Operating Instructions Busch-AudioWorld® Busch

Operating Instructions Busch-AudioWorld® Busch
1473-1-8732 / 2CKA001373B8732 │ 09.06.2016
Operating Instructions
Busch-AudioWorld®
Busch-Radio BTconnect
8217 U
Table of contents
Table of contents
1
Notes on the instruction manual ................................................................................................................................. 4
2
trademarks .................................................................................................................................................................. 4
3
Safety .......................................................................................................................................................................... 5
3.1
Information and symbols used........................................................................................................................ 5
3.2
Intended use ................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.3
Improper use .................................................................................................................................................. 6
3.4
Target group / Qualifications of personnel...................................................................................................... 7
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.5
4
Safety instructions .......................................................................................................................................... 8
Information on protection of the environment ............................................................................................................. 9
4.1
5
Operation ....................................................................................................................................................... 7
Installation, commissioning and maintenance ............................................................................................... 7
Environment ................................................................................................................................................... 9
Setup and function .................................................................................................................................................... 10
5.1
Possible combinations .................................................................................................................................. 10
6
Technical data........................................................................................................................................................... 11
7
Connection, installation / mounting ........................................................................................................................... 12
7.1
Requirements for the electrician ................................................................................................................... 12
7.2
Mounting/dismantling.................................................................................................................................... 13
7.3
Electrical connection..................................................................................................................................... 16
7.3.1
7.3.2
Loudspeaker ................................................................................................................................................ 16
Mains voltage ............................................................................................................................................... 16
8
Commissioning ......................................................................................................................................................... 17
9
Operation .................................................................................................................................................................. 18
9.1
Operating modes .......................................................................................................................................... 18
9.2
Normal operation .......................................................................................................................................... 19
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.2.3
9.2.4
9.2.5
9.2.6
9.2.7
9.3
Overview ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
Button assignment ....................................................................................................................................... 19
Adjusting the volume.................................................................................................................................... 20
Selecting the station..................................................................................................................................... 20
Operating Bluetooth® ................................................................................................................................... 21
Coupling and connecting the device ............................................................................................................ 21
Coupling and connecting the device via NFC .............................................................................................. 22
Instructions and the rectification of problems for your Bluetooth operation ................................................. 23
Busch iDock / AUX (My player) ................................................................................................................... 25
Sleep function (turn-off time) ....................................................................................................................... 26
Extended operation ...................................................................................................................................... 27
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.3.3
9.3.4
9.3.5
9.3.6
9.3.7
9.3.8
9.3.9
9.3.10
9.3.11
Display ......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Button assignment ....................................................................................................................................... 27
Functions of extended operation ................................................................................................................. 28
Menu "Timer" - "Alarm clock" ....................................................................................................................... 30
Menu "Timer" – "Short-time timer" (Egg timer / Countdown) ....................................................................... 32
Menu "Timer" – "Specifying alarm tones" .................................................................................................... 34
Menu "Station" – "Setting stations manually" .............................................................................................. 35
Menu "Stations" - "Automatic search mode for radio stations" .................................................................... 36
Menu "Stations" - "Deleting stations" ........................................................................................................... 37
Menu "Stations" - "Exchanging stations" ..................................................................................................... 38
Menu "Bluetooth" – "Disconnect device" ..................................................................................................... 39
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Table of contents
9.3.12
9.3.13
9.3.14
9.3.15
9.3.16
9.3.17
9.3.18
9.3.19
9.3.20
9.3.21
9.3.22
9.3.23
9.3.24
9.3.25
9.3.26
9.3.27
9.3.28
9.3.29
10
Maintenance ............................................................................................................................................................. 58
10.1
11
Menu "Bluetooth" – "Uncoupling all devices"............................................................................................... 40
Settings – Overview of setup menus ........................................................................................................... 41
Menu "Settings" - "Language"...................................................................................................................... 42
Menu "Settings" – "Date / Time" .................................................................................................................. 44
Menu "Settings" - "Audio mode" .................................................................................................................. 45
Menu "Settings" - "Sound mode" (Genre) .................................................................................................... 46
Menu "Settings" - "Start volume" ................................................................................................................. 47
Menu "Settings" – "AUX input"..................................................................................................................... 48
Menu "Settings" - "Display mode" ................................................................................................................ 49
Menu "Settings" - "Display illumination" ....................................................................................................... 50
Menu "Settings" - "Display brightness" ........................................................................................................ 51
Menu "Settings" - "Display contrast" ............................................................................................................ 51
Menu "Settings" - "Bluetooth® mode"........................................................................................................... 52
Menu "Settings" - "Extension unit operation" ............................................................................................... 53
Menu "Settings" - "Antenna" ........................................................................................................................ 54
Menu "Info" .................................................................................................................................................. 55
Menu tree ..................................................................................................................................................... 56
RESET (resetting the device) ...................................................................................................................... 57
Cleaning ....................................................................................................................................................... 58
Index ......................................................................................................................................................................... 59
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Notes on the instruction manual
1
Notes on the instruction manual
Please read through this manual carefully and observe the information it contains. This will
assist you in preventing injuries and damage to property, and ensure both reliable operation and
a long service life for the device.
Please keep this manual in a safe place.
If you pass the device on, also pass on this manual along with it.
Busch-Jaeger accepts no liability for any failure to observe the instructions in this manual.
If you require additional information or have questions about the device, please contact BuschJaeger or visit our Internet site at:
www.BUSCH-JAEGER.de
2
trademarks
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
and any use of such marks by [licensee name] is under license. Other trademarks and trade
names are those of their respective owners.
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Safety
3
Safety
The device has been constructed according to the latest valid regulations governing technology
and is operationally reliable. It has been tested and left the factory in a technically safe and
reliable state.
However, residual hazards remain. Read and adhere to the safety instructions to prevent
hazards of this kind.
Busch-Jaeger accepts no liability for any failure to observe the safety instructions.
3.1
Information and symbols used
The following Instructions point to particular hazards involved in the use of the device or provide
practical instructions.
Danger
Risk of death / serious damage to health
– The respective warning symbol in connection with the signal word "Danger"
indicates an imminently threatening danger which leads to death or serious
(irreversible) injuries.
Warning
Serious damage to health
– The respective warning symbol in connection with the signal word "Warning"
indicates a threatening danger which can lead to death or serious
(irreversible) injuries.
Caution
Damage to health
– The respective warning symbol in connection with the signal word "Caution"
indicates a danger which can lead to minor (irreversible) injuries.
Attention
Damage to property
– This symbol in connection with the signal word "Attention" indicates a
situation which could cause damage to the product itself or to objects in its
surroundings.
NOTE
This symbol in connection with the word "Note" indicates useful tips and
recommendations for the efficient handling of the product.
The following safety symbols are used in the operating manual.
This symbol alerts to electric voltage.
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Safety
3.2
Intended use
This device is a radio for flush-mounted installation. The device is part of the BuschAudioWorld® system.
The device is intended for the following:
■
Operation according to the listed technical data,
■
Installation in dry interior rooms and suitable flush-mounted boxes,
■
Use with the connecting options available on the device.
The intended use also includes adherence to all specifications in this manual.
3.3
Improper use
Each use not listed in Chapter 3.2 “Intended use“ on page 6 is deemed improper use and can
lead to personal injury and damage to property.
Busch-Jaeger is not liable for damages caused by use deemed contrary to the intended use of
the device. The associated risk is borne exclusively by the user/operator.
The device is not intended for the following:
■
Unauthorized structural changes
■
Repairs
■
Outdoor use
■
The use in bathroom areas
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Safety
3.4
Target group / Qualifications of personnel
3.4.1
Operation
No special qualifications are needed to operate the device.
3.4.2
Installation, commissioning and maintenance
Installation, commissioning and maintenance of the device must only be carried out by trained
and properly qualified electrical installers.
The electrical installer must have read and understood the manual and follow the instructions
provided.
The electrical installer must adhere to the valid national regulations in his/her country governing
the installation, functional test, repair and maintenance of electrical products.
The electrical installer must be familiar with and correctly apply the "five safety rules" (DIN VDE
0105, EN 50110):
1. Disconnect
2. Secure against being re-connected
3. Ensure there is no voltage
4. Connect to earth and short-circuit
5. Cover or barricade adjacent live parts
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Safety
3.5
Safety instructions
Danger - Electric voltage!
Electric voltage! Risk of death and fire due to electric voltage of 230 V.
Dangerous currents flow through the body when coming into direct or indirect
contact with live components. This can result in electric shock, burns or even
death.
■
Work on the 230 V supply system may only be performed by authorised and
qualified electricians.
■
Disconnect the mains power supply before installation / disassembly.
■
Never use the device with damaged connecting cables.
■
Do not open covers firmly bolted to the housing of the device.
■
Use the device only in a technically faultless state.
■
Do not make changes to or perform repairs on the device, on its components
or its accessories.
■
Keep the device away from water and wet surroundings.
Caution! - Risk of damaging the device due to external factors!
Moisture and contamination can damage the device.
■
Protect the device against humidity, dirt and damage during transport,
storage and operation.
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Information on protection of the environment
4
Information on protection of the environment
4.1
Environment
Consider the protection of the environment!
Used electric and electronic devices must not be disposed of with domestic
waste.
– The device contains valuable raw materials which can be recycled.
Therefore, dispose of the device at the appropriate collecting depot.
All packaging materials and devices bear the markings and test seals for proper disposal.
Always dispose of the packaging material and electric devices and their components via the
authorized collecting depots and disposal companies.
The products meet the legal requirements, in particular the laws governing electronic and
electrical devices and the REACH ordinance.
(EU Directive 2012/19/EU WEEE and 2011/65/EU RoHS)
(EU REACH ordinance and law for the implementation of the ordinance (EC) No.1907/2006).
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Setup and function
5
Setup and function
5.1
Possible combinations
8217 U
Table 1:
8218 U
X
8221 U
X
(2x / 4x)
8222 EB
X
(2x / 4x)
8223 U
X
(1x / 2x)
8224 EB
X
(2x / 4x)
8252-xxx
X
Possible combinations
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Technical data
6
Technical data
Designation
Value
Nominal voltage:
110 ... 230 V AC, ±10%, 50 / 60 Hz
Temperature range:
5°C - +40°C
Protection type:
IP 20
Power consumption during the idle state
■
ECO mode:
■
Standby mode:
■
Premium mode:
≤ 0.1 W
≤ 0.5 W
≤5W
Storage temperature:
-20°C - +70°C
Resolution:
128 x 100
Display size:
3.8 cm (1.5")
Maximum core cross section of power supply:
2.5 mm²
Maximum core cross section of signal connecting
terminals:
0.75 mm²
Maximum core cross section of loudspeaker
terminals:
0.75 mm²
Admissible loudspeaker impedance:
4…8Ω
Frequency range:
100 … 10,000 Hz
Table 2: Technical data
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Connection, installation / mounting
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Connection, installation / mounting
Danger - Electric voltage!
Risk of death due to electrical voltage of 230 V during short-circuit in the lowvoltage line.
– Low-voltage and 230 V cables must not be installed together in a flushmounted socket!
7.1
Requirements for the electrician
Danger - Electric voltage!
Install the device only if you have the necessary electrical engineering
knowledge and experience.
■
Incorrect installation endangers your life and that of the user of the electrical
system.
■
Incorrect installation can cause serious damage to property, e.g. due to fire.
The minimum necessary expert knowledge and requirements for the installation
are as follows:
■
Apply the "five safety rules" (DIN VDE 0105, EN 50110):
1. Disconnect
2. Secure against being re-connected
3. Ensure there is no voltage
4. Connect to earth and short-circuit
5. Cover or barricade adjacent live parts.
■
Use suitable personal protective clothing.
■
Use only suitable tools and measuring devices.
■
Check the type of supply network (TN system, IT system, TT system) to
secure the following power supply conditions (classic connection to ground,
protective earthing, necessary additional measures, etc.).
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Connection, installation / mounting
7.2
Mounting/dismantling
Caution! The device can sustain damage when coming into contact with
hard objects!
The plastic parts of the device are sensitive.
– Pull the attachment off only with your hands.
– Do not lever parts off with screwdrivers or similar hard objects.
The flush-mounted insert must only be installed in flush-mounted wall boxes according to DIN
49073-1, Part 1, or suitable surface-mounted housings.
To mount the device, perform the following steps:
1. Pull the attachment off.
Fig. 1:
Fig. 2:
–
If the device is already mounted
or assembled, pull off the
attachment from the flushmounted insert with the aid of the
frame.
–
If the state of the device is at the
point of delivery, pull off the
attachment from the flushmounted insert with your hands.
–
Pull the attachment off only with
your hands!
–
Do not lever parts off with
screwdrivers or similar hard
objects. This damages the
device.
–
When pulling off, first the
resistance of the spring clamps
must be overcome.
Wall mounting: pulling off the attachment
State of the device at the point of delivery:
pulling off the attachment
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Connection, installation / mounting
2. Connect the loudspeaker cables and
signal lines to the flush-mounted
insert.
Fig. 3:
–
Both connecting terminals are
plug-in terminals.
–
For the connection assignment,
see chapter 7.3 “Electrical
connection“ on page 16
Connecting the cables
3. Connect the mains cables to the
flush-mounted insert.
Fig. 4:
–
Both connecting terminals are
screw-type terminals.
–
For the connection assignment,
see chapter 7.3 “Electrical
connection“ on page 16.
Connecting the cables
4. Mount the flush-mounted insert.
Fig. 5:
Mounting the flush-mounted insert
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Connection, installation / mounting
5. Plug the attachment together with the
frame onto the flush-mounted insert.
Fig. 6:
–
Ensure that the plug-in
connection on the rear side does
not get jammed.
–
If mounting is difficult, check
whether a burr has formed at the
lock-in opening of the flushmounted insert and remove it.
Mounting the display
The device is now mounted.
To dismantle the device, perform the following steps:
Dismantling is carried out in the reverse order to mounting.
■
Loosen the terminals of the
loudspeaker cables and signal lines
on the flush-mounted insert with the
aid of a screwdriver.
–
Fig. 7:
Press the terminal fixture into the
device and pull the cable out.
Connecting the cables
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Connection, installation / mounting
7.3
Electrical connection
7.3.1
Loudspeaker
For MONO mode, the loudspeaker can be connected to the left (L- / L+) or right (R- / R+)
connecting terminals.
For STEREO mode, two loudspeakers can be connected, one to the left (L- / L+) and one to the
right (R- / R+) connecting terminal.
7.3.2
Mains voltage
16 A
L
N
B
A
C
D L
RL L RR
GND
N1 L
Fig. 8:
Electrical connection
[A] Option, simultaneous switch-on with room light
[B] Option, connection of an external antenna (e.g. a 70 cm cable antenna).
[C] Variation: When connecting fluorescent lamps, energy-saving lamps or LED lamps, a 2-pole switch is
necessary!
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Commissioning
8
Commissioning
The setup for commissioning is the same as after a reset of the device (see chapter 9.3.29
“RESET (resetting the device)“ on page 57).
The description of the setup is available in Chapter 9.3.13 “Settings – Overview of setup menus“
on page 41.
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Operation
9
Operation
9.1
Operating modes
The device has three operating modes.
Standby
■
Fig. 9:
The device is in standby.
Standby
Normal operation, see chapter 9.2
“Normal operation“ on page 19
■
Fig. 10:
E.g. playing music
Normal operation
Settings, see chapter 9.3 “Extended
operation“ on page 27
■
Fig. 11:
E.g. setting the alarm
Settings / setup
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Operation
9.2
Normal operation
9.2.1
Overview
[1] Time
5
4
3
[2] Current radio station
[3] Information about the radio station
6
[4] Station memory
2
[5] Information about the radio
1
[6] Station of the stored radio station
Abb. 12: Overview of radio display
[1] Turn-off time (sleep function) is set.
[2] The alarm is activated
[3] The short-time timer has been set.
1 2 3
Abb. 13: Overview of display icons
9.2.2
Button assignment
1
2
3
4
Fig. 14:
Button assignment for operation
[1] ON/OFF
Sleep function (press the button for at least 3 seconds)
[2] Lower volume
[3] Higher volume
[4] Change of station
Change to extended operation (press the button for at least 3 seconds)
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Operation
9.2.3
Adjusting the volume
Use the following steps to adjust the volume:
1. During normal operation press the
buttons "MINUS" [1] or "PLUS" [2].
2
Fig. 15:
9.2.4
3
–
The device adjusts the volume.
–
In Bluetooth mode the volume
cannot be adjusted fully down.
You would not hear anything from
your connected multimedia
device if you wish to adjust the
volume from there.
Adjusting the volume
Selecting the station
Use the following steps to change a station:
1. Activate the "PROG" [1] button.
1
Fig. 16:
Changing stations
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The device switches to the next
preset station.
–
Eight positions are available for
preset stations.
–
When changing to the next
station, first the station's
frequency is displayed. And
several seconds later the station
(RDS).
The station has been changed.
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Operation
9.2.5
Operating Bluetooth®
Bluetooth® allows data transmission between devices over a short distance. Your device uses
this technology to receive and play digital music data, which are being sent from your
smartphone, for example.
Coupling and connecting the device
Use the following steps to couple and connect the Bluetooth function:
1
2
The Bluetooth function is located on
radio station 9.
1. Press button "PROG" [3] as often as
required until you have changed to
radio station 9.
–
The current radio station number
[1] is shown at the top right-hand
in the display.
–
After changing to the Bluetooth
function it is ready for operation.
The Bluetooth icon [2] flashes.
3
Fig. 17:
Bluetooth® ready
2. Connect the Bluetooth-capable
device to the Busch-Radio
BTconnect.
Fig. 18:
–
Navigate in the multimedia device
into the Bluetooth settings.
–
Depending on the multimedia
device, the available Bluetooth
devices will be displayed
automatically. If not, allow the
multimedia device to search for
them.
–
Select the Busch-Radio
BTconnect that is displayed and
couple and connect the devices.
Multimedia device
The connection is always established
starting from the multimedia device. A
connection cannot be established from
the Busch-Radio BTconnect.
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Operation
–
The Bluetooth icon is displayed
permanently.
3. Play the music you have selected on
the multimedia device.
–
Fig. 19:
The Busch-Radio BTconnect
plays the selected music.
Bluetooth® active
Coupling and connecting the device via NFC
NFC
Table 3:
Near Field Communication
Near Field Communication
Glossary
NFC permits the exchange of data over a distance of a few cm. This technology has the ability
to exchange data keys. This dispenses with manual coupling and connecting.
If your device is NFC-capable, this is how it can be coupled and connected with the BuschRadio BTconnect.
Use the following steps to couple and connect the devices with the aid of NFC:
1. Glide your Bluetooth-capable device
slowly and at a minimal distance over
the Busch-Radio BTconnect.
–
The Busch-Radio BTconnect
switches automatically into the
Bluetooth mode.
–
The devices will be coupled and
connected.
–
The Bluetooth icon is displayed
permanently.
2. Play the music you have selected on
the multimedia device.
–
Fig. 20:
The Busch-Radio BTconnect
plays the selected music.
Bluetooth® coupling with NFC
NOTE
This function must be activated on your device for the coupling and connecting
process.
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Operation
Instructions and the rectification of problems for your Bluetooth operation
Information about Bluetooth operation
■
Depending on the model, the loudspeakers on the multimedia device for playing music have
been deactivated while it is connected to the Busch-Radio BTconnect.
■
After connection, the volume of the Busch-Radio BTconnect is additionally controlled via the
volume control of your multimedia device.
–
■
Coupling devices:
–
■
The devices are "joined" together. Each one of the other devices is stored in a list. Only
the stored devices can establish a connection.
Connecting devices:
–
■
If you deactivate the volume or turn it down, you will not hear anything on the BuschRadio BTconnect.
The coupled devices are connected and exchange data.
Time out:
–
The connection is automatically disconnected after 5 minutes without any connection
data. After leaving the house, for example.
–
The connection is automatically disconnected after the change to a radio station on the
Busch-Radio BTconnect.
Rectification of problems for Bluetooth operation
If the Bluetooth icon is permanently displayed on the Busch-Radio BTconnect, the multimedia
device is connected.
■
Nothing can be heard on the Busch-Radio BTconnect.
–
The multimedia device is switched off.
–
The mute function on the multimedia device has been activated.
–
The volume on the multimedia device has been turned down to "Zero".
–
The player software on the multimedia device in pause mode.
–
–
The connection was disrupted for more than 5 minutes. The connection is no longer
maintained after five minutes.
–
–
■
This could be the case especially after the connection has been temporarily
disrupted.
In this case the Bluetooth icon on the Busch-Radio BTconnect flashes.
You are at the boundary of the transmission range. While the signal is still strong
enough to maintain the connection, it is too weak to transmit sufficient data for playing
music.
The multimedia device cannot be connected, even though the Busch-Radio BTconnect is
displayed in the Bluetooth settings.
–
A different multimedia device is already connected to the Busch-Radio BTconnect.
–
Disconnect and uncouple the connected multimedia device in the Busch-Radio
BTconnect, see chapter 9.3.11 “Menu "Bluetooth" – "Disconnect device"“ on page
39 and see chapter 9.3.12 “Menu "Bluetooth" – "Uncoupling all devices"“ on page
40.
You must then couple and connect your device again because the list of coupled
devices stored in the Busch-Radio BTconnect has been deleted.
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Operation
■
The connection via NFC does not work.
–
You are guiding your multimedia device to quickly over the Busch-Radio BTconnect.
Your multimedia device is again outside the transmission range before the connection
process has been completed. This interrupts the connection process.
–
You are using a plastic protective cover for your multimedia device. Many protective
covers contain metal particles which distort the radio signals. Try to establish the
connection without a protective cover.
–
Your multimedia device is not NFC-capable (e.g. Apple device).
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Operation
9.2.6
Busch iDock / AUX (My player)
Fig. 21:
Busch-iDock / AUX
With the Busch-iDock you can play music from your iPhone, iPod or a different player via the
device and loudspeakers.
A different player can be connected via the lateral jack socket of the Busch-iDock.
NOTE
– For its use the AUX input must be activated in the settings, see chapter
9.3.19 “Menu "Settings" – "AUX input"“ on page 48.
– To use this function the Busch-iDock station must be connected and
available.
– Additional information on the Busch-iDock is available at http://www.buschjaeger-media.de/busch-jaeger_D/Standard/index.jsp
Use the following steps to connect a player:
1. Ensure that an Busch-iDock station is available!
2. Connect an iPhone, an iPod, or a different player.
–
Select the suitable connecting option:
[1] Connection for Apple devices (only
for iPod, iPhone)
[2] Jack socket (for other players)
1
2
Fig. 22:
–
Busch-iDock Station
As soon as the player is recognized, the device shows "Busch-iDock" in the display.
3. Select your desired music from your iPod, iPhone or a different player.
4. Then select "Play".
–
You will hear the music you have selected.
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Operation
9.2.7
Sleep function (turn-off time)
Fig. 23:
Sleep function
By switching on the sleep function the device is automatically switched off after a preset time.
This function can only be called up when the radio is switched on.
Use the following steps to activate or deactivate the sleep function:
Activating the sleep function
1. Press the "ON" button for at least 3 seconds.
2. Set the minutes with the "PLUS / MINUS" buttons.
–
The setting is made in "5 minute" steps (up to a maximum of 60 minutes).
3. Confirm the minutes by pressing the "PROG" button.
–
The "Stopwatch" icon appears in the display after the confirmation.
Deactivating the sleep function
1
Switch the radio off.
–
The "Stopwatch" icon goes out after the switch-off.
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9.3
Extended operation
The change to extended operation is only possible when the radio is switched on.
Use the following steps to change into extended operation:
1. Switch the radio on.
2. Press the "PROG" button for at least three seconds.
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9.3.1
The device changes into extended operation.
Display
4
3
5
2
1
Fig. 24:
Display overview of extended operation
[1] Next menu item
[2] Selected menu item
[3] Previous menu item
[4] Menu / menu level
[5] Menu number
9.3.2
Button assignment
1
2
3
4
Fig. 25:
Button assignment for extended operation
[1] One level higher
[2] Preceding menu item
[3] Next menu item
[4] Brief press of the button: Calling up the menu / confirming the selection
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9.3.3
Functions of extended operation
The manual settings or the start / stop of functions is carried out in the following menus.
A more detailed explanation about the individual functions is available in Chapter 9.3 “Extended
operation“ on page 27.
Observe also the references to the menu items mentioned in the following.
Timer (1 / 5), see the chapters regarding
the timer from Page 30
Here the time functions are set, e.g.
alarm clock.
■
Fig. 26:
Timer
Station (2 / 5), see the chapters
regarding the station from Page 35
■
Here the stations can be searched
for and adjusted.
–
1 to 8 stations
Abb. 27: Station
Bluetooth® (3 / 5), see the chapters
regarding Bluetooth® from Page 39
Here the connection with a multimedia
device is established.
■
Fig. 28:
Bluetooth®
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Operation
Settings (4 / 5), see the chapters
regarding settings from Page 42
■
Fig. 29:
Here the device settings are carried
out, e.g. language or display.
Settings
Info (5 / 5), see the chapters regarding
Info from Page 55
■
Fig. 30:
Here the information about the
device and the firmware is listed.
Info
NOTE
Help for navigating through the menus is available in Chapter 9.3.28 “Menu tree“
on page 56.
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Operation
9.3.4
Menu "Timer" - "Alarm clock"
Fig. 31:
Menu item "Alarm clock"
The menu is located in menu level "Timer".
The alarm call function is operated via this menu.
Use the following steps to set, activate and deactivate the alarm call function:
1. Switch to menu "Timer".
2. Switch to menu item "Alarm clock".
3. Set the value for the "Alarm hour".
–
Alarm hour describes the time specified between 0 to 24 hours.
4. Confirm the "Alarm hour".
–
The menu automatically switches to the next setting option.
5. Set the value for the "Alarm minute".
–
Alarm minute describes the time specified between 0 to 59 minutes.
6. Confirm the "Alarm minute".
–
The menu automatically switches to the next setting option.
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7. Switch to menu item "Activate" or "Deactivate".
–
Activation:
Confirm the activation of the alarm call function with the "PROG" button.
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–
The display shows the "ON" status with the "Alarm clock" icon.
Deactivation:
Confirm the deactivation of the alarm call function with the "PROG" button.
–
Fig. 32:
The alarm call function is deactivated. The "Alarm clock" icon goes out.
Main display - alarm clock has been set
Stop alarm clock / Snooze
The alarm clock starts:
–
When the alarm clock starts the display flashes and the alarm tone gets louder and louder.
–
The alarm tone stops with a press on the "ON / OFF" button.
–
The alarm clock is switched into the snooze function with a press on the "PROG" button.
The alarm clock starts again after 5 minutes.
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9.3.5
Menu "Timer" – "Short-time timer" (Egg timer / Countdown)
Fig. 33:
Menu item "Short-time timer".
The menu is located in menu level "Timer".
This menu is used to set a time which starts counting backwards after the start of the function
(similar to a countdown or an egg timer). A signal sounds when the time has expired.
To set, start or stop the timer, carry out the following steps:
1. Switch to menu "Timer".
2. Switch to menu item "Short-time timer".
3. Set the value for the "Short-time timer minutes".
–
Short-time timer minutes describes the time between 0 to 59 minutes.
4. Confirm the "Short-time timer minutes".
–
The menu automatically switches to the next setting option "Start short-time timer".
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Operation
5. Switch to menu item "Yes" or "No".
–
Yes:
Confirm the activation of the short-time timer with the "PROG" button.
–
–
The display shows the "ON" status with the "Hourglass" icon.
No:
Confirm the deactivation of the short-time timer with the "PROG" button.
–
The short-time timer has been deactivated. The "Hourglass" icon goes out.
NOTE
When you have set the "Short-time timer" and activated it, the "Short-time timer"
icon is not displayed! The Short-time timer icon will appear in the display after
you exit the main display.
Fig. 34:
Main display - "Short-time timer" has been set
Stopping the alarm tone
The timer starts:
–
When the timer starts, the display flashes and the alarm tone gets louder and louder.
–
The alarm tone stops with a press on the "ON / OFF" or "PROG" button.
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9.3.6
Menu "Timer" – "Specifying alarm tones"
Fig. 35:
Menu item "Alarm tones"
The menu is located in menu level "Timer".
This menu item is used to select an alarm tone for the alarm clock and the short-time timer.
Use the following steps to select the alarm tone:
1. Switch to menu "Timer".
2. Switch to menu item "Alarm tones".
–
The display shows the selection for the alarm clock.
3. For the alarm clock, switch between the selection "Alarm tone" or "Radio".
4. Confirm the "Selection" for the alarm clock.
–
The display shows the selection for the short-time timer.
5. For the short-time timer, switch between the selection "Alarm tone" or "Radio".
6. Confirm the "Selection" for the short-time timer.
–
The alarm tones are set and the menu switches automatically to the timer menu level.
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9.3.7
Menu "Station" – "Setting stations manually"
Fig. 36:
Menu item "Setting stations manually"
The menu is located in menu level "Stations".
This menu is used to set your desired stations manually.
Use the following steps to set the stations manually:
1. Switch to menu "Stations".
2. Switch to menu item "Setting stations manually"
3. Search for the suitable radio frequencies with the "plus / minus" buttons.
–
Tip: If you keep the "plus / minus" button pressed for approximately 5 seconds, the next
most powerful station will be displayed.
–
If you switch to a transmitter frequency which has already been stored, the current
memory location is displayed under the transmitter frequency.
4. Confirm your manual selection of the station with the "PROG" button.
5. Search for a memory location (location 1-8) with "plus / minus buttons.
–
If this location is already occupied, it will be overwritten when the new selection is
confirmed.
6. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
–
After confirming the memory location the station and the memory location is shown on
the display.
–
Starting from this display, search for additional suitable radio frequencies with the "plus /
minus" buttons.
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9.3.8
Menu "Stations" - "Automatic search mode for radio stations"
Fig. 37:
Menu item "Setting stations automatically"
The menu is located in menu level "Station".
This menu is used to set your desired stations with an automatic search mode for stations.
Use the following steps to set the stations automatically:
1. Switch to menu "Stations".
2. Switch to menu item "Automatic search mode".
–
The automatic search mode occupies memory locations 1 - 8 without any further
interruption. Stations which have already been stored will be deleted.
–
The status display indicates the progress of the automatic search mode.
–
After completion of the automatic search mode the radio returns to standard operation.
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Operation
9.3.9
Menu "Stations" - "Deleting stations"
Fig. 38:
Menu item "Deleting stations"
The menu is located in menu level "Station".
This menu is used to delete stations.
Use the following steps to delete a station:
1. Switch to menu "Station".
2. Switch to menu item "Deleting stations".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to switch to the memory location of the station to be deleted.
4. Delete the memory location of the station.
–
Press the "PROG" button for at least three seconds.
–
The memory location will be deleted without any further enquiry.
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Operation
9.3.10
Menu "Stations" - "Exchanging stations"
Fig. 39:
Menu item "Exchanging stations"
The menu is located in menu level "Station".
This menu is used to exchange the stations between two locations. The rest of the stored
stations remain in their location.
Use the following steps to exchange stations:
1. Switch to menu "Station".
2. Switch to menu item "Exchanging stations".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to switch to the memory location of the station to be
exchanged.
4. Use the "PROG" button to confirm the memory location of the station to be exchanged.
–
The display switches to the first available target memory location.
–
The station to be exchanged is displayed above the target memory location.
5. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to switch to the desired target memory location of the station.
6. Use the "PROG" button to confirm the target memory location.
–
The station to be exchanged is now located on the new memory location.
–
The station that was previously located there is now at the old memory location.
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9.3.11
Menu "Bluetooth" – "Disconnect device"
Fig. 40:
Menu item "Disconnect active Bluetooth device"
The menu is located in menu level "Bluetooth".
This menu is used to disconnect a Bluetooth device from the radio.
Cutting the connection:
Use the following steps to cut the connection:
1. Switch to menu "Bluetooth".
2. Switch to menu item "Disconnect".
3. Confirm the disconnection with the "PROG" button.
–
The Bluetooth device will be disconnected.
–
The Bluetooth device remains stored in the list of devices which have already been
connected.
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Operation
9.3.12
Menu "Bluetooth" – "Uncoupling all devices"
Fig. 41:
Menu item "Uncoupling all Bluetooth devices"
The menu is located in menu level "Bluetooth".
This menu is used to delete the connection data from the list of Bluetooth devices which have
already been connected. After deleting the connection data, Bluetooth devices which have
previously been connected with the radio must be re-coupled before connecting them, see
chapter “Coupling and connecting the device“ on page 21.
Use the following steps to uncouple the Bluetooth devices.
1. Switch to menu "Bluetooth".
2. Switch to menu item "Uncoupling devices".
3. Confirm the uncoupling of the stored Bluetooth devices with the "PROG" button.
–
The data of the connected Bluetooth devices will be deleted.
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9.3.13
Settings – Overview of setup menus
The setup is carried out automatically during initial commissioning or when resetting the settings
(see chapter 9.3.29 “RESET (resetting the device)“ on page 57).
In the functions of area "Settings" the device switches automatically to the next function after a
function has been confirmed. If certain functions are not relevant for you, you can change to the
next function by pressing the "plus or minus" button.
A detailed description of the individual steps is contained in the following sub-sections.
Carry out the setup in the following order:
No.
Menu item
1.
Language (only during initial
commissioning)
See page 42
2.
Date - Time
See page 44
3.
Audio mode
Mono / Stereo
See page 45
4.
Sound mode
Genre
See page 46
5.
Start volume
6.
AUX input
7.
Display mode
See page 49
8.
Display illumination
See page 50
9.
Display brightness
See page 51
10.
Display contrast
See page 51
11.
Bluetooth mode
See page 52
12.
Extension unit operation
See page 53
13.
Antenna
See page 54
14.
Start search mode
Table 4:
See page 47
Extension unit input
Search for station
See page 48
See page 36
Setup
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Operation
9.3.14
Menu "Settings" - "Language"
Fig. 42:
Menu item "Selecting languages"
This menu is used to set the language.
Use the following steps to select the language:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Language".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to select a language.
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
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Operation
Foreign language is set
If a foreign language has been set, use the following steps for a reset:
1. Switch the radio on.
–
Tip on the "ON / OFF" button.
4/5
2. Press the "PROG" button for at least
3 seconds.
–
The device switches to the main
menu.
–
The right numeral of the menu
number must be a "5".
3. Switch to menu number "4/5" with the
"PLUS" button.
Fig. 43:
Foreign language "Main menu"
1/13
4. Switch to the menu with the "PROG"
button.
–
The device switches to menu
"Settings".
–
The right numeral of the menu
number must be a "13".
5. Switch to menu number "1/13" with
the "PLUS" button.
Fig. 44:
“Foreign language "Settings menu"
6. Switch to the menu with the "PROG"
button.
–
The current language will be
displayed.
7. Switch to your language with the
"PLUS" button.
8. Confirm your language with the
"PROG" button.
Fig. 45:
“Foreign language "Language menu"
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The device changes the
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9.3.15
Menu "Settings" – "Date / Time"
Fig. 46:
Menu item "Setting Date / Time"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
Use the following steps to set the date and the time:
1. Switch to menu "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Date-Time".
Setting the year
3. Set the year with the "plus / minus" buttons.
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
–
The device automatically switches to the next setting.
Setting the month
5. Set the month with the "plus / minus" buttons.
6. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
–
The device automatically switches to the next setting.
Setting the day
7. Set the day with the "plus / minus" buttons.
8. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
–
The device automatically switches to the next setting.
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Setting the hours
9. Set the hours with the "plus / minus" buttons.
10. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
–
The device automatically switches to the next setting.
Setting the minutes
11. Set the minutes with the "plus / minus" buttons.
12. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
–
9.3.16
The device automatically switches back to menu item "Date-Time".
Menu "Settings" - "Audio mode"
Fig. 47:
Menu item "Audio mode"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu the desired output quality is set.
Use the following steps to set the audio mode:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Audio mode".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to select audio mode "Mono" or "Stereo".
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
NOTE
"Stereo" mode is practical only with two connected loudspeakers.
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9.3.17
Menu "Settings" - "Sound mode" (Genre)
Fig. 48:
Menu item "Sound mode"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu the desired music style / genre is set.
Select from the following setting options:
Music style
Description
Rock
This has been specially developed for music with electric and acoustic
instruments and singing.
Jazz
Supports Jazz-specific instrumental song elements.
Classic
This has been specially developed for folk music.
Electro
This has been specially developed for music produced electronically.
Language
This has been specially developed and is suitable for talk-show stations.
Table 5:
Genre
Use the following steps to set the sound mode:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Sound mode".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to select sound mode "Mono" or "Stereo".
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
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9.3.18
Menu "Settings" - "Start volume"
Fig. 49:
Menu item "Start volume"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu set the volume the device has after being switched on.
Select from the following setting options:
Start volume
Description
Active
The device starts with the last volume.
Inactive
The device starts with the preset volume.
Table 6:
Start volume
Use the following steps to set the start volume:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Start volume".
3. Switch to the first setting.
4. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to select the setting.
5. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
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9.3.19
Menu "Settings" – "AUX input"
Fig. 50:
Menu item "AUX input"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu you activate or deactivate the extension unit input (AUX).
Use the following steps to set the extension unit input:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "AUX input".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to select "Active" or "Inactive".
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
NOTE
"Active" mode is possible only with a connected Busch-iDock station.
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9.3.20
Menu "Settings" - "Display mode"
Fig. 51:
Menu item "Display mode"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu the desired display is set.
Select from the following setting options:
Menu function
Description
Is default
The display is white and the menu structure is black.
Inverse
The display is black and the menu structure is white.
Table 7:
Display mode
Use the following steps to set the display mode:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Display mode".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to select the setting.
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
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9.3.21
Menu "Settings" - "Display illumination"
Fig. 52:
Menu item "Illumination"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu the desired display illumination is set.
Select from the following setting options:
Menu function
Description
One
The display is permanently illuminated, when the radio is switched on.
Automatic
The display illumination switches itself off independently after 20
seconds.
Always on
The display is permanently illuminated.
Off
The display is not illuminated.
Table 8:
Display illumination
Use the following steps to set the display illumination:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Display illumination".
3. Select the desired illumination.
4. Confirm your selection with the "PROG" button.
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9.3.22
Menu "Settings" - "Display brightness"
Fig. 53:
Menu item "Display brightness"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu the desired display brightness is set.
Use the following steps to set the display brightness:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Display brightness".
3. Set the brightness with the "plus / minus" buttons.
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
9.3.23
Menu "Settings" - "Display contrast"
Fig. 54:
Menu item "Display contrast"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu the desired display contrast is set.
Use the following steps to set the display contrast:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Display contrast".
3. Set the contrast with the "plus / minus" buttons.
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
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9.3.24
Menu "Settings" - "Bluetooth® mode"
Fig. 55:
Menu item "Bluetooth® mode"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
Select from the following setting options:
Menu function
Description
Basic
The Bluetooth function is deactivated when the radio is switched off. The
radio uses less current.
Premium
The Bluetooth function remains activated when the radio is switched off.
The radio can continue to be operated via a multimedia device.
Table 9:
Bluetooth® mode
Use the following steps to set the Bluetooth® mode:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Bluetooth mode".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to select the setting.
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
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9.3.25
Menu "Settings" - "Extension unit operation"
Fig. 56:
Menu item "Extension unit operation"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu you set the additional activation / deactivation of the device via an extension unit.
E.g. together with a light switch when you enter or exit the room.
Select from the following setting options:
Menu function
Description
Switches
Manual selection with a connected switch.
Buttons
Manual selection with a connected button.
Automatic
Automatic selection of the connected device.
Table 10: Extension unit operation
Use the following steps to set the extension unit operation:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Extension unit".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to select the setting.
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
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9.3.26
Menu "Settings" - "Antenna"
Fig. 57:
Menu item "Antenna"
The menu is located in menu level "Settings".
In this menu the available antennas are set.
Select from the following setting options:
Menu function
Description
Internal
The internal antenna of the device is being used (factory setting).
Automatic
The device checks the quality of the reception of the available antennas
and automatically selects the best one. The selected antenna is then set
up as standard.
External
The externally connected antenna of the device is being used.
Table 11:Antenna
Use the following steps to set the antenna:
1. Switch to menu item "Settings".
2. Switch to menu item "Antenna".
3. Use the "plus / minus" buttons to select the setting.
4. Confirm the selection with the "PROG" button.
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9.3.27
Menu "Info"
Display
Info
Description
Firmware
Here you find the latest software
version of your device.
Bluetooth Pin
Here you find the latest Bluetooth
Pin of your device.
Device name
Here the name of the device is
displayed.
Mac address
The MAC address is a clear
designation of every networkcapable device. This address is
required if you wish to allow only
defined devices on your router.
Table 12: Device information
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9.3.28
Menu tree
Timer
Alarm clock
Short-time timer
Specifying alarm tones
Station
Manual setting
Automatic search mode
Deleting stations
Exchanging stations
Bluetooth
Disconnecting active device
Uncoupling all devices
Settings
Language
Date / Time
Audio mode
Sound mode
Start volume
AUX input
Display mode
Display illumination
Display brightness
Display contrast
Bluetooth mode
Extension unit operation
Antenna
Info
Firmware
Bluetooth PIN
Device name
Mac address
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9.3.29
RESET (resetting the device)
If you wish to delete all the settings you have made and to re-enter them, the device must first
be fully reset to its state at the point of delivery.
Use the following steps to reset the device:
1. Press all four buttons on the device
simultaneously for approximately 5
seconds.
–
The device switches to the
"Reset" function.
2. Confirm your selection with the
"PROG" button.
Fig. 58:
Resetting the device
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The device switches to the
"Setup" function.
–
All settings of your device have
now been reset.
3. Set the device anew, see chapter
9.3.13 “Settings – Overview of setup
menus“ on page 41.
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Maintenance
10
Maintenance
10.1
Cleaning
Caution! - Risk of damaging the device!
■
■
When spraying on cleaning agents, these can enter the device through
crevices.
– Do not spray cleaning agents directly onto the device.
Aggressive cleaning agents can damage the surface of the device.
– Never use caustic agents, abrasive agents or solvents.
Clean dirty devices with a soft dry cloth.
–
If this is insufficient, the cloth can be moistened slightly with a soap solution.
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Index
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Index
A
Adjusting the volume ........................................................... 20
Alarm clock .......................................................................... 30
Alarm clock snooze function ................................................ 31
Alarm tones ......................................................................... 34
Antenna ............................................................................... 54
Audio mode ......................................................................... 45
Automatic search mode ....................................................... 36
AUX ..................................................................................... 25
AUX input ...................................................................... 25, 48
B
Bluetooth® mode ................................................................. 52
Busch iDock......................................................................... 25
Button assignment ......................................................... 19, 27
C
Cleaning .............................................................................. 58
Commissioning .................................................................... 17
Connecting Bluetooth®.................................................. 21, 40
Connection, installation / mounting ...................................... 12
Countdown .......................................................................... 32
Coupling and connecting the device via .............................. 22
Coupling Bluetooth®...................................................... 21, 40
D
Date / Time .......................................................................... 44
Deleting stations .................................................................. 37
Device information ............................................................... 55
Disconnect Bluetooth device ......................................... 23, 39
dismantling .......................................................................... 13
Display ................................................................................. 27
Display brightness ......................................................... 50, 51
Display contrast ................................................................... 51
Display mode ....................................................................... 49
E
Egg timer ............................................................................. 32
Electrical connection ...................................................... 14, 16
Environment .......................................................................... 9
Exchanging stations ............................................................ 38
Extended operation ................................................. 18, 27, 28
Extension unit operation ...................................................... 53
F
Foreign language is set ....................................................... 43
Functions of extended operation ......................................... 28
G
Genre................................................................................... 46
I
Improper use ......................................................................... 6
Information about Bluetooth operation ................................ 23
Information and symbols used ............................................... 5
Information on protection of the environment ........................ 9
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Intended use ..........................................................................6
L
Language .............................................................................42
Loudspeaker ........................................................................16
M
Mains voltage .......................................................................16
Maintenance ........................................................................58
Menu "Info"...........................................................................55
Menu tree .......................................................................29, 56
Mounting ..............................................................................13
My player .............................................................................25
N
NFC ......................................................................................22
Normal operation ...........................................................18, 19
Notes on the instruction manual ............................................4
O
Operating Bluetooth® ..........................................................21
Operating modes .................................................................18
Operation .........................................................................7, 18
Overview ..............................................................................19
P
Possible combinations .........................................................10
Q
Qualification of personnel ......................................................7
R
Rectification of problems for your Bluetooth operation ........23
Requirements for the electrician ..........................................12
RESET .....................................................................17, 41, 57
Resetting the device ................................................17, 41, 57
Restore language .................................................................43
S
Safety .....................................................................................5
Safety instructions ..................................................................8
Selecting the station .............................................................20
Setting stations manually .....................................................35
Settings ....................................................................17, 41, 57
Setup and function ...............................................................10
Setup menus ............................................................17, 41, 57
Short-time timer ...................................................................32
Sleep function ......................................................................26
Snooze .................................................................................31
Sound mode .........................................................................46
Specifying alarm tones .........................................................34
Start volume .........................................................................47
T
Target group ..........................................................................7
Technical data ......................................................................11
trademarks .............................................................................4
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Index
turn-off time ......................................................................... 26
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U
Uncoupling Bluetooth devices ........................................23, 40
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