THE NEW GENERATION IN TECHNOLOGY NI

THE NEW GENERATION IN TECHNOLOGY NI

THE NEW GENERATION IN TECHNOLOGY

NI-3103A

Alarm Clock w/FM Radio iPod

®

& iPhone

®

Docking

Operating Instructions

Table of Contents

Important Safeguards .............................................................................. 3

Parts .................................................................................................. 6

Controls .............................................................................................. 6

To Set Up ............................................................................................ 7 iPod/iPhone Installation and Use ................................................................ 8

Clock and Alarm .................................................................................... 9

Radio ............................................................................................... 10

Other Options ..................................................................................... 11

Care and Maintenance ........................................................................... 12

Troubleshooting …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 12

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

Signal Word Definitions

DANGER – Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Usage of this signal word is limited to the most extreme situations.

WARNING – Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, 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 alerts against unsafe practices.

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE.

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

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WARNING

-- To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or serious personal injury:

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• Keep the product out of the reach of children and pets. This product is not intended for use by children. Extra caution is necessary when using any electrical product near children.

• Always ensure the product is unplugged from the electrical outlet before relocating or cleaning it.

• Keep the power cord and product away from heated surfaces.

• Do not use the product near water or other liquids.

• Do not place or drop the product into water or other liquids. If the product falls into water, immediately unplug it from the electrical outlet; do not touch or reach into the water.

• To disconnect the product, pull directly on the plug; do not pull on the power cord.

• Do not put any stress on the power cord where it connects to the product as the power cord could fray and break.

• Do not plug/unplug the product into/from the electrical outlet with a wet hand.

• Do not operate the product if it has a damaged or cut power cord or adapter, if wires are exposed, if it malfunctions, if it is dropped or damaged, or if it is dropped in or exposed to water. This product has no user-serviceable parts. Do not attempt to examine or repair this product yourself. Only qualified service personnel should perform any servicing; take the product to the electronics repair shop of your choice for inspection and repair.

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CAUTION

damage:

-- To reduce the risk of personal injury or product/property

• This product is intended for indoor, non-industrial, non-commercial use; do not use the product outdoors.

• Do not wall or ceiling mount this product.

Battery Handling and Usage:

WARNING: Only adults should handle batteries. Do not allow a child to use this product unless the Battery Compartment Cover is securely attached to the Battery

Compartment in accordance with all product usage instructions.

• Follow the battery manufacturer’s safety and usage instructions.

• Keep batteries away from children and pets.

• Do not mix a new and a used battery or mix batteries of different chemistries or sizes.

• Insert the batteries observing the proper polarity (+/−) as indicated inside the battery compartment. Failure to properly align the battery polarity can cause personal injury and/or property damage.

• Remove spent or discharged batteries from the product.

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• Remove the batteries when not using the product for an extended period.

• Never throw batteries into a fire. Do not expose batteries to fire or other heat sources.

• Dispose or recycle spent/discharged batteries in compliance with all applicable laws. For detailed information, contact your local solid waste authority.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE FCC

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference; and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesirable operation.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a

Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio elevation reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. Try to correct the interference by using one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

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Parts

• Remote Control

• AC Power Adapter

• Dock Inserts:

iPod iPod Video iPod Photo

20 GB

40 GB

Mini

Nano

30 GB

60 GB

20 & 30 GB

40 & 60 GB

Controls

Top of Unit:

1. Volume Button

2. Previous Preset Button

3. iPhone Play Button

4. Snooze Button

5. Alarm2 Set Button

6. LCD Display

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7. Function Button

8. Power Button

9. Menu Mono Button

10. Frequency Search Button

11. iPod/iPhone Dock

12. Next Preset Button

Back of Unit:

13. AC Adapter Jack

14. Auxiliary Input Jack

15. Alarm Set Button

Remote Control:

1. LED Indicator

2. POWER Button

3. iPod/iPhone Play Button

4. Tune+/Skip+ Button

5. M+/Up Button

6. Select Button

7. Alarm 2 Button

8. Volume Up Button

9. Sleep/Snooze Button

10. Time / Preset Memory Button

11. Volume Down Button

12. Alarm 1 Button

13. Menu/Mono Button

14. M-/DN Button

15. Tune-/Skip- Button

16. Function Button

17. Battery Compartment

To Set Up

Battery Installation:

Clock/Radio

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16. Time/Preset Memory Button

17. Select Button

18. Battery Compartment

NOTE: Batteries may be installed as a backup to maintain timekeeping if AC power is

interrupted. The Time will not be displayed but will reappear when AC power is

restored.

1. Remove the Battery Compartment Cover by pushing the tab in the direction of the arrow.

2. Insert three "AA" alkaline batteries (not included), observing the proper polarity

(+/−) as indicated inside the Battery Compartment, and then replace the Cover.

Remote Control

1. Remove the Battery Compartment Cover by sliding it in the direction of the arrow.

2. Insert two "AAA" alkaline batteries (not included), observing the proper polarity as marked inside the Compartment, and then replace the Cover.

Power Adapter:

Insert the small end of the AC Adapter into the Jack in the back of the unit and plug the other end into a standard 240-volt AC electrical outlet.

iPod/iPhone Installation and Use

Installing the iPod/iPhone into the Unit:

1. Remove the Dock Cover by pulling it up.

2. Connect the iPod/iPhone to the dock.

3. To remove the iPod/iPhone, simply lift the iPhone up.

Using the iPod/iPhone with the Unit:

1. Press the Power Button on the unit, and then press the Function Button repeatedly until "iPod/iPhone" is displayed.

2. Using the iPod/iPhone Controls or the

Remote Control (see the “Remote Control” subsection), browse for a song.

3. Use the unit Controls as follows:

Function

Play/Pause a song

Adjust the volume

Skip to the next song

Restart a song or skip to the

Action

Press the PLAY Button.

Press the VOL+ or VOL- side of the

VOLUME Button.

Press the TUNE+/SKIP+ side of the

SEARCH Button.

Press the TUNE-/SKIP- side of the

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previous song

Turn off the device

Fast-forward or rewind a song

SEARCH Button once to restart a song or twice to skip to the previous song.

Press the POWER Button.

Press and hold the TUNE+/SKIP+ or

TUNE-/SKIP- side of the SEARCH

Button to fast-forward or rewind, respectively.

Charging the iPod/iPhone in the Unit:

The unit will recharge the iPod while docked.

NOTE: The unit will not charge an iPod Shuffle or any other audio device.

Clock and Alarm

Setting the Time:

1. In StandBy mode, with the Time displayed, press the TIME/MEM Button for 2 seconds until the hour number blinks, then press again the TIME/MEM Button on the back of the unit repeatedly to select the value to be changed. After that, press the "+" or "-" side of the TUNING Button repeatedly to increase/decrease the value one by one, or hold the Button to rapidly increase/decrease the value.

NOTE: If the Time is not displayed, press the POWER Button to turn off the

function in use.

2. Press the TIME/MEM Button again to return to the normal display.

NOTE: The normal display will return after two seconds of inactivity.

Setting and Using the Alarm:

1. In Standby mode, with the Time displayed, press the Alarm Control Button to activate the Alarm Function. "ALARM" display indicates the Alarm1 is activated.

“ALARM2” display indicates the Alarm2 is activated

NOTE: If the Time is not displayed, press the POWER Button to turn off the

function in use.

2. Press either the ALARM SET or the ALARM2 SET button for two seconds to enter

Alarm Control mode. Press either the Alarm Set or the Alarm 2 Set button Control

Button repeatedly to change the time and also select "BUZZER," "TUNER," or "iPod" as the Alarm sound. The text display indicates the selection.

3. Press and hold the Alarm Control Button for 2 seconds, and then press the Alarm

Control Button again to select the value to be changed.

4. Press the "+" or "-" side of the TUNING Button repeatedly to increase/decrease the value one by on, or hold the Button to rapidly increase/decrease the value.

5. Press the Alarm Control Button again to return to the normal display.

NOTE: The normal display will return after two seconds of inactivity.

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6. To turn the Alarm off when it sounds, press the Alarm Control Button.

Snooze Function:

When the Alarm sounds, press the SNOOZE Button, which will turn off the Alarm and sound it again after nine minutes. The Snooze icon "

Z zZ" will display indicating the function is on.

Sleep Function:

1. To activate the Sleep Function, press the POWER Button to turn on the Radio, and then press the SLEEP/SNOOZE Button repeatedly to set the duration in 10-minute intervals up to 90 minutes. "SLEEP" will display indicating the function is on.

2. The function will turn off when time has elapsed, or it can be manually turned off by pressing the POWER Button.

Radio

1. To turn on the Radio, press the Power Button and then press the Function Button repeatedly until a radio station displays.

2. Press the Band Button to select AM or FM.

3. Extend the wire Antenna until a clear signal is received.

4. Adjust the volume by pressing the VOL+ or VOL- side of the Volume Button repeatedly to slowly increase/decrease the volume, or hold the Button to rapidly increase/decrease the volume.

5. Press the SEARCH+ or SEARCH- side of the TUNING Button repeatedly to manually select a frequency, or hold and release after three seconds to scan for the next receivable radio station. If frequencies have been preset, press the PRESET+ or

PRESET- Button repeatedly to select one of the preset frequencies (see the

"Presetting Radio Frequencies" subsection).

NOTE: "ST" will display indicating that the frequency selected is broadcasting in

stereo.

6. To turn off the Radio, press the Power Button.

Presetting Radio Frequencies:

1. With the Radio on, select the Frequency to be stored (see the "Radio" subsection).

2. Press the TIME/MEM Button, and then press the SEARCH+ or SEARCH– side of the TUNING

Button to select the Preset Channel number

(CH) from 1 to 9.

3. Press the TIME/MEM Button to save the frequency.

NOTE: A stored frequency can only be erased by replacing it with another frequency.

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Remarks: When you listen to the AM frequency radio, please remove the iPod/iPhone from the unit in order to avoid any interference of the AM reception.

Other Options

Remote Control:

Use the Remote Control Buttons in the same manner as the Buttons on the unit.

Equalizer:

When using the Radio, iPod/iPhone, or Auxiliary functions, the Equalizer can be adjusted by pressing the EQ Button on the back of the unit to select "POP," "ROCK," "JAZZ," "CLASSIC," or no selection. The text will display indicating the selection, except if none is selected.

Using a Non-Docking iPod or Other Audio Device:

1. Connect the audio device to the AUX-IN Jack on the back of the unit using a stereo audio cable (not included).

2. Press the POWER Button on the unit, and then press the Function Button repeatedly until "AU" (Auxiliary) displays.

3. Turn on and play the audio device.

4. Adjust the volume using the Volume Button on the unit and on the device, if necessary.

5. To turn off the audio device, press the POWER Button on the unit and then turn off the device.

Headphone Jack:

To use headphones (not included) with this unit, ensure the volume is adjusted to a low level, and then connect the headphones to the PHONES Jack on the back of the

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unit. The unit’s speakers will deactivate.

WARNING: Avoid prolonged exposure to high sound levels, as this may cause permanent hearing damage.

Care and Maintenance

Clean the product with a soft cloth; do not use liquids or abrasive chemicals or pads.

Troubleshooting

PROBLEM

No sound

PROBABLE CAUSE

• The volume is set too low.

• A headphone (or earphone is plugged into the unit.

RESOLUTION

• Increase the volume by pressing the VOL+ side of the Volume

Button.

• The iPod is not inserted properly.

• Unplug the headphone (or earphone).

• The iPod is paused or in the

Hold position.

• Remove and reinsert the iPod/iPhone.

• The IPod may need to be reset.

• Switch the iPod/iPhone from the Pause or Hold position.

• Reset the iPod/iPhone as instructed by the device manufacturer’s instructions.

Distorted sound

• The volume level is too high. • Decrease the volume of the unit or of the device.

• Skip to another song file.

• The song file is distorted.

Unit warm after lengthy play.

• This is acceptable, especially if the volume is at a high level.

No power

• The Insert is not securely connected.

• The electrical outlet is not operational.

• Lower the volume or turn off the unit until cool.

• Ensure the Adapter is securely connected to both the Jack and to the electrical outlet.

• Ensure the unit is plugged into an operating electrical outlet.

No power -

Remote

Control

• The transmitter on the front of the Remote or the sensor on the front of the unit is blocked.

• Remove any material or dirt from the transmitter or sensor.

• Replace the batteries as instructed by the “Battery

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• The battery power is low.

• The batteries are incorrectly installed in the Battery

Compartment. iPod/iPhone did not charge

• The iPod/iPhone is not seated properly in the Dock.

• The iPod/iPhone is not operating properly.

Installation” subsection.

• Verify that the battery polarities are correct in the

Battery Compartment and adjust if necessary.

• Remove and replace the iPod/iPhone, ensuring the

Connector is unobstructed and the correct Insert is installed.

• Refer to the iPod/iPhone manufacturer’s instructions for troubleshooting information.

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