DAB+/DAB, FM Digital Radio Instruction Manual IKR2111DAB

DAB+/DAB, FM Digital Radio Instruction Manual IKR2111DAB
DAB+/DAB, FM Digital Radio
Instruction Manual
IKR2111DAB
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Introduction
Thank you for buying this product, which is designed to give you many years of trouble-free service. You may already
be familiar with using a similar unit, but please take time to read these instructions.
Safety is important
Your safety and the safety of others is important. Please therefore, ensure you read the “Safety Instructions” before
you operate this unit.
Ensure that you read all of the safety instructions before using this unit.
Safety Considerations

Position the power cable and other connected cables so that they are not likely to be walked on, pinched or
where items can be placed on or against them.

Do not use the unit in humid or damp conditions.

Do not allow the unit to get wet.

Never allow children to insert foreign objects into holes or slots on the unit.

Do not cover the ventilation with items such as tablecloths, curtains, etc. This may cause overheating.

No naked flame sources, such as lit candles, should be placed on or near the unit.

Do not expose the unit to dripping or splashing water, and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be
placed on or near the apparatus.

Do not place the unit in closed cabinet without proper ventilation.

If any malfunction occurred, please contact to your shopkeeper, do not attempt to repair radio yourself unless you
are profession. Otherwise, this will cause irreversible damage to the radio and may damage the casing.
Battery

The old battery should be recycled or disposed of in an environmentally friendly way as prescribed by your local
regulations.
Cleaning


Disconnect the unit from the mains supply before cleaning.
Do not use any liquids or aerosol cleaners, as this may damage the unit. Use a soft, dust free cloth.
Servicing


There are no user serviceable parts in the unit. When servicing, refer to qualified service person professional.
Consult your retailer if you are ever in doubt about the installation / operation / safety of the product.
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 2
Safety Considerations ...................................................................................................................................... 2
Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... 3
Front Overview ................................................................................................................................................ 4
Unit Back and Side Overview ............................................................................................................................ 5
Getting Started ........................................................................................................................................ 5
DAB MODE ............................................................................................................................................... 6
Getting started ................................................................................................................................................ 6
How to browse station information .................................................................................................................. 6
How to Show the Signal Strength ..................................................................................................................... 7
How to Shift to Other Program ......................................................................................................................... 7
How to Full scan............................................................................................................................................... 7
Setting Station Presets ..................................................................................................................................... 8
Selecting a Preset Station ................................................................................................................................. 8
FM MODE ................................................................................................................................................ 8
How to browse station information .................................................................................................................. 9
AUX IN MODE .......................................................................................................................................... 9
AUX IN Operation Mode................................................................................................................................... 9
System setting ......................................................................................................................................... 9
How to Set the Clock ........................................................................................................................................ 9
How to Set Alarm ........................................................................................................................................... 10
How to Set Backlight ...................................................................................................................................... 10
How to Set Language...................................................................................................................................... 11
How to Factory Reset ..................................................................................................................................... 11
How to Software Upgrade .............................................................................................................................. 11
How to get SW Version .................................................................................................................................. 11
Specification .......................................................................................................................................... 12
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Front Overview
Control
All
mode
Press to turn on/off Radio
POWER
When alarm is coming, press to turn alarm off
MODE
Press to shift to another mode
MENU
Press to Main menu and system settings
∗
Press
∗
While in system setting like set time, set alarm etc. Press
through options, press SELECT/NAV confirm.
or
to cycle
∗
FM mode: while frequency is showing up, press and hold
searching
or
to auto-
∗
When alarm is activated, press SELECT/NAV to postpone the alarm
∗
Under normal condition, press SELECT/NAV to activate the navigate function
SELECT/NAV
of
or
to adjust volume level.
and
PRESET
Press and hold to store presets options, press to recall
SNOOZE
Press to set snooze duration time
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Unit Back and Side Overview
1. Remove the cable from the power socket if any.
2. Remove the battery compartment cover at the back
of the radio.
3. Fit 4 new batteries, referring to the markings inside
the battery compartment.

Note: a. Please do not reverse any battery and do not mix
battery types, also do not mix old and new
batteries.
b. If you won’t use the radio for an extended period,
please remove the batteries to avoid damage.
4. Cover the battery door.
5. Press POWER to turn on the unit, battery operation
will be selected automatically.


When the battery indicator
runs out of
battery, it would be twinkling, this is a sign of
new batteries is needed.

The old battery should be recycled or disposed of
in an environmentally friendly way as prescribed
by your local regulations.
Note: please leave Upgrade Port to radio technician handle only.
Getting Started
Carefully remove your DAB+ Receiver from the box. You may wish to store the packaging for future use.
In the Box
Inside the box you will find:

DAB+ Radio (Main Unit)

Power Adapter

User Guide
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Positioning your DAB Radio
Place your radio on a flat / stable surface that is not subject to vibrations.
Avoid the following locations:

Where it is exposed to direct sunlight.
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Where it is close to heat radiating sources.

Where the humidity is high and ventilation is poor.

Where it is dusty.

Where it is damp or there is a possibility of water dripping or splashing onto unit.
Adjusting the Antenna
The aerial should be extended to ensure good reception in both DAB and FM radio modes. It may be necessary to
alter the position of the RADIO to achieve the best signal.
Using Headphones
You will require headphones fitted with a 3.5 mm diameter stereo plug. The Headphone socket is located on the back
of this unit. Headphones are not supplied with this DAB+ Receiver.
Tuning On/Off
Connect the power adaptor to connect the DC Jack on the back of the unit. After this connection is made, insert the
power adaptor into the wall outlet. Press Power to turn on the unit and press this button again to turn off the power.
DAB MODE
Getting started
1.
Extend antenna on the back of your radio. Press POWER to turn on the unit.
2. For initial use, it will conduct a full scan for auto searching and store all DAB+ and DAB Radio stations. The auto
searching may take 1-2 minutes to complete, after all stations are stored, you will see:

Note: 1. the DAB+ stations will be displayed in alphanumeric order. The first
station in the list will be selected.
2. If no DAB+ signal is found in your area, it may be necessary for you
to relocate your radio.
How to browse station information
1. Press MENU, while it indicates ‘Display’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
2. Press
or
to cycle through options: ‘Scrolling text’, ‘Signal strength’, ‘Program Type’,
‘Ensemble’, ‘Frequency’, ‘Bit rate and codec’, ‘Format’, ‘Time’ and ‘Date’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm your
selecting option.
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How to Show the Signal Strength
1. Press MENU, while it indicates ‘Display’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
2. Press
or
to ‘Signal strength’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm, the LCD screen will display a
signal bar to show the signal strength.
The indicator on the signal bar shows the minimum acceptable
signal level.

Note: Stations with signal strength below the minimum signal level will
not provide a steady stream of audio.
How to Shift to Other Program
While playing a DAB+, or DAB program, meanwhile, make sure there is no other setting is going on, the path of
shifting to other program is:
1.
Press SELECT/NAV to activate the navigate function of
and
2.
3.
Press
and
to browse station list.
While your favor program hop on, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
.
How to Full scan
1. Press MENU, while it indicates ‘Display’, Press
‘Full scan’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
Then, the radio will scan all the channels and store all stations available.
How to Set DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
You can set the level of the compression of stations to eliminate the differences in dynamic range or sound level
between radio stations.
1. Press MENU, while it indicates ‘Display’, Press

2. Press
or
‘DRC’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
Note: a. Set DRC to off indicates no compression
b. Set DRC to low indicates little compression,
c. Set DRC to high shows maximum compression.
to select DRC Mode and press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
How to Prune Stations Order

Note: doing this order, inactive stations will be removed from the station list.
1. Press MENU, while it indicates ‘Display’, press
to ‘Prune’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
2. Press
7
to ‘Yes’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
Setting Station Presets
Your radio can store 10 DAB+ & 10 FM station presets. To store presets:

Note: this is the same for DAB+ and FM Radio stations.
1. While playing your favourite station, press and hold PRESET until it says ‘Preset Store <1: (Empty)>’.
2. Press
or
to cycle through preset stations 1-10 and then press SELECT/NAV to confirm
your preferred preset number, it would indicates ‘Preset # stored’.
Selecting a Preset Station
To select a stored station:
1. Press MODE to shift to relative mode.
2. Press PRESET, it says ‘Preset Recall <1: xxxxxx>’.
3. Press
or
to your preferred preset station, and then press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
FM MODE
1. Press MODE to switch to FM Mode from DAB Mode.
2. Once in FM mode, it will start at the beginning of the FM frequency range
(87.50MHz). Or it will play the last FM station you were listening to.
How to Manually Scan
Make sure there is no other setting is going on, the path of manual scan is:
1. Press SELECT/NAV to activate the navigate function of
2. Press
or
and
,
to manually scan FM frequency.
How to Autoscan

Note: in order to have your radio detect strong signal stations only, please refer below to set ‘Scan setting’ to ‘strong stations
only’ before you conduct ‘Autoscan’.
1. Press SELECT/NAV to activate the navigate function of
2. Press and hold
or
and
,
to backward or forward scanning.

Note: 1. The display will show the frequency changing until it stops on the
next station.
2.
After it reaches the end of the frequency range, it will go back to the
start frequency.
Scan Setting
1. Press MENU and then press
to select Scan Setting menu, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.

Note: if you choose Strong Stations only, the menu will show only the
stations with strong signal strength, while All Stations means all detected
stations will be shown.
2. Press
or
to select your preferred option, and then press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
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Audio Setting
1. Press MENU and then press
to select Audio Setting menu, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.

Note: if you choose Stereo Allowed, the sound output is stereo, while
Forced Mono means the sound output is Mono.
2. Press
or
to select your preferred option, and then press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
How to browse station information
1. Press MENU, while it indicates ‘Display’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
2. Press
or
to cycle through options: ‘Radio text’, ‘Program Type’, ‘PS’, ‘Audio info’, ‘Time’ and
‘Date’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm your selecting option.
AUX IN MODE
AUX IN Operation Mode
1. Switch radio on.
2. Connect one end of cable lead to the headphone (or auxiliary out) socket of your source device, the other end
connect to AUX IN socket on the rear of your radio.
3. Now, your radio is ready to transform into a high quality digital audio
speaker system.
4.

To gain optimal volume levels, adjusting the output volume level on
both the source device and your radio are recommended.
Note: AUX IN allows for quick and easy connection an MP3 player or other external sound sources.
System setting
How to Set the Clock
1. Press MENU and then press
to select Time menu, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
2. Follow your radio’s instruction, configure the following parameters::
 <Set 12/24 hour format>: ‘Set 24 hour’ and ‘Set 12 hour’
 <Set Time/date>: Manually set-up both Time and Date
 <Auto update>: ‘Update from DAB’ and ‘No update’
 <Set date format>: ‘MM-DD-YYYY’ and ‘DD-MM-YYYY’
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How to Set Alarm

Note: ensure that clock is set already.
1.
Press MENU and then press
‘Alarm 1’.
1. To set alarm 2, continue step1, press
to select Alarms menu, press SELECT/NAV to confirm, it will says
to ‘Alarm 2’, now let’s take set alarm 1 as example.
or
2. While your radio says‘Alarm 1’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
3. Now ‘Alarm 1 Setup’ should be showing up, press SELECT/NAV to confirm, your radio will run into ‘Alarm 1
Wizard’.
4. Follow your radio’s instruction, configure the following parameters:
∗
Alarm states: Off/On, press
∗
On time: 06: 00 (alarm sounding time)
∗
Duration time: 15/30/45/60/90 minutes (alarm sounding lasting time)
∗
Source: Buzzer/DAB/FM
∗
Alarm sounds frequency: Daily, Once, Weekends or Weekdays
∗
Alarm volume: press
or
or
to ‘On’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
to your favor alarm volume, and then press SELECT/NAV to
confirm, your radio will say ’Alarm saved’.
To Operate SNOOZE

When Alarm is sound, press SNOOZE to postpone it.
 Note that snooze time can be changed by pressing SNOOZE to activate snooze setting function, and then
press
or
to view option, press SELECT/NAV to confirm your expecting snooze duration.
•
While in SNOOZE function, the radio will go into standby mode and count down how long snooze will be elapsed,
during this moment, you can press POWER to stop snooze, and press POWER again to have your radio play.
•
When radio reached SNOOZE time, it should be sound again.
To Turn Off Alarm

Note: a. To turn alarm off temporary, while alarm is coming, press POWER is OK; To turn it off permanently, please follow
below option b.
b. you can simply follow below steps.
Refer above step 1-4 enter relative alarm setting, while Alarm states: On is twinkling, press
or
to ‘Off’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm, and then follow your radio’s illustration, until it indicates you ‘Alarm saved’, it
is done!
How to Set Backlight
∗
Under Power On Mode
1. Press MENU and then press
to select Backlight menu, press SELECT/NAV to confirm, it will say
‘Backlight <Power on>’.
2. Press
or
to your preferred level, normally, for the convenience of sight, people enjoying
‘High’ level of Backlight for power on mode.
3. Press SELECT/NAV to confirm your choice.
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∗
Under Standby Mode
1. Refer above step1, while it says ‘Backlight <Power on>’, press
or
to ‘Standby’, press
SELECT/NAV to confirm.
2. Refer above step 2-3 setting it, you can also choose low to reduce any light disturbance in case you are staying in
a dark room.
How to Set Language
1. Press MENU and then press
2. Press
or
or
to select Language menu, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
to select your desired one, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
How to Factory Reset

Note: Doing this will reset and delete all the preset stations and return radio to its factory settings.
1. Press MENU and then press
confirm.
2. Press
or
or
to select Factory Reset menu, press SELECT/NAV to
to select YES from ‘Factory Reset? <No> Yes’, press SELECT/NAV to confirm.
How to Software Upgrade

Note: Please leave this to professional only, if your unconsciously pushed this order, please power up your radio again to
have your radio back to normal working condition.
How to get SW Version

Note: You can obtain the software version from this.
1. Press MENU and then press
you get it!
to select SW version menu, press SELECT/NAV to confirm, and then
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Specification
Specifications ………………………………………………..
Speaker power…………………………………………..…..
Frequency Range .………………………………………….
DAB, DAB+ and FM digital radio
0.5W
FM: 87.5-108MHz DAB+: 174 – 240MHz
Earphone jack…………………………………….……..…..
Frequency Response………………………………....…….
32ohm
80Hz to 20kHz (- +6dB)
LCD Display .……………………………..………………….
High resolution display
Power Supply .………………………………………………. AC Power Input: 100-240VAC, 50-60Hz
(please use our provided adapter)
Dimension .……………………………….………………….
169mm x 56mm x 120mm
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