One Flow User Guide (English-only)

One Flow User Guide (English-only)
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Pure Warranty Statement for Australia
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This statement replaces any reference to warranty which may be contained elsewhere
within this manual
What do you need to do now?
Option 1: You can register your purchase on-line at https://www.pure.com/au/
register/register.asp
Option 2: Or you can do nothing other than keep your proof of purchase as evidence
of your purchase date. This proof of purchase would need to be presented if warranty
service was ever required.
If you have any questions about your warranty you can call us toll free .... 1800 988
268
What’s covered by this warranty?
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•Replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear
•Products with serial number defacement, modification or removal
•Water damage or corrosion caused by dampness
•Any damage or deterioration due to shipment
•Any product which has been subjected to misuse, abuse or accident
Australian consumers — The benefits to the consumer given by this express
warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies of the consumer under a law in
relation to the goods or services to which this warranty relates. Our goods come
with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law, You
are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for
any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the
goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure
does not amount to a major failure.
Pure is distributed and supported in Australia by PIONEER ELECTRONICS
AUSTRALIA PTY LTD, 5 ARCO LANE, HEATHERTON, VICTORIA, 3202
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•Pure agrees to refund, repair or replace, at your election, without charge to you,
any part found to be defective during the warranty period.
•If equipment has been used according to its accompanying instruction manual
and is used in a domestic situation, a two year warranty period applies (excludes
rechargeable ChargePAK where fitted. A one year warranty period applies to all
ChargePAKs).
How do you make your claim?
Call 1800 988 268 for instructions on how to return your Pure product for warranty
service or go to http://support.pure.com/au/ and complete the contact us form.
What’s NOT covered by this warranty?
Under this express warranty Pure will not be liable for loss or damage of any kind
whatsoever, whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or otherwise.
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Thank you for choosing One Flow. This wireless music and
radio system brings a world of listening simply and easily
within your reach. You can use it to enjoy music streamed
wirelessly from your iOS or Android device or from your PC
or Mac; to listen to any internet, digital or FM radio station;
and to play thousands of podcasts, on-demand radio
programmes and evocative ambient sounds.
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Important Safety Instructions
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1. Read these instructions – All the safety and operating instructions should be read before this product is
operated.
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2. Keep these instructions – The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, stoves, or other apparatus that produce heat.
9. Only use attachments and accessories specified by the manufacturer.
10. Unplug the apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
11. Do not use the mains adapter outdoors.
12. Be aware of volume levels when using headphones, excessive volume can damage your hearing.
13. Cease use immediately if apparatus exhibits any signs of mechanical damage, excessive temperature,
swelling or splitting.
14. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (or back) as there are no user-serviceable parts
inside. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
15. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or
plug is damaged, or the apparatus does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Copyright
Copyright 2012 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.
Trademarks
One Flow, ChargePAK, 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 3 June 2012.
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 authorized by us.
Please visit www.pure.com/register to 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 at the rear of this manual.
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.
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Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
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5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
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4. Follow all instructions – All operating and use instructions should be followed.
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3. Heed all warnings – All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
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Contents
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Using Pure FlowServer
Using Windows Media Player
Listening to streamed tracks on One
Flow
13 Listening to digital radio
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Changing digital stations
Searching for digital stations
Storing a preset
Listening to a preset
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or Mac
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Connecting to the internet
Listening to internet radio
Listening to other internet content
Pure Music
Pure Tag
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Setting an alarm
Setting the sleep timer
Setting the kitchen timer
Cancelling a sounding alarm or timer
Snoozing a sounding alarm
Changing the alarm snooze time
Cancelling a snoozing alarm
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Internet listening via the Pure
Lounge
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15 Setting alarms and timers
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Getting started
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Quick start
5Controls
6Connectors
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Switching between Sleep, Standby and
On
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Screen icons
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16 Options and settings
16 Pure Lounge settings
16Autotune
16 FM settings
16 Media player settings
17 Display options
17 Setting the clock
17 Changing the language shown on the
display
18 Upgrading One Flow
18 Standby settings
18 Changing the radio name
19 Network settings
20 Using an optional ChargePAK
21 Help and advice
22Specifications
14 Listening to FM radio
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Storing a preset
Listening to a preset
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Getting started
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Quick start
Extend the aerial and insert the connector of the supplied power adapter into the 5.5V DC
input on the rear of One Flow. Plug the adapter into the power supply. Pure is displayed briefly
on-screen.
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Choose your display language (English, French, German or Italian) by turning the Select dial
to highlight the language you want. Push the Select dial in to confirm your choice. Repeat this
process to select the time zone and region closest to you.
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The audio source screen is displayed, showing the following options. Turn the Select dial to
highlight and press to select from:
Digital radio
See page 13
See page 8
The Lounge (internet content)
See page 12
Media player
FM radioSee page 14
Auxiliary input
See page 6
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Note: If you have a ChargePAK E1 rechargeable battery (sold separately) fit it now before plugging in One
Flow. See page 20 for more information.
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Controls
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No.
Control
Description
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Home
Press to return to the audio source screen.
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Volume dial
Turn to adjust volume. Push to mute and un-mute.
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Contextsensitive
buttons
Press the button that corresponds to the function shown on screen that you
want to use.
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Select dial
Turn to navigate menus, stations or options, push to select an item. Push to
pause a media track or podcast.
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Back
Press to go back to the previous screen.
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Press to switch One Flow between Sleep, Standby
and On. See below for more information.
Note: If One Flow is being powered by ChargePAK
E1, pressing Standby will switch One Flow off.
Mini USB socket
For software updates and Pure Mini USB
Ethernet adapter.
3.5mm stereo headphone socket
Aux in
You can use One Flow to listen to music
stored on an iPod or other portable music
player. You will need a suitable 3.5mm to
3.5mm auxiliary lead (not supplied).
Switching between Sleep, Standby and On
One Flow has three power modes, Standby, Sleep and On. In Standby, One Flow uses minimal power.
In Sleep mode, One Flow remains connected to the wireless network (once attached) and is ready to
stream music using Pure Stream. See page 11 for more information.
To enter Sleep mode, press Standby.
To enter Standby mode, press and hold Standby.
Once in Sleep/Standby mode, press Standby to switch to On.
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Standby
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Connectors
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Icons
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Source
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Screen icons
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Buzz FM
Live from The Hive!
Presets
Source
DR Digital radio
The Lounge (internet content)
Options
Icons
Volume level
Mute
MP Media player
Alarm/timer set indicators
FM FM
Clock
AUX Auxiliary input
ChargePAK battery level*
Pure Stream
Stereo signal
Signal strength (Digital, FM or Wi-Fi)
Ethernet connection active
Ethernet connection lost
*ChargePAK E1 sold separately.
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Internet listening via the Pure Lounge
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The Pure Lounge is an online media portal that provides you with quick and easy access to thousands
of internet radio stations, on-demand programmes, podcasts and ambient sounds. You can enjoy all this
content on your One Flow, on smartphones and tablets running the Pure Lounge app, and on the Pure
Lounge website.
Connecting to the internet
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Enter key or password
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
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Delete
Save
Using your wireless network
1.Press Home and select The Lounge from the audio source
screen. One Flow will scan for wireless networks and show
them in a list.
2.
Select your network. If your network requires a key, follow steps
3-4.
3.
Enter your network key or password by turning and pressing
the Select dial to highlight and select characters. Select sp to
insert a space. Press More... for lower-case; press it again for
symbols. Press Delete to remove the last character.
More...
4.Press Save to finish. One Flow will connect to your network.
Helpful hint: Your Wi-Fi key is case sensitive, make sure to enter it
exactly as shown.
Using an Ethernet connection
100Mbps
LAN
USB
You can also connect One Flow to the internet using the optional
Pure Mini USB Ethernet adapter.
To use the Pure Mini USB Ethernet adapter, connect your network
cable to the adapter, then connect the adapter to the mini USB
socket on your One Flow. You will then need to select the Ethernet
network option (see page 19). The adapter USB light comes on
and a connection to your network is made automatically.
The Ethernet connection status is shown on screen (see page 7).
Note: Ethernet connection is only possible when mains power is
connected.
Listening to internet radio
My favourites♥
Live Radio
Listen again
Podcasts
Pure Sounds
The Lounge home screen
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Thousands of radio stations around the world broadcast online. To
listen, select The Lounge (internet content) from the audio source
screen. Your One Flow will tune to the last station you listened to or
show you the stations list. Turn the Select dial to enter the Lounge
home screen. Select Live Radio to see a list of currently available
internet stations. Use the Select dial to browse the list and push to
tune in. You can add a station to your Favourites by pressing Add.
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After connecting One Flow to your network, you can register your radio on the Pure Lounge website. We
recommend registering your radio and Pure Lounge favourites and access subscription services like Pure
Music and Pure Tag.
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To access the Pure Lounge on One Flow, you will need to connect One Flow to your network. See below
for more information.
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Browsing Pure Sounds
Listening to other internet content
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Wooden lock
Accoustic guitar (E,A,D...
Active daytime birds
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Station search screen
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Clear
Lounge
Press Search when browsing the station list to search for stations by
Name, Genre, Country, Language, Quality (sound quality), or any
combination of these. Use the Select dial to set your options and
press Go to see the list of results.
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Clear all
[All]
[Classical]
[Netherlands]
[Dutch]
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Name
Genre
Country
Language
Quality
Press Home and select The Lounge from the audio source screen,
then one of the following content types:
Listen again
Some stations offer a listen again service, letting you catch up with
anything you might have missed. These archived radio programs are
available to listen to for a set period of time after the live broadcast.
Podcasts
Podcasts are prerecorded audio shows on a wide variety of subjects
such as comedy, arts, business, and culture, for you to enjoy anytime.
Pure Sounds
Our library of evocative ambient sounds, including birdsong,
cityscapes, and waves on shore.
Creating a Pure Lounge account
To create a Pure Lounge account and register your One Flow you’ll
need:
www.thelounge.com
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n e-mail address. We’ll need to send you a couple of e-mails
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and you won’t be able to complete the process without access
to them.
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Your One Flow’s serial number. You can find this on the back of
the unit.
To create a Pure Lounge account:
Optional registration at
www.thelounge.com adds
advanced features to your
radio. Register now?
Yes
Later
Never
QPZKE
Enter registration code
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Open your internet browser.
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Go to www.thelounge.com.
3.
Click Log in, then Create account and follow the instructions
on-screen.
Register your One Flow on the Pure Lounge
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og in to the Pure Lounge and click My Account and select
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Devices. You’ll see your registration code.
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From Lounge settings on your radio, select Register with the
Lounge to enter your code. Use the Select dial to highlight and
select characters; press Delete to erase characters; and press
Save to finish.
Congratulations! You’ve registered your One Flow on the Pure Lounge.
The favourites you’ve created on the Pure Lounge will be visible on
your One Flow, and those you’ve created on One Flow will appear on
the Pure Lounge.
More...
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Pure Music
Accessing Pure Music on One Flow
1.Press Home and select The Lounge from the audio source screen.
Turn and press the Select dial to select Pure Music.
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Turn and press the Select dial to select one of the following options:
My Tracks: Select this option to access the tracks that you have purchased from the Pure Lounge.
Catalogue: Select this option to browse or search the complete Pure Music catalogue on your One
Flow.
By playlist: Select this option to listen to playlists created by you at www.thelounge.com.
Pure Tag
The Pure Tag service can be used to identify, bookmark and purchase tracks that are playing on a digital,
FM or internet radio station. In addition to accessing your favourite music tracks, the Pure Tag service
also automatically back catalogues any music by similar artists that you might be interested in, allowing
you to explore something completely new or rediscover forgotten favourites.
Note: To access your tagged tracks list, you will need to log in to your Pure Lounge account at www.
thelounge.com.
1. Press the Tag button.
2.
One Flow will identify the name of the song that is being played and allow you to buy it (or stream it if
you have Pure Music).
Note: To use the Pure Tag service, your One Flow will need to be connected to your network and you will
need a Pure Lounge account. See page 9 for more information on setting up a Pure Lounge account.
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Pure Music is only available in certain countries. Please see http://www.thelounge.com for details.
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Pure Music is a cloud-based on-demand subscription service that gives you instant access to millions of
music tracks.
Pure Music enables you to find and play as many tracks and albums as you want on multiple devices,
including Pure’s wide range of wireless music and radio systems, PCs and Macs via the Pure Lounge
website, and smartphones running the free Pure Lounge app.
Pure Music also incorporates Pure Tag, a unique, free, tagging service which lets you identify radio
and on-demand tracks on your One Flow, and bookmark them for easy access. With a Pure Music
subscription you can play tagged tracks on all your Pure wireless music and radio systems and use the
Pure Lounge website’s powerful search function to find and listen to other tracks by the same artist,
explore related podcasts and discover music by similar artists.
You can also use the Pure Lounge website to organise tracks or albums by dragging and dropping them
into playlists which are synchronised across all your Pure Music listening devices. You can also share
your playlists using Facebook and Twitter
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Streaming your music from an iOS or
Android device
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iOS Pure Lounge App
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The Pure Stream feature enables you to use the Pure Lounge App to
stream music stored on your smartphone or tablet to a Pure Stream
compatible Pure wireless music and radio system. You can also
use it to control the Pure Lounge content (internet radio stations,
on-demand radio programmes, podcasts and music from the Pure
Music subscription service) playing on your wireless music and radio
system.
To use the Pure Stream feature on One Flow, you will need to
download the Pure Lounge App on your smartphone or tablet from
the App Store or Google Play.
Pure Stream is controlled entirely from the Lounge App. Please see
the help supplied with the app if you need further details of how to
use it.
Android Pure Lounge App
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Streaming music from a PC or Mac
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FlowServer enables you to play music streamed from your computer on your One Flow. It is available for
Microsoft® Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Apple® Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard.
To download a copy of FlowServer:
1. Go to the Pure Lounge website, www.thelounge.com.
2. Click the Downloads link at the bottom of the page.
4. Choose the version of Pure FlowServer that’s suitable for your computer.
Entering your license key
When you install FlowServer, or on first start up (depending on your operating system) you will be asked
to enter a license key. You can find your FlowServer key by logging into the Pure Lounge, clicking My
Account and selecting Devices. Your key will be listed in the table alongside your radio.
For a step-by-step guide to installing and setting up FlowServer, please visit our support website at:
http://support.pure.com.
Using Windows Media Player
For a step-by-step guide to setting up One Flow with Windows Media Player, please visit our support
website at: http://support.pure.com.
Listening to streamed tracks on One Flow
1. Press Home and turn and press the Select dial to choose Media player from audio source screen.
2. Turn and press the Select dial to choose the media player (FlowServer or Windows Media Player)
that you want to stream music from.
3. Turn and press the Select dial to navigate and select the track or playlist.
Playing/pausing audio playback
Press the Select dial to pause/play a track that is playing on One Flow.
Seeking within a track
While paused, you can hold down the
and
buttons to seek within the track.
Skipping backwards and forwards between tracks
If you are streaming audio on One Flow from a media server, you can press the
skip back/forward between tracks.
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Using Pure FlowServer
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You can stream music stored on your computer or on a UPnP-compatible Network Attached Storage
(NAS) device to One Flow. To stream music from your computer you will need to install media server
software on it.
We recommend that you download our Pure FlowServer software from www.thelounge.com.
Alternatively, you can use another media server, such as Windows® Media Player 11.
For help with downloading and installing FlowServer, for both Mac and PC, or on setting up Windows
Media Player as a server, follow our step-by-step guides at http://support.pure.com.
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Listening to digital radio
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Options
Digital radio screen
Absolute Radio
Absolute Rad 00s
Absolute Rad 60s
Absolute Rad 70s
Absolute Rad 90s
OK
A-Z
Changing digital radio station
Select starting character
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
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Searching for digital radio
station
Store
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urn the Select dial left or right to browse through the list of
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available digital stations.
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Push the Select dial to change the station.
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Presets
Changing digital stations
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Now playing: Juicy Fruit
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Extend the aerial, then press Home and select Digital radio from the audio source screen. The first time
you select digital radio, One Flow will perform an autotune to find all available stations and will tune into
one when finished.
Searching for digital stations
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Turn the Select dial left or right.
2.
Press A-Z to open the search option.
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urn and press the Select dial to select the first letter of the
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radio station that you want to listen to.
4.
Push the Select dial to change the station.
Storing a preset
Tune to the station you want to store as a preset and press Presets.
Turn the Select dial to highlight a preset number between 1 and 30.
Press Store to store the preset. (You can replace existing presets).
Listening to a preset
Press Presets, select the station that you want to recall and press
Listen, or push the Select dial.
Empty 1
Empty 2
BBC Radio 6Music
Empty 4
Empty 5
OK
Selecting a preset
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Listening to FM radio
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Listening to a preset
Press Presets, select the station that you want to recall and press
Listen, or push the Select dial.
Store
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Empty 2
BUZZ FM
Empty 4
Empty 5
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Options
Tune to the station you want to store as a preset and press Presets.
Turn the Select dial to highlight a preset number between 1 and 10.
Press Store to store the preset. (You can replace existing presets).
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Storing a preset
Seek tune
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Extend the aerial, then press Home and select FM radio from the audio source screen. Turn the Select
dial to seek to the next or previous FM station.
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Setting alarms and timers
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One Flow has two alarms and two types of timers (kitchen and sleep). To set an alarm or a timer up, press
Options and select Alarm or timer.
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A set alarm is indicated by
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rom the Alarm or timer menu, turn and press the Select dial to select either Alarm 1 settings or
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Alarm 2 settings and press Edit.
Turn and press the Select dial to turn the alarm On or Off.
Turn the Select dial to adjust the hours and press to confirm. Repeat to set the minutes.
Turn the Select dial to set the days the alarm sounds. Choose between Once only, Daily,
Weekdays, Weekends, Every Saturday and Every Sunday then press the Select dial to confirm.
Turn the Select dial to set the alarm type. Choose between Lounge station, Digital radio, FM radio
or Tone then press the Select dial to confirm.
If you’ve set the alarm type as Lounge station, Digital radio or FM radio, turn the Select dial to
choose between Last tuned (last station tuned to) or select a favourite Lounge station or digital and
FM preset if you have any saved.
Turn the Select dial to change the alarm volume and press to confirm.
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Setting an alarm
in the icon bar.
Note: Any alarms that are set will not go off if One Flow is being powered by a ChargePAK.
Setting the sleep timer
The sleep timer switches your radio into standby/sleep after a specified amount of time. From the Alarm
or timer menu, select Sleep timer. Use the Select dial to adjust the length of the sleep timer in 15 minute
steps from 15 mins to 1 hour 30 mins. Press Save to store.
in the icon bar.
A set sleep timer is indicated by
Setting the kitchen timer
The kitchen timer sounds a beeping tone after a set period of time.
From the Alarm or timer menu select Kitchen timer and use the Select dial to adjust the length of time.
Press Mins to toggle between minutes and hours. Press Save to confirm.
A set kitchen timer is indicated by
in the icon bar.
Cancelling a sounding alarm or timer
To cancel a sounding alarm or timer, push either the Select or Volume dial. A sounding alarm will
automatically cancel after 1 hour.
Note: Pushing the Volume dial will not cancel a tone alarm.
Warning: When powered by ChargePAK E1, pressing Standby switches the radio off and any set alarm or
timer will not sound.
Snoozing a sounding alarm
Tap the Snooze button to snooze a sounding alarm for the specified time (default 9 minutes).
Changing the alarm snooze time
From the Alarm or timer menu, select Snooze time. Use the Select dial to adjust the duration of the
snooze from 5 to 15, then either 20/25/30/40 minutes, or 1 hour.
Cancelling a snoozing alarm
To cancel a snoozing alarm push either the Select or Volume dial.
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Options and settings
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Pure Lounge settings
Register with the Pure Lounge
Enter your Pure Lounge registration code if you haven’t already done so.
Autotune
The Autotune option scans all digital frequencies for stations and automatically adds any new digital radio
stations and removes any inactive ones. This option is only available if listening to digital radio. Press
Options, then select Autotune.
FM settings
These settings are only available when listening to FM radio. Press Options, then select FM settings.
FM tuning
To change the way the Select dial works, choose Seek tune or Manual tune.
Seek tune: Automatically tunes to the next station with a strong signal.
Manual tune: Tunes up or down in steps of 0.5MHz.
FM stereo
Switch between receiving FM stations in Mono (default) or Stereo. If listening with headphones, you may
want to change this setting to stereo.
Media player settings
These settings are only available when listening to the Media player source. Press Options, then select
Media player settings.
Repeat
Select the repeat type.
Off (default): Tracks are played until the end of the current album, folder, playlist or search results.
All: Continuously repeats the current album, folder, playlist, or your search results.
Track: Repeats the current track.
Shuffle
Select the order that tracks in the current album, folder, playlist or search results are played:
Off (default): Tracks play in the order that they are displayed on-screen.
On: Tracks play in random order.
Media server
View technical details about your current media server or re-scan for alternative servers:
Current details: Turn the Select dial to view information about the Media server, including the media
server name, the software version, the IP address and the port number.
Scan for servers: Re-scans for new servers on the network.
Network settings
The network settings menu, which allows you to configure your network, is available when listening to
Media player or the Pure Lounge.
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Select Clear favourites to remove all stations/podcasts/Pure Sounds from your favourites list, as well as
from the Pure Lounge if your radio is connected.
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These settings are only available when listening to the Pure Lounge. Press Options, then select The
Lounge settings.
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Display options
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Digital/FM radio
Scrolling text: Text information broadcast by the current station. May include song titles, program
details, news, etc.
Reception info: Displays the current frequency and signal strength.
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Different information displays are available for each audio source:
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Adjust display settings, such as screen duration and the information displayed while you are listening to
each source. Press Options then Display to open the menu.
Time and date: Displays the current time and date.
The Lounge
Description: Broadcast by the current station. May include song titles and program details.
Location and Genre: Information about the current station, e.g., US Rock.
Time offset: Most stations will be live streams, but otherwise displays how far into a broadcast the
station is.
Wi-Fi signal strength: Displays a bar indicating the current Wi-Fi signal strength.
Station URL: Displays the URL address of the current station.
Time and date: Displays the date with a full-screen clock (as in standby mode).
Media player
Track info: Displays artist and album information (id3 tags).
Time offset/duration: Displays a progress bar and timers indicating the current track position.
Wi-Fi signal strength: Displays a bar indicating the current Wi-Fi signal strength.
Time and date: Displays the date with a full-screen clock (as in standby mode).
Active and Standby backlight
You can adjust the duration that the screen is illuminated when switched on or in standby. Select Active
backlight to adjust the display settings that apply when the radio is switched on or Standby backlight to
adjust the display settings that apply when your radio is in standby. Choose from Always on or Off after
7 seconds.
Setting the clock
The clock will automatically set itself using your digital radio signal, FM radio signal or your network.
However, if you cannot receive an updated time signal, or see the message ‘Time not available’, you
can manually set the time and date. To set up the time and date manually:
1. P
ress Options and turn and press the Select dial to select Alarm or timer.
2. T
urn and press the Select dial to select Set clock.
3. T
urn and press the Select dial to adjust the time and date.
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to move to the previous or next setting.
4. P
ress
5. Press Save when you have finished setting up the time and date.
Changing the language shown on the display
To switch the display language between English, French, German and Italian:
1. P
ress Options and turn and press the Select dial to select Additional settings.
2. T
urn and press the Select dial to to select Language.
3. T
urn and press the Select dial to set the display language.
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Upgrading One Flow
To upgrade using a USB cable (when a network is not available)
Contact Pure technical support (http://support.pure.com) for information on how to upgrade One Flow
to the latest version of software.
Warning: Do not switch off One Flow while it is updating.
Standby settings
The clock will automatically set itself using your network. However, if you cannot receive an updated time
signal, or see the message ‘Time not available’, you can manually set the time and date. To set up the
time and date manually:
1. T
ap Options and turn and press the Select dial to select Alarm or timer.
2. T
urn and press the Select dial to adjust the time and date.
or
to move to the previous or next setting.
3. P
ress
4. Tap Save when you have finished setting up the time and date.
Changing the radio name
Your One Flow is assigned a name. This name is used so that you can find your radio easily when using
the Pure Lounge website to manage your listening. This name is also used to identify One Flow as an
available speaker in Pure Stream. By default this name is My One Flow, but here you can change this to
anything you like to make it more memorable. Select Change radio name. The current name is at the
top of the screen. Enter a new name and press Save to confirm.
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1. T
ap Options, select Additional settings.
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urn and press the Select dial to to select Upgrade.
3. Y
our radio will search for any available updates. If an update is available the message New version
available: vX.X will appear on screen (X.X is the version number, i.e. v2.1).
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ap OK to download and install the new software. This can take up to 5 minutes.
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Software updates may be issued in the future to provide new features and functions We recommend
using automatic software updates for your One Flow, which are delivered via the Wi-Fi connection. If
a software update is available, One Flow will display a message asking if you would like to install the
software update.
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Press Options from either The Lounge or Media player, then select Network settings to view options for
configuring your network connection.
Displays your wireless network configuration details.
Network name (SSID)
Encryption method (WEP, WPA or WPA2)
IP address
Network mask
DNS IP address
Router IP address
Radio MAC address
Access point MAC address
Manual setup
Manually configure your wireless network settings (for advanced users only).
Retry connection: Attempts to reconnect to the selected network.
Network name: Scan for networks or Enter SSID manually to specify a new SSID for your wireless
network.
Encryption mode: Change the encryption mode between WEP, WPA (PSK), WPA2 (PSK) or None.
One Flow automatically detects the mode for your network. Only change this setting if you think the
encryption mode is incorrect.
Key or password: Enter a new encryption key or password.
IP address: Choose between DHCP (dynamic) or Static.
Clear network settings
One Flow will delete all previous Wi-Fi connections, passwords and settings and perform a fresh scan for
available networks.
Select network type
Choose between Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection. This will reset One Flow’s network connection type.
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Using an optional ChargePAK
1.
Switch your One Flow off and disconnect it from the power supply.
2.Open the battery compartment and push the ChargePAK connector plug into the socket in the
compartment. Line up the ridges on the plug with the slots in the socket. Do not force the plug.
3.
Insert ChargePAK into the battery compartment.
4.
Replace the battery door and connect your product to a power outlet.
5.ChargePAK will begin charging. When charging your ChargePAK for the first time or after an
extended period of inactivity we recommend that you charge it for around 24 hours to ensure full
battery power.
Note: It is normal for your ChargePAK to get warm, especially during charging. Your ChargePAK will give
years of trouble-free use under normal circumstances, but like all rechargeable batteries its efficiency will
gradually reduce with age.
Important: One Flow can only be powered with a Pure ChargePAK E1 and is not compatible with any
other batteries, either disposable or rechargeable, or any other ChargePAK model.
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Installing a ChargePAK
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Because it’s rechargeable ChargePAK is much cheaper than regular batteries. It’s also more eco-friendly
because it reduces the amount of toxic substances sent to landfill. And, because it’s a fit-and-forget
solution that charges whenever your radio is connected to the power outlet, it’s much more convenient
than standard rechargeable batteries.
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ChargePAK makes your Pure radio truly portable, so you can enjoy the programmes you love in the garden
or at the beach.
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Help and advice
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• Your radio can’t connect to wireless networks that are access controlled, such as office networks,
without a WEP, WPA or WPA2 key or password.
• Your radio needs to be positioned within the range of your wireless network, which will be reduced if
there are walls between your router and radio. Although One Flow is very good at picking up wireless
networks, the strength of the Wi-Fi signal will vary depending on your router and the surrounding
environment. If One Flow fails to find your wireless network, or the signal drops off, move the radio
closer to the router.
• Unless your wireless network is ‘open’ (this is generally not recommended due to the risk of
unauthorised access), make sure you have your WEP, WPA or WPA2 key to hand.
• If you also experience trouble connecting to your network with the Ethernet adapter, check your
internet connection using a computer. If this is OK, try restarting your modem.
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Screen displays ‘Station not available’
• If a station will not play, tell us about the problem at the ‘Contact us’ page at the Pure Lounge, or visit
http://support.pure.com for more help.
Media player is not working
• To share your music files with your radio you need to download and install FlowServer from www.
thelounge.com (available as a free download when you join the Lounge).
• Make sure that your computer is switched on.
• Your radio cannot play files which are restricted by Digital Rights Management (DRM).
• Make sure your music files are saved as a supported file format: MP2, MP3, WMA4, WMA7, WMA8,
WMA9, AAC (including .m4a) or Real Audio.
Note: Visit http://support.pure.com for further help, step-by-step guides, and downloads.
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Specifications
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Digital, FM and internet (via Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection).
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Radio 802.11b and 802.11g supported with WEP and WPA/WPA2 encryption. 0.5 MB broadband speed recommended.
Audio codecs supported include WMA (Standard V9), AAC, MP3, MP2, Real Audio (cook). Media streaming requires UPnP server or PC/MAC running UPnP server software (supplied upon registration to www.thelounge.com).
Speaker 3.5" full range driver.
Input connectors
5.5V DC power adaptor socket (adapter supplied). 3.5mm Line-in for auxiliary devices. USB (mini-AB type) for product updates (also available over Wi-Fi) or optional mini USB Ethernet adapter.
Output connectors
3.5mm stereo out.
Presets 30 digital radio, 10 FM radio and unlimited internet radio favourites (requires registration at www.thelounge.com).
Display Graphical LCD. 128 x 64 pixels. Green LED backlight.
Mains power supply
100-240V, 50/60Hz 5.5V DC external power adapter.
ChargePAK
Power consumption Pure ChargePAK E1 rechargeable battery pack (available separately).
Standby: 2W, Active: 2.5W.
Approvals
Compliant with the EMC and Low Voltage Directives (2004/108/EC and
2006/95/EC). ETSI EN 300 401 compliant.
Australian C-Tick N1600 and Electrical Safety.
Dimensions 147 mm high x 207 mm wide x 80 mm deep
Weight
0.65 kg
Warranty
Comprehensive two year warranty.
Disposal of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product should not be
treated as household waste. Instead it should be handed over to a suitable collection point
for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed
of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and
human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this
product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed
information about recycling of this product, please contact your local council office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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www.pure.com
www.thelounge.com
www.facebook.com/pure
Pure UK Headquarters
Imagination Technologies Ltd.
Home Park Estate
Kings Langley
Herts, WD4 8LZ
United Kingdom
www.pure.com
http://support.pure.com
Pure Australasia Pty Ltd
PO Box 5049
Wonga Park
Victoria 3115
Australia
sales.au@pure.com
http://support.pure.com/au
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