Sangean | ProTravel PT-80 | Technical data | Sangean ProTravel PT-80 Technical data

Sangean ProTravel PT-80 Technical data
PT-80
GB
Version 1
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
ENGLISH
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 21
SAFETY, INFORMATION _____________________
Safety
To ensure that this device provides you with long-term satisfaction and
enjoyment, please observe the following instructions.
This device is designed for the playback of audio signals.
Any other use is expressly prohibited.
!
VICE
! SER
TUNE / SSB
MODE
ON/OFF
SW PAGE
DISPLAY
SLEEP
CLOCK 1/2
MEMO
AM/PM
SW SELECT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C
0
M. DEL
M. SCAN
ALARM
BAND
LOCK
9
FREQ. / CLOCK
TUNING
FINE
When deciding where to place the device, please note that furniture surfaces
are covered by various types of varnish and plastic, most of which contain
chemical additives. These additives can corrode the device supports,
leaving residues on the furniture surfaces which can be difficult or impossible
to remove.
Do not use any cleaning agent, as this may damage the casing. Clean the
device with a clean, moist leather cloth.
Never open the device casing. Warranty claims are excluded for damage
resulting from improper handling.
The type plate is located on the bottom of the device.
Attention
Continuous use of earphones at high volume can damage the user’s hearing.
Environmental note
As little material as possible was used in the packaging of your device.
It consists of two separate materials: cardboard (box) and polyethylene
(bag). Please observe the local regulations for disposing of the packing
material.
Scope of delivery
1
ProTravel 80
2
Earphones
3
External SW antenna
4
Leather bag
5
Operating manual
Note:
If the radio is fastened to the leather bag, you can use the bag to stand
it. Undo the bag at the front and fold it back. Then stand the radio at an
angle.
ENGLISH
1
• TUNING L
OC
K
LIGHT
Protect the device from moisture (water drops or splashes). Do not place any
vessels such as vases on the device. These may be knocked over and spill
fluid on the electrical components, thus presenting a safety risk. Do not
place any objects such as burning candles on the device.
1
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
OVERVIEW
Seite 22
___________________________________________
Controls
LIGHT
LIGHT
TUNE / SSB
MODE
ON/OFF
SW PAGE
DISPLAY
TUNE / SSB
MODE
SLEEP
ON/OFF
SLEEP
SW PAGE
DISPLAY
CLOCK 1/2
MEMO
CLOCK 1/2
MEMO
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C
0
M. DEL
M. SCAN
FREQ. / CLOCK
AM/PM
SW SELECT
ALARM
ALARM
BAND
LOCK
• TUNING L
OC
K
1
TUNING
FINE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C
0
M. DEL
M. SCAN
FREQ. / CLOCK
BAND
LOCK
• TUNING L
OC
K
AM/PM
SW SELECT
TUNING
FINE
Front
ON/OFF
SLEEP
Switches the device on and off.
For setting the sleep timer.
DISPLAY
Switches the display between the frequency and time while
the radio is on.
ALARM
Selects the signal tone alarm.
ALARM
Selects the radio alarm.
LOCK
Disables and enables the buttons.
TUNING
FINE
Control dial for fine tuning to radio stations.
TUNING
LOCK
Disables and enables the »TUNING FINE« dial.
ľı
2
For setting the time.
Press briefly to change the frequency in steps.
Hold down to change the frequency quickly up or down.
MODE
For setting various function modes, such as 12 or 24 hour
clock format.
SW PAGE
CLOCK 1/2
Switches between the first and second memory levels in
short wave. Switches the clock between local time 1 and
local time 2, for example summer and winter time.
MEMO
AM/PM
Activates the memory function and stores settings.
Switches between AM and PM in 12-hour clock format.
SW SELECT
Selects short wave frequency bands.
BAND
Switches between the FM (VHF), SW (short wave),
MW (medium wave) and LW (long wave) frequency
bands.
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 23
OVERVIEW ____________________________________
TUNE / SSB
MODE
ON/OFF
SW PAGE
DISPLAY
9
0
M. SCAN
FREQ. / CLOCK
TUNING
FINE
DC 6V
C
M. DEL
LOCK
1 ... 9
Numerical buttons for various entries.
Select stored radio stations.
C M. DEL
Deletes incorrect entries and preset stations. Switches off
the alarm.
0 M. SCAN
Numerical button for various entries. Selects stored radio
stations in sequence (memory scan).
Activates frequency and time settings.
FREQ./CLOCK
LIGHT
Switches on the back light of the display.
TUNE/SSB
LED lights up green when tuning to radio stations. Lights
up red when searching for an SSB (Single Side Band) station
on short wave. Lights up orange when receiving an SSB
station.
•
Right side of device
For fine-tuning SSB stations on short wave.
SSB FINE
TUNING
SSB ON/OFF Switches the SSB function on and off.
TONE
LOW HIGH
VOLUME
|
For setting the tone.
Adjusts the volume.
Left side of device
SW EXT.
ANT.
Connection socket for an external SW antenna.
DX./LO.
Switches between short-range and long-range reception.
STEREO/
MONO
Switches between stereo and mono reception.
ENGLISH
6
8
SSB
OFF ON
5
7
TONE
LOW HIGH
4
ALARM
BAND
VOLUME
3
STEREO/MONO
2
DX. / LQ.
AM/PM
SW SELECT
1
SW EXT. ANT.
SSB
FINE TUNING
SLEEP
CLOCK 1/2
MEMO
• TUNING L
OC
K
LIGHT
3
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 24
OVERVIEW ____________________________________
CLOCK 1/2
MEMO
ANTENNA
LIGHT
AM/PM
SW SELECT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C
0
M. DEL
M. SCAN
FREQ. / CLOCK
ALARM
BAND
LOCK
• TUNING L
OC
K
1
TUNING
FINE
TUNE / SSB
MODE
ON/OFF
SW PAGE
DISPLAY
SLEEP
CLOCK 1/2
MEMO
AM/PM
SW SELECT
1
2
3
4
5
6
ALARM
RESET
BAND
LOCK
0
Earphone socket (3.5 mm stereo socket).
Automatically switches off the loudspeaker.
DC 6 V
Connection socket for mains adapter (not supplied), input
voltage 6 V (200 mA).
Ó
Top of device
ANTENNA
Telescopic antenna for FM and SW reception.
Bottom of device
RESET
Returns the device to its original setting.
Back of device
Battery compartment
Map of world time zones
Frequency scale
4
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 25
OVERVIEW ____________________________________
The display
00:0.0
BROADCAST BAND
M 1 M 2
00:,0.00
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
The radio alarm function is activated
STEP
m
MHz
kHz
9
The signal alarm function is activated
The key lock is activated
The sleep timer is activated
A stereo FM station is being received
BROADCAST
BAND
A regular SW (short wave) band is set
Local time 1 is displayed
Local time 2 is displayed
SW
Displays the SW (short wave) waveband
FM
Displays the FM (VHF) waveband
MW
Displays the MW (medium wave) waveband
LW
Displays the LW (long wave) waveband
AM
Displays the first half of the day in 12-hour format
PM
Displays the second half of the day in 12-hour format
M 1
M 2
Display memory levels 1 and 2
Preset position displays
Flashes when the batteries are low
kHz
Frequency display for MW, LW and SW
MHz
Frequency display for FM
m
SW frequency band display
STEP
Displays the increments in which the frequency is changed
ENGLISH
SW FM
MW AM
LW PM
Frequency, time, alarm time or sleep timer
display
5
19.08.2003
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
14:52 Uhr
Seite 26
POWER SUPPLY ___________________________________
Battery operation
1
Open the battery compartment on the back of the device by pressing
the marking and opening the lid.
2
Insert the batteries (4 x 1.5 V, Mignon type LR6/AM3/AA).
Notes:
When the batteries are low, »
« flashes in the display. Each time
you switch off the radio, the battery charge indicator, for example »3«,
appears for seven seconds. If the charge level falls below »2«, you must
change the batteries. Put in the new batteries within 3 minutes, otherwise
all stored settings will be lost.
Take out the batteries when you know that the device will not be used
for a long period of time. The manufacturer accepts no liability for
damage resulting from used batteries.
Environmental note:
Batteries, including those which contain no heavy metal, may not be
disposed of with household waste. Please dispose of used batteries in
an environmentally sound manner. Find out about the legal regulations
which apply in your area.
Mains operation (with standard 6 V/200 mA
mains adapter)
Check if the mains voltage on the mains adapter type plate corresponds to
your local mains supply. The only way to disconnect the device from the
mains supply is to unplug the adapter.
SW EXT. ANT.
STEREO/MONO
DC 6V
6
1
Plug the mains adapter cable into the »DC 6 V
left of the device.
2
Insert the mains adapter plug in the socket.
– The batteries in the compartment are switched off.
DX. / LQ.
DC IN 6V
« socket on the
Ó
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 27
SETTINGS __________________________
Setting the clock
Due to the earth’s rotation, places to the west of you are behind you in time,
and places to the east are ahead of you. Therefore, the earth is divided into
24 hourly time zones. This system is based on a standard time zone called
UTC (Universal Time Coordinated), previously known as GMT (Greenwich
Mean Time). Short wave stations always give the time according to UTC.
Before you set the clock, find out your local time zone.
You can set two different local times. Local time 1 is the time where you live.
If, for example, you travel to Hong Kong, you can set the time there as local
time 2. The setting for local time 1 is retained.
Setting local time 1
When you first switch on the device, or if it has been without a power supply for a lengthy period, »0: 00« and »
« for local time 1 appear in the
display to indicate that the clock has to be set.
1
With the device switched off, keep pressing »
FREQ./CLOCK«
until »–: ––« appears in the display and » « flashes.
Note:
If the radio is switched off, press »DISPLAY« to switch the display to
the clock, and start at step 1.
2
Enter the time using the numerical buttons »1 … 0« in the correct
sequence, for example »12: 30«.
Note:
if you enter the digits incorrectly, a signal sounds and »Err« flashes
briefly in the display. You then have to start again.
3
Press »
FREQ./CLOCK« to confirm the entry.
Setting local time 2
1
With the device switched off, press »SW PAGE CLOCK 1/2«.
– Display: »
« flashes for local time 2.
2
Press »
FREQ./CLOCK«.
– Display: »
« stays lit for local time 2.
– The display is now set to local time 2.
3
To set local time 2, do the same as for local time 1 (steps 1 to 3).
Note:
If you are operating the device in the 12-hour format, you can choose
between »MEMO AM/PM« AM and PM.
ENGLISH
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
7
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 28
SETTINGS ___________________________________________________
Setting and storing radio stations
There are various ways to set radio stations and store them at preset positions.
1
Press »ON/OFF SLEEP« to switch on the device.
– You will hear the radio station last selected.
2
Press »BAND« to select the frequency band.
Tuning radio stations directly
1
Press »
FREQ./CLOCK«.
– Display: »– –.– –«, e.g. » FM « and »MHz« flash.
2
Enter the frequency using the numerical buttons »1 … 0« in four digits,
for example 1, 0, 0, 6 for »100.60«.
3
Press »
FREQ./CLOCK« to confirm the entry.
– Display: the frequency you entered, for example »100.60«.
– You will hear the selected radio station.
Tuning radio stations manually (1)
1
Use the »TUNING FINE« dial to tune to the station you want.
– Display: the frequency in 100 or 200 kHz increments (FM), in 9 or
10 kHz increments (MW), in 3 kHz increments (LW) or in 5 kHz increments (SW).
2
If you want, you can fine tune to the station by briefly pushing in and
turning the »TUNING FINE« dial.
– Display: The frequency changes in 50 kHz increments (FM) or 1 kHz
increments (MW, LW and SW).
3
To return to the original mode (for example 100 kHz increments in the
FM band) push in the »TUNING FINE« dial again.
Tuning radio stations manually (2)
1
Keep pressing »ľ« or »ı« until you reach the frequency you want.
– Display: the frequency changes in increments
or
Hold down »ľ« or »ı« until the frequency changes to a rapid runthrough.
– Display: the automatic search stops at the next station with a strong
signal.
Saving radio stations on preset positions
You can store up to 45 radio stations, including 18 on two memory levels
on short wave, and nine each on FM, MW and LW.
1
8
Select the frequency band and the radio station.
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 29
SETTINGS ___________________________________________________
2
3
Press »MEMO AM/PM«.
– Display: » M 1 « and the preset number, for example »
« flash.
Press »
FREQ./CLOCK« to store the radio station.
– Display: the frequency and »
«.
– The current radio station is stored on preset position 1.
Storing short wave (SW) stations
The short wave band is divided into frequency bands of different lengths.
This means that very many stations and institutions use this wave band for
international communication. Therefore, you can store up to 18 SW stations
on two memory levels.
1
Save short wave stations in the same way as described in the previous
section.
2
Once you have stored nine stations on one memory level » M 1 «, press
»SW PAGE CLOCK 1/2« to switch to the second memory level.
– Display: » M 2 «.
3
Store the remaining nine stations as described above.
Note:
If you try to store more than 18 stations and press »MEMO AM/PM«,
»FULL« appears in the display.
Automatic station search
This function allows you to automatically search for and store nine stations
in each of the FM, MW and LW bands (not SW).
1
To start the search, press »ľ« and »ı« at the same time and hold them
down until you hear a signal.
– The search starts at the lowest frequency in the selected wave band,
and stores the nine stations with the strongest signals. After the search
has finished, a signal sounds and the last station stored can be heard.
– Display: » M 1 « and the preset number, for example »
«.
Notes:
When you start the search, all the previously stored stations are deleted.
During the search, the status line »
...
...
...« shows the progress, but not the stations found.
You can stop the search by pressing »ON/OFF«.
You can reorganise the preset stations using MODE 50 or 51 (see
page 16).
ENGLISH
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
9
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 30
SETTINGS ___________________________________________________
Deleting preset stations
1
Enter the preset station using the numerical buttons » 1 … 9«.
– Display: the frequency and the preset number, for example »
2
Press »MEMO AM/PM«.
– Display: The selected preset station flashes.
3
Press »C M. DEL«.
– The selected preset station is deleted.
«.
Setting the alarm time
The alarm time is always set in the time shown on the display.
You can set the alarm as a signal tone, a radio station, or both.
1
Press »ALARM
« (signal tone) or »ALARM
« (radio station)
with the device switched off.
– Display: the alarm time most recently set, » « or »
« flash.
Note:
If the radio is switched off, press »DISPLAY« to switch the display to
the clock, and start at step 1.
10
2
Enter the alarm time using the numerical buttons » 1 … 0«.
3
Press »
FREQ./CLOCK« to confirm the entry.
– Display: the alarm time you entered, » « or »
« stay lit.
– The device switches on at the set time with the signal tone or the radio
station most recently selected.
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 31
OPERATION __________________________________________
Switching on and off
1
Press »ON/OFF SLEEP« to switch on the device.
– You will hear the radio station last selected.
2
Press »ON/OFF SLEEP« to switch off the device.
– Display: Local time 1 or 2.
Radio operation
Selecting the frequency band
1
Select the desired waveband (FM, SW, MW or LW) by pressing
»BAND«.
2
If you select short wave, you can select the frequency band by pressing
»SW SELECT«.
– Display: the SW frequency bands from »120 m« to »11 m«.
Calling up stored radio stations
1
Select the station using the numerical buttons » 1 … 9« for the preset
number.
– Display: the frequency and the preset number, for example »
«.
2
To call up preset numbers 10 to 18 in the SW band, press »SW PAGE
CLOCK 1/2« to switch to the second memory level.
– Display: » M 2 «.
Notes:
For FM reception pull out the telescopic antenna and tilt it until you
receive the best signal. For short wave reception (SW) the antenna
should be upright. For medium wave and long wave reception, align
the antenna by turning the device.
Checking stored radio stations
You can call up all the stored radio stations in a wave band automatically
for seven seconds (memory scan).
1
With the radio playing, press »0 M. SCAN«.
– The device starts with the current preset station and soon changes to
the next one.
– When you reach the station you want, press »0 M. SCAN« to stop
the function.
Swapping preset positions
1
Enter the preset station to swap using the numerical buttons »1 … 9«.
2
Press »MEMO AM/PM«.
– Display: the selected preset position flashes.
3
Enter the new preset position using the numerical buttons » 1 … 9«.
– A signal sounds and the preset positions are exchanged.
ENGLISH
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
11
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
OPERATION
Seite 32
_______________________________________________
Adjusting the volume
1
Adjust the volume using »VOLUME
device).
|«
(on the right side of the
Adjusting the tone
1
Adjust the tone using »TONE LOW HIGH« (on the right side of the
device).
Listening with earphones
1
Insert the earphone plug (ø 3.5 mm, stereo) into the »0« jack on the
left of the device.
– This automatically switches off the loudspeakers.
Switching between stereo and mono reception
FM stereo reception is only available with earphones.
1
Connect the earphones and select an FM station.
2
Set the »MONO/STEREO« switch (on the left of the device) to stereo.
– Display: »
«.
3
If the reception of the station is weak in FM stereo, move the
»MONO/STEREO« switch (on the left of the device) to mono.
– Display: »
« disappears from the display.
Setting the reception sensitivity
1
Set the »DX./LO.« switch (on the left of the device) to »DX.«.
– The sensitivity is set to high, in other words, long-range reception.
2
If the signal is too strong, and is causing distortion, move the »DX./
LO.« switch to »LO.« (low sensitivity).
Special features of SW reception
Short wave reception
Your radio can receive signals in a number of frequency bands. It is easy to
get used to tuning to stations in the FM, MW and LW bands, since they are
always on the same frequencies.
Unfortunately, this is not always the case with short wave stations. Due to
atmospheric conditions, short wave stations must frequently broadcast on
different wavelengths. Most short wave bands are available all over the
world and can be used by international broadcasters. At present these are
the only wavelengths which provide listeners with direct reception over long
distances. For this reason, short wave frequencies are not only used by
radio stations, but also by other users such as amateur radio enthusiasts,
shipping, aircraft and radio navigation systems.
12
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
OPERATION
Seite 33
_______________________________________________
If you want to listen to a particular SW station, you need to know the precise
frequency and wavelength. Many short wave stations will send you broadcasting schedules which give you the information you need. You can also
download the information from the Internet.
Connecting the external SW antenna
To improve short wave reception, you can connect the external SW antenna
supplied.
1
Insert the plug of the antenna cable into the »SW EXT. ANT.« socket
on the left of the device.
Note:
Unroll and align the antenna to achieve the best reception. If there is
interference, you can move the »DX./LO.« switch to »LO.«.
SSB reception (for example for radio hams and
shipping)
Some short wave stations broadcast Morse code for shipping using continuous waves (CW). Voice signals, for example amateur radio, is normally
broadcast on the single side band (SSB).
1
Select the SW waveband using »BAND«.
2
Select the frequency band, for example »75 m«, using »SW SELECT«.
3
Set the »SSB ON OFF« switch (on the right of the device) to »ON«.
« LED lights up red and then goes out.
– The »TUNE/SSB
4
Slowly turn the »SSB FINE TUNING« dial on the right of the device
until you achieve a clear reception.
« LED lights up
– If an SSB station is received, the »TUNE/SSB
orange.
•
•
Notes:
For fine tuning, you can also press in the »TUNING FINE« dial.
The range for SSB fine tuning is around ± 1.5 kHz.
ENGLISH
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
13
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
OPERATION
Seite 34
_______________________________________________
Alarm mode
Displaying the alarm time
1
Press »ALARM
« or »ALARM
«.
– Display: briefly, the alarm time most recently set, »
flash.
« or »
«
Alarm with signal tone
1
With the device switched off, press »ALARM
« (signal tone).
– Display: the last alarm time set, » « flashes.
2
Enter the alarm time using the numerical buttons »1 … 0«.
3
Press »
FREQ./CLOCK« to confirm the entry.
– Display: the alarm time you entered, » « stays lit.
– The device switches on with the signal tone at the set time (alarm
duration 1 hour). The signal tone increases in volume for one minute,
stops for a minute and starts again.
Alarm with radio station
1
Press »ON/OFF SLEEP« to switch on the device.
2
Select the frequency band and the radio station.
3
Adjust the alarm volume using »VOLUME
device).
4
Press »DISPLAY« to switch the display to the clock.
5
Press »ALARM
« (radio station).
– Display: the last alarm time set, »
« flashes.
6
Enter the alarm time using the numerical buttons »1 … 0«.
7
Press »
FREQ./CLOCK« to confirm the entry.
– Display: the alarm time you entered, »
« stays lit.
8
Press »ON/OFF SLEEP« to switch off the device.
– The device switches the radio on at the set time (alarm duration
1 hour).
|«
(on the right of the
Cancelling the alarm for the day
1
Press »ON/OFF SLEEP« while the alarm is sounding.
– The alarm (signal tone or radio) stops, but the alarm function remains
activated for the next day at the set time.
Cancelling alarm stand-by
14
1
Press »ALARM « or »ALARM
«.
– Display: the set alarm time, » « or »
2
To deactivate the alarm, press »C M. DEL«.
– Display: the alarm time and » « or »
« go out, and you can see
the current time.
« flash.
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
OPERATION
Seite 35
_______________________________________________
Sleep timer mode
The device has a sleep-timer, which switches it off at a time you set.
Setting the sleep timer
1
With the radio playing, press and hold down »ON/OFF SLEEP«.
– Display: the sleep times »60«, »30«, »15«, »120«, »90« and again
»60«, »
« flashes.
2
To set the desired switch-off time, release »ON/OFF SLEEP«.
– Display: after a pause, the frequency, »
« stays lit.
Deactivating the sleep timer
1
To deactivate the sleep timer, press »ON/OFF SLEEP« to switch off the
device.
– Display: the time, »
« goes out.
Additional functions
Displaying local time 1 or 2
If you have set two local times, local time 1 (»
«) is normally displayed.
1
To temporarily change from local time 1 to local time 2, press
»SW PAGE CLOCK 1/2«.
– Display: Local time 2 and »
«.
– After seven seconds the display returns to local time 1.
2
To permanently change from local time 1 to local time 2, press
»SW PAGE CLOCK 1/2« and then »
FREQ./CLOCK«.
– Display: Local time 2 and »
«.
3
To permanently change from local time 2 to local time 1, press
»SW PAGE CLOCK 1/2« and then »
FREQ./CLOCK«.
– Display: Local time 1 and »
«.
ENGLISH
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
15
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
OPERATION
Seite 36
_______________________________________________
Setting various function modes
Using the »MODE« button and a two-digit code, which you enter using the
numerical keys »0 ... 9«, you can change various functions:
Code Function
Code Function
MODE ˯ 10
FM frequency change 11
in 100 kHz steps
FM frequency change
in 200 kHz steps
MODE ˯ 20
MW frequency change 21
in 9 kHz steps
MW frequency change in 10 kHz steps
MODE ˯ 30
Time display in 12
hour format
31
Time display in 24
hour format
MODE ˯ 40
Signal tone off
41
Signal tone on
MODE ˯ 50
Arrange stations in
sequence from low to
high frequency range
51
Arrange stations in
sequence from low to
high frequency range
This is how to change the various function modes:
1
Press »MODE«.
– Display: »( )« flashes.
2
Enter the code, for example »40«, using »0 ... 9«.
– Display: »( 40 )« flashes.
3
Press »
FREQ./CLOCK« to confirm.
– Display: briefly »OFF«, then the time or frequency.
– The signal tone is deactivated.
Switching on the back lighting for the display
1
Press »LIGHT« to switch on the display lighting for 7 seconds.
2
Press »LIGHT« to switch off the display lighting.
Disabling and enabling the buttons
16
1
To disable the buttons, move »LOCK« to the »•« position.
– Display: »
«.
2
To enable the buttons, move »LOCK« to the opposite position.
– Display: »
« disappears from the display.
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
OPERATION
Seite 37
_______________________________________________
Disabling and enabling the fine tuning dial
In order to prevent the frequency being changed accidentally, you can disable the »TUNING FINE« dial.
1
To disable the dial, move »TUNING LOCK« to the »•« position.
2
To enable the dial, move »TUNING LOCK« to the opposite position.
Deleting all settings
You can reset the device to its original state. All settings are lost when you
do this.
1
Press »RESET« on the bottom of the device using a suitable implement
such as a paper clip.
– The times, alarm time and radio settings are deleted.
ENGLISH
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
17
02 Yacht Boy 80, GB
19.08.2003
14:52 Uhr
Seite 38
INFORMATION_____________________________________
This device is noise-suppressed according to the applicable EU directives.
This product fulfils the European directives 89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC and
93/68/EEC.
This device conforms to the safety regulation DIN EN 60065 (VDE 0860)
and therefore the international safety regulation IEC 60065.
Technical data
Power supply
Battery operation
Mains operation
4 x 1.5 V (type Mignon LR 6/AM 3/AA)
6 V (200 mA) mains adapter, DC
Output
300 mW 10% THD
Antennas
Telescopic antenna
Ferrite rod antenna
FM (VHF) and SW (short wave)
MW (long wave) and LW (medium wave)
Frequency bands
FM (VHF)
87.5 ... 108 MHz
MW (medium wave)
520 ... 1710 kHz or 522 ... 1710 kHz
LW (long wave)
153 ... 283 kHz
SW 1 ... 14 (short wave)
120
90
75
60
49
41
31
25
21
19
16
15
13
11
Sockets
DC socket
Earphone jack
SW antenna socket
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
2.3 ... 2.495 MHz
3.2 ... 3.4 MHz
3.85 ... 4.0 MHz
4.75 ...5.06 MHz
5.9 ... 6.2 MHz
7.1 ... 7.35 MHz
9.4 ... 9.99 MHz
11.6 ... 12.1 MHz
13.5 ... 13.87 MHz
15.1 ... 15.8 MHz
17.48 ... 17.9 MHz
18.9 ... 19.02 MHz
21.45 ... 21.75 MHz
25.6 ... 26.1 MHz
Ø 4.0 mm, 6 V (200 mA)
Ø 3.5 mm stereo, 2 x 32 Ω impedance
Ø 3.5 mm Mono
Dimensions and weight
WxHxD
Weight
184 mm x 120 mm x 40 mm
510 g
Technical and design modifications reserved.
18
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising