GSR1885DAB Digital Radio User Guide

GSR1885DAB Digital Radio User Guide
GSR1885DAB
Digital Radio
User Guide
IMPORTANT: Please read all instructions carefully before use and keep for future reference.
Introduction
Thank you for buying this Goodmans digital radio, which also
features an FM radio and auxiliary input connection.
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
Use of any electrical equipment should be undertaken with care. Please read the
safety section on pages 20 to 21 before using this Digital Radio. This appliance is
for household use only.
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What’s in the box?
Power Adaptor
Digital Radio - main unit
GSR1885DAB
Digital Radio
User Guide
IMPORTANT: Please read all instructions carefully before use and keep for future reference.
Quick Start Guide
USER Guide
Remote Control
The above images are for illustrative purposes only and may differ to the items
supplied.
Contents
01 Your Digital Radio ......................4
07 AUX and Headphones .............19
02 What is Digital Radio? ...............6
08 Troubleshooting .......................20
03 Getting Started..........................7
09 Specifications ..........................21
04 Using DAB Radio .....................11
10 Warnings .................................22
05 Using FM Radio .......................13
11 Guarantee ...............................24
06 Setting the Alarms ..................18
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Your Digital Radio
Front view
SPEAKER Left
SPEAKER Right
DISPLAY
ALARM Button
PRESET Button
INFO Button
MENU Button
MODE Button
> Button
VOL- Button
VOL+ Button
SELECT Button
< Button
Rear view
aerial
power
On/Off
DC POWER In
aux In
headphone Out
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ON/OFF Button
SCAN Button
BATTERY COMPARTMENT
Your Digital Radio
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Remote control
POWER
PRESET MODE SELECT
ON/OFF Button  Button Button Button
MENU Button
SELECT/SNOOZE Button
 Button
MUTE Button
 Button
CLOCK Button
STEREO/MONO Button
INFO Button
 Button
ALARM Button
SLEEP Button
BASS +/- Button
DIMMER Button
TREBLE +/- Button
VOLUME+/- Button
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What is Digital Radio
What is Digital Radio?
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) is the next generation of radio. 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 digital computer code before it is transmitted. The computer code
consists of electronic ‘ones and zeros’ called binary digits or bits. The binary code is
then multiplexed or grouped together to create a superior signal, when compared
with the older analogue system, with the following key benefits:
• Near CD quality sound.
Because DAB is binary coded, the receiving equipment is only expecting to receive a
series of ones and zeros, so any other interference is ignored, resulting in very high
quality audio.
• Interference free reception.
Analogue systems suffer from an effect called ‘multipath distortion’. This is caused
because radio waves do not behave in an orderly fashion, but bounce and reflect off
buildings and mountains etc. DAB sees this as an advantage and uses the direct and
reflected signals to actually reinforce the end result.
• No need to re-tune.
A single DAB frequency can be used to cover the whole of the UK, so solving many
of the problems experienced with the earlier analogue system.
• Scolling 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 that is broadcast.
• DAB coverage
Check your local coverage at www.ukdigitalradio.com, to check if you are in a DAB
broadcast area.
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Getting Started
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Fitting Batteries in the main unit
Alkaline batteries are recommended for best performance.
Referring to the diagram below, slide off the battery compartment lid
and fit six type AA batteries into the battery compartment, observing the
polarity shown in the compartment;.
SLIDE LID TO OPEN
BATTERY
COMPARTMENT
BATTERIES (X6)
LID
SLIDE LID TO CLOSE
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, general rubbish
or in a fire.
Weak batteries can leak and damage the radio. Replace them in good
time!
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Getting Started
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Connecting Power
Before connecting power to the Digital Radio, check that the mains
voltage on the rating plate of the AC Adaptor is the same as the voltage
in your area.
Plug the power connector on the AC Adaptor lead into the DC IN
connector on the rear panel of the Digital Radio, see below.
Plug the AC Adaptor into the wall socket and switch the mains power on.
The unit is now ready for use.
Power
Adaptor
Connect power socket here
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Mains
outlet socket
Power Control
To turn the radio on:
11.
Slide the POWER ON/OFF switch on the rear panel to the ON position.
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The radio will switch on.
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Set POWER ON/OFF switch to ON
9To set the radio to Standby:
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Press the STANDBY button on the Digital Radio front panel or on the
Remote control.
The radio will set to standby. The clock will continue to run in Standby
mode.
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Getting Started
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Remote Control Battery
Before first Use
To prepare the remote control for first use, pull out the safety strip to
activate the battery, see below.
Replacing the battery
When replacing the battery in the remote control, refer to the diagram
below right.
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Press the catch across.
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While holding the catch, open the battery door.
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Fit the battery observing polarity as shown. When replacing the
battery, use only the same CR2025 type specified
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Setting the Clock
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The clock on your radio will be automatically set when first used from the
time signal broadcast with digital radio stations.
If a digital station is not available, the clock may be set manually via the
Setting menu, see later.
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Getting Started
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Initial scan
When you turn your radio on for the first time the scanning display will be
shown while the scanning process takes place, see example below.
Scanning
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Number of
stations found
Progress bar
The radio scans for all usable stations (full scan) and stores them
alphanumerically:1 Radio, 2 Radio, AA Radio, AB Radio... and so on.
The initial scan will take a few minutes. After the scan completes, the
clock will be set and the radio will play the first station in the sequence.
To browse for another digital station
11. Press the ƒ or „Buttons repeatedly on the Digital Radio or on the
Remote control.
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The stations in the station list will be displayed in sequence.
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Press the SELECT button to select the displayed station.
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After a short delay, the radio will tune to the station.
Press the buttons until you find the station you want to listen to.
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Adjusting
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The Volume
To increase the volume:
Press the VOL+ Button to increase the volume.
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The volume level will increase.
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To
decrease the volume:
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11. Press VOL- to decrease the volume.
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22. The volume level will decrease.
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3The volume is adjusted the display will change to show the current
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4volume setting on a bargraph.
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Using DAB
Selecting Input Mode
Your Digital Radio has three input
modes:
• DAB
• FM
• AUX
1 Press the MODE button repeatedly
1.
12 to cycle through the modes.
23 Stop when displaying the mode you
2.
3 want to use.
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DAB
Scanning
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When
you first turned on your radio it
scanned
the DAB band for available
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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 Progress bar Number of
stations found
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:
stations.
The station services found
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were
then stored in your radio’s
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memory.
1 Tune to the station you want to
1.
112 store as a preset.
9 can re-scan the band at any time
You
334 ‘Preset Store’ will be displayed.
3.
if you move to a different area or just
to refresh the stored list of available
stations.
DON’T FORGET!
On some occasions, when moving
to a different area, re-scanning may
not fully update the station list. In
this case it may be necessary to
reset your radio as described under
Factory Settings.
2.
223 Press and hold the PRESET button.
445 Press the ƒ or „ Button
4.
556 repeatedly to find the preset
1 number where you want to store
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the selected station ( 1 to 10).
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78 If the preset position does not have
38 a station currently stored it will
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49 display ‘(Empty)’.
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5 Press the SELECT button to confirm
5.
6 you want the station in the preset
number indicated on the display.
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To recall a preset
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To scan for DAB stations manually:
1 Select the DAB mode.
1.
2 Press the SCAN button.
2.
3 scanning process will take a few
The
minutes.
The number of services found
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1.
11 Press the PRESET button briefly.
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22 Press the ƒ or „ Button
2.
1 repeatedly to find the preset
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2 number you want to play.
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3 Press the SELECT button briefly to
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4 play the station stored in the preset
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Using DAB
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4 The radio will re-tune and the stored
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5 station will be displayed.
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DAB
Display Modes
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Display
Mode Options
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The bottom line of the display can
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information that may be transmitted by
a DAB station.
Each press of the INFO Button steps
through the available options.
•DLS (Dynamic Label Segment)
•Signal Strength:
•Programme Type:
•Multiplex Name:
•Signal Error Rate
•Bit Rate:
•Time And Date
DON’T FORGET!
Some stations may not broadcast all
of these options.
To choose the information to display:
1 While playing a digital radio station,
1.
2 press the INFO button repeatedly
to display the required information.
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The full range of display options are
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described below.
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DLS (Dynamic Label Segment):
6 is a scrolling message giving real
This
time
7 information - song titles, news
headlines,
and so on.
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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 transmitted 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 the multiplex
number and frequency that contains the
station you are listening to.
Signal 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 amount of
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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Using DAB
DAB Settings Menu
Your Digital Radio has additional
features and options available through
the Settings Menu.
A complete map of the menu is shown
below.
To enter the DAB Settings Menu
.1 Set to DAB mode.
.2 Press the Menu Button.
3.
Press the  or  Button to scroll
through the available options until
the required option is displayed.
Station list
Auto Scan
Manual Tune
DRC
Staion Order
Tone Set
Sleep Set
Display Set
Time Set
Factory Reset
Sw version
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
Press SELECT
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Press the SELECT button to confirm
your choice and enter the submenu.
Press the  or  Button to move
to the required option in the submenu.
Press the SELECT button to confirm
your choice
Press the Menu button to move
backwards through the menu,
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List of all DAB radio stations
Scan DAB bands
Manually tune to a station multiplex
Set DRC level
Change the order of the staions list in DAB mode
Set Bass / Treble volume
Set Sleep time
Adjust the brightness of the display
Set clock auto update or set the clock manually
Return all settings to factory original
Display the software version
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Using DAB
Choose the ‘Menu’ menu option to
open the sub-menu of system options
shown on the menu map.
Details of the DAB Settings Menu
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 details 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.
More details of alarm setting in the
‘Using Alarms’ section.
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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 digital radio broadcasts.
Within the Time menu options you
can change the clock display format
between 12 and 24 hour, 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.
1 Press ƒ or „ to adjust the
1.
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2 brightness level.
2 Press SELECT to enter the Standby
2.
783Backlight sub-option.
3 Press ƒ or „ to adjust the
3.
2 brightness level during Standby
Mode.
Factory Reset: Select the ‘Yes’ suboption to reset all the settings of your
radio to the original factory settings.
The station list will also be cleared and
any stored preset memories will be
erased.
After a factory reset the radio will rescan the band and renew the station
list.
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Using FM
SW Version: This option will display
the version number of the control
software currently installed in your
radio.
Listening To FM Radio
Your radio can also receive FM band
radio stations
To change to FM band:
1.1 Press the MODE button to switch to
2 FM mode.
3 auto-tune to FM stations:
To
114. Press the SCAN Button or
2.25 Press and Hold the  or  button
36 to search up or down for the next
station in the band.
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The
radio will search and the tuning
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frequency will be displayed whilst
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searching.
When a usable station is
detected
the radio will stop tuning and
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play
8 the station.
If9RDS data is present, the station
name and scrolling radio text will be
displayed.
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 a
weak aerial signal results in a high level
of background noise.
111. Press the MENU button
2.122 Press or button until ‘Audio Setting’
123 displayed.
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32344. Press the SELECT button to go into
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345 Audio Setting.
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44526. Press the  or  Button to switch
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734 Mono reception.
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54885. Press the SELECT button to confirm
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956 the selection
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6967. Press the MENU button again to
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FM
9 bottom line of the display can be
The
If RDS data is not present, the tuned
frequency will be displayed.
To manually tune to FM stations:
Each press of the  or  Button
causes the radio to retune to -50 kHz
or +50 kHz about the current tuned
frequency respectively.
11. Press the  or  Button to tune
12 the band in 50 kHz steps.
2.23 Repeat until the required tuning is
3 achieved.
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RDS RADIOTEXT
PROGRAMME TYPE
FREQUENCY
STEREO/MONO
TIME
DATE
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Using FM
switched to show different items of
information that may be transmitted
with an FM station.
A map of the menu is shown below,
left. The menu is navigated in the same
way as the DAB Settings Menu.
The range of display options is shown
below.
1 Press the INFO button repeatedly
1.
2 to change the information displayed
1 while playing an FM radio station.
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’.
2 The full range of display options are
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3 shown below. Some stations may
5 not broadcast all of these options.
Setting to ‘Strong stations only’ will
exclude weaker stations resulting in a
quicker scan.
To change the display mode:
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FM
5 Settings Menu
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There
are also some menu settings
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8 are specific to FM radio operation.
that
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These
settings may be changed through
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8 Settings Menu.
the
1.
1 Set to FM mode.
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.
2 Press the MENU button.
2.
System Settings:
9 enter the FM Settings Menu:
To
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SCAN SETTING
AUDIO SETTING
TONE SETTING
SLEEP SETTING
DISPLAY SETTING
TIME SETTING
FACTORY RESET
SW VERSION
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If you set to ‘All stations’ the scan will
stop at every station detected, even if
the signal is weak.
Allows you to set the following:
•Tone Settings
•Sleep Settings
•Display Settings
•Time Settings,
•Perform a Factory Reset
•View the Software Version.
Tone Settings: Sets the Bass volume &
Treble volume.
Sleep Settings: Select this option to
set a sleep time in the range 15-90 min.
When a sleep time is set, the radio will
set to Standby after the sleep delay
time has elapsed.
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Using FM
Choose ‘Sleep Off’ to cancel the sleep
mode.
Display Settings: Select “Display set”
then the “Active Backlight” sub-option
to change the backlight brightness
1.
1 Press the ƒ or „ Buttons to
12 adjust the brightness level.
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Press SELECT to enter the Standby
Backlight sub-option.
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3.
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6 Mode.
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Time
Setting: Select the time option
to678 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 rescan 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
To make a change to a setting:
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 / FM or DAB.
1 Press the ƒ or „ Button to scroll
1.
2 through the options available for
a setting (or times when clock
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1 setting).
The alarms are set from within the
‘Alarm’ option of the Settings Menu.
2 When you have finished changing a
2.
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3 setting, press the SELECT button to
1 confirm the setting and move to the
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2 next setting in the sequence.
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DON’T FORGET!
You must complete all the settings
before leaving the menu or your
changes will not be saved.
Set the alarm as follows:
DON’T FORGET!
Alarm settings cannot be changed
when set to Standby.
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Switch on the radio.
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Press the ALARM button on front
panel.
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‘Alarm Status Set’ will appear on .
the display.
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Press the SELECT button (NOT
‘SELECT Control’) to begin setting
Alarm 1, or
Press the button before selecting to
choose Alarm 2 setup.
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Alarm 1 Wizard is now displayed.
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The alarm is now to be set in the
sequence shown right.
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3 Repeat the previous two steps to
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4 change each setting as required.
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When changing the Alarm radio preset
setting, wake to the last station you
played before setting the radio to
Standby.
Saving the alarm settings
Your alarm settings are automatically
saved when you complete the last
setting and press the ‘SELECT control’.
Alarm 1 On/Off
Choose to set Alarm 1 On or off
Alarm 1 Time
Set the alarm hours, then minutes
Alarm 1 Duration
Set the duration of the alarm
Alarm 1 wake-up mode(Source)
Choose from DAB,FM,Buzzer
Alarm 1 Volume
DON’T FORGET!
Press the MENU Button at any time
to exit alarm setting, leaving the
settings unchanged.
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Set the volume for Alarm 1
Alarm Saved
The alarm settings have been saved
Setting the Alarms
After 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 .
Setting the Alarm to Wake You
To set the alarm to wake you:
1.1 Check that the Alarm symbol is
2 displayed. If not, set the Alarm(s)
On as described in the ‘Setting the
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Alarms’ section on the previous
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2.52 Set the radio to Standby (or set the
63 SLEEP function).
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3.3 The radio will switch off and the
4 time and the Alarm Symbol will be
displayed
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When
the alarm sounds
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To
switch
off the alarm:
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181. Press the POWER ON/OFF Button
or the ALARM Button.
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332. Press SELECT to into “Snooze” mode.
The Alarm will stop sounding and “Zz”
indicator will display, After 10 minutes,
the Alarm will sound again.
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Auxiliary input
Headphone output
There is an jack socket on the rear
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panel
(labelled AUX IN) to listen to
an
9 external audio player for example
through the radio. The output cable
from the external audio player must
be terminated in a 3.5 mm stereo jack
plug.
There is a 3.5 mm jack socket on the
back panel of the radio labelled with a
headphone symbol.
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1.1 Connect the external audio player
2 cable to the (not supplied) to the
1 AUX IN socket on the rear panel.
This output is suitable for a set of
headphones to be connected for private
listening.
When the headphone jack is inserted,
the speakers in the main unit are
disconnected.
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22. Press the MODE button to switch
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3 the input to AUX. (DAB/FM/AUX).
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Headphone output socket
AUX IN socket
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
What to do
No sound
1.Volume may not be
adjusted.
2.Headphones are
connected.
3.Power is not correctly
connected.
1.Increase the Volume level.
2.Disconnect your
headphones if they
are connected to the
headphone output.
3.Check and connect the
power properly.
The radio does not
operate when you
press any buttons
1.Electrostatic discharge. 1.Turn off the unit,
disconnect the main
power, and reconnect
after a 60 seconds
Radio poor reception
1.Weak radio signal.
2.Interference caused
by ther electrical
equipment.
Need extra help?
Don’t worry we are just at the
other end of the phone. If you are
experiencing problems using your
new product, just call 0871 230 1777
.
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3.Extend and aim the aerial
for the best reception
possible.
4.Keep the radio away from
other electrical equipment
where possible.
Specifications
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Power Supply, main unit
•DC 9V, 600mA via supplied 230VAC/DC
Adaptor, 9V, 6 x 1.5V batteries type AA/
UM03
Remote control
•3V lithium battery type CR2025
Power Consumption
• 7W
Tuner Frequency Coverage
•DAB:
174 - 240MHz (BAND III)
•FM:
87.5 -108MHz
Sensitivity
•-95 dBm typical
Headphone output
•3.5 mm jack socket
AUX IN (audio)
•3.5 mm jack socket
IMPORTANT: Due to continual revision and improvements to our products design, specifications are
subject to change without notice.
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Warnings
WEEE
General Safety
This Digital Radio is labelled
in accordance with European
Directive 2002/96/EG
concerning used electrical and
electronic appliances (Waste
Electrical and Electronic
Equipment - WEEE).
The guideline determines the
framework for the return and
recycling of used appliances.
Sound levels
Your hearing is very important to you
and to us, so please take care when
using this Digital Radio. It is strongly
recommended that you follow the listed
guidelines in order to prevent possible
damage or loss of hearing.
Establish a safe sound level
Over time your hearing will adapt to
continuous loud sounds and will give
the impression that the volume has in
fact been reduced. What seems normal
to you may in fact be harmful. To guard
against this before your hearing
adapts, set the volume to a low level.
Slowly increase the level until you
can hear comfortably and clearly
and without distortion. Damage to
your hearing is accumulative and is
irreversible. Any ringing or discomfort
in the ears indicates that the volume is
too loud.
Once you have established a
comfortable listening level, do not
increase the sound level.
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This Digital Radio has been designed
and manufactured to meet European
safety standards, but like any electrical
equipment, care must be taken if you
are to obtain the best results and safety
is to be assured.
Do read these operating instructions
before you attempt to use the Speaker
System.
Do ensure that all electrical connections
(including the mains adaptor, extension
leads and interconnections between
pieces of equipment) are properly made
in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Switch off and remove the mains
adaptor when making or changing any
connections.
Do consult your dealer if you are ever in
doubt about the installation, operation
or safety of your Digital Radio.
Don’t continue to operate the Digital
Radio if you are ever in doubt about it
working normally, or if it is damaged
in any way. Switch it off withdraw the
mains adaptor from the mains and
consult your dealer.
Don’t remove any fixed covers as this
may expose you to dangerous voltages.
Don’t leave the Digital Radio switched
On when it is unattended for long
periods of time, unless it is specifically
stated that it is designed for unattended
operation or has a standby mode.
Ensure other people in your household
are conversant with the Digital Radio.
Don’t obstruct the ventilation vents
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Warnings
on the Digital Radio, for example with
curtains or soft furnishings.
Overheating will cause damage and
shorten the life of the product.
Don’t allow electrical equipment to be
exposed to rain or moisture.
Store the Digital Radio in a clean, dry
environment.
Do not use any cleaning solutions on
the Digital Radio.
Electrical Safety
Read these electrical safety instructions
carefully before connecting the power
adaptor to the mains supply.
This Digital Radio is supplied with a
mains adaptor which has been designed
for indoor use only.
The mains adaptor is a sealed unit.
There are no user serviceable parts
inside and it does not require any
electrical adjustments.
Do not attempt to open the mains
adaptor.
If the mains adaptor becomes damaged,
or fails to operate your Digital Radio,
it must be replaced and disposed of in
a safe and environmentally protective
way.
The mains adaptor is designed to
operate on 100 - 240VAC 50 - 60Hz
supply. Connecting it to any other power
sources may damage the mains adaptor
and the Digital Radio.
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Guarantee
This Digital Radio is guaranteed for twelve months from the date of original purchase.
If any defect due to faulty materials or workmanship, contact the Goodmans Helpline.
Have your receipt of purchase on hand.
The guarantee is subject to the following provisions:
•It is only valid within the boundaries of the country of purchase.
•The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with the
instructions contained in this User Guide.
•This Digital Radio must be used solely for domestic purposes.
•The guarantee will be rendered invalid if the Digital Radio is re-sold or has been
damaged by inexpert repair.
•The manufacturer disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damages.
•The guarantee is in addition to, and does not diminish, your statutory or legal
rights.
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