IFM-90 english

IFM-90 english

Alarm Clock Radio for iPod/iPhone

Model No.: IFM-90

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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CAUTION

Symbol Work Definitions

DANGER – Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. This symbol appears only in the most extreme situations.

WARNING - Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION - Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in minor/ moderate injury or product/ property damage. It also warns against unsafe practices.

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of insulated

‘dangerous voltage’ within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

WARNING: TO REDUCE THE

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT REMOVE COVER

(OR BACK) , NO USER

SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE

REFER SERVICING TO

QUALIFIED SERVICE

PERSONNEL.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE

Always follow basic safety precautions when using electrical products, especially when children are present.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

1) Read this Instruction Manual before you attempt to connect or operate the appliance.

2) Keep these instructions in good condition. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions.

3) Save this Instruction Manual for future reference.

4) The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the product. Dry location use only.

5) No naked flame source, such as candles, should be placed on the product.

6)

Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.

7) Ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings.

8) Ensure that the unit is plugged into an AC 230V 50 Hz power outlet. Using higher voltage may cause the unit to malfunction or even fire catching. Turn off the unit before unplugging it from power source to completely switch it off.

9)

Do not plug/ unplug the power plug into/ from an electrical outlet with wet hands.

10) If the power plug does not fit into your outlet, do not force the plug into an electrical socket if it does not fit.

11) Only use attachments/ accessories, which are specified by the manufacturer.

12) Use replacement parts, which are specified by the manufacturer.

13)

Install the unit in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

14)

Place the unit where there is good ventilation. Place the system on a flat, hard and stable surface. Do not expose to temperatures above 35°C. Allow at least 10 cm clearance from the rear and the top of the unit and 5 cm from each side.

15) Press the player’s buttons gently. Pressing them too hard can damage the player.

16) Dispose of used batteries in an environmental-responsible manner.

17)

Always ensure that the product is unplugged from the electrical outlet before moving or cleaning. Clean it with dry cloth only.

18)

Unplug the product during lightning, storms or when it will not be used for long periods of time.

19) This product has no user-serviceable parts. Do not attempt to repair this product yourself. Only qualified service personnel should perform servicing. Take the product to the electronics repair shop of your choice for inspection and repair.

20) NEVER let anyone, especially children, push anything into holes, slots or any other openings in the unit’s casing as this could result in a fatal electric shock.

21) Don’t mount this product on a wall or ceiling.

22) Do not place the unit near TVs, speakers and other objects that generate strong magnetic fields.

23) This unit is for indoor use only.

24) Do not leave the unit unattended when it is in use.

25) Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as the sunshine, fire or the like.

26) The mains plug is used as disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable

NOTE: when the system is switched to standby mode, it is still consuming some power.

To disconnect the system completely, remove the AC power plug from the wall outlet.

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PREPARATION FOR USE

Carefully remove all the components from the packaging and verify that you have all the necessary components.

Remove all packing materials from the individual components. Remove any descriptive labels that may be attached to the front panel of the main unit. Do not remove any labels or stickers on the back panels of the main unit.

Place all the components in the desired location. This system is designed to be used on level, stable, flat surface such as a table, desk, shelf, or stand, out of direct sunlight, and away from sources of excess heat, dust, moisture, or vibration.

LOCATION OF CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

TOP PANEL

FRONT PANEL

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BACK PANEL

LCD DISPLAY

1.

STANDBY/SOURCE Button

2.

MODE Button

3.

PLAY/PAUSE Button

4.

TUNE/SKIP- Button

5.

TUNE/SKIP+ Button

6.

MEMORY - Button

7.

MEMORY + Button

8.

ALARM 1 Button

9.

ALARM 2 Button

10.

SLEEP Button

11.

SNOOZE Button

12.

iPod/iPhone socket

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13.

VOLUMEButton

14.

VOLUME+ Button

15.

LCD Display

16.

AUX Input

17.

DC Input

18.

Battery Compartment

19.

FM Antenna

20.

PM Indication (For 12H set)

21.

Time Display

22.

iPod /AUX/FM Frequency/Date Mode

Display

23.

Wake Up Mode Indication

24.

Alarm Function Indication

1.

STANDBY/SOURCE Button

2.

MODE/MENU Button

3.

ENTER Button

4.

/

5.

STEREO Button

6.

ALARM ON/OFF Button

7.

SLEEP Button

8.

MUTE Button

9.

STOP Button

10.

PLAY/PAUSE Button

11.

12.

SNOOZE Button

13.

/

14.

15.

MEMORY + Button

16.

MEMORY - Button

17.

VOLUME - Button

18.

VOLUME + Button

Remote Control

INSTALLING THE BATTERIES

Remote Control Battery

The remote control requires one "CR2025 type" 3-volt lithium battery, included. To extend the life of the original battery we have inserted a small clear plastic spacer tab between the lithium battery and the battery terminal. You must remove this battery spacer tab before you can use the remote control. To the battery compartment as shown.

remove the tab, pull the tab out of

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When the operation of the remote control becomes intermittent or unsatisfactory, replace the original battery with a new 3-volt lithium battery.

1.

Slide out the battery holder from the remote control case.

2.

Place one 3V CR2025 battery in the battery holder with the print face up. If the battery is placed incorrectly the remote control will not work.

3.

Insert the battery holder into the battery slot.

BACK UP FUNCTION

If the AC supply is interrupted, the clock display and radio preset stations will be lost and all settings will be cancelled. To back up the clock and preset stations, insert two AAA size batteries (not supplied) observing the polarity marking in the battery compartment on the rear of the unit. The back up battery will NOT backup iPod settings.

Caution:

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.

Caution:

Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of batteries according to the instructions.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Make sure the supplied adapter is properly connected to a 100-240V 50/60Hz household AC power outlet.

Make sure that the minimum distance around the whole unit for sufficient ventilation is 10cm.

SETTING THE CLOCK AND DATE

When the system is connected to the AC outlet for the first time, time ‘0:00’

& Date ‘1- 01’ will show on the display.

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1.

In the Standby mode, press on the top panel or MODE on the remote until the unit enters the clock set mode. ‘24H’ will flash on the display indicating that the clock is set for 24-hour cycle.

2.

Press or on the top panel or the remote once to change the clock format to 12-hour cycle. The display will change from ‘24H’ to ‘12H’.

3.

Press or MODE to confirm. The hour digits ‘12’ will flash. Repeatedly press or to set the hour. Press or MODE to confirm.

4.

When the hour is confirmed, the minute digits ‘00’ will flash. Repeatedly press or to set the minute. Press or MODE to confirm.

5.

When the clock time is set, the year digits will flash. Repeatedly press

or to set the year. Press or MODE to confirm.

6.

‘1’ in the Date box will flash for the month setting. Repeatedly press or to set the month. Press or MODE to confirm.

7.

01’ in the Date box will flash for the day setting. Repeatedly press or

to set the day. Press or MODE to confirm.

SETTING THE ALARM 1 AND 2

You can only set your Alarm mode in the Standby mode.

Setting Alarm 1

1.

In the Standby mode, press and hold on the top panel until the hour digit ‘0’ flashes on the display. Repeatedly press or to set the hour. Press to confirm.

2.

Minute digits ‘00’ will flash. Repeatedly press or to set the minute.

Press to confirm.

3.

The wake up mode display will flash, and then press or repeatedly to select the desired wake up mode.

Wake up to ‘FM Broadcasting’ - You have to pre-tune your desired radio channel in FM radio mode before setting the wake up function.

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Wake up to iPod playback.

Wake up to Buzzer.

4.

Press to confirm.

5.

The alarm can be enabled and disabled by pressing on the unit or repeatedly pressing on the remote.

will display when alarm 1 is enabled.

Set Alarm 2

Press and hold on the top panel until the hour digit ‘0’ flashes on the display and repeat above steps 1 to 3 in Set Alarm 1 to set ALARM 2. Press

to confirm.

The alarm can be enabled and disabled by pressing on the unit or repeatedly pressing on the remote. will display when alarm 2 is enabled.

Snooze Function

After alarm is ON, you can press SNOOZE on the top panel or the remote to temporarily deactivate the alarm which will activate again after approx. 9 minutes. The ALARM icon will flash in the display when snooze function is enabled.

Sleep Function

1.

In the Power on mode, press on the top panel or the remote, “120” and “Sleep” will show on the display.

2.

Press repeatedly to select from 120, 90, 60, 30, 20, 10 or 5 (minutes).

3.

The unit will turn off automatically after the selected time.

4.

To cancel sleep, press and hold on the top panel or on the remote or repeatedly press

SLEEP until “Sleep” disappears on the display. When SLEEP is enabled, you can use the sleep button on the remote to alter or turn off the sleep time.

LISTENING TO FM RADIO

Note: Extend the FM antenna to its full length. It may be necessary to adjust the direction of this wire antenna until you find the best position for reception for your favorite FM stations.

1.

Press on the top panel or on the remote repeatedly until you select the FM function.

2.

The FM frequency will show on the display, indicating the unit is in FM Radio mode.

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3.

Tune to the desired frequency as follows:

Automatic Tuning

Press and hold or until auto tuning starts. The tuner will search the FM band until it finds a station, it will then play station. Repeat this procedure until the tuner stops on your desired station.

Manual Tuning

Repeatedly press or until the frequency of the desired station appears on the display.

4.

Preset FM stations in the tuner memory

This unit includes a 10 stations preset memory. You can store up to 10 FM stations in the tuner memory for immediate recall. The procedure for storing stations in memory is as follows:

1)

Follow step 3 to select the first station you wish to store, the FM frequency will show on the display. For example: 106.2 MHz.

2)

Press MODE, “P” will flash on the display.

3)

Press MEMORY + / - to select the preset program.

4)

Press MODE to confirm.

5)

Repeat step 2) to 4) until you have memorised up to 10 stations. Press MEMORY +/- to listen to the preset FM channel CH01-CH10 at FM mode.

Note: The saved preset stations will be lost if the AC Power is interrupted and the backup batteries are not inserted.

USING YOUR IPod/iPhone

Docking Your iPod/iPhone

The unit comes with 6 removable adaptors to ensure the iPod/iPhone fits properly in the dock.

1.

Refer to the compatibility table below to select a suitable adapter for your iPod and insert it into the iPod socket of the unit.

2.

Gently insert your iPod into the adaptor.

3.

To remove or replace an adapter, remove the iPod and then gently pull the adaptor upward from the unit.

Listening to iPod/iPhone

IMPORTANT!

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In order to prevent unwanted distortion during iPod playback, it is recommended that you set the EQ in your iPod to the Off position. Go to the Main Menu in your iPod/iPhone and then select the Settings

Menu, select the EQ Setting, and make sure that the EQ function is set to Off. (Main Menu > Settings

Menu > EQ Setting > Select Off)

Note: We have also included one flat adaptor with no opening at all. This serves as a dust cover that can be inserted in the docking station if no iPod will be connected to this unit for an extended period of time. Remove this dust cover before use.

1.

Gently push your iPod into the iPod socket.

2.

Press on the top panel or on the remote repeatedly until you select the iPod function.

3.

"iPod" will show on the display, indicating the unit is in iPod mode.

4.

Press PLAY/PAUSE on the top panel or on the remote or your iPod to toggle between the play and pause function.

5.

Press or repeatedly to select the previous or next song.

6.

Press or on the left and right of the iPod dock or VOLUME +/- on the remote to adjust the sound level as desired.

Note: The volume control on your iPod will not function whilst docked.

Control iPod Menu by Remote Control Only

Press MODE on the remote control, the iPod will go to the previous menu. Press or on the remote control to select the next / previous iPod menu item; then press ENTER to enter the selected menu.

Settings are changed in the same way once the menu item has been highlighted.

For iPhone and iPod touch, the remote control will only work as the above described when in iPod Player mode. The remote control of menu navigation will NOT work in home screen mode or any other Apps.

iPod Charging

When an iPod is connected to the unit, the iPod will charge automatically in Standby Mode, iPod Mode,

FM Mode or AUX Mode.

USING YOUR IPHONE

Gently insert your iPhone into the docking station. The music in the iPhone will play automatically. When the airplane mode is turned off, music will not be muted if there is an incoming phone call.

To avoid interrupting your music, you can turn on the airplane mode so your listening pleasure will not be spoilt by the sound of an incoming call.

AUXILIARY IN

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Connect the Audio Output jacks of your auxiliary sound source (TV, VCR, DVD Player, Cassette Deck,

Mini Disc player, etc.) to the AUX IN jack on the back panel of the unit. The auxiliary function will only

function when the aux in jack has a suitable sound source applied via a suitable connection cable.

Note: The connection cables are not included.

1.

Press on the top panel or on the remote repeatedly until

‘AUX’ shows on the display, indicating the unit is in AUX mode.

Connect an audio lead between the output jacks on the Auxiliary sound source to the AUX IN jack on the back panel of the unit.

2.

Turn your auxiliary source 'On' and operate it as usual. The sound from the auxiliary source will be heard through the speakers of this unit.

3.

Adjust the VOLUME level controls of this unit as desired.

DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS CONTROL

In the Standby mode, press any button on top panel or remote control to brighten the display for a few seconds to enable viewing of the time in a darkened room.

In the Power on mode, press SNOOZE to dim or brighten the display.

RESETTING

If the system does not function correctly, you may have experienced an electrostatic discharge or a power surge that caused the internal computer to lock up (crash). If this occurs, simply disconnect the main power at the wall socket and reconnect the main power again after one minute.

Note: Although disconnecting the power will unlock the internal computer after a power surge, it will also erase all of the settings. After turning on the unit, you will need to reset the settings again.

CARE AND MAINTENANCE

CARE OF THE CABINET

If the cabinet becomes dusty wipe it with a soft dry dust cloth. Do not use any wax, polish sprays, or abrasive cleaners on the cabinet.

CAUTION: Never allow any water or other liquids to get inside the unit while cleaning.

SPECIFICATIONS

Power

FM

DC Backup

100-240V AC 50/60 Hz

87.5 -108 MHz

3V(“AAA” size1.5Vx2)

TROUBLESHOOTING

If you have any of the problems listed below please use this troubleshooting guide to try and solve them.

A little time spent in this way may save you to the inconvenience of returning your equipment.

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PROBLEMS

Power

System does not turn on, or does not respond to the remote control.

iPod

won’t play iPod Files or will not function as expected

RADIO

Poor FM reception

REMOTE

No function or short range.

POSSIBLE SOLUTION

Make sure the adapter plug is secure in the wall outlet and it has power.

Remove batteries, pull the adapter plug out for 5 minutes then re-connect and try again. Try on batteries and adapter. If this does not work, leave the unit unplugged before seeking advice.

Make sure FUNCTION is set to iPod mode.

Make sure the iPod is connected correctly.

Make sure the correct cradle for your iPod is fitted to the unit.

Pause mode is activated; press the play-pause button again.

Make sure the iPod is switched on.

Vibration can cause the iPod to come loose from the docking station.

Make sure the FM antenna is extended.

Move the unit away from other operating electrical equipment such as motorised appliances, transformers, televisions and microwave ovens.

Please be aware the structure of some buildings blocks radio waves.

Insert new battery.

Aim straight in front of the remote sensor.

In order to allow you to securely connect any “dockable” iPod model to the docking station, 6 different adaptors is included. Please refer to the following table to select the proper adaptors for your particlur iPod model.

Please insert the connector to the docking station before connecting your iPod.

Adaptors (Marking on Back)

Compatible iPod Models

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iPod 4G: 20GB iPod 3G: 15GB, 30GB, 40GB iPod photo: 20GB, 30GB

10GB,15GB,20GB iPod 4G: 40GB iPod 3G: 30GB

30GB+40GB iPod photo: 40GB, 60GB

60GB iPod nano: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB nano iPod mini: 4GB, 6GB mini iPod nano 2: 2GB, 4GB,

8GB nano 2

Dust Cover

Dust cover should be installed in the docking station if no iPod will be docked for an extended period of time.

Electric and electronic equipment and included batteries contains materials, components and substances that can be hazardous to your health and the environment, if the waste material (discarded electric and electronic equipment and batteries) is not handled correctly.

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Electric and electronic equipment and batteries is marked with the crossed out trash can symbol, seen below. This symbol signifies that electric and electronic equipment and batteries should not be disposed of with other household waste, but should be disposed of separately.

As the end user it is important that you submit your used batteries to the approriate and designated facility. In this manner you make sure that the batteries are recycled in accordance with legislature and will not harm the environment.

All cities have established collection points, where electric and electronic equipment and batteries can either be submitted free of charge at recycling stations and other collection sites, or be collected from the households. Additional information is available at the technical department of your city.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

COPYRIGHT DENVER ELECTRONICS A/S

“Made for iPod,” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod,or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod, or iPhone, may affect wireless performance.

iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod shuffle, and iPod touch are trademarks of

Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

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