DISC180
DEUTSCH
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FRANÇAIS
NEDERLANDS
ESPAÑOL
DISC180
Table of Contents
Safety Information ..........................................3
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .......3
Precautions for the Unit .................................5
Federal Communications Commission
Interference Statement ..................................5
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement ..............5
Playing MP3 & WMA CDs ...............................24
MP3/WMA CD Repeat Playback....................24
Introduction.....................................................6
Radio Operation..............................................28
Unpacking the Unit .........................................7
Protect your Furniture ....................................7
Other Functions ..............................................29
Setting the Clock ............................................29
Setting Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 .............................29
Sleep Timer (remote control only) ..................30
Basic System Setup .......................................8
Choosing a Location for your System ............8
Minimum Separation from Other Devices ......8
A Word about Wireless Products ...................8
Memory Card Operation.................................26
USB Operation ................................................27
Speaker Pairing and Adding Additional
Speakers ..........................................................31
Location of Controls ......................................11
Wireless Main Unit .........................................11
Speaker..........................................................12
Speaker LED Indication .................................12
Remote Control ..............................................13
Connecting External Devices ........................33
Auxiliary Input Jack ........................................33
Stereo Headphone Jack ................................33
Operating Instructions ...................................14
General Controls ............................................14
Volume Controls.............................................14
EQ (Electronic Preset Equalizer, on remote
control only) ...................................................15
DBBS (Dynamic Bass Boost, remote control
only) ...............................................................15
MUTE Button (on remote control only) ..........15
Troubleshooting .............................................35
General ..........................................................35
Radio Operation .............................................35
Disc Playback Operation................................35
Compatible Storage Devices .........................16
iPod Operation ................................................19
Docking your iPod ..........................................19
CD Operation ..................................................21
Normal Playback ............................................21
Repeat Playback ............................................22
Random Playback ..........................................22
Programmed Playback...................................23
Programmed Repeat Playback ......................23
ATTENTION:
Wireless musiccentre not suitable for FRANCE !
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Wall Mounting .................................................34
Technical Speci cations ................................36
Care and Maintenance ...................................37
Compact Disc Care ........................................37
Care of the Cabinet ........................................37
Caution...........................................................37
Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT USE THIS PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD,
RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADE SCAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE
EXPOSURE. TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
The lightning flash with arrow-head symbol,
within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
‘dangerous voltage’ within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
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.
READ INSTRUCTIONS - All the safety and
operating instructions should be read before the
product is operated.
RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS -The safety and operating
instructions should be retained for future reference.
HEED WARNINGS - All warnings on the product
and in the operating instructions should be adhered
to.
FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS - All operating and use
instructions should be followed.
CLEANING - Unplug this product from the wall
outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or
aerosol cleaners. Clean only with dry cloth.
ATTACHMENTS - Do not use attachments not
recommended by the product manufacturer as they
may cause hazards.
WATER AND MOISTURE - Do not use this
product near water - for example, near a bath tub,
wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet
basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like.
This appliance shall not be exposed to dripping
or splashing water and no object filled with liquids
such as vases shall be placed on the apparatus.
ACCESSORIES - Do not place
this product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The
product may fall, causing serious
injury to a child or adult, and
serious damage to the product. Use
only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with
the product. Any mounting of the product should
follow the manufacturer instructions, and should
use a mounting accessory recommended by the
manufacturer. A product and cart combination and
uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart
combination to overturn.
VENTILATION - Slots and openings in the cabinet
are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable
operation of the product and to protect it from
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overheating, and these openings must not be
blocked or covered. The openings should never be
blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug
or other similar surface. This product should not be
placed in a built-in installation, such as a bookcase
or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer*instructions have been adhered to.
POWER SOURCES - This product should be
operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure
of the type of power supply to your home, consult
your product dealer or local power company. For
products intended to operate from battery power, or
other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION - This product
may be equipped with a polarized alternatingcurrent line plug (a plug having one blade wider
than the other).This plug will fit into the power outlet
only one way. This is a safety feature: If you are
unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try
reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit,
contact your electrician to replace your obsolete
outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized plug.
POWER-CORD PROTECTION - Power-supply
cords should be routed so that they are not likely to
be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or
against them, paying particular attention to cords
at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point of
exit from the product.
NON-USE PERIODS - The power cord of the
product should be unplugged from the outlet when
left unused for long periods of time.
OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING - If an
outside antenna or cable system is connected to
the product, be sure the antenna or cable system
is grounded so as to provide some protection
against voltage surges and built-up static charges.
Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/
NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper
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Safety Information
grounding of the mast and supporting structure,
grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna
discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for the
grounding electrode. See Figure 1.
ANTENNA
LEAD IN WIRE
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GROUND CLAMP
ELECTRIC SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
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GROUND CLAMPS
NEC. NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
S2898A
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
15. LIGHTNING - For added protection for this
product during a lightning storm, or when it is left
unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the
antenna or cable system. This will present damage
to the product due to lightning and power-line
surges.
16. POWER LINES -An outside antenna system
should not be located in the vicinity of overhead
power lines or other electric light or power circuits,
or where it can fall into such power lines or other
electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall
into such power lines or circuits. When installing an
outside antenna system, extreme care should be
taken to keep from touching such power lines or
circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
17. OVERLOADING - Do not overload wall outlets,
extension cords, or integral convenience
receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or
electric shock.
18. OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY - Never push
objects of any kind into this product through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage
points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
product.
19. SERVICING - Do not attempt to service this product
yourself as opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
20. DAMAGES REQUIRING SERVICE - Unplug this
product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel under the following
conditions.
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the product.
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) If the product does not operate normally by
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following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions as an improving adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the product to its normal operation.
e) When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance -this indicates a need for service.
REPLACEMENT PARTS - When replacement
parts are required, be sure the service technician
has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or having the same characteristics as
the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
SAFETY CHECK - Upon completion of any service
or repair to this product, ask the service technician
to perform safety checks to determine that the
product is in proper operating condition.
HEAT - The product should be situated away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves or other products (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment. Changes or modifications made without
written approval may void the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.
CAUTION!
HAZARDOUS LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AND INTERLOCK FAILED OR DEFEATED. AVOID
EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
1. WARNING: The battery (battery or batteries
or battery pack) shall not be exposed to
excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the
like.
2. WARNING: Excessive sound pressure from
earphones and headphones can cause
hearing loss.
3. WARNING: The direct plug plug-in adapter
is used as disconnect device, the disconnect
device shall remain readily operable.
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This is CLASS II apparatus with double
insulation, and no protective earth provided.
Safety Information
Precautions for the Unit
SECURITY
• Before operation, check if the voltage of the
unit is in line with the local voltage.
• Hold the plug to disconnect it from the mains
outlet. Do not pull the power cord.
• When the plug of the unit is connected to the
mains outlet, the unit will be still connected to
DC even of the power is turned off.
• Disconnect the plug as soon as liquid or
objects enter the unit. The unit cannot be
used until being checked by experts.
• Do not open the cabinet. Laser rays
employed by the unit may damage eyes. Any
servicing should be done by qualified service
personnel.
PLACEMENT
• Put the unit where ventilation is good enough
to prevent overheating.
• Never put the unit in direct sunlight or near
heat sources.
• To protect the pickup, do not put the unit
where there is a lot of dust. If there is dust
on the pickup, use a cleaning disc to clean
it. Refer to the operation instructions of the
cleaning disc you bought.
This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one 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.
CONDENSATION
• The unit is suddenly moved from a cold place
to a warm place.
• Use of the unit in a humid place.
• In these cases, the unit will not work.
Unloading the disc and leaving the unit on
for about one hour will evaporate the water,
allowing the unit to function normally again.
CLEANING
• Use a soft cloth with a little neutral detergent
to wipe the cabinet, panel and controls. Never
use abrasive paper, polishing powder or any
solvent such as alcohol or gasoline.
Federal Communications
Commission Interference Statement
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.
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Unpacking the Unit
Carefully remove the unit from the carton and
remove all packing material from the unit. Check
that all the following items are in the box:
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iPod adapter (x4)
Wireless main unit
If any item is missing, consult your dealer
immediately.
We suggest that you retain the original carton
and packing materials in case it is necessary
to return your unit for service. This is the only
way to protect the unit from damage in transit.
When you dispose of the carton and packing
materials, please do so properly. We care about
our environment.
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Speaker (x2)
Remove any descriptive labels or stickers from
the front panel of the unit. Do not remove any
labels or stickers that may be affi xed to the back
panel of the wireless main unit or the speakers.
Protect your Furniture
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Remote control
This model is equipped with non-skid rubber
feet to prevent the product from moving when
you operate the controls. These feet are made
from non-migrating rubber material specially
formulated to avoid leaving any marks or stains
on your furniture. However certain types of oil
based furniture polishes, wood preservatives,
or cleaning sprays may cause the rubber feet
to soften, and leave marks or a rubber residue
on the furniture. To prevent any damage to
your furniture we strongly recommend that you
purchase small self-adhesive felt pads, available
at hardware stores and home improvement
centers everywhere, and apply these pads to the
bottom of the rubber feet before you place the
product on fine wooden furniture.
• AC adapter (2 large, 1 small)
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Basic System Setup
Choosing a Location for your
System
Setting up a wireless audio system allows you
much more flexibility than with conventional wired
speakers. Wireless speakers may be placed
anywhere within the room, or in another room
within 100 feet of the wireless main unit. Since
there is no physical connection between the
system components, feel free to be creative with
your system layout. DISC-180 wireless systems
are also wall-mountable for additional flexibility.
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The wireless audio system will automatically
seek a clear channel if any of these other
devices interfere with its communication.
When this happens the “Link” indicator
flashes on the speakers (refer to page 12)
and there is a brief interruption in the audio
coming from the speakers. This is the
normal operation of the product working to
assure the best possible performance of your
wireless audio system. If the interference
persists, try moving the other devices to
another location, or move the wireless main
unit or wireless speakers farther from the
interfering devices.
A Word about Wireless Products
Minimum Separation from Other
Devices
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To avoid interference, maintain the following
distances between system components
(wireless main unit and wireless speakers)
and other electronic devices that use the
same radio frequency (2.4 GHz band).
Wireless main unit
Minimum Separation
2m (6 ½ feet)
Wireless LAN
Cordless phone and other
electronic devices
Wireless speakers
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The DISC-180 Audio System with Wireless
Speakers uses state-of-the-art wireless
transceiver technology operating in the 2.4GHz
frequency band. This same frequency band
is used for wireless LANs, microwave ovens
and some cordless phones. Typical operating
range in a residential or office environment is
approximately 100ft. As with all wireless devices,
the DISC-180 operating range may vary
depending upon building construction, building
materials, atmospheric conditions and sources
of interference. The presence of substantial
amounts of metal and concrete in a building’s
structure may reduce operating range.
NOTE:
• Do not place the wireless main unit in a
metal cabinet or bookshelf.
• Depending on your wall thickness and
material, the operating range may be
reduced.
Basic System Setup
Follow these 5 steps to complete basic system setup.
1. Choose a suitable location for the system components.
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Remember, the wireless main unit and each speaker will need a power outlet for operation.
2. Connect the wireless main unit and both speakers to AC power.
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The larger adapters are for the left and right speakers, the smaller for the main wireless unit.
Small
Adapter
Large
Adapter
X2
3. Turn the wireless main unit and both speakers ON.
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The system defaults to FM Tuner mode. You should immediately hear static from the speakers.
If you do not immediately hear audio from the speakers, please refer to Page 31 “Speaker Pairing
and Adding Additional Speakers”
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Basic System Setup
4. Select the Correct iPod Dock Adapter
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When connecting an iPod to this iPod Dock, please ensure that the correct adapter plate
is used. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE iPod.
This iPod Dock comes with 8 removable dock adapters. Using the connect adapter ensure the proper
fit for your iPod and helps to reduce the stress on the connector when operating the iPod.
To place a dock adapter:
1. Press the OPEN button on the side of the wireless main unit to extend
the iPod dock drawer.
2. Refer to the compatibility table on page 20 and select the correct dock
adapter for the iPod.
3. Place the proper adapter into the dock and press it into position. The
adapter will only go in one way. The iPod dock connector should fit
through the opening at the bottom of the adapter.
4. Carefully align and then gently insert the iPod into the dock. Remove
any case or skin from the iPod before attempting to dock.
5. Extend FM Antenna
6. Install Batteries (not included)
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Insert two AAA batteries (not included) into the remote control while observing the correct (+) and
(-) polarities as shown.
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If you wish to add additional speakers to this system, refer to page 31 for pairing speakers.
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Location of Controls
Wireless Main Unit
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FUNCTION
PAIRING
CLOCK
ALARM SNOOZE REPEAT
ADJ.
VOL -
VOL +
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EJECT button
Remote sensor
LCD display
STANDBY button
Power LED
iPod door
Control key door
USB slot
SD/MMC card slot
AUX IN jack
FM antenna
DC IN jack
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FUNCTION button
STOP
SKIP BACKWARD
SKIP FORWARD
PLAY/PAUSE
PAIRING button
CLOCK/ADJ. button
ALARM button
SNOOZE button
REPEAT button
VOL – button
VOL + button
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Location of Controls
Speaker
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STANDBY button
VOL + button
VOL – button
SKIP FORWARD
SKIP BACKWARD
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PLAY/PAUSE
PAIRING button
POWER LED
MUTE LED
LINK LED
Speaker LED Indication
Illuminated
Non-illuminated
Link LED (Dual color
red/green)
Green – RF link OK
Mute LED (Red color)
MUTE active
MUTE inactive
Power LED (Blue
color)
Power ON
Power OFF
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Flashing
Red – RF link problem
Remote command
received
Location of Controls
Remote Control
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STANDBY button
PROGRAM button
DIMMER button
RANDOM button
REPEAT button
SNOOZE button
ALARM 1 button
STEREO/MONO button
CLOCK/ADJ. button
UP SCROLL button
FUNCTION button
DOWN SCROLL button
MENU button
SKIP BACKWARD
PLAY/PAUSE
VOL - button
EQ button
DBBS button
DISC EJECT button
PAIRING button
INTRO button
ALARM 2 button
SLEEP button
FOLDER UP button
FOLDER DOWN button
STOP
SKIP FORWARD
ENTER button
VOL + button
MUTE button
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Operating Instructions
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Make sure that you have fully extended the
FM antenna wire.
Make sure that you have installed batteries
(not included) in the remote control handset.
Make sure that the system is connected to an
AC outlet that is always powered.
Do not connect the system to an AC outlet
controlled by a wall switch.
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General Controls
Volume Controls
To increase or decrease the system volume press
the VOL + or VOL – keys located on:
• Remote control
• Wireless main unit control panel
• Left or right speaker control panel
The volume indicator will appear on the display
when you change the volume level. Indication
ranges from 00 to 32 (max).
Most of the main functions of this system can
be operated by the controls on the front panel of
the wireless main unit, or by the buttons on the
remote control handset. If a specific function can
only be operated by the remote headset, or by
the front panel controls, this will clearly indicated
in the instructions. In addition, basic playback
and volume controls are provided on the side
control panel of each speaker.
When operating this system with the remote
control handset make sure that IR (Infrared)
transmitter on the front of the remote handset is
pointed at the remote sensor on the front panel
of the main unit. The effective operating range
of the remote control is approximately 15 feet.
Please note that bright sunlight or room lighting
may interfere with the remote control operation. If
the remote is not operating properly try reducing
the brightness of the room or moving closer to
the main unit. If this does not solve the problem,
it may be time to change the remote control
batteries.
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The system remembers the volume
level when the power is switched off and
automatically returns to the same level when
the power is switched on again.
This system supports two groups of volume
control for multi-room systems. Please refer
to page 31 (section Speaker Pairing and
Adding Additional Speakers) for more detail.
Operating Instructions
EQ (Electronic Preset Equalizer, on
remote control only)
The preset equalizer allows you to adjust the
sound characteristic for the most popular types
of music.
• Press the EQ button on the remote control to
cycle through the following equalizer settings:
Flat
Rock
Pop
Classic
Jazz
Flat
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DBBS (Dynamic Bass Boost, remote
control only)
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Press the DBBS button on the remote control
to increase the bass response. “X-bass on”
appears briefly on the display.
Press again to cancel the Bass Boost
function.
MUTE Button (on remote control
only)
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Press the MUTE button on the remote control
to shut of the speakers temporarily. The
sound stops and the display shows “MUTE”.
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Press the MUTE button again and the sound
returns to the previous volume.
The corresponding EQ indicator briefly
appears on the display to confirm your
selection.
The system remembers the EQ setting when
the power is switched off and returns to the
same setting when the power is switched on
again.
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Compatible Storage Devices
CD
USB
SD
MMC
This system supports playback of music from
CD discs as well as USB and flash memory card
devices.
Supported CD Types
• CD audio
• CD-R
• CD-RW
Supported Memory Card formats
• Secure DigitalTM (SD)
• miniSDTM (with adapter only)
• microSDTM (with adapter only)
• Multimedia card (MMC)
CAUTION:
Where “with adapter only” is mentioned, you
must use the adapter to convert from the small
format to full-size card format. Attempting to use
these formats without the proper adapter may
cause damage to the memory card or the unit.
Do not attempt to insert these cards without the
proper adapter.
This unit does not support the following card
formats. Attempted use of these unsupported
formats may cause damage to the memory
card or the unit. Do not attempt to insert these
unsupported cards:
• Compact Flash® (Type I and Type II)
• MicroDrive™
• Smart Media™
• Memory Stick™
• Memory Stick Duo™ (with adapter only)
• xD Picture Card™
CD discs with non-standard shapes (e.g. heart,
square, star) cannot be played in this unit.
Attempting to do so may damage the unit.
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IMPORTANT:
• This player can play normal (pre-recorded)
CD discs plus CD Recordable and CD
Rewritable discs. The ability of this unit to
play certain recordable discs may depend on
the quality or physical condition of the disc,
the quality of the recording, or characteristics
of the recording device or software
application. Playback cannot be guaranteed
in all situations. This is not an indication of
any problems with the player.
• This player is designed to play media from
SD/MMC card devices and from USB flash
memory devices that comply with the USB
Mass Storage standard. Playback of media
from USB connected devices such as
mp3 players that generally require drivers
for interaction with a PC is not supported.
Playback from all physically compatible
flash devices cannot be guaranteed in all
situations. This is not an indication of any
problem with the player.
Compatible Audio Formats
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The unit supports playback of songs in CDaudio (pre-recorded CDs), mp3 and Windows
Media formatted Audio (WMA). This unit
does not support Digital Rights Management
(DRM) and cannot play songs purchased
from iTunes or other songs in AAC format,
songs in ATRAC format or songs purchased
from some online music retailers. It may
be possible to convert your music to one of
the playable compressed formats, or burn
it to an audio CD, depending on the DRM
restrictions.
Recorded CD discs should be created in
accordance with the ISO9660 CD-ROM
file system. The system can read media
containing up to 16 levels of directories, 99
total directories and up to 999 total files.
Chinese characters cannot be displayed
however files featuring them can be played
back. File extensions should be .mp3, .MP3,
.wma, or .WMA. WMA version 7.0-11.0
are supported at 8-384kbps encoding rate
(including VBR encoding), 32/44.1/48kHz,
16/22.05/42kHz and 8/11.025/12kHz
sampling rate. MP3 files are supported at
8-384kbps encoding rate (including VBR
encoding), 32/44.1/48kHz sampling rate.
Loading and Removing a Disc
1. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button on the top
of the unit or on the remote control to check
eject any disc already loaded.
2. Gently load a disc into the slot with the
printed label facing out.
3. To remove a disc, press the OPEN/CLOSE
button and remove the disc gently.
CAUTIONS:
• Do not put anything except a CD into the
compartment. Foreign objects can damage
the mechanism.
• Never place more than one disc into the disc
compartment at any time.
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Inserting and Removing Flash Devices
Flash devices are inserted into compatible
openings on the right side panel of the unit.
SD
MMC
Inserting and removing Flash Cards
• Insert the card into the slot by gently pressing
into position until it locks in place. Cards can
only be inserted one way.
• Remove the card by gently pulling it out of
the slot.
USB
Inserting and removing USB Flash Memory
Devices
• Insert the USB connector into the socket
on the unit and press gently to seat. The
connector can only be inserted one way.
• Remove the device by gently pulling it out of
the socket.
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CAUTION:
• Be sure to use the proper card adapter if
required. Failure to use the correct adapter
may cause damage to the memory card or
the unit.
• Only one type of memory card can be
inserted at one time.
iPod Operation
Using the iPod Dock you can play music from the iPod through the unit’s speakers and operate with
the remote control. The unit comes with eight removable dock adapters to ensure the proper fit for
your iPod and to help reduce stress on the connector when operating the iPod.
!
When connecting an iPod to this iPod Dock, please ensure that the correct adapter plate
is used. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE iPod.
Docking your iPod
1. Refer to the compatibility table on the next page and select the correct dock adapter for your iPod.
2. Place the dock adapter in the dock and press into position. The adapter will only go in one way.
3. Carefully align and gently insert the iPod into the dock. Remove any case or skin from the iPod
before attempting to dock.
4. Press the function button on the wireless main unit or on remote control to switch to iPod mode.
5. Use the remote control to operate the iPod as follows:
To enter main menu
Press the MENU button
To scroll
Press the SCROLL UP/DN button
To choose an item
Press the ENTER button
Play or pause a song
Press the PLAY/PAUSE
Change the volume
Press the VOL + or VOL – button
button
Skip to the next song
Press the next/fast forward
Start a song over or play a previous song
Press the previous/rewind
button once to
start a song over, and press it twice to play the
previous song
To go back to the previous menu
Press the MENU button
button
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iPod Operation
iPod description
Capacity
iPod mini
4GB,
6GB
iPod with color
display
20GB,
30GB
iPod with video
30GB, 60GB,
80GB
iPod classic
120GB,
160GB
iPod nano 1st
generation
1GB, 2GB,
4GB
iPod nano 2nd
generation(aluminum)
2GB, 4GB,
8GB
iPod nano (3rd
generation)
4GB,8GB
iPod nano (4th
generation)
8GB, 16GB
iPod nano (5th
generation)
8GB, 16GB
iPod touch (1st
generation)
8GB, 16GB,
32GB
iPod touch (2nd
generation )
8GB, 16GB,
32GB
iPod touch (3rd
generation )
32GB,
64GB
iPod touch (4th
generation)
8GB, 32GB,
64GB
iPhone
4GB, 8GB,
16GB
iPhone 3G
8GB, 16GB
iPhone 3GS
8GB, 16GB
32GB
iPhone 4
16GB,
32GB
iPhone 4S
16GB, 32GB
64GB
Universal dock adapter number:
3
6
8
9
11
12 13 14
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NOTE:
The iPod battery will charge whenever the iPod is docked and the unit is powered on.
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CD Operation
Normal Playback
To start CD playback:
1. Press the FUNCTION button to select “CD”
function
2. Load a disc into the player with the printed
label facing out.
•
•
“READING...” will flash on the display as
the player reads the table of contents on
the disc. The unit will start playing the disc
automatically.
Playback will continue until all tracks on
the disc have been played, then the player
stops and the display shows the total tracks
number and playing time on the disc.
To pause temporarily during CD playback:
button.
• Press the PLAY/PAUSE
• The sound stops and the elapsed time
shows on the display, but the disc continues
spinning.
• Press the PLAY/PAUSE
button once more
to cancel pause mode and resume playback
at the same point.
To skip tracks and to search through music:
• During playback, repeatedly press the
or
button to skip to higher or lower
numbered tracks. Playback will begin on the
selected track.
• During playback, press and hold the
or
button to search within a track at high
speed to locate a specific musical passage.
• Release the
or
button when you hear
the desired passage. Normal speed playback
will resume at that point.
3. To stop playback at any time, press the
STOP button.
NOTE:
The reading time may be longer if you are using
CD-R or CD-RW discs. This is normal and not an
indication of any problem with your unit.
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CD Operation
Repeat Playback
Random Playback
The Repeat function in this system allows you to
continuously repeat a single track, or the entire
disc. The Repeat function can be activated during
playback.
The Random playback feature allows you play all
the tracks on the disc in random order. You can
select random playback while the disc is playing
or when the player is stopped.
1. Load a CD in the player as usual and then
press the RANDOM button on the remote
control.
indicator appears on the display.
• The “
To repeat a single track:
1. Select the track to be repeated and begin
playback.
2. Press the REPEAT button once.
• The indicator “ ” appears on the display
and the selected track will be repeated
continuously.
•
To repeat all tracks:
1. Load the disc in the player and begin
playback.
2. Press the REPEAT button twice.
• The “ALL” indicator appears on the display.
All tracks on the disc will be repeated
continuously.
3. To cancel repeat playback mode press the
REPEAT button until the ALL indicators
disappear from the display.
• Repeat mode can also be cancelled by
opening the CD tray, switching to the TUNER
or USB mode, or pressing the STANDBY
button to return the system to the Standby
(Off) mode.
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The player will randomly select a track
from the disc and begin playback. Random
playback will continue until all tracks have
played once, then the player stops.
2. To stop Random playback, press the
RANDOM button on the remote control
again.
indicator disappears and normal
• The
playback will resume from that point.
CD Operation
Programmed Playback
The programmed playback feature allows you to
program a total of 20 tracks in any desired order.
You may program the same track to play several
times within a program sequence if desired.
NOTE:
You cannot program tracks during playback. If
a disc is playing, press the STOP button first to
stop playback before beginning the programming
steps below .
To program playback:
1. Load the disc in the player and wait until the
player has read the Table of Contents of the
disc.
2. Press the PROG. button on the remote
control.
• The Track 01 and Program Memory “P01”
will appear in the display .
•
The player will play all the tracks that you
programmed in the desired sequence. After
the last programmed track has played the
player stops, but the programmed sequence
remains in the memory.
7. To cancel the programmed sequence from
the memory press the STOP button in the
programming mode.
Programmed Repeat Playback
You can use the Programmed and Repeat
Playback functions together to continuously
repeat a programmed sequence.
1. Program up to 20 tracks as described in the
previous section.
2. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
button and then
press REPEAT button to begin Programmed
Repeat Playback.
• The programmed sequence will be repeated
continuously.
3. Then press the
or
button to select
the track on the disc to be programmed.
Example: Track 07.
4. Press the PROG. button again to enter Track
07 in program memory #1. The program
memory number advances to “P02”.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to select more desired
tracks until you have entered up to 20 tracks
in the CD program memory.
6. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
button to begin
programmed playback.
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Playing MP3 & WMA CDs
Most of the normal CD operations described
in this manual also apply to MP3/WMA CDs.
However there are a few differences in MP3
WMA CD playback functions, and these are
described on the following pages.
To read the MP3/WMA CD and display
information:
• After you load an MP3/WMA CD the player
will read each of the directories or albums
on the disc, one at a time, and display the
number of directories and the cumulative
number of tracks.
• Because MP3/WMA CDs contain so much
more information than normal CDs this CD
player will take longer to read the table of
contents information on an MP3/WMA disc.
• You may see the flashing “READING”
indicator for a minute or more before
playback begins. This is normal and not an
indication of any problem with your player.
•
For example if we insert an MP3/WMA CD
containing “05” Directories or Albums and
a total of “80” files or tracks, the display will
shows as below.
To play a MP3/WMA CD:
• The PLAY/PAUSE
,
,
and STOP/
BAND controls have the same functions for
MP3/WMA CDs as they do for normal CDs.
To skip quickly from a track in one directory
to a track in another directory:
1. Load an MP3/WMA CD into the player. Wait
until the reading process is completed.
• Example: Let’s assume that you want to skip
to Directory # 03/Track # 005.
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2. Press the FOLDER UP / DN button
repeatedly to select album “03”. The track will
show “001”.
3. Press the button five times and the display
shows Track “005”.
4. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
playback.
button to start
MP3/WMA CD Repeat Playback
There are 3 Repeat Playback options with MP3/
WMA CDs. In addition to the Repeat 1 Track and
Repeat All Tracks options which are the same
for normal CDs, you may also select Directory
Repeat Mode to repeat all the tracks contained in
a single Directory.
To repeat a single track on an MP3/WMA CD:
1. Select the track to be repeated and start
playback as usual.
2. Press the REPEAT button once.
• The indicator “ ” appears and the selected
track will be repeated continuously.
To repeat all the tracks on an MP3/WMA CD:
1. Select the directory to be repeat playback as
usual.
2. Press the REPEAT button 2 times.
• The “ALL” indicators appear on the display
and all the tracks on the disc will be repeated
continuously.
Playing MP3 & WMA CDs
To repeat all the tracks in a single directory
(or Album):
1. Begin playback as usual.
2. Press the REPEAT button 3 times.
indicator appears on the display and
• The
all the tracks in the directory will be repeated
continuously.
•
•
In this example the MP3/WMA CD contains
a total of 09 Directories (Albums) and 193
Tracks (Files).
Let’s assume that the first track we want to
program is Track #03 in Album #05.
1. Press the PROG. button on the remote
control.
• The display shows Album “01”. Track 01 and
Program Memory “P01” will appear on the
display.
To cancel repeat playback:
• Press the REPEAT button button until the
“
ALL” indicators disappear.
To play randomly:
This function operate the same way for MP3/
WMA CDs as they do for normal CDs.
1. Load an MP3/WMA CD in the player. Wait
until the reading process is completed.
2. Press the RANDOM button the “Ran”
indicator appears on the display. The player
will play all the tracks on the disc in random
order.
To display the ID3 track information:
• When you create a CD on your computer
containing MP3/WMA audio files the software
you use to create the disc will normally allow
you to input the name of the artist, the name
of the album, and the titles of the individual
songs. The ID3 will show automatically during
playback.
To program MP3/WMA CD playback:
• When programming the tracks on an MP3/
WMA CD you must also select the Directory
Number of the tracks being programmed.
• You can program up to 20 tracks on an MP3/
WMA CD, same as for a normal CD.
• Programming can only be done while the
player is in the Stop mode. If the MP3/WMA
disc is playing, first press the STOP button to
stop playback, then follow the programming
steps below.
2. Press the FOLDER UP button repeatedly to
select Album #05.
3. Press the
button repeatedly to select
track # 03 of Album #05.
4. Press the PROG. button again to enter this
track in program memory PR 01.
• The program memory number advances to
“P02”
5. Repeat Steps 2 through 4 to enter up to 20
tracks in the program memory.
• After you have entered up to 20 tracks in the
program memory, press the PLAY/PAUSE
button to begin programmed playback.
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Memory Card Operation
To play MP3/WMA audio files stored on SD/
MMC Memory Cards:
1. Press the FUNCTION button repeatedly until
the main display shows “CARD”.
2. Insert the SD or MMC �ash memory card
containing MP3/ WMA audio �les into the
card slot by gently pressing into position until
it locks in place. Cards can only be inserted
one way.
The player will read the information on the
card and the display will show the total
number of �les tracks and directories albums
on the card. For example “08” albums, “49”
tracks.
•
3. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
button to begin
playback.
or
button to skip tracks.
4. Press the
5. Press FOLDER UP or DN buttons to skip
albums.
6. Press STOP button to stop playback at any
time.
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NOTE:
The memory card slot on this system enables
playback of songs only in MP3 and WMA formats
(without DRM). It cannot play songs purchased
from iTunes or other songs in AAC format, songs
in ATRAC format or songs purchased from
some online music retailers. It may be possible
to convert your music to one of the playable
compressed formats, or burn it on to an audio
CD, depending on the DRM restrictions.
USB Operation
To play MP3/WMA audio files stored on USB
storage devices:
1. Press the FUNCTION button repeatedly until
the main display shows “USB”.
2. Insert the USB flash memory device
containing MP3/ WMA audio files into the
card slot by gently pressing into position until
it locks in place. USB devices can only be
inserted one way.
•
NOTE:
The USB port on this system enables playback
of songs only in MP3 and WMA formats (without
DRM). It cannot play songs purchased from
iTunes or other songs in AAC format, songs
in ATRAC format or songs purchased from
some online music retailers. It may be possible
to convert your music to one of the playable
compressed formats, or burn it on to an audio
CD, depending on the DRM restrictions.
The player will read the information on the
USB device and the display will show the
total number of files tracks and directories
albums on the card. For example “02”
albums, “64” tracks.
3. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
button to begin
playback.
4. Press the
or
button to skip tracks.
5. Press FOLDER UP or DN buttons to skip
albums.
6. Press STOP button to stop playback at any
time.
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Radio Operation
To select the radio mode:
• Press the FUNCTION button repeatedly until
the main display shows “FM”. FM frequency
will appear on the display.
To tune to the desired station manually:
• Repeatedly press the
or
button until
the display shows the exact frequency of the
desired station.
• Use the manual tuning method to tune to
weak or distant stations that are not strong
enough to be recognized by the automatic
tuning system.
To tune to the desired station by automatic
tuning:
• Press and hold the
or
button until the
display begins to move, then release the
buttons.
• The Tuner will search up or down the band
for the next strong signal and stop at that
station.
• Repeat this procedure until the tuner stops
at your desired station. FM Stereo signal is
indicated by the “((ST))” indicator.
To select mono sound:
• Press the STEREO/MONO button on the
remote control to select FM Mono mode.
To improve FM reception:
• The FM lead wire antenna on the back panel
should be extended to its full length. You may
also have to vary the direction of this antenna
until you find the position that provides the
best reception.
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To preset stations in the tuner memory:
You can store up to 20 of your favorite stations in
the tuner memory for easy recall at any time.
1. Using either the manual or automatic tuning
method described on page 28, tune to the
first station you wish to memorize. Example:
FM 103.5 MHz.
2. Press the PROG. button on the remote
control.
• The display shows “Preset” and the channel
number “01” indicator flashes.
3. Press the
or
button to select the
preset memory location. Example “03”.
4. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button, the “03” stops
flashing confirming that the station has been
store in preset channel location “3”.
5. Tune to the next station you wish to store,
you can store up to 20 FM stations.
Other Functions
Setting the Clock
When the AC power is connected, “12:00” will
appear on the display. The clock can only be set
while the unit is off.
1. Press the CLOCK / ADJ. button on remote
control, the display will show “Set hour”.
2. Press the
or
button to adjust the hour
format in (12 or 24HR) .
3. Press the ENTER button on remote control,
the minutes digits begin to flash. Press the
or
button to adjust the minutes.
Setting Alarm 1 or Alarm 2
The dual alarms are set in the following
sequence:
• Set Alarm
Set time
Set mode
Set day
To enable or disable the alarm:
1. Press the ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 button to
enter the alarm setting sequence.
2. Press the ENTER button when you see “Set
Alarm”.
4. Press the ENTER button to confirm. The day
selection begins to flash.
3. Press the
or
button to select alarm on
or off and then press the ENTER button to
confirm.
5. Press
or
button to select Sun / Mon /
Tue / Wed / Thu / Fri / Sat.
6. Press the ENTER button to confirm.
To set the alarm time:
4. Press the ENTER button when you see “Set
time”.
5. Press the
or
button to set the hour
and then press the ENTER button.
6. Press the
or
button to set the minute
and then press the ENTER button.
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Other Functions
To set the alarm mode:
7. Press the ENTER button when you see “Set
mode”.
8. Press the
or
button to select the alarm
wake up mode (FM, CD, USB, Card, iPod or
Buzzer) and then press the ENTER button.
To set the alarm day (frequency):
9. Press the ENTER button when you see “Set
day”.
10. Press the
or
button to select the alarm
day (frequency: once, daily, weekday or
weekend) and then press the ENTER button.
•
The alarm is now set.
Sleep Timer (remote control only)
This system includes a programmable Sleep
Timer that shuts the power off automatically after
between 15 and 90 minutes.
To set the sleep timer:
• Press the SLEEP key repeatedly. The
system cycles through different sleep settings
in the following order:
Sleep off
Sleep timer 15mins
Sleep
timer 30mins
Sleep timer 45mins
Sleep timer 60mins
Sleep timer 90 mins
Sleep off
…
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To preview the remaining sleep time while
SLEEP is active:
• Press SLEEP key. The display shows the
remaining sleep time.
Speaker Pairing and Adding Additional Speakers
Your DISC-180 comes from the factory
already paired and ready to communicate with
the two wireless speakers included in the box.
Additional speakers are available for purchase
from selected retailers and online. DISC-180
wireless technology can broadcast audio to up to
20 individual speakers, allowing you to hear and
control your music throughout the whole house.
NOTE:
• Pairing is necessary for the system to
communicate with any additional speakers
purchased.
• If any speaker ever becomes un-paired from
the wireless main unit, follow the steps below
to pair once again.
To pair speakers:
Make sure all the wireless speakers are in the
operating locations and connected to AC power.
Power ON the wireless main unit and the
wireless speakers.
1. Press the PAIRING button on wireless main
unit front panel or on the remote control for
6 seconds until the display shows “Press
Pairing Key on Speaker!”
•
If the right speaker the PAIRING button is
pressed:
shows for 3 seconds
3. Press the PAIRING button on the speaker
remaining to be paired as guided by the
display. The second speaker pairing is
complete and confirmation is shown on the
display.
or
2. Press the PAIRING button on the Left
speaker or Right speaker control panel.
• If the left speaker the PAIRING button is
pressed:
shows for 3 seconds
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Speaker Pairing and Adding Additional Speakers
4. At this stage you may choose to set this
pair of speakers as Master Group speakers
or Slave Group speakers. The system can
accommodate any combination of Master
and Slave Group speakers.
• To set as Master Group press the
or
button for to select “Yes” and press the
ENTER button to confirm. Display shows
“Pairing Complete!”.
•
To set as Slave Group press the
or
button for to select “No” and press the
ENTER button to confirm. Display shows
“Pairing Complete!”
5. For pairing additional speakers, repeat Steps
1 to 4 again.
Master Group Speakers
• Use this option when you want centralized
control of the whole system.
• All Master Group speakers receive the same
audio from the wireless main unit.
• Master Group speakers are controlled
directly by the wireless main unit.
• Main unit volume is applied to all Master
Group speakers.
• Adjusting the volume on any speaker in the
Master Group will affect the volume equally
on all others in the Master group.
• Powering ON or OFF the main unit will power
ON or OFF all speakers in the Master Group.
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•
Powering ON or OFF any speaker works in
two ways:
- Short press – only the left and right
speaker in the pair are powered ON
or OFF. Wireless main unit and from
every other pair in the Master Group
are unaffected.
- Long press – speaker pair, main unit
and every other pair in Master Group
power ON or OFF together.
Slave Group Speakers
• Use this option when you want individual
control of speaker pairs, usually on a roomby-room basis. For example, speakers
placed in a bedroom could use this setting so
that volume and power changes on the main
unit do not unintentionally wake someone.
• All Slave Group speakers receive the same
audio from the wireless main unit.
• Slave Group speakers are controlled
independently from the main unit and from
each other.
• Each pair of Slave Group Speakers has its
own volume control, independent of the main
unit and any other pairs in the Slave group.
• Adjusting the volume on any speaker in
the Slave Group will affect the volume only
on the other speaker in its pair, that is L +
R speakers always act together. All other
speakers and wireless main unit will be
unaffected.
• Powering ON or OFF any one speaker works
in two ways:
- Short press – only the left and right
speaker in the pair are powered ON or
OFF. Wireless main unit and from every
other speaker pair are unaffected.
- Long press – speaker pair, main unit
and other speakers all power ON or OFF
together.
Connecting External Devices
Auxiliary Input Jack
This system includes an AUX IN Jack to allow
you to connect external audio equipment and
listen to the sound from the external equipment
through the speakers of this system.
Examples of the types of external equipment that
may be connected are:
• An MP3 player such as iPod shuffle
• Audio outputs from DVD or VCR
• Cassette player
• Turntable
• MD player
IMPORTANT:
• To prevent hearing damage always set
the volume control to a low level before
you connect the headphones. Then
connect the headphones, put them on,
and very gradually increase the volume to
a comfortable listening level. Remember
that CDs may contain both very soft and
very loud passages. Adjust the volume to a
comfortable level using a louder passage,
so that you always know what the maximum
level will be.
To use AUX IN:
1. Connect the audio output jack or headphone
jack of the external audio equipment to the
AUX IN jack at the side of this system.
• You may leave your external device
permanently connected to this system if you
wish. It is not necessary to disconnect the
external device in order to listen to the Tuner
or CD player in this system.
2. To listen to the external audio source select
the “Auxiliary” mode using the FUNCTION
button.
3.5mm
stereo jack
Cable (not included)
RCA jack x2
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Wall Mounting
The DISC-180 wireless main unit and
speakers can be wall mounted using commonly
available wall mounts (not included). You may
purchase these mounting accessories from
many retailers specializing in audio and video
equipment. Please be sure to choose appropriate
surfaces for wall mounting and to follow all safety
and installation instructions included with the
mounting accessories.
To mount the wireless main unit:
• Remove the stand from the unit by firmly
depressing the locking tongue on the bottom
rear of the main unit and pulling firmly
backwards
• The wireless main unit is compatible with
VESA 75 wall mounts typically used for
mounting small LCD monitors.
DISC-180 recommends using a simple,
•
fixed or tilting-only style LCD wall mount.
• Any wall mount used must be capable of
supporting 6 pounds or more.
• The mounting holes on the back of the
wireless main unit are arranged in a square
pattern with 75mm spacing to match the
VESA 75 standard. The mounting holes will
accept only M4 (metric) bolts (not included).
All bolts must be of correct length and be
able to tighten properly when the wall mount
is attached. Be careful not to use bolts that
are too long or too short. If your wall mount
does not include bolts of the correct diameter
or length you can easily buy these parts at a
hardware store.
Mounting holes
Press here and pull backwards
to remove stand
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To mount the wireless speakers:
• Remove the stand from the unit by firmly
depressing the locking tongue on top rear of
the stand’s leg and pulling firmly downwards
(away from the speaker body)
• The wireless speakers are compatible with
satellite speaker or small bookshelf speaker
wall mounts.
• Any wall mount used must be capable of
supporting 4 pounds or more.
• The mounting holes on the back of the
wireless speakers unit will accept only M4
(metric) bolts (not included). All bolts must
be of correct length and be able to tighten
properly when the wall mount is attached. Be
careful not to use bolts that are too long or
too short. If your wall mount does not include
bolts of the correct diameter or length you
can easily buy these parts at a hardware
store.
Mounting holes
Press here and pull down
to remove stand
Troubleshooting
General
Audio interference is heard or audio stops
• The wireless main unit or wireless speakers
are too close to interfering devices. Follow
guidelines on page 8 to improve performance
System does not respond to key presses
• The built-in microprocessor may malfunction
due to external electrical interference.
• Unplug the AC power cord and then plug it
back in.
Red “Link” LED on speakers is flashing
• Wireless speakers are located too far from
the wireless main unit. The normal operating
range is about 100 ft indoors. Move the
speakers or the wireless main unit to reduce
the operating range.
• The wireless main unit or wireless speakers
are too close to interfering devices. Follow
guidelines on page 8 to improve performance
No power
• AC connection is not complete. Check all
cords and cables.
Unable to operate the system from the remote
control
• The path between the remote control and
the remote sensor on the system is blocked.
Clear the path.
• The batteries are exhausted. Replace the
batteries.
No sound is heard
• Volume is set too low or MUTE is ON.
Increase volume level or release MUTE.
• Headphones are connected.
• Speakers have become un-paired. Follow
speaker pairing instructions on page 31.
• You are adding new speakers to the system
and they are not paired. Follow speaker
pairing instructions on page 31.
• Wireless speakers are located too far from
the wireless main unit. The normal operating
range is about 100 ft indoors. Move the
speakers or the wireless main unit to reduce
the operating range.
Radio Operation
Head to hear broadcasts because of noise
• The FM antenna is not properly extended and
positioned. Extend completely and try another
position.
Disc Playback Operation
Disc skips
• The disc is scratched or dirty. Clean or
replace the disc.
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Technical Specications
1.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
General
Electrical supply:
Power requirements of wireless main unit:
Power requirements of wireless speaker unit:
Dimensions of wireless main unit:
Weight of wireless main unit:
Dimensions of wireless speaker unit:
Weight of wireless speaker unit:
2. Tuner
• FM tuning range:
• Preset memory stations:
3. CD/USB/SD section
• Playback system:
•
•
Program memory:
Frequency response:
4. 4GHz transmission section
• Number of RF channels:
• Channel Frequency:
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•
•
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Channel Spacing:
Rx sensitivity:
Transmission Power:
Number of pairing Rx:
5. Speaker system
• Output power:
• Impedance:
100-240 V ~ 50/60Hz
9V 1.5A
15V 2A
321(L) x 100(W) x 223(H)
1.88Kg
345(L) x 118(W) x 158(H)
1.7Kg
87.5MHz ~ 108MHz
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Compact Disc Digital Audio
Supports SD/MMC flash card
Supports USB mass storage device
20
20Hz ~ 20KHz
3
CH1: 2412MHz
CH2: 2438MHz
CH3: 2464MHz
26 MHz
-83dBm
18 dBm (Typical)
25
15W/CH (THD<1%)
4
We hereby confirm that model DISC 180 / S 180 is conform with regulations
1999/5/EC. The EC-declaration can be requested at the following address:
Wörlein GmbH
Gewerbestraße 12
D 90556 Cadolzburg
Tel:
+ 49 9103 / 71 67 0
Fax:
+ 49 9103 / 71 67 12
Email:
[email protected]
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Care and Maintenance
Compact Disc Care
To remove a disc from its storage case, press
down on the center of the case and lift the disc
out, holding it carefully by the edges.
Finger prints and dust should be carefully wiped
off the disc’s recorded surface with a soft cloth.
Unlike conventional records, compact discs
have no grooves to collect dust and microscopic
debris, so gently wiping with a soft cloth should
remove most particles. Wipe in a straight line
from the inside to the outside of the disc. Small
dust particles and light stains will have absolutely
no effect on reproduction quality.
Clean the disc periodically with a soft, lint-free,
dry cloth. Never use detergents or abrasive
cleaners to clean the disc. If necessary, use a CD
cleaning kit. Never write on or affix labels to the
surface of compact discs.
Care of the Cabinet
If the cabinet becomes dusty, wipe it with a soft
dry dust cloth. Do not use any wax, polish sprays,
or abrasive cleaners on the cabinet.
Caution
Never allow any water or other liquids to get
inside the unit while cleaning.
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