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Goodmans CANVAS2 DAB Digital and FM Radio with Colour Screen User Guide
CANVAS2
MODEL: CANVASSTE / CANVASCOP / CANVASSLT
Digital Radio with FM and Colour Screen
USER MANUAL
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Welcome
2
Your DAB Digital Radio
2.1
2.2
2.3
3
Quick Setup
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4
In The Box
Front View
Rear View
Power On and Autoscan
Changing DAB Stations
Adjusting the Volume
Switching Off
Features
DAB/FM button corresponding sections
4.1 Switching to FM/DAB Mode
INFO button
4.2 View Station Information
4.3 Changing the DAB or FM Display Information
MENU button
4.4 Station List (DAB)
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
Full Scan (DAB)
Scan Setting (FM)
Audio Setting (FM)
Manual Tune
Prune
Prune
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Troubleshooting
6
Technical Specifications
7
Customer Support
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16
4.17
4.18
DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
Set Egg timer
Set Sleep
Set Alarm
Set Time/Date
Set Backlight
Set Language
Factory Reset
SW Version (Software Version)
PRESET button
4.19 Storing DAB Presets
4.20 Selecting a Preset Station
1 Welcome
Thank you for choosing this Goodmans product. We’ve been
making electronics for the British people for 70 years. Each of
our projects has been carefully designed to be great at what it
does and this one is no exception. We hope you enjoy your
new CANVAS2 DAB Digital Radio.
2 Your DAB Digital Radio
2.1
In The Box
Carefully remove your DAB Digital Radio from the box.
Inside the box you will find:
• DAB Digital Radio
• Mains power supply lead
• Quick Start Guide
• Guarantee Booklet
If any of these items are missing contact
Customer Support at www.goodmans.co.uk/support
Mains Power
Your DAB/FM Radio requires a mains supply of 230V AC ~ 50 Hz.
Please ensure that your mains supply is compatible before use.
Disconnect the Power Cord from the mains when not in use.
Position of DAB Digital Radio
Place on a flat, stable surface that is not subject to vibrations.
Avoid the following locations:
• Where it is exposed to direct sunlight
• Where it is close to heat radiating sources
• Where the humidity is high and ventilation is poor
• Where it is dusty
Adjusting the Aerial
Fully extend the aerial to ensure good reception in both DAB and
FM Radio modes. It may be necessary to alter the position of the
DAB Digital Radio and/or the aerial to achieve the best signal.
Using Headphones
Headphones require a 3.5mm diameter stereo plug and an
impedance of 8-32 ohms. Headphones are not supplied with
this DAB Digital Radio.
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2.2
Front View
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A POWER button
Press to switch between
ON and Standby.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
B DAB/FM button
Press to switch between
DAB and FM mode.
C INFO/MENU button
Short press to view station
information. Or press and
hold to display menu options.
D PRESET
Press and hold to save a station
as a preset, or press to recall
a saved preset station.
E Channel -/+ button
F
Select button
G Volume -/+ button
H
2.3
Rear View
H Aerial
I
DC-In socket
Used to connect the DAB Digital
Radio to the mains power supply.
J
Headphone socket
Used to connect the DAB Digital
Radio to the hjeadphone.
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TAKE CARE WITH
LIVE ELEMENTS
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3 Quick Set Up
3.1
Power On and Autoscan
1. Connect the power cable to the DAB Radio and mains supply, or insert 4 x AA batteries into the
battery compartment.
Note: There is not standby mode during using the battery only.
2. Raise and extend the aerial.
3. Turn Canvas2 on by pressing the POWER button.
The first time the radio is switched on, it will start up in DAB mode. It will automatically scan
4. for the available radio stations.
3.2
Changing DAB Stations
In the DAB mode, the CHANNEL button allows you to navigate between different stations.
Press SELECT to choose the one you want to listen to.
3.3
Adjusting the Volume
Press the VOLUME button to increase or decrease volume respectively.
3.3
Switching Off
The POWER button allows you to turn on the radio and switch to standby. You need to unplug
the power supply to switching off the DAB radio.
4 Features
DAB/FM button
4.1
Switching to DAB/FM Mode
1. If the DAB Digital Radio is in DAB mode, press the DAB/FM
button repeatedly until FM is shown on the display.
2. Once in FM mode, your DAB Digital Radio will tune to the
start of the available FM range (87.50MHz) or the last FM
station listed to fig.2.
3. To manually change the FM frequency, make sure that you
have not selected any other sub-menus. Turn the TUNE/
SELECT dial to change the frequency by 0.05MHz.
FM
87.50MHz
[No Radio Text]
fig.2
INFO button
4.2
View Station Information
Press the INFO/MENU button repeatedly to display information
about the station you are on.
4.3
Changing the DAB or FM Display Information
Press the INFO/MENU button repeatedly to display information
about the station you are on.
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MENU button
4.4
Station List (DAB)
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Station List and press
SELECT button to confirm.
3. Press CHANNEL button to choose the station you want listen
to and press SELECT button to confirm.
4.5
Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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Full Scan (DAB)
Press the INFO/MENU button repeatedly to display information
about the station you are on.
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Full Scan and press
SELECT button to confirm.
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Note: If no station is found, t shows No Station found. For a
Better reception, extent the antenna or do the full scan
again in another place.
4.6
Scan Setting (FM)
By default, FM scans stop at any available station (All station).
This may result in poor quality audio from weak station.
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Scan Setting and press
SELECT button to confirm.
3. Press CHANNEL button to select and press SELECT button
to confirm the change of particular option.
4.7
Audio Setting (FM)
By default, all stereo stations are reproduced in stereo. For weak
stations, this may result in poor quality audio. The audio quality
can be improved using mono.
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Audio Setting and press
SELECT button to confirm.
3. Press CHANNEL button to select and press SELECT button
to confirm the change of particular option.
4.8
FM
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Scan Setting
Strong St >
Auto Setting
Stereo All >
System Settings
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Scan Setting
Strong St >
Auto Setting
Stereo All >
System Settings
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Manual Tune
As well as the normal method of scanning, you can also manually
tune to a particular channel or frequency. This can be useful for
adjusting your antenna to achieve the best possible reception
and scanning a particular channel to update the station list.
Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Manual Tune and press
SELECT button to confirm.
3. Press CHANNEL button to select and press SELECT button
to confirm the change of particular option.
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4.9
Prune Invalid (remove stations that are listed but unavailable)
This removes all invalid stations indicated in the station list with
‘a’ ‘?’ in front of the station name.
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Prune Invalid and press
SELECT button to confirm.
3. Press CHANNEL button to select yes and press SELECT button
to confirm.
Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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4.10 DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
This function reduces the difference between the loudest and
Quietest audio being broadcast. Effectively, this makes quiet
sounds comparatively louder, and loud sounds comparatively
quieter. Options: off (default) / low / high
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose DRC and press SELECT
button to confirm.
3. Press CHANNEL button to select and press SELECT button
to confirm the change of particular option.
4.11 Set Egg timer
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose System Settings and press
SELECT button to confirm.
3. Press CHANNEL button to choose Egg Timer and press SELECT
button to confirm.
4. Press CHANNEL button to select increase or decrease minutes
(1-99) and press SELECT button to confirm start count down.
Note: press POWER button to turn off the alarm.
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DRC
Hi
Low
Off
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Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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System Settings
Egg timer
Sleep
Alarm
Time/Date
Backlight
Language
Factory Reset
Software Version
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Egg timer
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Eggtimer
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4.12 Set Sleep
Sleep options: Sleep Off | 15 | 30 | 45 | 60 | 90
1. Press and hold the INFO / MENU button to enter the menu.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose System Settings and press
SELECT button to confirm.
3. Press CHANNEL button to choose Sleep and press SELECT
button to confirm.
4. Press CHANNEL button to select and press SELECT button
to confirm the change of particular option, and start count
down.
4.13 Set Alarm
There are two alarms that can be used for the system. You can
set the alarm in the DAB mode or FM mode.
1. Press and hold the INFO / MENU button to enter the menu.
Press CHANNEL button to choose System Settings and press
SELECT button to confirm.
Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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System Settings
Egg timer
Sleep
Alarm
Time/Date
Backlight
Language
Factory Reset
Software Version
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Set Sleep Timer
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Sleep Timer Off
Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Alarm and press SELECT
button to confirm.
3. Press CHANNEL button to choose Alarm 1 or Alarm 2, and
press SELECT button to confirm.
4. Now you can see a list of selection, press CHANNEL button
to choose and press SELECT button to enter the change of
particular option:
4.1 Alarm On/ Off
Press SELECT button to choose On or Off directly.
4.2 Frequency
Press CHANNEL button to choose below options and
Press SELECT button to confirm.
*Daily / Weekends / Weekdays => go to 4.3 option 1
*Once => go to 4.3 Option 2
4.3 Option 1: Wake Up time
4.3.1. Press SELECT button and the Hour part will flash.
Press CHANNEL button to set the hour for alarm,
press SELECT to confirm.
4.3.2. The Minute part will flash. Press CHANNEL button
to set the minute for alarm, press SELECT to confirm.
Option 2: Date/Time
4.3.3. Press SELECT button and the Day part will flash.
Press CHANNEL button to set the day for alarm,
press SELECT to confirm.
4.3.4. The Month part will flash. Press CHANNEL button
to set the month for alarm, press SELECT to confirm
4.3.5. The Year part will flash. Press CHANNEL button
to set the year for alarm, press SELECT to confirm
4.3.6. The Hour part will flash. Press CHANNEL button
to set the hour for alarm, press SELECT to confirm
4.3.7. The Minute part will flash. Press CHANNEL button
to set the minute for alarm, press SELECT to confirm
4.4 Source
Press CHANNEL button to choose below options and
Press SELECT button to confirm.
*Buzzer => go to 4.5
*Digital Radio / FM => go to 4.6 Preset
4.5 Duration
Press CHANNEL button to choose below options and
Press SELECT button to confirm.
15 / 30 / 45 / 60 / 90 / 120 minutes
System Settings
Egg timer
Sleep
Alarm
Time/Date
Backlight
Language
Factory Reset
Software Version
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Alarm
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
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Alarm 1 info
Alarm
Frequency
Wake Up time
Source
Duration
Volume
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Frequency
Daily
Once
Weekends
Weekdays
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Wake Up time
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off
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Set Time/Date
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24 - 10 - 2016
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Source
Buzzer
Digital Radio
FM
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Duration
15
30
45
60
90
120
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4.6 Preset (Last Listened)
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4.7 Volume
Press CHANNEL button to increase or decrease the
Volume from 9 to 32 max.
Volume
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4.8 After completing the settings, press INFO/MENU button
back to the System Settings. Press CHANNEL button to
choose Alarm, and press SELECT button to enter.
4.9 Now you can see the status of the Alarm 1 and Alarm 2.
It shows On or Off, and time on the left.
During the process of setting the alarm, you can press
INFO/MENU button once exit to System Settings without
Saving.
5. Alarm ringing
When the alarm is ringing, it will enter standby mode if
the sound source you selected was Buzzer.
If the sound source you selected was DAB or FM station,
the radio will go to that station automatically.
The volume will increase gradually to reach the level you
have set.
6. Stop the alarm
You can stop the alarm by press POWER button.
The screen will show Alarm off. The radio will go to
standby mode.
7. Snooze function
You can also press SELECT button to Snooze function.
The alarm will temporarily stop, exit to standby mode
and go snooze function.
It will show the snooze time. You can set the snooze time
to 5 or 10 minutes by press SELECT button continuously
until you see the correct time.
Then the radio will temporary stop and exit to standby
mode.
When the radio start playing again, you can press the
SELECT button to stop it
4.14 Set Time/Date
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
Press CHANNEL button to choose System Settings and press
SELECT button to confirm.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Time/Date and press SELECT
button to confirm.
System Settings
Egg timer
Sleep
Alarm
Time/Date
Backlight
Language
Factory Reset
Software Version
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3. Now you can see a list of selection, press CHANNEL button
to choose and press SELECT button to enter the change of
particular option:
3.1 Set time/date
3.1.1. Press SELECT button and the Day part will flash.
Press CHANNEL button to set the day for alarm,
press SELECT to confirm.
3.1.2. The Month part will flash. Press CHANNEL button
to set the month for alarm, press SELECT to confirm
3.1.3. The Year part will flash. Press CHANNEL button
to set the year for alarm, press SELECT to confirm
3.1.4. The Hour part will flash. Press CHANNEL button
to set the hour for alarm, press SELECT to confirm
3.1.5. The Minute part will flash. Press CHANNEL button
to set the minute for alarm, press SELECT to confirm
3.2 Auto Update
Press the CHANNEL button to choose the time update
source <from any> / <from Digital Radio> / <from FM>
/ <No update >, and press SELECT button to confirm.
3.3 Set 12 / 24 Hour
Press CHANNEL button to choose <12 Hour> / <24 Hour>
for time display, and press SELECT button to confirm.
3.4 Set date format
Press CHANNEL button to select <DD-MMYYYY> /
<MM-DD-YYYY> for date display format, and press
SELECT button to confirm.
Time/Date
Set Time/Date
Auto Update
Set 12/24 hour
Set Date Format
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Set Time/Date
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Auto Update
from Any
from Digital Radio
from FM
No Update
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Set 12/24 hour
12 hour
24 hour
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Set Date Format
DD-MM-YYYY
MM-DD-YYYY
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Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
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4.15 Set Backlight
This radio display has a backlight with adjustable timeout (this
is the time delay, in seconds, after which the display switches off).
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
Press CHANNEL button to choose System Settings and press
SELECT button to confirm.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Backlight and press SELECT
button to confirm.
3. Now you can see a list of selection, press CHANNEL button
to choose and press SELECT button to enter the change of
particular option:
3.1 Timeout options:
On / 10 / 20 / 30 / 45 / 60 / 90 / 120 / 180 seconds
In Backlight menu press CHANNEL button to select a
particular options and press SELECT button to confirm.
System Settings
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System Settings
Egg timer
Sleep
Alarm
Time/Date
Backlight
Language
Factory Reset
Software Version
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Timeout
On
10 sec
20 sec
30 sec
45 sec
60 sec
90 sec
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3.2 On Level (when you listening radio)
High / Medium / Low
In Backlight menu press CHANNEL button to select a
particular options and press SELECT button to confirm.
3.3 Dim Level (standby mode)
High / Medium / Low
In Backlight menu press CHANNEL button to select a
particular options and press SELECT button to confirm.
On Level
Hi
Medium
Low
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Dim Level
Hi
Medium
Low
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Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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System Settings
Egg timer
Sleep
Alarm
Time/Date
Backlight
Language
Factory Reset
Software Version
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Language
English
Fran ais
Deutsch
Italiano
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Digital Radio
Station List
Full Scan
Manual Tune
Prune Invalid
DRC
System Settings
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System Settings
Egg timer
Sleep
Alarm
Time/Date
Backlight
Language
Factory Reset
Software Version
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Factory Reset
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4.16 Set Language
1. Press and hold the INFO/MENU button to enter the menu.
Press CHANNEL button to choose System Settings and press
SELECT button to confirm.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Language and press SELECT
button to confirm.
3. Now you can see a list of selection, press CHANNEL button
to choose and press SELECT button to enter the change of
particular option:
Options: English / French / Dutch / Italian
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4.17 Factory Reset
A factory reset clears all user defined settings, replacing them
with the original default values, so time/date, preferences/settings,
DAB station list and preset stations are all lost. If you select Factory
reset, you are asked to confirm by selecting YES.
1. Press and hold the INFO / MENU button to enter the menu.
Press CHANNEL button to choose System Settings and press
SELECT button to confirm.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Factory Reset and press
SELECT button to confirm.
3. Now you can see a list of selection, press CHANNEL button
to choose and press SELECT button confirm.
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All setting will be restored
to factory defaults! Are you
sure?
Yes
No
4.18 SW Version (Software Version)
This displays the current software version.
1. Press and hold the INFO / MENU button to enter the menu.
Press CHANNEL button to choose System Settings and press
SELECT button to confirm.
2. Press CHANNEL button to choose Software Version and press
SELECT button to confirm.
System Settings
Egg timer
Sleep
Alarm
Time/Date
Backlight
Language
Factory Reset
Software Version
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PRESET button
4.19 Storing DAB / FM Presets
To store presets you need to select the station you would like to
store using CHANNEL button and then hold down PRESET button
for 1-2 seconds until Save to Preset is shown on the display. You
then use the CHANNEL button to choose which preset number
you would like to save the channel in between 1-40 and use
SELECT button to store the station in the desired preset location.
Save to Preset
1: (Empty)
2: (Empty)
3: (Empty)
4: (Empty)
5: (Empty)
6: (Empty)
7: (Empty)
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Preset 1 Saved
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4.20 Selecting a Preset Station
To Recall presets press PRESET button, Preset Recall is shown on
The display. You can scroll through the Saved presets by using
CHANNEL button. To select a preset station to listen to press
the SELECT button.
Preset recall
1: 5 BBC (WS)
2: 11 M Finance D
3: 34 Metro
4: (Empty)
5: (Empty)
6: (Empty)
7: (Empty)
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5 Troubleshooting
Problem
What to do
Check that the volume is not set to the minimum.
There is no sound from my radio
The display shows ‘NO SERVICES
AVAILABLE’ in DAB mode
Make sure that the radio has been able to locate
DAB/FM stations.
Make sure that DAB coverage exists in your area.
Try adjusting the position of the aerial or location
of the radio.
Poor reception
As with any radio service, there will be areas
of weak signal that may cause poor reception.
Follow the instructions for Manual Tuning on
4.11 and adjust the aerial while monitoring
the signal strength until the optimum signal is
obtained. If reception is still poor, try re-locating the
radio to another part of the room.
Some of the buttons on the DAB Digital
Radio are not working
This may be caused by electrostatic discharge. Turn
the DAB Digital Radio off, disconnect the mains plug
and reconnect after a few seconds.
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6 Technical Specification
Model Number
Adapter
GSR1889DABBT
DC 5 V, 1000mA
Speaker Output Power
1W x 1
Frequency Range
FM: 87.5-108MHz
DAB: 174.928 - 239.200MHz
LCD Display
High Resolution Display
Max Power Consumption
5W
Dimensions
185mm (W) x 57mm (D) x 112mm (H)
7 Customer Support
For all product support, warranty or returns;
please go to www.goodmans.co.uk/support
www.goodmans.co.uk
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