SPARC™ SHD-TR10 Quick Start Guide

SPARC™ SHD-TR10 Quick Start Guide
Language Screen and Settings
International Tuning
Area Setting Menu (FM Tuning Regions)
Press MENU and then press  to view the Area Setting menu.
Press SELECT to access the tuning regions.
Press  to change the Area Setting to one of the FM Tuning Regions.
Press SELECT to save the Area Setting (FM Tuning Region).
FM Tuning Regions
Region A (Philippines, Romania): FM (87.5 to 108.0 MHz), 100 kHz
Region B (US, Mexico, Canada): FM (87.5 to 107.9 MHz), 200 kHz
Region C (SE Asia): FM (87.5 to 108.0 MHz), 50 kHz
Region D: FM (75.9 to 107.9 MHz), 200 kHz
Region E (Brazil): FM (76.0 to 108.0 MHz), 100 kHz
Notice that the asterisk (*) indicates the current setting.
Press the MENU button and then press SELECT.
Press  or  to access and view the System Language screen.
Press SELECT to access the Language settings.
Press  or  to change the language setting.
When your language appears, press SELECT to save the language setting.
Available languages are English, Spanish (Español), Portuguese (Português), French
(Français): the default language is English.
Notice that the asterisk (*) indicates that English is the current language setting.
Factory Reset Screen
Press the MENU button and then press SELECT.
Press  or  to access and view the System Factory Reset screen.
Backlight Level/Brightness
This feature controls the brightness of the backlight. There are nine backlight level
settings (0 to 8). Level 8 is the brightest setting and level 0 is the dimmest setting.
Press MENU and then press SELECT.
Press  to navigate to the System Backlight menu.
Press the SELECT button to access the Backlight menu.
The backlight brightness can be adjusted for ‘Power on’ mode and ‘Standby’ mode.
Press  to choose ‘Power on’ or ‘Standby’ and then press SELECT to proceed.
Press  or  to change the Backlight Level setting.
Press SELECT to save the setting and exit the menu.
Press SELECT to access the Factory Reset options.
Press  or  to highlight one of the options: “No” or “Yes”.
Selecting “Yes” will restore the radio to the initial factory settings.
Press SELECT to save the Factory Reset option.
The LCD will display “Restart….” to confirm that the radio has been restored to the
initial factory settings.
Software Version Screen
Press the MENU button and then press  to navigate to the System SW Version screen.
SPARC™ SHD-TR10 Quick Start Guide
SPECIFICATIONS
Performance Parameter
Specifications
International Tuning Regions
Frequency Ranges
Frequency Step Sizes
Area Settings (FM Tuning Regions)
Region A (Philippines, Romania)
FM: (87.5 to 108.0 MHz), 100 kHz
Region B (US, Mexico, Canada)
FM: (87.5 to 107.9 MHz), 200 kHz
Region C (SE Asia)
FM: (87.5 to 108.0 MHz), 50 kHz
Region D
FM: (75.9 to 107.9 MHz), 200 kHz
Region E (Brazil)
FM: (76.0 to 108.0 MHz), 100 kHz
Languages Available
English (Default language is English)
Spanish (Español)
Portuguese (Português)
French (Français)
Number of Preset Stations that can be
Stored
10
Headphone Jack Type
3.5-mm, 1/8-inch
(Headphones not included)
Display Type
Monochrome LCD
2 x 16 characters
Power Supply
AC Input: 100 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz
DC Output: 9 VDC, 600 mA
Battery Type and Quantity
AA-size alkaline / Six (6)
(Batteries not included)
Speaker Output Power
2 x 2W (rms)
WARRANTY
90-day repair or replace.
Go to www.sparcradio.com.
COPYRIGHT & TRADEMARKS
HD Radio Technology manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital Corporation.
U.S. and Foreign Patents apply.
HD Radio™ and the HD, HD Radio, SPARC™, and “Arc” logos are proprietary trademarks of
iBiquity Digital Corporation.
COMPLIANCE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation of this product 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 undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
[SPARC™ SHD-TR10 Quick Start Guide (QSG, Owner’s Manual) … v001.13]
The SHD-TR10 is a high-quality table radio, offering the most advanced radio
broadcast technology—HD Radio™ Technology. The TR10 offers:
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CD-like sound quality for FM
New broadcast channels and content (HD2/HD3), not available on a
traditional FM radio
Advanced programming information: such as Artist and Song Title
Advanced features: such as backlight brightness adjustment and
international tuning regions
Presets, Seek, Tune
AC or Battery Operation (batteries not included)
Please read this quick start guide. To learn more about SPARC™ Radios, go to
www.sparcradio.com. To learn more about HD Radio Technology, go to
www.hdradio.com.
SPARC™ SHD-TR10: Controls and Connections
HD Radio™ Technology
RADIO DISPLAY: FM Radio Mode
This radio tunes traditional analog FM and new HD Radio Digital Broadcasts. In digital
mode, sound quality is improved, new broadcast streams (stations) not available in
analog are available, and additional information such as Song Titles and Artist
Information can be displayed. To find new digital stations, go to
www.hdradio.com/stations.
Primary (HD1) signals are received in both analog and digital. If the digital signal is lost,
the radio will automatically blend to the analog signal and continue to play. However,
when receiving the new additional signals (HD2/HD3), there is no analog equivalent; if
the signal is lost, the radio will mute to silence. If this happens, you can wait for it to
return or simply tune to another station.
For stations in your area, scan this code or go to www.hdradio.com/stations.
TUNING BUTTONS
Press  to “tune up” or press  to “tune down” the frequency band: radio tunes to
each frequency/station possibility.
To access the strongest stations in a given broadcast area:
Press and hold  to seek/find the next “strong signal” station.
Press and hold  to seek/find the previous “strong signal” station.
Location of Radio and Antenna
Reception is improved when the radio is near windows and outside walls. The antenna
should be extended fully and oriented for best reception. Other appliances,
computers, TVs, light dimmers, electric motors, etc. may interfere with signal reception.
This radio is equipped with an external, extendable FM monopole antenna. Take care
not to bend or break it when moving it.
PRESET BUTTONS
The SHD-TR10 can store/save up to 10 stations.
To store the current station, press and hold 1/6, 2/7, 3/8, 4/9, or 5/10.
Display will show: Preset Store, Preset Number, and Frequency.
AC Power Supply
The AC Power Supply should be located as far from the antenna as practical, and
positioned for best possible reception.
To recall a Preset Station (1 to 5): press 1/6, 2/7, 3/8, 4/9, or 5/10.
To recall a Preset Station (6 to 10): press SHIFT, and then press 1/6, 2/7, 3/8, 4/9, or 5/10.
If a preset is not defined, a “Preset Empty” message will appear.
General Button Guide
Press MENU to access and view the menus.
Press  or  to navigate to a menu of interest.
Press  or  to highlight one of the options in a menu.
Press  or  to change the setting for one of the options in a menu.
Asterisk (*) indicates the current setting.
Press MENU to return to the radio display.
Press SELECT to access options, confirm choices, or save settings.
Standby Mode
In standby mode, the alarm indicators, A1 and/or A2, will appear on the LCD (if the
alarms are turned on) along with the time and date.
Set 12/24 Hour (continued from page 4)
STANDBY (POWER)
Press the STANDBY button to “Power On” or “Power Off”.
The STANDBY button is located on top of the radio.
MENU
Press MENU and then press SELECT to access the System Time menu.
Press the SELECT button to access the Time menu.
Press  or  to navigate to the ‘Set 12/24 hour’ setting.
Press the MENU button to access and view a menu and its options.
INFO
Press the INFO button to cycle through the Radio, Time, and Date displays.
SHIFT
Press the SHIFT button to access Preset #6 to Preset #10.
SELECT
Setting the Alarms (Two alarms can be set.)
Press the SELECT button to access options, confirm choices, or save settings.
On Time
SNOOZE
Press the MENU button and then press SELECT.
Press  or  to access and view the System Alarms screen.
Press SELECT to proceed to the Alarms menu.
Press  to select Alarm 1 or Alarm 2: observe the Alarm Wizard.
Press the SNOOZE button to postpone an alarm for nine minutes.
VOL.+ and VOL.−
Press the “VOL.+” button to turn the volume up.
Press the “VOL.-” button to turn the volume down.
Setting the Time and Date
Set Time/Date
Press MENU and then press SELECT to access the System Time menu.
Press the SELECT button to access the Time menu.
Press SELECT to set the time/date.
Press  or  button to change the hour, press SELECT to confirm.
Press  or  button to change the minute, press SELECT to confirm.
Press  or  button to choose AM or PM, press SELECT to confirm.
Press  or  button to change the hour, press SELECT to confirm.
Press  or  button to change the minutes, press SELECT to confirm.
Press  or  button to choose AM or PM, press SELECT to confirm.
Confirm the “On time” in the Alarm Wizard before selecting the Alarm Source.
Selecting the Alarm Source
The alarm source can be a buzzer or your favorite station.
In the Alarm Wizard, press  to change the source and press SELECT to confirm.
In the Alarm Wizard, there are options to choose:
Press  to choose the recurrence of the alarm: Once, Daily, Weekdays, Weekends.
Press  or  to choose the volume for the alarm.
Press  to choose the status for the alarms: Alarms On or Alarms Off.
Press  or  button to change the month, press SELECT to confirm.
Press  or  button to change the day, press SELECT to confirm.
Press  or  button to change the year, press SELECT to confirm.
‘Time Saved’ will appear on the LCD.
Set Date Format
Press MENU and then press SELECT to access the System Time menu.
Press the SELECT button to access the Time menu.
Press  or  to navigate to the ‘Set date format’ setting.
MM-DD-YYYY
or
DD-MM-YYYY
For each option, press SELECT to confirm your choice.
After confirming the alarm options, the “Alarms Saved’ message will appear on the LCD.
To cancel an alarm, return to the Alarm 2 Wizard (as shown above) and change the
status for the alarm from “Alarms On” to “Alarms Off”.
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