DENVER NE-6223 manual 20161207

DENVER NE-6223 manual 20161207
Instruction manual
DAB-35
SAFETY
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FOR HOUSEHOLD AND INDOOR USE ONLY
PLACE THE APPLIANCE ON A FLAT, STABLE SURFACE WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION
AND AWAY FROM OTHER SOURCES OF HEAT. MINIMUM DISTANCES AROUND THE
APPLIANCE FOR ADEQUATE VENTILATION IS 10CM. DO NOT COVER OR RESTRICT
VENTILATION OPENINGS.
CHILDREN SHOULD BE SUPERVISED TO ENSURE THEY DO NOT PLAY WITH THE
APPLIANCE, AND THE APPLIANCE AND CABLE SHOULD BE KEPT COMPLETELY OUT OF
REACH OF YOUNG CHILDREN.
THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT DESIGNED FOR USE BY CHILDREN, OR PERSONS WITH
REDUCED PHYSICAL, SENSORY OR MENTAL CAPABILITIES, AND SHOULD NOT BE USED
BY SUCH PERSONS UNLESS THEY CAN DO SO SAFELY. WHERE NECESSARY, SUCH
PERSONS (OR ANYONE WITH LACK OF EXPERIENCE OR KNOWLEDGE) SHOULD FIRST
BE GIVEN SUPERVISION OR INSTRUCTION CONCERNING USE OF THE APPLIANCE BY A
PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR SAFETY.
FULLY UNWIND THE CABLE BEFORE PLUGGING IN AND ENSURE THE CABLE IS
POSITIONED AWAY FROM AREAS WHERE IT IS LIKELY TO GET DAMAGED OR CAUSE A
TRIP HAZARD.
THE OUTPUT CORD OF THIS MAINS ADAPTOR CANNOT BE REPLACED. IN THE EVENT OF
DAMAGE TO THE CABLE, JACK PLUG OR ADAPTOR, THE ENTIRE ADAPTOR UNIT SHOULD
BE REPLACED.
CONNECTIONS MUST ONLY BE MADE VIA THE MAINS ADAPTOR SUPPLIED, NEVER
CONNECT THE APPLIANCE DIRECTLY TO THE 240V MAINS SUPPLY.
NEVER USE THE ADAPTOR SUPPLIED WITH ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
THE MAINS ADAPTOR WILL BECOME WARM IN USE; DO NOT COVER OR PLACE ON OR
NEAR SURFACES THAT COULD BE AFFECTED BY HEAT SUCH AS TABLE TOPS AND
CARPETS.
REMOVE MAINS ADAPTOR FROM SUPPLY IF APPLIANCE IS UNUSED FOR A LONG
PERIOD OF TIME, AND DURING THUNDERSTORMS.
DO NOT PULL ON THE CABLE TO DISCONNECT FROM MAINS SUPPLY.
KEEP APPLIANCE, CABLE, MAINS ADAPTOR PLUG DRY AND AWAY FROM AREAS WHERE
IT IS LIKELY TO GET SPLASHED. AVOID USING IN HOT, HUMID ENVIRONMENTS.
DO NOT PLACE ITEMS WITH NAKED FLAMES OR CONTAINERS WITH LIQUIDS ON THIS
APPLIANCE.
SWITCH OFF AND UNPLUG WHEN NOT IN USE AND BEFORE CLEANING OR SERVICING
THE APPLIANCE. SERVICING OF THIS APPLIANCE MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
ALWAYS ENSURE THE MAINS ADAPTOR PLUG IS READILY UNPLUGGABLE – DO NOT USE
WITH ‘LOCKABLE’ SOCKETS OR PERMANENTLY WIRE TO MAINS.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrow-head
symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert the user to the
presence of un-insulated "dangerous
voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock.
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.
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The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to presence of
important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
PARTS
Front view
Rear view
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
SPEAKER
STANDBY BUTTON
MODE BUTTON
LCD DISPLAY
TUN/CH▼ BUTTON
TUN/CH▲ BUTTON
ALARM/SNOOZE BUTTON
MENU/INFO BUTTON
VOLUME CONTROL
10. SELECT BUTTON
11. PRESET BUTTON
12. ROD ANTENNA
13. DC INPUT SOCKET
14. RATING LABEL
15. HEADPHONE JACK
16. BATTERY DOOR
17. AC/DC ADAPTOR
SWITCHING YOUR RADIO ON FOR THE FIRST TIME
AC Operation
1. Insert the DC power jack of AC/DC adaptor to the DC input socket located at the rear of the
radio.
2. Plug the AC/DC Adaptor to the AC mains outlet.
3. Press the STANDBY to turn the radio on.
Remarks: If the AC Adaptor voltage is over than 6V, it will possible make the line damage.
DC (battery) operation
1. Ensure the AC/DC adaptor is disconnected from the radio and AC mains.
2. Installed the batteries (4×1.5V UM3/AA battery) into the battery compartment.
3. Press the STANDBY to turn the radio on.
Remarks: To obtain the best performance in DC operation, the use of alkaline batteries is highly
recommended.
Menus:
The following controls are used to move about the menu tree to choose and select the required
settings:
Press and hold MENU/INFO button to enter into the “MENU”. Press the TUN/CH▲ or TUN/CH▼
button to navigate the desire option, then press SELECT button to confirm.
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MENU Tree as below:
Mode
DAB
Mode
FM
Menu
Menu
FM Menu
Scan Setting All station/Strong stations only
Audio Setting Stereo Allowed/Forced mono
System
DAB Menu
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune
System
System Menu
Time
Sleep
Backlight
Factory Reset
SW version
Time Menu
Set Time/Date
Auto Update
Set 12/24 hour
Set Date Format
Sleep Menu
Sleep
Off /10/20/30/60s/70/80/90minutes
Backlight Menu
Backlight Low/ Medium/ High
hh:mm/DD-MM-YYYY
Update from Any/Update from DAB/Update from FM/ No Update
12/24
DD-MM-YYYY/MM-DD-YYYY
SETTING THE CLOCK
The clock in this radio is equipped to receive a DAB radio frequency time signal. After the unit has
been turned on, it will automatically tune into a DAB radio station and update the clock. It may be
necessary to wait for 1-2 minutes to allow the unit to receive the time signal. If the area will only
receive an FM signal it will be necessary to manually set the clock. To manually set the clock
Set the clock in STANDBY mode
1. Insert the adaptor cord into the power socket at the rear of the radio. Plug the adaptor into the
mains supply socket.
2. The display backlight will illuminate for a few seconds, a welcome message (F1) will appear in
the display briefly and the clock will display “00:00:00 Time is not set”.
3. In standby mode, press the ALARM/SNOONZE button, the hour digits will flash in the display,
press ▼/▲ buttons to set the correct hour, then press the SELECT button to confirm.
4. The minute digits will now flash, press ▼/▲ buttons to set the correct minute.
5. Later you will enter to “Set date 1-1-2014”. Press ▼/▲ buttons to set date and press SELECT
button to confirm again.
Set the clock in working mode
1. Connect the radio to AC mains (via AC/DC adaptor), then press STANDBY to turn the radio on.
2. Press and hold MENU/INFO button, and then press ▼/▲ buttons until the display show
“System”. And press the SELECT button confirm.
3. Continue press ▼/▲ buttons until the display shows “Time’ and then press the SELECT button
to confirm. The display will show “<Set Time/Date>”, press the SELECT button to confirm again.
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5.
6.
The hour digits will flash in the display, press ▼/▲ buttons to set the correct hour, and then
press the SELECT button to confirm.
The minute digits will now flash, press ▼/▲ buttons to set the correct minute.
Later you will enter to “set date 1-1-2014”, press ▼/▲ buttons to set date and press SELECT
button to confirm again.
BASIC OPERATION - GETTING STARTED
Press the STANDY button to turn the unit on, it will automatically enter into the DAB mode and
perform auto scan function. During the scan, the display show “Scanning…” together with a slide bar
that indicates the progress of the scan and the amount of stations that have been found so far. (F.2)
Once the scan has finished, the radio will select the first alphanumerically found station. You can
now press ▼/▲ buttons to explore the found stations followed by pressing the SELECT button to
select listening to the stations.
Note: If there is no stations found after auto scan, the radio will display "Full Scan", you can now
press ▼/▲ buttons to select “Full scan” or “Manual tune” for stations, and press SELECT button to
finally confirm.
F.1
F.2
DAB Auto Scan
The auto scan will search for the entire DAB Band III channels, After the scan has finished, the first
alphanumerically found stations will be automatically selected.
1. To activate auto scan, press and hold MENU button, and press ▼/▲ buttons to enter into the
Menu to select “Full scan”, finally press the SELECT button to confirm. The display will show
“Scanning…” and a pressing slide bar.(F.3)
2. All the stations that have been found will be stored automatically, press ▼/▲ buttons to
explore the stations that have been found. When you find a station that you would like to listen,
press the SELECT button to confirm.
DAB Manual tune
1. To select manual tune, press and hold MENU/INFO button, and then press ▼/▲ buttons to
select “Manual tune”(F.4). And press the SELECT button to confirm.
2. Press ▼/▲ buttons to move through the DAB channels, the display will show “5A to 13F” and
their associated frequencies. (F.5)
3. When your desired frequency appears in the display, press the SELECT button to listen, the
name of the station group (ensemble/multiplex) will be displayed.
F.3
<
F.4
F.5
Manual tune
DAB
DAB
Full scan > < Manual tune > < 5A 174.928MHz >
Prune
You may remove all unavailable station form on the list.
1. During DAB mode, press and hold MENU/INFO button and then press ▼/▲ buttons to select
“Prune”. Press the SELECT button to confirm.
2. Press ▼/▲ buttons to select <Yes> to confirm delete. Or select <No> to cancel.
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DAB display modes
Every time you press the MENU/INFO button, the display will cycle through the following display
modes: Signal strength, Programme Type, Ensemble Name, Channel number/frequency, Signal error,
Audio Bit Rate, Power status (Mains/Battery), Time and Date.
Signal Strength
This shows a slide bar to indicate the signal strength, the stronger the signal, the longer the bar will
be from left to right.
Programme Type
This describes the “style” or “genre” of the programme that is being broadcast.
Ensemble Name
The Ensemble/Multiplex is a collection of radio stations that are bundled and transmitted together in
a single frequency. There are national and local multiplexes, local ones contain stations that are
specific to that area.
Channel number/frequency
This displays the Channel number/frequency of the present station, such as “11C 220.352MHz”.
Signal error
Show the stability and quality of signal reception , the best representation for 0.
Audio Bit Rate
The display will show the digital audio bit rate being received.
Power status
Display the power supply is adaptor or battery. If the power supply is battery, the display will show
the battery capacity (21-100). When the battery is less than 20, the display will show battery is low.
Time / Date
This displays the current time and date provided automatically by the broadcaster.
Signal Strength
Date
Programme Type
Time
Ensemble name
Power status
Audio Bit Rate
Channel number/frquency
Signal error
FM radio
1. To select FM, press the MODE button, the display will show FM and the frequency.
2. To activate auto search, press SELECT button or press and hold ▼/▲ buttons until the radio
starts to scan the frequency band, the display will show ‘Scanning …‘(F6), and it will stop
automatically once a station has been found.
3. To search manually, press ▼/▲ buttons in the desired direction to increment the frequency by
0.05MHz. If reception is still poor adjust the position of the antenna or try moving the radio to
another location.
F.6
92.75MHz
Scanning . . .
Scan setting
In FM mode, press and hold MENU/INFO button and then press ▼/▲ buttons to select
“Scan setting”. And press the SELECT button to confirm. Press ▼/▲ buttons to select
“All stations/Strong stations only”, and then press the SELECT button to confirm the setting.
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FM display modes
Every time you press the MENU/INFO button, the display will cycle through the following display
modes: Radio Text, Programme Type, Frequency, Audio Type, Power status (Mains/Battery),
Time and Date.
Radio Text
Radio Text
This displays the information about the current programme.
Programme Type
This describes the “style” or “genre” of the programme that is being broadcast.
Frequency
This displays the frequency of the present station, such as “87.8MHz”.
Audio Type
This displays if the station being received is in mono or stereo.
Programme Type
Frequency
Audio Type
Power status
Power status
Display the power supply is adaptor or battery. If the power supply is battery,
the display will show the battery capacity (21-100). When the battery is less than
20, the display will show battery is low.
Time
Date
Time
This display the current time provided automatically by the broadcaster.
Date
This display the current date provided automatically by the broadcaster.
STORING AND RECALLING STORED STATIONS
This function allows up to 10 stations to be programmed into the memory and stored in both DAB
and FM mode.
1. To store a preset, first tune to your desired station, then press and hold the PRESET button for
longer than 2 seconds ,the display will show “Preset Store <#:(Empty)>” (F.7).
2. Press ▼/▲ buttons to select your desired station preset number.
3. Press the SELECT to confirm your selection, the station now broadcasting has now been stored
in the selected location (F.8).
4. To listen to the preset stations, press the PRESET button once and then press ▼/▲ buttons to
select the desired preset location. And press the SELECT button to confirm. (F.9) The station
name or frequency and preset location number will be displayed in the lower half of the display.
If the preset has not been allocated, “Preset Recall <#: (Empty)>” will be shown in the display.
F.7
Preset Store
< 1 : Empty
>
F.8
F.9
Preset 1
Stored
Preset Recall
< 6 : BBC Radio 6 >
Notes: If the unit is disconnected from the mains supply for any length of time and the batteries are
not installed, the programmed stations will be lost.
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SETTING ALARMS (AC OPERATION ONLY)
1.
Alarms can be switched on or off in standby mode. However, the alarm parameters can only be
set when the product is on.
To set or change alarm 1, press ALARM/SNOOZE button once, then press the SELECT button.
(F.10)
F.10
2.
Alarm 1 Setup
To set or change alarm 2, press the ALARM/SNOOZE button twice, then press the SELECT
button.
To exist alarm setting mode, press the ALARM/SNOOZE button again.
The alarm setup prompts you for the following parameters. Select a value for each parameter
by press ▼/▲ buttons, and then press the SELECT button to move on to the next parameter.
Parameters
„ On Time –Hours and minutes
„ Duration-15/30/45/60/90 minutes
If the alarm is not cancelled product returns to standby after this time period
„ Source- Buzzer/DAB/FM
If DAB or FM is chosen as the audio source you will also be prompted to select the last
played station or one of the preset station (if set)
„ Daily/Once/Weekends/Weekdays
Choose the days on which the alarm is active
Note: if you choose “Once”, you are prompted to enter the require date.
„ Volume – Press the TUN/CH▲ or TUN/CH▼ button to increase or decrease the volume
you desired. This is the volume the alarm will build up to. (Initially the alarm sounds at a
low volume and gradually gets louder to the set volume)
„ Alarm – Off/ On
In all listening modes active alarms are indicated by displaying the relevant Alarm 1 and or
Alarm 2 icons.
At the set time, the alarm will sound, quietly at first, then gradually building up to the set
volume. When an alarm sounds.
3.
4.
5.
6.
l
l
To turn alarms on or off in standby mode
l Press the ALARM/SNOOZE button, the display shows the current alarm status. To switch the
alarms on or off
l Press the ALARM/SNOOZE button repeatedly to cycle through four states as shown below
(F.11)
F.11
Alarm 1 : Off
Alarm 1 : Off
l
Alarm 1 : On
Alarm 2 : Off
Alarm 1 : Off
Alarm 2 : On
Alarm 1 : On
Alarm 2 : On
To choose the display Alarm status, press the SELECT button to confirm
SNOOZE (AC OPERATION ONLY)
1. To temporarily silence a sounding alarm, press the ALARM/SNOOZE button once, you can
change the snooze period by repeatedly pressing the ALARM/SNOOZE button, Snooze periods
are 5 or 10 minutes. The radio returns to standby for the set time period with Snooze
countdown displayed. When the countdown reaches 0(zero) the alarm triggered again.
(F.12) (F.13)
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F.12
F.13
Snooze
5 minutes
07:03:45
Snooze 1:05
SLEEP (AC OPERATION ONLY)
This function allows you to program the unit to switch off itself after a set period of time.
1. Press and hold MENU/INFO button, then press ▼/▲ buttons to select “System”, and press the
SELECT button to confirm. Press ▼/▲ buttons to select “Sleep”, then press the SELECT button
to confirm. Press ▼/▲ buttons to change the sequence: Sleep Off /10/20/30/60/70/80/90
minutes. (F.14)
2. To check the sleep interval remaining, press ▼/▲ buttons to select “Sleep”, then press the
SELECT button to check.
3. To cancel the sleep timer, press ▼/▲ buttons to select “Sleep Off”, then press the SELECT
button to confirm
F.14
Set sleep time
30 minutes
USING HEADPHONES (not included)
A stereo headphone jack has been provided so that the radio can be used without disturbing others.
Plug in the headphones at the point marked ‘
’ and adjust the listening volume to your chosen
level. Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss. The
speakers will not operate when earphones are fitted.
RESET
1.
If moving the radio to another location in the country the pre-tuned and stored DAB stations
may no longer be available and it will be necessary to reset the radio back to the factory settings.
2. With the unit switched on, press and hold the MENU/INFO button and press ▼/▲ buttons until the
display shows ‘System’ and press the SELECT button and continue press ▼/▲ buttons until
the display shows “Factory Reset <No> Yes’ and press ▼/▲ buttons to “<Yes>” and press the
SELECT button. (F.15), (F.16)
3. The radio will display “Restarting….” and will then go into standby mode.
Note 1: All stored programmed stations will be lost during reset.
Note 2: Use the battery status without reset function.
F.15
F.16
System
< Factory Reset >
Factory Reset ?
< No > Yes
BACKLIGHT
The product display has a backlight with three brightness setting, Low/ Medium/ High
With the unit switched on, press and hold the MENU/INFO button and press ▼/▲ buttons until the
display shows ‘System’, press the SELECT button to confirm. Press ▼/▲ buttons until the display
shows “Backlight” and press the SELECT button to cycle through “High/Medium/Low” and press the
SELECT button to confirm the setting.
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BACKLIGHT
The product display has a backlight with three brightness setting, Low/ Medium/ High
With the unit switched on, press and hold the MENU/INFO button and press ▼/▲ buttons until the
display shows ‘System’, press the SELECT button to confirm. Press ▼/▲ buttons until the display
shows “Backlight” and press the SELECT button to cycle through “High/Medium/Low” and press the
SELECT button to confirm the setting.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Rated voltage (adaptor)
Adaptor output
Rated voltage (radio)
Power consumption
Audio output
Radio
Operating conditions Temperature:
Unit dimension :
Weight :
AC 100 – 240V~ 50/60Hz, 0.2A
DC 6V
1A
DC 6V (1.5V x 4 AA)
6W
RMS
DAB 174-240MHz
FM 87.5-108MHz
5°C to 35°C
Humidity 5% to 90%
190 (L) × 110(W) × 115 (H) mm
0.8kg
***SPECIFICATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE.***
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