iPod iPod Clock General controls Wake Fun
To achieve the utmost in enjoyment and performance, please read this
manual carefully before attempting to operate the unit in order to
familiarise yourself with its features,and assure you years of faithful,
trouble free performance and listening pleasure.
Important Notes
This safety and operating instruction manual should be retained for future
reference.Avoid installing the unit in locations described below:
-Places exposed to direct sunlight or close to heat radiating appliances
such as electric heaters.
-On top of other stereo equipment that radiate too much heat.
-Places locking ventilation or dusty places.
-Places subject to constant vibration.
-Humid or moist places.
-Make sure not to obstruct the ventilation openings.Operate tuning
controls and switches as instructed in the manual.
-Before turning on the power for the first time, make sure the power cord
is properly installed.
For safety reasons, do not remove any covers or attempt to gain access
to the inside of the product. Refer any servicing to qualified personnel.
Do not attempt to remove any screws,or open the casing of the unit; there
are no user serviceable parts inside, refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
GCR1875IP
CLOCK RADIO WITH IPOD DOCKING
It is important to read this instruction prior to using your
new product for the first time
ATTENTION
The owner's manual contains important operating and
maintenance instructions , for your safety. It is necessary
to refer to the manual.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRONICAL SHOCK,MATCH
WIDE BLADE PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Note: This unit will become warm when used for a long period of time. This is
normal and does not indicate a problem with the unit.
This unit includes micro-processors which may malfunction as a result of
external electrical inter-ference or noise.
If the unit is not working properly, disconnect the power source and then
reconnect it.
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT
REMOVE COVER( OR BACK), NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE,
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
General controls
Clock
Front view
To select radio, iPod or AUX mode
Side views
Display
Setting clock
To select the
radio frequency
To turn off the unit
(standby mode)
To select random
playback mode
To adjust
the volume
To select the
radio band
To select repeat
playback mode
To select the
display brightness
Universal dock for iPod®
(push to open or close)
To skip to the previous or next file,
to search backward or forward
Top view
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
Conductor dangerous voltage that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons is
present within this product's enclosure.
PressSET at the center to select adjusting the clock time,
wake time 1 or wake time 2. Rotate the knob to adjust
the clock time, wake time 1 or wake time 2.
Bottom view
FM wire aerial
AUX input jack
SLOW
Daylight saving time
button (refer to “Clock”)
SLOW
REV
FWD
SET
CLOCK/ALARM
To activate
Wake 1 settings
and changes
Wake 1 mode
FAST
Refer to “NAP function”
Refer to “Sleep function”
1. Press SET on the top of the
unit until the clock setting icon
flashes on the display.
2. Rotate the knob on the top of
the unit to set the clock time.
The time decrements or
increments follows by a faster
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob. The clock setting
icon
flashes when you are
setting the time. AM or PM
icon also shows beside the
time.
3. To save and exit the clock
setting, wait for about 5
seconds or press SET until the
clock setting , WAKE 1 or
WAKE 2 icon is off. The clock
time is now set.
Press and hold DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME button on the
bottom of the unit to turn on/ off
in areas observing/ not observing
such time change. The icon
shows on the display when
daylight saving time is active.
WARNING: Avoid playing with
this button when setting clock
or wake time.
Connecting your iPod
Adaptor number
Made for:
• iPod with video (30GB, 60GB,
80GB) 5th generation
• iPod photo (20GB U2 Special
Edition, 30GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB, 60GB) 4th
generation
• iPod (20GB, 20GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB) 4th generation
• iPod nano (2GB, 4GB, 8G) 1st,
2nd & 3rd generations
• iPod mini (4GB, 6GB) 1st &
2nd generations
• iPod touch
• iPod classic
Wake Function
Turn off the wake
function
• Silence the wake function
momentarily:
PressSNOOZE. The alarm will
sound again when the snooze
period is over.
OR
* For the latest iPod models,
please use the adapter provided
with your iPod.
• Disable the wake function
permanently:
PressWAKE 1 or WAKE 2
repeatedly until no
corresponding wake indicator
(e.g.
) shows on the
display.
1. Connect your auxiliary source
(e.g. mp3 player) to the AUX
input jack on the top of the
unit with an audio cable (not
supplied).
2. Press AUX to turn on the unit
or to switch to listen to AUX
from other modes. The AUX
indicator on the front will turn on.
activated. Press REPEAT until
no repeat playback indication
shows on the iPod to cancel
the repeat playback.
Note:
• You may charge the battery of
your iPod through the
universal dock for iPod while
the unit is turned off (standby
mode) or in the iPod mode.
Charging control should be
operated on the iPod.
• If no iPod is connected in the
iPod mode, the unit will exit
the iPod mode and turn off
automatically.
• Adjust the auxiliary player to
mid-range volume and adjust
the master volume on the unit.
Do not turn the volume of the
auxiliary player too high as this
may affect the sound quality.
For other playback operations,
control them on your auxiliary
player.
Set the wake time
This unit allows 2 wake times to
be set.
1. Press SET on the top of the
unit until the icon WAKE1 or
WAKE2 flashes on the display.
2. Rotate the knob on the top of
the unit to set the wake time.
The time decrements or
increments follows by a faster
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob.
3. To save and exit the wake time
setting, wait for about 5
seconds or press SET until the
clock setting , WAKE 1 or
WAKE 2 icon is off. The wake
1 or wake 2 time is now set.
• To check the wake time after
setting, press SET until the
icon WAKE1 or WAKE2 flashes
and the respective assigned
wake time shows on the
display.
Select the wake source
You may be woken up by the
alarm, radio, or music from iPod.
Waking to RADIO ( )
3. Select a desired wake up radio
channel (refer to “Listening to
the radio”). If no wake up
channel is set, your last
listening radio statio n will be
selected.
4. Adjust the volume to your
desired level.
5. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
W aking to Alarm
( )
Note:
• The unit equips with GRAD-UWAKE feature, the alarm tone
volume will increase gradually
to its maximum in about 30 to
45 seconds.
• If you set the wake function
with low volume level before
going to bed, we advise using
Waking to Alarm mode to
wake you up since the volume
will automatically increase.
• When the AC power is
disconnected, all wake mode
will be reverted to alarm
tone.
Waking to iPod ( )
3. Adjust the volume to your
desired level. The last played
file on the iPod will be played
when the wake function
activates.
4. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
In the sleep mode, the radio, iPod
or AUX mode turns off automatically. To set the sleep time, simply:
For catnaps up to 2 hours without
Technical information
Disposal and the Environment
disturbing the regular alarm
This product is covered by the waste
settings, the NAP function wakes
Electrical consumption
Electrical and Electronic Equipment
you up after a short period of
External AC adaptor output:
(WEEE) regulations. It should no
time. Simply:
10V 1.4A
Be discarded with normal household
1. Press NAP repeatedly to cycle
MAX. POWER
waste, but taken to your local
among the NAP time available
CONSUMPTION 14W
collection center for recycling.
(10min, 20min, 30min, 60min,
AMP.POWER [email protected]% THD
For further information, Please
90min, 120min and OFF. 20min
contact the local authority or
is the default setting).
The AC/DC Adaptor supplied
approved disposal agency.
• If necessary, press / to
with this product is intended
further set the NAP time. Each
to be correctly orientated in a
press of the button will
vertical or floor mount position
decrease or increase one
minute. For example, to set
35min, press NAP to select 30
SPECIFICATION SUBJECT
min and then press
5 times.
TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER
• The icon
flashes while
NOTICE Dipping warning:
selecting.
The product shall not be exposed
2. When the desired NAP time is
dripping or splashing and that no
selected, release NAP and wait
objects filled with liquids, such as
for about 5 seconds, the NAP
vases, shall be placed on the product
time is now set. The current
time shows and the icon
lights on the display.
Ventilation warning:
3. Press NAP once to show briefly
The normal ventilation of the
the NAP time left.
product shall not be impeded for
• Only alarm tone can be
intended use
selected in the NAP mode.
• PressOFF to stop the NAP alarm,
OR press and hold NAP until “OFF”
is selected to cancel the NAP function.
•
•
2.
•
Power failure indicator
When external DC power is
interrupted (disconnected) for a
short period of time, both time
and alarm settings will change
(unless batteries are installed).
After external DC power is
restored (reconnected), the Digital
Display will blink to indicate that
power was interrupted and you
should readjust the time and
alarm settings.
When tuning in FM stations, you
may notice that the station you
are tuning can be well-tuned on
two or three nearby points on the
dial. Always tune carefully at the
loudest and clearest point.
AM Antenna
A built-in ferrite rod antenna
eliminates the need for an outside
antenna for AM reception.
Rotating the unit slightly may
improve reception of distant AM
stations.
Note: If there is no iPod connected, the alarm tone will sound
instead even if Waking to iPod
mode is selected.
When the wake
function activates, the
corresponding wake
icon will flash until the wake
function is turned off. The icon
will then stop flashing and
stay lit.
Snooze
This operation allows extra sleep
time after the wake function is
on. The alarm will be off by
pressing SNOOZE, SLEEP or NAP
until the snooze period is over.
Snooze function can be used
repeatedly up to 2 hours. After
this, the wake function will turn
off until the next day.
Set the “quiet” period as follow:
While pressing SNOOZE, rotate
the knob on the top of the unit to
set the “quiet” period from 1 to
30 minutes (default: 9 minutes).
Release SNOOZE, then the
“quiet” period is set.
above instructions).
NAP Function
1.
1. Fully unwind the FM wire aerial
2. Press RADIO on the front of
the unit to turn on the radio.
3. Slide BAND to select the radio
band. The selected radio band
shows on the display.
4. Rotate TUNING to select
frequency. The selected
frequency shows on the
display.
5. Press OFF to turn off the radio.
Built-in AFC
The Built-in Automatic Frequency
Control (AFC) works only on FM. It
helps reducing drift on FM
reception and keeping the radio
locked in on the FM station to
which it is tuned.
2. Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 to
select a wake mode.
Corresponding icon lights on
the front of the unit.
1
– Wake time 1 by al arm
1
– Wake time 1 by radio
1
– Wake time 1 by iPod
2
– Wake time 2 by alarm
2
– Wake time 2 by radio
2
– Wake time 2 by iPod
Sleep Function
mode is selected but without
the corresponding device
connected.
• If an auxiliary player (e.g. mp3
Press SLEEP repeatedly to cycle
player) is connected, press
though the sleep time available
AUX to select listening to it.
(90min, 60min, 30min, 15min
3. Select a radio station as usual,
and OFF. 90min is the default
OR
setting).
PressiPod and then press /
If necessary, press / to
to select a file on the iPod.
further set the sleep time. Each
Playback will be in repeat all
press of the button will
files mode automatically.
decrease or increase one
OR
minute. For example, to set 35
Start playback on your
min, press SLEEP to select
auxiliary player.
30min and then press
5
times.
• PressSLEEP once to check the
The icon
flashes while
remaining sleep time. Press
selecting.
SLEEP repeatedly to select
When the desired sleep time is
another sleep time.
selected, release SLEEP and
• If you decide to turn off the
wait for about 5 seconds, the
unit sooner, press SNOOZE,
sleep time is now set. The
OFF or press SLEEP repeatedly
radio (default) turns on and
to select “OFF”.
the icon
lights on the
• When the sleep mode is
display.
activated again, the sleep time
If the iPod is selected in your
will be the same as the one
last sleep function setting, the
you have set before.
iPod will start to play, instead
of the radio. The radio will be
played whenever the iPod
Note: we recommend that you
replace the batteries every year.
Wake Function
Auxiliary Source
• Stop the wake function:
PressOFF. The alarm will be on
again the following day at the
same time.
OR
Listening to iPod
1. During playback, press iPod to
pause the playback and press
again to resume.
2. Press / to skip to the
previous or next file. Press and
hold / to search backward
or forward.
3. Press SHUFFLE to play the files
in random order in the iPod.
Random playback indication
shows on the iPod when the
function is activated. Press
again to cancel the function.
4. Press REPEAT to select a
repeat playback mode (repeat
1 or repeat all). Repeat
playback indication shows on
the iPod when the function is
1. Push the universal dock for
iPod on the front of the unit
to open it.
2. Eight adapters are supplied.
Check the table on the right
and use the appropriate
adapter for your iPod.
3. Place the adapter and then
your iPod on the universal
dock for iPod.
4. Press iPod on the front of the
unit to select the iPod mode.
5. Playback from the iPod starts
automatically.
Install battery as follow:
1. Remove battery compartment
door (located at the bottom
of the radio) by applying
thumb pressure to the tab on
battery door and then lift the
door out and off the cabinet.
2. Insert 2 AA batteries
(batteries not included).
3. Replace the compartment
door.
PressBRIGHTNESS to dim the
display and press again to restore
to the original brightness level.
When the display is dimmed, the
blue indicator on the universal
dock for iPod will also be turned
off.
1.3A)
iPod
Battery back-up operation
This clock radio is equipped with a
memory back up system that can
be powered with 2 “AA” batteries
(batteries not included). The power
failure protection circuit will not
operate unless batteries are installed.
When normal household power is
interrupted, or AC power is
unplugged, the batteries will
power the clock radio to keep
track of time and alarm settings
programmed into memory. When
the battery backup functions, the
digital display will not light,
however, the function of alarm
will still work during the power
interruption if remaining battery
power is adequate. Normal
operation will resume after AC
power is restored so you will not
have to reset the time or the
alarm.
Display brightness
To turn off the wake function momentarily,
to turn off the sleep function
iPod
Power is fed to the unit even
when it is not functioning. To cut
the power supply off, the power
cable must be unplugged.
Listening to the radio
Daylight saving time
Battery compartment
(refer to “Battery back-up operation”)
Power jack for AC/DC adapter (10V
Plugging in for power
Insert the connector of the AC/DC
adaptor to the power jack at the
bottom of the unit.
External AC/DC adaptor input
power supply: 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz
0.7A
Radio
Battery compartment lock
To activate
Wake 2 settings
and changes
Wake 2 mode
FAST
set the clock manually
as below:
Before you begin
Specification
Specification
This product is guaranteed for 12
• The guarantee will be rendered
months from the date of original
invalid if the product is resold or
purchase. If any defect arises due
has been damaged by inexpert
to faulty materials or workmanship,
repair.
the unit will either be replaced, a re
fund given or repaired free of charge • The manufacturer disclaims
(where possible) during this period
any liability for incidental or
by the dealer from whom you
consequential damages.
purchased the unit.
The guarantee is subject to the
following provisions:
• This guarantee is in addition to
and does not diminish your
statutory, or legal rights.
• The guarantee is only valid within
the boundaries of the country of
purchase.
• The product must be correctly
assembled and operated in
accordance with the instructions
contained in this booklet.
• The guarantee does not cover
accidental damage, misuse, or
consumable items.
Goodmans industries Ltd.
Helpline number 0871 230 1777
www.goodmans.co.uk
To achieve the utmost in enjoyment and performance, please read this
manual carefully before attempting to operate the unit in order to
familiarise yourself with its features,and assure you years of faithful,
trouble free performance and listening pleasure.
Important Notes
This safety and operating instruction manual should be retained for future
reference.Avoid installing the unit in locations described below:
-Places exposed to direct sunlight or close to heat radiating appliances
such as electric heaters.
-On top of other stereo equipment that radiate too much heat.
-Places locking ventilation or dusty places.
-Places subject to constant vibration.
-Humid or moist places.
-Make sure not to obstruct the ventilation openings.Operate tuning
controls and switches as instructed in the manual.
-Before turning on the power for the first time, make sure the power cord
is properly installed.
For safety reasons, do not remove any covers or attempt to gain access
to the inside of the product. Refer any servicing to qualified personnel.
Do not attempt to remove any screws,or open the casing of the unit; there
are no user serviceable parts inside, refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
GCR1875IP
CLOCK RADIO WITH IPOD DOCKING
It is important to read this instruction prior to using your
new product for the first time
ATTENTION
The owner's manual contains important operating and
maintenance instructions , for your safety. It is necessary
to refer to the manual.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRONICAL SHOCK,MATCH
WIDE BLADE PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Note: This unit will become warm when used for a long period of time. This is
normal and does not indicate a problem with the unit.
This unit includes micro-processors which may malfunction as a result of
external electrical inter-ference or noise.
If the unit is not working properly, disconnect the power source and then
reconnect it.
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT
REMOVE COVER( OR BACK), NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE,
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
General controls
Clock
Front view
To select radio, iPod or AUX mode
Side views
Display
Setting clock
To select the
radio frequency
To turn off the unit
(standby mode)
To select random
playback mode
To adjust
the volume
To select the
radio band
To select repeat
playback mode
To select the
display brightness
Universal dock for iPod®
(push to open or close)
To skip to the previous or next file,
to search backward or forward
Top view
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
Conductor dangerous voltage that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons is
present within this product's enclosure.
PressSET at the center to select adjusting the clock time,
wake time 1 or wake time 2. Rotate the knob to adjust
the clock time, wake time 1 or wake time 2.
Bottom view
FM wire aerial
AUX input jack
SLOW
Daylight saving time
button (refer to “Clock”)
SLOW
REV
FWD
SET
CLOCK/ALARM
To activate
Wake 1 settings
and changes
Wake 1 mode
FAST
Refer to “NAP function”
Refer to “Sleep function”
1. Press SET on the top of the
unit until the clock setting icon
flashes on the display.
2. Rotate the knob on the top of
the unit to set the clock time.
The time decrements or
increments follows by a faster
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob. The clock setting
icon
flashes when you are
setting the time. AM or PM
icon also shows beside the
time.
3. To save and exit the clock
setting, wait for about 5
seconds or press SET until the
clock setting , WAKE 1 or
WAKE 2 icon is off. The clock
time is now set.
Press and hold DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME button on the
bottom of the unit to turn on/ off
in areas observing/ not observing
such time change. The icon
shows on the display when
daylight saving time is active.
WARNING: Avoid playing with
this button when setting clock
or wake time.
Connecting your iPod
Adaptor number
Made for:
• iPod with video (30GB, 60GB,
80GB) 5th generation
• iPod photo (20GB U2 Special
Edition, 30GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB, 60GB) 4th
generation
• iPod (20GB, 20GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB) 4th generation
• iPod nano (2GB, 4GB, 8G) 1st,
2nd & 3rd generations
• iPod mini (4GB, 6GB) 1st &
2nd generations
• iPod touch
• iPod classic
Wake Function
Turn off the wake
function
• Silence the wake function
momentarily:
PressSNOOZE. The alarm will
sound again when the snooze
period is over.
OR
* For the latest iPod models,
please use the adapter provided
with your iPod.
• Disable the wake function
permanently:
PressWAKE 1 or WAKE 2
repeatedly until no
corresponding wake indicator
(e.g.
) shows on the
display.
1. Connect your auxiliary source
(e.g. mp3 player) to the AUX
input jack on the top of the
unit with an audio cable (not
supplied).
2. Press AUX to turn on the unit
or to switch to listen to AUX
from other modes. The AUX
indicator on the front will turn on.
activated. Press REPEAT until
no repeat playback indication
shows on the iPod to cancel
the repeat playback.
Note:
• You may charge the battery of
your iPod through the
universal dock for iPod while
the unit is turned off (standby
mode) or in the iPod mode.
Charging control should be
operated on the iPod.
• If no iPod is connected in the
iPod mode, the unit will exit
the iPod mode and turn off
automatically.
• Adjust the auxiliary player to
mid-range volume and adjust
the master volume on the unit.
Do not turn the volume of the
auxiliary player too high as this
may affect the sound quality.
For other playback operations,
control them on your auxiliary
player.
Set the wake time
This unit allows 2 wake times to
be set.
1. Press SET on the top of the
unit until the icon WAKE1 or
WAKE2 flashes on the display.
2. Rotate the knob on the top of
the unit to set the wake time.
The time decrements or
increments follows by a faster
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob.
3. To save and exit the wake time
setting, wait for about 5
seconds or press SET until the
clock setting , WAKE 1 or
WAKE 2 icon is off. The wake
1 or wake 2 time is now set.
• To check the wake time after
setting, press SET until the
icon WAKE1 or WAKE2 flashes
and the respective assigned
wake time shows on the
display.
Select the wake source
You may be woken up by the
alarm, radio, or music from iPod.
Waking to RADIO ( )
3. Select a desired wake up radio
channel (refer to “Listening to
the radio”). If no wake up
channel is set, your last
listening radio statio n will be
selected.
4. Adjust the volume to your
desired level.
5. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
W aking to Alarm
( )
Note:
• The unit equips with GRAD-UWAKE feature, the alarm tone
volume will increase gradually
to its maximum in about 30 to
45 seconds.
• If you set the wake function
with low volume level before
going to bed, we advise using
Waking to Alarm mode to
wake you up since the volume
will automatically increase.
• When the AC power is
disconnected, all wake mode
will be reverted to alarm
tone.
Waking to iPod ( )
3. Adjust the volume to your
desired level. The last played
file on the iPod will be played
when the wake function
activates.
4. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
In the sleep mode, the radio, iPod
or AUX mode turns off automatically. To set the sleep time, simply:
For catnaps up to 2 hours without
Technical information
Disposal and the Environment
disturbing the regular alarm
This product is covered by the waste
settings, the NAP function wakes
Electrical consumption
Electrical and Electronic Equipment
you up after a short period of
External AC adaptor output:
(WEEE) regulations. It should no
time. Simply:
10V 1.4A
Be discarded with normal household
1. Press NAP repeatedly to cycle
MAX. POWER
waste, but taken to your local
among the NAP time available
CONSUMPTION 14W
collection center for recycling.
(10min, 20min, 30min, 60min,
AMP.POWER [email protected]% THD
For further information, Please
90min, 120min and OFF. 20min
contact the local authority or
is the default setting).
The AC/DC Adaptor supplied
approved disposal agency.
• If necessary, press / to
with this product is intended
further set the NAP time. Each
to be correctly orientated in a
press of the button will
vertical or floor mount position
decrease or increase one
minute. For example, to set
35min, press NAP to select 30
SPECIFICATION SUBJECT
min and then press
5 times.
TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER
• The icon
flashes while
NOTICE Dipping warning:
selecting.
The product shall not be exposed
2. When the desired NAP time is
dripping or splashing and that no
selected, release NAP and wait
objects filled with liquids, such as
for about 5 seconds, the NAP
vases, shall be placed on the product
time is now set. The current
time shows and the icon
lights on the display.
Ventilation warning:
3. Press NAP once to show briefly
The normal ventilation of the
the NAP time left.
product shall not be impeded for
• Only alarm tone can be
intended use
selected in the NAP mode.
• PressOFF to stop the NAP alarm,
OR press and hold NAP until “OFF”
is selected to cancel the NAP function.
•
•
2.
•
Power failure indicator
When external DC power is
interrupted (disconnected) for a
short period of time, both time
and alarm settings will change
(unless batteries are installed).
After external DC power is
restored (reconnected), the Digital
Display will blink to indicate that
power was interrupted and you
should readjust the time and
alarm settings.
When tuning in FM stations, you
may notice that the station you
are tuning can be well-tuned on
two or three nearby points on the
dial. Always tune carefully at the
loudest and clearest point.
AM Antenna
A built-in ferrite rod antenna
eliminates the need for an outside
antenna for AM reception.
Rotating the unit slightly may
improve reception of distant AM
stations.
Note: If there is no iPod connected, the alarm tone will sound
instead even if Waking to iPod
mode is selected.
When the wake
function activates, the
corresponding wake
icon will flash until the wake
function is turned off. The icon
will then stop flashing and
stay lit.
Snooze
This operation allows extra sleep
time after the wake function is
on. The alarm will be off by
pressing SNOOZE, SLEEP or NAP
until the snooze period is over.
Snooze function can be used
repeatedly up to 2 hours. After
this, the wake function will turn
off until the next day.
Set the “quiet” period as follow:
While pressing SNOOZE, rotate
the knob on the top of the unit to
set the “quiet” period from 1 to
30 minutes (default: 9 minutes).
Release SNOOZE, then the
“quiet” period is set.
above instructions).
NAP Function
1.
1. Fully unwind the FM wire aerial
2. Press RADIO on the front of
the unit to turn on the radio.
3. Slide BAND to select the radio
band. The selected radio band
shows on the display.
4. Rotate TUNING to select
frequency. The selected
frequency shows on the
display.
5. Press OFF to turn off the radio.
Built-in AFC
The Built-in Automatic Frequency
Control (AFC) works only on FM. It
helps reducing drift on FM
reception and keeping the radio
locked in on the FM station to
which it is tuned.
2. Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 to
select a wake mode.
Corresponding icon lights on
the front of the unit.
1
– Wake time 1 by al arm
1
– Wake time 1 by radio
1
– Wake time 1 by iPod
2
– Wake time 2 by alarm
2
– Wake time 2 by radio
2
– Wake time 2 by iPod
Sleep Function
mode is selected but without
the corresponding device
connected.
• If an auxiliary player (e.g. mp3
Press SLEEP repeatedly to cycle
player) is connected, press
though the sleep time available
AUX to select listening to it.
(90min, 60min, 30min, 15min
3. Select a radio station as usual,
and OFF. 90min is the default
OR
setting).
PressiPod and then press /
If necessary, press / to
to select a file on the iPod.
further set the sleep time. Each
Playback will be in repeat all
press of the button will
files mode automatically.
decrease or increase one
OR
minute. For example, to set 35
Start playback on your
min, press SLEEP to select
auxiliary player.
30min and then press
5
times.
• PressSLEEP once to check the
The icon
flashes while
remaining sleep time. Press
selecting.
SLEEP repeatedly to select
When the desired sleep time is
another sleep time.
selected, release SLEEP and
• If you decide to turn off the
wait for about 5 seconds, the
unit sooner, press SNOOZE,
sleep time is now set. The
OFF or press SLEEP repeatedly
radio (default) turns on and
to select “OFF”.
the icon
lights on the
• When the sleep mode is
display.
activated again, the sleep time
If the iPod is selected in your
will be the same as the one
last sleep function setting, the
you have set before.
iPod will start to play, instead
of the radio. The radio will be
played whenever the iPod
Note: we recommend that you
replace the batteries every year.
Wake Function
Auxiliary Source
• Stop the wake function:
PressOFF. The alarm will be on
again the following day at the
same time.
OR
Listening to iPod
1. During playback, press iPod to
pause the playback and press
again to resume.
2. Press / to skip to the
previous or next file. Press and
hold / to search backward
or forward.
3. Press SHUFFLE to play the files
in random order in the iPod.
Random playback indication
shows on the iPod when the
function is activated. Press
again to cancel the function.
4. Press REPEAT to select a
repeat playback mode (repeat
1 or repeat all). Repeat
playback indication shows on
the iPod when the function is
1. Push the universal dock for
iPod on the front of the unit
to open it.
2. Eight adapters are supplied.
Check the table on the right
and use the appropriate
adapter for your iPod.
3. Place the adapter and then
your iPod on the universal
dock for iPod.
4. Press iPod on the front of the
unit to select the iPod mode.
5. Playback from the iPod starts
automatically.
Install battery as follow:
1. Remove battery compartment
door (located at the bottom
of the radio) by applying
thumb pressure to the tab on
battery door and then lift the
door out and off the cabinet.
2. Insert 2 AA batteries
(batteries not included).
3. Replace the compartment
door.
PressBRIGHTNESS to dim the
display and press again to restore
to the original brightness level.
When the display is dimmed, the
blue indicator on the universal
dock for iPod will also be turned
off.
1.3A)
iPod
Battery back-up operation
This clock radio is equipped with a
memory back up system that can
be powered with 2 “AA” batteries
(batteries not included). The power
failure protection circuit will not
operate unless batteries are installed.
When normal household power is
interrupted, or AC power is
unplugged, the batteries will
power the clock radio to keep
track of time and alarm settings
programmed into memory. When
the battery backup functions, the
digital display will not light,
however, the function of alarm
will still work during the power
interruption if remaining battery
power is adequate. Normal
operation will resume after AC
power is restored so you will not
have to reset the time or the
alarm.
Display brightness
To turn off the wake function momentarily,
to turn off the sleep function
iPod
Power is fed to the unit even
when it is not functioning. To cut
the power supply off, the power
cable must be unplugged.
Listening to the radio
Daylight saving time
Battery compartment
(refer to “Battery back-up operation”)
Power jack for AC/DC adapter (10V
Plugging in for power
Insert the connector of the AC/DC
adaptor to the power jack at the
bottom of the unit.
External AC/DC adaptor input
power supply: 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz
0.7A
Radio
Battery compartment lock
To activate
Wake 2 settings
and changes
Wake 2 mode
FAST
set the clock manually
as below:
Before you begin
Specification
Specification
This product is guaranteed for 12
• The guarantee will be rendered
months from the date of original
invalid if the product is resold or
purchase. If any defect arises due
has been damaged by inexpert
to faulty materials or workmanship,
repair.
the unit will either be replaced, a re
fund given or repaired free of charge • The manufacturer disclaims
(where possible) during this period
any liability for incidental or
by the dealer from whom you
consequential damages.
purchased the unit.
The guarantee is subject to the
following provisions:
• This guarantee is in addition to
and does not diminish your
statutory, or legal rights.
• The guarantee is only valid within
the boundaries of the country of
purchase.
• The product must be correctly
assembled and operated in
accordance with the instructions
contained in this booklet.
• The guarantee does not cover
accidental damage, misuse, or
consumable items.
Goodmans industries Ltd.
Helpline number 0871 230 1777
www.goodmans.co.uk
To achieve the utmost in enjoyment and performance, please read this
manual carefully before attempting to operate the unit in order to
familiarise yourself with its features,and assure you years of faithful,
trouble free performance and listening pleasure.
Important Notes
This safety and operating instruction manual should be retained for future
reference.Avoid installing the unit in locations described below:
-Places exposed to direct sunlight or close to heat radiating appliances
such as electric heaters.
-On top of other stereo equipment that radiate too much heat.
-Places locking ventilation or dusty places.
-Places subject to constant vibration.
-Humid or moist places.
-Make sure not to obstruct the ventilation openings.Operate tuning
controls and switches as instructed in the manual.
-Before turning on the power for the first time, make sure the power cord
is properly installed.
For safety reasons, do not remove any covers or attempt to gain access
to the inside of the product. Refer any servicing to qualified personnel.
Do not attempt to remove any screws,or open the casing of the unit; there
are no user serviceable parts inside, refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
GCR1875IP
CLOCK RADIO WITH IPOD DOCKING
It is important to read this instruction prior to using your
new product for the first time
ATTENTION
The owner's manual contains important operating and
maintenance instructions , for your safety. It is necessary
to refer to the manual.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRONICAL SHOCK,MATCH
WIDE BLADE PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Note: This unit will become warm when used for a long period of time. This is
normal and does not indicate a problem with the unit.
This unit includes micro-processors which may malfunction as a result of
external electrical inter-ference or noise.
If the unit is not working properly, disconnect the power source and then
reconnect it.
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT
REMOVE COVER( OR BACK), NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE,
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
General controls
Clock
Front view
To select radio, iPod or AUX mode
Side views
Display
To select random
playback mode
To adjust
the volume
To select the
radio band
To select repeat
playback mode
To select the
display brightness
Universal dock for iPod®
(push to open or close)
To skip to the previous or next file,
to search backward or forward
PressSET at the center to select adjusting the clock time,
wake time 1 or wake time 2. Rotate the knob to adjust
the clock time, wake time 1 or wake time 2.
Bottom view
FM wire aerial
AUX input jack
SLOW
Daylight saving time
button (refer to “Clock”)
SLOW
REV
FWD
SET
CLOCK/ALARM
To activate
Wake 1 settings
and changes
Wake 1 mode
FAST
Refer to “NAP function”
Refer to “Sleep function”
Press and hold DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME button on the
bottom of the unit to turn on/ off
in areas observing/ not observing
such time change. The icon
shows on the display when
daylight saving time is active.
1. Press SET on the top of the
unit until the clock setting icon
flashes on the display.
2. Rotate the knob on the top of
the unit to set the clock time.
The time decrements or
increments follows by a faster
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob. The clock setting
icon
flashes when you are
setting the time. AM or PM
icon also shows beside the
time.
3. To save and exit the clock
setting, wait for about 5
seconds or press SET until the
clock setting , WAKE 1 or
WAKE 2 icon is off. The clock
time is now set.
WARNING: Avoid playing with
this button when setting clock
or wake time.
1.3A)
iPod
Connecting your iPod
Adaptor number
Made for:
• iPod with video (30GB, 60GB,
80GB) 5th generation
• iPod photo (20GB U2 Special
Edition, 30GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB, 60GB) 4th
generation
• iPod (20GB, 20GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB) 4th generation
• iPod nano (2GB, 4GB, 8G) 1st,
2nd & 3rd generations
• iPod mini (4GB, 6GB) 1st &
2nd generations
• iPod touch
• iPod classic
Wake Function
Turn off the wake
function
• Silence the wake function
momentarily:
PressSNOOZE. The alarm will
sound again when the snooze
period is over.
OR
* For the latest iPod models,
please use the adapter provided
with your iPod.
• Disable the wake function
permanently:
PressWAKE 1 or WAKE 2
repeatedly until no
corresponding wake indicator
(e.g.
) shows on the
display.
1. Connect your auxiliary source
(e.g. mp3 player) to the AUX
input jack on the top of the
unit with an audio cable (not
supplied).
2. Press AUX to turn on the unit
or to switch to listen to AUX
from other modes. The AUX
indicator on the front will turn on.
activated. Press REPEAT until
no repeat playback indication
shows on the iPod to cancel
the repeat playback.
Note:
• You may charge the battery of
your iPod through the
universal dock for iPod while
the unit is turned off (standby
mode) or in the iPod mode.
Charging control should be
operated on the iPod.
• If no iPod is connected in the
iPod mode, the unit will exit
the iPod mode and turn off
automatically.
• Adjust the auxiliary player to
mid-range volume and adjust
the master volume on the unit.
Do not turn the volume of the
auxiliary player too high as this
may affect the sound quality.
For other playback operations,
control them on your auxiliary
player.
Sleep Function
NAP Function
In the sleep mode, the radio, iPod
or AUX mode turns off automatically. To set the sleep time, simply:
For catnaps up to 2 hours without
disturbing the regular alarm
settings, the NAP function wakes
you up after a short period of
time. Simply:
1. Press NAP repeatedly to cycle
among the NAP time available
(10min, 20min, 30min, 60min,
90min, 120min and OFF. 20min
is the default setting).
• If necessary, press / to
further set the NAP time. Each
press of the button will
decrease or increase one
minute. For example, to set
35min, press NAP to select 30
min and then press
5 times.
• The icon
flashes while
selecting.
2. When the desired NAP time is
selected, release NAP and wait
for about 5 seconds, the NAP
time is now set. The current
time shows and the icon
lights on the display.
3. Press NAP once to show briefly
the NAP time left.
• Only alarm tone can be
selected in the NAP mode.
• PressOFF to stop the NAP alarm,
OR press and hold NAP until “OFF”
is selected to cancel NAP function.
1.
•
•
2.
•
mode is selected but without
the corresponding device
connected.
• If an auxiliary player (e.g. mp3
Press SLEEP repeatedly to cycle
player) is connected, press
though the sleep time available
AUX to select listening to it.
(90min, 60min, 30min, 15min
3. Select a radio station as usual,
and OFF. 90min is the default
OR
setting).
PressiPod and then press /
If necessary, press / to
to select a file on the iPod.
further set the sleep time. Each
Playback will be in repeat all
press of the button will
files mode automatically.
decrease or increase one
OR
minute. For example, to set 35
Start playback on your
min, press SLEEP to select
auxiliary player.
30min and then press
5
times.
• PressSLEEP once to check the
The icon
flashes while
remaining sleep time. Press
selecting.
SLEEP repeatedly to select
When the desired sleep time is
another sleep time.
selected, release SLEEP and
• If you decide to turn off the
wait for about 5 seconds, the
unit sooner, press SNOOZE,
sleep time is now set. The
OFF or press SLEEP repeatedly
radio (default) turns on and
to select “OFF”.
the icon
lights on the
• When the sleep mode is
display.
activated again, the sleep time
If the iPod is selected in your
will be the same as the one
last sleep function setting, the
you have set before.
iPod will start to play, instead
of the radio. The radio will be
played whenever the iPod
Note: we recommend that you
replace the batteries every year.
Power failure indicator
When external DC power is
interrupted (disconnected) for a
short period of time, both time
and alarm settings will change
(unless batteries are installed).
After external DC power is
restored (reconnected), the Digital
Display will blink to indicate that
power was interrupted and you
should readjust the time and
alarm settings.
1. Fully unwind the FM wire aerial
2. Press RADIO on the front of
the unit to turn on the radio.
3. Slide BAND to select the radio
band. The selected radio band
shows on the display.
4. Rotate TUNING to select
frequency. The selected
frequency shows on the
display.
5. Press OFF to turn off the radio.
Built-in AFC
The Built-in Automatic Frequency
Control (AFC) works only on FM. It
helps reducing drift on FM
reception and keeping the radio
locked in on the FM station to
which it is tuned.
When tuning in FM stations, you
may notice that the station you
are tuning can be well-tuned on
two or three nearby points on the
dial. Always tune carefully at the
loudest and clearest point.
AM Antenna
A built-in ferrite rod antenna
eliminates the need for an outside
antenna for AM reception.
Rotating the unit slightly may
improve reception of distant AM
stations.
Wake Function
Auxiliary Source
• Stop the wake function:
PressOFF. The alarm will be on
again the following day at the
same time.
OR
Listening to iPod
1. During playback, press iPod to
pause the playback and press
again to resume.
2. Press / to skip to the
previous or next file. Press and
hold / to search backward
or forward.
3. Press SHUFFLE to play the files
in random order in the iPod.
Random playback indication
shows on the iPod when the
function is activated. Press
again to cancel the function.
4. Press REPEAT to select a
repeat playback mode (repeat
1 or repeat all). Repeat
playback indication shows on
the iPod when the function is
1. Push the universal dock for
iPod on the front of the unit
to open it.
2. Eight adapters are supplied.
Check the table on the right
and use the appropriate
adapter for your iPod.
3. Place the adapter and then
your iPod on the universal
dock for iPod.
4. Press iPod on the front of the
unit to select the iPod mode.
5. Playback from the iPod starts
automatically.
Battery back-up operation
This clock radio is equipped with a
memory back up system that can
be powered with 2 “AA” batteries
(batteries not included). The power
failure protection circuit will not
operate unless batteries are installed.
When normal household power is
interrupted, or AC power is
unplugged, the batteries will
power the clock radio to keep
track of time and alarm settings
programmed into memory. When
the battery backup functions, the
digital display will not light,
however, the function of alarm
will still work during the power
interruption if remaining battery
power is adequate. Normal
Install battery as follow:
1. Remove battery compartment
door (located at the bottom
of the radio) by applying
thumb pressure to the tab on
battery door and then lift the
door out and off the cabinet.
2. Insert 2 AA batteries
(batteries not included).
3. Replace the compartment
door.
PressBRIGHTNESS to dim the
display and press again to restore
to the original brightness level.
When the display is dimmed, the
blue indicator on the universal
dock for iPod will also be turned
off.
To turn off the wake function momentarily,
to turn off the sleep function
iPod
Power is fed to the unit even
when it is not functioning. To cut
the power supply off, the power
cable must be unplugged.
operation will resume after AC
power is restored so you will not
have to reset the time or the
alarm.
Display brightness
Battery compartment
(refer to “Battery back-up operation”)
Power jack for AC/DC adapter (10V
Plugging in for power
Insert the connector of the AC/DC
adaptor to the power jack at the
bottom of the unit.
External AC/DC adaptor input
power supply: 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz
0.7A
Listening to the radio
Daylight saving time
set the clock manually
as below:
Battery compartment lock
To activate
Wake 2 settings
and changes
Wake 2 mode
FAST
Before you begin
Radio
Setting clock
To select the
radio frequency
To turn off the unit
(standby mode)
Top view
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
Conductor dangerous voltage that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons is
present within this product's enclosure.
Set the wake time
This unit allows 2 wake times to
be set.
1. Press SET on the top of the
unit until the icon WAKE1 or
WAKE2 flashes on the display.
2. Rotate the knob on the top of
the unit to set the wake time.
The time decrements or
increments follows by a faster
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob.
3. To save and exit the wake time
setting, wait for about 5
seconds or press SET until the
clock setting , WAKE 1 or
WAKE 2 icon is off. The wake
1 or wake 2 time is now set.
• To check the wake time after
setting, press SET until the
icon WAKE1 or WAKE2 flashes
and the respective assigned
wake time shows on the
display.
Select the wake source
You may be woken up by the
alarm, radio, or music from iPod.
2. Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 to
select a wake mode.
Corresponding icon lights on
the front of the unit.
1
– Wake time 1 by al arm
1
– Wake time 1 by radio
1
– Wake time 1 by iPod
2
– Wake time 2 by alarm
2
– Wake time 2 by radio
2
– Wake time 2 by iPod
Waking to RADIO ( )
3. Select a desired wake up radio
channel (refer to “Listening to
the radio”). If no wake up
channel is set, your last
listening radio statio n will be
selected.
4. Adjust the volume to your
desired level.
5. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
W aking to Alarm
( )
Note:
• The unit equips with GRAD-UWAKE feature, the alarm tone
volume will increase gradually
to its maximum in about 30 to
45 seconds.
• If you set the wake function
with low volume level before
going to bed, we advise using
Waking to Alarm mode to
wake you up since the volume
will automatically increase.
• When the AC power is
disconnected, all wake mode
will be reverted to alarm
tone.
Waking to iPod ( )
3. Adjust the volume to your
desired level. The last played
file on the iPod will be played
when the wake function
activates.
4. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
Note: If there is no iPod connected, the alarm tone will sound
instead even if Waking to iPod
mode is selected.
When the wake
function activates, the
corresponding wake
icon will flash until the wake
function is turned off. The icon
will then stop flashing and
stay lit.
Snooze
This operation allows extra sleep
time after the wake function is
on. The alarm will be off by
pressing SNOOZE, SLEEP or NAP
until the snooze period is over.
Snooze function can be used
repeatedly up to 2 hours. After
this, the wake function will turn
off until the next day.
Set the “quiet” period as follow:
While pressing SNOOZE, rotate
the knob on the top of the unit to
set the “quiet” period from 1 to
30 minutes (default: 9 minutes).
Release SNOOZE, then the
“quiet” period is set.
above instructions).
Specification
Specification
Technical information
Electrical consumption
External AC adaptor output:
10V 1.4A
MAX. POWER
CONSUMPTION 14W
AMP.POWER [email protected]% THD
The AC/DC Adaptor supplied
with this product is intended
to be correctly orientated in a
vertical or floor mount position
Disposal and the Environment
This product is covered by the waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) regulations. It should no
Be discarded with normal household
waste, but taken to your local
collection center for recycling.
For further information, Please
contact the local authority or
approved disposal agency.
SPECIFICATION SUBJECT
TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER
NOTICE Dipping warning:
The product shall not be exposed
dripping or splashing and that no
objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on the product
Ventilation warning:
The normal ventilation of the
product shall not be impeded for
intended use
This product is guaranteed for 12
• The guarantee will be rendered
months from the date of original
invalid if the product is resold or
purchase. If any defect arises due
has been damaged by inexpert
to faulty materials or workmanship,
repair.
the unit will either be replaced, a re
fund given or repaired free of charge • The manufacturer disclaims
(where possible) during this period
any liability for incidental or
by the dealer from whom you
consequential damages.
purchased the unit.
The guarantee is subject to the
following provisions:
• This guarantee is in addition to
and does not diminish your
statutory, or legal rights.
• The guarantee is only valid within
the boundaries of the country of
purchase.
• The product must be correctly
assembled and operated in
accordance with the instructions
contained in this booklet.
• The guarantee does not cover
accidental damage, misuse, or
consumable items.
Goodmans industries Ltd.
Helpline number 0871 230 1777
www.goodmans.co.uk
To achieve the utmost in enjoyment and performance, please read this
manual carefully before attempting to operate the unit in order to
familiarise yourself with its features,and assure you years of faithful,
trouble free performance and listening pleasure.
Important Notes
This safety and operating instruction manual should be retained for future
reference.Avoid installing the unit in locations described below:
-Places exposed to direct sunlight or close to heat radiating appliances
such as electric heaters.
-On top of other stereo equipment that radiate too much heat.
-Places locking ventilation or dusty places.
-Places subject to constant vibration.
-Humid or moist places.
-Make sure not to obstruct the ventilation openings.Operate tuning
controls and switches as instructed in the manual.
-Before turning on the power for the first time, make sure the power cord
is properly installed.
For safety reasons, do not remove any covers or attempt to gain access
to the inside of the product. Refer any servicing to qualified personnel.
Do not attempt to remove any screws,or open the casing of the unit; there
are no user serviceable parts inside, refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
GCR1875IP
CLOCK RADIO WITH IPOD DOCKING
It is important to read this instruction prior to using your
new product for the first time
ATTENTION
The owner's manual contains important operating and
maintenance instructions , for your safety. It is necessary
to refer to the manual.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRONICAL SHOCK,MATCH
WIDE BLADE PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Note: This unit will become warm when used for a long period of time. This is
normal and does not indicate a problem with the unit.
This unit includes micro-processors which may malfunction as a result of
external electrical inter-ference or noise.
If the unit is not working properly, disconnect the power source and then
reconnect it.
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT
REMOVE COVER( OR BACK), NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE,
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
General controls
Clock
Front view
To select radio, iPod or AUX mode
Side views
Display
To select random
playback mode
To adjust
the volume
To select the
radio band
To select repeat
playback mode
To select the
display brightness
Universal dock for iPod®
(push to open or close)
To skip to the previous or next file,
to search backward or forward
PressSET at the center to select adjusting the clock time,
wake time 1 or wake time 2. Rotate the knob to adjust
the clock time, wake time 1 or wake time 2.
Bottom view
FM wire aerial
AUX input jack
SLOW
Daylight saving time
button (refer to “Clock”)
SLOW
REV
FWD
SET
CLOCK/ALARM
To activate
Wake 1 settings
and changes
Wake 1 mode
FAST
Refer to “NAP function”
Refer to “Sleep function”
Press and hold DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME button on the
bottom of the unit to turn on/ off
in areas observing/ not observing
such time change. The icon
shows on the display when
daylight saving time is active.
1. Press SET on the top of the
unit until the clock setting icon
flashes on the display.
2. Rotate the knob on the top of
the unit to set the clock time.
The time decrements or
increments follows by a faster
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob. The clock setting
icon
flashes when you are
setting the time. AM or PM
icon also shows beside the
time.
3. To save and exit the clock
setting, wait for about 5
seconds or press SET until the
clock setting , WAKE 1 or
WAKE 2 icon is off. The clock
time is now set.
WARNING: Avoid playing with
this button when setting clock
or wake time.
1.3A)
iPod
Connecting your iPod
Adaptor number
Made for:
• iPod with video (30GB, 60GB,
80GB) 5th generation
• iPod photo (20GB U2 Special
Edition, 30GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB, 60GB) 4th
generation
• iPod (20GB, 20GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB) 4th generation
• iPod nano (2GB, 4GB, 8G) 1st,
2nd & 3rd generations
• iPod mini (4GB, 6GB) 1st &
2nd generations
• iPod touch
• iPod classic
Wake Function
Turn off the wake
function
• Silence the wake function
momentarily:
PressSNOOZE. The alarm will
sound again when the snooze
period is over.
OR
* For the latest iPod models,
please use the adapter provided
with your iPod.
• Disable the wake function
permanently:
PressWAKE 1 or WAKE 2
repeatedly until no
corresponding wake indicator
(e.g.
) shows on the
display.
1. Connect your auxiliary source
(e.g. mp3 player) to the AUX
input jack on the top of the
unit with an audio cable (not
supplied).
2. Press AUX to turn on the unit
or to switch to listen to AUX
from other modes. The AUX
indicator on the front will turn on.
activated. Press REPEAT until
no repeat playback indication
shows on the iPod to cancel
the repeat playback.
Note:
• You may charge the battery of
your iPod through the
universal dock for iPod while
the unit is turned off (standby
mode) or in the iPod mode.
Charging control should be
operated on the iPod.
• If no iPod is connected in the
iPod mode, the unit will exit
the iPod mode and turn off
automatically.
• Adjust the auxiliary player to
mid-range volume and adjust
the master volume on the unit.
Do not turn the volume of the
auxiliary player too high as this
may affect the sound quality.
For other playback operations,
control them on your auxiliary
player.
Sleep Function
NAP Function
In the sleep mode, the radio, iPod
or AUX mode turns off automatically. To set the sleep time, simply:
For catnaps up to 2 hours without
disturbing the regular alarm
settings, the NAP function wakes
you up after a short period of
time. Simply:
1. Press NAP repeatedly to cycle
among the NAP time available
(10min, 20min, 30min, 60min,
90min, 120min and OFF. 20min
is the default setting).
• If necessary, press / to
further set the NAP time. Each
press of the button will
decrease or increase one
minute. For example, to set
35min, press NAP to select 30
min and then press
5 times.
• The icon
flashes while
selecting.
2. When the desired NAP time is
selected, release NAP and wait
for about 5 seconds, the NAP
time is now set. The current
time shows and the icon
lights on the display.
3. Press NAP once to show briefly
the NAP time left.
• Only alarm tone can be
selected in the NAP mode.
• PressOFF to stop the NAP alarm,
OR press and hold NAP until “OFF”
is selected to cancel the NAP functi
1.
•
•
2.
•
mode is selected but without
the corresponding device
connected.
• If an auxiliary player (e.g. mp3
Press SLEEP repeatedly to cycle
player) is connected, press
though the sleep time available
AUX to select listening to it.
(90min, 60min, 30min, 15min
3. Select a radio station as usual,
and OFF. 90min is the default
OR
setting).
PressiPod and then press /
If necessary, press / to
to select a file on the iPod.
further set the sleep time. Each
Playback will be in repeat all
press of the button will
files mode automatically.
decrease or increase one
OR
minute. For example, to set 35
Start playback on your
min, press SLEEP to select
auxiliary player.
30min and then press
5
times.
• PressSLEEP once to check the
The icon
flashes while
remaining sleep time. Press
selecting.
SLEEP repeatedly to select
When the desired sleep time is
another sleep time.
selected, release SLEEP and
• If you decide to turn off the
wait for about 5 seconds, the
unit sooner, press SNOOZE,
sleep time is now set. The
OFF or press SLEEP repeatedly
radio (default) turns on and
to select “OFF”.
the icon
lights on the
• When the sleep mode is
display.
activated again, the sleep time
If the iPod is selected in your
will be the same as the one
last sleep function setting, the
you have set before.
iPod will start to play, instead
of the radio. The radio will be
played whenever the iPod
Note: we recommend that you
replace the batteries every year.
Power failure indicator
When external DC power is
interrupted (disconnected) for a
short period of time, both time
and alarm settings will change
(unless batteries are installed).
After external DC power is
restored (reconnected), the Digital
Display will blink to indicate that
power was interrupted and you
should readjust the time and
alarm settings.
1. Fully unwind the FM wire aerial
2. Press RADIO on the front of
the unit to turn on the radio.
3. Slide BAND to select the radio
band. The selected radio band
shows on the display.
4. Rotate TUNING to select
frequency. The selected
frequency shows on the
display.
5. Press OFF to turn off the radio.
Built-in AFC
The Built-in Automatic Frequency
Control (AFC) works only on FM. It
helps reducing drift on FM
reception and keeping the radio
locked in on the FM station to
which it is tuned.
When tuning in FM stations, you
may notice that the station you
are tuning can be well-tuned on
two or three nearby points on the
dial. Always tune carefully at the
loudest and clearest point.
AM Antenna
A built-in ferrite rod antenna
eliminates the need for an outside
antenna for AM reception.
Rotating the unit slightly may
improve reception of distant AM
stations.
Wake Function
Auxiliary Source
• Stop the wake function:
PressOFF. The alarm will be on
again the following day at the
same time.
OR
Listening to iPod
1. During playback, press iPod to
pause the playback and press
again to resume.
2. Press / to skip to the
previous or next file. Press and
hold / to search backward
or forward.
3. Press SHUFFLE to play the files
in random order in the iPod.
Random playback indication
shows on the iPod when the
function is activated. Press
again to cancel the function.
4. Press REPEAT to select a
repeat playback mode (repeat
1 or repeat all). Repeat
playback indication shows on
the iPod when the function is
1. Push the universal dock for
iPod on the front of the unit
to open it.
2. Eight adapters are supplied.
Check the table on the right
and use the appropriate
adapter for your iPod.
3. Place the adapter and then
your iPod on the universal
dock for iPod.
4. Press iPod on the front of the
unit to select the iPod mode.
5. Playback from the iPod starts
automatically.
Battery back-up operation
This clock radio is equipped with a
memory back up system that can
be powered with 2 “AA” batteries
(batteries not included). The power
failure protection circuit will not
operate unless batteries are installed.
When normal household power is
interrupted, or AC power is
unplugged, the batteries will
power the clock radio to keep
track of time and alarm settings
programmed into memory. When
the battery backup functions, the
digital display will not light,
however, the function of alarm
will still work during the power
interruption if remaining battery
power is adequate. Normal
Install battery as follow:
1. Remove battery compartment
door (located at the bottom
of the radio) by applying
thumb pressure to the tab on
battery door and then lift the
door out and off the cabinet.
2. Insert 2 AA batteries
(batteries not included).
3. Replace the compartment
door.
PressBRIGHTNESS to dim the
display and press again to restore
to the original brightness level.
When the display is dimmed, the
blue indicator on the universal
dock for iPod will also be turned
off.
To turn off the wake function momentarily,
to turn off the sleep function
iPod
Power is fed to the unit even
when it is not functioning. To cut
the power supply off, the power
cable must be unplugged.
operation will resume after AC
power is restored so you will not
have to reset the time or the
alarm.
Display brightness
Battery compartment
(refer to “Battery back-up operation”)
Power jack for AC/DC adapter (10V
Plugging in for power
Insert the connector of the AC/DC
adaptor to the power jack at the
bottom of the unit.
External AC/DC adaptor input
power supply: 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz
0.7A
Listening to the radio
Daylight saving time
set the clock manually
as below:
Battery compartment lock
To activate
Wake 2 settings
and changes
Wake 2 mode
FAST
Before you begin
Radio
Setting clock
To select the
radio frequency
To turn off the unit
(standby mode)
Top view
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
Conductor dangerous voltage that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons is
present within this product's enclosure.
Set the wake time
This unit allows 2 wake times to
be set.
1. Press SET on the top of the
unit until the icon WAKE1 or
WAKE2 flashes on the display.
2. Rotate the knob on the top of
the unit to set the wake time.
The time decrements or
increments follows by a faster
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob.
3. To save and exit the wake time
setting, wait for about 5
seconds or press SET until the
clock setting , WAKE 1 or
WAKE 2 icon is off. The wake
1 or wake 2 time is now set.
• To check the wake time after
setting, press SET until the
icon WAKE1 or WAKE2 flashes
and the respective assigned
wake time shows on the
display.
Select the wake source
You may be woken up by the
alarm, radio, or music from iPod.
2. Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 to
select a wake mode.
Corresponding icon lights on
the front of the unit.
1
– Wake time 1 by al arm
1
– Wake time 1 by radio
1
– Wake time 1 by iPod
2
– Wake time 2 by alarm
2
– Wake time 2 by radio
2
– Wake time 2 by iPod
Waking to RADIO ( )
3. Select a desired wake up radio
channel (refer to “Listening to
the radio”). If no wake up
channel is set, your last
listening radio statio n will be
selected.
4. Adjust the volume to your
desired level.
5. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
W aking to Alarm
( )
Note:
• The unit equips with GRAD-UWAKE feature, the alarm tone
volume will increase gradually
to its maximum in about 30 to
45 seconds.
• If you set the wake function
with low volume level before
going to bed, we advise using
Waking to Alarm mode to
wake you up since the volume
will automatically increase.
• When the AC power is
disconnected, all wake mode
will be reverted to alarm
tone.
Waking to iPod ( )
3. Adjust the volume to your
desired level. The last played
file on the iPod will be played
when the wake function
activates.
4. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
Note: If there is no iPod connected, the alarm tone will sound
instead even if Waking to iPod
mode is selected.
When the wake
function activates, the
corresponding wake
icon will flash until the wake
function is turned off. The icon
will then stop flashing and
stay lit.
Snooze
This operation allows extra sleep
time after the wake function is
on. The alarm will be off by
pressing SNOOZE, SLEEP or NAP
until the snooze period is over.
Snooze function can be used
repeatedly up to 2 hours. After
this, the wake function will turn
off until the next day.
Set the “quiet” period as follow:
While pressing SNOOZE, rotate
the knob on the top of the unit to
set the “quiet” period from 1 to
30 minutes (default: 9 minutes).
Release SNOOZE, then the
“quiet” period is set.
above instructions).
Specification
Specification
Technical information
Electrical consumption
External AC adaptor output:
10V 1.4A
MAX. POWER
CONSUMPTION 14W
AMP.POWER [email protected]% THD
The AC/DC Adaptor supplied
with this product is intended
to be correctly orientated in a
vertical or floor mount position
Disposal and the Environment
This product is covered by the waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) regulations. It should no
Be discarded with normal household
waste, but taken to your local
collection center for recycling.
For further information, Please
contact the local authority or
approved disposal agency.
SPECIFICATION SUBJECT
TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER
NOTICE Dipping warning:
The product shall not be exposed
dripping or splashing and that no
objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on the product
Ventilation warning:
The normal ventilation of the
product shall not be impeded for
intended use
This product is guaranteed for 12
• The guarantee will be rendered
months from the date of original
invalid if the product is resold or
purchase. If any defect arises due
has been damaged by inexpert
to faulty materials or workmanship,
repair.
the unit will either be replaced, a re
fund given or repaired free of charge • The manufacturer disclaims
(where possible) during this period
any liability for incidental or
by the dealer from whom you
consequential damages.
purchased the unit.
The guarantee is subject to the
following provisions:
• This guarantee is in addition to
and does not diminish your
statutory, or legal rights.
• The guarantee is only valid within
the boundaries of the country of
purchase.
• The product must be correctly
assembled and operated in
accordance with the instructions
contained in this booklet.
• The guarantee does not cover
accidental damage, misuse, or
consumable items.
Goodmans industries Ltd.
www.goodmans.co.uk
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