Version 1.0 Owner’s Manual Bedienungsanleitung Manuale D’Uso Manuale dell’utente TECHNICAL SUPPORT WARRANTY Should you encounter problems using this product, please refer to the troubleshooting section on page 39 of this owner’s guide. Alternatively, call Revo technical support on : Revo 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 one year from the date of purchase. This guarantee covers breakdowns due to manufacturing faults and does not apply in cases such as accidental damage, general wear and tear, user negligence, modification or repair not authorised by Revo Technologies Ltd. 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CONTENTS WELCOME 02 Technical Support Thank you for purchasing our Domino radio, we are sure that it will provide you years of enjoyment and reliable service. 02 Environmental information 02 Warranty 02 Copyright and Acknowledgements 02 Disclaimer 03 Welcome / Unpacking 04 Anatomy 05 Remote Control 06 Power Supply 06 Set Up 07 Controlling Domino / Menu Structure 08/09 DAB Mode 10/11 DAB Mode Menu Options 12 FM Mode 13 FM Mode / AUX IN Mode 14/16 iPod Mode 17/18 Internet Setup 19/22 Internet Radio Mode 23 Internet Radio Portal 24/25 Setting up a Music Server 26/28 Music Player Mode 29/31 Last.fm Mode 32/33 Alarm Clock 34/38 System Settings 39/40 Troubleshooting 41 Error Messages This guide has been designed to quickly get you up-and-running with your radio, and explain the more complex features of this product, as well as providing information on safety, warranty details and troubleshooting. There are three models in the Domino range ( and ), each with its own set of features and benefits. This owner’s manual offers guidance on all three versions. Please note: Not all features are available on all models. At the top of each page you will see the three model logos displayed. If this particular section of the manual is not applicable to your model, the model logo will be crossed-out., as shown below. This denotes that INTERNET RADIO Mode is not available on Domino D1. UNPACKING DOMINO Carefully remove Domino from its packaging before removing the other items from the box. The box should contain the following: • Domino radio • Remote control • iPod dock adaptor kit • Power supply with multi - country adaptors (UK, Euro, USA) • Owner’s Manual Should any item be missing or damaged, please contact your point of purchase or call Revo directly on +44 (0) 1555 66 61 61 NOTE: Domino’s packaging should be retained for possible future use, it is the safest way to transport Domino should it be necessary. 03 ANATOMY OF DOMINO 04 REMOTE CONTROL 01 - Mode 02 - Scroll up 03 - Power 04 - Menu 05 - Back 06 - Select 07 - Forward 08 - Volume increase 09 - Alarm 10 - Scroll Down 11 - Info 12 - Volume Decrease 13 - Presets 1- 10 14 - Sleep 15 - Snooze 16 - Skip Back (Fast Rewind) 17 - Play/Pause 18 - Skip Forward (Fast Forward) 19 - Feedback (Love/Ban) 1 BATTERY REPLACEMENT The Domino remote control is powered by a single 3V lithium battery. Depending on usage, the battery should happily run for between 1 and 2 years. 2 Replace the battery when button presses seem sluggish, or when the operating range appears to have reduced significantly. Replace the old battery with a new CR2025 lithium cell. 05 POWER SUPPLY (PSU) Your Domino radio is supplied with a multi-region power supply, meaning that it can be operated in a number of countries around the world. Simply choose the correct adaptor for your country from the selection supplied, then follow the instructions below. SET-UP UK EURO U.S.A 2 Fully extend the antenna for DAB or FM operation 1 Using the PSU supplied, connect one end to the DC power socket found on the rear of Domino, then plug the opposite end into the mains socket on the wall. 3 Press the POWER button once to start the initialization process. 06 CONTROLLING DOMINO Despite it’s sophisticated range of features, Domino is surprisingly simple to use. By utilising a joystick control method, minimising the number of buttons and switches, and employing a multi-line graphical OLED display, we have created an extremely user-friendly radio. 4 To get the best from your radio, it’s important that you fully understand how Domino’s controls and menu systems work. POWER / VOLUME To power-up Domino, press the VOLUME knob. To send Domino back into STANDBY mode, press the VOLUME knob again. MODE SELECTION Turning the MODE knob in either direction will switch between Domino’s modes of operation. JOYSTICK CONTROL The joystick controller has five functions (see illustration 4), as follows: UP DOWN LEFT RIGHT PRESS Scrolls Up Scrolls Down Scrolls Left and moves back through menus Scrolls Right and moves forward through menus SELECT FUNCTION BUTTONS Positioned around Domino’s joystick you will find the ALARM, MENU, INFO and PRESET buttons. MEDIA KEYS On Domino’s top face you will find a selection of MEDIA keys (see illustration 5). These are used in a number of modes including iPod, Media Player and Last.fm. 5 MENU STRUCTURE EXPLAINED MAIN MENU This is Domino’s principle (top level) menu, and offers entry to all modes, as well as access to your radio’s various settings. The MAIN MENU provides access to the following modes and sub-menus (depending on your model). • Internet Radio • DAB Radio • FM Radio • Music Player • AUX-IN • System Settings • Last.fm • iPod • Alarms MODE MENUS The Mode Menus are so called because they show the functions available within the currently selected mode. Pressing the at any time will take you to the Mode Menu for the mode of operation your radio is currently in. Each of the Mode Menus also includes a listing for MAIN MENU, allowing you to return to the top level MAIN MENU. 07 DAB RADIO MODE GETTING READY FOR DAB OPERATION Please ensure that the radio’s antenna is extended before operation in DAB Mode. To enter DAB MODE, turn the knob until the DAB MODE intro screen is displayed, alternatively press then select MAIN MENU, then DAB from menu option list. On power-up, Domino will automatically perform a full scan to see what stations are being broadcast in your area, before storing them alphabetically in the radio’s memory. It may be necessary to perform a manual scan from time to time, in order to update your radio’s station list. This may be required for any one of the following reasons: 1. Station availability can change from time to time as new stations appear, or existing stations cease broadcasting. 2. If reception was poor during the initial automatic scan, for example the radio’s antenna was not completely extended, it may be that the station list is incomplete or even empty. 3. If you have poor reception on some of the stations (resulting in broken or poor quality audio), you may wish to list only stations that have a strong signal strength. To start a manual scan, press the from the menu list. button then select FULL SCAN To scan for only stations that have a strong signal strength, press then select LOCAL SCAN from the menu list. When the scan is complete, your radio will list all available stations. To remove stations that are listed but unavailable, press then choose PRUNE INVALID. When asked whether you wish to remove all invalid stations”, select YES. 08 DAB RADIO MODE SELECTING A STATION To access your radio’s station list, press UP, DOWN or LEFT on the joystick controller at any time, alternatively press then select STATION LIST. Scroll through the available stations using UP and DOWN on the joystick controller, then either press the joystick to select your station choice, or tap RIGHT. FAVOURITE STATION PRESETS Domino allows you to store your favourite stations as presets, either via its button or 10 preset buttons located on the Domino remote control. To store the station you are currently listening to as a preset, simply press the then select an empty preset number from the 10 available in the list. Now press and hold the joystick to store your selection. “Preset Stored” will be displayed on your radio’s screen. The preset number that has been assigned to the station will be displayed at the bottom of the screen. If you want to change a particular preset in the future, repeat the process and the previously stored preset will be automatically overwritten. 09 DAB MODE MENU OPTIONS STATION INFO In DAB MODE, Domino is capable of displaying various pieces of information on its screen. By pressing the button, you can sequentially cycle through the following types of information. 10 STANDARD DAB SCREEN Shows scrolling text info from broadcaster PROGRAMME TYPE For example News, Rock Music, Classical etc. MULTIPLEX AND FREQUENCY Multiplex owner and station frequency SIGNAL STRENGTH Station’s current signal strength BIT RATE AND CODEC Audio format, sample rate, mono or stereo DATE Today’s date DAB MODE MENU OPTIONS DYNAMIC RANGE COMPRESSION (DRC) If you are listening to music with a high dynamic range in a noisy environment (for example, classical music while cooking), you may wish to compress the audio’s dynamic range. This has the effect of making quiet sounds louder, and loud sounds quieter. To change the DRC setting, press then choose the DRC option, before selecting OFF, LOW or HIGH. STATION ORDER It is possible to choose the order of the DAB station list to be either ALPHANUMERIC, ENSEMBLE or VALID. As the name implies, ALPHANUMERIC lists stations in alphanumeric order. ENSEMBLE lists groups of stations that are broadcast together on the same ensemble, for example BBC or Central Scotland Local. VALID lists valid stations first, alphanumerical, then off-air stations. To change the station order, press then select STATION ORDER, before choosing either ALPHANUMERIC, ENSEMBLE or VALID. STATION ORDER DESCRIPTION ALPHANUMERIC Display all stations in alphanumeric order. ENSEMBLE List active stations [ones that are currently broadcasting] before inactive ones. VALID Remove inactive stations from the station list. 11 FM RADIO MODE FM OPERATION Please ensure that the radio’s antenna is extended before operation in FM MODE. To enter FM MODE, turn the is displayed, alternatively press knob until the FM MODE intro screen then select MAIN MENU, then FM from menu option list. If this is the first time that Domino has been used in FM MODE, scanning will start at the beginning of the frequency range otherwise Domino will default to the station you were listening to last. Pressing the joystick controller will start the radio scanning for the next available station. Domino will automatically stop scanning when a station is found. To fine tune, use UP or DOWN on the joystick controller to incrementally change the frequency. When on an FM station that has a strong signal and is broadcasting RDS information, Domino will display the station name and other pieces of text information on-screen. FAVOURITE STATION PRESETS Domino allows you to store your favourite stations as presets, either via its button or 10 preset buttons located on the Domino remote control. To store the station you are currently listening to as a preset, simply press the then select an empty preset number from the 10 available in the list. Now press and hold the joystick to store your selection. “Preset Stored” will be displayed on your radio’s screen. The preset number that has been assigned to the station will be displayed at the bottom of the screen. If you want to change a particular preset in the future, repeat the process and the previously stored preset will be automatically overwritten. 12 FM RADIO MODE FM SETTINGS Press the button to access the FM MODE MENU. From here you can set some FM preferences such as SCAN SETTING and AUDIO SETTING. SCAN SETTING allows you to decide whether the radio should stop scanning only when it finds a station with a strong signal. AUDIO SETTING gives you the option of listening to a station in mono, should the signal strength not be sufficiently strong to allow stereo reception. AUX IN MODE AUX IN MODE allows you to play audio from an external source (such as an MP3 player) through your radio. To do so, connect your external audio source to the 3.5mm AUX IN connector on the rear of Domino. Turn the volume down low on both Domino and, if adjustable, the external device. Now turn the alternatively press knob until the AUX IN screen is displayed, then select MAIN MENU, then AUX IN. Adjust the volume of Domino and, if necessary, the external audio device as required. 13 iPod MODE FITTING A DOCK ADAPTOR Adaptor No. Domino is supplied with a selection of iPod dock adaptors to fit most iPod and iPhone models. Select the adaptor that is compatible with your iPod/iPhone using the compatibility table on the right - each one is numbered (see illustration 1 below). To fit the adaptor, remove the dock dust cover before inserting the adaptor into the recess that surrounds the iPod connector (see illustration 2 . If a dock adaptor for your specific iPod/iPhone model is not one of the adaptors included with your radio, please use the adaptor supplied by Apple as part of your iPod kit. 2 1 ENTERING iPod MODE Connect your iPod to the dock connector. Domino will automatically ask if you would like to switch to iPod mode. Select YES or NO using the joystick controller. If an iPod is already connected to Domino, press MODE intro screen is displayed, or press MENU, the iPod. 14 until the iPod then select MAIN iPod Model 7 iPod Photo + iPod with colour display 8 iPod Nano 9 iPod Classic (80/120GB), 5G iPod with video (30GB), U2 iPod 10 iPod Classic (160GB), 5G iPod with video (60/80GB) 11 iPod Nano (2nd Gen) 13 iPod Nano (3rd Gen) 14 iPod Touch 15 iPhone 3G 16 iPod Touch (2nd Gen) 17 iPod Nano (4th Gen) iPod MODE CONTROL AND PLAYBACK Basic track control functions can be carried out by using the media controls located on the top face of Domino. Pressing will start the currently selected track. Pressing it when a track is playing will PAUSE the current track. Pressing will advance to the next track. Pressing and holding will fast-forward. Pressing will skip-back to the previous track. Pressing and holding will fast-rewind. Alternatively, your iPod can be operated using the Domino remote control, which offers advanced iPod control, including control of your iPod’s menus etc. Lastly, it is possible to control the iPod by using the controls on the iPod itself. 15 iPod MODE NOW PLAYING INFO When an iPod has been docked and the authentication process has been completed, your radio will display the artist and track information for the current track (if this information is stored on your iPod). Domino is capable of displaying various pieces of information about the current track and the iPod that is connected. By pressing the button, it is possible to sequentially cycle through the following types of information. 16 STANDARD SCREEN Shows track name and artist AUTHENTICATION STATUS Whether authentication was successful or not TRACK TIME Shows track length and current position in track ALBUM TITLE Displays album title if available DATE Today’s date INTERNET SETUP USING THE INTERNET RADIO SETUP WIZARD The first time you use Domino in INTERNET RADIO MODE, you will be asked whether you would like to run the SETUP WIZARD. The ‘WIZARD’ will run through a series of questions, and is the simplest way to get internet radio up and running on your device. You can run the SETUP WIZARD again at any time, it can be found under the NETWORK heading, in the SYSTEM SETTINGS MENU. To set up your radio for online operation using the INTERNET WIZARD, follow these steps: Press the joystick controller to select YES, and start the SETUP WIZARD procedure. 1 Choose and select your preferred hour format (12 or 24 hour). 2 Choose and select UPDATE FROM NETWORK. 3 Scroll and select your local timezone from the menu. 4 Choose and select your preferred daylight savings status. 5 Scroll and select your Wlan region. 17 INTERNET SETUP 6 Scroll and select your NETWORK. In some cases your radio may find more than one wireless network. Simply choose the one you want Domino to use. 7 If your wireless network is not password protected, Domino will automatically connect, and the following screen will be displayed: 8 If you do use password protection, enter your network password using the joystick controller to scroll over and select the correct alphanumeric characters. When you have correctly entered your password, select OK. BKSP Select character. (back space) if you have entered an incorrect Domino will save the password into its memory. There will be no need to re-enter the password again. 18 INTERNET RADIO MODE GETTING STARTED To enter INTERNET RADIO MODE, turn the knob until the INTERNET RADIO MODE intro screen is displayed, alternatively press then select MAIN MENU, then INTERNET RADIO from menu option list. The INTERNET RADIO MENU comprises of the following options: My Favourites: Used to navigate to your favourite stations. These can be set up by visiting the Frontier Silicon Radio Portal (using your PC or Mac). See page 23 for further information. Local: A comprehensive list of all the stations being broadcast from within your own geographical area (or country). BBC: Used as a shortcut to all BBC stations broadcast worldwide. Stations: Find stations using a number of search criteria such as: location, genre, most popular etc. Podcasts: Find Podcasts or ‘Listen-Again’ broadcasts by location, genre or search by name. My Added Stations: Shows stations that you have personally added to your radio’s station list via the Frontier Silicon Radio Portal. See page 23 for full details. Help: Find your radio’s ACCESS CODE here. Required to access the Frontier Silicon Radio Portal. See page 23. CHOOSING A STATION To choose a station, select STATION LIST from the INTERNET RADIO MENU, then select STATIONS using the joystick controller. You now have the option to choose or find a station using the following search criteria: LOCATION (country of origin) SEARCH STATIONS (by name) NEW STATIONS GENRE POPULAR STATIONS 19 INTERNET RADIO MODE CHOOSING A STATION (Continued) Using the joystick controller, scroll through the options and press to choose your search criteria. For example, choosing LOCATION will give you an alphabetical list of continents/regions, and then a list of countries. Use the joystick controller to scroll through the list and push to select your chosen continent, then country. You will then be given the option of choosing ALL STATIONS or a GENRE, to further refine your search. After selecting your search criteria, you will be presented with a list of stations. Simply select a station from the list to begin listening. SEARCH You can search for an internet radio station by name (if you know it), or by using a keyword from within its title. To SEARCH for a station, select SEARCH STATIONS from the STATIONS MENU, then enter a keyword using the keyboard input screen (similar to the keyboard screen you used for password input). If your station is found, simply select to listen. If you searched for a keyword, Domino will list all the stations found that contain that particular keyword. Scroll through the list and select your station. CHOOSING A PODCAST Podcasts (also referred to as ‘Listen Again ) are searched and selected in the same way as a regular station. Select PODCAST from the INTERNET RADIO MENU, then search by location, genre or a combination of both. The main difference when searching for a Podcast, is that when you have selected a station, you will then be presented with a list of Shows (or Podcasts) available from that station. Simply select your choice from the list. 20 INTERNET RADIO MODE MY FAVOURITES It is possible to compile a list (or lists) of your favourite stations, allowing quick and easy access to a number of stations from different countries and genres. To do this you must first register your radio with the Frontier Silicon Radio Portal. See the INTERNET RADIO PORTAL section on page 23. To store a station as a favourite, press and hold the joystick controller until FAVOURITE ADDED appears on the screen. The chosen station will now appear in the default favourites stations list. To access the MY FAVOURITES list, select STATION LIST, then MY FAVOURITES, followed by STATIONS. You can now scroll through and select any station in the list. MY ADDED STATIONS If you have added any of your own stations to the internet radio station list (via the Frontier Silicon Radio Portal, see page 23), they will be listed here. The MY ADDED STATIONS option can be found under the STATION LIST MENU, in INTERNET RADIO MODE. BBC The BBC option is a shortcut to the entire BBC station list. Simply select this option from the STATION LIST MENU, then scroll through and select a station in the normal way. LAST LISTENED When you enter INTERNET RADIO MODE, the last-listened station is automatically selected. To select another station that you’ve listened to recently, select LAST LISTENED. A full list will be displayed (the most recent being at the top). 21 INTERNET RADIO MODE HELP The HELP option can be found in the STATIONS LIST MENU. Under HELP, you will find the ACCESS CODE that you require to register your radio on the Frontier Silicon Radio Portal (see page 23 for full instructions). A helpful FAQ audio track can also be found under the HELP heading. LOCAL The LOCAL station list can be found under the STATION LIST MENU and will differ depending on which country you are currently located in. For example, if you are based in the UK, this selection will display stations originating from the UNTIED KINGDOM. Likewise, if you are using your radio in Germany, this selection will display only stations that are being broadcast from Germany. Select this option to navigate either all of the available local stations, or alternatively you can search the list by genre. 22 INTERNET RADIO PORTAL ACCESSING ADDITIONAL FEATURES Some of Domino’s more advanced internet radio features can only be accessed by visiting the Frontier Silicon Radio Portal. In order to access these features you must first register your radio. REGISTERING YOUR RADIO In order to register your radio, you will need your radio’s unique access code. To find the access code, firstly enter INTERNET RADIO MODE, then press . Select STATION LIST, then HELP. Now select GET ACCESS CODE. Write down the access code. Now, using your PC or Mac, visit the portal website at www.wifiradio-frontier.com Click on the REGISTER HERE link (located on the left hand panel) to begin the registration process. If you already have an account and wish to add an additional radio, log in to your account and select MY PREFERENCES, then ADD ANOTHER Wi-Fi RADIO. When you have registered your radio with the portal, you can immediately take advantage of various additional features and services that it provides. 23 SETTING UP A MUSIC SERVER In order for Domino to be able to play music files from a connected computer, the computer must first be set up for media sharing. UPnP media sharing allows devices like Domino to play music from a shared media library, navigating through tag menus such as Artist, Album or Genre. If you are running a PC with Windows Media Player 11 or later (WMP), or an Apple Mac with OS X 10 or later and a UPnP application installed, you can connect Domino and stream audio. NOTE: iTunes does not currently operate as a UPnP media server, but there are a number of third party software add-ons available that will allow you to access your iTunes library. SHARING MEDIA WITH WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER The most common UPnP server is Windows Media Player (version11 or later) although other UPnP platforms and servers may be used. To set up WMP for media sharing, performs the following steps: Ensure that your PC and radio are connected to the same network. Domino will be recognised as ‘Jupiter 6.2’ by your PC. 1 In WMP, add to the media library the audio files and folders you want to share with Domino (LIBRARY > ADD TO LIBRARY . . . .). 2 Make sure that the radio has access to the shared media by selecting it and clicking ALLOW. You can also set a name for the shared media settings. The PC is now ready to stream music to your radio. The WMP UPnP service runs in the background; there is no need to start WMP explicitly. 24 SETTING UP A MUSIC SERVER SHARING MEDIA WITH A MAC In order to connect Domino to your Apple Mac, a third party UPnP server application is required. There are a number of applications available to download from the Internet. One such application is EyeConnect. This is an easy to install media sharing application that enables Domino to stream audio. EyeConnect can be downloaded from: http://www.elgato.com 3 Once installed, EyeConnect can be found on the System Preference panel. When connecting Domino, make sure EyeConnect is shown as running on its setup screen. Domino will appear as ‘Jupiter 6.2’ in the EyeConnect list of devices. The ENABLE box must be checked and the ACCESS selection set to ENABLE NEW DEVICES. Your Mac is now ready to stream music to your radio. EyeConnect will normally run automatically after boot up. 25 MUSIC PLAYER MODE PLAYING AUDIO TRACKS IN THE MUSIC PLAYER MUSIC PLAYER MODE allows you to play audio files such as MP3s, AACs, WMAs or FLACs directly from a computer or music server on your local wireless network. To enter MUSIC PLAYER MODE, turn the knob until the MUSIC PLAYER MODE intro screen is displayed, alternatively press then select MAIN MENU, then MUSIC PLAYER from menu option list. Once in music player mode, press 26 , then select SHARED MEDIA. MUSIC PLAYER MODE SHARED MEDIA (From a UPnP Media Server) In MUSIC PLAYER MODE select SHARED MEDIA. If you have set up shared media (as described on page 24), you should see an entry, for the server you set up, example “SB-Laptop: Audio”. If you have more than one computer sharing media, the alternatives are listed. Select the shared media you want to play. From this point on, the menus are generated from the shared media server (typically Windows Media Player). The first menu shows a list of media types, for example music, video, pictures and playlists. Domino can only play music and playlists. There is also a search function, which finds tracks in a similar way to Internet radio search, as described on page 20. For music there are numerous ways of selecting tracks, including: Genre | Artist | Album | Composer | Rating Once you have found a track you want to play, press the joystick to select. A short press plays the track immediately, while a long press will add the track to the PLAYLIST. Note: Tracks played in UPnP mode are SROBBLED to Last.fm, if SCROBBLING is turned on in the Last.fm menu. For more information about SCROBBING, see page 29. 27 MUSIC PLAYER MODE PLAYLISTS Domino is capable of holding a queue of up to 500 tracks in its playlist. To manage the playlist, select MY PLAYLIST from the MUSIC PLAYER MENU. To view the contents of the playlist, scroll through it using the joystick controller. To play the playlist from a certain track, give the joystick a short press. To delete a track from the playlist, give the joystick a long press, then confirm YES to erase. If you select a track/album/folder for instant playback, without using the playlist feature, the playlist will be preserved and will continue to be stored by your radio until you choose to delete it. REPEAT/SHUFFLE You can choose to repeat tracks or play them in random order by selecting REPEAT PLAY or SHUFFLE PLAY from the MUSIC PLAYER MENU. NOW PLAYING INFORMATION While a track is playing, Domino will display the track and artist name together with elapsed and total track time. At the bottom of the screen, an icon indicates that the audio source is UPnP. To view further track information, press Each time you press as follows: . , another piece of information is displayed Track name/artist, progress bar/track times, album, codec/ sampling rate, playback buffer and today’s date. 28 LAST.FM MODE In addition to its terrestrial and internet radio capabilities, Domino is also capable of providing access to online music service Last.fm. Simply choose an artist or genre and let Last.fm build the perfect playlist from its library of 5 million tracks – unique to you, and fresh every time. If you already subscribe to the service, you can use your existing Last.fm profile on Domino, alternatively visit www.last.fm, complete a profile, then subscribe. If you have a Trial Subscription Voucher, visit www.last.fm/voucher and follow the on-screen prompts. ADDING A USER ACCOUNT To enter LAST.FM MODE, turn the knob until the LAST.FM MODE intro screen is displayed, alternatively press then select MAIN MENU, then LAST.FM from menu option list. To add an account, select LAST.FM SETUP from the menu, then select USER ACCOUNTS. Now select ADD NEW ACCOUNT and enter your LAST.FM user name and password using the on-screen keyboard. SCROBBLING AND LOVE/BAN TRACKS To get the most from LAST.FM, you can SCROBBLE all the tracks that you’ve listened to, in both UPnP and LAST.FM modes (and even those from an iPod or computer media server with the correct software plug-ins). This sends track names to LAST.FM, adding them to your library, and helps the service tailor recommendations (and neighbours) to your musical tastes. You can playback your LAST.FM library by selecting the YOUR LIBRARY station in the LAST.FM MENU. To turn SCROBBLING ON or OFF, select LAST.FM SETUP, then SCROBBLING, now select ON or OFF. Note: if you intend to let other people use Domino in LAST.FM MODE, you may want to turn SCROBBLING OFF. Alternatively, you could switch to another account. 29 LAST.FM MODE While listening to LAST.FM you can choose to LOVE or BAN tracks (which SCROBBLES them even if SCROBBLING is set to OFF). Telling LAST.FM that you LOVE a track will add that particular track to your YOUR LOVED TRACKS list, allowing playback at a future time. BANNING a track will mean it will never be played again. To LOVE or BAN a track press the button and use the joystick to select either LOVE or BAN. The button can be found on the top face of your radio, or alternatively on the remote control. When listening to LAST.FM you can choose to SKIP a track by pressing the button. It is not possible to PAUSE a track in LAST.FM. Note: You can edit your library and track ratings by visiting the LAST.FM website. PLAYING MUSIC There are several types of streams, or ‘radio stations’ available in LAST. FM. To choose one, select STATION LIST from the LAST.FM MODE menu. If you are new to LAST.FM, we recommend that you perhaps start off with ARTIST or TAG RADIO, to allow you to be fully comfortable with the basic features of the service. The following options are available: YOUR LIBRARY Plays all the tracks SCROBBLED to your profile, or tracks by artists you’ve added to your library. Can be edited on the LAST.FM website. YOUR RECOMMENDATIONS Plays tracks recommended to you based on your music profile and that of other listeners with similar tastes. YOUR LOVED TRACKS Plays tracks you have rated as LOVED. YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD Plays tracks from the libraries of people on LAST.FM with similar music tastes to yours. 30 LAST.FM MODE PLAYING MUSIC (continued) ARTIST RADIO Plays a selection of tracks by a certain artist, together with tracks by artists that have a similar musical style. Pick an artist by entering their name or part of their name (you don’t have to enter the full name, so for example to find ROLLING STONES you can just enter ROLLING), then pick the artist from the list of search results and select OK. TAG RADIO Plays a selection of tracks tagged with certain keywords. Pick a tag word/genre by entering a word or phrase (its advisable to be as specific as possible, for example BOLLYWOOD rather than BOLLY, because tags are user-generated, so there tends to be many spurious tags connected to only a few tracks, which may then give an insufficient content error). Pick a tag from the list of search results and select OK. HISTORY Lists the tracks you have listened to recently, with the most recent track listed first. It is not possible to select a track from this list and listen to it again on demand. ON-SCREEN INFORMATION While LAST.FM is playing, the screen will display the track name and progress bar, with figures for elapsed and total track time. A LAST.FM icon is shown at the bottom of the screen to signify that you are in LAST.FM MODE. During track playback, pressing the button will allow you to cycle though other pieces of information such as artist, album, track name, radio name, codec/samplying rate, playback buffer and today’s date. 31 ALARM CLOCK SETTING AN ALARM Domino is able to store two individual alarm settings. To set or change an alarm, either press the button, or press , then MAIN MENU, then ALARM. Select which of the ALARM SETTINGS (Alarm 1 or Alarm 2) you would like to modify or enable. Using the joystick controller, scroll through the options below, setting your preferences. l l l l l l Enable: on/off Frequency: Daily, Once, Weekends or Weekdays. Time Mode: Buzzer, Internet Radio, DAB, FM or iPod or Last.fm Preset: Last listened or favourite station preset 1-10 Volume: 0 - 20 When your preferences have been set, remember to select SAVE. Domino shows any active alarms by displaying an icon at the bottom of its screen. When in STANDBY MODE, by simply pressing the button, you can turn any alarms held in memory ON or OFF. Pressing will cycle through ALARM 1 and ALARM 2 settings, enabling, and disabling them. If the ALARM icons are displayed, the alarm is enabled. If no alarm icon is shown, the alarms are switched off. STOPPING AN ALARM When an alarm is sounding, pressing any one of Domino’s buttons will STOP the alarm. When the alarm has been cancelled, an ALARM OFF message will be displayed on Domino’s screen. 32 ALARM CLOCK SLEEP MODE By using the SLEEP function, you can set Domino to automatically switch itself into STANDBY mode. The SLEEP function can be engaged in the following way: Press the button, then choose MAIN MENU, now select SLEEP. By pressing the joystick UP or DOWN, you can cycle through a number of pre-set SLEEP durations, from SLEEP OFF, through 15, 30, 45 and 60 minutes. When you have selected a sleep duration, Domino will return to the MAIN MENU. Press the to return to the Mode Menu, press again to return to the PLAYING screen. SNOOZE FUNCTION Domino includes a SNOOZE feature that allows you to temporarily silence the alarm for a period of up to 30 minutes. The SNOOZE duration can only be set when your radio is actually in the process of alarming. At this point, simply press the joystick to cycle through a range of pre-set SNOOZE durations, either 5, 10, 15 or 30 minutes. When SNOOZE is activated, Domino will return to standby for the set period with the icon of the SNOOZED alarm shown on-screen. 33 SYSTEM SETTINGS EQUALISER Domino provides the user with a significant degree of control over its standard (factory default) audio settings. This includes control over BASS and TREBLE, LOUDNESS and the ability to use one of a number of preset EQ settings. It is also possible to create your own personalised EQ setting - known as “My EQ”. To adjust the audio settings , press then select MAIN MENU, followed by SYSTEM SETTINGS. Now select EQUALISER from the menu. Domino will display a list of nine EQ options as follows: Normal, Flat, Jazz, Rock, Movie, Classic, Pop, News and My EQ. Simply select your preference from the list by pressing the joystick controller (or tapping right). Domino will now store this setting in its memory. For reference, the current EQ setting is highlighted by an asterisk (*) in the EQ list. To configure your own personal EQ setting, select MY EQ PROFILE SETUP from the EQUALISER menu. Now adjust the BASS and TREBLE levels, decide whether you would like the LOUDNESS function OFF or ON - before selecting SAVE. Your personalised EQ setting can now be selected by choosing MY EQ from the EQUALISER menu. 34 SYSTEM SETTINGS NETWORK The NETWORK MENU can be found under SYSTEM SETTINGS in the MAIN MENU and includes an entry for the INTERNET WIZARD, which will assist you in setting up your radio’s internet connection. For the more experienced user, a variety of manual settings can also be accessed from here, as follows: INTERNET WIZARD : Simplifies the setup of your radio’s internet connection by taking you through step-by-step instructions. PBC WLAN SETUP : Used to pair your radio with a router that uses WPS security. VIEW SETTINGS : View the MAC address, Wlan region, etc. WLAN REGION : Where you are using your radio - Europe, USA etc. MANUAL SETTINGS : Detailed control of Wired and Wireless connections. NETWORK PROFILE : Shows the names of the last four wireless networks Domino has been connected to. NOTE: Domino remembers the last four wireless networks it has connected to, and automatically tries to connect to whichever one of them it can find. It’s possible however to delete unwanted networks, simply select SYSTEM SETTINGS, then NETWORK, then NETWORK PROFILE. Now select the network profile you’d like to delete by selecting and confirming delete YES. 35 SYSTEM SETTINGS TIME / DATE Found in the SYSTEM SETTINGS menu, this menu offers you the option of changing a number of time/date related settings. The TIME/DATE menu has three listings as follows: SET TIME / DATE : Allows you to manually set the time/date. AUTO UPDATE : Choose from three different automatic setting options. SET FORMAT : Choose whether you would like to use 12hr or 24hr formats. Update from DAB : Automatically takes time/date from DAB signal. Domino needs to have been operated in DAB MODE (and have received a signal) before this information can be extracted. Update from FM : Sets time/date from FM broadcast. Like DAB, Domino needs to have been operated in FM MODE, and have received RDS information before time/date information can be extracted. Update from Network : Takes time/date from your internet connection. BRIGHTNESS Domino’s allows a degree of control over the brightness of its OLED display, meaning that both its STANDBY and POWER ON brightness levels can be independently set to either HIGH, MEDIUM or LOW brightness levels. To change the brightness settings, press then select MAIN MENU, followed by SYSTEM SETTINGS. Now select BRIGHTNESS from the menu list. You will now be able to modify the default brightness level settings for the two modes of operation - STANDBY and POWER ON. Select the mode you’d like to change from these two options, then choose your desired brightness level. Your chosen settings will be held in memory indefinitely, but can be changed at any time. 36 SYSTEM SETTINGS LANGUAGE The default language on your radio is English, though 12 other languages are supported as follows: Danish Dutch Norwegian Polish Finnish French Portuguese Spanish German Swedish Italian Turkish To change the current language setting, select SYSTEM SETTINGS from the MAIN MENU, then LANGUAGE, then select your choice. FACTORY RESET By selecting FACTORY RESET from the SYSTEM SETTINGS menu, you can reset Heritage to its default factory values, erasing any personal settings that may have been configured (time/date, network configuration and presets will be erased). However, Domino’s current software version is maintained, as is its registration with the internet radio portal. Internet radio favourites are therefore retained, unless you re-register your radio with another account on the portal. To perform a factory reset, press then select MAIN MENU, followed by SYSTEM SETTINGS, then FACTORY RESET. Now answer YES. SOFTWARE UPDATES From time to time we will make software updates available for your radio. These are necessary for general maintenance reasons, as well as for adding additional functionality to your radio. Software updates are carried out ‘over-the-air’, via your broadband connection. Domino will to check for software updates each time it is switched on, and if an update is available, will ask you to confirm that you’d like to go ahead and commence the download. Please note that after a software upgrade, all user settings are maintained. 37 SYSTEM SETTINGS If you’d prefer to manually check for software updates, press then select MAIN MENU. Now choose SYSTEM SETTINGS, then SOFTWARE UPDATES. Select AUTO-CHECK SETTING then choose NO when prompted. To manually check for updates, select CHECK NOW from the SOFTWARE UPDATES menu. CAUTION: Before commencing a software upgrade, ensure that Heritage is plugged into a stable mains power connection. Disconnecting power during a software update may permanently damage your radio. SETUP WIZARD The SETUP WIZARD simplifies the set-up of both time/date and internet settings, by running through a series of questions. To access the SETUP WIZARD, press then select MAIN MENU, followed by SYSTEM SETTINGS. Now select SETUP WIZARD from the menu list. INFO When dealing with a technical support issue, you may be asked for the SOFTWARE VERSION or RADIO ID number. Both these pieces of information can be found under the INFO heading, in the SYSTEM SETTINGS menu. Press 38 then select MAIN MENU, followed by SETTINGS, then INFO. TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM FM: HISS CAUSE SOLUTIONS Low signal strength. Check/move antenna. Move radio to another location. Rescan local (high-strength) stations only. For DAB, check local coverage at www.ukdigitalradio.com/coverage DAB: ‘No stations available’ Low signal strength. As above, then rescan stations. Cannot connect to network Network down. Check that network is working between computer and the router. Router restricts access to listed MAC addresses. Obtain the MAC address for your radio from MENU > SYSTEM SETTINGS > NETWORK > VIEW SETTINGS and add to router list DAB: Burbling/Intermittent Cut-Out NOTE: Your radio has separate MAC addresses for wired and wireless networks; only the current network adaptor method address is displayed, but the other address can be obtained by changing the first pair of digits between ‘00’ (wireless) and ‘02’ (wired) Insufficient Wi-Fi signal strength. Check distance to router. See if a computer can connect to the network in this location. Unknown encryption method. Change encryption method on router. Your Radio supports WEP, WPA and WPA2. Unusual network configuration. Setup network manually through MENU > SYSTEM SETTINGS > NETWORK > MANUAL SETTINGS Firewall preventing access. Check the following ports are open on the router: UDP and TCP ports 80 and 123 DNS port 53 Windows shares: ports 135 - 139 and 445 Windows media player: varies Non-Microsoft firewalls may require configuration for UPnP. 39 TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM Cannot connect to Internet Cannot play particular Internet radio station CAUSE SOLUTIONS Internet connection down Check that the Internet is working for a computer connected to the same network. Firewall preventing access Check the following ports are open: UDP and TCP ports 80 and 123 DNS port 53. Some Internet radio stations may require additional ports to be opened. Station not broadcasting Overloaded or insufficient bandwidth. Try other stations. Try listening on computer via Internet radio portal website. Try later. Station broadcasting using unknown codec. Link out of date. 40 Cannot play Last.fm/Pandora/ SIRIUS ‘Unauthorized’ message Account details wrong. Account details not entered. Region not supported. (Last.fm? Pandora/SIRIUS are currently restricted to particular regions e.g. US/UK) Due to licensing issues. Last.fm: Insufficient content to play There are not enough tracks available and licensed to play for the particular artist or tag radio station you have. Select a different radio station. ERROR MESSAGES MESSAGE DESCRIPTION EXAMPLE Failed to connect Correct key entered, but router rejects request. MAC filtering enabled on router. Format error Cannot recognise file format independent of network. Received .wma, but found that the stream wasn’t WMA when trying to decode. Network error Problem past router - incorrect data being received from network. Data obtained from server is unreadable. Network timeout Problem past router - no response being received from network. Streaming IR station and suddenly station becomes unavailable. No UPnP media found No UPnP servers found. No USB device found Trying to access USB menu, but no USB device plugged in. Service not available (DAB) No DAB reception. Unauthorised Access not grated by UPnP server. Update failed Software upgrade failed. USB device unsupported Unsupported USB device plugged in. USB error General USB problems. USB read error Unable to read particular data from memory. USB underpowered Power failure to USB device - user have to remove the device. Network not ready problem with connection to router. Allow access for Domino in UPnP server settings. Bad memory sector found on USB device. Router switched off. 41 TECHNICAL SUPPORT TEL - + 44 (0) 1555 666161 E-MAIL - email@example.com WEB - www.revo.co.uk/support “Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. “Works with iPhone” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPhone and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.