice, please call our Technical Helpline on :020 8758 0338 (Mon-Fri)
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General
Do not allow this radio to be exposed to water, steam or sand. Do not leave
your radio where excessive heat could cause damage such as in a parked
car where the heat from the sun can build up even though the outside
temperature may not seem too high. It is recommended that the DAB band
be used wherever possible as better results in terms of quality and freedom
from interference will usually be obtained than on the FM band.
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Your radio should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that
no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
radio.
•
It is recommended to operate the product such that there is a minimum
distance (10cm recommended) to adjacent objects in order to ensure
good ventilation.
•
The ventilation of the product should not be restricted by covering it or
its ventilation openings with items such as newspapers, tablecloths,
curtains etc.
•
No naked flame sources such as lighted candles should be placed on
the product.
•
It is recommended to avoid using or storing the product at extremes
of temperature. Avoid leaving the unit in cars, on window sills, in direct
sunlight etc.
The name plate is located on the back of your radio.
Specifications
Circuit Features
Power Requirements
Mains
AC 100
Batteries
4 x LR6 (AA size) Alkaline or NiMH rechargeable
240V 50/60 Hz (switching adaptor)
Loudspeaker
75mm
Output Power
0.5 Watt
Battery Life
Up to 25 hours of listening when used for 4 hours
a day at normal volume using alkaline cells.
Headphone socket 3.5mm dia
Aerial System
FM
Telescopic aerial
DAB
Telescopic aerial
Frequency Coverage
FM
87.5-108MHz
DAB
174.928 - 239.200MHz
The Company reserves the right to amend the specification without notice
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Guarantee
This instrument is guaranteed for twelve months from the date of delivery to the original owner against failure due to faulty workmanship or component
breakdown, subject to the procedure stated below. Should any component or part fail during this guarantee period it will be repaired or replaced free
of charge.
The guarantee does not cover:
1. Damage resulting from incorrect use.
2. Consequential damage.
3. Receivers with removed or defaced serial numbers.
N.B. Damaged or broken telescopic aerials will not be replaced under guarantee.
Procedure:
Any claim under this guarantee should be made through the dealer from whom the instrument was purchased. It is likely that your Roberts' dealer
will be able to attend to any defect quickly and efficiently but should it be necessary the dealer will return the instrument to the Company’s service
department for attention. In the event that it is not possible to return the instrument to the Roberts' dealer from whom it was purchased, please contact
Roberts Radio Technical Services at the address shown on the rear of this manual.
These statements do not affect the statutory rights of a consumer.
If you need any further advice, please call our Technical Helpline on :020 8758 0338 (Mon-Fri)
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If you need any further advice, please call our Technical Helpline on :020 8758 0338 (Mon-Fri)
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ROBERTS RADIO TECHNICAL SERVICES
97-99 Worton Road
Isleworth Middlesex
TW7 6EG
Technical Helpline :- 020 8758 0338 (Mon-Fri during office hours)
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Website: http://www.robertsradio.co.uk
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