FM
MW
Sw1
Sw2
17
2
10 3 19 9
1
TUNING
POWER
STAND BY
DISPLAY
TIME SET
4
5
STEREO
MONO
6
TUNING
MEMO
8
PRESET TUNING
7
ATS-303
20
WTAND BY
16 21
MAX
18
MIN
15
12
13
6V DC
VOLUME
14
12
Elements of operation
LCD DISPLAY
MEMO1-5
STAND BY
DISPLAY
TIME SET
STEREO/MONO
10-90
PRESET TUNING 1-5
TUNING< >
POWER
FM/MW/SW1/SW2
VOLUME
MIN
MAX
STAND BY
6V DC
TUNING
Frequency, time and function displays
Entering commands
Alarm standby
Time display and time input
Switching from Stereo/Mono
Sleep
Station keys
Setting stations manually
Automatic station search
Entering clock time and alarm time
On/off key,Switching off the alarm and the
sleep function
Frequency range key
Volume
Radio alarm or beeper alarm
Locking key for locking the operation setting
Socket for an external mains-supply-unit
Stereo headphone socket
Battery compartment
Telescopic antenna
Stand
Tuning display
22
20 SW FREQ
Switching over the automatic tuner
METER
Searching through the SW metric channels
FULL
Searching through all frequencies
9K/10K
Tuning steps 9kHz/10kHz
Displays
A
Selecting a frequency range
B
Frequency and time displays
C
kHz for MW/MHz for FM and SW
D
Radio alarm
E
HWS beeper alarm
F
Sleep
G
Mode of operation locked
H
FM stereo (only with headphones)
J
Memory slots 1-5
K
Battery condition
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Power supply
This appliance can be operated with:
4 Mignon batteries 1.5 Volt,Type IEC R6/UM3/AA or
Changing the batteries
Open the battery compartment by pressing on the finger groove on
the lid of the battery compartmint
and pulling it down.lnsert4,
1.5 Volt Mignon-batteries taking care that the polarity of the batteries
corresponds with that shown next to the battery compartment.
Slide the lid of the battery compratment back until it clicks into place.
The battery symbol K blinks when the batteries are empty.The changing of the batteries must not take more than three minutes so that
the stored values(time/alarm time/station keys)are not lost.
Remove exhausted batteries
from the appliance immediately
to avoid their leaking into the
appliance.
Batteries are also to be removed
when not using the appliance for
longer periods of time.
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Setting the clock
In accordance with the world standard,the time is displayed on a 24
hour basis(Greenwich mean time).
The clock is ready for operation after four 1.5 volt Mignon batteries
have been inserted into the battery compartment.
Press the DISPLAY/TIME SET key
cond.0:00 blinks in the display.
a little longer than half a se-
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Enter the time using the TUNING
keys
while the display is binking.
The < key adjusts the hours and
the > key adjusts the minutes.
To start the time display press
DISPLAY/TIME SET
once
again.
If DISPLAY/TIME SET
is not pressed after entering the time,the
time you have set becomes valid automatically after approx.5 seconds.
By opening the stand
the appliance can be operated on a slant.
Selecting a frequency range
FM
MW
Sw1
Sw2
The selection of a frequency range is made using the frequency
range switch 10
FM/MW/SW1/SW2 while this is
shown in the display.
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Channel Frequency range Wavelength
FM
MW
MW
SW1
Sw2
87.5-108MHz
522-1620kHz
520-1710kHz
2.3-7.3MHz
9.5-26.1MHz
FM
Medium wave with 9 kHz tuning steps
Medium wave with 10 kHz tuning steps
Short wave 120-41m
Short wave 31-11m
After switching on the appliance using the POWER key
,the frequency range and frequency which were last used are shown in the
display.After switching the wave range switch,the channel and frequency selected appear in the display.
SW frequency
(switching over the automatic tuner)
The station search in the SW range can be altered as a basic setting
using the SW FREQ:METER/FULL switch 20.
You can choose between:
METER = search the SW metric channels.
FULL
= search all frequencies,including those outside the
SW metric channels.
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To make this choice,the SW FREQ:METER/FULL switch 20 has to be
moved using a small screwdriver or similar instrument.
Important note:
The SW FREO: METER/FULL switch 20 also has a RESET function.
After switching over switch 20 and then switching the appliance
off and on, all of the stored values are erased.
Therefore, switch 20 should be set before setting the time and the
alarm or programming the station keys.
In-built antennae
The in-built ferrite antenna ensures high quality reception in the MW
range.By adjusting the position of the appliance the best reception
quality can be found.
The telescopic antenna 17 is for FM and SW reception.Extend it and
adjust its alignment to find the best reception.
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RADIO
Manual tuning
Switch the appliance on,select a wave range and find your desired
station by pressing the TUNING
keys repeatedly.The perfect setting and the strength of the reception of the station is shown by the
signal lamp 19 TUNING.
By pressing and holding one of
the keys
,you can manually
tune up to a desired frequency
display.
The tuning process takes place as follows:
FM
100 kHz
MW
9 kHz or 10 kHz*
SW1/SW2 5 kHz
* Europe 9 kHz /USA and Canada 10 kHz
MW tuning grid
The tuning grid for the medium wave can be adjusted to 9 kHz or
10 kHz using the 9K/10K Switch 21 inside the battery compartment.
This switch can be found inside the battery compartment and must
be moved using a small screwdriver or similar instrument.
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Automatic station search
If one of the TUNING keys
is pressed for longer than half a second,the station search is triggered.The key pressed is to be released after the station search has begun. As soon as a station is found
which good quality reception the station search stops antomatically.
The search can be stopped by once again briefly pressing the key
which started the station search or with the key for the opposite direction.
Station memory FM/MW/SW1/SW2
(PRESET TUNING)
20 different stations can be stored in total. 5 short wave stations from
SW1 and SW2 and 5 from the MW and from FM ranges respectively.
The station you wish to store can be set according to any of the tuning methods described.
Storing stations
Switch the appliance on,select a
wave range from which a station
is to be stored at one of the station keys 7 PRESET TUNING 1-5.
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RADIO
As soon as the station has been
selected, press the MEMO key
1-5.M blinks for approx.3 seconds in the display
.
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During this time,press the station
key 7 PRESET TUNING 1-5 at
which you wish to store the station.
Then press the MEMO key
once again.
1-5
The selected station is now stored at the desired station key.
To call up a desired station, all you have to do is select the wave range and press the appropriate station key.
Another station can be stored at a station key which has already
been programmed by using the above method.
Stereo reception with headphone
This appliance is suitable for the reception of FM stereo stations
which can be heard with a very high sound quality using earphones
or headphones.
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The socket for the headphones
15 , which is suitable for a cinch
plug of 3.5mm diameter, is marked with the headphone symbol.
The in-built loudspeaker switches
off automatically and the appliance is now ready to receive stereo
stations.
Slide the STEREO/MONO switch
to STEREO.
The symbol
/ H appears in the display.
This reception option is only available with ear or headphones.
Volume
The volume can be controlled with the volume dial(VOLUME) 11 .
Take care that the volume is kept low when using earphones and
that is has the desired level when you wish to be woken with the radio alarm.
Using the operational lock
With switch 13 with the key symbol,the operating setting of the appliance can be locked .The appliance is thus protected against unintentional operating functions, accidental readjustment of station
settings or undesired ON/OFF functions.
When the lock in operation, a key appears in the display.
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RADIO
The operational lock is on when
switch is under the key symbol.
The On/OFF switch and all tuning options are not functional. lt is not
possible to switch the appliance on until the operational lock has
been deactivated.When the machine is switched off, the operational
lock ensures that the machine is not turned on accidentally, for example when being transported in a suitcase or bag.
To release the lock, move the switch 13 down.
Setting the alarm function
The alarm time should be set when the radio is not on. The correct
alarm time is dependent on the correct setting of the clock (see section " Setting the clock" ).
Press key DISPLAY TIME SET
briefly and release it immediately.
STAND BY
10-90
DISPLAY
TIME SET
STEREO
MONO
Either / D STANDBY or / E STANDBY appears for approx.5 seconds in the display depending on the position of switch
12 STAND BY.
While the STANDBY display is
blinking, press key DISPLAY
TIME SET once again and hold it
until the digits in the time display
also blink.
STAND BY
10-90
DISPLAY
TIME SET
STEREO
MONO
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Now you can set the desired
alarm time with the TUNING keys
,with the same procedure as
when setting the time.
The < key sets the hours and the
> key sets the minutes.
After entering the alarm time, the normal time display returns afte
approx. 5 seconds and the alarm time entered is valid.
Radio alarm
To be woken by the radio, slide
The STAND BY switch 12 to the
loudspeaker symbol which then
also appears in the display.
Take care that the volume of the radio station is loud enough to wake
you up.
During the alarm process the symbol
/ F blinks in the display.
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RADIO
HWS beeper alarm
To be woken by the HWS beeper.
slide the STAND BY switch12 to
the alarm symbol which then
also appears in the display.
The HWS beeper begins quietly and becomes progressively louder
to wake you up. During the alarm process the symbol
/ F blinks
in the display.
Checking the alarm time
To check the alarm time, press DISPLAY TIME SET
normal time display reappears in the display.
briefly.The
Switching off the alarm
The alarm radio or HWS beeper is switched off with the STAND BY
key
or POWER 9 .
If the radio or HWS beeper is not switched off, the appliance remains
in operation for approx,1 hour before switching off automatically.
Switching off the alarm clock
If you wish to switch the alarm off entirely, press the STAND BY key
, The symbol
/ D or
/ E disappears from the display. The
alarm time entered remains in the memory.
If you wish to switch the alarm clock back on, simply press STAND
BY
once again.
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Sleep
When the key 10-90 is pressed, the appliance is switched on automatically and the playing time of 90 minutes is selected. So you can
fall asleep while listening to the radio, knowing it will switch itself off.
The appliance switches itself off after the selected time is over. The
duration of play can be selected in 10 minute steps between 10 and
90 minutes by holding key
10-90.The symbol
/ F appears in
the display.
Specifications
Wave ranges
FM
87.5-108MHz
MW 522-1620kHz
9kHz tuning steps
MW 520-1710kHz
10 kHz tuning steps
SW1 2.3-7.3MHz
SW2 9.5-26.1MHz
Batteries
4 x1.5Volt Mignon
Ext. power supply
Mains supply unit 6 Volt/Interior minus pole
Dimensions(WxHxD) 16.5 x 11.0 x 3.5cm
Weight in kg
0.430
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