DR30 Manual-0930

DR30 Manual-0930
BR40DAB
Introduction
Thank you for buying this BUSH 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. They are designed to familiarise you with the unit's many features and to
ensure you get the very best from your purchase.
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.
Warranty
In the unlikely event that your product fails to work normally, please call the below free
phone number to discuss the problem with one of our qualified service engineers.
Australia
Bush Warranty: 1800 509 394
New Zealand
Bush Warranty: 0800 450 259
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Safety Instructions
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.
The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the openings with items such as
newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc. This may cause overheating.
No naked flame sources, such as lit candles, should be placed on the unit.
Do not expose the unit to dripping or splashing, and no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, should be placed on the apparatus.
Do not place the unit in closed bookcases or racks without proper ventilation.
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 personnel.
Consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation / operation / safety
of the product.
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CONTENTS
Introduction ...................................................................................2
Safety Instructions ........................................................................3
Contents ..........................................................................................4
Your DAB+ Radio ...........................................................................5
Remote Control .............................................................................6
What is DAB+................................................................................7
Getting Started ..............................................................................7
Fitting Batteries .............................................................................8
Power Control ................................................................................8
Browsing for a Station ...................................................................9
Adjusting the Volume ....................................................................9
Selecting DAB+ or FM .................................................................10
Listening to FM Radio ...................................................................10
Stereo/mono Reception ................................................................10
DAB+ & FM Station Presets............................................................11
DAB+ Scanning ...........................................................................11
DAB+ Display Modes ...................................................................12
FM Display Modes .......................................................................13
DAB+ Settings Menu ...................................................................13
FM Settings Menu ........................................................................15
Setting the alarms ........................................................................16
Waking to the Alarms....................................................................17
AUX IN......................................................................................... 17
Headphone Out........................................................................................17
Warning / Troubleshooting / Technical Specification.....................18
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Your DAB+ Radio
FRONT VIEW
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BACK VIEW
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1. ALARM
2. SCAN
3. INFO
4. MODE
5. VOL6. VOL+
7. BUTTON
8. SELECT
9. BUTTON
10. MENU
11. PRESET
12. ON/OFF
13. DISPLAY
14. SPEAKER
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15. POWER ON/OFF
16. DC POWER
INPUT
17. HEADPHONE OUT
18. AUX IN
19. ANTENNA
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Remote Control
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1. POWER ON/OFF
2. BUTTON
3. PRESET
4. MODE SELECT
5. MUTE
6. BUTTON
7. CLOCK
8. STEREO/MONO
9. ALARM
10. SLEEP
11. DIMMER
12. VOLUME +/13. TREBLE +/14. BASS +/15. BUTTON
16. INFO
17. BUTTON
18. SELECT/SNOOZE
19. MENU
Remote Control Batteries
Before first Use
To prepare the remote control for first use, pull out the safety strip to activate the battery.
Replacing the battery
When replacing the battery in the remote control, refer to the diagram below.
1. Press the catch across.
2. While holding the catch, open the battery door.
3. Fit the battery observing polarity as shown. When replacing the battery, use only the
same CR2025 type specified
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What is DAB+
DAB+ was developed in Europe by a consortium of broadcasters and manufacturers.
DAB+ uses digital compression techniques to transform the source material, i.e. music
and speech, into better quality audio.
Interference free reception
Analogue systems suffer from an effect called "multipath distortion". This is caused
because waves do not behave in an orderly fashion, but bounce and reflect off buildings
etc. DAB+ sees this as an advantage and uses the direct and reflected signals to actually
reinforce the end result, allowing for better service more of the time.
No need to re-tune
A single DAB+ frequency can be used to cover the whole of the Australia, so solving.
Scrolling Text
Broadcasters can transmit text to your radio. This way you can read the name of the DJ,
artist, song title or any other information they choose.
DAB+ Coverage
Check you local coverage at www.digitalradioplus.com.au
Getting Started
Connecting Power
Before connecting the power, check that the mains voltage on the rating plate of the
AC adaptor is the same as the voltage in your area.
Plug the DC cord from the AC adaptor into the DC-In jack on the unit.
Plug the AC adaptor into the wall socket and switch the mains power on.
The unit is now ready for use.
NOTE: The AC adaptor may become warm during operation this is normal.
Setting the Clock
The clock on your radio is automatically set when first used from the time signal broadcast
with DAB+ radio stations.
If a DAB+ station is not available, the clock may be set manually via the Setting menu.
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Fitting Batteries
Referring to the diagram, side off the battery compary compartment lid.
Fit 6 x AA batteries into the battery compartment, observing polarity as shown.
Alkaline batteries are recommended for best performance.
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Battery Disposal
Dispose of used batteries with regard to the recycling regulations in your area.
DO NOT short circuit batteries or throw them into water, tgeneral rubbish or in a fire.
Weak batteries can leak and damage the radio. Replace them in good time!
Power Control
Power Control
To turn the radio on:
Slide the ON/OFF button at the back of BR40DAB.
The radio will switch on.
To set the radio to Standby:
Press the Standby button on the unit or Remote control.
The radio will set to standby. The clock will continue to run in Standby mode.
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Initial scan
When your radio is switched on for the first time the scanning display will be shown
while the scanning process takes place:
Scanning
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Progress bar
Number of stations found
The radio scans all usable stations(full scan)and stores them alpha numerically-1 Radio,
2 Radio, AA Radio, AB Radio...
The initial scan will take a few minutes. After the scan, the clock will be set and the radio
will play the first station in the sequence. To browse for another station, refer to the next
section.
Browsing For a Station
To browse for another DAB+ station:
Press the or button repeatedly on the unit or Remote control.
The stations in the station list will be displayed in sequence.
Press the button until you find the station you want.
Press the SELECT button to select the displayed station.
After a short delay, the radio will tune to the station.
Adjusting The Volume
To increase the volume:
Press VOL+ /
to increase the volume.
The volume level will increase.
To decrease the volume:
Press VOL- / to drcrease the volume.
The volume is adjusted the display will change to show the current volume setting on
a bargraph.
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Selecting Input Mode
Press the MODE button repeatedly switch DAB+, FM or AUX.
Listening To FM Radio
Your radio can receive FM band radio stations
To change to FM band:
Press the MODE button to switch to FM mode.
T0 auto-tune to FM stations:
Press SCAN button or Press and Hold the or button to search up or down for the
next station in the band.
The radio will search and the tuning frequency will be displayed whilst searching.
When a usable statlon is detected the radio will stop tuning and play the station, If RDS
data is present, the station name and scrolling radio text will be displayed. If RDS data
is not present, the tuned frequency will be displayed.
To manually tune to FM stations:
Press the or button to tune the band in 50KHz Steps.
Stereo/Mono Reception
You can set your radio to switch automatically between stereo and mono
FM reception (Stereo allowed) or to receive in mono only (Forced mono).
Setting to Forced mono mode may improve sound quality in areas where ayweak aerial
signal results in a high level of background noise.
Press the MENU button
Press or button until "Audio Setting" displayed, then press the SELECT button to
go into the audio setting.
Press or button to switch between the options of Stereo or Mono reception.
Press the SELECT button to confirm the selection
Press the MENU button again to exit the menu.
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DAB+ & FM Station Presets
DAB+ and FM presets
Your radio can store up to 10 of your favourite stations as presets on both the DAB+
and FM bands for quick recall.
To store a preset 1-10
Tune to the station you want to store as a preset.
Press and hold the PRESET button.
'Preset Store' will be displayed.
Press the or button repeatedly to find the preset number you want to store.
For each preset number the preset station currently stored will be display or '(Empty)'
if none is stored.
Press the SELECT button to confirm if you want the station in the display preset
number.
To recall any preset 1-10
Press the PRESET button briefly.
Press the or button repeatedly to find the preset number you want to play.
Press the SELECT button briefly to play the preset.
The radio will re-tune and the preset number will be displayed.
DAB+ Scanning
When first used, your radio scanned the DAB+ band for available stations. The station
services found were then stored in your radio's memory.
You can re-scan the band at any time if you move to a different area or just to refresh
the stored list of available stations.
NOTE: On some occasions, when moving to a different area, re-scaning may not fully
update the station list. In this case it may be necessary to reset your radio.
To scan for DAB+ stations manually:
Select the DAB+ mode.
Press the SCAN button.
The scanning process will take a few minuter. The number of services found during the
scan will be shown at the right side of the display.
After the scan ,the radio will re-tune to the last station playing if it is available. Alternatively,
you can continue to browse for an other station as described on the previous page.
Scanning
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Progress bar
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Number of stations found
BR40DAB
DAB+ Display Modes
Display Mode Options MODE OPTIONS
The bottom line of the display can be switched
to show different items of information that may
be transmitted with a DAB+ station.
Choosing the information display:
Press the INFO button repeatedly to change
the information displayed while playing a DAB+
radio station. The full range of display options
are shown below. Some stations may not
broadcast all of these options.
DLS (Dynamic Label Segment): This is a
scrolling messagegiving real-time information
- song titles, news headlines, etc.
DLS (SCROLLING TEXT)
SIGNAL STRENGTH
PROGRAMME TYPE
MULTIPLEX NAME
MULTIPLEX NUMBER/FREQ
SIGNAL ERROR RATE
AUDIO BIT RATE/ENCODING
TIME
DATE
Signal Strength: This setting will display a signal
strength bargraph. The longer the bar graph, the stronger the signal. Setting the display
to show signal strength is useful when setting up the aerial for the strongest signal.
Programme Type: This describes the style of the programme being broadcast.
Multiplex Name: DAB+ Digital radio stations are broadcast in multiplexes. Each multiplex
is a bundle of radio station stransmitted in a single frequency. There are national and
local multiplexes; local ones contain stations specific to your area. This option displays
the name of the multiplex name that contains the station you are listening to.
Multiplex Number/Freq: This option will display themultiplex number and frequency that
contains the station you are listening to.
Sighal Error Rate: This option will display the level of signal errors in the current
broadcast. The lower the number, the better the quality of the signal.
Bit Rate: DAB+ allows broadcasters to vary the BIT RATE (or the amount by which an
audio signal can be compressed)depending on the type of broadcast. This enables the
amountof stations on a multiplex to be maximised. Speech and News are often broadcast
at a lower Bit Rate;music needs a higher Bit Rate for good fidelity.
Time And Date: Time and date are updated by broadcasted information.
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FM Display Modes
The bottom line of the display can be switched to
show different items of information that may be
transmitted with a FM station.
RDS RADIOTEXT
PROGRAMME TYPE
To change the display mode:
Press the INFO button repeatedly to change the
information displayed while playing an FM radio
station.
The full range of display options are shown below.
Some stations may not broadcast all of these
options.
FREQUENCY
STEREO/MONO
TIME
DATE
Advanced Operation - DAB+ Settings Menu
DAB+ SETTINGS MENU
Your radio has some additional features and options that may be reached through the
Settings Menu.
A complete map of the menu is shown here.
To enter the DAB+ Settings Menu:
Set to DAB+ mode.
Long press the INFO button Press the or button to scroll through the available
options. To choose an option from the menu, press the SELECT button. To move back
through the menu, press the INFO button.
Choose the 'System' menu option to open the sub-menu of system options shown on
the menu map.
Scan Setting
Audio Setting
Clock Setting
Factory Reset
Swversion
Adjust BASS
Adjust TREBLE
Sleep Setting
Display Setting
Press SELECT
Scan all DAB+ bands
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Set Stereo or Mono reception
Set clock anto update or set the clock manually
Press SELECT
Return all settings to factory original
Press SELECT
Display the software version
Press SELECT
Set Bass volume
Press SELECT
Set Treble volume
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Set Sleep time
Adjust the brightness of the display
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DAB+ Settings Menu
More Detail Of The DAB+ Settings Menu Options:
Autoscan: Select Autoscan to re-scan the entire DAB+ band and refresh the station list.
Manual Tuning: Manual tuning enables you to search the band manually by pressing
the or button to step through the multiplex numbers and check if any have usable signal
strength on a bargraph display. Manual tuning is not necessary in normal operation
where scanning will have automatically established a station list of all usable stations.
More Detail Of The System SUB-MENU Options:
Sleep: Select this option to set a sleep time in the range 15-90 minutes. When a sleep
time is set, the radio will set To Standby after the sleep delay time. Choose 'Sleep Off'
to cancel sleep mode.
Alarm: Select this option to set alarm times and activate one or both of the dual alarms.
There are more details of alarm setting on the following page.
Time: Select the time option to set the clock manually. This may be useful if you are in
an area where it is not possible to receive DAB+ radio broadcasts. Within the time menu
options it is also possible to change the clock display format between 12 and 24 hour,
to choose whether the clock should set from the DAB+ time signal (Auto update) and to
change the format of the time and date display.
Display Setting: Select "Display set" then the "Active Backlight" sub-option to
change the backlight brightness. Press < or > to adjust the brightness level.
Press Select to enter the Standby Backlight sub-option. Press < or > to adjust the
brightness level during Standby Mode.
Factory Reset: Select the 'Yes' sub-option to reset all the settings of your radio to factory
original settings. The station list will also be cleared and any stored preset memories will
be erased. After a factory reset the radio will re-scan the band and renew the station list.
SW VERSION: This option will display the version number of the control software currently
installed in your radio. This will be helpful to a technician who is servicing the radio.
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FM Settings Menu
FM Settings Menu
There are also some menu setting that are specific to FM radio operation. These settings
may be changed through the Settings Menu.
To enter the FM Settings Menu:
Set to FM mode.
Press the MENU button.
A map of the menu is shown below. The menu is
navigated in the same way as the DAB+ settings
menu.
SCAN SETTING
AUDIO SETTING
TONE SETTING
SLEEP SETTING
More Detail Of The FM Settings Menu Options:
Scan Setting: With this menu option you can set
the scanning sensitivity of the FM radio to two
different levels-'Strong stations only' or 'All stations'.
Setting to 'Strong stations only' will exclude weaker
stations resulting in a quicker scan. If you set to 'All
stations' the scan will stop at every station detected,
even if the signal is weak.
DISPLAY SETTING
TIME SETTING
FACTORY RESET
SW VERSION
Audio Settings: This option enables you to set the radio to receive FM in Auto mode
(Mono/Stereo) or in Mono only. This may be useful if the signal is weak and the broadcast
is noisy.
System Settings: Allows you to set Tone Settings, Sleep Settings, Display
Settings, Time Settings, perform a Factory Reset and view the Software Version.
Tone Settings: Set the Bass volume & Trebel volume.
Sleep Settings: Select this option to set a sleep time in the range 15-90 minutes. When
a sleep time is set, the radio will set To Standby after the sleep delay time. Choose
'Sleep Off' to cancel sleep mode.
Display Setting: Select "Display set" then the "Active Backlight" sub-option to
change the backlight brightness. Press < or > to adjust the brightness level.
Press Select to enter the Standby Backlight sub-option. Press < or > to adjust the
brightness level during Standby Mode.
Time Setting: Select the time option to set the clock manually.
Factory Reset Setting: Select the 'Yes' sub-option to reset all the settings of your radio
to factory original settings. The station list will also be cleared and any stored preset
memories will be erased. After a factory reset the radio will re-scan the band and renew
the station list.
SW Version: This option will display the version number of the control software currently
installed in your radio. This will be helpful to a technician who is servicing the radio.
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Setting The Alarms
Setting The Alarms
You can set two completely separate alarm times (ALARM 1 and ALARM 2) and activate
either or both of them to wake you with a buzzer or radio.
The alarms are set from within the 'Alarm' option of the Settings Menu.
NOTE: - You must complete all settings before leaving the menu or your changes won't
be saved.
Setting the Alarm:
Switch on the radio (Alarm settings cannot be changed when set to Standby).
Press the ALARM button on front panel.
'Alarm Status Set' will appear on the display.
Press the SELECT button instead of 'SELECT control' to begin setting Alarm 1 or
press the button before selecting to choose Alarm 2 setup.
Alarm 1 Wizard is now displayed.
The alarm is now set in the sequence shown on this page.
NOTE: Press the MENU button at any time to exit alarm setting, leaving the settings
unchanged.
To make a change to a setting:
1. Press the or button to scroll through the options available for a setting (or times
when clock setting).
2.When you have finished changing a setting, press the SELECT button to confirm the
setting and to the next setting in the sequence.
3. Repeat the previous two steps to change each setting as required.
*NOTE: - When changing the Alarm radio preset setting, wake to the last station you
played before setting the radio to Standby.
Alarm 1 On/Off
Saving alarm settings:
Your alarm settings are automatically saved
when you complete the last setting and press
the SELECT control.
Choose to set Alarm 1 On or off
Alarm 1 Time
Set the alarm hours, then minutes
Alarm 1 Duration
Waking to the alarm:
Once you have set the alarm with your required
time and wake-up mode,set the radio to Standby.
If the alarm is active, the alarm symbol will show
on the display .
Set the duration of the alarm
Alarm 1 wake-up mode(Source)
Choose from DAB+,FM,iPod,Buzzer
Alarm 1 Volume
Set the volume for Alarm 1
Alarm Saved
The alarm settings have been saved
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Waking To The Alarms
Setting the Alarm to Wake You
To set the alarm to wake you:
Check that the Alarm symbol is displayed. If not, set the Alarm(s) On as described in
the 'Setting the Alarms' section on the previous page.
Alarm symbol
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Set the radio to Standby (or set the SLEEP function).
The radio will switch off and the time will be displayed.
with the Alarm Symbol.
WHEN THE ALARM WAKES YOU
To switch off the alarm:
Press the POWER button or ALARM button.
Press or to switch between Alarm 1 or 2
Press SELECT
Press or to select OFF.
AUX IN
There is a AUX IN jack to listen to an external audio player, Connect a 3.5mm audio
cable(not included) to the AUX in socket of BR40DAB and headphone socket or an
external audio player.
Press MODE button to switch the input to AUX.
HEADPHONE
There is a
jack on the back panel of the radio. If
(such as a set of headphones)
are connected to this socket for private listening, the speakers will cut out automatically.
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Warning / Troubleshooting / Technical Specification
All electrical and electronic products must not be disposed of
with household waste. Please refer to the retailer from whom
you purchased this item for disposal instructions.
Batteries and packaging materials can be recycled using your
local collection facilities.
Troubleshooting
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the set for repair.
If you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult you retailer or
service center.
WARNING: Under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself, as this
would void your guarantee.
POSSIBLE
PROBLEM
No sound
REMEDY
Volume may not be adjusted, Increase the Volume level.
Disconnect your
(Headphone out)
(Headphone out).
are connected.
Check and connect the power
Power is not correctly
properly.
connected.
The radio does not operate
when you press any buttons
Electrostatic discharge
Turn off the unit, disconnect
the main power, reconnect
after a 60 seconds
Radio poor reception
Weak radio aerial signal
Interference caused by the
other electrical equipment
(i.e. TVs, VCR, Computer,
fluorescent lamps (TL) etc)
Extend and aim the aerial for
the best reception possible.
Keep the unit away from other
electrical equipment where
possible
Technical Specification
Power Consumption................................................................... 1.5W x 2
Supply Voltage/Battery................................................................ 9 V (AA/UM3 x 6)
DAB+.......................................................................................... BAND III 174 -240 MHz
FM............................................................................................... 87.5-108 MHz
Sensitivity.................................................................................... -95dBm Typical
(Headphone out) ................................................................. 3.5mm Stereo Jack
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Warranty
Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase. This product is warranted for any defect
in materials or workmanship for one year after the original date of purchase. This product
is for normal domestic and office use only. This warranty does not cover damage from
misuse or neglect, accidental damage, vermin infestation, excessive voltages such us
lightning or power surges or any alternation that affects the performance or reliability of
the product.
In the unlikely event that your product fails to work normally, please contact the
Bush Warranty on 1800 509 394 (Australia)
or 0800 450 259 (New Zealand)
and have your receipt of purchase on hand.
This warranty is subject to the following provisions:
It is only valid within boundaries of the country of purchase
The product must be correctly assembled and operated in accordance with the
instructions contained in the manual
This product must be used solely for domestic purposes
The warranty does not cover accidental damage
The warranty will be rendered invalid if the product is resold or has been damaged by
inexpert repair
The manufacturer disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damaged
This warranty is in addition to, and does not diminish, your statutory or legal rights.
PO BOX 6287
Silverwater NSW 1811
Bush Warranty: 1800 509 394 Australia
Bush Warranty: 0800 450 259 New Zealand
www.bushaustralia.com.au
UMA0567A
PO BOX 6287
Silverwater NSW 1811
www.bushaustralia.com.au
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