Palsonic iP30iP1US Owner's manual

Palsonic iP30iP1US Owner's manual
User’s Manual
iP30iP1US
Docking System with FM PLL Radio and Radio Alarm Clock
PLL
DIGITAL
USB
TUNER
MEMORY
PLAYBACK
BLUE
LCD
CLOCK
DISPLAY
QUARTZ
DIGITAL
SD
MEMORY
PLAYBACK
IR
REMOTE
CONTROL
3WAY
SPEAKER
SYSTEM
Important safety instructions
These warnings are in the interests of your safety, ensure that you understand them all before installing or
using this appliance. Please read this user manual carefully and retain for future reference. Your safety is
of paramount importance. If you are unsure about any of the meanings or these warnings contact Palsonic
Customer Service 1300 657 888.
•Before plugging your appliance in check that the
electric supply complies with the rating (voltage,
frequency) of the electric appliance. The rating plate
is usually on the back of the appliance.
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•The appliance should always be plugged into an
individual power socket to prevent overloading,
which could cause a possible fire hazard from
overheated wires.
•The appliance should be serviced or repaired only
by Palsonic’s Customer Service department or by an
authorised service centre as appointed by Palsonic.
Only genuine spare parts should be used. Under
no circumstances should you attempt to repair the
appliance yourself. Contact Palsonic Customer
Service 1300 657 888.
•Do not use the appliance if the power cord is
damaged. It must be replaced immediately with
a new power cord. Contact Palsonic Customer
Service 1300 657 888. The appliance must be
properly earthed. Palsonic is not responsible for any
accident caused by improper earthing or operation.
•The appliance must be positioned so that the power
plug is accessible.
•Never pull the power cord to disconnect it from the
power socket, grasp the plug and pull it from the
power socket.
• Never drag the appliance by the power cord.
• Keep the power cord away from heated surfaces.
•It is NOT recommended to use the appliance with an
extension cord or power board. Please ensure that it
is plugged directly into the power socket.
•This is an electrical appliance, to avoid injury or
death from electrical shock do not operate the
appliance with wet hands, while standing on a
wet surface or while standing in water. Do not use
outdoors or in wet conditions.
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•The rating label for this product located on the
bottom of the unit.
•When electrostatic discharge (ESD) occurs at the
front surface (whether metal or plastic) or near any
part or any button of this unit, or at the USB port
and / or SD-card slots (if they exist on this product),
there may be a possibility that the product may stop
operation and / or shut down immediately. This is
a normal condition and intended to protect the unit
and internal components against damage. In such
a case, please reset the unit (by disconnecting and
reconnecting AC-power source) to revert the unit to
normal operation.
•Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
•‘Made for iPod’ and ‘Made for iPhone’ mean that an
electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod, iPhone, respectively, and has
been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards. Apple is not responsible for
the operation of this device or its compliance with
safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the
use of this accessory with iPod, iPhone may affect
wireless performance.
Contents
Description of the appliance
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Using the appliance
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Digital Clock Function
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How to Set the Clock
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Alarm Function
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How to Set the Alarm
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Alarm Mode Setting
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Snooze Function
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Volume Control
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Sound Effect
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Tone Control
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Operating the Radio
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Radio Memory
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MP3
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Media Memory Device Playback
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Programming Media Memory Devices
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Text Display (ID3)
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Repeat Playback Function
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Operating the iPod, iPhone or iPad
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Repeat Playback Function of the iPod, iPhone or iPad
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Video Out with the iPod, iPhone or iPad
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Using the Audio Line In Connection (AUX nput)
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Mute Function
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iPod, iPhone or iPad Rear Support Stand
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Docking Platform Cover
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iPod, iPhone or iPad Dock Accessory
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Specifications
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Description
Due to ongoing modifications to our products, your appliance may vary slightly from this user manual.
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1 Standby / Off
11 Volume down –
2 USB Drive Socket
12 Volume up +
3 SD Memory Card Socket
13 iPod / iPhone / iPad Dock Accessory
4 Play / Pause / Scan
14 iPod / iPhone / iPad Dock Connector
5 Back / Tune Down
15 Docking Platform Cover
6 Next / Tune Up
16 Cavity
for iPod / iPhone / iPad Support
8 Tone
9 Sound Effect
10 Function
20 iPod
/ iPhone / iPad Dock
Accessory Input Socket
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21 Component Video Sockets
22 Composite Video Socket
23 iPod
/ iPhone Dock Accessory Connector
(to Main Unit)
Stand
7 Clock Set
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iPod / iPhone / iPad Rear Support Stand
24 DC Jack (DC 15v)
25 Aux (Left / Right) Sockets
26 FM Antenna Wire
18 Remote Control Sensor
27 Battery Compartment
19 LCD Display
(underneath the unit)
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Description
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Remote Control
1 On / Standby
9 Mem – / Folder –
17 Menu
25 Repeat
2 Display
10 Mem + / Folder +
18 Up
26 Tune
– / Composite
3 Function
11 Sleep
/ Snooze
19 Play
/ Pause
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+ / Component
4 Tone
12 Mute
20 Back
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5 Sound Effect
13 Stop
/ Clock Set
21 Enter
6 Id3 / FM Mode
14 Alarm
22 Next
Remove (gently pull out) the plastic ‘tab’
from the battery compartment at the rear
of the remote control.
7 Prog.
/ Mem.
15 Volume
–
23 Shuffle
8 Number Keypad
16 Volume
+
24 Down
Test the remote control by pressing the
‘On / Standby’ key.
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Power supply
This unit is equipped with a ‘DC Jack’ capable of accepting AC adaptors with a rating of
DC=15v. 3a. Please only use the supplied AC adaptor to operate the unit. Use of other
adaptors may damage the unit.
Make sure the voltage of the AC adaptor operates at the same voltage as your local
household voltage.
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Insert the plug of the power cord into a power socket the tail end of the AC adaptor into the DC Jack socket
rear of the main unit.
Press the ‘On / Standby’ button
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on the main unit or
1 on
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on the
the remote control, to switch the unit on.
This unit is designed to operate without ever being totally powered ‘Off’. It will either be ‘On’ or in ‘Standby’ mode. To
save energy unplug the power cord from the power socket.
Batteries
Open the battery door
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underneath the unit.
Insert 2 x AAA-cell (UM-4/lr03 type) batteries. These 2 batteries are for backup for the ‘Real Time Clock’ and ‘Radio
Memory’ preset stations during brief power outages.
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Using the unit
Digital Clock Function
The unit has a built-in digital clock, which is displayed when the unit is in ‘Standby’ mode. The display will continuously
show the current time.
When the digital clock is not set the digital clock display will continuously flash to indicate that the correct time has not
yet been set.
When the unit is set in the ‘On’ mode, the LCD screen will display ‘On’ and the time will not be displayed. However,
if you wish to see the time then press the ‘Display’ button 2 on the remote control and the time will be displayed for
5 seconds.
How to Set the Clock
Press
Function / Result
Switch unit to ‘Standby’ mode.
The ‘Standby’ 1 button
on the remote control or
the ‘Standby’ 1 button on
the unit.
The ‘Clock Set’ 13 button
on the remote control or
the ‘Clock Set’ 7 button
on the unit.
Hold for 3 seconds. do you have to Hold for 3 seconds
The display flashes 12 hour or 24 hour.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
To select 12 hour or 24 hour clock display, then press ‘Clock Set’ 13 button on the
remote control or the ‘Clock Set’ 7 button on the unit to confirm your selection.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
Press repeatedly to set the correct hour in the display , then press ‘Clock Set’ 13
button on the remote control or the ‘Clock Set’ 7 button on the unit to confirm
your selection.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
Repeatedly to set the correct minute in the display, then press ‘Clock Set’ 13 button on
the remote control or the ‘Clock Set’ 7 button on the unit to confirm your selection.
Automatic Power Off Sleep Function
This unit has a special sleep timer function which can automatically switch off the unit after a selected period of time.
while the unit is on, follow instructions below.
Press
The ‘Sleep’ button
remote control
Function / Result
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on
Pressing this button repeatedly will scroll though different time selections:
90 MINS, 80 MINS, 70 MINS, 60 MINS, 50 MINS, 40 MINS, 30 MINS, 20 MINS,
10 MINS, 00 (this means the sleep timer is deactivated).
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Alarm Function
This unit has a alarm function to enable you to program the unit to automatically switch on at preset times, it will
automatically turn off after an hour. It is equipped with 4 alarm modes: iPod, iPhone, iPad, Radio, USB or SD. there are
6 modes not 4? Before setting the alarm, make sure to set the clock.
How to Set the Alarm
Press
Function / Result
On Standby mode press
The ‘ALARM’ symbol appears in the display and the ‘Hour’ will flash.
and hold the ‘Alarm’ button
14 on the remote control.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
To adjust the hour of the desired ‘ON’ time, then press the ‘ALARM’
remote control to confirm. The ‘Minute’ will now flash.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
To adjust the minutes of the desired ‘On’ time, then press the ‘ALARM’
the remote control to confirm. The ‘WAKE UP Source’ will now flash.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
To select the wake up source – iPod, iPhone, iPad, Radio, USB or SD, then press the
‘ALARM’ 14 button on the remote control to confirm.
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button on the
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button on
Doe it say ‘WAKE UP Source’ or ‘ALARM MODE’ - it is inconsistant?
Alarm Mode Setting
The radio will come on at your selected wake up time, however, if the ‘ALARM MODE’ has been set to wake up to an
iPod, iPhone, iPad, USB or SD you will need to connect the device properly as described on page 12 – 13.
Radio
Tune in the desired radio station you would like to wake up to.
iPod / iPhone / iPad
Connect the iPod, iPhone or iPad as described on page 12 – 13. Select a song or playlist you would like to wake up to
and select ‘PAUSE’.
Wake up volume
The wake up voloume level will automatically rise from 0 – 16 (maximum). If you would like the volume level to be
higher then you will have to manually set it. See page 6.
Snooze Function
Whenever the alarm comes on it can be temporarily suspended for a short period of time (approximately10 minutes),
by pressing the ‘SNOOZE’ 11 button on the remote control.The unit will then automatically come on again after
approximately 10 minutes. This procedure can be repeated for approximately an hour.
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Volume Control
Press
Function / Result
The ‘Volume Up’ button
16 on remote control or
12 on the unit.
To increase the volume of unit, release the button when you reach the desired volume
level.
The ‘Volume Down’ button
15 on remote control or
11 on the unit.
To decrease the volume of unit, release the button when you reach the desired volume
level.
Please Note: Sometimes, especially while listening to the radio, you may notice a repeated clicking noise while you are
adjusting the volume level, this is normal and the sound will disappear when you release the Volume Up / Down Buttons.
Sound Effect
Press
Function / Result
The ‘Sound Effect’ button
5 on remote control or
9 on the unit.
Press repeatedly to choose the desired sound effect, ccording to the music you are
listening to: HALL 1, HALL 2 or OFF.
Tone Control
Press
Function / Result
Press repeatedly to select between ‘Treble’ and ‘Bass’ controls
The ‘Tone’ button 4 on
the remote control or 8 on
the unit.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
To uncrease or decrease the ‘Treble’ and ‘Bass’, the range is between –6 and +6.
What do you press to confirm?
Operating the Radio
Press
Function / Result
The ‘On / Standby’ button
9 on remote control or
13 on the unit
To switch on the unit.
The ‘Function’ button
3 on remote control or
10 on the unit
Press this repeatedly until the display shows ‘Radio’. or does it say ‘Tuner’?
Adjust the antenna
26 on the unit
To improve FM radio reception.
The ‘FM Mode’ button
6 on remote control or
?? on the unit
To select the desired mode i.e. ‘Mono’ or ‘Stereo’. In some cases, where reception is
poor, it may be advisable to select the ‘Mono’ mode, to improve the clarity of the
radio signal.
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Operating the Radio continued
Press
Function / Result
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
Release immediately.
To ‘Scan’ (manually adjust) the radio’s frequency ‘Up’ or ‘Down’ by 1-step at a time.
The radio’s LCD will indicate the exact frequency position. When a desired frequency
or station is reached. It can be saved into one of the ‘Memory’ positions (see ‘Radio
Memory’ below).
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
HOLD FOR 2 SECONDS.
To ‘Seek’ (automatically adjust) the radio’s frequency ‘Up’ or ‘Down’ to the next
available radio station. The radio’s LCD will indicate the exact frequency of the station it
has found. When a desired frequency or station is reached. It can be saved into one of
the ‘Memory’ positions (see ‘Radio Memory’ below).
Radio Memory
At any time, the currently displayed radio station or frequency can be stored into one of the memory positions. There
are 30 memory positions for FM band. Switch your radio on and tune it to the desired radio station then follow the
instructions below.
Press
Function / Result
The
‘PROG/MEM/P-MODE’
button 7 on the remote
control or ?? on the unit.
This activates the ‘Radio Memory’ programming mode. Press MEM + 10 or MEM – 9
button on the remote control or MEM + ?? or MEM - ?? on the unit to select desired
Memory Position.
The
‘PROG/MEM/P-MODE’
button 17 on the unit.
To save the radio station to the selected ‘Memory Position’.
To recall any saved radio station, simply press MEM +
unit to scroll through saved radio stations.
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or MEM –
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button on the
To clear the memory of any radio stations simply save a new radio station to the same
Memory Position.
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Using the unit
MP3
MP3 (MPEG 2, layer 3) is a digital file format for music. You can download MP3 songs from many websites on the
internet, but please observe the copyright regulations of your country. MP3 songs are much smaller in memory size
compared with normal audio formats. This is called ‘compression’ and it allows more files to be stored on a standard
memory media device. Compression rate is specified in ‘kbps’ (kilobits per second) e.g.128 kbps. If the MP3 file size is
high then the better the sound quality will be.
MP3 songs can be recorded with some text information as part of the same file. It consists of the song name and
artist’s name, the MP3 player can ‘find’ a song from this information, therefore you should try to name all your MP3 files
with the actual name of the song.
There are basically 2 ways to place MP3 song files on your memory media device:
• Download MP3 songs from internet & copy them on to your memory media device from your computer.
•Convert CD audio files from a normal music CD onto your computer into a MP3 format. You can do this by
downloading and using a software called ‘CD Ripper, which is freeware/shareware.
Media Memory Device Playback
Although this product is fully compatible with most media devices, a small percentage (about 5%) might not be
readable due to the media manufacturers non-compliance with the official/ normal standards. The reading time for a
media device varies depending on the speed of the memory device and the number of songs and folders. In some
cases the reading time may be as long as 60 seconds.
Press
Function / Result
The ‘On / Standby’ button
1 on remote control or
1 on the unit
To switch on the unit. Plug your Media Memory Device into either the
or 3 socket for SD Memory Cards (maximum capacity 4GB).
The ‘Function’ button
3 on remote control or
10 on the unit.
Press this repeatedly until the display shows the name of the device. The display
will then show the total number of songs and / or folders on the device and will
automatically start playback of the first song.
The ‘Play / Pause’ button
19 on the remote control
or 4 on the unit.
To pause playback, press the ‘Play / Pause’ button again to resume operation at the
same track.
The ‘Stop’ button 13 on
the remote control or ??
on the unit.
This will reset the unit to the first track, if you press play the first track will start playing.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
If you press and release the buttons it will skip forward or backwards by one track.
The ‘Mem – / Folder –’
button 9 or the The ‘Mem
+ / Folder +’ button 10 on
remote control.
Press repeatedly to select the desired folder.
The ‘Stop’ button 8 on
the remote control or 16
on the unit.
To stop the MP3 playing.
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socket for USB
If you press and hold the buttons it will fast forward or fast reverse.
Always switch off the unit or change mode to ‘Radio’ before removing your media
device to avoid damage.
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Programming for Media Memory Devices
The CD player can be programmed to play any sequence of up to 20 tracks for audio CD and 99 tracks for MP3.
Press
Function / Result
The ‘On / Standby’ button
1 on remote control or
1 on the unit
To switch on the unit. Insert either a USB drive into the USB Socket
into the SD Card Socket 3 .
The ‘Function’ button
3 on remote control or
10 on the unit.
Press this repeatedly until the display shows the name of the device. The display
will then show the total number of songs and / or folders on the device and will
automatically start playback of the first song. Press the ‘Stop’ button 13 on the remote
control or ?? on the unit.
The
‘PROG/MEM/P-MODE’
button 7 on the remote
control o ?? on the unit.
The display will show ‘P-01’ and the ‘P’ symbol will flash, to indicate that the unit is
now in ‘Memory Programming Mode’, at the first Memory Position.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
To select the track (song) number you wish to be stored in the first memory (program)
position, and then press the ‘PROG/MEM/P-MODE’ button 7 on the remote control
o ?? on the unit to confirm your selection. The display will advance to the next memory
position, P-02.
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or an SD card
Repeat the previous 2 steps each time selecting any track number of your choice to be
stored in the successive Memory Positions.
After each track number, remember to press the ‘PROG/MEM/P-MODE’ button
The ‘Play / Pause’ button
5 on the remote control
or 15 on the unit.
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To play back the saved sequence in the Memory Program.
To clear the entire Memory Program simply press the ‘Stop’ button
control and ?? on the unit twice, or switch off the unit.
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on the remote
Text Display ID3
This unit is capable of displaying the text information (ID3 tag) of an MP3 song on the LCD display. To switch this
function on or off, simply press and hold the ‘ID3’ button 6 on remote control or ?? on the unit for 2 seconds.
Please take care to use only the regular English alphabet (a to z) and numerals (0 to 9) in the file names of MP3 songs.
Characters such as ‘_ ‘ (underscore) and ‘ ‘ (space) may result in the files being unreadable or unrecognisable by
the unit.
Repeat Playback Function
At anytime during playback press the ‘Repeat’ button
to select:
Repeat
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on remote control or
to repeat the current track
Repeat album to repeat the current folder
Repeat all to repeat all songs
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??
on the unit repeatedly
Using the unit
Operating the iPod, iPhone or iPad
You can operate the iPod, iPhone or iPad using either the unit, remote control or directly with the iPod, iPhone or iPad.
When the iPod, iPhone or iPad is connected to the unit, it will start charging the battery of the iPod, iPhone or iPad.
Connect the iPod, iPhone or iPad with the dock connector, see page 12 –13, turn everything on and follow the
instructions below.
Press
Function / Result
The ‘Function’ button
3 on remote control or
10 on the unit
Press this repeatedly until the display shows ‘iPod’.
The ‘Play / Pause’ button
19 on the remote control
or 4 on the unit.
To pause the operation of the unit.
The ‘Back’ 20 or the ‘Next’
22 button on the remote
control. Or the ‘Back’ 5
or the ‘Next’ 6 button on
the unit.
If you press and release the buttons it will skip forward or backwards by one track.
The ‘Tune Up’ button
6 on the remote control
or 11 on the unit.
If you press and release the buttons it will skip forward or backwards by one track.
The unit will automatically playback the songs from your iPod, iPhone or iPad. The
screen or the iPod, iPhone or iPad will display information of the current song.
To resume operation press the ‘Play / Pause’ button 19 on the remote control or 4 on
the unit again and the unit will resume operation at the same song as it was paused on.
If you press and hold the buttons it will fast forward or fast reverse.
If you press and hold the buttons it will fast forward or fast reverse.
The ‘Tune Down’ button
4 on the remote control
or 9 on the unit.
The ‘Play / Pause’ button
19 on the remote control
or 4 on the unit.
To stop playback Would you not just press the Stop button?
Note: Never remove (or unplug) the iPod, iPhone or iPad from the unit during playback,
always stop playback first or change the funtion to ‘Radio’.
HOLD BUTTON
‘Made for iPod’, ‘Made for iPhone’ and ‘Made for iPad’ mean that an electronic accessory has been designed
to connect specifically to iPod, iPhone, iPad, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety
and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod, iPhone, iPad may affect wireless
performance.
NOTE: Due to restriction by Apple for any iPad accessories (such as this product), please note that the following iPods
will not charge when docked in this product: iPod Classic, iPod 4G or iPod 5G.
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Repeat Playback Function on the iPod, iPhone or iPad
Press
Function / Result
The ‘Repeat’ button
25 on remote control or
?? on the unit or
Press repeatedly to select:
iPod, iPhone or iPad
screen.
The ‘Shuffle’ button
23 on remote control or
?? on the unit or
Repeat
to repeat the current track
Repeat album to repeat the current folder
Repeat all to repeat all songs
To shuffle all songs on the iPod, iPhone or iPad and play them back in random order.
n the iPod, iPhone or
o
iPad screen.
Video Out with the iPod, iPhone or iPad
You can connect the iPod, iPhone or iPad video out sockets 21 on 22 on the unit, to the video input terminal of your
TV to watch video programs. The default output connector setting for the unit is based on a Composite Connection.
Simply press the The ‘Composite’ button 26 or ‘Component’ button 27 on the remote to toggle between the two
video out formats.
Using the ‘Audio Line In’ Connection (AUX Input)
You can connect the audio output of an external device such as a MP3 Player or a TV to this unit. This enables you to
listen to the audio of that device through the high quality amplifier of this unit. To connect the external device please
use a standard stereo headphone (3.5Mm to 3.5Mm plugs) cable to connect the ‘Headphone-out or audio line-out’ of
the device to the aux-input socket of this unit.
Press
Function / Result
The ‘On / Standby’ button
1 on remote control or
1 on the unit
To switch on the unit. Insert either a USB drive into the USB Socket
into the SD Card Socket 3 .
The ‘Function’ button
3 on remote control or
10 on the unit
Press this repeatedly until the display shows ‘AUX’.
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or an SD card
Switch on the external device eg. MP3 player or TV. Start playback of the external
device and adjust the volume control of the main unit to the desired level.
Remember to switch off the unit when you are finished using the external device.
Mute Function
This set has a ‘Mute’ function to enable you to turn off the volume temporarily.
Press
The ‘Mute’ button
remote control.
Function / Result
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on
The volume will turn off and the ‘Mute’ symbol will show on the display.
To resume the sound, simply press the ‘Mute’ button
11
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on remote control again.
Using the unit
iPod, iPhone or iPad Rear Support Stand
This unit is designed to allow you to connect an iPod, iPhone or iPad without the need for dock connectors. The
design of the unit has been structured to provide support to the connector under normal usage without excessive
pressure on the iPod, iPhone or iPad when controlling playback using the iPod, iPhone or iPad screen.
iPod rear support stand can be adjusted by the ‘Screw-control’ which is located at the back of the rear support stand.
Rotate the ‘Screw-control’ in clock wise, to stretch out the rubber pad.
To reverse the rubber pad backward, simply rotate the ‘Screw-control’ in anti-clock wise.
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SIDE OF THE SUPPORT STAND
BACK OF THE REAR
SUPPORT STAND
ROTATE THE SCREW-CONTROL
CLOCK WISE
SIDE OF THE SUPPORT STAND
RUBBER PAD
STRETCH OUT
SCREW-CONTROL
RUBBER PAD
3.
SCREW-CONTROL
Insert the rear support stand back to the cavity gently after adjusted the rubber pad level as desired.
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2.
Docking Platform Cover
This unit is designed to allow you to connect an iPod, iPhone or iPad with or without most cases, specifically those for
the iPad. Simply place or remove the docking platform cover based on your iPod, iPhone or iPad.
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2.
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iPod, iPhone or iPad Dock Accessory
This unit is designed to allow you to connect an iPod, iPhone or iPad without the need for dock connectors. The
design of the unit has been structured to provide support to the connector under normal usage without excessive
pressure on the iPod, iPhone or iPad when controlling playback using the iPod, iPhone or iPad screen.
iPod rear support stand can be adjusted by the ‘Screw-control’ which is located at the back of the rear support stand.
Rotate the ‘Screw-control’ in clock wise, to stretch out the rubber pad.
To reverse the rubber pad backward, simply rotate the ‘Screw-control’ in anti-clock wise.
Installation
Un-installation
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4.
Insert the dock accessory connector
to the main unit input socket properly
Unplug the dock accessory connector
from the main unit input socket
4.
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Specifications
Power Requirements:
DC 15V, 3A though built-in DC jack External AC/DC power adaptor 100V-240V ~ 50/60hz
Power Consumption:
Frequency:
FM 87.5 - 108 Mhz
Energy Rating:
Speaker:
2½” x 2 + 3 “ x 1
Dimensions:
Weight (approx.):
APN:
Design and specifications are current as of July 2011 (V.1), but are subject to change without notice. Specifications for Australia & New
Zealand Only.
Palsonic Customer Service
Telephone (Australia) 1300 657 888
Palsonic Corporation Pty Ltd ABN 34 000 474 108
1 Joynton Avenue, Waterloo NSW 2017 Australia
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