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ecologic 5 Issue 1.indd
Sound for Generations
ROBERTS
ecologic 5
DAB/FM RDS digital clock radio with dual alarm
Please read this manual before use
Contents
Controls ........................................................................... 2-3
Sleep timer ........................................................................22
Using the clock radio for the first time .................................4
Set the clock manually ................................................ 23-24
Operating your clock radio ..................................................5
To return to auto set mode ................................................25
Selecting a station - DAB ....................................................6
Auxiliary in socket ..............................................................26
Secondary services - DAB ..................................................7
Headphone socket ............................................................27
Display modes - DAB ...................................................... 7-8
Line out socket ..................................................................27
Finding new stations - DAB .................................................9
Software version ................................................................28
Manual tuning - DAB .........................................................10
System reset .....................................................................29
Dynamic range control (DRC) settings - DAB ...................11
Cautions ............................................................................30
Operating your radio - FM auto-tune .................................12
Specifications ....................................................................31
Manual tune - FM ..............................................................13
Circuit features ..................................................................31
Display modes - FM...........................................................14
Notes .................................................................................32
Presetting stations .............................................................15
Guarantee .........................................................................34
Recalling a preset station ..................................................15
Clock display .....................................................................16
Display backlight ...............................................................16
Display Dimmer .................................................................16
Setting the alarm times ................................................ 17-19
To view the alarm settings .................................................20
Cancelling alarms ..............................................................20
Snooze ..............................................................................21
Setting the snooze time .....................................................21
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Controls (Top)
1
10
2
9
3
8
4
5
6
7
1. Loudspeaker
6. LCD display
2. Auto-tune button
7. Alarm button
3. Info button
8. Select button
4. Band button
5. Tuning Up / Down / Snooze button
9. On / Standby button
10. Station preset buttons
2
Controls (right hand side)
11. Display dimmer control
(under radio)
12. Volume control
Line Out
13. Headphone socket
Aux In
14. Line out socket
VOLUME
11
12
15. Auxiliary in socket
13
14
15
Controls (rear)
16. Wire DAB/FM aerial
17. DC jack socket
16
17
DC 6v
800mA
Antenna
3
Using the clock radio for the first time
1. Place your clock radio on a flat surface.
2. Fully extend the wire aerial located on the rear of your clock radio.
Place the wire antenna so that it is as straight as possible extending
either above or below the radio.
DC 6v
800mA
3. Insert the adaptor plug into the DC socket located on the rear of your
clock radio. Plug the adaptor into a standard 13 amp mains socket
outlet. The display will show "ROBERTS" for a few seconds and then
the display will then show "SET CLOCK". During this time the radio
is scanning to find out which DAB radio stations are available. After a
short time the current time will appear on the display.
4. If no stations are found, "NO CLOCK" will be displayed. It may be
necessary to relocate your clock radio to a position giving better
reception. You should then carry out a scan to find stations as described
on page 9.
IMPORTANT: The mains adaptor is used as the means of connecting
the clock radio to the mains supply. The mains socket used for the clock
radio must remain accessible during normal use. In order to disconnect
the clock radio from the mains completely, the adaptor should be removed
from the mains socket outlet completely.
Characters appearing on the LCD display indicate that the radio is connected
to and powered from the mains supply.
4
Operating your clock radio
1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on your clock radio. The
display will show "TUNING" for a few seconds.
When first switched on, the radio will be in DAB mode. After each use
the radio will remember the mode used and then switch on in that
mode the next time that it is used.
2. If the clock radio has been used before, the last used station will be
selected.
3. If this is the first time that the radio has been used, then the first station
in the list of stations found during scanning will be played. The display
will show the station name on the display.
4. If no signals are found then "OFF AIR" will be displayed and it may
be necessary to relocate your clock radio to a position giving better
reception. You should then carry out a scan to find stations as described
on page 9.
•
on the display to indicate the
Your clock radio has a indicator
strength of the signal being received.
•
The display will revert to a conventional time display 10 seconds after
the last button press except when displaying scrolling text.
Note: If you can see the name of the radio station on the display, but
cannot hear any sound, you may need to adjust the volume control which
is located on the right hand side of your clock radio.
5
1
Selecting a station - DAB
1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on your clock radio. The
display will show "TUNING" for a few seconds.
2
2. Press the Band button to select DAB mode. The display will show
the name of the radio station currently selected.
SNOOZE
3. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to step through the list of
available stations.
TUNING
down
up
3
3
4. When the desired station name appears on the display, press the
Select button to select the station. The display will show "TUNING"
while your radio finds the new station.
5. Adjust the Volume control to the required setting.
4
Note: If after selecting a station the display shows "OFF AIR" it may be
necessary to relocate your radio to a position giving better reception.
VOLUME
5
6
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 then
the secondary service will then appear immediately after the primary
service as you press the Tuning Up button.
1
2. To tune to the secondary service, press and release the Select button.
Most secondary services do not broadcast continually and if the selected
service is not available, the radio will re-tune to the associated primary
service.
2
Display modes - DAB
Your radio has a range of display options when in DAB mode. Note that
the display will revert to a conventional time display 10 seconds after the
last button press except when displaying scrolling text.
1. Press the Info button to cycle through the various options.
a. Station name
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Displays the name of the station being
listened to.
b. Scrolling text
Displays scrolling text messages such
as artist/track name, phone in number,
etc.
c. Programme type
Displays type of station being listened to
e.g. Pop, Classic, News, etc.
a
1
b
c
d. Multiplex Name
e. Time
Displays the name of the DAB multiplex
to which the current station belongs.
d
Displays the current time (24 hour clock).
e
f. Date
Displays the current date.
f
g. Day
Displays the current day of the week.
g
h. Frequency and channel Displays frequency and channel number
for the currently tuned DAB station.
h
i. Bit rate
Displays the digital audio bit rate for the
currently tuned DAB station.
i
j. Signal error
Displays the bit error rate for the
currently tuned DAB station.
j
8
Finding new stations - DAB
From time to time, new DAB radio stations may become available. Or you
may have moved to a different part of the country. In this case you may
need to cause your radio to scan for new stations.
Full
Auto Tune
1
1. With the radio switched on and in DAB mode press and release the
Auto-Tune button. "SCANNING" will show on the display.
2. Your clock 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.
In countries other than the UK, in order that the radio may find the available
stations it is recommended to carry out a full scan of the entire DAB Band III
frequencies. In this case proceed as follows.
3. With the radio switched on and in DAB mode press and hold the
Auto Tune button for 2 seconds until "SCANNING" shows on the
display.
4. Your radio will perform a full scan of the DAB band III 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.
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Full
Auto Tune
3
Manual tuning - DAB
Manual tuning allows you to tune your radio to a particular DAB frequency
in Band III. Any new stations found will be added to the station list. This
function can also be used to assist the positioning of the aerial or radio to
optimise reception for a specific channel or frequency. Note that UK DAB
stations are located in the range of channels 11B to 12D.
SNOOZE
TUNING
down
1
3
up
3
1. Press and hold the Info button for 2 seconds so that the display shows
"MANUAL".
2. Press and release the Select button to enter manual tuning mode.
2-4
3. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to select the desired DAB
channel. Press and release the Select button to tune to the chosen
frequency.
If a signal is present then the channel number and the first part of the
DAB multiplex name will be displayed.
4. Press and release the Select button again to return to the normal
DAB tuning mode.
10
Dynamic Range Control (DRC) settings - DAB
The DRC facility can make quieter sounds easier to hear when your radio
is used in a noisy environment.
There are three levels of DRC compression:
DRC0
1
No compression applied
DRC 1/2 Medium compression applied
DRC1
Maximum compression applied (default)
1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on your clock radio.
2
2. Press the Band button to select the DAB band.
3. Press and hold the Info button until the display shows “MANUAL.”
4. Press the Tuning Up or Down button until "DRC VAL" appears on
the display. Then press the Select button. The display will show the
current DRC value.
3
5. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to select required DRC
setting.
SNOOZE
TUNING
down
6. Press and release the Select button to confirm the setting. The display
will return to the normal radio display.
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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4,6
4,5
up
4,5
Operating your radio - FM auto-tune
1. Fully extend the wire aerial located on the rear of your clock radio.
Place the wire antenna so that it is as straight as possible extending
either above or below the radio.
2
2. Press the On / Standby button to switch on your clock radio.
3. Press the Band button to select the FM band.
4. Press and release the Auto Tune button. Your radio will scan from
low frequency to high frequency (or in the direction last scanned). It
will stop automatically when it finds a station of sufficient strength.
5. After a few seconds the display will update. The display will show the
frequency of the signal found. If the signal is strong enough and there
is RDS data present then the radio will display the station name.
3
Full
Auto Tune
Note that the radio will switch to the time display after 10 seconds if
no buttons are pressed.
4,6,7
6. To find additional stations press and release the Auto Tune button
as before.
SNOOZE
7. To scan the FM band in an opposite direction press and hold down
either the Tuning Up button (to scan low frequency to high frequency)
or Tuning Down button (to scan high frequency to low frequency)
and then press the Auto tune button again.
TUNING
down
7
up
7
When the end of the waveband is reached your radio will recommence
tuning from the opposite end of the waveband.
9. Adjust the Volume to the required setting.
12
Manual tune - FM
1. Fully extend the wire aerial located on the rear of your clock radio.
Place the wire antenna so that it is as straight as possible extending
either above or below the radio.
2,7
2. Press the On / Standby button to switch on your clock radio.
3. Press the Band button to select the FM band.
4. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to tune to a station. The
frequency will change in steps of 50kHz. Pressing and holding the
buttons will advance the frequency several times each second.
3
If the radio is tuned to a station of sufficient signal strength with RDS
information present, then the display may change to show the station
name.
5. When the end of the waveband is reached the radio will recommence
tuning from the opposite end of the waveband.
6. Set the Volume to the desired setting.
SNOOZE
TUNING
down
7. To switch off your clock radio press the Standby button.
up
4
4
Note: The display will revert to a conventional time display 10 seconds
after the last button press except when displaying scrolling text.
6
VOLUME
13
Display modes - FM
Your radio has a range of display options when in FM mode. Note that
the display will revert to a conventional time display 10 seconds after the
last button press except when displaying scrolling text.
The Radio Data System (RDS) is a system in which inaudible digital
information is transmitted in addition to the normal FM radio programme.
RDS offers several useful features.
a
1
b
1. Press the Info button to cycle through the various modes.
a. Station name
Displays the name of the station being
listened to.
b. Frequency
Displays the frequency of the station being
listened to.
c. Scrolling text
Displays scrolling text messages such as
artist/track name, phone in number, etc.
d. Programme type
Displays type of station being listened to
e.g. Pop, Classic, News, etc.
e. Time
Displays the current time (24 hour clock).
f. Date
Displays the current date.
g. Day
Displays the current day of the week.
Note: If no RDS information is available, the radio will be unable to display
the station name, scrolling text and programme type information.
c
d
e
f
g
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Presetting stations
You may store your preferred DAB and FM radio stations to the preset
station memories. There are 10 memory presets in your radio, 5 for DAB
and 5 for FM. Presets are remembered by your radio in the event of a
power failure.
1
The procedure for setting presets and using them to tune stations is the
same for FM and DAB modes, and is described below.
3
1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on the clock radio.
2. Tune to the required station as previously described.
3. Press and hold down the required Preset button until the display
shows, for example, "P1 SAVED". The currently tuned station will be
stored under the chosen preset button. Repeat this procedure for the
remaining presets as needed.
4. Stations which have been stored in preset memories may be over
written by following the above procedure.
Recalling a preset station
1
1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on the clock radio.
2. Press the Band button to select the desired waveband.
3. Momentarily press the required Preset button. Your clock radio will
tune to the station stored in the preset memory.
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2
3
Clock display
1. When your clock radio is in standby mode, the display normally shows
the current time. The date can be displayed by pressing the Info button.
After 10 seconds the display will return to showing the current time.
1
Display Dimmer
Your clock radio has an adjustable dimmer control located underneath the
unit. The display brightness will be increased whenever a button is pressed
for about 10 seconds and it will then revert to a lower level.
1. To increase the display brightness rotate the dimmer control
clockwise.
2. To decrease the display brightness rotate the dimmer control
anti-clockwise.
DC 6v 800mA
Display Backlight
1. In order to view the display when the display backlight is set to a low
level, you can press any button (apart from the On / Standby button)
to switch on the backlight without switching on the radio. The display
brightness will increase for 10 seconds before returning to the previous
level.
16
Setting the alarm times
Your clock radio has two alarms which can be set to wake you to either
radio or buzzer alarm. Each alarm can be set to sound once, daily, on
weekdays or at weekends. The alarms can only be set when your clock
radio is switched on and in DAB or FM mode.
1
Note: If no buttons are pressed for 7 seconds, your clock radio will exit
the alarm setup.
1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on the clock radio.
2. Press and release the Alarm button. The display will show
"SET ALM".
2
3. Press the Select button to enter the alarm setup. "Alarm 1"
flashes.
4. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to select the desired alarm
number, 1 or 2.
3,5,6
5. Press the Select button to enter the setting for the chosen alarm.
Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to select ON or OFF. If OFF
is selected any current setting for that alarm will be cancelled.
6. Press the Select button to cause the alarm hour digits to flash on the
display.
SNOOZE
TUNING
down
7. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to choose the desired alarm
hour.
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4,5,7
up
4,5,7
8. Press the Select button to enter the hour setting. The alarm minute
digits will flash on the display.
9. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to choose the desired alarm
minute.
8,10
10. Press the Select button to enter the minutes setting. The alarm day
option will flash on the display.
SNOOZE
TUNING
down
11. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to select the desired alarm
day option.
•
Once
- Will sound at one time only
Daily
- Will sound everyday
Weekdays
- Will sound only on weekdays
Weekends
- Will sound only at weekends
9,11
up
9,11
SNOOZE
TUNING
down
13
up
13
If setting the alarm to once only, continue with step 12 below. Otherwise
skip to step 18 on the following page.
12. Press the Select button to enter the setting. The alarm year will flash
on the display.
12
13. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to choose the alarm year.
18
14. Press the Select button to enter the alarm year setting. The alarm
month will flash on the display.
15. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to choose the alarm month.
14,16
16. Press the Select button to enter the alarm month setting. The alarm
day will flash on the display.
SNOOZE
17. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to choose the alarm day.
TUNING
down
18. Press the Select button to enter the setting. The alarm source option
will flash on the display.
up
15,17
15,17
19. Repeatedly press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to choose the
desired alarm source (DAB, FM, BUZ).
20. Press the Select button to confirm the alarm settings and return to
normal radio mode.
SNOOZE
Active alarms (1 or 2) are indicated in the display by the corresponding
alarm symbol 1 2 .
Note: When your clock radio is set to wake by the radio alarm, your clock
radio will switch to the last used station. Be sure to check that the volume
is not set so low that you cannot hear the radio alarm.
IMPORTANT: The radio alarm will not be audible while you have
any connection to the Aux In socket. The buzzer alarm may still be
used.
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TUNING
down
up
19
19
18,20
To view the alarm settings
SNOOZE
1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on the clock radio.
2. Press the Alarm button to enter the alarm setup.
TUNING
down
2
3
up
3
3. Press the Select button, then press the Tuning Up or Down buttons
to view alarms 1 or 2.
4. Press the Select button to cycle through each of the settings for the
chosen alarm.
3,4
You may use the Tuning Up and Down buttons to modify any particular
setting if desired, using the Select button to enter the modification.
1
Cancelling alarms
1. While an alarm is sounding it can be cancelled by pressing the
On / Standby button.
1
20
Snooze
1. When the radio or buzzer alarm sounds, pressing the Snooze button
will silence the alarm for the selected number of minutes. The Snooze
can be adjusted between 5 and 20 minutes in 5 minute increments.
Default setting is 5 minutes. The display will show the Snooze symbol
Z
Z Z . This sequence can be repeated during the 60 minute beep alarm
period.
SNOOZE
TUNING
down
up
1
2. To cancel the Snooze function, press the Standby button.
To set the snooze time
1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on the clock radio.
SNOOZE
TUNING
down
2. To set the snooze time, press the Alarm button to enter the settings
menu. "SET ALM" will appear on the display.
2
3. Press the Tuning Up or Down button until "SNOOZE" appears on
the display. Press and release the Select button. "SNOOZE05" will
be displayed.
4. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to choose the desired snooze
setting from between 5, 10, 15 and 20 minutes.
5. Press the Select button to enter the desired snooze duration. The radio
will exit the menu options and return to the normal radio display.
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3,5
3,4
up
3,4
Sleep timer
Your clock radio can be set to turn off after a preset time has elapsed.
The sleep setting can be adjusted between 5 and 90 minutes in 5 minute
increments. Ensure your clock radio is switched On.
SNOOZE
1. To set the desired sleep time, press and release the Alarm button to
enter the settings menu. "SET ALM" will appear on the display.
TUNING
down
1
2,3
up
2,3
2. Press the Tuning Up or Down button until "SLEEP" appears on the
display. Press and release the Select button. "SLEEP 05" (or the
previous sleep timer setting) will be displayed.
3. Press the Tuning Up or Down button to select the desired sleep time.
The sleep setting will increase in 5 minute increments from 5 minutes
up to 90 minutes. A further press will cause the sleep timer to be set
to OFF which will cancel the sleep function.
2,4
4. Press the Select button. The display will show the sleep timer setting
then exit the sleep options. The snooze indicator will be activated to
show that the sleep timer is in use.
5. Your clock radio will switch off after the preset sleep time has
elapsed.
6. To cancel the sleep timer function before the preset time has elapsed,
press the Standby button.
6
To cancel the sleep timer without switching off your radio, use the
procedure above and select the "OFF" setting.
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Setting the clock manually
Normally your clock radio will set its clock automatically via the DAB signal.
If no DAB signal is available and you need to set the time manually, please
follow the procedure shown below.
Note: The DAB signal will always override any manual time setting.
SNOOZE
1
1. To set the clock time, press the On / Standby button to switch on the
clock radio. Press the Alarm button to enter the menu setup. "SET
ALM" will appear on the display.
2. Press the Tuning Up or Down button until "MANU CLK" appears on
the display. Press and release the Select button to enter the manual
setting procedure. The hour digits will then flash on the display.
3. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to select the desired hour.
4. Press the Select button the minute digits will flash on the display.
5. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to select the desired
minute.
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TUNING
down
2,4
2,3,5
up
2,3,5
6. Press the Select button to enter the minutes setting. The year will
then flash on the display.
7. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to change the year as
needed.
SNOOZE
TUNING
down
6,8
7,9,11
up
7,9,11
8. Press the Select button to enter the year setting. The month will then
flash on the display.
9. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to select the current month.
10. Press the Select button to enter the month setting. The day in the
month will then flash on the display.
10,12
11. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons to select the current day.
12. Press the Select button to confirm the time setting and return to
normal radio clock display.
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To return to auto clock set mode
1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on the clock radio. Press
the Alarm button to enter the settings menu. "SET ALM" will appear
on the display.
SNOOZE
1
2. Press the Tuning Up or Down button until "AUTO CLK" appears on
the display. Press and release the Select button.
Note: If you select "AUTO CLK" the current time received will be displayed.
If no DAB signal is found, "NO DABCK" will be displayed. You should then
either position the radio or its aerial so that a signal can be received, or
revert to manual clock mode (see page 23).
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TUNING
down
2
2
up
7,9,11
2
Auxiliary input socket
1. A 3.5mm stereo Auxiliary Input socket is provided on the right hand
side of your clock radio to permit an audio signal to be fed into the
unit from an external audio device such as iPod, MP3 or CD player.
Connecting to this socket will override the radio functions
Line Out
2. Adjust the volume control on your iPod, MP3 or CD player to a
reasonably high level, and then adjust the Volume control on your
clock radio for comfortable listening.
Aux In
VOLUME
1
IMPORTANT: The radio alarm will not be audible while you have
any connection to the Aux in socket. The buzzer alarm may still be
used.
Note: When you connect the audio source your clock radio will be muted.
To be able to listen to DAB or FM radio, you must disconnect your player
from the Aux In socket.
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Headphone socket
A 3.5mm Headphone Socket located on the right hand side of your clock
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.
Line Out
Aux In
Line Out
Aux In
VOLUME
Line out socket
A 3.5mm Line out socket located on the right hand side of your clock
radio is provided for connecting the audio signal to an external amplifier.
Inserting a plug into the line output socket will not mute the internal
loudspeaker.
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VOLUME
Software version
SNOOZE
The software display cannot be altered and is just for your reference.
Ensure your clock radio is switched to the On position.
1. Press and hold the Info button the display will show "MANUAL".
TUNING
down
1
2
up
2
2. Press the Tuning Up or Down buttons until the display shows your
clock radios software information.
3. After a few seconds your clock radio will return to normal radio
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.
SNOOZE
3
2
1. Switch on your radio.
2. Press and hold in the Info button until "MANUAL" appears on the
display.
3. Press the Tuning Up or Down button until "FACTORY" appears on
the display, press the Select button the display shows "RESET" and
then press the Select button again.
5. A full reset will be performed, the station list and presets will be erased.
The display will show "ROBERTS" and after a few seconds a station
scan search will be performed automatically. The display will show
progress of the station search e.g. ">>>> 18. The number on the right
of the display is the number of stations that have been found.
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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TUNING
down
3
up
3
Cautions
Do not allow this clock radio to be exposed to water, steam or sand. Do
not leave your clock 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.
•
The name plate is located on the underside of the unit.
•
Your clock radio should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and
that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on
the clock 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.
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Specifications
Circuit Features
Power Requirements
Mains
AC 100
Loudspeaker
1 x 75mm
Output Power
0.6 Watt
Headphone socket
3.5mm dia
240V 50/60 Hz (switching adaptor)
Frequency Coverage
FM
87.5-108MHz
Auxiliary Input socket
3.5mm dia
DAB
174.928 - 239.200MHz
Line out socket
3.5mm dia
Aerial System
FM
Wire aerial
DAB
Wire aerial
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.
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.
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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)
Website: http://www.robertsradio.co.uk
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© 2008 Roberts Radio Limited
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