AM/FM Stereo USB/SD Weather Band Radio, w/ Front

AM/FM Stereo USB/SD Weather Band Radio,
w/ Front-Panel Auxiliary Input and built in PA
Radio Engineering Industries, Inc.
www.radioeng.com
Rev A.3
Date: 02-28-13
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50W x 4
Installation/Operation Manual
ST-4000
Thank you for purchasing the ST-4000 AM/FM/MP3/USB/SD Receiver from REI.
This product is designed and tested to withstand temperature and vibration extremes.
Please read the owner’s manual carefully before attempting to install.
If you have an installation question or need installation assistance, please call the:
SERVICE HOT LINE
1-877-726-4617 Toll Free USA & CANADA
1-402-339-2200
IF ADDITIONAL INSTALLATION COMPONENTS ARE NECESSARY, CONTACT YOUR REI
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Radio Engineering Industries, Inc.
6534 “L” Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68117
www.radioeng.com
FEATURES:
SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO SECTION
Power supply voltage (negative ground) …………….………. 12V DC (10V-15.6V)
Standby Current…...……………………..…………..…………………………10mA
Max Current Consumption……….……………………….……….….……….....10A
Speaker impedance …………………….……………….……..4-8 Ohms per channel
Maximum Pre-output Voltage……….…........................................2.0Vrms/10k ohms
POWER OUTPUT
Continuous Output into 4Ω, 20 to 20,000 Hz at 10 % THD …..…...……4 x 25Watts
Maximum Power Output (Volume control Maximum)……….…....50W×4 (at 1kHz)
FM TUNER
Range …………………………………………………..….(USA) 87.5 – 107.9 MHz
(EUR) 87.50 – 108.00 MHz
Usable Sensitivity (S/N = 30dB)………………….…..……7.34dBf.(0.6uV/75ohms)
Signal to noise ratio ………………………………….………………...58dB (Mono)
Stereo separation (@ 1K Hz) ………………………….……..……………..…42 dB
AM TUNER
Range …………………………………………………..….…(USA)530 – 1,710 kHz
(EUR) 522 – 1,620 kHz
Usable Sensitivity (S/N = 20dB)………………………..………....23dBuV (14.4uV)
Signal to noise ratio (LEVEL60dbuV)…….………………...………………... 60 dB
WEATHER BAND TUNER
Range …………………………………………………..……162.400 –162.550MHz
Usable Sensitivity (S/N = 20dB)……………………..………………0.7uV(-9dBuV)
Signal to noise ratio (LEVEL40dbuV)…….…………………...……………….42dB
Front-panel USB type-A input
Front-panel SD/SDHC CARD input
Supports MP3/WMA playback
Displays ID3 tag information
50W x 4 Output power
Non-volatile memory back-up stores user Presets when the battery is disconnected
7 channel NOAA® Weather Band Tuner
Electronic AM/FM Stereo Tuner
Radio Station Lock-Out
EURO and USA frequency bands
12/24 hr Clock modes
SD/USB INTERFACE
USB Standard ………………………………………………USB1.1/2.0 (Full Speed)
Maximum Supply Current ………………………..………………………......500mA
File System …….………………...……………………………...…………. Fat16/32
MP3 decoding format …….……………………………. MPEG-1 & 2 Audio layer 3
WMA decoding format
………………………... Ver. 7, 7.1,8,9,10,11 (2ch audio)
(Windows Media Player)
AUXILIARY INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage Maximum Voltage…………………………………………..........1.2V
Input impedance………………………………………………………………..10KΩ
Preset Up to 24 Radio Stations (12 FM, 12 AM)
2 Aux Inputs (Front 3.5mm Stereo Jack/Rear RCA)
Electronic Bass, Treble, Balance, and Fader Controls
LED Backlighting
Integrated PA Microphone inputs (Microphones & Adapters Sold Separately)
Rear Channel Pre-amp outputs
IR wireless Remote Control Ready (Remote and IR extension cable sold separately)
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DIMENSIONS
Chassis (W x H x D) ………...……..….178mm (7”) x 50mm (2”) x 161mm (6-3/8”)
Nosepiece (W x H x D) ……….….188mm (7-3/8”) x 58mm (2-1/4”) x 17mm (5/8”)
Weight ………………………...………………………………………..3.5Ibs(1.6kg)
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RADIO REMOVAL
1.
To remove the radio, disconnect the rear support stud if installed. Carefully
release the front Trim Ring lock tabs at the top and bottom of the nosepiece. Then
insert the two release keys on both sides of the nosepiece and pull the radio out.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem
Power light does not turn on
No sound
Cause
Solution
No power to Memory wire; no
Check for both ACC &
power to ACC wire; blown fuse.
BATTERY voltage with
Multi-meter, check all fuses.
(1) Power/Mode Button
(2) Volume/Select Knob
Speakers not connected; speakers
Connect speakers to harness;
connected with bad splices;
check all spliced wires; verify
Speakers shorted to ground; total
speakers not shorted to chassis;
(3) Band Button
speakers load not within 4-8 Ω/ch.
verify total speaker impedance.
(4) APS/Scan Button
Check volume level.
Public Address can NOT be
Microphone volume level is “0”;
Turn the volume up on the
heard over speakers
microphone is pinned wrong;
microphone when the LCD
wrong microphone type is used.
display’s MIC; Check that the
Microphone is set to the wrong
correct microphone type is
outputs.
connected. Check the PA
setting’s in the radio’s menu.
LCD Display says MIC and
PA system is triggered
Remove microphone connection
and verify correct pinning;
front controls are locked
replace microphone.
Cannot tune radio stations
The antenna cable is not connected.
Connect the antenna cable.
The signal is too weak.
Check the frequency spacing in
The radio
is in the wrong frequency steps.
Digital media won’t play or
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
Media is an unsupported file type.
(6) Front Auxiliary Input Jack
(7) Preset Memory Buttons/Playback Options
(8) SD Card Input slot
(9) USB Input Slot
(10) Display Button
(11) Reset Button
the radio’s menu.
Encode media with a supported
says “ERROR” and skips to
file type; use different software
“AUX”
to encode media
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(5) Radio Station Tune/ Media Track Control Buttons
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REQUIRED RADIO DIMENSIONS
Verify the radio will fit by following the suggested dimensions below.
OPERATION
1) Power On/Off Button
Press the Power Button to turn the unit ON. Press and hold this button to turn the
unit OFF. The button will illuminate RED when OFF and GREEN when ON.
Note: Radio can also be powered on by pressing any front button.
Mode Button
Press this button to select source mode (RADIO /USB/CARD/AUX1/AUX2)
*USB and SD card must be inserted to activate these modes
2) Volume/Select Knob
Rotate the knob left or right to change the volume level.
Press the knob to select one of the following functions:
VOL---BASS---TREB---BAL--FAD
Upon choosing the function, rotate the knob to adjust the desired setting.
PLEASE NOTE: If the Volume/Select Knob has not been adjusted for 5 seconds it
will automatically revert back to volume function.
RADIO INSTALLATION
1.
Verify lock Clips on the DIN collar are pressed inward. Place the collar
into the dash opening. Bend the locking tabs outward as shown on the drawing
below to secure into place in the Dash Opening.
3) Band Button
Press this button to change radio bands as follows:
FM1—FM2— WB1— AM1—AM2
Press this button to confirm changes in the SETUP menu
4) Auto Store / Preset Scan Button
Press and hold this button for 2 seconds to auto program available stations into the
preset memory buttons. This function will erase previous memorized stations and
store the newly searched stations. Once completed, the radio will scan for 5
seconds through each of the preset stations of either the AM or FM band and stop.
Press this button to automatically preview all radio stations for 5 seconds.
5) TUNE / SEEK Buttons
Under Radio mode, press the desired button momentarily to manually tune a
station moving upward or downward. Press and hold a button and the radio will
automatically seek the next available radio station. These buttons also function as
Weather Band Channel 7 (162.550 MHz) access. Under weather band mode,
pressing these buttons will select weather band channels 1-7.
6) Auxiliary Input Jacks
The unit is equipped with a front panel 3.5mm auxiliary input (AUX 1) so you can
connect your external portable audio player or portable satellite radio receiver. A
second REAR (AUX 2) RCA jack is also included on the rear of the radio.
*It may be necessary to adjust the volume level of your portable devise to achieve
an optimal volume level.
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2.
Route all cable through the DIN collar and make all the necessary rear
connections with the radio. Verify clearance; then gently insert the radio into the
DIN Collar until both sides are locked. Secure rear mounting stud for additional
support.
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RADIO CONNECTIONS
Follow this easy wiring diagram when installing. Be sure to disconnect the battery
negative terminal before beginning.
7) Preset Memory/Recall Buttons
Press one of these buttons momentarily to select preset station.
Press and holding a button will preset the current station to the button being
pressed.
**Preset buttons are pre-assigned frequencies in Weather Band Mode.
During media playback, use these buttons
folders.
to scroll through available
Press this button to PAUSE/PLAY the media.
Press this button to select INTRO ON/OFF.
Press this button to change REPEAT ON/OFF.
Press this button to turn RANDOM ON/OFF.
8) USB Input
Insert a USB drive and the radio will automatically switch to USB input and begin
playback.
**Note: The unit's USB port does not support the Apple iPod or iPhone.
9) SD Card Input
Insert the SD card and the radio will automatically switch to the CARD input and
begin playback.
10) DISP Button
If there is a malfunction of the unit, pressing the RESET button will clear the
system Press this button to change between Clock and Mode Information
display.
Setting the Time:
Press this button momentarily to display the time. Next, press and hold this button
until the hour display begins to flash. Rotate Volume/Select Knob to adjust the
hour. Press the DISP button again, and the minute display will flash. Rotate
Volume/Select Knob to adjust the minute. Press the DISP button to save the time
on the LCD.
11) Reset Button
If there is a malfunction of the unit, pressing the RESET button will clear the
system.
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WEATHER BAND MODE
NOAA National Weather Radio Broadcasts from over 1000 locations throughout
the U.S. on seven VHF/FM frequencies. Tune to receive continuous weather
information 24 hours a day on one of the following frequencies.
Press preset 1 to select weather band channel 1 - 162.400MHZ
Press preset 2 to select weather band channel 2 - 162.425MHZ
Press preset 3 to select weather band channel 3 - 162.450MHZ
Press preset 4 to select weather band channel 4 - 162.475MHZ
Press preset 5 to select weather band channel 5 - 162.500MHZ
Press preset 6 to select weather band channel 6 - 162.525MHZ
**Press SEEK UP/DOWN to select weather band channel 7 - 162.550 MHz
It is possible to receive a very weak signal or no signal at all. Weather Band signals
are just like AM & FM signals and are affected by weather conditions, obstructions,
mountains, and valleys.
RADIO SYSTEM MENU
 Press and hold the VOL/SEL button for 2 seconds.
LCD will display MENU, make the desired selection below:
To change display SCROLL OPTIONS, rotate VOL/SEL, then press to choose:
 Scroll ONCE
 Scroll OFF
 Scroll ON
Entering the wrong code will scroll “ERR CODE”. Once the user enters the correct
code, the display will show “UNLOCKED” and restore the radio to normal operation.
PA OPERATION (microphone sold separately)
The ST-4000 has three PA Microphone inputs, 2 Dynamic & 1 Carbon. All PA
microphones have priority over other audio modes, and will MUTE the source audio
being played when keyed. When a PA is triggered, the front display will show
MIC 1, MIC 2 or MIC, until the trigger is un-keyed. Once released, it will return
to the previous source mode at the previous volume level.
The Dynamic MIC 1 PA input is the Primary and the other PA input MIC 2 is the
Secondary. When the two are keyed simultaneously, the MIC 1 PA microphone
will always have priority over the MIC 2 PA.
All PA inputs operate regardless of radio power status, as long as both ACC and
Battery power is applied to the radio. The volume levels of MIC 1 & MIC 2 can be
independently adjusted from the radio’s main VOL/SEL knob on the front of the
radio. Once released, their final volume levels are stored into memory as default for
the next time they are keyed. The volume levels of MIC 1 & MIC 2 can only be
adjusted when they are keyed. The volume of the Carbon microphone, MIC, is only
adjustable on the microphone itself and therefore its level is not saved. A rear
view of the radio’s PA pin connections are shown below:
To enable the RDS option, rotate VOL/SEL, then press to choose:
 RDS ON
 RDS OFF
**RDS operation is reserved for use on future versions
To save and exit, press and hold the VOL/SEL button.
Menu will exit automatically after 5continuous seconds without saving the selection.
RADIO STATION LOCK-OUT
Radio station Lock-Out gives Fleet managers the ability to restrict AM/FM playback.
To enable operation, set acceptable stations into all the AM & FM presets. If only
one station is allowed, preset that same station into all presets of either the FM or AM
band. Once the stations are set, Press and hold both the VOL/SEL (2) and BAND (3)
buttons for 3 seconds. The display will scroll “ENTER CODE”, at which time the
user can enter a personal 4 digit code using presets 1-6. Once entered, the display
will show “LOCKED” giving the user confirmation. The user will have access to
only the AM & FM stations found in presets 1-6. If the user attempts to change the
station using the SEEK/TUNE buttons, the display will scroll “ENTER CODE”.
NOTE:
For easy viewing at night, the backlighting will always be on when ACC +12V
switched power is applied. Backlighting will only shut off when the switched ACC
+12V power is removed.
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