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T H E
S H A R P E R
®
I M A G E
SOUND SOOTHER®
CD/RADIO/ALARM CLOCK
SI735 Instructions
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DESCRIPTION AND TABLE OF CONTENTS
DISPLAY AND CONTROLS Page 1
The portable CD Alarm Clock/Radio with Sound
Soother® offers the most popular audio features
in one compact unit. Perfect for travel, convenient
for bedside, and small enough to sit on a desktop.
Additional features include: a display for month
and date, temperature display, and a jack to use
with the included “bud” style headphones.
It includes a telescoping antenna for FM reception,
and an internal antenna for AM radio broadcasts.
NOTE: The quality of AM reception can be
adjusted by changing the position of the
unit itself. Re-position the telescoping
antenna to alter FM reception.
AUDIO CONTROLS Page 2
BATTERY INFORMATION Page 3
SETTING THE CLOCK Page 5
SETTING THE CALENDAR Page 6
SETTING THE ALARM Page 8
RADIO PRESETS Page 9
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SOUND SOOTHER Page 10
CD PLAYER FEATURES Page 12
INTERNATIONAL & SLEEP Page 13
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DISPLAY AND CONTROLS
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Low battery
indicator.
Displays the active
audio choice.
Displays date
or radio preset.
Delay alarm.
Also activate the display
light (batteries only).
Turn selected
alarms on or off.
Scroll through
setting modes.
Select alarm
sound options.
Advance setting or
radio preset.
Set radio presets.
(Also can sample
alarm buzzer.)
Displays time
or radio tuning.
Indicates the active
alarm choice.
Displays the
temperature.
Backlight toggles
on and off when
the AC adapter
is used and the
LIGHT button is
pressed.
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AUDIO CONTROLS
Turn and hold to fast scan radio tuning.
Turn and release to fine-tune radio.
Select AM or
FM radio band.
Select
RADIO
2
Activate
mode.
SLEEP
mode for radio, CD or Sound Soother.
Turn audio
Select SOUND
®
Soother mode.
POWER
on and off.
Display for current CD track
and time information.
Select CD program,
repeat or random
play mode.
Skip CD back or forward.
SIDE VIEW
Stop playing CD.
Play or pause CD.
®
Select Sound Soother sounds.
Control bass response.
VOLUME control.
DC power jack.
Audio/headphone jack.
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BATTERY INFORMATION
Icon indicates low/weak battery.
An optional AC adapter may be plugged into the jack located on the side of the unit. This adapter
can be used to power the alarm, CD player, Sound Soother, and radio only. The SNOOZE/LIGHT
button toggles the display backlight on and off when powering the unit with the adapter.
One CR2032 button battery is required for the clock and display to function properly. The clock
battery should only be removed when being replaced with a new battery.
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BATTERY INFORMATION
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CD/RADIO/ALARM AND SOUND SOOTHER BATTERIES
Requires four AA alkaline batteries, or optional AC adapter. Replace old batteries with new
ones when the WEAK BATTERY icon flashes on the LCD screen. Controls will not function without
these batteries or the AC adapter in place. The AA batteries should be removed when the unit
is to be powered mainly by the AC adapter.
This product has
two battery compartments.
To access the battery compartments,
slide the covers as indicated.
CLOCK/BACKUP BATTERY AND RESET BUTTON
This unit is shipped with one CR2032 battery in place. Activate the battery for the first time, by
removing the shipping tab, pulling it away from and out of the battery compartment. This compartment also houses a reset button. Use a small object, such as an unbent paper clip, to press the
reset button if the unit or display malfunctions.
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SETTING THE CLOCK
Press the MODE button
Until the hour setting flashes.
Press UP or Down
To change the hour setting.
Press the MODE button
Until the minute setting flashes.
Press UP or Down
To change the minute setting.
Press and hold buttons to quickly advance the settings.
If the setting is advanced past midnight, the time will be displayed in 24 hour (military) format.
Continue advancing to switch back to 12 hour (US standard) time display.
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SETTING THE CALENDAR
Press the MODE button
2002
Until the year display is flashes.
Press UP or DOWN
To change the year.
Press the MODE button
Until the month flashes.
Press UP or DOWN
To change the month.
Press the MODE button
Until the date flashes.
Press UP or DOWN
To change the date.
Press and hold buttons to quickly cycle through the display.
2002
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SETTING THE ALARM
Press the MODE button
Until alarm hour flashes.
Selecting RADIO alarm will default
the alarm to the last selected radio
station.
Press UP or DOWN
To change alarm time hour.
Press the MODE button
Until alarm minutes flashes.
Press UP or DOWN
To change alarm time minutes.
When this alarm icon is on the screen, it
tells you that the alarm will go off at the
time you selected.
Press ALARM SOUND
To select alarm sound.
If no button is pressed, new setting is saved and the display returns to normal operation.
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ADDITIONAL ALARM FEATURES
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SNOOZE
Press the SNOOZE button when the alarm sounds to delay the alarm for up to thirty minutes.
Each press adds 10 minutes to the delay time. (Press 1X for 10 minute snooze, 2X for 20 minutes
and 3X for the maximum 30 minutes snooze delay.) If the ALARM ON/OFF button is not pressed, the
snooze feature will repeat three times, and then the alarm will reset itself for the next day.
AUTO-SNOOZE (Buzzer Only)
If no buttons are pressed the alarm will continue for one minute, after which time the snooze feature
will be automatically activated. The alarm will sound again after nine minutes. This will repeat three
times before the alarm will turn off and reset itself for the next day.
AUTO-RESET
If the ALARM ON/OFF button is used to turn the alarm off, the alarm is automatically reset for the
next day. If no button is pressed within the first minute of the radio, or CD alarm activating, the
unit will power off automatically after 30 minutes, and the alarm will reset for the next day. To
completely de-activate the alarm, press the ALARM ON/OFF button a second time.
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SETTING THE RADIO PRESETS
Press RADIO
Up to 10 preset stations can be
programmed for AM and FM.
(Power must be on.)
Tune to desired station.
(Use tuning knob.)
MEM
1
Press MEM/DEMO
Active preset number flashes.
Press UP or DOWN
To change active preset number.
Press MEM/DEMO
To lock selection to memory.
Pressing UP or DOWN when the radio is playing, will scan up and down instantly to preset stations.
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SOUND SOOTHER®
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The Sound Soother provides a relaxing atmosphere of soothing background sounds of
nature. It can be used to effectively mask out surrounding noises, such as traffic, loud
neighbors and even snoring.
It has been generally found that the Sound Soother volume does not need to be very
loud to be effective. Most people find that even with the Sound Soother positioned at a
low volume, they will be able to ignore distracting noises, and improve their relaxation.
Press
SOOTHER
To select Sound Soother mode.
Use the soother switch
To select Sound Soother sound.
The Sound Soother® will turn off when the alarm sounds, but it cannot be used as an alarm.
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CD PLAYER CONTROLS
WHEN CD IS PLAYING:
Press to select either single track repeat,
or entire CD replay.
WHEN CD IS NOT PLAYING:
Press to forward or reverse
track selection by 1 .
WHEN CD IS NOT PLAYING:
Press to toggle between random
and regular play order .
WHEN CD IS PLAYING:
Press and release to forward
or reverse track selection by 1.
WHEN CD IS NOT PLAYING:
Press to begin playing CD or
CD program.
WHEN CD IS PLAYING:
Press to toggle between pause
and play.
Press to stop playing the CD
and to indicate completion
when programming .
Press and hold to scan forward
or backward within the track
that is playing.
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CD PLAYER ADVANCED FEATURES
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The CD player can be accessed by pressing on the side and lifting it open. This cover
must be closed to operate the CD player.
REPEAT/AUTO-REPLAY:
Press MODE, while the unit is playing, to toggle through the repeat
feature. A “1” on the display indicates a single track replay. An
“ALL” on the display indicates continuous replay for the entire
CD. Pressing one more time cancels the repeat/replay program.
RANDOM PLAY:
Press MODE, while the unit is stopped, until the display indicates
“RND”. Press play to begin. The CD will now play in random order.
PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK:
Press MODE, while the unit is stopped, until the display indicates
“PROGRAM”. Select a track to play by using the FORWARD or REVERSE
buttons. Program the selected track by pressing MODE. Continue
until all desired tracks have been selected and programmed. Press
stop when selections are complete and to end programming.
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INTERNATIONAL AND SLEEP TIMER FEATURES
Press the MODE button
Until the temperature flashes.
Press UP or DOWN
Selects Fahrenheit or Celsius.
Change the AM scanning rate from 10kHz (US) to 9kHz (European) by pressing MODE
until the main display flashes the current setting (either 9 or 10). Press UP or DOWN to
change the selection.
Use the sleep timer to fall asleep to the Sound Soother,
radio or CD. The selected audio will automatically shut
off after the programmed time.
To operate the timer: Press the sleep button to activate
the timer for 15 minutes, each additional press will add
a fixed number of minutes to the timer. The timer can
not be set for more than 60 minutes.
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MODEL:SI735
WARNING:
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE:
This product complies with DHHS Rule 21 subchapter J at date of manufacture. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician
for assistance.
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WARRANTY
We warrant to the original user that this product shall be free from all defects in material or workmanship
for one year from the date of purchase. This warranty does not apply to any product which has been
subject to abuse, misuse, negligence or accident, nor does it apply to any batteries which may be
supplied with the product. Defects caused by tampering, unauthorized alterations or repairs are not
covered by this warranty. We may elect to replace the entire unit, at no extra cost to you, with the
same model or a similar model rather than repair it.
If a defect covered by this warranty should occur, return the product along with proof of purchase, a check
or money order for $5.00 to cover shipping and handling, and a brief explanation of the problem to:
TSI - Returns Department
2901-A West 60th Street
Little Rock, AR 72209
We have found through experience that if a product uses batteries, many of the problems thought
to be product defects are simply caused by weak batteries. To save any unnecessary inconvenience, we encourage you to try replacement batteries before you return the product. Please feel free
to call our customer service representatives at 1-800-344-5555 with any questions.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other legal rights that vary from state
to state.
Copyright 2002
Sharper Image Corporation
San Francisco
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