PURE Evoke-1S Owner`s manual

Owner’s manual
Safety instructions
Keep the radio away from heat sources.
Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight.
Do not use the radio near water.
Avoid objects or liquids getting into the radio.
Do not remove screws from or open the radio
casing.
Care instructions
The EVOKE-1XT Prestige radio and XT-1 speaker cabinets have
a high lacquer veneer covering. As with other wood products care
must be taken when handling and cleaning to protect the wood.
Do not expose the cabinets to detergents, solvents or abrasive materials.
Do not expose the cabinets to sources of direct heat such as hot drinks.
Wipe over gently with a soft cloth to clean the cabinets.
Occasional use of light furniture polish (applied via a soft cloth) will help
protect the surface.
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Warranty information
Imagination Technologies Ltd. warrants to the end user that this product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship in the
course of normal use for a period of two years from the date of purchase. This guarantee covers breakdowns due to manufacturing or
design faults; it does not apply in cases such as accidental damage, however caused, wear and tear, negligence, adjustment, modification
or repair not authorised by us. Please register your product with us. Should you have a problem with your unit please contact your
supplier or contact PURE Support at the address shown on the rear of this manual.
Copyright
Copyright 2004 by Imagination Technologies Limited. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be copied or distributed,
transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any human or computer language, in any form or by any
means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, manual or otherwise, or disclosed to third parties without the express written permission of
Imagination Technologies Limited.
Disclaimer
Imagination Technologies Limited makes no representation or warranties with respect to the content of this document and specifically
disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Further, Imagination Technologies Limited
reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes in it from time to time without obligation of Imagination Technologies
Limited to notify any person or organization of such revisions or changes.
Trademarks
EVOKE-1XT Prestige, the EVOKE-1XT Prestige logo, XT-1, the XT-1 logo, PURE, the PURE logo, Imagination Technologies, and the
Imagination Technologies logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Imagination Technologies Limited. All other product names
are trademarks of their respective companies.
Version 1 September 2004
Introduction
Congratulations on choosing the EVOKE-1XT Prestige Edition.
The EVOKE-1XT Prestige Edition is DAB digital radio for the discerning radio listener who understands that a unique
technology requires a special radio. A real wood cabinet in high-lacquer walnut veneer provides the looks, hi-fi quality
amplifiers and speakers provide truly astounding audio quality and the acoustically-matched separate speaker gives true
stereo separation. Altogether an unparalleled listening experience.
This manual provides guidance on how to get the best from your radio and what to do if you encounter problems. The
quick start guide provides setup information and a summary of the main functions of the radio. Please read the safety and
care instructions on the previous page and to register your product either online or using the warranty card.
EVOKE-1XT Prestige - in a class of its own.
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Controls and Connectors
Front panel
Rear panel
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Autotune – press and release to scan UK only Band III.
Press and hold for around two seconds to scan the full
range of digital frequencies in Band III.
Standby - press to switch between standby and power on
Timer - press and use Tune to set a countdown timer
which will sound an alarm after the period you set (range
from 1 minute to 23 hours 59 minutes)
Info - press and repeat to change the text shown on the
bottom of the display e.g. scrolling text or time and date.
Menu - press to enter and exit setup menu, turn the Tune
knob to scroll through and push to select an option.
Presets (1-6) - press and hold for around two seconds to
store a station under that number. Press and release to
select and listen to a preset station.
Tune - turn to scroll through and press to select stations
and menu options.
USB - connect to a PC for software upgrades
Stereo Out - analogue output - connect to an external
amplifier or recorder
Headphone - connect to headphones (mutes speaker)
Aux Speaker - connect to the supplied XT-1 speaker
9V DC - connect to the supplied mains adapter
Aerial - F-type connector for the supplied telescopic or
other aerial
Using your EVOKE-1XT Prestige
Changing stations
Change stations using the Tune knob (or by selecting a numbered preset button).
1. Turn the Tune knob to find the station you want. The current station is shown at the top of the
screen.
2. Push and release the Tune knob to change the station.
A station with ‘?’ before its name is currently unavailable either because you have lost reception or the
station is not currently broadcasting. You can use the ‘Trim stn. list ’ option to remove them from the
station list, see page 6 for details.
Changing the information displayed
Press the Info button and repeat to change what you see on the bottom line of the screen.
Scrolling text
The default mode, broadcast by most stations.
Program Type
Type of content being broadcast.
Multiplex name Multiplex the current station belongs to. Multiplexes, also known as ensembles, are
groups of stations owned and broadcast by a single operator.
Time and date
Time and date updated regularly from the current multiplex. If your radio has been
unplugged from the mains there may be a slight delay before the time appears when
you switch it on.
Channel
DAB channel and frequency.
Mode
Stereo or mono indicator and data rate at which the signal is being transmitted. This
rate is set by the broadcaster to suit the type of material. Higher rates generally mean
higher quality.
Signal quality
Signal quality. As a guide, values from 85 to 100 indicate good reception, 70 to 84
borderline reception and 0 to 69 poor reception.
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Setting an alarm
EVOKE-1XT Prestige has a daily alarm which switches the radio on (if in standby mode) and tunes to
the station you have chosen or sounds a tone. To set or change an alarm:
1. Press the Menu button to see the current alarm settings.
2. Push the Tune knob if you want to change the alarm settings.
3. Turn the Tune knob to scroll through the following settings and push to change them. The current
setting is shown at the top of the screen.
Set alarm
Set the alarm on or off.
Set time
Turn the Tune knob to set hours, push the Tune knob, turn and push to set
minutes.
Set mode
Choose between a Radio (set to current station) or Tone alarm. If you set a radio
alarm the volume will be whatever the volume control is set at when the alarm goes
off.
When finished, press the menu button or wait to exit. If you switch your radio into standby you
will see a bell symbol on the screen next to the clock showing that an alarm is set.
Note If you set a radio alarm and the station is not available when it is due to go off, a tone alarm
will sound instead.
When the alarm goes off, EVOKE-1XT Prestige will beep (gradually increasing in volume to a set level)
or tune to the station you have chosen. You see the clock and flashing alarm icon on screen. You cancel
the alarm as follows:
Radio alarm Press any button to cancel the alarm and perform the button’s normal function.
Tone alarm Push the Tune knob or Standby to cancel the alarm.
All alarms will automatically stop after 60 minutes if not cancelled and your EVOKE-1XT Prestige will go
into standby.
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Setting a timer
You can set a timer which will sound an alarm after a period — ideal for use in the kitchen.
1. Press the Timer button.
2. Turn the Tune knob to change hours, push and turn to change minutes and push again to confirm.
The timer is now set and the alarm will sound after the period you have set. To view the time
remaining press the Timer button again. To cancel or reset the timer to zero before it goes off, press
and hold down the Timer button for three seconds. When the timer alarm goes off you can cancel the
alarm by pushing the Tune or Standby button.
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Setup options
Press the Menu button, turn the Tune knob and push to select alarm settings or one of the following
setup options.
Station order
Changes the order of stations on your station list. Turn the Tune knob to scroll through the following
options and push to select one:
Alphanumeric Displays all stations in alphanumeric order.
Fav station
Displays your six most listened to stations at the top of the station list and the rest
next to
below, in alphanumeric order. Your favourite stations are displayed with a
their names.
Active station Displays active stations at the top of the station list and inactive ones at the bottom
in alphanumeric order. Inactive stations are those on the station list but not currently
available, marked with a ’?’.
Multiplex
Lists stations in groups according to their multiplex. Multiplexes, also known as
ensembles are groups of stations owned and broadcast by a single operator.
Trim stn. list Removes inactive stations from the station list.
→ presets Available only when Fav station order (above) has been selected. Transfers your
favourite stations to the six preset buttons.
Display
Brightness
To change the screen brightness turn the Tune knob to choose between Low and High and push to
select one.
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Standby mode
You can choose whether the backlight is on or off when your EVOKE-1XT Prestige is in standby.
To change the standby mode turn the Tune knob and push to select Backlight On or Backlight Off.
Sw version
Displays the version of the software in your radio. You might need this if you contact Technical
Support.
Sw upgrade
You can upgrade the software in your EVOKE-1XT Prestige using a PC connected to the USB port on
the rear panel. To upgrade, select Sw upgrade and follow the instructions provided with the software.
Upgrades may be issued to provide enhanced functions or improve performance. Check our website at
www.pure.com for details of when software upgrades are available. To exit the software upgrade menu
press the Menu button again.
Tuning aid
Provides a signal level display which you can use to find the best position for your radio and aerial.
1. Turn the Tune knob to scroll through different channels and push to select one (UK stations are
in the range 11B to 12D). You see a signal level display. The empty block indicates the minimum
required level for reception and the filled blocks indicate the current level.
2. Move your aerial while watching the display and to try to raise the current level to the empty block
or beyond. Once you have a good signal the display will show the multiplex name and add the
stations to the station list.
3. Push the Menu button to exit the tuning aid or turn the Tune knob to select another channel.
Note You can also display the signal level at any time for a station you are listening to by pushing the
Tune knob.
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DRC value
DRC (Dynamic Range Control) value makes the quieter sounds in a broadcast easier to hear at low
volume or in a noisy environment. The DRC (Dynamic Range Control) level of a broadcast is set
by the station and sent with the signal. At the time of writing in the UK only BBC Radio 3 and 4
regularly broadcast a DRC level. Check with the broadcasters to find out if they use DRC on their
stations. Turn the Tune knob to scroll through the following options and push to select one:
DRC 0 DRC is switched off. Any DRC level broadcast will be ignored. This is the default setting.
DRC ½ DRC level is set to ½ that sent with the broadcast.
DRC 1 Applies the DRC level as sent with the broadcast.
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Hints and tips
(<</>>) Secondary services
Secondary services accompany some stations, providing extra information or alternative content and may only be broadcast at certain
times. At the time of writing not many secondary services are available. If a station has one or more secondary services available the
display will show ‘>>’ next to the station name on the station list and the secondary service will appear next to the station as you turn
the Tune knob. A secondary service will display ‘<<’ before the service name on the station list indicating that it belongs to the station
preceding it in the list.
(?) Inactive or unavailable stations
Inactive or unavailable stations are those which appear on the station list but are not currently available because either you are outside
the broadcast area, have lost reception or the station is not currently broadcasting. Unavailable stations have a ‘?’ before their name on
the station list. If you select a station which has this symbol, your radio tries to tune to that station. If still unavailable, you will return
to the last station you were listening to.
I hear a ‘burbling’ sound on some stations
Although DAB is excellent at providing quality audio from very little signal, the quality can suffer if the signal strength is too low. If
that happens, a ‘burbling’ sound can sometimes be heard. To help reduce this, check that your aerial is fully extended and upright. If
the problem persists try moving your radio or repositioning your aerial using the tuning aid.
Display says ‘No stations available’
Check that your aerial is fully extended. Use Autotune to search for stations. Try using the tuning aid to adjust your aerial or radio position.
My alarm didn’t work
Check the alarm settings and make sure that the alarm is set to ‘On’ (If in standby you should now see an alarm bell on the screen). If
a radio alarm, make sure the volume was turned up. Check that you don’t have headphones plugged in.
Clock shows the wrong time
This may happen if the multiplex you are tuned to broadcasts an incorrect time signal, try tuning to a station in another multiplex.
I can’t hear any audio
If the display is only showing a clock and there is no audio, your EVOKE-1XT Prestige is in standby. Push Standby to switch it on.
Resetting your radio
Resetting your radio removes all presets, stored stations and favourite stations and resets all options to defaults. To reset:
1. Press and hold the Menu button for three seconds. The screen shows ‘Press Tune to confirm reset’.
2. Push the Tune knob to confirm the reset or press no buttons to cancel the reset.
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