shokunin - Audisse
shokunin
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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CONTENT
Controls6
Buttons overview6
Front view6
Top view7
Bottom view7
Side view8
Important safety instructions9
Introduction of features10
Before you can use this product
11
Power supply12
AC operation12
Lithium battery operation and charging
12
Battery safe mode12
User safety precautions13
Navigation controls15
Getting started16
Installations using the “Setup Wizard”
16
Connecting to your computer network
18
Changing the network connection
22
Manual network configuration
23
Network remote control options
27
Network PIN setup (PIN number)
27
Keep network connected27
Internet Radio - the basics
28
Selecting a radio station by location
29
If your radio cannot connect to a radio station
31
Selecting a radio station by genre
32
Searching for a radio station by name
34
Selecting a Podcast36
Selecting a polupair station
38
Presetting stations39
Storing a preset39
Recalling a preset40
Last listened40
Display modes41
Customising your radio43
Registering an account43
Configuring My Favourite Stations
44
Configuring My Added Stations
44
Selecting your favourite stations
45
Selecting your added stations
46
Spotify Connect48
Spotify Connect - the basics
48
Setting up Spotify Connect
48
Playing music by Spotify Connect
48
Controlling Spotify on your radio
50
To select Spotify51
Display modes51
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Streaming data rate52
Friendly name53
Music Player Use with Windows, Mac, Linux
53
Accessing your audio files via a UPnP server
54
Set up UPnP access on a Windows PC
54
Locating and playing media files using UPnP
56
Listening to a complete album
57
Listening to a particular track
58
Controlling playback58
Repeat tracks59
Play tracks in random order
59
Display modes60
Playlists61
Adding a track to playlist
62
Adding an album or folder
62
Viewing your playlist62
Erasing a track63
Clearing the playlists64
Playing your playlists65
Prune servers65
Using USB memory devices66
Playing files from USB memory devices
67
Display modes68
Playlists70
Adding a single track to your playlist
70
Adding an entire album or folder
71
Viewing your playlist71
Erasing a track from the playlist
71
Clearing the playlist72
Playing your playlists73
DAB+ Digital Radio74
Using DAB mode for the first time
74
Selecting a DAB radio station
75
Secondary services76
Display modes76
Finding new DAB radio stations
78
Manual Tuning79
Dynamic Range Control settings
80
Station order setup81
Prune stations82
FM Radio84
Operating in FM mode84
Manual tuning85
Display modes85
Scan setting86
Stereo / Mono switching87
Presetting stations in DAB and FM modes
89
Recalling a preset in DAB and FM modes
90
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Bluetooth91
Connecting Bluetooth devices92
Playing audio files
93
Display modes94
Answering incoming phone call
95
Redialling last number95
Bluetooth Options96
Bluetooth Info of the radio
97
Connected device to the radio
98
Connecting a Bluetooth device
99
Reconnecting the mobile devices ever connected100
Auxiliary input socket101
Inactive Standby feature102
Clock and Alarms102
Automatically updating the clock
102
Manually setting the clock
103
Setting the alarm clock106
When the alarm sounds109
Disabling alarms110
Snooze timer110
Sleep timer111
Equaliser function112
Setting up your My EQ profile
113
Brightness control114
Factory reset115
Software update117
Network Profiles
118
Software version display119
Volume120
Charging a mobile phone120
Audio FAQ120
Troubleshooting121
Music Player / UPnP problems
123
Audio codecs123
About UNDOK app124
Specifications
126
Environmental note126
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
!
WARNING!
WARRANTY BECOMES VOID ONCE THE DEVICE CABINET HAS BEEN OPENED OR
ANY MODIFICATIONS OR ALTERATIONS TO THE ORIGINAL DEVICE HAVE BEEN
MADE. NEVER OPEN THE DEVICE CASING. THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT ACCEPT
ANY LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM IMPROPER HANDLING. THE TYPE
PLATE IS LOCATED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE DEVICE.
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CONTROLS
BUTTONS OVERVIEW
1. Menu 2. Source 3. Power 4. Back 5. Volume / EQ Control
6. LCD Display
7. Tuning / Seek / Select / Phone Control
8. Preset + / Skip forward
9. Preset - / Skip backward
10. Preset / Play / Pause
11. Info
FRONT VIEW
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12. Bluetooth LED
13. Stereo speakers
TOP VIEW
14. Rod antenna (only required for DAB and FM band)
15. Power cord
BOTTOM VIEW
16. Microphone
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SIDE VIEW
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17. AUX-IN socket
18. USB Charge / USB host socket
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Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the instructions.
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not install SAFETY
near any
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or
IMPORTANT
INSTRUCTIONS
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Only
attachments/accessories
specified by the manufacturer.
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cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer,
3.
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warnings.
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4.
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combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
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cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
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Use
AC/DC adaptor which is provided by the manufacturer:
KINGWALL model: AS360-150-AE240
Input: AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
Output: 15V DC 2.4A
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INTRODUCTION OF FEATURES
The Audisse Shokunin provides the following features in an attractive compact unit:
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Listen to local, regional, national and international broadcasts using FM, DAB and
Internet radio
Listen to over 1000 radio stations from around the country, and over 10,000 from
around the world without using your PC.
Listen to previously broadcast material from the BBC (using Listen Again)
Listen to podcasts from a wide range of broadcasters.
120 radio station presets (40 internet radio, 40 DAB and 40 FM).
Use the Music Player to play your music collection from your computer (using
Windows Media Player 12). Connection to Apple and Linux based computers is
also possible using suitable software.
Music playback by streaming from a Bluetooth device.
Music playback by the Spotify Connect application.
MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, Apple Lossless and WAV formats are supported.
Supports remote control from Apple iPhone, iPad and Android using UNDOK app.
The Audisse Shokunin connects to your home computer network by using WiFi.
WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) is supported for simpler setting up with compatible
wireless routers.
All radio station presets, network configuration details and user settings are retained
in the event of a power failure.
Large clock display with time and date when in Standby (on AC mains power only).
Two alarm timers with snooze feature to wake you to either buzzer or radio alarm
(on AC mains power only).
Adjustable sleep timer, can be set to turn the radio off between 15 and 120 minutes.
Easy-to-read graphic LCD display with an adjustable display backlight.
Auxiliary input for playing audio from MP3 players, iPods or other audio equipment.
Mains or battery powered operation using supplied mains adapter, or Lithium
Polymer battery.
BEFORE YOU CAN USE THIS PRODUCT
Before you can use Audisse Shokunin, you must have the following:
● A broadband Internet connection (not required for DAB, FM, Bluetooth, AUX-IN
or Music Player functions).
● A wireless router (WiFi) connected to your broadband Internet Service Provider,
preferably via a router. In many cases the broadband modem, router and wireless
access point will be a single combined unit supplied by your Internet Service Provider or bought from a computer store.
● If your wireless network is configured to use Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) or WiFi Protected Access (WPA/WPA2) data encryption then you either need to know the WEP, WPA or WPA2 key used for encryption so you can get the sound system to communicate with the network, or your router needs to offer WiFi Protected Setup
(WPS).
● Spotify Connect requires a Spotify Premium subscription.
If connecting using WiFi, the sound system will typically work within a 10-20 metres radius
from your wireless access point. The actual range achieved will depend upon the building
type, other nearby wireless networks, and possible interference sources. DAB and FM radio
functions can operate wherever the sound system is able to receive a suitable broadcast
signal.
IMPORTANT: Before you continue, make sure that your wireless access point or router is
powered up and working with your broadband Internet service (use your computer to verify
this). To get this part of the system working you must read the instructions supplied with the
wireless access point or router.
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POWER SUPPLY
AC OPERATION
Before plugging the power cable into the AC mains power socket, be sure the voltage is correct.
NOTE:
In order to disconnect the radio from the AC mains power completely, the Power cord should
be removed from the AC mains power socket completely and it shall remain readily operable
and should not be obstructed during intended use.
In case of malfunction due to electrostatic discharge or fast transient (burst), remove the
Power cord from AC mains power socket and reconnect the power supply after approximately
one minute.
LITHIUM BATTERY OPERATION AND CHARGING
NOTE ON FIRST USE : BEFORE OPERATING THE AUDISSE Shokunin FOR THE FIRST
TIME ALWAYS FIRST FULLY CHARGE THE LITHIUM BATTERY.
The Audisse Shokunin can be operated by the built-in Lithium battery. During operation on
battery power the approximate power level of the battery is displayed by the 4 segments
battery icon in the top right corner of the LCD display. When the battery power level is very
low, the “empty” icon will start flashing. Under this condition, the battery should be recharged
as soon as possible to continue normal operation of the Audisse Shokunin.
Charging time from empty to full battery is approximately 5-6 hours (at room temperature with
the radio in Standby mode). The Audisse Shokunin can be charged in Standby mode as well
as in On mode while playing music. While playing music the charging time will be longer than
in Standby mode. When charging is in process the battery icon segments will animate.
The Audisse Shokunin, for additional safety, will not start the charging process when the
battery is already full or nearly full.
BATTERY SAVE MODE
When the Audisse Shokunin is operated on battery power and put into Standby mode,
after 30 seconds the Audisse Shokunin will be turned off completely. This is normal in order
prevent the battery from draining fully in Standby mode.
When the radio is powered on again by pushing the power button it will have to start up fully
again as well as reconnect to the WiFi network. It will first try to reconnect with the last used
WiFi network. This may take up to one minute.
When the Audisse Shokunin is operated on AC power and put into Standby mode it will
remain in Standby mode (date and clock display) and can remain connected to the WiFi
network.
Note: In Standby mode the alarm function can only be used when the radio is operated on
AC power. In Standby mode on battery power the radio will not be turned On by the alarm
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function/settings.
NOTE ON PLAYING TIME ON BATTERY POWER: The achieved playing time on battery
power depends on many factors such as: selected volume level, music type (bass heavy
music consumes more energy), selected music source, selected EQ setting, ambient
temperature and age of the battery. Depending on these variables a playing time of
approximately 12-16 hours on a medium set volume level can be achieved.
NOTE: When playing on battery power and the energy level of the battery is very low, the
sound may distort on higher volume and the WiFi-connection may become unstable.
NOTE ON LITHIUM BATTERY LIFE
If the Audisse Shokunin is not used for any extended period of time, always first charge the
built-in battery until it is full. The optimum working life from the built-in battery will be obtained
if it is kept topped up by recharging after each use of the Audisse Shokunin, even if it is
only partially discharged. The battery’s working life will be reduced if the product is left in a
discharged condition for a long period of time.
WARNING:
Do not attempt to replace or repair the built-in lithium battery. If you have any doubts about
the built-in lithium battery, please contact the service department for further assistance.
WARNING:
Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced.
Do not expose the battery to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Batteries should not be disposed of by incineration and with household waste.
Disposable batteries should be taken to a suitable recycling centre if possible.
SAFETY INFORMATION FOR INTERNAL RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM-ION BATTERY
The internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery used in this device is able to supply power for a
long period of time. However, even lithium-ion batteries reach a point where they cannot be
recharged. If the battery does not recharge after several attempts, it may be drained (have a
too low charge), please contact [email protected] for repair information.
However, if you do not want us to replace the battery, you will need to dispose of used
batteries/ device in accordance to the laws and regulations in your area. In addition, you can
contact your local electronics retailers or recycling centre for disposal.
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USER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Check the room temperature range is 0°C – 45° C (32° - 113° Fahrenheit) before charging
the battery.
Do not attempt to disassemble the plastic covering or any parts of the device, as the
materials inside may be toxic and may damage skin and clothes.
Do not puncture, crush, modify, throw or cause any unnecessary shock to your battery,
as the battery used in this device may present a risk of fire, explosion, or chemical burn if
mistreated.
Do not leave, charge or use the battery in a car under direct sunlight, near fire or a heated
source.
Do not immerse, throw, wet the battery in water/ seawater.
Do not use or charge the battery if it appears to be abnormally hot, discoloration, deformation
or abnormal conditions is detected during use, charge or storage.
Do not leave a charging battery unattended. Keep the battery away from babies and children.
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NAVIGATION CONTROLS
This page describes the basic means of controlling your Audisse Shokunin sound system.
Instructions for each operating mode are given in the later sections of this book.
Pressing the Power button brings Audisse Shokunin out of Standby mode.
Pressing Power button while the sound system is in use will cause it to return
to the Standby mode with the clock display.
SOURCE
SOURCE
MENU
SOURCE
MENU
FWD.
MENU
Pressing the
Source button gives you access to each of the operating modes
TUNING
in turn: SEEK/SELECT
Internet Radio, Spotify, Music Player, DAB radio, FM radio, Bluetooth
TUNING
and Auxiliary
Input.
SEEK/SELECT
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Pressing
the Menu button will access the menu system.
FWD.
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
Many
operations require
the user to make a selection from the menu. This is done using
FWD.
VOLUME
the Tuning/Seek/Select
control. Turn the control clockwise or anti-clockwise to highlight the
BACK
EQUALIZER
desired menu item then VOLUME
press the control to select that item.
INFO
BACK
EQUALIZER
Main menu
INFO
Internet radio
INFO
TUNING
PRESET
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
Spotify Connect
Music player
DAB+ radio
FM radio
If there
are more than five items in a menu, then the display will automatically scroll up
PRESET
or VOLUME
down so- that the additional items become visible. A sliding bar on the right will give an
PRESET
SOURCE
indication
EQUALIZER showing the current portion of the menu that is displayed.
TUNING
SOURCEPRESET
SEEK/SELECT
If there are many items inTUNING
a menu, then the sound system allows the menu to ‘wrap around’
MENU
in PRESET
either direction.
ThisSEEK/SELECT
can make it easier to reach items at the end of a long menu, such as
a list
of countries
or Internet radio stations.
PRESET
+
MENU
FWD. +
PRESET
FWD. +
PRESET
BACK
BACK
INFO
INFO
If an errorVOLUME
is made when navigating the menus, it is generally possible to go
back to aEQUALIZER
higher level menu by pressing the Back button.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
The Info button allows the display of information relating to the radio station or
music file being played.
PRESET
PRESET
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GETTING STARTED
INSTALLATION USING THE “SETUP WIZARD”
Place Audisse Shokunin on a flat surface and plug the power cable into the socket.
IMPORTANT: The power cord is used to connect the radio to the mains supply. The mains
socket used for the radio must remain accessible during normal use. In order to disconnect
the radio from the mains, the power cord should be removed from the mains socket outlet
completely.
When you apply power, the display on the sound system will light up and say: ‘Audisse
Shokunin’.
audisse
Shokunin
START UP
After a few seconds the radio will then enter Standby and the clock will display ‘00:00’ as
shown.
00 / 00 / 0000
00:00
To continue to setup Audisse Shokunin press the Power button. If this is the first time that
you use Audisse Shokunin (or after a Factory Reset) the display will show ‘Setup wizard’ and
‘YES’ will be highlighted on the screen.
Setup wizard
Start now ?
SOURCE
MENU
YES
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
FWD.
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BACK
VOLUME
NO
Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select ‘YES’ and to begin setting up Audisse
Shokunin.
Setup wizard
Start now ?
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
YES
NO
The Language menu will be shown on the screen for you to select your preferred language.
ByVOLUME
default Audisse Shokunin will display all menus and messages in English.
Rotate
the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the desired language is highlighted on the screen.
EQUALIZER
Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the chosen language option. The set up
procedure will be continued with Date/Time menu shown up with your desired language.
Language
English
Français
Deutsch
Italiano
Dansk
*
Next, the way in which the radio updates its clock is set. A menu allowing you to specify the
auto-update option for the clock will be shown. The ‘Update from Network’ or “Update from
DAB” option will be good for most users.
Time auto update
Update from DAB
Update from FM
Update from Network *
No update
Time auto update
Update from DAB
Update from FM
Update from Network
No update
*
Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose an auto-update option for the clock. This
can be updated from DAB or FM radio, from the Network, or not updated. The default is
to auto-update from the network. If you choose another option go to ‘Connecting to your
computer network’. Otherwise you will first need to select the correct time zone and daylight
savings setting, see the next steps. If you choose ‘No update’, you will need to set the clock
manually later. Press the control to confirm your choice.
Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the time zone for your current location.
Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter the setting.
Set timezone
UTC+00:00: Dublin, Lon...
UTC+00:30:
UTC+01:00: Madrid, Arr...
UTC+01:30:
UTC+02:00: Athens, Ca...
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You will then need to set the Daylight Savings option according to your location (Daylight
Savings is also known as Summer/Winter time or CEST/ECT adjustment). Rotate the Tuning/
Seek/Select control to highlight ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ as required. The asterisk shows the current
setting. For example, in the Germany, ‘ON’ is equivalent to Central European Summer Time
(CEST) and ‘OFF’ is equivalent to Central European Time (CET).
Date/Time
Daylight savings
ON
OFF *
CONNECTING TO YOUR COMPUTER NETWORK
Before you can use your Audisse Shokunin sound system to listen to Internet radio or to
music streamed from your computer, it must first be connected to your computer network.
This section of this book describes how to connect the sound system to your network using
the wireless (WiFi) connection.
The following instructions assume that you have just set up the clock and time options using
the Setup Wizard.
These instructions also apply to the Network Wizard in the Network Settings menu.
1. After setting the Daylight Savings options, the display will show the ‘Keep network
connected?’ option. You should choose ‘Yes’ if you wish to keep the sound system connected
to the network when it is in Standby mode. This will allow remote control software to switch
on Audisse Shokunin when needed. If you choose ‘No’ then Audisse Shokunin will shut
down its WiFi connection when it is in Standby, DAB, FM, Bluetooth or Aux-in modes. This
minimises power consumption but it does mean that you will need to switch the sound
system on manually in order to use either the ‘Play to’ function or any remote control software
such as UNDOK app.
Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the required option and then press the
control to make the selection.
Network settings
Keep network connected?
YES
OFF *
After setting the Keep Connected option, the display will show a list of supported WiFi
regional options.
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Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the required region (for the European
countries, choose ‘ Europe’), and then press the control to make the selection. Audisse
Shokunin will then scan for available WiFi networks.
Wlan region
Europe Australia
*
2. The sound system will enter the Network Settings Wizard and will display ‘Scanning...’.
The sound system will automatically scan the 2.4GHz or 5GHz WiFi band and after a short
while the display will show a list of the available WiFi networks. If you are intending to use the
WiFi connection.
Network settings
Network wizard
Scanning ...
3. If you plan to use a WiFi connection, you will first need to identify your network in the
list of network names presented by the Network Wizard. If no networks are found then you
may have to get your wireless router working (please see the instructions supplied with the
wireless router) or you may be too far from the router.
When the sound system finds your wireless network, it displays the Network Name (SSID) for
the wireless access point on the screen. This is a name that is allocated to the access point
in your router by the person who set up the network - for example: ‘Wilson’ or
‘Jame’s group’. If the router supports WiFi Protected Setup, then ‘[WPS]’ will be shown in
front of the SSID.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
SSID
[WPS] Mathew’s home
Jame’s group
Wilson [Rescan]
[Manual config]
It is possible, and in some locations highly likely, that Audisse Shokunin will find more than
one
wireless network, in which case you should choose which one you need to connect to.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to see the SSID for each wireless network that has
been found. If your network is shown proceed to step 6. If it is not shown then proceed to
step 5.
If you make a mistake at any point, use the Back button to go back to the previous screen.
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SOURCE
TUNING
5. If your network is notSEEK/SELECT
found, it may be because the router is configured not to broadcast
the SSID.
MENUYou should then use the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight and select the
‘[Manual config]’ option in order to enter the network details manually. This is described in
‘Manual Network Configuration’.
FWD.
BACK
INFO
SSID
[WPS] Mathew’s home
VOLUME
Jame’s
group
EQUALIZER
Wilson
[Rescan]
[Manual config]
If your network name is being broadcast, and it was not found, then try re-scanning (press
the Back button), and if necessary try moving Audisse Shokunin to a location closer to your
access point / router.
PRESET
6. When the SSID for the wireless network you wish to connect to is highlighted on the
screen, press the Tuning/Seek/Select control. If WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) was indicated,
you will see an additional menu at this point, otherwise proceed to step 7.
SSID PRESET
[WPS] Mathew’s home
Jame’s group
Wilson [Rescan]
PRESETconfig]
+
[Manual
Choose one of the WPS menu options as required for your router (WPS may be via push
button, or using an identification number).
WPS Menu
WPS Button
WPS PIN
Skip WPS
‘WPS Button’: the display prompts you to press the WPS button on your router and then the
Select control on the sound system. The two devices should then connect with the encryption
key sent automatically to the sound system.
‘WPS PIN’: the display shows an identification number that you must enter into your router
using a web browser (refer to your router’s user documentation). You should then press the
Select control on the sound system.
The two devices should then connect with the encryption key sent automatically to the sound
system. ‘Skip WPS’ - if you wish to enter the encryption key yourself (or if it was previously
entered).
If you choose WPS Button or WPS PIN the screen will then show ‘Connecting...’ and then
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‘Setup wizard completed’. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to exit the setup wizard.
Network settings
Please wait
Connecting ...
7. If your network is configured without an encryption key, the screen should say
‘Connecting...’, and then ‘Setup wizard completed’. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to
exit the setup wizard and show the Main menu. If this is the case then you have successfully
connected Audisse Shokunin to your network.
8. If the screen displays ‘Key:’, it is because the network is using one of the encryption
systems: Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) or WiFi Protected Access (WPA). You will need to
enter the correct WEP or WPA key into the sound system to allow it to communicate with your
wireless network. If you do not have the WEP or WPA key, then you should obtain it from the
person who set up your network. Some wireless routers may come with an encryption key
already set up by the supplier, in which case you should refer to the documentation provided
with it. WPA is used here to also include WPA2.
Key
0123456789 . _ - @ ,
abcdefghijklmn
opqrstuvwxyz ABC
DEFGHIJKLMNOPQR
BKSP
OK
CANCEL
WEP keys are 10 or 26 characters long (using 0 - 9, and A - F). Some wireless routers can
also use pass-phrases for WEP but these are not supported by the sound system. WPA keys
are usually set up using a pass-phrase of between 8 and 63 characters. Audisse Shokunin
accepts pass-phrases for WPA keys.
9. To enter the WEP or WPA key, characters are selected and entered using the Tuning/Seek/
Select control. As you rotate the control, the highlight scrolls through the available characters
as well as the three controls on the right. The character currently highlighted will be entered
when you press the Tuning/Seek/Select control.
Key
Wilson12345
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
0123456789 . _ - @ ,
abcdefghijklmn
opqrstuvwxyz ABC
DEFGHIJKLMNOPQR
BKSP
OK
CANCEL
Do this as needed until the complete key has been entered. Remember, WEP keys only use
the numbers 0-9 and letters A-F. WPA keys are sensitive to upper and lower case characters.
You
must enter the key exactly or the sound system will not connect to the network.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
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The three controls on the right-hand side of the screen have special functions. You can
quickly access these by pressing the Info button and then using the Tuning/Seek/Select
control as needed:
select ‘BKSP ‘ to erase a character just entered (long press to clear);
select ‘OK ‘ when the complete key has been entered
select ‘CANCEL ‘ to cancel and re-run the Network Wizard
Network settings
Please wait
Connecting ...
After the final character of the WEP or WPA key has been entered, highlight the ‘OK’ symbol
and press the Tuning/Seek/Select control. The screen will show ‘Connecting...’ and then
‘Setup wizard completed’. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to the exit setup wizard. The
sound system should now be able to connect to the network.
Setup wizard
Setup wizard
completed
Press ‘SELECT’ to exit
10. Once you have connected Audisse Shokunin to the network (and therefore also to the
Internet) it will display the Main menu. Press the Power button to put the sound system into
Standby/Off mode. It should then display the time as obtained from the Internet. If the time
display is not correct for any reason, it can easily be adjusted later, ‘Manually setting the
clock’.
12 / 02 / 2016
09:30
SOURCE
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
CHANGING THE NETWORK CONNECTION
MENU
In the sections above, you chose how Audisse Shokunin would be connected to your
network, either using a WiFi connection. From time to time, you may find that you need to
FWD.
connect
to different computer networks. The Internet setup menu allows you to change your
radio’s network settings, scan for an alternative wireless network, or to manually configure
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BACK
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
the network parameters.
The steps outlined below describe how you can do this - see also the section ‘Network
profiles’.
Main menu
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
>
System settings
Equaliser
Network
Time/Date
Brightness
Language
>
>
>
>
>
CONFIGURING THE SOUND SYSTEM TO USE AN ALTERNATIVE WIFI CONNECTION
1. From the Network settings menu select ‘Network wizard’. This will present you with details
of any WiFi networks that are found. Scroll down the list using the Tuning/Seek/Select control
to the desired network name. Press the control to select this network.
Network settings
Network wizard
WPS Setup
View settings
Wlan region
>
Manual settings
Network settings
Network wizard
Scanning ...
The radio will then use its WiFi system to communicate with the network. Depending on the
settings for the new network you may need to enter an encryption key. By default the sound
system will then acquire an IP address and other network settings from your router using
DHCP.
MANUAL NETWORK CONFIGURATION
If you do not wish to use DHCP for automatic configuration, or if your network is configured
with a hidden SSID, then you will need to enter some network settings manually. (Note
- a hidden SSID may prevent casual observers from detecting your network, but it is not
recommended as a means of network security.)
1.
From the sound systems Network settings menu, select ‘Manual settings’. You must
then choose whether to connect using ‘Wireless’ connections. If you choose ‘Wireless’ there
are as many as nine settings screens, shown by the ‘1 of 9’ progress marker in the top right
corner of the display.
2.
Network settings
Network wizard
WPS Setup
View settings
Wlan region
>
Manual settings
Connection type
Wireless
1/9
>
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3. The next menu asks whether you wish to use DHCP to configure your network parameters
(IP address, subnet mask, gateway address, etc.). Unless you are familiar with networking
and related terminology, we recommend that you allow the use of DHCP. Choose ‘DHCP
enable’ unless you need to specify the network details manually. Please skip to step 11. If
you chose ‘Wireless’ and ‘DHCP enable’, please skip to step 6 in order to set up the wireless
connection details. If you chose ‘DHCP disable’ for either connection method, the next step is
to set up the IP address.
DHCP
DHCP enable
DHCP disable
2/9
4. The manually specified IP address should be chosen to be compatible with the settings
in your router and must be a unique address on your network. If you are using DHCP for
some devices and static (manually configured) IP addresses for others, the IP address used
should fall outside the range that the router may allocate using DHCP. Typically, the first three
groups of digits will be the same for all devices on your network. To enter the IP address,
rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to set the value for each group of digits and then press
the control to enter the value and to move on to the next group. When the IP address has
been entered, the subnet mask should be entered. The subnet mask defines which parts of
the IP address are common across your network. For most small networks the subnet mask
will be 255.255.255.0 and this is entered in the same way.
IP settings
IP address
192
168
3/9
1
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Subnet mask
255
255
Gateway address
Gateway address
192
168
1
4/9
1
IP settings
Primary DNS
192
168
5/9
1
1
0
0
Secondary DNS
255
0
0
0
5. The Gateway address is normally the IP address of the router through which the sound
system connects to the Internet and is entered in the same way as the previous addresses.
6. In most installations the DNS settings (DNS = Domain Name Server) will be set to the
same IP address as your router. In this case the secondary DNS may be left at zero. To enter
the DNS address, rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to set the value for each group of
digits and then press the control to enter the value and to move on to the next group. Repeat
this until all eight groups of digits have been entered.
7. The next step is to set up the WiFi connection, starting with the name of the wireless
network (SSID) followed by the encryption options and password. To enter the SSID,
characters are selected and entered using the Tuning/Seek/Select control. As you rotate the
control, the radio scrolls through the available characters as well as the three controls on the
right. The character currently highlighted will be entered when you press the Tuning/Seek/
Select control. Do this as needed until the complete network name has been entered. The
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SSID setting is sensitive to upper and lower case characters and symbols. You must enter it
exactly as set up in your router. The three controls on the right-hand side of the screen have
special functions. You can quickly access these by pressing the Info button and then use the
Tuning/Seek/Select control as needed:
Select ‘BKSP’ to erase a character just entered (long press to clear)
Select ‘OK’ when the complete key has been entered
Select ‘CANCEL’ to cancel and go back to the DNS settings screen
SSID:
6/9
WiFiName
0123456789 . _ - @ ,
abcdefghijklmn
opqrstuvwxyz ABC
DEFGHIJKLMNOPQR
BKSP
OK
CANCEL
8. Having entered the SSID, you must enter details of the encryption system used on your
wireless network. This should be the same as specified in your router settings. If your
network does not use encryption, then select the ‘Open’ option. Audisse Shokunin should
then connect to the network, so skip to step 11. If your network uses WEP (Wired Equivalent
Privacy) select the ‘Pre-Shared Key’ option, then go to step 8. The remaining options are for
WPA or WPA2 (WiFi Protected Access) - see step 9.
Authentication
Open
WEP
WPA/WPA2
7/9
>
>
>
Encryption type
PSK AES / TKIP
8/9
9. If you chose ‘Pre-Shared Key’ in step 7, you should then choose the WEP option. The
key should be entered using only the numbers 0-9 and the letters A-F. The key will be 10
characters long for 64-bit encryption and 26 characters long for 128-bit encryption. The radio
will accept lower-case letters a-f as equivalent to upper-case A-F. Spaces or special symbols
are not permitted in WEP keys.
Key:
9/9
Password123
0123456789 . _ - @ ,
abcdefghijklmn
opqrstuvwxyz ABC
DEFGHIJKLMNOPQR
BKSP
OK
CANCEL
The three controls on the right-hand side of the screen have special functions. You can
quickly access these by pressing the Info button and then use the Tuning/Seek/Select control
as needed:
Select ‘BKSP’ to erase a character just entered (long press to clear)
Select ‘OK’ when the complete key has been entered
Select ‘CANCEL’ to cancel and go back to the SSID settings screen
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Once the key is entered the sound system should connect to your network. Please skip to
step 11.
10. WPA and WPA2 are similar, although WPA2 offers a higher level of security. Whichever
you selected in step 7, you then have to specify the variant used. They are TKIP (Temporal
Key Integrity Protocol) and AES (Advanced Encryption Standard). As previously, the setting
should match that used by your router. Some routers allow both to be specified, and the
router will use whichever variant is supported by the connected device. AES is regarded as
the more secure option if it is available.
11. The sound system will then require you to enter the encryption key. This must be a string
of between 8 and 63 characters and must be identical to the key that has been entered into
your router. Note - the encryption key is sensitive to the use of upper and lower case letters
and symbols. Take care to enter the key exactly, or the radio will not be able to connect to
your router. The three controls on the right-hand side of the screen have special functions.
You can quickly access these by pressing the Info button and then use the Tuning/Seek/
Select control as needed:
Select ‘BKSP’ to erase a character just entered (long press to clear)
Select ‘OK’ when the complete key has been entered
Select ‘CANCEL’ to cancel and go back to the SSID settings screen
Once the key is entered the sound system should connect to your network.
While the sound system is trying to connect to the network, it will display ‘Processing...’ when
checking the encryption key (if using the WiFi connection) and then ‘Connecting...’. If the
connection is made successfully, the sound system will return to the Network settings menu.
If the unit cannot connect, then it will display a ‘Failed to connect’ message and will return to
the SSID entry screen (step 6). Once connected, the network settings are stored in the sound
system. The settings are retained when the sound system is disconnected from the mains.
You may now use the Back and Source buttons to access the functions of Audisse Shokunin.
Network settings
Please wait
Connecting ...
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Network settings
Network wizard
WPS Setup
View settings
Wlan region
>
Manual settings
NETWORK REMOTE CONTROL OPTIONS
NETWORK PIN SETUP (PIN NUMBER)
Audisse Shokunin has the option of being controlled by an application installed on an Apple
iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or equivalent Android device. The PIN number facility allows you
to ensure that Audisse Shokunin can only be controlled by your own device rather than
someone else’s.
Details of how this feature can be used are explained in the separate documentation
available from the Radio Website. The remote control app is called UNDOK and is available
from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store for your device.
The default PIN is ‘1234’ and is entered in the UNDOK application on your device when it
first connects to Audisse Shokunin. You may change the PIN if desired using the ‘NetRemote
PIN Setup’ option in the Network settings menu. The updated PIN should then be used to
reconnect the sound system to the application.
KEEP NETWORK CONNECTED
Audisse Shokunin has the option to shut down its WiFi when it is in Standby. This minimises
power consumption but it does mean that you will need to switch the sound system on
manually in order to use either the ‘Play to’ function or any remote control software such as
the UNDOK app.
If you need to be able to remotely control the sound system even when it has been put into
Standby, then you can choose to keep the network connected by using the ‘Keep network
connected’ option in the network settings menu. In the Standby mode display the WiFi signal
indicator is shown with or without a cross through it, according to the state of the connection.
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INTERNET RADIO - THE BASICS
Before you can use Audisse Shokunin to listen to broadcasts via the Internet, it is necessary
to have connected it to your computer network using the wireless (WiFi) connection.
There are literally many thousands of radio broadcasts available via the Internet as well as
‘Podcasts’. Audisse Shokunin provides several ways of searching for broadcasts in order to
make finding and choosing them easier. Once you have found radio stations that you like,
you may either store them as presets within the sound system, or add them to a list of your
favourite stations that Audisse Shokunin can access. The number of presets is limited (there
are preset+ and preset- buttons on the radio), but you can store as many favourites as you
like.
You may search for an internet radio station by Location. If you know the name of the station
and the country from which a station is broadcast this may be the easiest method to find a
station. It is also a great way to experience radio from other parts of the world.
You may also search for an internet radio station by Genre. If you prefer a particular type of
music, Blues for example, you may search for a radio station that broadcasts that type of
music, and you can choose from a list of Blues radio stations regardless of location, or taking
location into account.
If you know part of the name of an internet radio station, you can enter it into the sound
system and it will search for stations that match that name. This can be helpful if you are
unsure of the location or genre of a particular station.
The Audisse Shokunin sound system connects to a radio station database that serves many
users in many countries. This means that there is a very wide range of programme content
available. You can also search for stations that have been recently added to those available
(new stations) or you can search for the most popular.
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SELECTING A RADIO STATION BY LOCATION
1. Press the Power button to switch the sound system on. Then press the Source button to
select the Internet radio mode display.
SOURCE
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
2. Press the Menu button to enter the main Internet radio menu. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/
MENU
Select
control until ‘Station list’ is highlighted on the display and then press the control to
SOURCE
select the option.
TUNING
FWD.
MENU
BACK
FWD.
INFO
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
VOLUME
System settings
EQUALIZER
Main menu
>
>
>
VOLUME
BACKthe Tuning/Seek/Select
3. Rotate
control until ‘Stations’ is highlighted on the display and
EQUALIZER
the press the control to select. Note that the menu may offer one or more local selections
based upon the country in which the unit is being used, according to your internet IP address
(‘United
Kingdom’ and ‘BBC’ stations, for example).
INFO
PRESET
PRESET
PRESET TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
My Favourites
Local Netherlands
Stations
Podcasts
My added stations
>
>
>
>
PRESET - Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Location’ is highlighted on the display and then
4. Rotate
PRESETthe
+
press
the control to select.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
Stations
Location
PRESET +
Genre
Search stations Populair stations
New stations
>
>
>
>
>
5. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to scroll through the list of continents. When the
desired continent is highlighted press the control to enter your selection.
Location
Africa
Asia
Carribean
Central America
Europe
>
>
>
>
>
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6. The display will show a list of countries within the chosen continent. If there are many
countries shown you can scroll through the list continually in either direction. For example, if
the chosen continent was Europe, then to find the Netherlands scroll up from the top of the
list to the bottom by turning the Tuning/Seek/Select control anti-clockwise. Press the Tuning/
Seek/Select control to choose the desired country.
Europe
Moldova
Monaco
Montenegro
Netherlands
Norway
>
>
>
>
>
7. You will typically find that you then have the option to select either ‘All Stations’ or one of
a number of categories. The lists are always sorted alphabetically, and long lists will wrap
around from top to bottom or bottom to top.
Netherlands
All stations
Highlighted stations
Alternative
Ambient
Celtic
>
>
>
>
>
All stations
077 Radio
100% GRACE radio
100% NL
100% Dans
100% Feest
8. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight your chosen radio station and then
press the control to enter your selection. The display will show ‘Connecting...’ while the sound
system connects to the new station. The station should then start playing. Adjust the volume
as needed.
NPO Radio 1
NPO Radio 1
Podcasts
>
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
9. If the station has on-demand content, that is, it gives the option of 8,9 listening to
programmes
that have already been broadcast or to Podcasts, there will be an additional
VOLUME
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screen showing the radio station name as well as a ‘Podcasts’ option.
NPO Radio 1
NPO Radio 1
Podcasts
>
Podcasts
AVRO Andermans Vere
AVRO Sandwich AVRO Schiffers FM
Musical Moods
NOS Met het Oog op ...
>
>
>
>
>
These are selected using additional menus, determined by the radio station and the content.
There may simply be a list of programmes, or there may also be options to choose from
broadcasts on particular dates or days of the week. The examples shown here are typical.
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AVRO Sandwich
160228 AVROTROS R5 D..
160228 AVROTROS R5 D..
160221 AVROTROS R5 D..
160221 AVROTROS R5 D..
160214 AVROTROS R5 D.. Podcasts and Listen Again content can also be accessed separately from the main Internet
Radio menu.
IF YOUR RADIO CANNOT CONNECT TO A RADIO STATION
Note: If Audisse Shokunin is unable to connect to an internet radio station it will generally
either display ‘Network Error’ or ‘Stopped’. This can be for many reasons, but typically will be
due to one of the following:
The radio station may not be broadcasting at the present time.
The radio station may not be able to accommodate any more connections from internet
listeners.
The broadcaster may limit listening to specific countries or regions
There may be network congestion (either locally or at a distance) that is affecting the
reliability of the connection.
If Audisse Shokunin can connect, but the audio is not continuous and the radio keeps having
to reconnect, this may be due to the radio station only having limited connection capacity.
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SELECTING A RADIO STATION BY GENRE
1. Press the Menu button to enter the main Internet radio menu. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/
Select control until ‘Station list’ is highlighted on the display and then press the control to
SOURCE
select.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
My Favourites
Local Netherlands
Stations
Podcasts
My added stations
MENU
FWD.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
BACK
>
>
>
>
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Stations’ is highlighted on the display and then
press the control to select.
INFO
Stations
Location
Genre
Search stations Populair stations
New stations
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
>
>
>
>
>
3. VOLUME
Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Genre’ is highlighted on the display and then
press
the control
to select.
PRESET
EQUALIZER
Stations
Location
Genre
PRESET
+
Search
stations
Populair stations
New stations
>
>
>
>
>
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to scroll through the list of content types. This menu
is normally cyclic - you can scroll the list continually in either direction. When the chosen
genre is highlighted, press the Tuning/Seek/Select control.
Genre
Alternative
Ambient
Big Band
Bluegrass
Blues
>
>
>
>
>
5. You then have the choice of ‘All Stations’ of the chosen genre, or a list of countries. Note
if a country is not shown then the station may still appear in the ‘All Stations’ list. Rotate and
then press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose as needed
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Alternative
All Stations
Highlighted Stations
Argentina
Australia
Austria
>
>
>
>
>
6. A list of radio stations is then shown. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the
desired station name is highlighted on the display.
All Stations
001A_A Rock
1.Fm Alternative Rock ...
1.Fm Gorilla FM Radio
100.5 The Drive
100hitz - 90’s Alternat ...
7. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the station. The display will show
‘Connecting...’ while it finds the new station. If the radio is unable to connect this may be for
one of the reasons explained.
TUNING the Volume/EQ control as needed to set the listening level.
8. Adjust
SEEK/SELECT
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
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SEARCHING FOR A RADIO STATION BY NAME
There may be occasions when you know the name of a radio station but you do not know the
location or genre. This facility allows you to search for the station using a part (or parts) of the
radio station name.
1. Press the Menu button to enter the main Internet radio menu. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/
Select control until ‘Station list’ is highlighted on the display and then press the control to
SOURCE
select.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
MENU
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
FWD.
>
>
>
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
BACK
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Stations’ is highlighted on the display and then
press the control to select.
INFO
Internet radio
My Favourites
Local Netherlands
Stations
Podcasts
My added stations
TUNING
PRESET
SEEK/SELECT
>
>
>
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Search stations’ is highlighted on the display
and then press the control to select.
VOLUME
PRESET EQUALIZER
Stations
Location
Genre
Search
stations
PRESET
+
Populair stations
New stations
>
>
>
>
>
4. To enter the search word(s) rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight each
character for the search in turn, and press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter. If you
make an error rotate the control or use the Info button to access the delete character ‘BKSP’
on the screen and then press the Tuning/Seek/Select control. Rotate the control or press Info
again to go back to the character selection. After the final character of the search has been
entered, use the Info button and then the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the ‘OK’
symbol on the screen and then press the control to finish.
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Stations
Radio 10
0123456789 . _ - @ ,
abcdefghijklmn
opqrstuvwxyz ABC
DEFGHIJKLMNOPQR
BKSP
OK
CANCEL
5. The sound system will search for radio stations that match your search data. If you include
a space between two search items, the sound system will look for station names that include
both items. Thus a search for RADIO 10’ could find a station called ‘Raido10 Classic Rock
Hits’ as well as a station called ‘Radio 10 Rocks’.
Search stations
Radio 10 - Top 100 Classic
6. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the station that you wish to listen to and
press the control to confirm your choice. The display will show ‘Connecting...’ while it finds a
new station.
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SELECTING A PODCAST
Some radio stations allow you to listen to programmes that have already been broadcast.
The BBC’s Listen Again service is an example of this. In addition, radio broadcasters and
individuals may make programmes that are intended normally to be downloaded into a
computer or copied onto a portable media player. These are commonly known as Podcasts.
On Audisse Shokunin, both Listen Again programmes and Podcasts are grouped together
as Podcasts, and the same menu is used to access and listen to both types of programming.
Listen Again programmes are also accessible via the Stations menu.
1. Press the Menu button to enter the main Internet radio menu. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/
Select
control until ‘Station list’ is highlighted on the display and then press the control to
SOURCE
select.
TUNING
MENU
FWD.
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until Podcasts’ is highlighted on the display and
then press the control to select.
INFO
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
Internet radio
My Favourites
Local Netherlands
Stations
Podcasts
My added stations
>
>
>
>
3. You may then search by location, genre, or using part of the name of the podcast. The
VOLUME operate in exactly the same way as when searching for a conventional radio
searches
PRESET EQUALIZER
station. Searching by location is done first by continent, then by country. You may then list ‘All
shows’ or search within a country by genre. Searching by genre is more direct, since once
the genre is chosen the next menu display shows a list of available podcasts. Searching by
name operates in the same way as when searching for a named radio station, selecting the
‘OK
‘ symbol
PRESET
+ when you have entered the text. You may enter one or more pieces of text that
will be used for the search.
Podcasts
Location
Genre
Search podcasts
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Podcasts
>
>
>
0123456789 ABC
DEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZ
BKSP
OK
CANCEL
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control and then press the control to confirm your chosen
podcast. The display will show ‘Connecting...’ while it finds the new programme.
Podcasts
AVRO Andermans Vere
AVRO Sandwich AVRO Schiffers FM
Musical Moods
NOS Met het Oog op ...
>
>
>
>
>
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SELECTING A POPULAIR STATION
As described in the section ‘Internet Radio – the basics’, your radio connects via the Internet
to a database of radio stations. This option is provided to highlight stations that are newly
added to the list of those available, or stations that are particularly popular with listeners
around the world. Your radio allows you to easily choose stations from these two categories,
using menus very similar to those used when finding stations by locations and genre.
1. Press the Menu button to enter the main Internet radio menu. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/
Select
control until ‘Station list’ is highlighted on the display and then press the control to
SOURCE
select.
TUNING
MENU
FWD.
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
VOLUME
BACKthe Tuning/Seek/Select
2. Rotate
control until ‘Stations’ is highlighted on the display and then
EQUALIZER
press the control to select.
INFO
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
Internet radio
My Favourites
Local Netherlands
Stations
Podcasts
My added stations
>
>
>
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Popular stations’ or ‘New stations’ is
highlighted
on the display. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter your choice.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
PRESET -
Stations
Location
Genre
Search stations PRESET stations
+
Populair
New stations
>
>
>
>
>
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the station that you wish to listen to and
then press the control to enter your choice. The display will show ‘Connecting…’ while the
new station is found.
Popular stations
SWR3
1LIVE
Antenne Bayern
1.Fm chillout Lounge
NDR 2
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PRESETTING STATIONS IN THE INTERNET RADIO MODE
With so many Internet radio stations available, it is desirable to have a means of rapidly
selecting the stations that you listen to most frequently. Audisse Shokunin has 40 memory
presets that can easily be set to store the details of any Internet radio station. The radio
station presets are retained in memory even when the sound system is switched off.
The Audisse Shokunin has the unique function of Preset + and Preset –
This enables you to quickly zap through your whole preset list.
SOURCE
When performing a Factory
Reset the whole Preset memory of the radio will be emptied.
TUNING
This in contrast to the stored Internet radio “Favourite stations” as that information is stored
SEEK/SELECT
“outside” of the radio.
MENU
Please see also the sections ‘Last Listened’ and ‘Configuring My Favourite Stations’.
FWD. A PRESET
STORING
VOLUME
1. Press the Power button
to switch on Audisse Shokunin. Tune to the required station using
BACK
one of
the methods described
on the preceding pages.
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2. To store the currently playing radio station as a preset, press and hold the Preset button
until INFO
the display shows the “Save to preset” screen.
PRESET
Save to Preset
1. 1.fm Absolute Top 40
2. [Not set]
3. [Not set]
4. [Not set]
5. [Not set]
PRESET
3. Use
the Tuning/Seek/Select
control to scroll through the preset list until you reach an
unused preset or a preset that you wish to change. Press and release the Tuning/Seek/
Select control to store the preset. ‘Preset stored’ will be shown on the display. Repeat the
procedures as needed for the remaining presets.
PRESET +
Preset stored
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
4. Stations that are already stored in the presets may be over-written by following the above
VOLUME
procedure.
EQUALIZER
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FWD.
RECALLING A PRESET
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
VOLUME
SOURCE
1. Press
the
Power
button
to switch on Audisse Shokunin. Select the Internet radio mode
BACK
EQUALIZER
using the Source button. TUNING
FWD.
SEEK/SELECT
2. Press
MENU
INFOand release the Preset button until the display shows the “Recall from Preset”
VOLUME
screen.
BACK
FWD.
PRESET
BACK
EQUALIZER
Recall from Preset
1. 1.fm Absolute Top 40
2.
NDR 2
INFO
VOLUME
3. Antenne
Bayern
EQUALIZER
4. SWR3
5. NPO 3FM
INFO
PRESET control to scroll through the preset list until you reach the
PRESET
3. Use
the Tuning/Seek/Select
preset you want to select. Press and release the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the
preset.
4. Or you can press and release the Preset + or Preset - button to directly skip to the next or
PRESET+
PRESET PRESET
previous
preset stations.
PRESET -
PRESET +
LAST LISTENED
PRESET +
It is often helpful to be able to go back to a station that you have recently listened to. Audisse
Shokunin has a ‘Last Listened’ feature that provides you with quick access to the ten most
recently listened to radio stations or podcasts. As each new radio station is listened to the
oldest item is deleted from the list. The Last Listened list is stored when the sound system is
disconnected from the mains.
1. With the sound system switched on and in Internet radio mode, press the Menu button.
TheSOURCE
first item on the menu is ‘Last listened’. With this item highlighted press the Tuning/Seek/
Select control.
TUNING
MENU
FWD.
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
2. The
display will then EQUALIZER
show a list of the last ten Internet radio stations or podcasts. Rotate
the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight whichever you wish to listen to and then press the
control to cause Audisse Shokunin to reconnect to that radio station or podcast.
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INFO
TUNING
SOURCE
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
Last listened
1. 1.fm Absolute Top 40
2. NDR 2
3. Antenne Bayern
4. SWR3TUNING
5. NPO
3FM
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
NPO 3FM
10:02
Description:
Serious Radio
VOLUME MODES
DISPLAY
EQUALIZER
FWD.
Audisse Shokunin has a range of display options when in Internet Radio mode. Note that not
all information may be available
for all Internet radio stations
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
1. Press the Info button to cycle through the different options.
INFO
a.
Description
PRESET
Internet radio
NPO 3FM
Displays information about the radio station or scrolling text messages such as artist/track name, phone number etc.
10:02
Description:
PRESET
-
Serious Radio
b.
Genre
PRESET
+
Internet radio
NPO 3FM
Displays programme type information e.g. Pop, Classic, News, etc. and the location of the current radio station
10:02
Genre: Variety
Show country : Internet
Only
P5
c.
Reliability
Displays the reliability of the data stream from the station currently being received.
Internet radio
NPO 3FM
10:02
Reliability:
Average
P5
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d.
Format
Internet radio
NPO 3FM
Displays the bit rate and format of the station being received.
10:02
Bit rate: 192 kbps
Codec: Mp3
Samping rate: 48.0kHz
P5
e.
Playback buffer
Internet radio
NPO 3FM
Displays status when connecting to and playing a radio station. This indicates the reliability of the data stream to your radio. If there are no bars shown to the right of the dividing line then the data stream reliability may be poor and you may find that there are many breaks in the audio (this is not always the case for REAL audio streams).
10:02
Playback buffer
P5
f.
Date
Internet radio
NPO 3FM
Display the current date
10:02
Date:
01/03/2016
P5
Additional or alternative information may be displayed when listening to Podcasts. Categories
displayable can include:
Episode name
Show genre
Show description Show language
Episode URL
Bit rate
Codec
Sampling rate
Whenever the sound system is displaying an information screen (as opposed to a menu
screen), the time is displayed in the top-right corner of the display, and a WiFi strength is
shown in the bottom-right corner.
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CUSTOMISING YOUR RADIO
In addition to storing your favourite radio stations in the radio presets, Audisse Shokunin
allows you to create customised lists of favourite stations which can appear in two special
menus on the radio called ‘My Favourites’ and ‘My Added Stations’.
Audisse Shokunin uses a database that is accessed via the Internet in order to find out which
radio stations are available and how it should connect to them. You are able to add your
personal selections to this database. These will only be accessible by you using your PC
or Audisse Shokunin. You can choose the stations which will appear in the ‘My Favourites’
menu from the large selection already listed. Additionally, if you find a radio station that is not
listed then you may also add the Internet address (URL) of the station’s audio stream to your
selection. It will then appear on Audisse Shokunin via the ‘My Added Stations’ menu item.
REGISTERING AN ACCOUNT
1. Open the web site http://www.WiFiradio-frontier.com using the Internet browser on your
computer. Click on the ‘Register here’ link and follow the on-screen instructions to register an
account. During the registration process the web site asks for an access code. This allows it
to uniquely identify your internet radio from the many others that it also provides data for. To
obtain the access code, please follow these steps.
2. With Audisse Shokunin switched on and in Internet radio mode, press the Menu button,
SOURCE
then select ‘Station list’ using the Tuning/Seek/Select control.
MENU
FWD.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
VOLUME
3. Scroll
down the Station
list menu to the item called ‘Help’. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select
BACK
EQUALIZER
control to enter the Help menu.
INFO
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
Internet radio
Local Netherlands
Stations
Podcasts
My added stations
Help >
>
>
>
>
4. In the Help menu, select the menu item ‘Get access code’. Provided that the sound system
is connected
to the Internet, a code will be displayed of typically seven characters (upper
VOLUME
case
letters and numbers). Make a note of this code for the next step. If you need to reEQUALIZER
PRESET
- you must repeat this process to get a fresh access code.
register later
PRESET +
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Help
Get access code
FAQ
>
>
Get access code
Access code
RMGNBE9
5. You should then use the code displayed by the sound system to fill in the Access Code
field on the web page when you set up your account.
Once you have your account set up, if you have other radios that use the same database,
you may also add them to your account. You will need to get an access code from each radio
in order to add it to the account. They may then share your favourite and added radio station
details.
CONFIGURING MY FAVOURITE STATIONS
1. Using the web site at http://www.WiFiradio-frontier.com it is possible to search among the
many radio stations that are available by location, genre, or language. You may also choose
from new or popular stations.
2. When the radio stations that you have found are shown on your computer screen, they are
shown with a ‘Play’ icon and an ‘Add to favourites’ icon (the plus symbol and heart). Clicking
on the ‘Play’ icon will allow you to hear the radio station via your computer. Clicking on the
‘Add to favourites’ icon will cause the radio station to be added to the list accessible via your
radio.
3. To help you organise your favourites, and since you may have a great many after a while,
the web site will allow you to specify the name for a category or group under which the radio
station will be listed on Audisse Shokunin. Suitable names might be ‘Rock’, ‘Smooth’, ‘Mum’s
stations’, and so on. When ever you add another radio station to your favourites you can
either add it to an existing category or create a new one.
4. Once you have Internet radio stations available in your My Favourite Stations list, you
may play these stations from Audisse Shokunin. These stations will be available on Audisse
Shokunin from the Internet radio menu item ‘My Favourites’.
5. To look at, modify or delete your favourite stations lists on the web site, use the link ‘My
favourites’ in the ‘My account’ area. To delete a favourite radio station, click on the icon with a
heart and minus symbol.
CONFIGURING MY ADDED STATIONS
1. If you wish to listen to a radio station that is not currently held in the database at http://
www.WiFiradio-frontier.com it is possible to add the details yourself. You will need to obtain
the internet address (URL) for the audio stream for the station that you wish to add. This may
be information provided by the radio station itself, via its web site, or perhaps passed to you
from another listener.
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Note: The URL for the audio stream will generally not be the URL for the web page from
which you listen to the station on your PC.
2. Use the ‘My added stations’ link in the ‘My account’ area on the web site. This allows you
to add details of new stations or to modify those already added. You can provide a name for
the radio station that will be shown on your radio. You must also provide the web address,
location and format details.
3. Once you have Internet radio stations available in your My Added Stations list, you may
play these stations from Audisse Shokunin. These stations will be available on Audisse
Shokunin from the Internet radio menu item ‘My Added Stations’.
4. It is possible to add the web addresses for audio streams that may not be playable by
Audisse Shokunin. If you attempt to play such a stream, Audisse Shokunin will normally
display an error message of some kind. The Audisse Shokunin can only play MP3, WMA,
FLAC, AAC and Real Audio streams.
5. To look at, modify or delete your added stations list on the web site, use the link ‘My added
stations’ in the ‘My account’ area. To delete an added radio station, click on the icon with a
heart and minus symbol.
SELECTING YOUR FAVOURITE STATIONS
SOURCE
1. Press the Menu button to enter the main Internet radio menu.
MENU
FWD.
BACK
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Station list’ is highlighted on the display. Press
the Tuning/Seek/Select
control to enter the menu.
INFO
PRESET
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
My Favourites
Local Netherlands
Stations
Podcasts
My added stations
>
>
>
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My Favourites’ is highlighted on the display.
PRESET
Press
the Tuning/Seek/Select
control and your favourite stations list will appear on the
VOLUME
display
(set up as described on the preceding page).
EQUALIZER
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My Favourites
myRadio list
>
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the required station and then press the
control to confirm your selection. The display will show ‘Connecting...’ while it finds the new
station.
My Favourites
Antenne Bayern
NPO 3FM
NDR 2
NPO 1 FM
If the station has on-demand content (that is, it gives the option of listening to programmes
which have already been broadcast), ‘Selecting a podcast / BBC Listen again’.
Should you be unable to connect to a particular station, please note that some radio stations
do not broadcast 24 hours per day, and some stations are not always on-line.
SELECTING YOUR ADDED STATIONS
1. Press the Menu button to enter the main Internet radio menu. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/
Select control until ‘Station list’ is highlighted on the display and then press the control to
SOURCE
select.
MENU
FWD.
BACK
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My Added Stations’ is highlighted on the
display and then press the control to select.
INFO
TUNING
PRESET
SEEK/SELECT
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Internet radio
My Favourites
Local Netherlands
Stations
Podcasts
My added stations
>
>
>
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the required station and then press the
control to confirm your selection. The display will show ‘Connecting...’ while it finds the new
station.
My Added stations
Antenne Bayern
NPO 3FM
NPO 1 FM
Should you be unable to connect to a particular station, please note that some radio stations
do not broadcast 24 hours per day, and some stations are not always on-line.
In addition, it is possible to specify audio streams for ‘My added stations’ that are not
compatible with Audisse Shokunin. In this event the station will not be playable. The Audisse
Shokunin can only play MP3, WMA, FLAC, AAC and Real Audio streams.
Note that the audio coding formats listed are generic terms. There are many variations of
each format, as well a variety of streaming protocols in use by different radio broadcasters.
Audisse Shokunin has been designed to play the vast majority of coding and streaming
formats in current use by broadcasters.
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SPOTIFY CONNECT
SPOTIFY CONNECT - THE BASICS
Spotify is all the music you’ll ever need. Millions of songs available instantly. Just search for
the music you love, or let Spotify play you something great. Spotify works on your phone,
tablet, computer and home speakers. So you’ll always have the perfect soundtrack for
whatever you’re doing.
Spotify Connect allows your Spotify selections to be played through the radio, remotely
controlled from your iPhone, iPad, Android device or any Desktop.
Connect also allows you to transfer the playing of the sound to other Spotify Connect enabled
devices under the control of your smart-phone, tablet or any Desktop.
Once your Spotify account has been connected to your radio, you may start Spotify playing
from the radio without needing to use the Spotify app.
Spotify Connect compatibility is shown with the following identifier:
NOTE: Spotify Connect requires a Spotify Premium subscription.
SETTING UP SPOTIFY CONNECT
For more details about setting up Spotify Connect, please go to spotify.com/connect
To use Spotify with your AUDISSE Shokunin radio you will need to download the Spotify app
and you will need a Spotify Premium account.
The Spotify software is subject to third party licenses found here: www.spotify.com/connect/
third-party-licenses
PLAYING MUSIC BY SPOTIFY CONNECT
Spotify Connect lets you push a button to control the music between your Connect enabled
devices. While playing a song, you can switch playback from your smart-phone, tablet,
Desktop or even to a Connect enabled radio.
1. If you have selected ‘Keep network connected’ in the network settings menu, Spotify
Connect will be able to access your radio even if your radio is in the Standby mode.
If you have not selected ‘Keep network connected’ you will have to switch the radio on
manually and select Internet Radio mode in order to cause your radio to connect to the
network.
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Network settings
Manual settings
NetRemote PIN Setup
Network profile
>
Clear network settings >
Keep network connected
2. Make sure that both your radio and Apple iOS / Android device are connected to the same
network and that you have downloaded the latest Spotify app on your device.
3. Simply open Spotify on your Apple iOS / Android device and tap the Spotify Connect icon
on the play screen. When the Spotify app has identified other devices that are compatible
with Connect, the Connect icon will be shown with a circle. When another device is playing,
the Spotify Connect icon will be become green. Tapping the Connect icon will show a list of
Connect enabled devices and allow remote control of the volume.
4. To select your radio choose Audisse Shokunin on the Spotify Connect devices screen. You
are now ready to play music through your radio using Spotify Connect.
The next time you open Spotify, it will continue playing from the previously selected device.
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
Note:
On some devices the layout of controls within the Spotify app may be different from
that shown and may also change with different versions of the app. Refer to spotify.com/
connect if needed.
SOURCE
FWD.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
CONTROLLING SPOTIFY
ON YOUR RADIO
VOLUME
MENU
SOURCE
BACK
EQUALIZER
The music can be controlled
using the controls on your radio as well as by any Spotify
TUNING
enabled device.
SEEK/SELECT
FWD.
MENU
INFO
1. Press the Preset/Play/Pause button to pause playback of the current track.
BACK
FWD.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
PRESET
INFO
BACK
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
2. Press the Preset/Play/Pause button, playback will resume from the point where it was
paused.
INFO PRESET
3. Press
the Preset +/Skip Forward button to start playback of the next track in the current
PRESET
Spotify playlist.
PRESET+
PRESET
PRESET 4. Press
the- Preset -/Skip Backward button to start playback of the previous track in the
PRESET
current Spotify playlist.
PRESET +
PRESET +
5. TUNING
Rotate the Volume/EQ control to set the required volume level. The volume may also be
SEEK/SELECT
controlled from within the current Spotify app.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
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TO SELECT SPOTIFY
If you have previously connected using the Spotify Connect app you may select Spotify using
the Source button on your radio.
1. Press the Source button to select the Spotify mode.
SOURCE
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Please note if the power
is removed you will need to re-connect Spotify with your radio using
MENU
the app once again.
FWD.MODES
DISPLAY
Your radio has a range ofVOLUME
display options when playing Spotify Connect.
BACK
EQUALIZER
1. Press the Info button to cycle through the different options.
INFO
a. Progress bar
PRESET
Spotify Connect
Hello
2:39
PRESET b. Artist
Spotify Connect
PRESET
+
Hello
Displays the playback progress for the track currently playing.
10:02
4:56
Displays the name of the artist for the track currently playing.
10:02
Artist:
Adele
c. Album
Displays the name of the album from which the current track is taken.
Spotify Connect
Hello
10:02
Album:
Hello
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d. Bit rate
Displays the bit rate and sampling rate of the track currently playing.
Spotify Connect
Hello
10:02
Bit rate: 320kbps
Sampling rate: 44100 Hz
e. Playback bufferDisplays the radios internal buffer level.
Spotify Connect
Hello
10:02
Playback buffer
Whenever the radio is displaying an information screen, the time is displayed in the top-right
corner of the display, and a WiFi strength or Ethernet connection indicator is shown in the
bottom-right corner.
STREAMING DATA RATE
Your radio is able to stream content from Spotify at different data rates. If your internet
connection has a low data usage allowance, or has a relatively low maximum data rate, you
may wish to specify that your radio uses a lower data rate for Spotify connections. In some
cases this may allow more reliable streaming, although at the expense of some loss of audio
quality.
The data rate used for Spotify Connect is configured via using a web browser. This is the
same page this is used to change the Friendly Name of your radio.
1. Access the radio’s configuration web page.
2. The Spotify options at the top of the web page allow you to specify the data rate used either 96k, 160k or 320k bits per second. Select the rate according to your needs.
For example, listening at a rate of 320kbps for 1 hour each day for a month equates to
approximately 4.5 gigabytes of data usage. If you have a low data allowance you may wish to
choose one of the lower data rates.
3. The new data rate will be used by Spotify Connect to stream music to your radio when the
radio plays from a new playlist.
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FRIENDLY NAME
Your radio is identified within the Spotify app using its Friendly Name. By default, your radio’s
name will be shown as “Audisse Shokunin” followed by a 12 digit alphanumeric code that is
the network MAC address that is unique to your radio.
If you would like to change this name to something more personalised.
MUSIC PLAYER USE WITH WINDOWS, APPLE MAC, LINUX
USE WITH WINDOWS, APPLE MAC, LINUX, USB MEMORY
The Music Player allows you to play audio files that are stored on a computer on your
network or on a USB memory device plugged into the radio.
In order to play files from a computer on your network, Audisse Shokunin must connect
to a file server application that uses the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) protocol. If your
computer uses Windows XP or Vista, then it is likely that your computer already has a UPnP
server application available. Windows Media Player version 11 has this capability, and it is
able to make your MP3 and WMA files available to Audisse Shokunin. It also allows you to
select files by Album, Artist, and so on.
Windows Media Player is only able to serve MP3 and WMA files to Audisse Shokunin. If you
have your audio files in either AAC or FLAC formats, or if you are an Apple Mac or Linux
user, there are other UPnP server applications that you may use with Audisse Shokunin.
The Music Player on the sound system can playback audio files in MP3, FLAC, AAC and
WMA formats. WMA Lossless files can also be played when using Windows Media Player
11 as it will convert these to a PCM format before streaming them to the sound system. Note
that the playback of files encoded using WMA Voice, WMA 10 Professional, and files that
have DRM protection is not supported.
When using a UPnP server, the search and selection criteria are determined by the server
software, but typically include Artist, Album and Genre. Many server applications also allow
you to access your files according to the folders within which they are stored as well as other
criteria. Windows Media Player 11 is less flexible than some other UPnP servers, but is
generally easy to set up. It is supplied as a standard component of Windows XP and Vista.
Many UPnP server applications are also capable of sharing pictures and video files to other
network connected devices. If this is the case (as it is with Windows Media Player 11) you
may see the option of choosing between ‘Music’, ‘Video’ and ‘Pictures’ on the Music Player’s
menu. Clearly you should only select the ‘Music’ option. Content offered via the alternative
options will not be playable on Audisse Shokunin.
Some third party server applications allow customisation of the search criteria and indexing
methods. This can be useful if you have a very large collection of stored music files.
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Here is a short selection of alternative UPnP server applications, although many others are
available:
• Twonky Media Server (Windows, Apple Mac, Linux)
• TVersity (Windows) *
• Elgato EyeConnect (for Apple Mac OS X) *
• MediaTomb (Linux) *
* = free of charge versions available
Please refer to the documentation for your chosen server application for full details of its
configuration and usage.
ACCESSING YOUR AUDIO FILES VIA A UPNP SERVER
If your computer is running Windows (XP or Vista), then Windows Media Player version 11
includes a UPnP server which will make your files available to Audisse Shokunin. There are
other UPnP server solutions available for non-Windows users and for Windows users who
may wish to use an alternative (see the preceding page).
It is beyond the scope of this instruction book to cover all possible options for UPnP. We
explain the use of Microsoft’s Windows Media Player here since that will be the first choice
for the majority of users.
SET UP UPNP ACCESS ON A WINDOWS PC
1. If your PC is running Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Vista then you can use
Microsoft’s Windows Media Player version 11 to act as your UPnP (Universal Plug and
Play) media server. If not already installed on your PC, Windows Media Player 11 may be
downloaded from Microsoft’s web site and installed by following the instructions detailed in its
installation wizard, or by using Microsoft’s Windows Update facility.
2. Once installed, Windows Media Player 11 can create a library from all the media files
available to it on your PC. To add new media files to the library, select the ‘Library’ tab, then
‘Add to Library... > Advanced Options’, click ‘Add’, choose the files you wish to add and click
‘OK’.
The next step is to connect Audisse Shokunin to Windows Media Player 11 and to configure
the program to allow the sound system to access your media library.
3. Press the Power button to switch the unit on. Then press the Source button as needed
until the Music Player mode display is shown. The main ‘Music Player’ menu will then be
displayed.
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SOURCE
MENU
TUNING Music
SEEK/SELECT
player
FWD.
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Shared media’ is highlighted and press the
control to select. The sound system will scan for all available UPnP servers. It may take a
few seconds for the radioVOLUME
to complete its scan. The radio will display ‘<Empty>’ if no UPnP
BACK
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servers are found.
INFO
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
5. After scanning, select your UPnP server using the Tuning/Seek/Select control. If you are
using
WMP 11 as the server, Audisse Shokunin will then normally display ‘Unauthorised VOLUME
Select
to retry’ at this stage.
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PRESET
Shared media
Twonky Server
myMusic Station
>
>
PRESET +
6. Your PC may prompt you that there has been a connection to your UPnP server. Whether
prompted or not, in order that the sound system may access the music files, you will need
to click the ‘Library’ tab in WMP 11 and select the ‘Media Sharing...’ item to open the ‘Media
Sharing’ window. Make sure the box ‘Share my media to:’ is ticked.
7. In the ‘Media Sharing’ window, the sound system will be listed as an unknown device.
Click on the unknown device shown to select it, then click the ‘Allow’ button and then click
‘OK’. Note: If you are using Microsoft Windows’ firewall software, this should be correctly
configured by WMP 11. If you are using third party firewall software you may need to
manually configure it to allow your unit and WMP 11 to communicate.
8. On the sound system, select the named server again using the Tuning/Seek/Select control.
If WMP 11 is now able to communicate with Audisse Shokunin you will be presented with
some media selection options on the display.
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LOCATING AND PLAYING MEDIA FILES USING UPNP
Once the UPnP server has been configured to share media files with Audisse Shokunin, you
may select the files that you wish to play as follows:
1. Press the Power button to switch on the unit. Press the Source button as needed until the
Music Player mode display is shown. The main Music Player menu will then be displayed.
SOURCE
MENU
TUNING Music
SEEK/SELECT
player
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Shared media’ is highlighted on the display
2. Rotate
and then press the control to cause the sound system to scan for UPnP servers. Note that it
may take a few seconds VOLUME
for the sound system to complete its scan. The display will return to
the Music
if no UPnP servers are found.
BACKPlayer menu EQUALIZER
INFO
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
PRESET
3. After a successful scan, rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight your UPnP
server and then press the Tuning/Seek/Select control. If the display shows multiple media
VOLUME
types,
select ‘Music’. (Some UPnP servers can serve pictures and video content to suitable
EQUALIZER
devices.)
PRESET -
Shared media
Twonky Server
myMusic Station
PRESET +
>
>
Twonky Server
Music
Video
Pictures
Playlists
>
>
>
>
4. The sound system will now list the media categories that are made available by the UPnP
server - for example, ‘Album’, ‘Artist’ and ‘Genre’. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to
highlight which category you wish to browse, then press the control to confirm your choice.
If you wish to use the search function rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Search’
is selected on the display. You may select characters to build a keyword for searching for
content to play.
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Music
All music
Genre All Artists Contibuting Artists
Album Artists
>
>
>
>
>
When you first set up sharing with a UPnP server, not all of your files will be available
immediately. The UPnP server must look inside each file to identify the artist and album
information from ‘tags’ embedded in them. The server may also need time to access the
Internet to obtain additional information such as ‘album art’ that it can display when you
examine your music library on your PC. For a library of many files this can take some time.
LISTENING TO A COMPLETE ALBUM
When searching via UPnP you will have a selection of search criteria as determined by the
UPnP server software on your computer. This allows you to search by a given information
type (Album, Artist, Genre, etc.) and then to narrow the search to an album or to a particular
track within an album.
Some UPnP server applications allow the search options to be customised. The searches
described here are just examples of the possibilities.
1. Use the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose content by Artist, Album, Genre, etc.
according to your needs then press the control to enter your choice.
Twonky Server
Music
Video
Pictures
Playlists
>
>
>
>
Music
All music
Genre All Artists Contibuting Artists
Album Artists
>
>
>
>
>
2. When you reach the album or folder the menu will then switch to showing the tracks in that
album or folder. When searching by UPnP they will normally be listed in track number order
(but as with the search criteria, this can vary according to the server application used).
All Artists
Adele
Bach
Eric Capton
Jacky Cheung
Jennifer Warnes
>
>
>
>
>
Adele
Hello
>
When We Were Young >
Rolling In The Deep
>
3. With the first track in the album indicated, press the Tuning/Seek/Select control. The album
will then begin playing.
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While the sound system is playing from your media library, you may use the menus as
described above to choose a different selection. When you select the track from which to
play, the sound system will then immediately begin playing the new selection.
LISTENING TO A PARTICULAR TRACK
1. If you wish to play only a particular track from an album or folder, first choose the album or
folder as described on the preceding pages.
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the required track is highlighted.
Adele
Hello
>
When We Were Young >
Rolling In The Deep
>
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
SOURCE
3. Press
the Tuning/Seek/Select control. The track will begin playing. The radio will then play
VOLUME
TUNING
subsequent
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SEEK/SELECT
MENU
Music
player
10:02
Hello
SOURCE
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Artist:
FWD.
Adele
MENU
BACK
UPnP
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
FWD.
CONTROLLING
PLAYBACK
INFO
1. To pause playback of VOLUME
the current track, press the Preset/Play/Pause button.
BACK
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PRESET
INFO
2. Press the Preset/Play/Pause button again, playback will resume from the point where it
was paused.
PRESET -
3. To start playback of the previous track in the list, press the Preset -/ Skip Backward button.
PRESET -+
PRESET
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PRESET -
4. To start playback of the next track in the list, press the Preset +/ Skip Forward button.
PRESET +
REPEAT TRACKS
1. Ensure you are in the main Music Player menu.
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Repeat play’ is highlighted.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Music player
Shared media
My Playlist
Repeat play: On
Shuffle play: Off
Clear My Playlist
>
>
3. To activate the repeat option press the Tuning/Seek/Select control so that ‘On’ appears on
theVOLUME
display. Your selected tracks will be played repeatedly and the repeat indicator will show
on
the display.
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Music player
10:02
Hello
Artist:
Adele
UPnP
4. To turn off the repeat option highlight ‘Repeat play’ and press the Tuning/Seek/Select
control so that ‘Off’ appears on the display.
PLAY TRACKS IN RANDOM ORDER
1. Ensure you are in the main Music Player menu.
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Shuffle play’ is highlighted.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Music player
Shared media
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: On
Clear My Playlist
>
>
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3. To activate the random option press the Tuning/Seek/Select control so that ‘On’ appears
on the display. Your selected tracks will be played in random order and the random indicator
will show on the display.
Music player
10:02
Hello
Artist:
Adele
UPnP
4. To turn off the random option highlight ‘Shuffle play’ and press the Tuning/Seek/Select
control so that ‘Off’ appears on the display.
If both Repeat and Shuffle playback options are set to ‘On’ then both Repeat and Shuffle
SOURCE
icons
will be shown in the display.
MENUMODES
DISPLAY
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Audisse Shokunin has a range of display options when in Music Player mode. Note that
the availability
of information depends on the specific media files, their format and upon the
FWD.
server capability. (Not all UPnP servers make information from the media files available in the
same way.)
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
1. Press the Info button to cycle through the different options.
INFO
a. Progress bar
Music player
PRESET
10:02
Hello
4:56
2:39
PRESET UPnP
b. Artist
Music player
Hello
Artist:
Adele
UPnP
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Displays the artist information for the track currently playing.
10:02
PRESET +
Displays the playback progress for the track currently playing.
c. Album
Music player
Displays the album information for the track currently playing.
10:02
Hello
Album:
25
UPnP
d. Format
Music player
Displays the bit rate and format of the track currently playing.
10:02
Hello
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Codec: AAC
Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz
UPnP
e. Buffer
Displays the radios internal buffer status during media playback.
Music player
10:02
Hello
Playback buffer
UPnP
Whenever the Music Player is displaying an information screen (as opposed to a menu
screen), the time is displayed in the top-right corner of the display, and the WiFi strength is
shown in the bottom-right corner together with an indicator showing the method by which the
radio is obtaining the media - either from a UPnP server.
PLAYLISTS
Sometimes you may wish to set up a list of music tracks or albums that can then be played
without further action - as background music for a party, for example.
Audisse Shokunin can be configured to hold a queue of up to 500 tracks in a playlist menu.
The tracks or albums for the playlist can be selected from your UPnP serve. The playlist is
held in memory in Audisse Shokunin until external power is removed, or until the playlist is
cleared from the menu.
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ADDING A TRACK TO PLAYLIST
When selecting (or when playing) a track using a UPnP server press and hold the Tuning/
Seek/Select control and the display will show ‘Added to My playlist’.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
My playlist
Hello
When We Were Young
Rolling In The Deep
Set Fire To The Rain
Someone Like You
>
>
>
>
>
Added to My
playlist
The track will be added to the playlist for playback later.
VOLUME
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ADDING AN ALBUM OR FOLDER
1. When using a UPnP server highlight the chosen album, artist or folder and press and hold
the Tuning/Seek/Select control. The display will show ‘Added to My playlist’.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
All Artists
Adele
Bach
Eric Capton
Jacky Cheung
Jennifer Warnes
>
>
>
>
>
Added to My
playlist
2. VOLUME
Each of the tracks within the album, artist or folder selection will be added to the playlist
EQUALIZER This allows any unwanted tracks to be removed from the playlist if needed.
individually.
VIEWING YOUR PLAYLIST
1. Press the Power button to switch on the unit. Press the Source button as needed until
the Music Player mode display is shown. The Music Player menu will then be shown on the
display.
SOURCE
MENU
Music player
Shared media
TUNING
USB playback
SEEK/SELECT
My
Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
FWD.
BACK
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VOLUME
EQUALIZER
>
>
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My Playlist’ is highlighted on the display. Press
the control to enter the playlist.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
My playlist
Hello
When We Were Young
Rolling In The Deep
Set Fire To The Rain
Someone Like You
>
>
>
>
>
3. VOLUME
Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to scroll through the playlist. Tracks that are served
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via
UPnP will show their track name will show their file name.
ERASING A TRACK
SOURCE
1. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the main Music Player menu.
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My Playlist’ is highlighted on the display. Press
FWD. to enter the playlist.
the control
BACK
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
VOLUME
Music
player
Shared EQUALIZER
media
USB playback
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
3. VOLUME
Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the track you wish to erase is highlighted.
PRESET
EQUALIZER
Press
and hold the Tuning/Seek/Select control.
My playlist
Hello
When We Were Young
PRESET
- Deep
Rolling
In The
Set Fire To The Rain
Someone Like You
>
>
>
>
>
4. You will be asked to confirm the deletion. To delete the track rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
PRESET +
control until ‘YES’ is highlighted on the display. Press the control to cause the track to be
deleted.
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My playlist
Delete from
My playlist?
YES
NO
5. If you do not wish to delete the track from the list rotate the Tuning/ Select control to
highlight ‘NO’ and press the control to cancel the operation.
CLEARING THE PLAYLISTS
SOURCE
1. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the main Music Player menu.
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
2. ToFWD.
clear the whole playlist rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Clear My playlist’ is
highlighted on the display. Press the control.
BACK
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
VOLUME
Music
player
Shared EQUALIZER
media
USB playback
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
3. To clear the whole playlist rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘YES’ is highlighted
onVOLUME
the display. Press the control to cause the playlist to be cleared.
PRESET
EQUALIZER
Music player
Shared media
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
PRESET Shuffle play: On
Clear My Playlist
My playlist
>
>
Delete from
My playlist?
YES
NO
4. If you do not wish to clear the playlist rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight
‘NO’
and press
PRESET
+ the control to confirm.
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PLAYING YOUR PLAYLISTS
SOURCE
1. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the main Music Player menu.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My playlist’ is highlighted on the display. Press
FWD.
the control.
BACK
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
Music
player
VOLUME
Shared media
EQUALIZER
USB playback
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
3. To play the playlist from a particular track, rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the
VOLUME
desired
track is highlighted then press the control to start play.
EQUALIZER
PRESET
My playlist
Hello
When We Were Young
Rolling In The Deep
PRESET
Set
Fire To-The Rain
Someone Like You
>
>
>
>
>
4. While playing from the playlist, you can use this function to jump to a particular track within
thePRESET
playlist.+
5. While playing from the playlist, you may add additional tracks or albums or remove specific
tracks.
Prune servers
Your radio stores details of UPnP servers that it has seen via its network connection in
its internal memory. If you use the radio at different locations, you may find that there are
servers listed by the radio that you are no longer interested in. This prune servers functions
allows the list to be updated so that only active UPnP servers on the currently connected
network are shown when selecting ‘Shared Media’ from the Music Player menu.
SOURCE
1. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the main Music Player menu.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
2. Rotate
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Prune servers’ is highlighted on the display.
Press the control.
BACK
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
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3. To remove servers that are no longer required rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until
‘YES’ is highlighted on the display. Press the control to cause the servers to be removed.
Prune servers
Prune shared media
wake on LAN servers?
YES
Shared media
Twonky Server
myMusic Station
>
>
NO
4. If you do not wish to prune servers rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight ‘NO’
and press the control to confirm.
USING USB MEMORY DEVICES
This section describes how to use your radio to access and playback your audio files via USB
memory devices.
USB memory devices plug into the rectangular slot on the top of your radio on the left hand
side.
Important: Your radio is only designed to work with USB flash memory devices. It is not
intended to be connected to hard disk drives or any other type of USB device.
The Shokunin radio has been tested with a range of USB memory devices of up to 128GB
capacity. USB memory must use the FAT or FAT 32 filing system in order to operate with your
radio. Your radio is unable to play from media formatted using the exFAT or NTFS formats.
It is possible to use SD or SDHC cards for media storage and playback when held in a
suitable USB adaptor. However, due to the wide variation of such adaptors, it is not possible
to guarantee that all adaptor / card combinations will work in the radio.
Audio formats supported are MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC and WAV. USB playback does not
support files encoded using WMA Lossless, WMA Voice, WMA 10 Professional, nor files of
any format, which have DRM protection.
Recommendations:
Unless you have only a few files on the USB memory device, do not place all files in the root
folder.
The number of items (files / sub-folders) in any folder should be less than 2000.
Searching and playback will be more responsive if the number of files in any one folder is
limited (we suggest not more than 250).
It is recommended that the USB memory is reformatted in your computer before adding your
music files.
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The maximum depth of folder nesting permitted is 8 folder levels (but playback is only from
the currently selected level).
Shuffle and Playlist functions are limited to 500 tracks.
Cautions:
Remove the USB memory before carrying the unit or if not using the USB feature for a
prolonged period.
Place the unit in Standby mode before removing your USB memory device.
WARNING: Never use the USB socket in rainy or moist conditions to prevent moist from
entering the radio. Keep the rubber cover well closed under these conditions.
PLAYING FILES FROM USB MEMORY DEVICES
1. Carefully insert the USB memory device into the USB slot. Press and release the Power
button to switch on the radio. The radio may detect that the memory has been connected,
in which case it will ask whether you wish to open the folder view of the memory contents.
Press the Tuning/Select control to select ‘Yes’ and skip to step 4 below. If the USB memory
was not automatically detected, proceed as follows.
USB playback
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
USB disk attached Open folder ?
YES *
NO
2. To select USB playback mode press the Mode button as needed until the Music Player
mode
is selected.
VOLUME
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3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘USB playback’ is highlighted on the display
and press the control. The radio will now list the content stored on the USB memory device. If
there are many files or folders this may take a few seconds.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
>
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the required folder and press the
VOLUME
control
to enter the current folder. The list of tracks in the current folder will be displayed.
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Alternatively, if you have nested folders (such as album folders within an artist folder) then
you will simply step to the next folder level.
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
USB playback
AAC music FLAC
Apple Lossless
MP3
>
>
>
>
5. VOLUME
Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the track and press the control to begin
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playing from the highlighted track. All files in the current folder will then be played in turn.
Files are sorted by file name in numeric-alpha order (0-9...A-Z) before being played. Albums
will play in the current order if the file name begins with the track number (use leading zeroes
if more than 9 tracks). Controlling playback from the USB memory device including Shuffle
SOURCE
and Repeat functions is explained in the previous pages.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
MENUMODES
DISPLAY
Audisse Shokunin has a range of display options when in Music Player mode. Note that
FWD.
the availability
of information depends on the specific media files, their format and upon the
server capability. (Not all UPnP servers make information from the media files available in the
same way.)
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
1. Press the Info button to cycle through the different options.
INFO
a. Progress bar
Music player
PRESET
10:02
Hello
4:56
2:39
PRESET USB
b. Artist
Displays the artist information for the track currently playing.
Music player
10:02
PRESET +
Hello
Artist:
Adele
USB
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Displays the playback progress for the track currently playing.
c. Album
Displays the album information for the track currently playing.
Music player
10:02
Hello
Album:
25
USB
d. Folder
Displays the folder name of the current playing track.
Music player
10:02
Hello
Folder:
AAC music
USB
e. Path
Displays the path of current playing track in the USB.
Music player
10:02
Hello
Path:
usb://AAC music/Hello.m4a
USB
f. Format
Displays the bit rate and format of the track currently playing.
Music player
10:02
Hello
Bit rate: 320 kbps
Codec: AAC
Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz
USB
g. Buffer
Displays the radios internal buffer status during media playback.
Music player
10:02
Hello
Playback buffer
USB
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h. Date
Displays date information.
Music player
10:02
Hello
Date:
31/10/2016
USB
Whenever the USB Player is displaying an information screen (as opposed to a menu
screen), the time is displayed in the top-right corner of the display, and a WiFi strength is
shown in the bottom-right corner together with an indicator.
PLAYLISTS
Sometimes you may wish to set up a list of music tracks or albums that can then be played
without further action - as background music for a party, for example. Your radio can be
configured to hold a queue of up to 500 tracks in a playlist menu. The tracks or albums for
the playlist can be selected from your UPnP server and from a USB memory device. The
playlist is held in the memory in your radio until the external power is removed, or until the
playlist is cleared from the menu. Note that the playlist is not retained in Standby mode when
the radio is running on batteries.
ADDING A SINGLE TRACK TO YOUR PLAYLIST
1. When selecting (or when playing) a track using a UPnP server or a USB memory device
press and hold the Tuning/Seek/Select control and the display will show ‘Added to My
playlist’.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Music player
Shared media
USB playback >
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
2. The track will be added to the playlist for playback later.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
Added to My
playlist
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ADDING AN ENTIRE ALBUM OR FOLDER
1. When using a UPnP server or a USB memory device highlight the chosen album, artist or
folder and press and hold the Tuning/Seek/Select control. The display will show ‘Added to My
playlist’.
2. Each of the tracks within the album, artist or folder selection will be added to the playlist
individually. This allows any unwanted tracks to be removed from the playlist if needed.
VIEWING YOUR PLAYLIST
1. Press and release the Power button to switch on the unit. Press the Source button as
needed until the Music Player mode display is shown. The Music Player menu will then be
shown on the display.
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My Playlist’ is highlighted on the display. Press
the control to enter the playlist.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Music player
Shared media
USB playback >
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to scroll through the playlist. Tracks, which are
VOLUMEvia UPnP will show their track name and USB tracks will show their file name.
served,
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My playlist
Hello
When We Were Young
Rolling In The Deep
Set Fire To The Rain
Someone Like You
>
>
>
>
>
ERASING A TRACK FROM THE PLAYLIST
SOURCE
1. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the main Music Player menu.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My Playlist’ is highlighted on the display. Press
FWD.
the control to enter the playlist.
BACK
INFO
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the track you wish to erase is highlighted.
VOLUME
Press
and hold the Tuning/Seek/Select control.
EQUALIZER
4. You will be asked to confirm the deletion. To delete the track, rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘YES’ is highlighted on the display. Press the control to delete the track.
5. If you do not wish to delete the track from the list rotate the Tuning/ Select control to
highlight ‘NO’ and press the control to cancel the operation.
CLEARING THE PLAYLIST
SOURCE
1. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the main Music Player menu.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
2. ToFWD.
clear the whole playlist rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Clear My playlist’ is
highlighted on the display. Press the control.
BACK
TUNING
INFO
SEEK/SELECT
VOLUME
Music
player
Shared EQUALIZER
media
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: On
Clear My Playlist
>
>
3. VOLUME
To clear the whole playlist rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘YES’ is highlighted
PRESET
on
the display. Press the control to clear the playlist.
EQUALIZER
My playlist
PRESET -
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET +
Delete from
My playlist?
YES
NO
4. If you do not wish to clear the playlist rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight
VOLUME
‘NO’
and press the control to confirm.
EQUALIZER
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PLAYING YOUR PLAYLISTS
SOURCE
1. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the main Music Player menu.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My playlist’ is highlighted on the display. Press
FWD.
the control.
BACK
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
VOLUME
Music
player
Shared EQUALIZER
media
USB playback
My Playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
>
>
3. To play the playlist from a particular track, rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the
desired
VOLUMEtrack is highlighted then press the control to start play.
PRESET
EQUALIZER
TUNING
PRESET SEEK/SELECT
My playlist
Hello
When We Were Young
Rolling In The Deep
Set Fire To The Rain
Someone Like You
>
>
>
>
>
4. While playing from the playlist, you can use this function to jump to a particular track within
theVOLUME
playlist.+
PRESET
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5. While playing from the playlist, you may add additional tracks or albums or remove specific
tracks.
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DAB+ DIGITAL RADIO
USING DAB MODE FOR THE FIRST TIME
1. Carefully extend the telescopic aerial.
Please make sure the antenna does not make contact with the metal handle. This influences
the reception level.
2. Press the Power button to switch on the sound system. If the sound system has been used
before the last used mode will be selected.
3. Press the Source button as needed so that DAB radio mode is selected on the display.
SOURCE
TUNING
)
DAB
radio
11001011 ))
SEEK/SELECT
10100111
MENU
FWD.
4. If this
is the first time, the display will show ‘Scanning’. (If the sound system has been used
before the last used station will be selected instead.)
VOLUME
10:02
EQUALIZER
BACK
Scan
Stations: 35
Scanning
INFO
During the scanning process, as new stations are detected the station counter will increase
andPRESET
the stations will be added to the list that is stored in the sound system. The bar graph
indicates the progress of the scan.
5. When scanning is completed the radio will list the stations found (in numeric-alpha order
0....9...A...Z), unless it has previously been tuned to a DAB station.
PRESET
Rotate
the Tuning/Seek/Select
control to scroll through the list of available DAB radio
stations.
PRESET +
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
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Station list
Antenne
Bayern 2 Sued
BR-KLASSIK
FH Europa
Fritz
Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the highlighted station. The display may show
‘Connecting...’ while the radio re-tunes.
DAB radio
NPO 3FM
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
10:02
Connecting ...
Use the Volume/EQ control to set the sound level as needed.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
6. If the station list is still empty after the scan the display will show ‘Service not available’. If
no stations are found it may be necessary to relocate Audisse Shokunin to a position giving
better reception.
SELECTING A DAB RADIO STATION
1. When playing a DAB radio station, the display normally shows the name of the current
station with other related information.
DAB radio
NPO 3FM
10:02
Description:
Serious Radio
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to access the radio station list and to scroll through
the available stations.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Station list
Antenne
Bayern 2 Sued
BR-KLASSIK
FH Europa
Fritz
3. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the highlighted station. The display may
VOLUME
show
‘Connecting...’ while the radio re-tunes.
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DAB radio
NPO 3FM
10:02
Connecting ...
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
4.
Use the Volume/EQ control to set the sound level as needed.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
Note: If the display shows ‘Station Not Available’ it may be necessary to relocate Audisse
Shokunin to a position giving better reception.
A question mark in front of the station name merely indicates that the station has not recently
been detected by the sound system. It may still be available.
SECONDARY SERVICES
Some DAB radio stations can have one or more secondary stations associated with them.
Typically these are not broadcast continually. If a station has a secondary station available
then the secondary will appear in the list of station names beneath the main (or primary)
station.
To listen to a secondary service, use the Tuning/Seek/Select control to scroll to the chosen
station, and press the control to tune to the station.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Station list
BBC Radio 3
BBC Radio 4
Daily Service
?Parliament
BBC Radio 5 Live
If the secondary service is not available (off-air) then the primary service will be selected.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
DISPLAY MODES
Audisse Shokunin has a range of display options when in DAB mode:
1. Press the Info button to cycle through the different options.
a. Text
Displays text messages such as the artist or track name, phone in number, traffic alerts, etc.
DAB radio
NPO 3FM
DAZZLED STICKS - De
Tunnel
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10:02
b. Program Type Displays the type of station being listened to such as Pop, Classic, News etc.
DAB radio
NPO 3FM
10:02
Pop Music
c. Multiplex Name / Frequency
Displays the name of the DAB multiplex to which the current station belongs as well as its broadcast frequency.
DAB radio
NPO 3FM
10:02
DAB+ NPO
Freq: 223.936MHz
d. Signal strength Displays the signal strength for the station being listened to.
The signal strength graph can be used when positioning the radio
or its antenna. For good reception the graph should occupy three
or more blocks.
DAB radio
NPO 3FM
10:02
Strength:
e. Bit rate and audio type
DAB radio
NPO 3FM
Displays the digital bit rate and audio coding information for the station being listened to.
10:02
Bit rate: 128kbps
Codec: AAC
Channels: Stereo
f. Date
DAB radio
NPO 3FM
Displays the current date.
10:02
Date:
08/03/2017
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g. Dynamic Label Plus(DL+) texts Some stations may provide other programme related information for display in addition to the regular text. If none is available, a DAB radio
10:02
message ‘[No DL+]’ is shown.
NPO 3FM
[No DL+]
A signal strength indicator is always shown in the lower area of the display on the right hand
side.
If the broadcast being received is in stereo, then the stereo speaker symbol will be shown.
If the currently tuned station has been stored as a preset, then the preset number will also be
shown.
FINDING NEW DAB RADIO STATIONS
Should you wish to use Audisse Shokunin for DAB reception in a new location, or if no
stations were detected during the initial scan, you can follow this procedure to allow Audisse
Shokunin to find out which DAB radio stations are available.
1. Ensure that the telescopic antenna is extended, and then press the Source button as
needed to select DAB radio mode.
SOURCE
MENU
TUNING
)
DAB
radio
11001011 ))
SEEK/SELECT
10100111
SOURCE
FWD.
2. Once
in DAB mode press
the Menu button.
TUNING
MENU
BACK
FWD.
INFO
SEEK/SELECT
DAB radio
VOLUME
Station
list
EQUALIZER
Full scan
Manual tune
Prune
DRC
>
>
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘Full scan’ is highlighted on the display.
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PRESET
INFO
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
DAB radio
Station list
Full scan
Manual tune
Prune
DRC
>
>
>
>
4. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to initiate the scan. The display will show ‘Scanning’
VOLUME
and
your radio will perform a scan of the DAB frequencies used in the country. As new
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stations are found the station counter will increase and stations will be added to the list. The
bar graph indicates the progress of the scan.
Scan
10:02
Stations: 35
Scanning
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
VOLUME
MANUAL
EQUALIZER TUNING
Manual tuning allows you to tune directly to the various Band III DAB channels (5A to 13F).
SOURCE
TUNING
1. When in DAB mode press
Menu button so that the display shows the DAB menu.
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
2. Rotate
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Manual tune’ is highlighted.
BACK
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
DAB radio
Station list
VOLUME
Full scanEQUALIZER
Manual tune
Prune
DRC
>
>
>
>
3. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter manual tune mode.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
Manual tune
PRESET
5A174.928MHz
5B176.640MHz
5C178.352MHz
5D180.064MHz
6A181.936MHz
PRESET -
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4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose the required DAB channel.
Scan
10:02
5D 180.064MHz NPO
Strength:
5. Press the Tuning/Select to cause the radio to tune to the chosen channel.
When the radio has tuned, the display shows the channel number and frequency, and the
name of the DAB multiplex found (if any).
A bar graph shows the signal strength and is useful if you need to reposition the radio or
its aerial. The minimum signal marker ‘I’ that separates the left and right parts of the signal
graph shows the minimum signal level required for satisfactory reception.
Any new radio stations found on the tuned DAB multiplex will be added to the list stored in
the radio.
6. Press the Menu or Back button to choose a different frequency.
7. Press the Menu or Back button a second time to access the main DAB menu then select
‘Station list’ to return to normal tuning.
DYNAMIC RANGE CONTROL SETTINGS
Dynamic Range Control (also known as DRC) can make quieter sounds easier to hear when
your radio is used in a noisy environment by reducing the dynamic range of the audio signal.
1. Press the Power button to switch on Audisse Shokunin.
2. Press the Source button as needed to select DAB radio mode.
SOURCE
MENU
TUNING
)
DAB
radio
11001011 ))
SEEK/SELECT
10100111
SOURCE
FWD.
3. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the DAB menu.
MENU
BACK
FWD.
INFO
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SEEK/SELECT
DAB radio
VOLUME
Station
list
EQUALIZER
Full scan
Manual tune
Prune
DRC
VOLUME
>
>
>
>
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘DRC’ is highlighted on the display.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
5. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter the DRC adjustment mode. The current
DRC setting will be indicated with an asterisk.
VOLUME
DRC
EQUALIZER
DRC high
DRC low
DRC off
6. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the required DRC setting (the default is
Off).
‘DRC Off’ - DRC is switched off, Broadcast DRC will be ignored. ‘DRC high’ - DRC is set as sent by broadcaster.
‘DRC low’ - DRC level is set to half that sent by broadcaster.
7. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to confirm the setting.
Note: Not all DAB broadcasts use the DRC function. If the broadcast does not provide DRC
information, then the DRC setting in the sound system will have no effect.
STATION ORDER SETUP
Audisse Shokunin has 3 station order settings from which you can choose. The station order
settings are, alphanumeric, ensemble and valid.
Note: The default station order on your radio is alphanumeric.
1. Press the Power button to switch on your radio.
2. Press the Source button as needed to select DAB radio mode.
SOURCE
MENU
TUNING
)
DAB
radio
11001011 ))
SEEK/SELECT
10100111
FWD.
BACK
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
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SOURCE
3. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the DAB menu list.
SEEK/SELECT
DAB radio
MENU
Full scan
Manual tune
Prune
DRC
Station order
FWD.
>
>
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘Station order’ is highlighted. Press the Tuning/
Seek/Select control to enter the station order adjustment mode.
INFOthe Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose between ‘Alphanumeric’, ‘Ensemble’
5. Rotate
and ‘Valid’. ‘Alphanumeric’ - sorts the station list alpha-numerically 0...9 A...Z. ‘Ensemble’
- organises the station list by DAB multiplex. ‘Valid’ - shows only those stations for which a
signal can be found. The current setting is indicated by an asterisk.
PRESET
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Station order
Alphanumeric
Ensemble
Valid
*
PRESET -
6. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the required station order.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
7. Press the
PRESET + Menu button as needed to return to the DAB menu or to the stations list.
PRUNE STATIONS
If you move to a different part of the country, some of the stations that were listed may no
longer be available. Also, from time to time, some DAB services may stop broadcasting, or
may change location or frequency. Stations which cannot be found, or that have not been
received for a very long time are shown in the station list with a question mark.
The Prune stations function will delete the marked DAB stations from your station list.
1. Press the Power button to switch on Audisse Shokunin.
2. Press the Source button as needed to select DAB radio mode.
SOURCE
MENU
TUNING
)
FWD.
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BACK
DAB
radio
11001011 ))
SEEK/SELECT
10100111
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
SOURCE
3. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the DAB menu.
SEEK/SELECT
DAB radio
MENU
Full scan
Manual tune
Prune
DRC
Station order
FWD.
>
>
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘Prune invalid’ is highlighted. Press the Tuning/
Seek/Select control.
5. ToINFO
cause the stations list to be pruned, eliminating unavailable stations rotate the Tuning/
Seek/Select control until ‘YES’ is highlighted on the display.
Prune invalid
PRESET
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
This removes all invalid
stations, continue ?
YES
NO
PRESET 6. VOLUME
Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to cause the invalid station names to be removed
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from the station list.
If you
do not
PRESET
+ wish to prune stations, highlight ‘NO’ and then press the control. The display will
revert to the previous menu.
Note: If you have moved Audisse Shokunin to a different part of the country you should also
carry out a search for new stations.
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FM RADIO
OPERATING IN FM MODE
1. Carefully adjust the rod antenna and press the Power button to switch on Audisse
Shokunin.
2. Press the Source button as needed to select FM radio mode.
SOURCE
MENU
TUNING
)) )
SEEK/SELECT
FM
FM
radio
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control in a clockwise direction. The displayed frequency
3. Rotate
will increase. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to carry out an auto-tune. Your radio will
VOLUME
scan up the FM band from
the currently displayed frequency and will stop scanning when it
BACK
finds a station of sufficient
strength.
EQUALIZER
FM radio
INFO
101.00 MHz
10:02
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
4. The display will show the frequency of the signal that has been found. If RDS information
is available,
after a few seconds the display will show the radio station name.
VOLUME
If EQUALIZER
you only hear hiss or interference, simply press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to scan
further. Audisse Shokunin may have found a spurious interference signal.
PRESET -
FM radio
10:02
Sky Radio 101FM
PRESET +
5. To find more FM stations press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to repeat the scan
operation. To scan down in frequency, rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control in a anticlockwise direction first and then press the control. Your radio will scan down the FM band
from the currently displayed frequency and will stop scanning when it finds a signal of
sufficient strength.
6. When the end of the waveband is reached Audisse Shokunin will recommence tuning from
the opposite end of the waveband.
7. Use the Volume/EQ control to adjust the sound level as needed.
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MANUAL TUNING
1. Carefully extend the telescopic aerial and press the Power button to switch on Audisse
Shokunin.
2. Press the Source button as needed to select FM radio mode.
SOURCE
MENU
TUNING
)) )
SEEK/SELECT
FM
radio
FM
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control to control the frequency that the radio will tune to.
3. Rotate
The frequency will change in steps of 50kHz. When the end of the waveband is reached the
radio will recommence tuning
from the opposite end of the waveband.
VOLUME
BACK
INFO
EQUALIZER
FM radio
101.00 MHz
10:02
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
4. Use
the Volume/EQ control to adjust the sound level as needed.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
DISPLAY MODES
PRESET
Audisse
Shokunin
has a range of display options when in FM mode:
1. Press the Info button to cycle through the different options.
a. Text
PRESET +
Displays text messages such as the artist or track name,
phone in number, traffic alerts, etc.
FM radio
10:02
Sky Radio 101FM
Amy MacDonald - This is
The Life
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b. Program Type Displays the type of station being listened to such as Pop,
Classic, News etc.
FM radio
10:02
Sky Radio 101FM
Pop music
c. Frequency
Displays the frequency of the FM signal.
FM radio
10:02
Sky Radio 101FM
101.00 MHz
d. Date
Displays the current date.
FM radio
10:02
Sky Radio 101FM
Date:
08/03/2016
Note: If no RDS information is available, then the radio will only be able to display the
frequency. There will be no text or programme type information available under these
conditions.
The sound system only provides displays when there is information available. So if there is
no text, for example, that display is not available.
The stereo speaker display shows that the radio is receiving a stereo broadcast.
SCAN SETTING
When using the FM mode Audisse Shokunin can be set to either scan local stations or to
scan all stations including distant radio stations.
1. Press the Source button as needed to select FM radio mode.
SOURCE
MENU
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FWD.
TUNING
)) )
SEEK/SELECT
FM
FM
radio
SOURCE
2. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the FM menu.
SEEK/SELECT
FM radio
MENU
Scan setting
Audio setting
System settings
Main menu
FWD.
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘Scan setting’ is highlighted and then press the
control to enter the scan adjustment mode.
INFO scan setting is indicated with an asterisk.
The current
FM scan-level
All stations
PRESET
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
YES *
NO
4. To
set your
PRESET
- radio so that only the stations with the strongest signals are found during
scanning
VOLUME rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘YES’ is highlighted. Press the Tuning/
EQUALIZER
Seek/Select
control to confirm the setting. (Normally this will restrict scanning to local
transmissions.)
Alternatively,
PRESET + to set your radio so that all available stations are found during scanning (local
and distant transmissions) rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘NO’ is highlighted.
Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to confirm the setting.
FM scan-level
All stations
YES
NO *
5. Press the Menu button to return to the normal FM mode display.
STEREO / MONO SWITCHING
If the FM radio station being listened to has a weak signal, some hiss may be audible. It is
possible to reduce this hiss by forcing the radio to play the station in mono rather than stereo.
1. Press the Source button as needed to select the FM radio mode display and tune to the
required FM station as previously described.
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SOURCE
TUNING
)) )
SEEK/SELECT
FM
radio
FM
MENU
SOURCE
FWD.
2. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to enter the FM menu.
SEEK/SELECT
FM radio
VOLUME
Scan
setting
EQUALIZER
MENU
BACK
Audio setting
System settings
Main menu
FWD.
INFO
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘Audio setting’ is highlighted on the display.
Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter the audio setting mode.
PRESET
The current setting is indicated with an asterisk.
INFO
FM weak reception
Listen in Mono only?
PRESET TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
YES *
NO
4. To
switch+to mono in order to reduce the hiss from a weak FM signal rotate the Tuning/
PRESET
VOLUME
Seek/Select
PRESET - control until ‘YES’ is highlighted. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to confirm
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the setting.
Alternatively, to return to the normal automatic ‘stereo or mono’ mode rotate the Tuning/Seek/
Select control until ‘NO’ is highlighted. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to confirm the
setting.
PRESET +
FM weak reception
Listen in Mono only?
YES
NO *
5. Press the Menu button to return to the normal FM mode display.
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PRESETTING STATIONS IN DAB AND FM MODES
There are 40 memory presets each for DAB and FM radio. They are used in the same way
for each operating mode.
SOURCE
TUNING
The Audisse Shokunin has the unique function of Preset + and Preset –
SEEK/SELECT
This enables you to quickly zap through your whole preset list.
MENU
When performing a Factory Reset the whole Preset memory of the radio will be emptied.
FWD.
To store
radio stations into 40 memory presets by using Preset button.
1. Press the Power button
to switch on Audisse Shokunin.
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
2. Tune to the required radio station as previously described.
3. ToINFO
store the station as a preset station, press and hold the Preset button until the display
shows a preset menu ‘Save to Preset’.
PRESET
Save to Preset
1. 1.fm Absolute Top 40
2. [Not set]
3. [Not set]
4. [Not set]
5. [Not set]
PRESETthe
- Tuning/Seek/Select control to the desired preset number until it is highlighted.
4. Rotate
Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to confirm and the display shows ‘Preset Stored’. The
station will be stored under the chosen preset button. Repeat this procedure as needed for
the remaining presets.
PRESET +
Preset stored
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
5. Stations that are already stored in the presets may be over written by following the above
VOLUME
procedure.
EQUALIZER
Note: The radio station presets are retained in memory when the sound system is switched
off and disconnected from the mains supply.
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FWD.
RECALLING A PRESET IN DAB AND FM MODES
VOLUME
1. Press
the Power button
to switch on Audisse Shokunin.
BACK
EQUALIZER
SOURCE
2. Select
the required operating mode using the Source button.
INFO
SOURCE
MENU
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
3. You
can briefly press the Preset -/Skip Backward button to recall the previous one preset
MENU
station.
For example, if you are playing P2, the Preset -/Skip Backward button will recall the
PRESET
FWD.
P1 station if it exists.
FWD.
BACK
PRESET BACK
INFO
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
Note: If the P1 station is not existing in the preset menu, the sound system will directly search
INFO
for the
previous available station in the list, then play.
PRESET +
Note:
If there is no available station in the preset list, the sound system will display a pop-up
PRESET
screen with an announcement “Preset empty”.
4. orPRESET
you can briefly press the Preset +/Skip Forward button to recall the next one preset
station in the list. For example, if you are playing
PRESET -
5. P2, the Preset +/Skip Forward button will recall the P3 station if it exists.
PRESET PRESET +
PRESET +
Note: If the P3 station is not existing in the preset menu, the sound system will directly search
for the next available station in the list, then play.
Note: If there is no available station in the preset list, the sound system will display a pop-up
screen with an announcement “Preset empty”.
Or press and release the Preset button until the display shows the “Recall from Preset”
screen.
5. Use the Tuning/Seek/Select control to scroll through the preset list until you reach the
preset you want to select. Press and release the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the
preset.
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BLUETOOTH
The Bluetooth mode on your sound system allows you to play audio, play sound from
video files and stream music from Bluetooth capable devices such as your mobile phone,
computer, tablet etc. through your Audisse Shokunin’s loudspeakers.
●
When a Bluetooth enabled device such as your Audisse Shokunin sound system is in a
‘
discoverable’ state other Bluetooth devices can detect, pair with or connect to it.
●
‘Bluetooth pairing’ occurs when two Bluetooth enabled devices agree to establish a connection and communicate with each other.
●
The blue Bluetooth connected LED on the front panel will blink fast with short intervals when it is discoverable or when it is trying to connect to a previously paired Bluetooth device. When a device is paired with and connects to the radio, the blue Bluetooth connected LED will blink slow with long intervals.
Bluetooth connectivity performance may vary depending on the connected Bluetooth devices.
Please refer to the Bluetooth capabilities of your device before connecting to your sound
system. All features may not be supported on some paired Bluetooth devices.
A Bluetooth connection can provide a link for audio up to a distance of approximately ten
metres. When pairing two Bluetooth enabled devices, for convenience, we recommend they
should be no more than 2 to 3 metres apart. The presence of other functioning Bluetooth
devices during connection may lead to operational difficulties.
Bluetooth is a short-range radio communication system and generally Bluetooth devices can
communicate with each other clearly within a regular sized room or office. The reliability of a
Bluetooth connection between different rooms will greatly depend upon the construction of
the building.
Bluetooth communication range may be substantially reduced if the signal passes through
a solid object. Human bodies, brick and concrete walls, heavy furniture or bookcases will all
reduce the operational range of your Bluetooth devices to a greater or lesser extent. Glass,
dry-wall or wood panelled walls and office partitions may have a less severe but noticeable
effect. Metal pipes, foil-lined plasterboard, metal window frames and domestic wiring can
also have an effect. You should position your Bluetooth devices closer to each other if you
observe communication difficulties.
WiFi networks and cordless phones generally use similar radio frequencies to Bluetooth and
may interfere with one another. If any interference is noticed, then try relocating the sound
system or one of the other devices.
The Bluetooth capabilities of your sound system enable it to receive audio from many
Bluetooth capable devices including mobile phones, personal computers and tablets. Only
one Bluetooth device can be connected to your sound system at a time. It supports the
following Bluetooth profiles and functionality.
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Your Audisse Shokunin supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) which is a stereo audio connection that streams stereo music from PCs, mobile phones etc. SBC 91
and AAC audio codecs are supported.
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Your sound system supports AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile) that allows your radio to control music playback from the connected device.
Note: Some mobile phones may temporarily disconnect from your sound system when you
make or receive calls. Some devices may temporarily mute their Bluetooth audio streaming
when they receive text messages, emails or for other reasons unrelated to audio streaming.
Such behaviour is a function of the connected device and does not indicate a fault with your
sound system.
CONNECTING BLUETOOTH DEVICES
The sound system allows to be connected to one Bluetooth device via Bluetooth connection.
1. Ensure that the Bluetooth capability on your phone, tablet or PC is enabled. You may
need to refer to the user documentation for your device, since the method will vary with each
device.
2. Press the Power button to switch on the Audisse Shokunin sound system.
3. Press the Source button on your sound system until the Bluetooth is selected.
SOURCE
TUNING
SOURCE
SEEK/SELECT
4. Press
the
Menu
button
to enter Bluetooth menu;
TUNING
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
Bluetooth
MENU
Bluetooth discoverable >
FWD.
View details
>
FWD.
BACK
Handsfree setup
System
settings
VOLUME
Main
menu
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>
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
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5. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select
control to select “Discoverable” and press the control to start
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enter Bluetooth discovery mode.
INFO Shokunin sound system will immediately enter discovery mode by flashing its
The Audisse
Bluetooth icon, and showing “Bluetooth Discoverable”, “Please connect with a device to:
Audisse Shokunin” on the display.
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6. Using the Bluetooth settings of your phone, tablet or PC direct it to search for
PRESET
‘discoverable’ devices. After a few seconds, you should see a device named ‘Audisse
Shokunin’. Just occasionally it may take longer for the sound system to be found by your
device.
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7. Select ‘Audisse Shokunin’ to cause your phone, tablet or PC to pair with your sound
system and to establish a connection.
8. Once the connection is established, the Bluetooth icon on the LCD will stop flashing and
will remain on. A message will be displayed briefly confirming and followed by a display with
the name of the connected device.
Connected
You can now begin playing music from your smart-phone, tablet, etc.
Bluetooth
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Some Bluetooth devices may require a ‘Passkey’ (an authentication key) in order to establish
a link between devices. A passkey is similar to a password, although you only need to use
the passkey once to establish a link. If your device asks for a passkey to be able to pair with
your radio then enter a code of 0000 (four zeroes).
PLAYING AUDIO FILES
When you have successfully connected your sound system with your chosen Bluetooth
device you can start to play your music using the controls on the device.
1. Once playing has started adjust the volume to the required setting using the Volume
buttons on your sound system or the connected Bluetooth device.
2. Provided that your phone, tablet or PC allows volume control when using Bluetooth we
recommend that for normal Bluetooth listening the sound system’s volume control is set to a
high level. This will permit the audio volume to be controlled using the connected Bluetooth
device. This will generally be the more convenient method of controlling the volume.
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BACK
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VOLUME
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INFO
3. The
audio player in PRESET
your phone,
PC may be able to respond to the Play/Pause ,
INFO
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Next and Previous buttons on the radio system.
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Note: That not all player applications or devices may respond to all of these buttons.
PRESET +
PRESET DISPLAY MODES
In Bluetooth mode, the sound system can display a range of information of the current
playing music on the display. Press the Info button to cycle through the various types.
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a. Artist
Bluetooth
Hello
Displays the artist’s name of the current playback music.
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Adele
b. Album
Bluetooth
Hello
Displays the album name of current playback music.
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c. Device Name Displays the Bluetooth name of current connecting device.
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ANSWERING INCOMING PHONE CALL
The Hands Free Calling feature allows you to answer an incoming phone call when the
sound system has been connecting to a Bluetooth mobile phone.
1. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control (Phone icon) on the right to pick up an incoming call.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
2. Speak towards the microphone (MIC) located bottom side of the radio.
3. Adjust
the conversation volume by rotating the Volume/EQ control. A lower volume setting
TUNING
VOLUME
can
reduce a possible echo in the phone conversation.
SEEK/SELECT
EQUALIZER
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
4. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control again to hang up the phone call.
Note: The volume of ring tone will be increased to maximum after the phone rings for about
10 seconds.
Note: The ringtone of iPhone will be streamed to the radio via Bluetooth. But because of
Android system, the ringtone of Android phone or other phones will only be sounded on the
mobile.
REDIALLING LAST NUMBER
The Hands Free Calling feature allows you redialling your last dialled phone number on your
mobile phone (in Bluetooth mode only).
1. Press the Power button to switch on the sound system.
2. Select Bluetooth mode by pressing the Source button.
SOURCE
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
3. After
Bluetooth
connection
has been established, press and hold the Tuning/Seek/Select
MENU
control (Phone icon) for more than 2 seconds. The last dialled phone number on your mobile
phone will be redialled.
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BACK
SEEK/SELECT
VOLUME
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
4.
Adjust the conversation volume by rotating the Volume/EQ control if necessary.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
5. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control again to hang up the phone call.
BLUETOOTH OPTIONS
The Bluetooth function can be set to operate in different ways as below:
1. Press the Power button to switch on the Audisse Shokunin sound system.
2. Press the Source button on your sound system until the Bluetooth is selected.
SOURCE
TUNING
SOURCE
SEEK/SELECT
3. Press
the
Menu
button
to enter Bluetooth menu;
TUNING
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
Bluetooth
MENU
Bluetooth discoverable
>
FWD.
View details
>
FWD.
BACK
Handsfree setup
System
settings
VOLUME
Main
menu
EQUALIZER
>
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
4. Press
the Tuning/Seek/Select
control to enter “Handsfree setup” from the menu.
INFO
5. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select “On in all modes” or “Only in Bluetooth
INFO
mode”
options, and press the control to select the setting.
Handsfree phone call
PRESET
On in all modes
Only in Bluetooth mode *
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PRESET a. On
in all -modes
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Bluetooth is turned on when the Audisse Shokunin sound system is on. You can playback music in the Bluetooth mode and use the Hands-Free-Calling feature to answer incoming phone calls in all operation modes, for example, also when you are listening
to the radio. As an indication, the blue Bluetooth connected LED
will be on (blinking with long intervals) in all operation modes.
b. Only in Bluetooth mode
Bluetooth is turned on only in Bluetooth mode. You can playback music and use the Hands-Free-Calling feature
to answer incoming phone calls in the Bluetooth mode only.
As an indication, the blue Bluetooth connected LED will be
on (blinking with long intervals) only in the Bluetooth mode and the Bluetooth indicator will also be shown in the display.
The Auto-Power management function will be activated in Bluetooth mode. If there is “Not
connected” for a period over 15 minutes, the unit will automatically switch to standby mode.
Pressing the Power button will wake up the sound system again.
BLUETOOTH INFO OF THE RADIO
In Bluetooth mode, it is possible to check the current Bluetooth status of the sound system.
1. Press the Power button to switch on the Audisse Shokunin sound system.
2. Press the Source button on your sound system until the Bluetooth is selected.
SOURCE
TUNING
SOURCE SEEK/SELECT
TUNING
3. Press
the
Menu
button
to enter Bluetooth menu.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
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4. Rotate
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select “View details” from the menu.
BACK
BACK
TUNING
INFO
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
VOLUME
Bluetooth
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VOLUME
Bluetooth
discoverable
ViewEQUALIZER
details Handsfree setup
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
>
>
5. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter.
PRESET
VOLUME
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Rotate the
PRESET Tuning/Seek/Select control to select “Bluetooth Info” from the menu and press
the control to enter.
View details
PRESET - Info
Bluetooth
Connected Device
PRESET
- List
Paired
Device
>
>
>
PRESET +
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7. Press the Back button to exit from the menu display.
a. Bluetooth Status
Displays the current Bluetooth connection status.
If the radio has been connecting to a mobile device via Bluetooth, this will be updated to display as “Connected”; If the radio is not connecting to any Bluetooth device, the Bluetooth status will become “discoverable”
b. Bluetooth Friendly Name Displays the Bluetooth name of the sound system “Audisse Shokunin”.
CONNECTED DEVICE TO THE RADIO
You can check the Bluetooth friendly name of current connected device in the sound system.
1. Press the Power button to switch on the Audisse Shokunin sound system.
2. Press the Source button on your sound system until the Bluetooth is selected.
SOURCE
TUNING
SOURCE
SEEK/SELECT
TUNING
3. Press
the
Menu
button
to enter Bluetooth menu;
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
FWD.
4. Rotate
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select “View details” from the menu.
BACK
BACK
TUNING
INFO
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
VOLUME
Bluetooth
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VOLUME
Bluetooth
discoverable
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View details Handsfree setup
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
>
>
5. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter.
PRESET
VOLUME
6.EQUALIZER
Rotate the
PRESET Tuning/Seek/Select control to select “Connected device” from the menu and
press the control to enter.
View details
PRESET -Info
Bluetooth
Connected Device
PRESET Paired Device List
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>
>
>
After these, the radio will display the Bluetooth friendly name of current connected device
right under “Connected to Device: “.
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7. Press the Back button to exit from the menu display.
CONNECTING A BLUETOOTH DEVICE
You can only have one Bluetooth device connected to the sound system at any one time
although it may be paired with several devices. Once you have a Bluetooth enabled device
connected to your sound system it cannot be interrupted by another Bluetooth device unless
you choose to break the connection.
1. To connect to a different device, press the Source button on your sound system until the
Bluetooth is selected.
SOURCE
TUNING
SOURCE
SEEK/SELECT
TUNING
2. Press
the
Menu
button
to enter Bluetooth menu.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
Bluetooth
MENU
Bluetooth discoverable >
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View details
>
FWD.
BACK
Handsfree setup
System
settings
VOLUME
Main
menu
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>
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
3. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select
control to enter “Bluetooth discoverable” from the menu to
INFO
start enter Bluetooth discovery mode.
INFO
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PRESET
Your Audisse Shokunin sound system will become ‘discoverable’ by other devices. The
PRESET Bluetooth indicator on the front panel will flash fast and showing “Bluetooth Discoverable”,
“Please
connect
with a device to: Audisse Shokunin” on the display. The sound system will
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then be discoverable by other devices.
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4. Then pair the sound system with the new device using its Bluetooth settings (the sound
system will be listed as ‘Audisse Shokunin’. The name of the newly connected device will be
briefly shown on the sound system’s display. You may then play music from the new device
through the sound system.
5. If you no longer want your Bluetooth device to be paired with your sound system you will
need to delete the ‘Audisse Shokunin’ pairing on the device. Please refer to your mobile
device’s Bluetooth user manual.
RECONNECTING THE MOBILE DEVICES EVER CONNECTED
In the Audisse Shokunin sound system, you can check the last 8 connected mobile devices
in the radio.
1. Press the Power button to switch on the Audisse Shokunin sound system.
2. Press the Source button on your sound system until the Bluetooth is selected.
SOURCE
TUNING
SOURCE
SEEK/SELECT
TUNING
3. Press
the
Menu
button
to enter Bluetooth menu.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
FWD.
4. Rotate
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select “View details” from the menu.
BACK
BACK
TUNING
INFO
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
VOLUME
Bluetooth
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VOLUME
Bluetooth
discoverable
ViewEQUALIZER
details Handsfree setup
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
>
>
5. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter.
PRESET
VOLUME
6.EQUALIZER
Rotate the
PRESET Tuning/Seek/Select control to select “Paired Device List” from the menu and
press the control to enter.
View -details
PRESET
Bluetooth Info
Connected
PRESET - Device
Paired Device List
>
>
>
PRESET +
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After
these,+the last 8 Bluetooth names of the mobile devices that have been connected to
the sound system will be displayed.
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7. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select any of the Bluetooth devices in the list.
8. If you want to connect this selected mobile device again, press the control to reconnect.
NOTE: Please be sure the Bluetooth function has also been enabled on the mobile device.
Otherwise, the Bluetooth connection will be ended after a few trials.
9. Press the Back button to exit from the menu display.
AUXILIARY INPUT SOCKET
WARNING: Never use the AUX-IN socket in rainy or moist conditions to prevent moist
from entering the radio. Keep the rubber cover well closed under these conditions.
A 3.5mm Auxiliary Input socket located on the rear of Audisse Shokunin is provided for
connecting the audio signal from an external audio source such as an MP3 or CD player.
1. Connect a stereo lead from the headphone output of your MP3 or CD player to the Aux In
socket located at the rear of the sound system. Typically this lead will have a 3.5mm stereo
plug at both ends.
2. Switch on Audisse Shokunin by pressing the Power button briefly.
3. Press the Source button until AUX in mode is shown on the display.
SOURCE
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
4. Press the ‘play’ on the connected audio device. If you are using its output for the
MENU
connection, set its volume control to a level of somewhere between two-thirds and maximum
(the objective is to get a strong audio signal but without too much distortion). Then adjust the
volume on the sound system as required. Note, if using an iPod as the sound source, you
may FWD.
need to set its output to maximum to get an adequate audio signal level.
Auxiliary input
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INFO
After use, disconnect your player in order to listen to Audisse Shokunin conventionally.
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INACTIVE STANDBY FEATURE
In order to minimise the energy consumption when the radio is not in use, your radio includes
an automatic Inactive Standby feature. This is designed to put your radio into standby if it
detects that it is no longer being used in the Internet radio mode when streaming is stopped,
or Music player mode when music playing is stopped, or Auxilary input mode when there is
no audio input signal.
If any of these conditions is detected for more than 10 minutes, then the radio will start a
5-minute countdown before entering standby. The display will show the time remaining. After
15 minutes of inactivity the radio will enter standby with the clock being displayed.
Pressing any button or resuming listening during the 15 minutes period will reset the standby
timer.
Standby in 5 minutes.
Please press
any button to cancel.
CLOCK AND ALARMS
AUTOMATICALLY UPDATING THE CLOCK
Audisse Shokunin will normally update the clock automatically when connected to the
internet. If you enter a time setting manually, the sound system will calculate a local time
offset, which is then stored in memory. Whenever it synchronises the clock using the internet,
including after a power failure, Audisse Shokunin will then set the clock automatically using
this information.
You may wish to use the sound system away from the internet, in which case you may
specify that the unit sets its clock from DAB or FM radio broadcasts. After a power failure the
radio will then set its clock the next time that you turn on the radio in DAB or FM mode.
Alternatively you may specify that the time is not automatically updated. In this case the clock
must always be set manually after a power interruption.
1. With
Audisse Shokunin switched on, press the Menu button to access the menu for the
SOURCE
current mode.
TUNING
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘System settings’ is highlighted on the display.
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Press the control to enter the system settings menu.
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VOLUME
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Main menu
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Time/Date’ is highlighted on the display. Press
theVOLUME
control to enter the time setup.
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System settings
Equaliser
Network
Time/Date
Brightness
Language
>
>
>
>
>
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Auto update’ is highlighted on the display.
Press the control to enter the auto-update menu.
Time/Date
Set Time/Date
Time auto update
Set format
Set timezone
Daylight savings
>
>
5. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose an update option from ‘Update from
DAB’, ‘Update from FM’, ‘Update from Network’ or ‘No update’ as required. Press the control
to confirm your choice. The sound system will then exit to the previous menu display.
Time auto update
Update from DAB
*
Update from FM
Update from Network
No update
MANUALLY SETTING THE CLOCK
The Audisse Shokunin sound system will normally set its clock automatically to the time zone
as you selected in the setup wizard after a connection to the Internet has been established.
Should you need to set the time manually, change the time zone, or manually switch from
winter to summer time, then please follow this procedure.
1. Press the Power button to switch on Audisse Shokunin.
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2. Press the Menu buttonTUNING
to access the menu for the current mode.
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
3. Rotate
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘System settings’ is highlighted on the display.
Press the control to enter the system settings menu.
Main
menu
VOLUME
Bluetooth
EQUALIZER
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
BACK
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
4. - VOLUME
-
EQUALIZER
PRESET
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>
To change the time zone setting go to step 11.
To change from winter to summer time go to step 13.
To change the current time or date setting rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘Time/Date’ is highlighted on the display, then press the control to enter the time and date setting screen.
Time/Date
PRESET
Set
Time/Date
Time auto update
Set format
Set timezone
Daylight savings
>
>
PRESET +
5.
Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Set Time/Date’ is highlighted on the
display. Press the control to enter the clock setup. The day digits will flash.
Date/Time
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
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12:01
6. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the correct day is shown on the display. Press
theVOLUME
control to enter the selection. The month digits will then flash.
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Date/Time
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
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VOLUME
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08-03-2016
12:01
7. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the correct month. Press the control to
enter the selection. The year digits will then flash.
Date/Time
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
08-03-2016
12:01
8. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the correct year. Press the control to enter
theVOLUME
selection. The hour digits will then flash.
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Date/Time
08-03-2016
12:01
9. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the correct hour. Press the control to enter
theVOLUME
selection. The minute digits will then flash.
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Date/Time
08-03-2016
12:01
10. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to select the correct minutes. Press the control to
VOLUME
enter
the selection. The display will then return to the previous menu.
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11. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Set time zone’ is highlighted on the display
then press the control.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Time/Date
Set Time/Date
Time auto update
Set format
Set timezone
Daylight savings
>
>
12. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the time zone, which is applicable to
VOLUME
your
location, then press the control to confirm the setting. Press the Menu button to exit or
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go to step 13 to set the summer / winter time option.
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Set timezone
UTC+00:00: Dublin, Lon...
UTC+00:30:
UTC+01:00: Madrid, Arr...
UTC+01:30:
UTC+02:00: Athens, Ca...
13. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Daylight savings’ is highlighted on the
VOLUME
display
then press the control. The asterisk shows the current setting. In Central European
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Countries, ON is equivalent to CEST (Central European Summer Time), OFF is equivalent to
CET (Central European Time).
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Time/Date
Set Time/Date
Time auto update
Set format
Set timezone
Daylight savings
>
>
14. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ as required then press
theVOLUME
control to confirm the setting.
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Daylight savings
Daylight savings?
ON
OFF *
15.Press the Menu button to exit.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
SETTING THE ALARM CLOCK
Audisse Shokunin has two separate alarms that can be set to wake you to either the radio or
a buzzer alarm. In the event of a power interruption Audisse Shokunin has built in memory
that will retain your alarm settings.
Important note: In Standby mode the alarm function can only be used when the radio is
operated on AC power. In Standby mode on battery power the radio will turn off fully after 30
seconds (battery power save mode) and will not be turned on by the alarm function/settings.
Ensure that the time is set correctly before setting the alarms.
1. With Audisse Shokunin switched on, press the Menu button to access the menu for the
SOURCE
current
mode. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Main menu’ is highlighted on the
display. Press the control TUNING
to enter the ‘Main menu’.
MENU
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SEEK/SELECT
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Alarms’ is selected on the display. Press the
control to see the current alarm settings. If no change is required, press the Menu or Back
buttons to exit.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Main menu
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the desired alarm (1 or 2) is highlighted on the
VOLUMEPress the control to enter alarm setup.
display.
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Alarms
Alarm 1: Off [00:00]
Alarm 2: Off [00:00]
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Time’ is highlighted on the display. Press the
control to adjust the alarm time.
VOLUME
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Alarm 1
Enable: Off
Time: 00:00
Mode: Buzzer
Volume: 25
Save
5. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose the alarm hour. Press the control to
confirm
VOLUMEthe setting.
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Alarm 1 time
07:00
6. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose the alarm minute. Press the control
to VOLUME
confirm the setting. The display will then return to the alarm setting menu. If the sound
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system has been set to use a 12 hour clock format, there will also be an option here for
setting AM or PM for the alarm time.
Alarm 1 time
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SEEK/SELECT
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7. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight ‘Enable’ and press the control. The
display will show the Frequency options for the alarm. The alarm frequency options are as
follows: ‘Off’ - the alarm will be disabled ‘Daily’ - the alarm will sound everyday ‘Once’ - the
alarm will sound once ‘Weekends’ - the alarm will sound only at weekends ‘Weekdays’ - the
alarm will sound on weekdays only. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose the
required alarm frequency option. Choosing Off will disable the alarm. Press the control to
confirm the selection. If you choose to set the alarm to Once you will also need to set the
date using the Tuning/Seek/Select control.
Alarm 1
Enable: Off
Time: 07:40
Mode: Buzzer
Volume: 25
Save
Alarm 1 frequency
Off
Daily
Once
Weekends
Weekdays
8. The alarm can be set to buzzer, Internet radio, DAB radio or FM radio. For whichever radio
mode is selected, the radio alarm may be set to any of the stations, which have been stored
as presets or to the station most recently listened to. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to
highlight the current ‘Mode’ option for the alarm, then press the control if you wish to change
it. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight either ‘Buzzer’ or the required radio
mode. Press the control to confirm the selection.
Alarm 1
Enable: Off
Time: 07:40
Mode: Buzzer
Volume: 25
Save
Alarm 1 mode
Buzzer
Internet radio
DAB radio
FM radio
9. If setting the alarm to a radio option, rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the
‘Preset:’ option then press the control if you wish to change it. Choose from either the radio
station ‘Last listened’ to, or from the presets 1 - 40. Scroll to the chosen option and press the
control to confirm the selection. Note that you can only set the alarm to use a preset that has
already been stored.
Alarm 1
Enable: Off
Time: 07:40
Mode: Buzzer
Preset: Last listened
Volume: 25
Alarm 1 preset
1. 1.fm Absolute Top 40
2. NDR 2
3. Antenne Bayern
4. SWR3
5. NPO 3FM
10. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the ‘Volume:’ option is highlighted on the
display and press the control if you wish to change it. The sound system uses the saved
volume setting for each alarm when it sounds. Rotate the control to set the required volume
and then press the control to confirm the setting.
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Alarm 1
Enable: Off
Time: 07:40
Mode: Buzzer
Volume: 25
Save
Date/Time
5
Alarm 1
Enable: Off
Time: 07:40
Mode: Internet radio
Preset: NDR 2
Volume: 5
11. In order to store the alarm settings rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Save’ is
highlighted. Press the control to store the alarm settings. Your radio will show ‘Alarm saved’
and will then go back to the list of alarms with the new alarm setting shown in the display.
If you decide not to save the settings, press the Back button. The display will show ‘Save
changes’ with a ‘YES’ or ‘NO’ option. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose ‘NO’
and then press the control. ‘Alarm not saved’ will show on the display. Active alarms are
shown using small alarm indicators at the bottom of the playing displays and on the clock
display when in standby.
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Alarm
Saved
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Note: If you make a mistake at any point while setting the alarms, use the Back button to go
back to the previous screen.
WHEN THE ALARM SOUNDS
The buzzer or radio alarm will sound at the selected times for up to 60 minutes unless
cancelled. The volume used for the alarm will be as specified during the alarm setting
procedure. If the radio cannot connect to the specified radio station, the buzzer alarm will be
used instead.
To cancel an alarm, press the Power button to return to standby mode. The alarm icon will
flash at the bottom of the playing mode displays, and the radio will automatically switch back
to stand-by mode when the 60 minutes have elapsed.
Note: If the radio is switched on because of an alarm you can control basic functions such as
volume and selecting presets. You cannot perform operations that involve the Tuning/Seek/
Select control since this also acts as the Snooze button.
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DISABLING ALARMS
1. To disable a single alarm enter the alarm setup menu and rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until the desired alarm is highlighted on the display. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select
control.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the ‘Enable:’ option is highlighted on the
display. Press the control.
3. VOLUME
Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight ‘Off’ and press the control.
EQUALIZER
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the ‘Save’ option is highlighted on the display
then press the control to save the new setting. The chosen alarm will now be disabled.
Alarm
Saved
SNOOZE TIMER
1. The buzzer or radio alarm can be silenced for 5 minutes by pressing the Tuning/Seek/
Select control. Should you wish for a longer snooze duration this can be extended. Pressing
the control again while the sound system is snoozed will set the available snooze time to 5,
10, 15 or 30 minutes.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
2. While the snooze timer is active the remaining snooze time is shown next to the flashing
alarm icon on the clock display.
VOLUME
3.EQUALIZER
In order to cancel the Snooze timer while the alarm is suspended, press the Power button.
The display will briefly show an ‘Alarm Off’ message.
SOURCE
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TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
SLEEP TIMER
Your radio can be set to turn off after a preset time has elapsed. The sleep timer setting can
be adjusted between 5 and 120 minutes in 5-minute increments.
1. Press the Power button to switch on your radio.
2. Access the menu for the current mode by pressing the Menu button. Rotate the Tuning/
Seek/Select
SOURCE control until ‘Main menu’ is highlighted on the display. Press the control to enter
the ‘Main menu’.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
MENU
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Sleep’ is highlighted on the display then press
FWD.
the Tuning/Seek/Select control.
BACK
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
INFO
Main
menu
VOLUME
FM radio
EQUALIZER
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until the required sleep time setting is selected.
VOLUME
Press
the Tuning/Seek/Select control to confirm the setting. The sleep timer can be set to
PRESET
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between 5 and 120 minutes, or to Off.
Set sleep time
PRESET30- minutes
5. Audisse
Shokunin will switch into stand-by mode after the preset time has elapsed. An
PRESET +
active sleep timer is shown using a small timer indicator at the bottom of the playing displays.
This indicator also shows the sleep time remaining before the radio switches itself into
standby mode.
DAB radio
NPO 3FM
10:02
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30
6. To cancel the sleep time before the preset time has elapsed and to turn off the sound
system, press the Power button to turn the unit off manually.
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EQUALISER FUNCTION
The sound on Audisse Shokunin can be adjusted to suit your personal taste for the material
that you are listening to. The Audisse Shokunin has a range of equaliser modes. Alternatively
you may set the treble and bass levels to your own preferences that can be accessed from
the My EQ menu item.
1. Press the Power button to switch on your radio. Access the menu for the current mode by
pressing the Menu button.
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘System settings’ is highlighted on the display.
Press the control to enter the system settings menu.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Main menu
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Equaliser’ is highlighted on the display. Press
theVOLUME
control.
EQUALIZER
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
System settings
Equaliser
Network
Time/Date
Brightness
Language
>
>
>
>
>
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to cycle through and highlight the various modes.
VOLUME
Press
the control to confirm your selection.
EQUALIZER
a - ‘Normal (Flat)’
b - ‘Jazz’
c - ‘Rock’
d - ‘Movie’
e - ‘Classic’
f - ‘Pop’
g - ‘News’
h - ‘My EQ’
The currently selected mode is marked with an asterisk.
Equaliser
Normal
Jazz
Rock
Movie
Classic
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SETTING UP YOUR MY EQ PROFILE
If you find the preset equaliser functions not to your liking, you may set up a custom treble
and bass setting as follows:
1. Follow steps 1-3 on the preceding page in order to enter the Equaliser menu.
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My EQ profile setup’ is highlighted on the
display. Press the control to enter the adjustment mode.
Equaliser
Classic
Pop
News
My EQ
My EQ profile setup
My EQ profile setup
Bass: 0
Treble: 0
>
3. To adjust the bass level rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Bass’ is highlighted
on the display. Press the control to enter the adjustment mode and rotate the control until
the desired level (between -10 and +10) is displayed. The sound will change as you turn the
control. Press the control when you are happy with the bass setting.
Bass
Bass
-10
8 dB
0
10
4. To adjust the treble level rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Treble’ is highlighted
on the display. Press the control to enter adjustment mode and rotate the control until the
desired level (between -10 and +10) is displayed. The sound will change as you turn the
control. Press the control when you are happy with the treble setting.
Treble
SOURCE
Treble
MENU
-10
8 dB
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
0
10
5. Press the Back button and the display will prompt you to save the changes. If you wish to
saveFWD.
the changes rotate the control to highlight ‘YES’. If you do not wish to save the changes
highlight ‘NO’. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter the selection.
BACK
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
INFO
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6. To use the ‘My EQ’ profile rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘My EQ’ is
highlighted, and then press the control to make the selection.
To quickly cancel the effect of the ‘My EQ’ profile rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until
‘Normal (Flat)’ is highlighted on the display and press the control to select. The treble and
bass settings will be remembered for the next time that you wish to use the ‘My EQ’ setting.
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
The brightness of the display can be adjusted for when the sound system is in Standby and
for when it is in use. If you use the unit in the bedroom, you may prefer a lower standby
brightness level than the standard setting. There are three brightness levels and an almost
off ‘night-time’ setting.
1. Press
the Power button to switch on Audisse Shokunin. Access the menu for the current
SOURCE
mode by pressing the Menu
button.
TUNING
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
2. Rotate
FWD.the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘System settings’ is highlighted on the display.
Press the control to enter the system settings menu. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control
until ‘Brightness’ is highlighted on the display. Press the control.
BACK
TUNING
INFO
SEEK/SELECT
VOLUME
Main menu
EQUALIZER
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
>
System settings
Equaliser
Network
Time/Date
Brightness
Language
>
>
>
>
>
3. To adjust the display brightness when the sound system is switched on rotate the
PRESET
Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘Normal’ is highlighted on the display. To adjust the display
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
brightness when the radio is in standby rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Standby’
is highlighted. Press the control to enter the selected brightness adjustment mode.
Brightness
Radio on
Radio standby
PRESET -
>
>
PRESET +
4. To adjust the brightness level rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control clockwise to increase
the brightness level and anti-clockwise to decrease it. The backlight level will change as the
control is rotated so that you can see the effect of each setting. Note that the backlight is
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almost completely off at the zero setting. Press the control to set the level. Press the Menu
button to exit.
Brightness
Medium High
Medium
Medium Low
Low
Off
When the sound system is in Standby mode, pressing a button or turning the rotary control
will cause the radio to switch to the Normal brightness level for a few seconds. This is so that
even if the Standby brightness level is set to zero (almost off), it is still possible to see the
time by quickly pressing a button.
FACTORY RESET
If you wish to completely reset Audisse Shokunin to its initial state this may be performed
by following this procedure. By performing a factory reset, all user entered settings will be
erased.
1. Access
the menu for the current mode by pressing the Menu button. Rotate the Tuning/
SOURCE
Seek/Select control to highlight
the ‘Main menu’ option, then press the control to select.
TUNING
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
FWD.
VOLUME
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2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘System settings’ is highlighted and then press
the control to select.
Main menu
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Factory Reset’ is highlighted and then press
theVOLUME
control. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control and highlight ‘YES’ to proceed.
EQUALIZER
If you do not wish to carry out a system reset, highlight ‘NO’ and then press the control. The
display will revert to the previous menu.
System settings
Brightness
Language
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
>
>
>
4. With ‘YES’ highlighted, press the Tuning/Seek/Select control. A full reset will be performed
VOLUME
and
the sound system will restart as if first plugged in. The DAB stations list together with any
EQUALIZER
preset stations will be erased and your wireless network connection details will be lost. All
configuration settings will be restored to their defaults, the clock and alarms will be reset.
Factory reset
Procees?
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
YES
NO *
In case of malfunction for any reason, reset the product as described above to resume
normal
operation. It may be necessary in some cases to disconnect the mains power, then
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
reconnect power after 10 seconds.
audisse
Shokunin
START UP
In case of malfunction due to electrical fast transient (burst), reset the product as above
(reconnection of the power source may be required) to resume normal operation.
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SOFTWARE UPDATE
From time to time, new software features for your radio may be developed. Audisse Shokunin
has therefore been designed to allow its internal software to be updated using your Internet
connection.
You should not attempt to update your radio unless it is recommended to you by Customer
Services. Updating the software may remove all network settings, radio station presets and
alarm settings from Audisse Shokunin.
It is important that you do not attempt this procedure unless you have a good Internet
connection and a reliable mains power supply. If the radio connects to your router using a
WiFi connection, make sure that this is also reliable before proceeding.
1. The ‘Software update’ option is accessed via the ‘System settings’ menu. When you select
‘Software update’ the menu will display ‘Auto check setting’ and ‘Check now’. If you want
Audisse Shokunin to check periodically for new software versions rotate the Tuning/Seek/
Select control to highlight ‘Auto check settings’. Then press the control and select ‘YES’. If
you do not want your radio to check for updates select the ‘NO’ option.
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
Main menu
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
Software update
Auto-check setting
Check now
>
System settings
Brightness
Language
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
>
>
>
Software update
Check periodically
for new versions?
YES
NO *
2. To check if there are any software updates available currently, rotate the Tuning/Seek/
Select control to highlight ‘Check now’ and then press the control. The sound system will
check to see if an update is available. The display will show ‘Checking for new versions’. If
there are no updates then the display will show ‘Software up to date’. If a software update is
available your radio will then offer the choice of updating the software or not, displaying ‘New
version available. Update software?’. Select the ‘YES’ option if you wish to go through the
update process.
Software update
Auto-check setting
Check now
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
3. If you choose to update Audisse Shokunin it will first download the new software and will
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
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then reprogram its internal memory. This may take a few minutes depending on the speed of
your internet connection.
4. Once the software update is completed, the sound system will prompt you to press Select
to restart. Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control and Audisse Shokunin will then restart. You
may find that you will need to reconfigure your network connection following an update. You
may also need to re-enter all radio station presets, alarm settings, and configuration options.
VERY IMPORTANT: Do not switch off the power to the sound system until the update
operation is complete and the radio has restarted, otherwise the unit may become
permanently damaged.
NETWORK PROFILES
Each time that you connect your radio to a WiFi network, the radio will store the details of
that connection (SSID, security key, DHCP/IP address settings) as a profile. Up to four such
profiles are stored in the sound system so that if the unit is used in multiple locations there is
no need to enter the network settings when returning to a location previously visited.
The sound system stores the four most recent profiles in memory identified by their SSID.
Normally the sound system will attempt to connect to one of the stored profiles and only if it is
unable to do so will you need to use the Network Wizard.
In the event that you visit a location only once you may wish to delete the profile for the
network in that location to avoid losing other profiles.
1. Access the menu for the current mode by pressing the Menu button. Rotate the Tuning/
Seek/Select
SOURCE control until ‘System settings’ is highlighted on the display. Press the control to
enter the settings menu. TUNING
MENU
SOURCE
FWD.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Main menu
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
>
VOLUME
FWD.
BACK
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘Network’ is highlighted on the display. Press
EQUALIZER
the control to enter theVOLUME
Network settings menu.
BACK
INFO
INFO
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
PRESET
EQUALIZER
Network settings
Manual settings
NetRemote PIN Setup
Network profile
>
Clear network settings >
Keep network connected
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Network profile’ is highlighted on the display.
PRESET VOLUME
Press
the
control to see the stored profiles. The profile that is currently in use (if any) is
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EQUALIZER
PRESET -
marked with an asterisk.
Network profile
Jame’s group*
Wilson
4. To remove a profile from memory, rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to highlight the
profile to be deleted and then press the control.
Confirm delete
Conform detele
YES
NO
5. The radio will offer a ‘YES’ or ‘NO’ selection. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to
select ‘YES’ and then press the control. The selected profile will be deleted.
Note that it is not possible to delete a profile that is currently in use.
SOFTWARE VERSION DISPLAY
The software version display is provided for reference and customer support purposes and
cannot be changed.
1. Access the menu for the current mode by pressing the Menu button. Rotate the Tuning/
Seek/Select
SOURCE control until ‘System settings’ is highlighted on the display. Press the control to
enter the System settingsTUNING
menu.
MENU
SOURCE
FWD.
MENU
SEEK/SELECT
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Main menu
Bluetooth
AUX-IN
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
>
VOLUME
BACKthe Tuning/Seek/Select
EQUALIZER
2. Rotate
control until ‘Info’ is highlighted on the display. Press the
FWD.
VOLUME version and radio ID.
control to display the software
BACK
INFO
INFO
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
PRESET
PRESET -
EQUALIZER
Info
SW version:
ir-mmi-FS2026-0500-036
-AUDISSE_V2.10.12.EX63
2-V1.00
Spotify version:
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Info
Spotify version:
Release-esdk-1.18.0-v1.1
8.0-g121b4b2b
Radio ID:
00261232BC0
Info
Friendly Name:
Audisse Shokunin
3. Press the Menu button to exit.
VOLUME
To adjust the volume, simply rotate the Volume/EQ control when the sound system is playing
in any of the powered on modes. The level of volume will be shown on the LCD in a sound
level range from muted to a maximum level - volume 40.
Safety And Courtesy Note:
To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods or
put your ears too close to the speakers.
Please use the volume level responsibly with respectable consideration of the situation and
other people or animals in the vicinity.
CHARGING A MOBILE PHONE
The USB socket on the back side can provide DC power of 5V/1A for charging a mobile
phone. Connect the mobile phone to the USB socket with an appropriate cable (not included
with Audisse Shokunin). The USB power is available in all the operating modes and including
standby mode. Refer to the user manual or the manufacturer of the mobile phone to verify if
it supports charging from an USB power. The USB socket is suitable for DC power-out only
and cannot be used for e.g. playback of music from a USB stick.
Warning: Never use the USB socket in rainy or moist conditions to prevent moist from
entering the radio and so to prevent potential short circuit. Always keep the rubber cover well
closed under these conditions.
It is recommended to use AC power while charging a mobile phone via USB socket. On
battery power it is also possible to charge a mobile phone from the USB socket, however
using battery power to charge a mobile phone will consume much energy from the battery
and so drain the battery fast.
AUDIO FAQ
Audisse Shokunin can access some audio help for Internet Radio use.
1. With Audisse Shokunin switched on and in the Internet Radio mode, press the Menu
button. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘Station list’ is highlighted on the display.
Press the Tuning/Seek/Select control.
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SOURCE
MENU
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
Internet radio
FWD.
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
>
>
>
VOLUME
BACK
EQUALIZER
2. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select
control until ‘Help’ is highlighted on the display. Press the
Tuning/Seek/Select control to enter the Help menu.
INFO
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET
Internet radio
Local Netherlands
Stations
Podcasts
My added stations
Help
>
>
>
>
3. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control until ‘FAQ’ is highlighted. Press the control to
display
some frequently asked questions.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
PRESET -
Help
Get access code
FAQ >
>
TUNING
SEEK/SELECT
PRESET +
4. Rotate the Tuning/Seek/Select control to choose a question that suits your requirements
and
press the control to listen to the answer. Adjust the volume as needed.
VOLUME
EQUALIZER
TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have difficulty connecting the radio to your computer network, some of these steps may
help to resolve the problem:
1. Confirm that a WiFi connected PC can access the Internet (i.e. can browse the web) using
the same network.
2. Check that a DHCP server is available (normally a router function). Your radio will by
default use DHCP unless you choose to disable it. This may be configured using the menu
items ‘Main Menu’ -> ‘System settings’ -> ‘Network’ -> ‘Manual settings’. This will ask first
whether you wish to configure a wireless connection. For wireless you then need to choose
‘DHCP enable’ or ‘DHCP disable’. If you enable DHCP then the radio will negotiate with your
router (or DHCP server) and will be provided with an IP address as well as the other settings
needed. If you wish to set the network configuration manually, refer to paragraph 6.
3. Check that your network’s firewall is not blocking any outgoing ports. As a minimum, the
radio needs access to UDP and TCP ports 80 and 123. Port 53 may be required for DNS.
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Some Internet radio services may require additional ports to be open. Windows Media Player
11 will allocate a port number for UPnP media sharing and will configure Microsoft’s Windows
built-in firewall appropriately. Other firewall software may require configuration for UPnP or to
allow particular IP addresses to have trusted access.
4. Check that your access point does not restrict connections to particular MAC addresses
(sometimes called MAC address filtering).
You can view the radio’s MAC address using the menu items ‘Main Menu’ -> ‘System
settings’ -> ‘Network’ -> ‘View settings’ -> ‘MAC address’.
The MAC address will typically be of the form
00:22:61:xx:xx:xx
5. If you have an encrypted network, check that you have entered the correct encryption key
into the radio. Remember that text-format WPA keys are case sensitive. If your radio displays
‘Network error’ when attempting to connect to an encrypted network, then please ensure that
you enter the correct key for the network. If the problem persists, then you may need to recheck your network configuration.
6. If you need to set up your radio’s IP address manually, you will need to know low-level
details of your network’s configuration. Use the menu items ‘Main Menu’ -> ‘System settings’
-> ‘Network’ -> ‘Manual settings’ -> ‘Wireless’ -> ‘DHCP disable’.
You will also need to enter the SSID, the encryption type, and the encryption key.
If Audisse Shokunin can connect to the network, but is unable to play a particular internet
radio station, it may be due to one these causes:
1. The station is not broadcasting at this time of the day.
2. The station has reached its maximum allowed number of simultaneous connections.
3. The Internet connection between your radio and the server (often located in a different
country) is slow. This could be due to internet congestion, either locally or at a distance.
4. The station may choose to block internet connections to your geographic region
(sometimes known as geo-locking).
5. The station is no longer broadcasting. The database of radio stations that your radio
connects to is frequently updated and checked but may not always be completely accurate.
6. The radio station is broadcasting using an audio format that is not playable by your
radio (although the Audisse Shokunin does play the most popular formats used by regular
broadcasters).
Try using a PC to listen via the broadcaster’s web site or via the radio station database web
site at http://www.WiFiradio-frontier.com. If you can play the station with a PC, it may be that
the internet feed or local network connection is poor. However, some broadcasters (such as
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the BBC) provide different data streams for PC users and internet radio listeners, so this test
is not always conclusive.
If you cannot play the station via your PC this may indicate that the problem is not
necessarily due to your radio, but it could be your network, your internet connection, the
broadcaster, or internet congestion.
MUSIC PLAYER / UPNP PROBLEMS
The use of the Music Player function with UPnP should be straightforward. However, the
cleverness of UPnP means that it is often disabled by default by security applications and in
routers.
If you are using Windows Media Player as your UPnP server, and if it fails to operate
with Audisse Shokunin, please keep this fact in mind: A fresh installation of Windows and
Windows Media Player when using Microsoft’s built-in firewall software will normally work.
If it does not work, possible reasons may include:
UPnP functions blocked in firewall software
UPnP functions turned off by security software
UPnP functions ‘hi-jacked’ by other software
UPnP functions blocked in the router Multi-cast packets blocked in the router
IP address of system blocked in firewall software
Some third-party UPnP servers are much less dependent upon other parts of Windows than
WMP 11. If the greater flexibility that these offer is attractive, then it may be found in some
cases that they are easier to get working.
AUDIO CODECS
Your radio supports a range of audio codec that provide compatibility with a wide range of
Internet Radio stations and also allow users to stream music from their computers.
Note that for any given audio codec, there are many streaming protocols available, and
thus even if an Internet Radio station uses a supported format, this does not guarantee
that every such station will work with your radio. The radio stations database to which
your radio connects is checked for compatibility so that most stations should be playable
without problems. Similarly when streaming media from a computer, while a codec may be
supported, there can be many subtle variations in formats, tagging schemes and protocols
(even within UPnP). In general your radio will play the supported formats with most common
UPnP servers.
The following table summarises the maximum supported bit-rates for the various audio
formats that are playable on your radio. Higher rates may be playable in some cases but
performance of the product may be affected.
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Codec Maximum supported data rate
Apple Lossless 1.536 Mbits/sec
AAC(LC)320 kbits/sec
FLAC (1) 1.536 Mbits/sec
(2) LPCM
1.536 Mbits/sec
MP3 320 kbits/sec
Real Audio 64 kbits/sec
WAV (3) 1.536 Mbits/sec
(4)
WMA
320 kbits/sec
All codecs support 2-channel (stereo) coded files only.
All codecs support sample rates up to 48 kbits/sec (includes 32 and 44.1 kbits/sec).
Files that have Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection applied will not be playable on
your radio.
16 and 24 bit samples are supported in FLAC files.
The maximum supported bit-rate is for 48 kHz sampling, 2 channels and 16-bits per sample.
(3) 16 bit LPCM only
(4) WMA Lossless, WMA Voice, WMA 10 Professional, and files that have DRM protection are not supported.
(1) (2) CAUTIONS
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Do not leave the product where excessive heat could cause damage.
The name plate is located on the bottom of the sound system.
The product shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the radio.
It is recommended to operate the product such that there is a minimum distance (10cm recommended) to adjacent objects in order to ensure good ventilation.
The ventilation of the product should not be restricted by covering it with items such as newspapers, tablecloths, curtains etc.
No naked flame sources such as lighted candles should be placed on the product.
It is recommended to avoid using or storing the product at extremes of temperature. Avoid leaving the unit in cars, on window sills, in direct sunlight etc.
The product must be used in a moderate climate.
If malfunctions occur due to static electricity charges or fast transient (burst), reset the device. To do this, pull out the power plug and connect it again after a few seconds.
ABOUT UNDOK APP
The Audisse Shokunin supports remote control from Apple iPhone, iPad and Android using
the UNDOK app. The apps are available in Apple’s app store and Google’s android play.
The UNDOK app allows you to:
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Control all the modes of the Audisse Shokunin, including internet radio, Spotify, Media Player, USB playback, DAB, FM, Bluetooth and AUX-In;
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Adjust the volume level of current playback;
Setting EQ for various audio presets;
Setting Sleep timer;
Editing the displayed name of the Audisse Shokunin.
INFORMATION ON THE METAL TELESCOPIC ANTENNA
The antenna placed on this radio is a long, metal telescopic antenna.
This antenna is NOT flexible or bendable and should be used with care.
When used in a dusty or dirty environment please clean the antenna from time to
time with a dry cloth to ensure normal operation. When used in a wet, moist or dusty
environment it is advised to regularly, after first cleaning with a dry cloth, thinly apply a
universal protection oil (like e.g. WD40) with a cloth to prevent rust and corrosion and to
ensure normal operation.
WARRANTY
This radio has a 2 year limited warranty.
WARNING ! Warranty becomes void once the radio cabinet has been opened or any
modifications or alterations to the radio have been made !
The terms of the warranty of this radio do not cover the following:
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Damage caused by misuse, abuse, neglect, alterations, accidents or unauthorized repair.
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Normal wear and tear.
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Breaking or bending of the metal telescopic antenna
Never open the device casing. The manufacturer will not accept any liability for damage
resulting from improper handling. The type plate is located on the bottom of the device.
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SPECIFICATIONS
POWER REQUIREMENTS
AC adapter: 230 volts AC, 50Hz only
Built-in Lithium Polymer Battery: 11.1V, 4000mAH
Frequency Coverage
FM 87.5 - 108MHz
DAB 174.928 - 239.200 MHz
CONNECTIVITY
WiFi Dual modes to support 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi system
802.11b and 802.11g supported with WEP and WPA/WPA2 encryption
Compatible with 802.11n routers that offer mixed mode support for 802.11b/g.
Bluetooth Version 4.1 supports Bluetooth profiles A2DP and AVRCP
CIRCUIT FEATURES
Loudspeaker
Output Power
Aux In socket
Aerial System
2 x 76 mm
2 x 15 Watts
3.5mm, stereo
WiFi Built-in antenna
DAB Telescopic aerial
FM Telescopic aerial
The company reserves the right to amend the specifications without notice.
ENVIRONMENTAL NOTE
This product has been manufactured with high quality parts and materials that can be reused and recycled.
Therefore, do not throw the product away with normal household waste at the end of its service life. Take it to a collection point for the recycling
of electrical and electronic device. This is indicated by this symbol on the product, in the operating manual and on the packaging.
Please find out about collection points operated by your local authority.
Help protect the environment by recycling used products.
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Prime Europe B.V.
Everdenberg 9a
4902 TT Oosterhout
The Netherlands
www.audisse.com
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