Roberts Stream 67 User Guide

Roberts Stream 67 User Guide
Stream 67
Smart Audio System with Internet Radio / DAB / DAB+ / FM RDS / Bluetooth / CD / USB
with Spotify / Deezer / TIDAL / Amazon Prime Music, with Multi-room and Works with Alexa
and remote control from iPhone and Android using UNDOK
Please read this manual before use
Contents
Stream 67 Smart Audio System features
Before you can use this product
About this instruction manual
Controls and connections
Remote control
Navigation controls
Configuration
Plugging in and language selection
Clock and time settings
Connecting to your computer network
Configuration - Using the UNDOK app
Network remote control options
Internet Radio
Internet Radio - the basics
Selecting a radio station by location
Selecting a podcast
Presetting stations Internet radio, DAB and FM
Display options - Radio / Bluetooth / Music Player
Music Player
Use with Windows, Apple Mac, Linux, USB memory
Accessing your audio files via a UPnP server
Locating and playing media files using UPnP
Using USB memory devices
Playlists
Windows 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' function
Spotify Connect
What is Spotify?
Controlling Spotify on your audio system
DAB Radio
Selecting a DAB radio station
Finding new DAB radio stations
FM Radio
Manual tuning
Scan sensitivity setting - FM
Bluetooth mode
Connecting Bluetooth devices
Playing audio files in Bluetooth mode
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Connecting and reconnecting a Bluetooth device
Compact discs
CD-R / CD-RW discs
MP3 / WMA CD Mode
Playing a CD
Selecting a track
Search function
Clock and Alarms
Automatically updating the clock
Manually setting the clock
Setting the alarm clock
Snooze timer
Sleep timer
Multi-room - the basics
Creating and editing a multi-room group with UNDOK
Playing audio to a group
Display and Controls in a multi-room configuration
Create a new multi-room group
UNDOK Settings
Display and Audio
Equaliser function
Subwoofer control
Brightness control
Headphone socket
Auxiliary input socket
Inactive Standby feature
USB socket for smartphone or tablet charging
Information
Factory reset
Software update
Troubleshooting
Audio codecs
Cautions
Specifications
Mains supply
Guarantee
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Stream 67 Smart Audio System features
The Roberts Stream 67 is a Smart Audio System which provides the
following features :● Listen to local, regional, national and international broadcasts using
FM, DAB and Internet radio.
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Listen to thousands of radio stations from around the world and listen
to podcasts from a wide range of broadcasters.
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Spotify Connect allows your Spotify selections to be played
through the audio system, remotely controlled from your iPhone,
iPad, Android device or any Desktop.
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Supports remote control and plays music from Apple iPhone, iPad
and Android devices using the UNDOK app.
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Your audio system may be connected as part of a wireless Multiroom system to allow whatever source is selected to be heard
through other connected products.
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30 radio station presets (10 Internet Radio, 10 DAB and 10 FM).
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Use the Music Player to play your music collection from devices on
your network.
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Bluetooth streaming to play your music or video soundtracks from
your smartphone, tablet or similar device.
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Playback of audio files from USB memory devices.
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Large clock display with time and date when in standby.
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MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, ALAC (Apple Lossless) and WAV formats
are supported.
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Two alarm timers with snooze feature to wake you to either a
buzzer, CD or a radio alarm.
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Play MP3 and WMA files from CD.
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Voice control of primary functions using Alexa with Amazon Echo
products.
Adjustable sleep timer, can be set to turn the audio system off after
a delay.
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Menu display in a choice of languages - Danish, Dutch, English,
French, German, Italian, Norwegian.
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The Stream 67 connects to your home network either using a WiFi
or via a wired connection. Dual band WiFi allows compatibility with a
wide range of networks.
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Easy-to-read colour graphic display with an adjustable display
backlight.
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WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) is supported for simpler setting up with
compatible wireless routers.
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Auxiliary input for playing audio from MP3 players, iPods or other
audio equipment.
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Works with Windows 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' function (as a Digital
Media Renderer).
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An acoustically tuned wooden cabinet that includes bass ports and
internal bracing for optimal sound reproduction.
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All radio station presets, network configuration details and user
settings are retained in the event of a power failure.
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Before you can use this product
We recommend before using your smart audio system for the first time, to check for software updates.
Details on updating your smart audio system can be found on page 82.
You will first need to connect your audio system to your network see Configuration page 10 onwards.
Before you can use your audio system, you must have the following:
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A broadband Internet connection (not required for DAB, FM, Bluetooth or Music Player functions).
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A router (or equivalent wireless access point) providing a WiFi signal or Ethernet connection, connected to your broadband
Internet Service Provider. The broadband modem, router and wireless access point will often be a single combined unit
supplied by your Internet Service Provider or bought from a computer store.
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A Smart phone or tablet which uses either the Android operating system (version 4.0.3 or later) or Apple iOS (version 9 or
later).
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If your wireless network requires a security password to allow connection, then you either need to know the WEP, WPA or
WPA2 key used for encryption so that you can get the audio system to communicate with the network, or your router needs
to offer WiFi Protected Setup (WPS).
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If you choose to connect the audio system to your network using a wired Ethernet connection, then an Ethernet cable of the
appropriate length will be needed. If it is intended to listen to FM radio extensively, then there may be a benefit in using a
shielded Ethernet cable since this may reduce possible interference to the radio.
The audio system's WiFi system is compatible with 802.11b, g, n or a networks and can use 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz WiFi frequency
bands.
The audio system will typically work within a 10-20 metre 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 audio system is able to receive a suitable broadcast signal.
IMPORTANT: Before you continue, make sure that your router (or access point) is powered up and working with your broadband
Internet service (use your computer, smart-phone or tablet to verify this). To get this part of the system working you must refer
to the instructions supplied with those items.
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Introduction About this instruction manual
This instruction manual is split into sections for each of the operating modes of your Roberts
Stream 67. Each section is clearly identified by the shaded heading in the top right hand
corner of each pair of pages.
Configuration
(page 10)
Before using the Internet Radio and Music Player functions, you will need to connect your audio
system to your computer network using the WiFi or ethernet connection. This is covered in the
section titled Configuration. This section also explains how to set the menu language option.
Internet Radio
(page 22)
The Internet Radio section describes how to find radio stations to listen to. These can be radio
stations that you already know and listen to conventionally, or new stations you may search for.
Music Player
(page 31)
The section for the Music Player describes how you may play music files that you may have
stored on a computer connected to your network. The use of Shared Media (using UPnP)
and USB playback is explained.
Spotify Connect
(page 43)
DAB & FM Radio
(page 45)
Bluetooth
(page 50)
The Bluetooth section describes how to use your Stream 67 to play audio files or video
soundtracks directly from your smartphone, tablet or similar devices.
CD/MP3/WMA
(page 54)
The CD / MP3 / WMA section describes how to play digital audio CDs or MP3 / WMA files
which have previously been recorded to CD-R or CD-RW.
Clock and Alarms
(page 59)
Multi-room & UNDOK
(page 65)
Display & Audio
(page 76)
Information
(page 81)
The Spotify Connect section explains the use of the audio system in conjunction with the
Spotify internet based music streaming service.
The two sections for DAB and FM Radio describe how to use the radio to listen to conventional
radio broadcasts.
The section titled Clock and Alarms describes the different ways by which the clock may be
set, as well as explaining the use of the alarms, snooze and sleep timer features.
The Multi-room and the UNDOK section explains how your audio system may be connected
as part of a wireless music system.
The Display and Audio section shows how to adjust the display, use the equaliser and
connect your audio system to other audio equipment.
The Information section includes troubleshooting, specifications and warranty information.
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Controls and connections
Top view
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Pair
Dim
Sleep
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1. Infra red sensor
8. Info button
14. Next button
2. LCD display
9. Alarm button
15.Play / Pause button
3. Back / Dimmer button
10. CD slot
16. Stop / Eject button
4. Menu button
11. Volume control
17.Tuning / Select / Snooze control
5. Mode button
12. Repeat / Shuffle / Bluetooth Pair button
18. Mid treble speakers x 2
6. Preset button
13. Previous button
7. On / Standby / Sleep button
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Introduction Controls and connections - cont.
Rear view
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Smart Audio System
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19.USB playback / Charge socket
24.DAB / FM telescopic aerial
20.Auxiliary input socket
25. WiFi antenna
21. Headphone socket
26.Bass speakers x 2
22.Ethernet RJ-45 socket
27.Bass ports x 2
23.Mains input socket
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Remote control
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1. Mode button
13. EQ button
2. Infra-red LED
14. Auto Tune button
3. On / Standby button
15. Dimmer button
4. Mute button
16. Alarm button
5. Keypad buttons 1 -10
17. Sleep button
6. Repeat / Shuffle button
18. Bluetooth Pair button
7. Menu button
19. Info button
8. Menu Up / Folder Up button
20. Volume Down button
9. Select / Stop button
21. Menu Right / Next button
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23. Play / Pause button
12. Back button
24.Subwoofer Up / Down buttons
Remote control functions
Most of the functions of the Stream 67 audio system can be controlled using either
the product or the remote control. However, there are a few functions which are
more easily accessible using the remote control. These are:
DAB / FM auto-tune
Equaliser settings
Subwoofer settings
The CD Eject button is on the audio system.
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10. Menu Left / Previous button
Radio station presets
CD track access by numbers
Audio mute
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Introduction Remote control battery replacement
1. Remove the battery cover on the rear of your remote control by applying pressure
to the catch in the direction shown by the arrow and then lifting off the cover.
2. Insert 2 x AAA size batteries into the spaces in the compartment. Take care to
ensure all batteries are inserted with the correct polarity as shown inside the
battery compartment.
3. Replace the battery cover.
4. If the remote is not to be used for an extended period of time it is recommended
that the batteries are removed.
IMPORTANT: The batteries should not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like. After use, disposable batteries should if possible be taken
to a suitable recycling centre. On no account should batteries be disposed of by
incineration.
Do not leave batteries within reach of young children. They can be a choking hazard.
If swallowed seek medical attention immediately as this can cause internal injuries
that can be fatal.
Caution: Replace batteries only with the same or equivalent type. Danger of
explosion if the batteries are incorrectly replaced.
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Navigation controls
This page describes the basic means of controlling your Stream 67 audio system.
Instructions for each operating mode are given in the later sections of this book.
1. Press and release On/Standby to switch your audio system on or off.
2. Pressing the Mode button gives you access to each of the operating modes
in turn. Alternatively apply a long press on the Mode button and then use the
Menu Left or Menu Right buttons (on the remote control) or turn the Tuning/
Select control (on the unit) clockwise or anti-clockwise to highlight the desired
menu item then press Select to select that item.
3. Pressing the Menu button will access the menu system.
4. Many operations require the user to make a selection from the menu. This is
done using the Menu Up or Menu Down buttons (on the remote control) or the
Tuning/Select control (on the unit). Press Select to select that item.
If there are more than six items in a menu, then the display will automatically
scroll up or down so that the additional items become visible. A sliding bar on
the right will give an indication showing the current portion of the menu that is
displayed. If there are many items in a menu, then the audio system allows the
menu to 'wrap around' in either direction. This can make it easier to reach items
at the end of a long menu, such as a list of countries or Internet radio stations.
http://
Internet
Radio
FM Radio
My Music
Bluetooth
AUX
Internet radio
5. If an error is made when navigating the menus, it is generally possible to go
back to a higher level menu by pressing the Menu or the Back button.
6. The Info button allows the display of information relating to the radio station or
music file being played.
Note: In this booklet, press always means press and release. If it is required to
give a long press on a button this will be described as apply a long press and the
button should be held down for 2 to 3 seconds until the audio system has responded.
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DAB Radio
Main menu
Internet radio
DAB
FM
Music player
Spotify
Deezer
Configuration Configuration
Plugging in and language selection
Your audio system may be configured using either the display and buttons on the audio
system, or by using the UNDOK app.
1. Place your audio system on a flat surface and plug the mains lead into the mains
socket located at the rear of the audio system ensuring that the plug is pushed fully
into the socket.
Internet Radio/DAB/DAB+/FM RDS/Bluetooth/CD/USB
Smart Audio System
2. If you wish to use a wired network connection, plug the Ethernet cable into the RJ-45
socket at the rear of the audio system.
3. Plug the other end of the mains lead into a wall socket and switch on the socket.
IMPORTANT: The mains plug is used as the means of connecting the audio system
to the mains supply. The mains socket and any multi-way mains block used for the
audio system must remain accessible during normal use. In order to disconnect the
audio system from the mains, the mains plug should be removed from the mains
socket outlet completely.
4. When you apply power, the display on the audio system will light up and show a
start up screen for a few seconds.
If this is the first time that you use your audio system (or after a Factory Reset) the
display will show the language menu.
5. By default your audio system will display all menus and messages in English. Press
Menu Up or Down to highlight the desired language. Press Select to enter the
selection. 'Setup wizard' and 'YES' will be highlighted on the screen.
Language
English
Dansk
Nederlands
Français
Deutsch
Italiano
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Setup wizard
Note: If you wish to use UNDOK to setup your audio system, please see
page 18.
Start now?
6. If you would like to setup your audio system using the audio system's controls instead
of the UNDOK app then press Select to select 'YES' and to begin setting up your
audio system.
Continue on the next page.
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Clock and time settings
The following instructions assume that you have just plugged in and you have
just specified the language option for the menus (see page 10).
1. Press Menu Left or Right to highlight the desired clock format (either 12
or 24 hour) then press Select to enter your selection.
2. Next, the way in which the audio system 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' option will be best for most users.
3. Press Menu Up or Down to choose an auto-update option for the clock.
This can be updated from DAB or FM radio, from the Network, or not
updated automatically. The default is to auto-update from the network. If
you choose another option go to 'Connecting to your computer network'
on page 12. 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, see page 60. Press Select
to confirm your choice.
4. Press Menu Up or Down to highlight the time zone for your current location.
Press Select to enter the setting.
5. You will then need to set the Daylight Savings option according to your
location (Daylight Savings is also known as Summer/Winter time or BST/
GMT adjustment).
Press Menu Left or Right to highlight 'ON' or 'OFF' as required. The
asterisk shows the current setting. Press Select to enter the setting.
In the UK, 'ON' is equivalent to British Summer Time and 'OFF' is equivalent
to Greenwich Mean Time.
6. Continue setting up your audio system on the next page.
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Date/Time
12/24 hour format
Auto update
Update from DAB
Update from FM
Update from Network
No update
Set timezone
UTC + 00:00: Dublin, Lond
UTC + 00:30:
UTC + 01:00: Madrid, Am
UTC + 01:30:
UTC + 02:00: Athens, Cair
UTC + 02:30:
Daylight savings
Daylight savings
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Configuration Connecting to your computer network
Before you can use your Stream 67 audio 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 audio system to your network using either the wireless
(WiFi) connection or the wired (Ethernet) connection.
Network settings
Keep network connected?
The following instructions assume that you have just set up the clock and time options using the Setup Wizard
as described on the preceding page.
These instructions also apply to the Network Wizard in the Network Settings menu (from step 2 onwards).
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Wlan region
Europe
1. After setting the Daylight Savings options (see page 11), the display will show the 'Keep network connected?'
option. You should choose 'Yes' if you wish to keep the audio system connected to the network when it is in
Standby mode. This will allow remote control software to switch on your audio system when needed.
If you choose 'No' then your audio system will shut down its WiFi connection when it is in Standby, DAB,
FM, Bluetooth, CD or Aux-in modes. This minimises power consumption but it does mean that you will need
to switch the audio system on manually in order to use either Spotify Connect, the 'Play to / Cast to Device'
function or any remote control software such as the UNDOK app.
Press Menu Left or Right to highlight the required option and then press Select to make the selection.
Network settings
Network wizard
Scanning...
After setting the Keep Connected option, the display will show a list of supported WiFi regional options.
Press Menu Up or Down to highlight the required region (for the UK choose 'Europe'), and then press Select
to make the selection. Do this even if you are planning to use the wired Ethernet connection. Your audio
system will then scan for available WiFi networks.
2. The audio system will enter the Network Settings Wizard and will display 'Scanning...'. The audio system will
automatically scan both 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi bands. After a short while the display will show a list of the
available WiFi networks. If you are intending to use the WiFi connection go to step 3 on the next page.
SSID
Jones family
[WPS] Paul’s network
Smith
Brown
[Rescan]
[Wired]
Please wait
To use the Ethernet connection to your router (with automatic configuration), press Menu Up or Down to
point to the '[Wired]' menu item. Press Select and the audio system will attempt to connect.
Waiting for
Ethernet
If your network allows automatic configuration (which is normal) the audio system will acquire a network
address. The screen should say 'Connecting...', and then 'Setup wizard completed'. Press Select to exit the
setup wizard and show the Main menu. You can then skip to paragraph 10 on page 15.
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Connecting to your computer network - cont.
There are two indicator lights incorporated into the RJ-45 connector. If you have
problems with your wired connection, they may help you to identify the possible
cause of the problem.
Yellow ON = Link established; OFF = no connection
Green Flashing = Data transfer
Setup wizard
completed
Press ‘SELECT’ to exit
If your network does not support automatic configuration or if you wish to set it up
manually then you should select '[Manual config]' instead of selecting '[Wired]' in the
Network Wizard, then go to page 17.
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 it) or you may be too far from the router.
When the audio 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:
'Jones family' or 'Paul's network'. Routers supplied by Internet Service Providers
often have the default name of the WiFi network provided on a label or card for
easy reference (e.g. BTHub-1234, virginmedia1234567). If the router supports WiFi
Protected Setup, then '[WPS]' will be shown in front of the SSID.
It is possible, and in some locations highly likely, that your audio system will find
more than one wireless network, in which case you should choose which one you
need to connect to.
4. Press Menu Up or Down to see the SSID for each wireless network that has been
found. If your network is shown proceed to step 6 on the next page. If it is not shown
then proceed to step 5, also on the next page.
If you make a mistake at any point, use the Back button to go back to the previous
screen.
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Main menu
Internet radio
DAB
FM
Music player
Spotify
Deezer
Network settings
Network wizard
Scanning...
SSID
Jones family
[WPS] Paul’s network
Smith
Brown
[Rescan]
[Wired]
Configuration Connecting to your computer network - cont.
5. If your network is not found, it may be because the router is configured not to broadcast the SSID. You
should then use Menu Up or Down, and Select to highlight and select the '[Manual config]' option in order
to enter the network details manually. This is described in 'Manual Network Configuration', see page 17.
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 your audio system to a location closer to your access point / router.
6. When the SSID for the wireless network you wish to connect to is highlighted on the screen, press Select.
If WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) was indicated, you will see an additional menu at this point, otherwise
proceed to step 7.
Choose one of the WPS menu options as required for your router (WPS may be via push button, or using
an identification number).
'Push Button' - the display prompts you to press the WPS button on your router and then Select on the
audio system. The two devices should then connect with the encryption key sent automatically to the audio
system.
'PIN' - the display shows an identification number which you must enter into your router using a web
browser (refer to your router's user documentation). You should then press Select on the audio system.
The two devices should then connect with the encryption key sent automatically to the audio system.
'Skip WPS' - if you wish to enter the encryption key yourself (or if it was previously entered).
If you chose Push Button or PIN the screen will then show 'Connecting...' and then 'Setup wizard completed'.
Press Select to exit the setup wizard and then go to paragraph 10 on the next page.
SSID
Jones family
[WPS] Paul’s network
Smith
Brown
[Rescan]
[Wired]
SSID
[WPS] Paul’s network
Smith
Brown
[Rescan]
[Wired]
[Manual config]
WPS Menu
Push Button
PIN
Skip WPS
Network settings
Please wait
7. If your network is configured without an encryption key, the screen should say 'Connecting...', and then
'Setup wizard completed'. Press Select to exit the setup wizard and show the Main menu. If this is the
case then you have successfully connected your audio system to your network, so please go to paragraph
10 on the next page.
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 audio 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.
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Key:
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Key:
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 audio system.
WPA keys are usually set up using a pass-phrase of between 8 and 63 characters.
Your audio system accepts pass-phrases for WPA keys.
9. To enter the WEP or WPA key, characters are selected and entered using Menu Up or
Down, Left or Right and Select (on the remote control) or Tuning/Select on the unit.
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 Select
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 audio system will not connect
to the network.
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 Menu Up or
Down and Select as needed:
select '
' to erase a character just entered (long press to clear); Info
again to continue
select '
select '
' when the complete key has been entered
' to cancel and re-run the Network Wizard
If a WEP or WPA key has previously been entered for the selected SSID then the
display will show 'Key: [Set]'. If you have previously entered a different key, you must
clear this by selecting the '
' symbol. This will remove the '[Set]' indication.
After the final character of the WEP or WPA key has been entered, highlight the '
symbol and press Select. The screen will show 'Connecting...' and then 'Setup wizard
completed'. Press Select to the exit setup wizard. The audio system should now be
able to connect to the network.
10. Once you have connected your audio system to the network (and therefore also to
the Internet) it will display the Main menu. Press On/Standby to put the audio system
into Standby 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, see page
60, 'Manually setting the clock'.
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0 1 2 3
7 8 9 .
a b
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f g h i
m n o p
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j k l
q r s
Network settings
Please wait
Connecting...
Setup wizard
Setup wizard
completed
Press ‘SELECT’ to exit
Main menu
Internet radio
DAB
FM
Music player
Spotify
Deezer
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Configuration Connecting to your computer network - cont.
If you have followed the steps on the preceding pages successfully, your audio system will have connected
to your router, and then made a connection to the Internet and set its clock. You can then listen to radio
stations via the internet and use the other features of your audio system (see page 22 onwards).
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
Changing the network connection
In the sections above, you chose how your audio system would be connected to your network, either using
a WiFi connection or using a wired Ethernet cable. From time to time, you may find that you need to connect
to different computer networks. The Network Settings menu allows you to change your audio system’s
network settings, scan for an alternative wireless network, or to manually configure the network parameters.
The steps outlined below describe how you can do this - see also the section 'Network profiles' on page 82.
If you have no need to do this, however, please skip to page 22.
Configuring the audio 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 Menu Down to the desired network name. Press
Select to select this network.
The audio system 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 (see pages 14-15). By default
the audio system will then acquire an IP address and other network settings from the network's router
using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).
System settings
Backlight
Equaliser
Streaming audio quality
Network
Time/Date
Inactive Standby
Network settings
Network wizard
PBC Wlan setup
View settings
Wlan region
Manual settings
NetRemote PIN Setup
Network settings
Network wizard
Scanning...
Configuring the audio system to use the wired Ethernet connection
2. Connect your audio system to your router using an Ethernet cable plugged into the RJ-45 socket at
the back of the unit. From the Network Settings menu select 'Network wizard'. This will display a list of
any WiFi networks that are found. Scroll down the list and select the '[Wired]' option.
The audio system will then use its Ethernet connection to communicate with the network. By default the
unit will then acquire an IP address and other network settings from the network's router using DHCP
(Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).
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SSID
Jones family
[WPS] Paul’s network
Smith
Brown
[Rescan]
[Wired]
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Manual network configuration
If you do not wish to use DHCP for automatic network configuration, or if your network is configured with a
hidden SSID, then you will need to enter some network settings manually. The typical user will not need to
use manual network configuration. The facility is provided to allow the product to be used with networks where
the configuration of devices is not managed by the router, or where customised settings may be required. In
such cases it is assumed that the user already has sufficient knowledge to understand the terms and settings
used for this purpose. IPv4 address schemes are used.
1. From the audio system's Network Settings menu, select 'Manual settings'. You must then choose whether
to connect using 'Wired' or '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. If you choose
'Wired' there are five screens and the progress marker will reflect this, although the steps to set up the
network parameters are basically the same.
2. The subsequent menus allow configuration of the following parameters:
DHCP - On or Off
IP address - e.g. 192.168.1.25
Subnet mask - e.g. 255.255.255.0
Gateway adress - e.g. 192.168.1.1
DNS address (primary and secondary addresses)
SSID - needed for WiFi connections if the SSID is not broadcast
WEP / WPA / WPA2 key and settings
When entering numbers, the SSID or the WiFi pass key, 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
Menu Up or Down and Select as needed:
select '
select '
select '
' to erase a character just entered (long press to clear); Info again to continue
Connection type
Wired
Wireless
IP settings
IP address
192 . 168 .
Subnet mask
255 . 255 .
1
SSID:
mynetwork
0
7
,
f
m
1 2 3
8 9 .
a b
g h i
n o p
' to cancel and go back to the TKIP / AES options screen
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.
255 .
4 5 6
_ - @
c d e
j k l
q r s
' when the complete encryption key has been entered
3. Upon completion of the settings the audio system should connect to the network. If the connection is made
successfully, the audio system will return to the Network Settings menu. If the unit cannot connect, then
it will display a 'Failed to connect' message. You will then need to identify which setting may need to be
changed, or whether some other network issue is responsible. Once connected, the network settings are
saved. They are retained in memory while the audio system is disconnected from the mains.
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Network settings
Network wizard
PBC Wlan setup
View settings
Wlan region
Manual settings
NetRemote PIN Setup
Network settings
Please wait
Connecting...
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Configuration Configuration - Using the UNDOK app
Download the UNDOK app
Download and install the UNDOK app on to your Android or iOS device.
•
iOS - Download from Apple App Store
•
AndroidTM - Download from Google Play
•
If you already have the UNDOK app installed on your device ensure that you have the latest version.
•
It is possible that this app may have been changed slightly since these instructions were written.
•
Please refer to the Roberts Radio website for guidance on how to use the latest version.
Note: At the time of writing Android version 4.0.3 and later or iOS version 9 or later are required to use UNDOK.
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Setup new audio system - Apple iOS device
If your device uses Android, please see page 20.
The UNDOK app has a setup wizard to help configure suitable audio devices to connect to your home WiFi network.
1. Open the UNDOK
app.
2. Setup a New Audio
system.
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3. The app will prompt you
to use your device’s
WiFi settings to connect
to your audio system.
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4. Select your Stream
67 audio system.
Once your device
has connected to the
audio system, return to
the UNDOK app.
DAB
5. Use the app to complete
the setup,including giving
the unit a name whether
it is connected by WiFi
or Ethernet. If you wish
to connect using an
ethernet cable please
see page 10.
6. For a WiFi connection
the app will ask you to
choose a WiFi network
and enter the appropriate
password.
7. Your audio system will
connect to your network.
Configuration Setup new audio system - Android device
If your device is an iPhone or iPad (i.e. uses iOS) please see page 19.
The UNDOK app has a setup wizard to help configure suitable audio devices to connect to your home WiFi network.
1. Open the UNDOK
app.
2. Setup a New Audio
system.
3. The app will show a
list of suggested audio
systems to setup.
4. Your audio system will
normally appear in this
list as Stream 67. It may
appear in the list below
called Other. Select the
unit to be setup.
5. Use the app to complete
the audio system setup,
including giving the audio
system a name.
6. Choose whether it is
connected via WiFi or
Ethernet. If you wish
to connect using an
ethernet cable please
see page 10.
7. For a WiFi connection
the app will ask you to
choose a WiFi network
and enter the appropriate
password.
8. Your audio system will
connect to your network.
Note: If when setting up your audio system your Android device complains that it
cannot connect to the internet this is because it is temporarily connected directly to
your audio system. You should ignore this warning message.
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Network remote control options
Network PIN setup (PIN number)
Your audio system 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 your audio system can only be controlled by
your own device rather than someone else's.
Network settings
Network wizard
PBC Wlan setup
View settings
Wlan region
Manual settings
NetRemote PIN Setup
The remote control application is called UNDOK, by Frontier Silicon Limited, and
is available from the Apple App Store and Google Play for your device.
UNDOK will try to use the default PIN of '1234' to control your audio system.
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 in the UNDOK
app to allow the app to reconnect to the audio system. The app will prompt you
for the PIN as needed.
Keep network connected
Your audio system has the option to shut down its WiFi or Ethernet connection
when it is in Standby. This minimises power consumption but it does mean
that you will need to switch the audio system on manually in order to use either
Spotify Connect, the 'Play to / Cast to Device' function or any remote control
software such as the UNDOK app.
If you need to be able to remotely control the audio 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, or the Ethernet connection indicator is shown unplugged or
plugged in, according to the state of the connection.
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Control via the UNDOK app
Network settings
Wlan region
Manual settings
NetRemote PIN Setup
Network profile
Clear network settings
Keep network connected
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Internet Radio Internet Radio
Internet Radio - the basics
Before you can use your audio system to listen to broadcasts via the Internet, it is necessary
to have connected it to your computer network using the wireless (WiFi) connection or the
wired Ethernet connection (RJ-45 socket) located on the back of the unit. Please see page
10 for details.
There are literally many thousands of radio broadcasts available via the Internet as well as
'Podcasts'. Your audio system provides several ways of searching for broadcasts in order
to make finding and choosing them easier. Once you have found the radio stations that you
like, you may store them as presets within the audio system. The audio system allows you
to store up to 10 presets.
Internet radio
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 audio 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 Stream 67 audio system connects to a radio station database which 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 which 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 On/Standby to switch on the audio system. Press Mode until Internet
Radio is selected.
2. Press Menu.
3. Choose 'Station list', 'Stations', 'Location', and then scroll the list of continents
then countries in either direction. Choose a radio category.
Note that the menu may offer one or more local selections based upon the
country in which the radio is being used, according to your internet IP address
('United Kingdom' and 'BBC' stations, for example).
4. Highlight your chosen radio station or Podcast. Press Select.
If the audio system is unable to connect to a particular radio station this may
be for one of the reasons explained in 'troubleshooting' page 85.
Selecting a radio station by Genre
1. Press Menu. Choose 'Station list', 'Stations', 'Genre', and then scroll the list of
content types in either direction. Choose the desired genre.
2. Choose either 'Highlighted Stations' or a list of countries.
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
Internet radio
Local UK
Stations
BBC
Podcasts
Help
Stations
Location
Genre
Search stations
Popular stations
New stations
3. Highlight your chosen radio station. Press Select.
Searching for a radio station by name
1. Press Menu.
2. Choose 'Station list', 'Stations' then 'Search stations'.
3. To enter the search word(s) press Menu Up or Down, Left or Right to highlight
each character for the search in turn, and press Select to enter. If you make an
error use Info to access the delete character '
' on the screen and then
press Select. Press Info again to go back to the character selection. After the
final character of the search has been entered, use Info and then Select to
highlight the '
' symbol on the screen and then press Select to finish.
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Genre
Blues
Funk-Groove
Gospel
R&B
Soul
World-Traditional
Stations
ROCK 100
0 1 2 3
7 8 9
D E F G
K L M N
R S T U
4
A
H
O
V
5
B
I
P
W
6
C
J
Q
X
Internet Radio Selecting a new or popular station
Your audio system connects via the Internet to a database of radio stations. This option
is provided to highlight stations which are newly added to the list of those available, or
stations which are particularly popular with listeners around the world.
1. When in Internet Radio mode press Menu.
2. Choose 'Station list', 'Stations' and then 'Popular stations' or 'New stations'.
3. Highlight your chosen radio station. Press Select.
Selecting a podcast
Radio broadcasters and individuals may make programmes which are intended normally
to be downloaded into a computer or copied onto a portable media player. These are
commonly known as Podcasts. Podcasts are also accessible using the Podcasts option
on the Stations menu (see page 23).
1. When in Internet Radio mode press Menu. Choose 'Station list' and then 'Podcasts'.
2. You may then search by location, genre, or using part of the name of the podcast.
The searches operate in exactly the same way as when searching for a conventional
radio station.
3. Stations which enable you to listen to previously broadcast programmes may allow
you to fast-forward, rewind to any point within a programme and play or pause.
Note: These features are dependent on the programme or podcast and will not always
be available.
Last Listened
The 'Last Listened' feature 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 audio system is
disconnected from the mains.
1. When in Internet Radio mode, press Menu and then choose 'Last listened'.
2. The display will then show a list of the last ten Internet radio stations or podcasts.
Highlight whichever you wish to listen to and then press Select to cause your audio
system to reconnect to that radio station or podcast.
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Stations
Location
Genre
Search stations
Popular stations
New stations
Popular stations
BBC Radio 4
ENERGY ZURICH
All Irish Radio
Classic FM
RTL
BBC Radio 2
Podcasts
Location
Genre
Search podcasts
Podcasts
0
7
D
K
R
1
8
E
L
S
2
9
F
M
T
3 4
A
G H
N O
U V
5
B
I
P
W
6
C
J
Q
X
Internet radio
Last listened
Station list
System settings
Main menu
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Presetting stations Internet radio, DAB and FM
Your audio system has 10 memory presets for Internet radio, 10 DAB and
10 FM which can easily be set to store the details of any radio station or
(for internet radio a podcast).
The radio station presets are retained even when the audio system is
switched off.
For internet radio only, please see also the sections 'Last Listened' on
page 24.
Storing a preset (1 - 10) using the remote control
1. Switch on your audio system and tune to the required Internet Radio,
DAB or FM station.
2. Apply a long press on the required Preset button (1-10) on the remote
control until the display shows 'Preset stored'.
Repeat this procedure as needed for the remaining presets.
3. Stations which are already stored in the presets may be over-written
by following the procedure above.
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Internet Radio Recalling a preset (1 - 10) using the remote control
1. Switch on your audio system.
2. Select the required mode (Internet Radio, DAB or FM) using the Mode
button.
Internet radio
BBC Radio 2
2
3. Momentarily press and release the required preset button (1-10) on
the remote control.
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Description
The best new
music and
entertainment
10
4. Your audio system will then connect to the station stored in the preset
memory. The preset used will be shown at the bottom of the display
screen.
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Storing a preset (1 - 10) using the menu
Save to Preset
1. [Not set]
2. BBC Radio 4
3. Atlantic FM
4. [Not set]
5. [Not set]
6. BBC Radio 4
1. Switch on your audio system and tune to the required Internet Radio,
DAB or FM station.
2. Apply a long press on the Preset button on the unit. The display will
show a 'Save to Preset' menu.
3. Use the Tuning control to scroll through the preset list until you reach
an unused preset or a preset that you wish to change.
4. Press and release the Tuning/Select control to store the preset.
'Preset stored' will be shown on the display.
Repeat this procedure as needed for the remaining presets.
5. Stations which are already stored in the presets may be over-written
by following the procedure above.
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Internet Radio Recalling a preset (1 - 10) using the menu
1. Select the required mode (Internet Radio, DAB or FM) using the Mode
button.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2. Press and release the Preset button to display the 'Recall from Preset'
menu.
3. Use the Tuning control to select the desired preset station. Press and
release the Tuning/Select control.
Internet radio
BBC Radio 2
Your radio will then connect to the station stored in the preset memory.
2
Note: You may select a stored preset by pressing the Previous or
Next button.The preset used will be shown at the bottom of the display
screen.
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Recall from Preset
Classic FM
BBC Radio 4
Atlantic FM
RTL
BBC Radio 2
[Not set]
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Description
The best new
music and
entertainment
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Display options - Radio / Bluetooth / Music Player
Your audio system has a range of display options when in Internet Radio, DAB, FM,
Bluetooth and Music Player modes.
Press the Info button to cycle through the various options.
When images are displayed (station logos, album art) they may be displayed full
screen by pressing Select. Press Select again to exit.
Internet Radio display options
Internet radio
BBC Radio 2
Description, genre, reliability, format, playback buffer, date.
2
Internet radio
Additional or alternative information may be displayed when listening to Podcasts.
BBC Radio 2
Station name, scrolling text, program type, multiplex name, channel & frequency,
signal strength / error rate, bit rate, audio type and date.
DAB Radio
DAB
LBC
DAB Radio
For the signal strength/error rate a low error number indicates a better quality of DAB
radio signal. The minimum signal marker 'I' which separates the left and right parts of
the signal graph shows the minimum signal level required for satisfactory reception.
If a DAB radio broadcast provides a slideshow image, this may be viewed full screen
by pressing Select. Press Select again to exit.
Description
The best new
music and
12:34
entertainment
Description
2
The best new
music and
entertainment
12:34
2
DAB
LBC
DAB Radio display options
12:34
2
Londons Biggest
Conversation - LBC
12:34
Londons Biggest
Conversation - LBC
FM
103.40MHz
12:34
FMFM Radio
103.40MHz
12:34
RDS
FM Radio
Bluetooth
Julia’s iPod touch
16.34
RDS
Artist
Edgar Froese
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Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Julia’s iPod touch
16.34
Artist
Edgar Froese
Bluetooth
Music player
Love Me Do
12:34
The best new
music
2 and
entertainment
12:34
2
DAB
LBC
DAB
LBC
DAB Radio
DAB
LBCDAB Radio
FM Radio display options
Station name, scrolling text, frequency, program type and date.
DAB Radio
2
Internet Radio Londons Biggest
Conversation - LBC
FM
103.40MHz
FM
103.40MHz
FMFM Radio
103.40MHz
In FM mode your radio can use the Radio Data System (RDS) to display the
radio station name and additional text when provided by the broadcaster
and where the radio signal is sufficiently clear.
FM Radio
FM Radio
12:34
12:34
12:34
RDS
RDS
Bluetooth
Julia’s iPod touch RDS
Bluetooth
Artist
Julia’s iPod touch
Edgar Froese
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Artist
Edgar Froese
Julia’s iPod touch
Bluetooth display options
If your connected device is able to provide information from the track
being played, your audio system can display the following in Bluetooth
mode:- Title, album and artist details.
Bluetooth
Music player
Love Me Do
Music player
Love Me Do
My Music
Music
player
LoveMyMe
Do
Music
Progress bar, artist, album, format, buffer and date details.
My Music
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DAB
16.34
16.34
16.34
Artist
Edgar Froese
Bluetooth
Music Player display options
12:34
Londons Biggest
Conversation - LBC
Londons Biggest12:34
Conversation - LBC
12:34
12:34
1.06
2.21
12:34
1.06
2.21
1.06
2.21
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Music Player
Use with Windows, Apple Mac, Linux, USB memory
Please note that when using a UPnP/
DLNA server, the search and selection
criteria that are available to the user
are determined by the server software,
and not by the device playing the
content. Typical searches 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 is less flexible than some other UPnP servers in this regard, but is
generally easier to set up.
The Music Player allows you to play audio files which are stored on a
another device connected to your network or which are held on a USB
memory device plugged into your audio system.
Networked devices that could hold audio files can include computers,
smart phones, tablets, Network Attached Storage (NAS) units, and network
routers which have UPnP / DLNA file sharing capability. In order to play
files from a device on your network, your audio system must connect to
a file server program on that device which uses the Universal Plug and
Play (UPnP) protocol (often known as DLNA).
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) 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 your audio system.
If the device is a computer or tablet using Windows, then it probably
already has a UPnP server program available in the form of Windows
Media Player (WMP). This allows you to share your files to devices on
your network, and you may then select files by Album, Artist, and so on
using your audio system's controls. WMP can serve MP3, WMA, AAC
and WAV files to your audio system (and FLAC files from Windows 10).
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.
If you are an Apple MacOS, Linux, iOS or Android user, or if you have your
audio files stored in other formats, such as ALAC, there are many other
UPnP server programs available. Note that Apple computers do not support
UPnP streaming natively and third party software is required for this task.
If you wish to use a DLNA server built into your network router, you should
consult your router's documentation on how this should be configured.
It is not possible in this book to describe server applications for all available
environments, and neither is it practical to describe how to get the best
out of each. Windows Media Player is used as an example in this case,
although many of the principles are applicable to other servers as well.
The access to the media, the choice of media for playing, and the use of
the media playback controls from the product or from its controlling app
are similar regardless of the UPnP / DLNA server being used.
The Music Player on the audio system can play audio files in MP3, WMA,
AAC, ALAC, FLAC and WAV formats. WMA Lossless files can also be
played when using Windows Media Player as the UPnP server. Note that
the playback of files encoded using WMA Voice, WMA 10 Professional,
and of files which have DRM protection is not supported by the unit.
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When using your unit as part of a group of multi-room products, audio files
in ALAC and FLAC formats will only play on the group master (see page 86).
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Music Player Accessing your audio files via a UPnP server
If your computer is running Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10, then Windows Media
Player includes a UPnP server which will make your files available to your
audio system. There are other UPnP server solutions available for nonWindows users and for Windows users who may wish to use an alternative
(see the preceding page).
Enabling Media Streaming in Windows Media Player 12
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.
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Set up UPnP access with Windows Media Player
1. At the time of writing, Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 all use Windows Media
Player version 12 (referred to here as WMP 12), and the configuration
is similar in each case. WMP 12 can create a library from all the media
files available to it on your PC. To add new media files to the library,
select 'Library', then 'Music', then 'All music' or 'Artist', 'Album' etc.
This will show you the current library contents. You may then simply
drag and drop files from other locations into the library. Alternatively,
with media files or folders on the screen, you may right-click on the
file or folder and select 'Include in library' and then select 'Music'. In
this way you can quickly add additional content to your music library.
2. In WMP 12, click on 'Stream' (see picture at right) and then select
'Automatically allow devices to play my media'. Then accept the
'Automatically allow all computer and media devices' option. There
are other options (see overleaf) but this is the simplest if you just wish
to quickly enable media streaming to your audio system.
My Music
Music
player
3. Switch the audio system on and press Mode until the 'Music Player'
mode is shown. The main music player menu will then be displayed.
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Set up UPnP access on a Windows PC - cont.
4. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Shared media' is highlighted
and press Select. The audio system will scan for all available
UPnP servers. It may take a few seconds for the audio system
to complete its scan. The audio system will display '<Empty>'
if no UPnP servers are found.
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
Clear My playlist
5. After scanning, select your UPnP server. If you allowed automatic
connection previously, your audio system should now connect
and you may skip to the next page.
Shared media
JENNY: Jenny’s music
HOME_PC: Mum’s music
If you did not permit automatic connections, your audio system
will then normally display 'Unauthorised' at this stage.
6. Your PC may prompt you that there has been a connection to
your UPnP server. Whether prompted or not, in order that the
audio system may access the music files, you will need to click
the 'Library' tab in WMP 12 and select the 'Stream…' item to
open the 'Media Streaming' window. Select 'Automatically allow
devices to play my media' then select 'Automatically allow all
computer and media devices'.
Allowing a device to connect to Windows Media Player 12
Alternatively select 'More Streaming options' to enable sharing
on a 'per device' basis.
7. In the 'More streaming options' window, the unit may be listed as
a blocked device. Click on the button shown to select 'Allowed'.
Note: If you are using Microsoft's Windows' firewall software,
this should be correctly configured by WMP 12. If you are using
third party firewall software you may need to manually configure
it to allow your unit and WMP 12 to communicate (see the
'Troubleshooting' section on page 85).
8. On the audio system, select the named server again. If WMP 12
is now able to communicate with your audio system you will be
presented with some media selection options on the display.
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DAB
Music Player Locating and playing media files using UPnP
Once the UPnP server has been configured to share media files with your audio
system, you may select the files that you wish to play as follows:1. Switch on the audio system. Press Mode as needed until the Music Player
mode display is shown. The main Music Player menu will then be displayed.
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
Clear My playlist
2. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Shared media' is highlighted on the display and
then press Select to cause the audio system to scan for UPnP servers. Note
that it may take a few seconds for the audio system to complete its scan. The
display will return to the Music Player menu if no UPnP servers are found.
3. After a successful scan, highlight your UPnP server and then press Select. If
the display shows multiple media types, select 'Music'. (Some UPnP servers
can serve pictures and video content to suitable devices.)
4. The audio system will now list the media categories which are made available
by the UPnP server - for example, 'Album', 'Artist' and 'Genre'. Highlight which
category you wish to browse, then press Select to confirm your choice.
If you wish to use the search function choose 'Search' on the display. You may
select characters to build a keyword for searching for content to play.
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' which it
can display when you examine your music library on your PC. For a library of many
files this can take some time.
Media selection
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.
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Shared media
JENNY: Jenny’s music
HOME_PC: Mum’s music
JENNY: Jenny’s music
Music
Video
Pictures
Playlists
Music
All music
Genre
All Artists
Contributing Artists
Album Artists
Composers
The Stream 67 is able to display the album art for the track
being played. The ability of the audio system to display art
depends on the presence of the art in the file being played,
the art being not too large (or being re-sized by the server),
and the ability of the UPnP server to send the art to the audio
system. Art sent to the audio system needs to be in a JPEG
format and no larger than 640 x 480 pixels. If the radio does
not receive any art then a default icon is displayed. Some
UPnP server applications will also send a default icon if no art
is found within the file being played. Due to the wide variations
in album art formats and UPnP/DLNA standards, the failure of
the radio to display album art is not considered to be a fault.
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Listening to a complete album
1. Press Menu Up or Down to choose content by Artist, Album, Genre, etc. according to
your needs then press Select to enter your choice.
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).
3. With the first track in the album indicated, press Select. The album will then begin
playing.
While the unit is playing from your media library, you may use the menus as described
to choose a different selection. When you select the track from which to play, the unit will
then immediately begin playing the new selection. Please also see 'Playlists' on page 39.
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. Press Menu Up or Down until the required track is highlighted.
3. Press Select. The track will begin playing. The audio system will then play subsequent
tracks from the same album or folder.
Music
All music
Genre
All Artists
Contributing Artists
Album Artists
Composers
All Artists
Beautiful South
Beethoven
Cat Stevens
Cream
Edgar Froese
The Beatles
12:34
Music player
Love Me Do
Controlling playback
1. Press Pause to pause playback of the current track.
My Music
2. If you press Play, playback will resume from the point where it was paused.
3. Press Previous to start playback of the previous track in the list.
4. Press Next to start playback of the next track in the list.
5. Press and hold the Next or Previous button to move through the current track. The
longer the button is pressed, the greater the speed at which the player will move through
the track. Release the button when the desired point is reached. (Note that this feature
is not supported when playing files encoded using the FLAC and ALAC formats.)
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Music
Video
Pictures
Playlists
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2.21
Music Player Controlling playback cont.
In the music player you may choose to repeat the current album (or playlist), or to play the
files in random order, or both options together.
Repeat tracks
1. To enable or disable the Repeat option, press the Repeat/Shuffle button. The repeat
icon will show on the display when repeat is enabled.
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My playlist
Repeat play: On
Shuffle play: Off
Clear My playlist
12:34
Music player
Love Me Do
You may also control the options from the Main Music Player menu.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Repeat play' is highlighted.
3. To activate the repeat option press Select so that 'On' appears on the display. Your
selected tracks will now be played repeatedly and the Repeat icon will show on the
display.
My Music
1.06
2.21
4. To turn off the repeat option highlight 'Repeat play' and press Select so that 'Off' appears
on the display.
5. Press Menu to exit.
Play tracks in random order
1. To enable or disable the Shuffle option, press the Repeat/Shuffle button. The shuffle
icon will show on the display when shuffle is enabled.
You may also control the options from the Main Music Player menu.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Shuffle play' is highlighted.
3. To activate the shuffle option press Select so that 'On' appears on the display. Your
selected tracks will be played in random order and the Shuffle icon will show on the
display.
4. To turn off the shuffle option highlight 'Shuffle play' and press Select so that 'Off' appears
on the display.
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: On
Clear My playlist
12:34
Music player
Love Me Do
My Music
1.06
2.21
5. Press Menu to exit.
If both Repeat and Shuffle playback options are set to 'On' then both Repeat and Shuffle
icons will be shown in the display.
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Using USB memory devices
This section describes how to use your audio system to access and playback
your audio files via USB memory devices. USB memory devices plug into the
rectangular slot on the rear of your audio system.
Important: Your audio system 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 Stream 67 has been tested with a range of USB memory devices of up
to 256GB capacity. USB memory must use the FAT or FAT 32 filing system in
order to operate with your audio system. Your audio system is unable to play
from media formatted using the exFAT or NTFS formats.
Internet Radio/DAB/DAB+/FM RDS/Bluetooth/CD/USB
Smart Audio System
It is possible to use SD, SDHC or SDXC 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 audio system.
Audio formats supported are MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, ALAC 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.
Cautions:
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.
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.
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In order to minimise the risk of damage to your audio system
or your USB memory, please place the unit so that the memory
device cannot easily be knocked while it is inserted in the socket.
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.
The USB connection is intended only for flash memory devices.
The use of hard disk storage media is not supported.
Playback via USB of files stored on MP3 players is not
guaranteed.
Music Player Playing files from USB memory devices
1. Carefully insert the USB memory device into the USB socket on the rear of your
audio system. Press On/Standby to switch the unit on.
The audio system 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
Select to select 'Yes' and skip to step 4 below.
If the USB memory was not automatically detected, proceed as follows.
2. To select USB playback mode press Mode as needed until the Music Player mode
is selected. If needed press Menu.
3. Press Menu Up or Down until 'USB playback' is highlighted on the display and
press Select. The audio system will now list the content stored on the USB memory
device. If there are many files or folders this may take a few seconds.
4. Press Menu Up or Down to highlight the required folder and press Select to enter
the current folder. The list of tracks in the current folder will be displayed.
Alternatively, if you have nested folders (such as album folders within an artist
folder) then you will simply step to the next folder level.
5. Press Menu Up or Down to select the track and press Select to begin playing
from the highlighted track. All files in the current folder will then be played in turn.
Files are sorted by filename in numeric-alpha order (0 - 9 ... A - Z) before being
played. Albums will play in the correct order if the filename begins with the track
number (use leading zeroes if more than 9 tracks).
6. Controlling playback from the USB memory device including Shuffle and Repeat
functions is explained on pages 35-36.
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
Clear My playlist
USB playback
1 - The Beatles
Abbey Road
Help!
Revolver
Rubber Soul
Sgt Peppers Lonely Heart
1 - The Beatles
Love Me Do.wma
From Me to You.wma
She Loves You.wma
I Want to Hold Your Hand.wma
Can’t Buy Me Love.wma
A Hard Day’s Night.wma
Music player
Love Me Do
My Music
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Music
player
My Music
12:34
Artist:
The Beatles
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Playlists
You may wish to set up a list of music tracks or albums which can then be played as background music for a party, for example. Your audio system
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 audio system until the external power is removed, or until the playlist is
cleared from the menu.
Adding a single track, entire album or folder to your playlist
1. When selecting (or when playing) a track using a UPnP server or a USB memory
device apply a long press on Select and the display will show 'Added to My playlist'.
2. The track will be added to the playlist for playback later.
3. When using a UPnP server or a USB memory device highlight the chosen album,
artist or folder and apply a long press on Select. The display will show 'Added to
My playlist'.
4. 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 (see below).
1 - The Beatles
Love Me Do
From Me to You
She Loves You
I Want to Hold Your Hand
Can’t Buy Me Love
A Hard Day’s Night
Added to My
playlist
Viewing your playlist
1. Press Mode as needed until the Music Player mode is shown. If needed press
Menu. The Music Player menu will then be shown on the display.
2. Choose 'My playlist' to enter the playlist.
3. Press Menu Up or Down to scroll through the playlist. Tracks which are served via
UPnP will show their track name and USB tracks will show their file name.
Erasing a track from the playlist
My playlist
1. Press Menu and then choose 'My Playlist'.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until the track you wish to erase is highlighted. Apply a
long press on Select.
3. To delete the track highlight 'YES', then press Select to confirm the deletion. If
you do not wish to delete the track from the list highlight 'NO' and press Select to
cancel the operation.
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Shared media
USB playback
My playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
Clear My playlist
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Delete from
My playlist?
Music Player Clearing the playlist
1. Press Menu. To clear the whole playlist choose 'Clear My playlist' and then
choose 'YES'. If you do not wish to clear the playlist choose 'NO'.
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
Clear My playlist
Playing your playlists
1. Press Menu. Choose 'My playlist'.
2. To play the playlist from a particular track, press Menu Up or Down until the
desired track is highlighted then press Select to start play.
3. While playing from the playlist, you can use this function to jump to a particular
track within the playlist. While playing from the playlist, you may add additional
tracks or albums or remove specific tracks (please see the preceding page).
Clear My playlist
Remove all from My playlist
Prune servers
Your unit stores details of UPnP servers that it has seen via its network connection in
its internal memory. If you use the audio system at different locations you may find that
there are servers listed by the audio system that you are no longer interested in. The
prune servers function allows only active UPnP servers on the currently connected
network to be shown when selecting 'Shared Media' from the Music Player menu.
1. Press Menu. Choose 'Prune servers'. To remove servers that are no longer
required choose 'YES'. If you do not wish to prune servers choose 'NO'.
Music player
Shared media
USB playback
My playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
Clear My playlist
Music player
USB playback
My playlist
Repeat play: Off
Shuffle play: Off
Clear My playlist
Prune servers
Wake On LAN
If you are using a computer as a UPnP server for playing your music files via your
audio system, you may not wish to keep that computer operating when you are not
listening via your audio system. If your computer is suitably configured, it can either
shut down, or enter a Standby or hibernation state when it is not being used.
Your audio system can wake up a computer which has shut down using a Wake
On LAN command via the network provided that the audio system has previously
connected to a UPnP server application on that computer. A computer which is not
currently active will be shown with a question mark in the list of UPnP servers. Many
computers will not respond to Wake On LAN commands from the audio system
in all modes, and may require software, device driver, BIOS, hardware or router
configuration changes for this function to operate. Failure of a computer to respond
to Wake On LAN is not considered a fault of the audio system.
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Shared media
?DAD: Les:
?JENNY: Jenny’s music
HOME_PC: Mum’s music
Prune servers
Prune shared media
wake on LAN servers?
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Keep network connected
Windows 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' function
Your audio system has the option to shut down its WiFi or Ethernet
connection when it is in Standby. This minimises power consumption but
it does mean that you will need to switch the audio system on manually in
order to use either Spotify Connect, the 'Play to / Cast to Device' function
or any remote control software such as the UNDOK app.
If you use Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10 it is possible to choose a music album,
track or playlist at the computer and then tell Windows that this should
be played on the audio system using the 'Play to' function (called 'Cast
to Device' in Windows 10).
Similar functionality is available for handheld devices using Apple's iOS or
Android operating systems by using the UNDOK app. To use this feature,
choose the 'Local Music' source option in the UNDOK app.
If you need to be able to remotely control the unit 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, or the Ethernet connection indicator is shown
unplugged or plugged in, according to the state of the connection.
Network settings
Wlan region
Manual settings
NetRemote PIN Setup
Network profile
Clear network settings
Keep network connected
When used in this way the playing screen on the audio system will show
the current operating mode as 'Local Music'. In this mode the audio system
operates as a DLNA Digital Media Renderer.
Network settings
1. In order to use the 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' function, the audio system
must be actively connected to the network. If your audio system is
configured to keep its network connection in Standby mode (see 'Keep
network connected', at left), then go to step 3.
Keep network connected?
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2. If your audio system is not currently in use, or does not have an active
connection to your network, then you should first switch on your audio
system and select the Music player mode using the Mode button.
Then select 'Shared media' from the menu so that the audio system
establishes a connection with Windows Media Player on your PC. After
this step, all other functions may be performed from your computer.
3. At your Windows PC, locate the file, album or playlist that you wish
to play on the audio system.
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4. Use the right-hand mouse button to pop-up a menu of options for the
chosen item and select the 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' option.
5. Windows should show you one or more devices, including your audio
system, to which you may choose to send the music. Highlight the
audio system item and click with the left mouse button.
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Music Player 6. Windows will then open a 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' window showing
the track or tracks to be played. Your computer will then take control of
your audio system. Your audio system will enter the 'Local Music' mode
and after a few seconds the audio system will start playing.
7. While the audio system is playing in 'Local Music' mode you can use
the controls in the 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' window on your computer
to skip tracks, fast-forward or rewind, to pause or restart, and to change
the volume on the audio system.
You may also use the controls on your audio system to adjust volume,
display track information (press the Info button) or to change operating
mode. It is not possible to skip tracks or pause playback using the audio
system’s controls while it is in 'Local Music' mode.
8. While playing, you may select additional content within Windows and
again use the 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' function (see steps 3 – 5). The
additional tracks will be added to the playlist in the current 'Play to' /
'Cast to Device' window. You may also delete or change the order of
tracks within the 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' window.
9. When you wish to exit 'Local Music' mode, simply either switch off your
audio system or select a different operating mode.
Don’t forget that in order to reselect the 'Local Music' mode and to be able
to use 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' from Windows you must first ensure that
your audio system has an active connection to your network (see steps 1
and 2 above).
Note: Some Windows security software can prevent correct operation of
the 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' function. Such software may have updates or
configuration options which will permit 'Play to' / 'Cast to Device' to operate
correctly - please consult your anti-virus software supplier. The 'Play to'
/ 'Cast to Device' function in Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 has been tested
successfully with the Stream 67 audio system when using Microsoft’s own
security software without problems.
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12:34
Local music
Love Me Do
Playback buffer
My Music
12:34
Local music
Love Me Do
My Music
Album:
1 - The Beatles
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Spotify Connect
What is Spotify?
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.
A Spotify account is required to listen on your Roberts Stream 67.
Visit spotify.com
Main Features
Spotify Connect
Instant switching.
From your headphones to any room in the house.
A better way to listen at home.
Listen on your speakers or TV, using the Spotify app as a remote. Enjoy
the music together.
Play together.
Control the music from any mobile, tablet or computer using
the Spotify app.
Listen out loud with Spotify Connect
Nonstop tunes.
Make calls, watch videos, go out of range.
1. Connect your Roberts Stream 67 to your wifi network.
The music keeps flowing.
2. Open up the Spotify app on your phone, tablet or laptop using the
same wifi network.
3. Play a song and select Devices Available.
Bring the party.
4. Select your Roberts Stream 67 and start listening.
Readymade playlists for every mood and moment.
Visit spotify.com/connect to learn more.
Connect to better sound.
Higher sample rates make the most of your music.
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Spotify Connect Controlling Spotify on your audio system
The music can be controlled using the controls on your audio system as well as by
any Spotify enabled device.
1. Press the Pause button to pause playback of the current track.
2. Press the Play button, playback will resume from the point where it was paused.
Spotify
Magic Lantern
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Edgar Froese
3. Press the Next button to start playback of the next track in the current Spotify
playlist.
4. Press the Previous button to start playback of the previous track in the current
Spotify playlist.
5. Set the Volume control to the required volume level. The volume may also be
controlled from within the current Spotify app.
6. Press the Info button to step through the available display options.
Using the Mode button to select Spotify
If you have previously connected using the Spotify Connect app you may select
Spotify using the mode button on your audio system.
1. Press the Mode button to select the Spotify mode.
Please note if the power is removed you will need to re-connect Spotify with your
audio system using the app once again.
Spotify
Connect
Friendly name - Spotify Connect
Your audio system is identified within the Spotify app using its Friendly Name.
By default, your audio system's name will be shown as "Stream 67" followed
by a 12 digit alphanumeric code which is the network MAC address that is
unique to your audio system.
If you would like to change this name to something more personalised you
may follow the instructions on page 83 of this instruction book.
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DAB Radio
1. Carefully extend the telescopic aerial. Press On/Standby to switch on the audio system.
If the audio system has been used before the last used mode will be selected.
2. Press Mode as needed to select the DAB Radio mode.
3. If this is the first time that the DAB mode is used a scan of the Band III DAB channels
will be carried out. The display will show 'Scanning'. During the scanning process, as
new stations are detected the station counter will increase and the stations will be added
to the list which is stored in the audio system. The bar graph indicates the progress of
the scan. When scanning is completed the audio system will list the stations found (in
numeric-alpha order 0....9...A...Z), unless it has previously tuned to a DAB station.
4. Press Menu Up or Down to scroll through the list of available DAB radio stations.
Press Select to select the highlighted station. The display may show 'Connecting...'
while the radio re-tunes. Use the Volume controls to set the sound level as needed.
5. 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 your audio system to a position
giving better reception.
Selecting a DAB radio station
1. When playing a DAB radio station, press Menu Up or Down to access the radio station
list and to scroll through the available stations.
2. Press Select. The display may show 'Connecting...' while the radio re-tunes.
Note: A question-mark in front of the station name indicates that the station has not
recently been detected by the audio system.
The use of the radio station presets is described on page 25.
Secondary services
Some radio stations may have one or more additional broadcasts associated with them. If
these are available, they will appear immediately after the main station as you press Menu
Up or Down. To tune to the selected service, press Select.
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DAB Radio
DAB
radio
Scan
Stations: 24
Scanning
Station list
Heart
Heat
Kerrang
Kiss
LBC
Planet Rock
DAB
LBC
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Londons Biggest
Conversation - LBC
DAB Radio
DAB Radio Finding new DAB radio stations
Should you wish to use your audio system for DAB reception in a new location, or if no
stations were detected during the initial scan, you can follow this procedure to allow your
audio system to find out which DAB radio stations are available.
1. Press Mode as needed to select the DAB Radio mode.
2. Press Menu.
3. Choose 'Scan'.
4. Press Select. The display will show 'Scanning' and your audio system will perform a
scan of the Band III DAB frequencies. As new 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.
5. Alternatively, press the Auto Tune button on the remote control to initiate a scan of
the DAB band III frequencies. The Auto Tune button may not operate in all display
modes. In this case use the menu option above.
Manual Tuning
Manual tuning allows you to tune your audio system to a particular DAB frequency in Band
III. Any new stations found will be added to the station list. This function can also be used
to assist the positioning of the telescopic aerial or the audio system to optimise reception
for a specific channel or frequency.
1. When in DAB mode, press Menu. Choose 'Manual tune'.
2. Choose the required DAB channel. Press Select.
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 audio system or its aerial. The minimum
signal marker 'I' which 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 audio system.
3. Press Menu or Back to choose a different frequency.
4. Press Menu or Back a second time to access the main DAB menu then select 'Station
list' to return to normal tuning.
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Station list
Scan
Manual tune
Prune invalid
DRC
Station order
Scan
Stations: 24
Scanning
DAB
Station list
Scan
Manual tune
Prune invalid
DRC
Station order
Manual tune
11B 218.640 MHz
11C 220.352 MHz
11D 222.064 MHz
12A 223.936 MHz
12B 225.648 MHz
12C 227.360 MHz
Manual tune
Heart
DAB Radio
12:34
11C 220.352 MHz
Strength:
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Dynamic Range Control settings
The DRC facillity can make quieter sounds easier to hear when your audio system is used
in a noisy environment.
1. When in DAB mode, press Menu.
2. Choose 'DRC' and then choose the required DRC setting (default is Off).
DRC Off - DRC is switched off, Broadcast DRC will be ignored. DRC Low - DRC level
is set to 1/2 that sent by broadcaster. DRC High - DRC is set as sent by broadcaster.
3. Press Select 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 audio
system will have no effect.
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Station list
Scan
Manual tune
Prune invalid
DRC
Station order
DRC
DRC high
DRC low
DRC off
Station order setup
Your audio system has 3 station order settings from which you can choose. The station
order settings are, alphanumeric, ensemble and valid. Note: The default station order is
alphanumeric.
1. When in DAB mode, press Menu.
2. Choose 'Station order' and then choose 'Alphanumeric' (list alphabetically), 'Ensemble'
(organised by DAB multiplex) or 'Valid' (shows only those stations for which a signal
can be found).
Prune stations
If you move to a different part of the country, some of the stations which 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 which 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. When in DAB mode, press Menu.
2. Choose 'Prune Invalid' and then choose 'YES' to cause the invalid station names to be
removed from the station list. If you do not wish to prune stations choose 'NO'.
Note: If you have moved your audio system to a different part of the country you should also
carry out a search for new stations (please see the section 'Finding new stations' on page 46).
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DAB
Station order
Alphanumeric
Ensemble
Valid
DAB
Station list
Scan
Manual tune
Prune invalid
DRC
Station order
Prune Invalid
This removes all invalid
stations, continue?
FM Radio FM Radio
Operating your audio system in FM mode
1. Carefully extend the telescopic aerial and press On/Standby to switch on the
audio system.
2. Press Mode as needed to select the FM Radio mode.
3. Apply a long press on the Menu Up button (on the remote control) or rotate
the Tuning control clockwise (on the unit) and then press the control. The
displayed frequency will increase. Your audio system will scan up the FM band
from the currently displayed frequency and will stop scanning when it finds a
station of sufficient strength.
4. The display will show the frequency of the signal which has been found. If RDS
information is available, after a few seconds the display will show the radio
station name.
FM Radio
6. Alternatively, the Auto Tune button (on the remote control) can also be used.
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103.40MHz
FM Radio
If you only hear hiss or interference, apply a long press on Menu Up to scan
further. Your radio may have found a spurious interference signal.
5. To scan down in frequency, apply a long press on the Menu Down button (on
the remote control) or rotate the Tuning control anti-clockwise (on the unit) and
then press the control. Your audio system will scan down the FM band from
the currently displayed frequency and will stop scanning when it finds a signal
of sufficient strength.
FM
radio
RDS
FM
Heart FM
FM Radio
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Best Variety Of
Hits
RDS
7. When the end of the waveband is reached your radio will recommence tuning
from the opposite end of the waveband. Adjust the volume as needed.
Manual tuning
1. Press Menu Up and Down to tune to a station. The frequency will change in
steps of 50kHz. Adjust the volume.
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Scan sensitivity setting - FM
Your audio system will normally scan for FM broadcasts which are strong enough to
give good reception. However, you may wish the Auto-scan function to also be able to
find weaker signals, possibly from more distant radio transmitters. Your audio system
includes a local / distant option for the Auto-scan function.
FM
Scan setting
Audio setting
System settings
Main menu
1. When in FM mode, press Menu.
2. Choose 'Scan setting'.
3. To set your audio system so that only the stations with the strongest signals are
found during scanning choose 'YES'. (Normally this will restrict scanning to local
transmissions).
4. Alternatively, to set your audio system so that all available stations are found during
scanning (local and distant transmissions) choose 'NO'.
Note: The initial setting (out of the box, or after a System Reset) causes the audio
system to ignore weaker (or more distant) signals.
FM station scan
Strong stations only?
YES
Stereo / Mono switching - FM
FM
Scan setting
Audio setting
System settings
Main menu
Your audio system will play stereo FM broadcasts in stereo provided that the received
signal is of adequate strength. However, as a stereo signal becomes weaker the audio
signal will become poorer.
FM weak reception
It may be preferable to force the audio system to play the station in mono in order to
reduce the level of background hiss.
1. Ensure your radio is in FM mode and tune to the required FM station.
2. To change the audio setting, press Menu.
3. Choose 'Audio setting'. The current audio setting is indicated with an asterisk. To
switch to mono in order to reduce the hiss from a weak FM signal choose 'YES'
or choose 'NO' to return to the normal automatic 'stereo or mono' setting.
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NO
Listen in Mono only?
YES
NO
Bluetooth Bluetooth mode
The Bluetooth mode on your audio 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 audio system's loudspeakers.
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When a Bluetooth enabled device such as your Stream 67 audio system is in a 'discoverable' state other Bluetooth devices can detect, pair with
or connect to it.
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'Bluetooth pairing' occurs when two Bluetooth enabled devices agree to establish a connection and communicate with each other.
Connecting Bluetooth devices
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. Ensure your audio system is switched on.
3. Press the Mode button on your audio system until the Bluetooth mode is selected.
Your audio system will show that it is 'discoverable' and the Bluetooth indicator
will flash blue. If the indicator is blue and not flashing, then the audio system
is already connected to another device. To cause the audio system to become
'discoverable', press the Bluetooth Pair button (on the remote) or apply a long
press on the Bluetooth Pair button (on the unit). Your Stream 67 will become
discoverable by other devices.
4. Using the Bluetooth settings of your phone, tablet or PC direct it to search for
'discoverable' devices. After a few seconds, you should see a device named
'Stream 67. Just occasionally it may take longer for the audio system to be found
by your device.
5. Select 'Stream 67' to cause your phone, tablet or PC to pair with your audio system
and to establish a connection.
Bluetooth
Connecting...
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Bluetooth
Julia’s iPod touch
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Bluetooth
6. Once the connection is established the Bluetooth indicator will remain steady.
You can now begin playing music from your smart-phone, tablet, etc.
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 audio system then enter a code of 0000 (four zeroes).
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Playing audio files in Bluetooth mode
When you have successfully connected your audio 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 control on your audio system or the connected Bluetooth device.
2. The volume of your audio system in Bluetooth mode is affected by the volume
settings on the audio system and also on the connected Bluetooth device.
If you adjust the volume control on the audio system but you find that the volume
from the audio system is not sufficient, it may be that the volume setting of the
connected device needs to be increased.
3. The audio player in your phone, tablet or PC may be able to respond to the Play,
Pause, Next track, Previous track buttons on the audio system.
Note: Not all player applications or devices may respond to all of these buttons.
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Julia’s iPod touch
Artist
Edgar Froese
Bluetooth
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You can only have one Bluetooth device connected to the audio system at any one
time although it may be paired with several devices. Once you have a Bluetooth
enabled device connected to your audio 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 Bluetooth Pair button (on the remote)
or apply a long press on the Bluetooth Pair button (on the unit). The Bluetooth
indicator flashes blue. Your Stream 67 audio system will become 'discoverable'
by other devices.
Bluetooth
Pairing
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2. You can now pair the audio system with a new device using its Bluetooth settings
the audio system will be listed as 'Stream 67'. When the new Bluetooth connection
has been established the Bluetooth indicator will remain steady. You may then
play music from the new device through the audio system.
3. If you no longer want your Bluetooth device to be paired with your audio system
you will need to delete the 'Stream 67' pairing on the device. Please refer to the
device's Bluetooth documentation.
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Bluetooth information
Bluetooth connectivity performance may vary depending on the connected
Bluetooth devices. Please refer to the Bluetooth capabilities of your device
before connecting to your audio system. All features may not be supported
on some paired Bluetooth devices.
The Bluetooth capabilities of your audio 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 audio system at a time. It supports the following Bluetooth profiles
and functionality.
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.
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Your audio system supports AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control
Profile) which allows your audio system to control music playback
from the connected device.
Note: If the unit is in the Bluetooth mode and it is not playing from a
Bluetooth device for more than 15 minutes it will automatically switch
to the standby mode. To use the audio system again, simply press On/
Standby to switch it on.
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 audio system or one of the other devices.
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Your audio system supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
which is a stereo audio connection that streams stereo music from
PCs, mobile phones etc. SBC and AAC audio codecs are supported.
Note: Some mobile phones may temporarily disconnect from your audio
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 audio system.
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
paneled 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.
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CD/MP3/WMA Compact discs
Use only Digital Audio CDs which have the
symbol.
Use only full size CDs (12cm diameter) with the audio system. Mini
CDs (8cm diameter) are not compatible with the player and may jam
the CD mechanism.
Transparent or partly transparent CDs cannot be played since they may
not be detected when inserted. Unusually thin (Eco) CDs cannot be played.
Some copy-protected CDs may not be playable.
Never write on a CD or attach any sticker to the CD. Always hold the CD
at the edge and store it in its box after use with the label facing up.
MP3 / WMA CD Mode
To remove dust and dirt, breathe on the CD and wipe it with a soft, lint free
cloth in a straight line from the centre towards the edge.
The Stream 67 audio system is able to play CD-R and CD-RW discs
containing MP3 and WMA files. It is assumed in this section that a file is
equivalent to a CD track.
Cleaning agents may damage the CD.
Do not expose the CD to rain, moisture, sand or to excessive heat. (e.g.
from heating equipment or in motor cars parked in the sun).
An MP3 / WMA CD may not contain more than 9999 files and not more
than 999 folders. Audio files should be created with an audio sample
rate of 44.1kHz (this is normal for files created from CD audio content).
Audio files data rates up to 320 kilobits per second are supported. WMA
Lossless, WMA Voice, WMA 10 Professional and files which have DRM
protection are not supported.
CD-R / CD-RW discs
Your Stream 67 can playback CD-DA format audio CD-R/CD-RW discs
that have been finalised* upon completion of recording.
*Finalising enables a CD-R/CD-RW disc to playback on audio players
such as your audio system. A disc which has not been finalised may
have information added to it using a computer but may not always be
playable. You may have to specifically enable the finalising step with
some CD writing software.
When burning CD-R and CD-RW discs with audio files, various problems
may arise which could lead to problems with playback. Typically such
problems are caused by poor CD writing or audio encoding software, or
by the hardware settings of the PC's CD writer, or by the CD being used.
Should such problems arise, contact the customer services of your CD
writer or software manufacturer or look in their product documentation
for relevant information. When you are making audio CDs, take care
to observe all legal requirements and ensure that the copyright of third
parties is not infringed.
Your audio system may fail to play some CD-R/CD-RW discs due to poor
recording and wide variation in quality of the CD-R/CD-RW disc.
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Inserting a CD
Ensure the CD player is empty before inserting a disc. If you cannot insert a disc,
apply a long press on the CD Eject button (on the top panel of the unit) to remove
the CD currently in the player.
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1. Press the On / Standby button to switch on your audio system.
2. To select the CD mode press the Mode button until 'CD' shows on the display
or insert an audio CD.
3. To eject a CD apply a long press on the CD Eject button. To reload a CD that
has just been ejected, apply a long press on the Eject button.
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Playing
4. Insert a disc with printed side facing up into the CD slot. The disc will be loaded
automatically. The unit will check the CD type and load its track list. The display
will show 'Loading' and then 'Reading' as the information is read.
5. If you load a disc containing MP3 or WMA files your audio system will enter the
MP3 / WMA mode.
Playing a CD
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1. Press the Play / Pause button to start playing the disc. Audio CD - the display
will show the first track number. MP3/WMA CD - the display will show the first
folder and file numbers.
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Pause
2. Adjust the Volume to the required setting.
3. To pause playing press the Play / Pause button. To resume play press the Play
/ Pause button again.
4. To stop playback, press the Stop button.
5. If you put the unit into standby mode then the next time the unit is switched on
it will return to the previously played track.
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CD/MP3/WMA Ejecting a CD
1.To take out the CD, apply a long press on the CD Eject button (on the top panel of
the unit). The display will show 'Eject'. In order to protect the disc if it is not removed,
the unit will reload the CD after 10 seconds and then enter standby mode.
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Selecting a track
1. While the CD is playing, press either the Next or Previous buttons to change to the
desired track. The updated track number is shown in the display.
2. You can also skip tracks when the player is paused. Skip to the desired track using
the Next or Previous buttons, release the button when the desired track is displayed.
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Playing
3. Press the Play / Pause button to play the selected track.
Selecting a track
1. For track numbers 1-10 simply press the corresponding digit button on the remote
control. For track numbers ten and above press the required digits using the 10/0
button to enter the digit zero.
2. If the track number exceeds the number of tracks on the CD, then the last track on
the CD will be played.
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Playing
File numbers up to 512 may be entered. The numbers of files in folders are added
together. So, for example, if the first two folders each contain 10 files, then entering
15 will play the fifth file in the second folder.
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To skip to another folder
1. With the MP3 / WMA CD in play mode, press and release either the Folder Up or
Down buttons. The first file of the next or previous folder will be played.
Search function
1. While the CD is playing, apply a long press on the Next or Previous buttons.
Release the button when the desired part of the track is reached.
Repeat a single track
1. While the CD is playing, press the Repeat button until the repeat single track symbol
( 1 ) appears in the display. The current track will be repeated.
Repeat a folder
1. While the CD is playing, press the Repeat button until the repeat folder symbol
( Folder ) appears in the display. The current folder will be repeated.
Repeat all tracks
1. While the CD is playing, press the Repeat button until the repeat all tracks symbol
( All ) appears in the display. All of the tracks on the CD will be played repeatedly.
To cancel the repeat function, press the Repeat button as needed.
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CD/MP3/WMA Shuffle tracks
1. While the CD is playing, press the Shuffle button until the shuffle symbol
) appears in the display. The tracks will be shuffled. To cancel the
(
shuffle function, press the Shuffle button as needed.
Browse CD files
Alternatively when playing MP3 and WMA CD files there is a browse option
in the Menu.
1. Press Menu to access the CD browse option.
CD
Browse
System settings
Main menu
2. Press Menu Up or Down to select the desired folder or file.
3. Press Select to begin playing from the highlighted file.
Display modes
Your audio system has a range of display options when in MP3 / WMA CD mode.
Note that not all information may be available for all files. Press the Info button
to cycle through the different options.
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Clock and Alarms
Automatically updating the clock
Your audio system will normally update the clock automatically when connected
to the internet. If you enter a time setting manually, the audio 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, your audio system will then
set the clock automatically using this information.
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.
System settings
Backlight
Equaliser
Streaming audio quality
Network
Time/Date
Inactive Standby
Time/Date
Set Time/Date
Auto update
Set format
Set timezone
Daylight savings
1. With your audio system switched on, press Menu.
2. Choose 'System settings', 'Time/Date', 'Auto update' and then choose an update
option from 'Update from DAB', 'Update from FM', Update from Network' or
'No update' as required.
Setting the clock format
The clock display used in Standby mode and on the playing mode screens can be
set to 12 or 24 hour format. The selected format is then also used when setting
the alarms.
1. With your audio system switched on, press Menu.
2. Choose 'System settings', 'Time/Date', Set format' and then select either 12 or
24 hour. The current clock display format is marked with an asterisk.
If the 12 hour clock format is chosen, the audio system will then use the 12 hour
clock for the setting of alarms, and will display a 12 hour clock with an AM or
PM indicator when in standby mode.
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Auto update
Update from DAB
Update from FM
Update from Network
No update
Time/Date
Set Time/Date
Auto update
Set format
Set timezone
Daylight savings
Date/Time
12/24 hour format
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Clock and Alarms Manually setting the clock
After a connection to the Internet has been established, your audio system will
normally set its clock automatically to the local time zone that was specified
during setup (see page 11).
Should you need to set the time manually, change the time zone, or manually
switch from winter to summer time (from GMT to BST in the UK, also commonly
known outside the UK as daylight savings time), then please follow this
procedure.
1. With your audio system switched on, press Menu.
2. Choose 'System settings'.
3. To change the current time or date setting choose 'Time/Date', 'Set Time/
Date', and then set the correct day, month, year, hour and minute digits.
To change the time zone setting go to step 5.
System settings
Backlight
Equaliser
Streaming audio quality
Network
Time/Date
Inactive Standby
Time/Date
Set Time/Date
Auto update
Set format
Set timezone
Daylight savings
Set Time/Date
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To change from winter to summer time go to step 6.
4. The display will then return to the previous menu.
5. Select 'Set timezone' and choose the time zone which is applicable to
your location.
6. Select 'Daylight savings'. The asterisk shows the current setting.
In the UK, ON is equivalent to British Summer Time, OFF is equivalent to
Greenwich Mean Time.
7. Choose 'ON' or 'OFF' as required. Press Menu to exit.
Set timezone
UTC + 00:00: Dublin, Lond
UTC + 00:30:
UTC + 01:00: Madrid, Am
UTC + 01:30:
UTC + 02:00: Athens, Cair
UTC + 02:30:
*
Daylight savings
Daylight savings
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Setting the alarm clock
Your audio system has two separate alarms which can be set to wake you to either the radio, CD or a buzzer alarm. In the event of a power interruption
your audio system has built in memory that will retain your alarm settings. Ensure that the time is set correctly before setting the alarms.
Main menu
CD
Bluetooth
Aux in
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
Alarms may be set while the audio system is in standby mode or switched on.
1. To change the states of the alarms while the audio system is in Standby
press the Alarm button. The display will cycle through No Alarm, Alarm 1
enabled, Alarm 2 enabled or Alarms 1 and 2 enabled.
Alarms
Alarm 1: Off [00:00]
Alarm 2: Off [00:00]
2. To change the alarm settings while the audio system is in Standby, apply
a long press on the Alarm button. This will cause the Alarms menu to
be displayed. Then skip to step 5 below.
3. To change the alarm settings while the audio system is switched on,
either press and release the Alarm button and then skip to step 5 below,
or alternatively press Menu. Choose 'Main menu'.
Alarm 1
Enable: Off
Time: 00:00
Mode: Buzzer
Volume: 20
Save
4. Choose 'Alarms' the current alarm settings will be displayed. If no change
is required, press the Menu button to exit.
5. Choose alarm (1 or 2).
6. Choose 'Time' and then choose the alarm hour and then the alarm minute.
If the audio 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
7. The display will then return to the alarm setting menu.
8. Choose 'Enable'. The display will show the Frequency options for the
alarm. The alarm frequency options are as follows:
'Off' - the alarm will be disabled
Alarm 1
Enable: Off
Time: 07:30
Mode: Buzzer
Volume: 20
Save
'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
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Alarm 1 frequency
Off
Daily
Once
Weekends
Weekdays
Clock and Alarms Setting the alarm clock - cont.
9. Choose the alarm frequency option. Choosing Off will disable the alarm.
If you choose to set the alarm to Once you will also need to set the date.
10. The alarm can be set to buzzer, Internet radio, DAB radio, FM radio or CD. 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.
Choose the 'Mode' option for the alarm either 'Buzzer' or the required radio mode.
11. If setting the alarm to a radio option, choose the 'Preset' option.
Choose from either the radio station 'Last listened' to, or from the presets 1 - 10. Scroll
to the chosen option and press Select to confirm the selection.
Note: The alarm may only use a preset which has already been stored.
12. Choose the 'Volume' option. The audio system uses the saved volume setting for
each alarm when it sounds. Use the Menu Up and Down and Select buttons to set
the required volume setting.
13. In order to store the alarm settings select the 'Save' option. Press Select. Your audio
system 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 Menu or the Back button. The display
will show 'Save changes' with a 'YES' or 'NO' option. Choose 'NO'. 'Alarm not saved'
will show on the display.
Active alarms are shown using small alarm indicators on the playing displays and
on the clock display when in Standby. Note: If you make a mistake, use the Menu
button to go back to the previous screen.
Alarm 1 date/time
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Alarm 1 mode
Buzzer
Internet radio
DAB
FM
CD
Alarm 1 preset
Last listened
1. BBC Radio 2
2. Rock Antenne
3. Absolute Radio
4. [Not set]
5. [Not set]
Alarm 1
Enable: Once
Time: 07:30
Mode: Buzzer
Volume: 20
Save
Alarm
Saved
When the alarm sounds
The buzzer, CD 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 audio system cannot connect to the specified DAB radio station, the
buzzer alarm will be used instead. If setting the alarm to CD ensure a CD is inserted.
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When the alarm sounds cont.
1. During an alarm, the alarm icon will flash on the display. The audio system will
automatically revert to standby mode after 60 minutes.
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2. To cancel an alarm, press On/Standby to return to Standby mode.
Note: If the audio system is switched on because of an alarm you can control basic
functions such as volume. You cannot perform operations which involve the Select
control since this also acts as the Snooze (see below).
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Snooze timer
1. The buzzer, CD or radio alarm can be silenced for 5 minutes by pressing the
Select/Snooze control. Should you wish for a longer snooze duration this can be
extended. Pressing Select again while the audio system is snoozed will set the
available snooze time to 5, 10, 15 or 30 minutes.
2. While the snooze timer is active the remaining snooze time is shown next to the
flashing alarm icon on the clock display.
3. In order to cancel the Snooze timer while the alarm is suspended, press On/
Standby. The display will briefly show an 'Alarm Off' message.
Disabling alarms
1. To disable an alarm while the audio system is in standby mode press and release
the Alarm button to cycle through the alarm on-off options (see page 61, step 1).
2. To disable an alarm while the audio system is playing enter the Alarms menu (see
page 61, steps 3 and 4) and select alarm (1 or 2).
3. Choose 'Enable' and choose the 'Off' option.
4. Choose the 'Save' option and press Select to save the new setting.
The chosen alarm will now be disabled.
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Alarm 1
Enable: Off
Time: 07:30
Mode: Buzzer
Volume: 20
Save
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Your audio system can be set to turn off after a preset time has elapsed. The sleep
timer can be adjusted between 15 and 120 minutes.
Set sleep time
15 minutes
1. Press On/Standby to switch on the audio system.
2. Press the Sleep button (on the remote control) or apply a long press on the
sleep button (on the unit) to enter the sleep options.
3. Repeatedly, press the Sleep button (on the remote control) or rotate the Tuning
control (on the unit) to choose the required sleep time setting. The sleep timer
can be set to between 15 and 120 minutes, or to Off. Press Select to confirm
the setting.
4. To set the sleep time using the menu, press Menu and then choose 'Main
menu', 'Sleep' and the required sleep time. Press Select to confirm the setting.
5. Your audio system will switch into Standby mode after the preset time has
elapsed.
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DAB Radio
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6. An 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 audio system switches itself into Standby mode.
7. To cancel the sleep time before the preset time has elapsed and to turn off the
audio system, press On/Standby to turn the audio system off manually.
8. To cancel the sleep timer and leave the audio system playing, go back into the
sleep timer settings (steps 2 to 3 above) and select the Off option in step 3.
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Multi-room - the basics
Your Stream 67 audio system may be used with other products as part of a multi-room system.
Products may be combined into a synchronised group allowing several units to play the same content
around your home.
Multiple groups may be configured for different areas of the home or for different users.
Different products may use the same or different operating modes, but audio will not be synchronised
between groups, only between products in the same group.
You may control a single product, a group of products, or even multiple groups using the UNDOK
app or your audio system's controls.
Each group that you configure may contain up to five compatible products. Typically as many as 16
products may operate together on a single network. The maximum number of products that will work
together reliably is dependent upon the reliability and capability of the network.
Compatible products from Roberts also allow content from other sources to be shared with all of the
products in a group. These include CD, DAB and FM radio.
The UNDOK app allows you to:
•
Create a group
•
Rename a group
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Edit a group - add or remove one or more products
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Delete a group
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Control a group - choose operating mode and browse for content
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Adjust volume for an entire group or for individual products within a group
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Control products which have not been assigned to any group
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Control via the UNDOK app
Multi-room & UNDOK Creating and editing a multi-room group with UNDOK
You can use the UNDOK app to combine your Stream 67 audio system
into a group with the other multi-room products.
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Note: You may add up to five connected audio products into any one group.
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1. Access your list of connected audio products within UNDOK.
2. A list of audio products connected to your network will be shown.
3. Select the edit group icon.
4. UNDOK will show the group setup screen and a list of the products
available for grouping.
5. Select the audio products that you wish to add into your group
(a maximum of four additional products). You may add or remove
products as needed.
6. You may rename your group, for example 'Family Room' or 'Down
Stairs' etc.
7. Confirm your selection.
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8. You may choose to delete a group. The products that were previously
in the group will then be listed as individual products.
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Playing audio to a group
The process of choosing the audio source and content for a group of
products is almost the same as for a single product.
1. Select the desired group (or individual product if not in a group).
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2. Select the desired source. If more than one product offers the same
source type, e.g. Bluetooth then each will be shown in the source
menu.
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3. Select 'Now Playing' or 'Browse' as needed to access content for the
selected source.
Volume control using UNDOK
UNDOK allows you to control the volume of a group of products and the
volume of individual products within the group.
1. Use the multiple products icon to access the individual volume controls.
2. You may also mute either the group, or products within the group using
the speaker icon.
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3. The equaliser for products in a group can also be accessed from the
group's volume control.
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Multi-room & UNDOK Display and Controls in a multi-room configuration
1. When your audio system is used in a multi-room group and it is acting as the source, providing
content to other products in the group, it is said to be acting as the group Master (or Server –
please also see next page).
Internet radio
BBC Radio 2
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In this situation, the audio system’s display will show the current operating mode and related
information, just as if the audio system was operating alone and not as part of a multi-room
group.
2. The buttons of the product will operate in all modes exactly as they do when the product is used
on its own. The On / Standby button will control the On / Standby state of all products within
the same group.
3. When your audio system is used in a multi-room group and it is receiving content from one of
the other products in the group, it is said to be acting as a Client (please also see next page).
In this situation, the audio system's display will show that the audio system is active but is playing
as part of the group. It will not be able to display additional information about the content being
played in this mode.
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Playing from Group 1
Playback buffer
4. While playing as a group client, the volume control buttons on the audio system will operate
normally but will not affect others in the group.
Some of the media controls (Play / Pause / Previous track / Next track) will be available in some
modes (Music player, for example) and will affect playing for all products within the group.
The On / Standby button may be used to put all of the devices in the group into Standby, or to
switch them back on, as needed.
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Using your audio system's controls to configure multi-room
In addition to using the UNDOK app you may also use your audio system's
controls to configure it as part of a group of multi-room products.
View the audio system's multi-room details
To view the multi-room details for your Stream 67 follow the below procedure.
1. Access the menu for the current mode, press Menu.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until 'System settings' is highlighted on the display.
3. Press Select to enter the settings menu.
4. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Multi-room' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select.
5. Press Menu Up or Down until 'View details' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select. Your audio system's multi-room details will be shown on the
display.
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Ungrouped - The product is not part of a group.
•
Server - The product sends audio content to other group members.
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Client - The product receives audio from another product in the group.
6. Press the Back button to exit the menu.
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Main menu
CD
Bluetooth
Aux in
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
System settings
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
Info
Multi-room
Subwoofer
Multi-room
View details
Create new group
Add to group
List current clients
Leave group
Dissolve group
View details
State: Server
Group: Lounge
Multi-room & UNDOK Create a new multi-room group
Main menu
CD
Bluetooth
Aux in
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
You can create a new multi-room group using your audio system.
1. Access the menu for the current mode, press Menu.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until 'System settings' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select to enter the settings menu.
System settings
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
Info
Multi-room
Subwoofer
3. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Multi-room' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select.
4. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Create new group' is highlighted on the
display. Press Select.
5. To enter the group name, characters are selected and entered using the
Menu Up or Down, Left or Right and Select buttons. 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 Select
button. Select the '
' symbol when you have entered the text. You can
quickly access the three symbols on the right by pressing the Info button
and then use the Menu Up or Down and Select buttons as needed.The
next screen will prompt you to add other connected multi-room products to
the current group.
6. If you wish to add a product from the list to the new group, highlight the
product using the Menu Up or Down buttons and press the Select button
to confirm. The screen will show 'Added'. Products already added to the
group are marked with an asterisk.
Multi-room
View details
Create new group
Add to group
List current clients
Leave group
Dissolve group
Insert group name
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7. If you do not wish to add another product to the current group press the
Back button to exit.
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Add products to the current group
Main menu
CD
Bluetooth
Aux in
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
You can add other connected multi-room products to the current group
using your Stream 67 audio system.
1. Access the menu for the current mode, press Menu.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until 'System settings' is highlighted on the
display.
System settings
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
Info
Multi-room
Subwoofer
3. Press Select to enter the settings menu.
4. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Multi-room' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select.
5. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Add to group' is highlighted on the
display. Press Select.
Multi-room
View details
Create new group
Add to group
List current clients
Leave group
Dissolve group
6. If you wish to add a product from the list to the current group, highlight
the product using the Menu Up or Down buttons and press the Select
button to confirm. The screen will show 'Added'. Products already
added to the group are marked with an asterisk. If the adding process
displays 'Failed' it is usually because the Stream 67 is not yet controlling
a group (see Creating new multi-room group page 70).
Add to group
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7. If you do not wish to add another product to the current group press
the Back button to exit.
Added
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Multi-room & UNDOK Remove products from a current group
Main menu
CD
Bluetooth
Aux in
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
You may remove audio products from the current group using your audio
system.
1. Access the menu for the current mode, press Menu.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until 'System settings' is highlighted on the
display.
System settings
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
Info
Multi-room
Subwoofer
3. Press Select to enter the settings menu.
4. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Multi-room' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select.
Multi-room
View details
Create new group
Add to group
List current clients
Leave group
Dissolve group
5. Press the Menu Up or Down buttons until 'List current clients' is
highlighted on the display. Press Select. A list of current connected
audio products will show on the display.
6. If you wish to remove a product from the current group, highlight the
product using the Menu Up or Down buttons and press the Select
button to confirm. The screen will show 'Removed'.
Remove from group
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7. If you do not wish to remove the product from the current group press
the Back button to exit.
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Leave a group
Your Stream 67 audio system can be removed from a current group.
1. Access the menu for the current mode, press Menu.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until 'System settings' is highlighted on the
display.
3. Press Select to enter the settings menu.
4. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Multi-room' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select.
5. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Leave group' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select.
6. Your Stream 67 will be removed from the current group.
If your Stream 67 was previously sending audio to other products in the
group that will cease. The other products will remain in the group and must
then be 'operated' separately.
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Main menu
CD
Bluetooth
Aux in
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
System settings
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
Info
Multi-room
Subwoofer
Multi-room
View details
Create new group
Add to group
List current clients
Leave group
Dissolve group
Left
Group
Multi-room & UNDOK Dissolve a group
You can dissolve a current group.
1. Access the menu for the current mode, press Menu.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until 'System settings' is highlighted on the display.
Main menu
CD
Bluetooth
Aux in
Sleep
Alarms
System settings
3. Press Select to enter the settings menu.
4. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Multi-room' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select.
5. Press Menu Up or Down until 'Dissolve group' is highlighted on the display.
Press Select.
6. The current group will be dissolved.
Each of the products that were in the group can now be operated individually.
System settings
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
Info
Multi-room
Subwoofer
Multi-room
View details
Create new group
Add to group
List current clients
Leave group
Dissolve group
Alarms and Multi-room
If your audio system is configured as part of a multi-room group, then the audio
system will remove itself from that group when the audio system switches itself
on as a result of an alarm having been set. This is so that an alarm sounding
on one audio system will not cause all of the other products in the group to be
activated at the same time.
Dissolved
If you wish to use your audio system as part of a multi-room group after using
the alarm function, you will need to add the audio system back into the group
manually. This is most easily performed using the UNDOK app as described
on page 66.
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UNDOK Settings
Equaliser function
The sound on your audio system can be adjusted to suit your personal taste for
the material that you are listening to. The Stream 67 has a range of equaliser
modes. Alternatively, you may set the bass, mid-range and treble levels to
your own preferences.
1. Select the 'Settings' screen and then select 'Equaliser' in UNDOK.
2. Choose the desired equaliser setting or select the 'My EQ' option to adjust
the bass, mid-range and treble setting.
Sleep timer
Your audio system can be set to turn off after a preset time has elapsed. The
sleep setting can be adjusted as follows.
1. Set the sleep timer using the UNDOK app.
2. Your audio system will switch off after the preset sleep timer has elapsed.
Friendly name
Your audio system is identified within the UNDOK app using its Friendly Name.
By default, your audio system's name will be shown as "Roberts Stream 67"
followed by a 12 digit alphanumeric code which is the network MAC address
that is unique to your audio system. Use the audio system's settings in UNDOK
to change its friendly name.
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Display and Audio Display and Audio
System settings
Backlight
Equaliser
Streaming audio quality
Network
Time/Date
Inactive Standby
Equaliser function
The sound on your audio system can be adjusted to suit your personal taste for
the material that you are listening to. The Stream 67 has a range of equaliser
options. Alternatively you may set the bass, mid-range and treble levels to your
own preferences which can be accessed from the My EQ menu item.
1. With your audio system switched on, press EQ on the remote control.
Equaliser
Music
Movie
Concert
Speech
My EQ
My EQ profile setup
2. Alternatively, press Menu and then choose 'System settings', 'Equaliser' and
then cycle through and highlight the various option. Press Select to confirm
your selection. 'Normal', 'Music', 'Movie', 'Concert', 'Speech', 'My EQ'. The
currently selected option is marked with an asterisk.
Setting up your My EQ profile
My EQ profile setup
Bass: 0
Mid: 0
Treble: 0
Width: 0
If you find the preset equaliser functions not to your liking, you may set up a custom
bass, mid, treble and width setting as follows:
1. Follow steps above in order to enter the Equaliser menu.
2. Choose 'My EQ profile setup' then 'Bass, Mid, Treble or Width'.
Bass
3. Choose the desired level. The sound will change as you adjust the setting.
Press Select when you are happy with the setting.
4. Press Menu as needed and the display will prompt you to save the changes.
If you wish to save the changes choose 'YES'. If you do not wish to save the
changes choose 'NO'. Press Select.
5. To use the 'My EQ' profile choose 'My EQ'.
To quickly cancel the effect of the 'My EQ' profile choose 'Normal'.
Mid
The settings will be remembered for the next time that you wish to use the 'My
EQ' setting.
Mid
Treble
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Note: When listening on headphones only the Bass and Treble settings are used.
The Mid and Width setting will have no effect.
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Subwoofer control
In addition to the Equaliser functions described on page 76, the audio system has an additional control for the
subwoofer function. This controls the level of deep bass from the audio system's loudspeakers.
If your audio system is located in the corner of a room (especially on the diagonal) then you may need to reduce
the subwoofer volume setting on the audio system. This is because the reflections from the walls around the
corner will tend to enhance the bass response of the system. Conversely, in a large open area, you may wish
to increase the subwoofer volume setting on the audio system.
1. The subwoofer volume control on the remote control adjusts levels of the internal subwoofer function.
2. Alternatively, the subwoofer level setting in the system settings menu can be used to adjust the subwoofer
level. Note: When listening on headphones the subwoofer control has no effect.
Mute function
Pressing the Mute button will mute the output from the loudspeakers.
1. Press the Mute button (on the remote control) to mute the sound output.
2. Press the Mute button again or one of the volume buttons to un-mute the sound output.
Aerial removal
The fitted telescopic aerial is suitable for most applications. The telescopic aerial may be
removed to allow connection to an external aerial using a coaxial cable. First remove the
two small screws holding the antenna connector cover in place (use a small cross-head
screw driver). Then using a spanner (11 mm), remove the telescopic aerial by rotating in
an anti-clockwise direction when viewed from the rear of the product.
This will expose an F-type connector to which an external aerial may be connected.
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Subwoofer
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Display and Audio Brightness control
The brightness of the display can be adjusted for when the audio 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.
System settings
Backlight
Equaliser
Streaming audio quality
Network
Time/Date
Inactive Standby
There are 4 Standby brightness levels and 3 levels for when the audio system is in use.
To change the current brightness setting please follow these steps.
Backlight
Power - On Level
Standby level
1. Press the Dimmer button (on the remote) or apply a long press on the Dimmer
button (on the unit) to select the desired brightness level.
2. Alternatively, press Menu and then choose 'Main menu', 'System settings' then
'Backlight' to access the display brightness setting.
3. To adjust the brightness when the audio system is switched on select 'On level'.
To adjust the brightness when the audio system is in standby select 'Standby level'.
Dim
Backlight
High
Medium
Low
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Press Select. The current setting will be marked with an asterisk.
4. Choose either the 'High', 'Medium' or 'Low' setting. If setting the standby brightness
level there is also an option to set the brightness to 'Very low'. Press Select to set
the level. If the audio system is playing, then the chosen brightness will be applied
immediately. If the audio system is in standby, then the chosen brightness will be
applied after a 10 second delay.
Backlight
High
Medium
Low
Very Low
*
When the audio system is in Standby mode, pressing a button or turning a rotary control
will cause the audio system to switch to the high brightness level for a few seconds. This
is so that even if the standby brightness level is set low, it is still possible to see the time
when needed.
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Headphone socket
A 3.5mm Headphone Socket located on the rear of your audio system is
provided for use with headphones. Inserting a plug automatically mutes the
internal loudspeakers. Please be aware that the sensitivity of headphones can
vary widely. We therefore recommend setting volume to a low level before
connecting headphones to the audio system. IMPORTANT: Excessive sound
pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume
levels for long periods.
Internet Radio/DAB/DAB+/FM RDS/Bluetooth/CD/USB
Smart Audio System
Auxiliary input socket
A 3.5mm Auxiliary Input socket located on the rear of your audio system 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 on the rear of the audio system. Typically this
lead will have a 3.5mm stereo plug at both ends.
2. Switch on your audio system and press the Mode button until 'AUX in'
mode is shown on the display.
3. Press 'play' on the connected audio device. If you are using its headphone
output for the 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
audio system as required.
Note, if using an iPod as the sound source, you may need to set its output
to maximum to get an adequate audio signal level.
4. After use, disconnect your player in order to listen to your audio system
conventionally.
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Internet Radio/DAB/DAB+/FM RDS/Bluetooth/CD/USB
Smart Audio System
Display and Audio Inactive Standby feature
The Inactive Standby timer allows your sound system to save power by
automatically going to Standby if no controls are used for a period of time.
By default this period is set to 8 hours but you may change it if you wish.
System settings
Backlight
Equaliser
Streaming audio quality
Network
Time/Date
Inactive Standby
1. With your audio system switched on, Press Menu.
2. Choose 'Main menu' and then 'System settings'.
3. Choose 'Inactive Standby' and then choose from 2, 4, 6, 8 hours
or Off.
4. Press Select to confirm setting.
5. Your audio system will go into standby after the selected time has
expired. Setting Inactive Standby to Off will disable this feature.
Timeout
Off
2 hours
4 hours
6 hours
8 hours
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USB socket for smartphone or tablet charging
Your audio system has a USB socket which can be used for charging a
smartphone, tablet or other similar devices.
Charge time may vary and in some cases may take longer to charge than
when using the manufacturers charging unit supplied with the device.
Internet Radio/DAB/DAB+/FM RDS/Bluetooth/CD/USB
Smart Audio System
1. Ensure your audio system is plugged in.
2. Connect your device to the USB charging socket on the rear of your
audio system.
3. Your device will begin to charge. Once your device has charged remove
the USB lead.
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Information
Factory reset
System settings
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
Info
Multi-room
Subwoofer
If you wish to completely reset your audio system 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. With your audio system switched on, Press Menu.
2. Choose 'Main menu', 'System settings', 'Factory reset' and then 'YES' to
proceed.
If you do not wish to carry out a system reset, highlight 'NO' and then press
Select. The display will revert to the previous menu.
3. With 'YES' highlighted, press Select. A full reset will be performed and the
audio system will restart as if first plugged in. The DAB stations list together
with any 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.
Electro-magnetic compatibility advice
If the product is used in an environment with any ESD Immunity / Radiated
Immunity / Conducted Immunity disturbance, the product may malfunction. It will
automatically recover to normal when the ESD Immunity / Radiated Immunity /
Conducted Immunity disturbance is stopped.
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Product markings
USB output 5V / 1A
In the event of a malfunction due to electrostatic discharge, mains power supply
transients or short interruptions, reset the product as above to resume normal
operation. If you are not able to perform the reset operation as above, removal
and reconnection of the power supply may be required.
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Recycling
This product bears the selective sorting symbol for
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
This means that this product must be handled
pursuant to European directive 2012/19/EU in order
to be recycled or dismantled to minimize its impact on
the environment.
The user has the choice to give the product to a
competent recycling organization or to the retailer
when buying a new electrical or electronic equipment.
Information Software update
From time to time, new software features for your product may be developed. Your product has therefore been
designed to allow its internal software to be updated using your Internet connection. You should not attempt to
update your product unless it is recommended to you by Roberts Customer Services. Updating the software may
remove all network settings, radio station presets and alarm settings from your product. 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
product 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 your product to check periodically for
new software versions choose 'Auto check settings' and then choose 'YES'. If you do not want your product
to check for updates choose 'NO'.
2. To check if there are any software updates available currently, choose 'Check now'. The product 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 product 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. If you choose to update your product it will first download
the new software and will then reprogram its internal memory. This may take anything from a few seconds to
a few minutes depending on the speed of your internet connection.
3. Once the software update is completed, the product will prompt you to press Select to restart. Press Select
and your product 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 audio system until the update operation is complete
and the audio system has restarted, otherwise the unit may become permanently damaged.
System settings
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
Info
Multi-room
Subwoofer
Software update
Auto-check setting
Check now
Software update
Check periodically for
new versions?
Network profiles
Each time that you connect your product to a WiFi network, the product 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 product 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 product stores the four most recent profiles in memory identified by their SSID. Normally
the product 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 (see page 16).
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. Press Menu. Choose 'System settings', 'Network' and then 'Network profile'. Press Select to see the stored profiles. The profile which is currently
in use (if any) is marked with an asterisk.
2. To remove a profile from memory, highlight the profile to be deleted and then press Select. The audio system will offer a 'YES' or 'NO' selection.
Choose 'YES'. The selected profile will be deleted. Note that it is not possible to delete a profile which is currently in use.
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Software version display
The software version display is provided for reference and customer support purposes.
System settings
Factory Reset
Software update
Setup wizard
Info
Multi-room
Subwoofer
1. Press Menu. Choose 'System settings' and then 'Info'. The display will show
the software version and radio ID. Press Menu Up or Down to display further
information.
2. Press Menu to exit.
Info
0.1.2.3-abcde7a35
Radio ID:
012345A12A1B
Friendly Name:
Roberts Revival Stream 67 0012
34a12a1a
Friendly name
Info
SW version:
ir-mmi-FS2026-0500-06
41_V2.13.4c.EX70052-1A
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Spotify version:
0.1.2.3-abcde7a35
Your audio system uses a Friendly Name so that it is identifiable within remote control software such as the UNDOK app, UPnP server and control
software, and the Spotify app. By default, your audio system's Friendly Name will be shown as the "Roberts Stream 67" followed by a 12 digit
alphanumeric code which is the network MAC address that is unique to your audio system. If you would like to change this name to something more
personalised you may either use the UNDOK app or follow the instructions below.
1. Press Menu and choose 'System settings', 'Network' and then 'View settings'. The current
network settings will be displayed.
2. Press Menu Up or Down until the IP address is showing on the display. This is the local
IP address used by your audio system on your network. In the example screen to the
right the IP address is 192.168.1.27. Make a note of the IP address shown on your audio
system's display for the next stage.
3. Ensure that your computer is on the same network as the audio system. On your computer
enter the IP address noted above into the address bar of your web browser. For example,
enter 192.168.1.27 followed by Return. This will allow you to view some of the audio
systems settings and will allow you to change the friendly name. Type the new name in
the box as shown and then click Apply to save the name. The new Friendly Name will now
be visible to network connected devices.
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View settings
DHCP enable
SSID:
Julia S
IP address:
192.168.1.27
Subnet mask:
Information Troubleshooting
If you experience any trouble with your audio system, then you may find
it useful to visit the help section on our web site.
1. Confirm that a WiFi connected PC can access the Internet (i.e. can
browse the web) using the same network.
As a first step, the following points should be checked.
2. Check that a DHCP server is available (normally a router function).
Your audio system 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 wired or a wireless connection.
For either wired or wireless you then need to choose 'DHCP enable'
or 'DHCP disable'. If you enable DHCP then the audio system 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.
Is there power to the audio system?
•
Make sure your product is plugged in and connected to the mains - see
page 10.
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Ensure your product is switched on.
•
Check the volume level of your product.
•
Check your product is in range and that you have connected your
product to your network.
•
Ensure the product and the device used for control is connected to the
same network.
3. Check that your network’s firewall is not blocking any outgoing ports.
As a minimum, the audio system needs access to UDP and TCP
ports 80 and 123. Port 53 may be required for DNS. Some Internet
radio services may require additional ports to be open. Windows
Media Player 12 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.
•
Ensure that WiFi is enabled on your device. Refer to your device’s
documentation for details.
4. Check that your access point does not restrict connections to particular
MAC addresses (sometimes called MAC address filtering).
•
If your product is not visible within UNDOK, first try restarting the UNDOK
app on your device. Try reinstalling the UNDOK app and check that
you have the latest version installed.
•
If the WiFi connection to the product appears unreliable, try relocating
the audio system or try an Ethernet connection to verify the functioning
of the product.
Is your audio system not receiving audio?
•
You can view the audio system’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
5. If you have an encrypted network, check that you have entered the
correct encryption key into the product. Remember that text-format
WPA keys are case sensitive. If your audio system 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 re-check your network configuration.
Try to eliminate possible interference from other sources e.g. cordless
phone, microwave oven etc.
If you have difficulty connecting the audio system to your computer network,
some of these steps may help to resolve the problem:
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Troubleshooting cont.
6. If you need to set up your audio system'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' -> 'Wired' or 'Wireless' (as needed) -> 'DHCP disable'.
Try using a PC to listen via the broadcaster’s web site or via the radio
station database web site at https://www.wifiradiofrontier.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 the BBC)
provide different data streams for PC users and Internet radio listeners,
so this test is not always conclusive.
The audio system will then prompt you in turn for the Ethernet IP
address, Ethernet Subnet mask, Ethernet Gateway address, Ethernet
Primary DNS, Ethernet Secondary DNS
If you are setting up a wireless connection manually you will also need
to enter the SSID, the encryption type, and the encryption key.
If you cannot play the station via your PC this may indicate that the problem
is not necessarily due to your audio system, but it could be your network,
your internet connection, the broadcaster, or internet congestion.
See page 17 for full details on how to set up your audio system's
network configuration manually.
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 your audio system can connect to the network, but is unable to play a
particular Internet radio station, it may be due to one these causes:
If you are using Windows Media Player as your UPnP server, and if it fails
to operate with your audio system, 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.
1. The station is not broadcasting at this time of the day.
2. The station has reached its maximum allowed number of simultaneous
connections.
If it does not work, possible reasons may include:
3. The Internet connection between your audio system and the server
(often located in a different country) is slow. This could be due to
internet congestion, either locally or at a distance.
UPnP functions blocked in firewall software
UPnP functions turned off by security software
4. The station may choose to block internet connections to your geographic
region (sometimes known as geo-locking).
UPnP functions 'hi-jacked' by other software
5. The station is no longer broadcasting. The database of radio stations
that your audio system connects to is frequently updated and checked
but may not always be completely accurate.
Multi-cast packets blocked in the router
UPnP functions 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 12. If the greater flexibility that these offer is attractive,
it may also be found in some cases that they are easier to get working.
6. The radio station is broadcasting using an audio format which is not
playable by your audio system (although the Stream 67 does play the
most popular formats used by regular broadcasters).
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Information Audio codecs
Your audio system supports a range of audio codecs which provide compatibility with a wide range of Internet Radio stations. These also allow users
to stream music from their computers or to play directly from USB flash memory devices.
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 audio system. The radio stations database to which your audio system 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 audio system
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 audio system. Higher rates
may be playable in some cases but performance of the product may be affected.
Codec
Maximum supported data rate
320 kbits/sec
AAC (LC, HE, HE V2)
ALAC (1)1.5 Mbits/sec
FLAC (2)1.5 Mbits/sec
LPCM (3)1.536 Mbits/sec
MP3320 kbits/sec
WAV (3)1.536 Mbits/sec
WMA (4)320 kbits/sec
All codecs support 2-channel (stereo) coded files only.
All codecs support sample rates up to 48 k samples/sec (includes 32 k and 44.1 k samples/sec).
Files which have Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection applied will not be playable on your audio system.
(1) 16 bit samples are supported in ALAC files.
(2) 16 and 24 bit samples are supported in FLAC files.
(3) The maximum supported bit-rate is for 48 kHz sampling, 2 channels and 16-bits per sample.
(4) WMA Lossless, WMA Voice, WMA 10 Professional, and files which have DRM protection are not supported.
(5) When using your audio system as part of a group of multi-room products, audio files in ALAC and FLAC formats will only play on the
group master (see page 31).
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Cautions
Do not allow your product to be exposed to water, steam or sand.
Do not leave your product where excessive heat could cause damage.
The name plate is located on the rear the audio system.
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Use only the mains lead provided with the product, or a genuine
replacement provided by Roberts Radio. The use of alternative mains
leads will invalidate the guarantee.
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The mains lead and audio system shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the mains lead or the audio system.
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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 mains lead and audio system must be used in a moderate climate.
•
There are no user serviceable parts inside this product.
•
Do not attempt to disassemble any part of the product.
•
To maintain the compliance with the WiFi RF exposure requirement,
place the product at least 20 cm (8 inches) from nearby persons except
when operating the controls.
Information Specifications
Power Requirements
Mains
100 - 240 volts AC, 50-60Hz
only
Remote control batteries
Connectivity
Wired Ethernet
2 x AAA size
WiFi
802.11 b, g, n or a supported with WEP and WPA / WPA2 encryption
Headphone socket
3.5mm diameter, stereo
Aux In socket
3.5mm diameter, stereo
Aerial System WiFi
WiFi antenna
DAB/FM Telescopic aerial
Bluetooth standards
A2DP, AVRCP
Bluetooth codecs supported SBC and AAC
10/100M bits/sec via RJ45 connector
Compatible with 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi bands.
Operating temperature range +5°C to +35°C
Use restriction: This device is authorised in the following countries for indoor use
only when used with 5GHz Wi-Fi (5150 to 5350MHz; channels 36 to 64):
BE
RO
MT
CY
EL
CZ
SK
AT
LT
FR
DE
SE
PT
HU
IT
IE
BG
SI
NL
LV
ES
DK
FI
PL
Product markings
LU
HR
EE
UK
This symbol indicates AC voltage.
This symbol indicates Class II equipment.
Frequency Coverage
FM
DAB
Bluetooth 2.402 - 2.480GHz
87.5 - 108MHz
174.928 - 239.200MHz
Hereby, Roberts Radio, declares that this product is in compliance with
the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive
2014/53/EU.The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available
at the following internet address: www.robertsradio.com
The Company reserves the right to amend the specification without notice.
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Mains supply
The Stream 67 will operate from a supply of 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz.
The wire coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal marked N or
coloured BLACK.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment. If the plug fitted is
not suitable for the power points in your home or the cable is too short to
reach a power point, then obtain an appropriate safety approved extension
lead or adaptor. If in doubt consult your dealer.
The wire coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal marked L
or coloured RED.
If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off, remove the fuse and dispose of
the plug immediately to avoid a possible shock hazard by inadvertent
connection to the mains supply.
If this product is not supplied with a mains plug, or one has to be fitted,
then follow the instructions given below:
IMPORTANT. DO NOT make any connection to the larger terminal which
or coloured
is marked with the letter E or by the safety earth symbol
Green or Green-and-yellow.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following
codes :BLUE - NEUTRAL
Fuse
BROWN - LIVE
When replacing the fuse only a 3A ASTA approved to BS1362 type should
be used and be sure to re-fit the fuse cover.
IF IN DOUBT - CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
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Software license information
Use of the software in this radio is subject to software licence terms contained in this user manual - by using the radio, you are agreeing to comply
with these licence terms:
Thompson Licensing: MP3 audio decoder
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson
Fraunhofer: MPEG-4 HE AAC Audio decoder
MPEG-4 HE-AAC audio coding technology licensed by Fraunhofer IIS:
http://www.iis.fraunhofer.de/amm/
Microsoft: Windows Media Audio decoder (WMA)
This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited
without a license from Microsoft.
Microsoft: Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)
This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited
without a license from Microsoft.
Spotify: Spotify Connect
The Spotify software is subject to third party licenses found here:
http://www.spotify.com/connect/third-party-licenses
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Guarantee
This product is guaranteed for twenty four months from the date of purchase by the original owner against failure due to faulty workmanship or
component breakdown, subject to the procedure stated below. Should any component or part fail during this guarantee period it will be repaired or
replaced free of charge.
The guarantee does not cover:
1. Damage resulting from incorrect use.
2. Consequential damage.
3. Product with removed or defaced serial numbers.
N.B. Damaged or broken aerials will not be replaced under guarantee.
Procedure:
Any claim under this guarantee should be made through the dealer from whom the product was purchased. It is likely that your Roberts' dealer will be
able to attend to any defect quickly and efficiently, but should it be necessary the dealer will return the product to the company’s service department
for attention. In the event that it is not possible to return the product to the Roberts dealer from whom it was purchased, please contact Roberts Radio
using the contact details on the www.robertsradio.com website.
For product repairs falling outside the guarantee period, please refer to the “Customer care” tab on the www.robertsradio.com website.
These statements do not affect the statutory rights of a consumer.
ROBERTS RADIO LIMITED
PO Box 130
Mexborough
South Yorkshire
S64 8YT
Website: http://www.robertsradio.com
© 2019 Roberts Radio Limited
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