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ROCKA
MODEL: ROCKA
PORTABLE DAB & FM RADIO
USER MANUAL
1
Welcome
2
Your Portable DAB Radio
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
In The Box
Top View
Side View
Rear View
3
Quick Setup
3.1 Connect Rocka to power supply
3.2 Power on Rocka
4
Features
POWER ON/OFF button
4.1 Switch Power On/Off
PRESET button
DAB/FM button
4.2 Switching to DAB/FM Mode
MENU/INFO button
TUNING/VOLUME dial
4.3 Tune + – dial
4.4 Volume + – dial
5
Troubleshooting
6
Technical Specifications
7
Customer Support
4.5 Storing Presets
4.6 View Program Information
4.7 DAB Full Scan & Manual Tune
4.8 System Menu
1 Welcome
Thank you for choosing a Goodmans product. We’ve been
making electronics for the British people for over 70 years.
Each of our products has been carefully designed to be
great at what it does and this one is no exception. We hope
you enjoy your new Rocka DAB Digital Radio.
2 Your Portable DAB Radio
2.1
In The Box
Carefully remove your Rocka from the box.
Inside the box you will find:
• Rocka Portable DAB Radio
• Micro USB cable
• USB Mains adapter
• Quick Start Guide
• Guarantee Booklet
If any of these items are missing contact customer support.
Visit: www.goodmans.co.uk/support.
Mains Power
Your Portable DAB Radio requires a mains supply of 230V AC ~
50Hz. Please ensure that your mains supply is compatible before
use.
Position of Rocka
Place on a flat, stable surface that is not subject to vibrations.
Avoid the following locations:
• Where it is exposed to direct sunlight
• Where it is close to heat radiating sources
• Where the humidity is high and ventilation is poor
• Where it is dusty
Adjusting the Aerial
Fully extend the aerial to ensure good reception in both DAB and
FM Radio modes. It may be necessary to alter the position of the
DAB Digital Radio and/or the aerial to achieve the best signal.
Using Headphones
Headphones require a 3.5mm diameter stereo plug and an
impedance of 8-32 ohms. Headphones are not supplied with
Rocka.
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2.3
Side View
A Dial
Turn: volume/tuning/select control
Press: confirm
B Power On/Off button
Flick to turn Rocka on/off.
2.2
Top View
A
B
C DAB/FM button
Press to switch between DAB, FM
mode.
D Menu/Info button
Press to display menu options, or
display the station info.
E Preset 1
Press to select your favourite stored
stations.
C
D
E
F
G
H
F Preset 2
G Preset 3
H Preset 4
2.3
Rear View
I
K
Headphone socket
Used to connect headphones to
Rocka.
J Micro USB socket
Used to connect Rocka to the mains
power supply.
K Aerial
I
J
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3 Quick Setup
3.1
Connect Rocka to power supply
You can insert 4 x AA batteries into the battery compartment
of Rocka, or use provided USB cable and adapter to connect
Rocka to a power (mains) outlet.
1.Plug one end of the USB cable into the mains adapter, and
plug the other end into Rocka’s Micro USB socket.
2.Connect the USB mains adapter to a live AC power (mains)
outlet.
3.Raise and extend the aerial.
1
3.2
2
3
Power on Rocka
Turn Rocka on by simply rocking the Power On/Off button.
The first time the radio is switched on, it will start up in DAB mode
and automatically scan for the available stations.
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4 Features
POWER ON/OFF button
4.1
Switch Power On/Off
The Power On/Off switch is a rocker style switch.
1.To turn Rocka on, press the top of Power On/Off button.
2.To turn Rocka off, press the bottom of Power On/Off button.
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fig.1
The first time Rocka is turned on, it will start up DAB mode. It
will automatically scan for the available radio stations (fig.1).
When the scan is complete, Rocka will select the first available
station. Stations are listed in alphanumeric order.
The station list is retained in memory so the next time you switch
Rocka on, the station search does not take place.
If there are no stations found, check that adequate DAB coverage
exists in your area.
DAB/FM button
4.2
Switching to DAB/FM Mode
The first time Rocka is switched on, it will start up in DAB
mode
1.If Rocka is in DAB mode, press the DAB/FM button to
switch to FM mode. FM text will be shown on the display.
2.Once in FM mode, your Rocka will tune to the start of the
available FM range (87.50MHz) or the last FM station (fig.2).
fig.2
TUNING/VOLUME dial
4.3
Tuning + – dial
1.DAB mode: to select DAB stations, press and turn the dial
clockwise or anti-clockwise to navigate between the
available DAB stations. Press the dial to listen to the selected
station. To manually tune DAB stations, please refer to 4.7.
2.FM mode: to seek FM stations, press and turn the dial
clockwise or anti-clockwise to seek to the next available
station. To manually tune FM stations, press the dial again
and turn to manually adjust the frequency by 0.05MHz
steps.
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Volume + – dial
1.To increase the volume, turn the dial clockwise (fig.3).
2.To decrease the volume, turn the dial anti-clockwise.
fig.3
PRESET buttons
4.5
Storing Presets
You can store 4 presets in DAB and 4 in FM mode.
1.To store a preset, select your desired radio station, then
press and hold one of the Preset buttons until the LCD
displays “Preset (number) stored” (fig.4).
2.To recall a station, just press the relevant preset number
button.
If you choose a preset that has not been allocated a station, then
“Empty” will be displayed.
fig.4
MENU/INFO button
4.6
View Program Information
1.DAB function: If Rocka is in DAB mode, press Menu/Info
button to select different info to show on the display: DLS
(Dynamic Label Segment), signal strength, program type,
ensemble, program frequency, bitrate codec, time and date.
2.FM function: If Rocka is in FM mode, press Menu/Info button
to select different info to show on the display: program
frequency, stereo/mono, radio text, program type, signal
strength, time and date.
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4.7
DAB Full Scan & Manual Tune
If Rocka is in DAB mode, press and hold the Menu/Info button to
enter the menu list. In the menu list you can set full scan, manual
tune and system.
Full Scan
Select this option to start full scan automatically.
1.Turn the dial to the <Full Scan> option.
2.Press the dial to confirm and full scan starts automatically
(fig.5).
3.Once a scan is completed, the radio will play the first station
on the station list.
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fig.5
if no radio station found, it shows “No DAB Station”. For a better
reception, extend the aerial or do the full scan again in another
place.
Manual Tune
Select this option to manually tune to a particular channel/
frequency. This can be useful for adjusting your aerial to achieve
the best possible reception and scanning a particular channel to
update the station list.
fig.6
1.Turn the dial to the <Manual Tune> option.
2.Press the dial to confirm.
3.Turn the dial to select a particular channel/frequency (fig.6).
4.Press the dial to confirm the setting.
The display shows a live indication of the received signal strength
on the selected frequency. Use this display to adjust your aerial to
the optimum signal strength.
4.8
System Menu
In both DAB and FM modes, press and hold the Menu/Info
button to enter the menu list. In the menu list you can set
backlight and language, reset to default setting, and S/W version.
Turn the dial to scroll through the selections and press to confirm.
An asterisk denotes the current setting where an adjustment is
available (fig.7).
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Backlight
Select this option to alter the timeout and brightness of the
backlight. The backlight can be adjusted for when Rocka is on.
1.Turn the dial to the <Backlight> menu.
2.Press the dial to confirm.
3.To set the timeout of backlight, turn the dial and press to
enter <Timeout> setting menu. Turn the dial to select < Off |
10sec | 20sec | 30sec | 45sec | 60sec | 90sec | 120sec |
180sec >, and press the dial to confirm (fig.7).
4.To set the brightness level, turn the dial and press to enter
<On Level> setting menu. Use the dial to select <Medium>,
<High> or <Low> brightness, and press the dial to confirm
(fig.8).
fig.7
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fig.8
Language
Select this option to change the language used for the menu
options.
1.Turn the dial to the <Language> menu.
2.Press the dial to confirm.
3.Turn the dial to select a language from below options <
English | Français | Deutsch | Italiano >, and press the dial to
confirm (fig.9).
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fig.9
Factory Reset
Select this option to clear all user defined settings, replacing them
with the original default values.
1.Turn the dial to the <Factory Reset> menu.
2.Press the dial to confirm.
3.Turn the dial to choose <Yes> and press the dial to start the
factory reset (fig.10).
fig.10
S/W Version (Software Version)
Select this option to display the current version of software in the
DAB digital radio.
1.Turn the dial to <S/W Version> menu.
2.Press the dial to display the current software version (fig.11).
fig.11
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5 Troubleshooting
Problem
What to do
There is no sound from my radio
1.Check that the volume is not set to the minimum.
2.Make sure that the radio has been able to locate
DAB/FM stations.
The display shows ‘NO SERVICES
AVAILABLE’ in DAB mode
1.Make sure that DAB coverage exists in your area.
2.Try adjusting the position of the aerial or location
of the radio.
Poor reception
1.As with any radio service, there will be areas of
weak signal that may cause poor reception.
2.Follow the instructions for Manual Tuning and
adjust the aerial while monitoring the signal
strength until the optimum signal is obtained. If
reception is still poor, try re-locating the radio to
another part of the room.
I cannot access secondary services
1.At the time of publishing this manual not many
secondary services are available in the UK.
2.This will increase as more DAB stations start
broadcasting. If a secondary service station is
available, the secondary indicator ‘>>’ will be
displayed next to the station name.
Some of the buttons on the DAB Digital
Radio are not working
1.This may be caused by electrostatic discharge.
2.Turn the Portable DAB Radio off, disconnect the
mains plug and reconnect after a few seconds.
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6 Technical Specification
Model Number
ROCKA
Power Supply
230V AC~50 Hz
4 x AA Batteries
Speaker Output Power
10W x 2
Frequency Range
FM: 87.5~108 MHz
DAB: 174~240 MHz
Max Power Consumption
5W
Dimensions
230mm (W) x 69mm (D) x 95mm (H)
7 Customer Support
Our customer service team is available for technical
or guarantee support, www.goodmans.co.uk/support.
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