DISC4400 English Manual
BASIC SYSTEM SET-UP
Follow these 4 steps to complete basic system set-up.
1
Set-Up and Connect AM Antenna, Connect and Extend FM Antenna
AM
AM Antenna Jack
FM ANTENNA
FM ANTENNA
2
Connect the Main Unit to Power
This system is designed to operate on 230V 50Hz AC house current. Connecting this system to any other power
supply could result in damage to the unit which is not covered by your warranty.
NOTE: This is a safety feature to reduce the possibility of electric shock. You should have your outdated outlets changed by a
qualified, licensed electrician. Do not file the wide blade on the plug, or use an adapter to make the plug it into your outlet. This
defeats the safety feature and could expose you to electric shock.
AC outlet
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3
Install Batteries into Remote
Insert two AAA batteries into the remote control while
observing the correct (+) and (-) polarities as shown below.
4
Power on the Main Unit
Press the STANDBY /
button. The main display briefly shows “HELLO. Please refer to page 39 for setting the clock.
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For setup of Bluetooth connections, refer to page 26.
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To connect optional components see section Connecting External Devices page 36.
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Get started
This section helps you position and install the unit.
Wall Mount the unit
Precautions
no responsibility for improper mounting that results in accident or injury.
Step 1 Remove the stand
Step 2 Connect cables
1.
Carefully place the unit face down on a flat, stable
Connect the antenna cable, and power adaptor to the back of
surface that is covered by soft cloth. The cloth should be
the unit.
thick enough to protect your product.
Step 3
1. Locate the four mounting nuts on wall. The distance
between four mounting nuts as per below:
2.
Using a cross-head screwdriver (not supplied), unscrew
the three screws that secure the stand to the unit .
3.
Firmly pull the stand from the bottom of the unit. Place
both the stand and screws in a secure location for future
reinstallation.
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
1.
2.
3.
4.
14.
BUTTON
REMOTE SENSOR
LCD DISPLAY
6.
BUTTON
8.
9.
15.
17.
/ PAIRING BUTTON
BUTTON
18. USB PORT
19. PLAY MODE BUTTON
CD DOOR
BUTTON
VOLUME
BUTTON
16. SD CARD JACK
BAND BUTTON
5.
7.
13. HEADPHONE JACK
FUNCTION BUTTON
20. VOLUME
BUTTON
BUTTON
21. DC - INPUT
10. TIMER BUTTON
22. 75 OHM
11. MEMORY/CLOCK BUTTON
23. AM ANTENNA SOCKET
12. LINE IN JACK
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REMOTE CONTROL
1.
OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON
11. SLEEP BUTTON
2.
MEMORY/ CLOCK BUTTON
12. STANDBY BUTTON
3.
FUNCTION BUTTON
13. MUTE BUTTON
4.
5.
14. TIMER BUTTON
/BAND BUTTON
SKIP
15.
BUTTON
BUTTON
16. SKIP
BUTTON
6.
/PAIRING BUTTON
7.
PLAY MODE BUTTON
17. ST/MO/ID3 BUTTON
8.
FOLDER UP/DN BUTTON
18. VOLUME BUTTON
9.
EQ BUTTON
19. DBBS BUTTON
20. 0 BUTTON
10. 1-9 NUMERIC
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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Make sure that you have fully extended the FM antenna wire and connected the AM antenna.
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Make sure that you have installed batteries in the remote control handset.
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Plug the cable from the mains adapter into the socket labelled 12V DC on the back of the system, then switch on at
the mains.
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CAUTION: Use only the mains adapter supplied with the system. Connecting a power supply with a different rating
will cause permanent damage to the system and may be hazardous.
General Controls
Most of the main functions of this system can be operated by the controls on the front panel of the main unit, or by the buttons on
the remote control handset. If a specific function can only be operated by the remote handset, or by the front panel controls, this
will be clearly indicated in the instruction.
When operating this system with the remote control handset make sure that the IR (Infrared) transmitter on the front of the
remote handset is pointed at the remote sensor on the front panel of the main unit.
The effective operating range of the remote control is approximately 15 feet. Please note that bright sunlight or room lighting may
interfere with the remote control operation. If the remote is not operating properly try reducing the brightness of the room or
moving closer to the main unit. If this does not solve the problem, it may be time to change the remote control battery.
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AUDIO CONTROLS
Volume Controls
To increase or decrease the system volume
►
Press the VOLUME UP or VOLUME DN buttons on the remote control or
▲ /▼ on the front panel.
The Volume Level Indicator will appear on the display when you change the
volume level. The level indicator ranges from VOL MIN to VOL MAX.
The system remembers the volume level when the power is switched off and automatically returns to the same level when the
power is switched on again.
EQ (Electronic Preset Equalizer, On Remote Control Only)
The preset equalizer allows you to adjust the sound characteristic for the most popular types of music.
Press the EQ button on the remote control to cycle through the following equalizer
settings: FLAT, CLASSIC, ROCK, POP, JAZZ.
The appropriate EQ indicator briefly appears on the display to confirm your
selection, and your selection is shown at the bottom of the display.
The system remembers the EQ setting when the power is switched off and returns
to the same setting when the power is switched on again.
DBBS (Dynamic Bass Boost, On remote Control Only)
►
Press the DBBS button on the remote control to increase the bass response “DBBS ON” appears briefly on the display
and ”DBBS” remains in the higher right of the display.
►
Press again to cancel the Bass Boost function.
MUTE Button (On Remote Control Only)
►
Press the MUTE button on the remote control to shut off the speakers
temporarily.
The sound stops and the “MUTE” indicator shows in the display.
►
Press the MUTE button again to cancel the mute function and restore the
sound. The “MUTE indicator disappears.
The mute function will also be canceled automatically by pressing the
VOLUME UP or VOLUME DN buttons.
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COMPATIBLE STORAGE DEVICES
This system supports playback of music from CD discs as well as USB and flash memory card devices.
Supported DISC Types
Supported Memory Card Formats
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CD Audio
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Secure Digital™ (SD)
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CD-R
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miniSD™ (with adapter only)
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CD-RW
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microSD™ (with adapter only)
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Multimedia Card (MMC)
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Where “with adapter only” is mentioned, you must use the adapter to convert from the small format to full-size
card format. Attempting to use these formats without the proper adapter may cause damage to the memory
card or the unit. Do not attempt to insert these cards without the proper adapter.
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This unit does not support the following card formats. Attempted use of these unsupported formats may cause
damage to the memory card or the unit. Do not attempt to insert these unsupported cards:
▪ Compact Flash? (Type I and Type II)
▪ MicroDrive™
▪ Smart Media™
▪ Memory Stick™
▪ Memory Stick Duo™ (with adapter only)
▪ xD Picture Card™
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Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g. heart, square, star) cannot be played in this unit.
Attempting to do so may damage the unit.
IMPORTANT:
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This player can play normal (pre-recorded) CD discs plus CD Recordable and CD Rewriteable discs. The ability of this unit to
play certain recordable discs may depend on the quality or physical condition of the disc, the quality of the recording, or
characteristics of the recording device or software application. Playback cannot be guaranteed in all situations. This is not an
indication of any problems with your player.
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This player is designed to play media from SD/MMC card devices and from USB lash memory devices that comply with the
USB Mass Storage standard. Playback of media from USB connected devices such as MP3 players that generally require
drivers for interaction with a PC is not supported. Playback from all physically compatible lash devices cannot be guaranteed
in all situations. This is not an indication of any problem with your player.
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COMPATIBLE AUDIO FORMATS
This system supports playback of songs in CD-audio (pre-recorded CDs), MP3 and Windows Media formatted Audio (WMA).
This system does not support Digital Rights Management (DRM). This system cannot play songs purchased from iTunes or other
songs in AAC format, songs in ATRAC format or songs purchased from some online music retailers. It may be possible to convert
your music to one of the playable compressed formats, or burn it to an audio CD, depending on the DRM restrictions.
This system is compatible with MPEG1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3) 32, 44.1 or 48kHz formats. The recording format should be in
accordance with ISO9660 CD-ROM file system. MP3 file name requires MP3 or mp3 as an extension. Chinese characters cannot
be displayed, although files featuring them can be played.
VBR (Variable Bit Rate) files can be played, but playing time may not be shown correctly. Up to 299 tracks/ folders can be played.
LOADING AND REMOVING A DISC
1)
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button on remote control or
button front panel
to open the CD door.
2)
Load a disc into the player with the printed label facing out.
3)
To remove a disc, press the OPEN/CLOSE button and remove the disc from
the tray only when it has fully opened.
CAUTIONS:
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Do not put anything except a CD into the compartment. Foreign objects can damage the mechanism.
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Keep the disc compartment closed when not in use to prevent dirt and dust from entering the mechanism.
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Never place more than one disc into the disc compartment at any time.
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INSERTING AND REMOVING FLASH DEVICES
Flash devices are inserted at the front panel of the unit.
SD/MMC
USB DISK
Inserting and Removing USB
Flash Memory Devices
►
Insert the USB connector into the socket on the unit and press gently to
seat. The connector can only be inserted one way.
►
Remove the device by gently pulling it out of the socket.
Inserting and Removing
USB Flash Card Devices
►
Insert the card into the slot by gently pressing into position until it locks in
place. Cards can only be inserted one way.
►
Remove the card by gently pulling it out of the slot.
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Be sure to use the proper card adapter if required. Failure to use the correct adapter may cause damage to the
memory card or the unit.
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Only one type of memory card can be inserted at one time.
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CD OPERATION
Normal Playback
►
Press the FUNCTION button to select “CD” function.
►
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button on remote control or
►
Load a disc into the player with the printed label facing out.
►
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the CD door.
on front panel to open the CD door.
The display will show lashing “READING” as the player reads the
table of contents on the disc.
After reading the disc, the display will show the total tracks and
playing time.
NOTE: The reading time may be longer if you are using CD-R or CD-RW discs. This is normal and not an indication of any
problem with your unit.
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Press the
►
PLAY/PAUSE button to begin playback.
Playback will continue until all tracks on the disc have been played, then the player stops and the display shows the total
tracks number and playing time on the disc.
►
To stop playback at any time, press the
/BAND button.
Pause Control
►
To pause temporarily during CD playback
Press the
PLAY/PAUSE button.
The sound stops and the elapsed time flashes in the display, but the disc continues
spinning.
►
Press the
PLAY/PAUSE button once more to cancel Pause mode and
resume playback at the same point. The elapsed time stops flashing.
Skip Track and High Speed Music Search
►
During playback, repeatedly press the
or
buttons to skip to higher or lower numbered tracks. Playback will begin
or
buttons to search within a track at high speed to locate a specific
on the selected track.
►
During playback, depress and hold the
musical passage.
►
Release the
or
buttons when you hear the desired passage.
Normal speed playback will resume at that point.
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Repeat Playback
The Repeat function in this system allows you to continuously repeat a single track, or the entire disc. The Repeat function can
be activated during playback or while the player is stopped.
One Track Repeat
►
Select the track to be repeated and begin playback.
►
Press the PLAY MODE button once.
The
indicator appears in the display and the selected track will be repeated
continuously.
All Tracks Repeat
►
Load the disc in the player and begin playback.
►
Press the PLAY MODE button twice
The
ALL indicator appears in the display. ALL tracks on the disc will be repeated
continuously.
►
To cancel Repeat playback mode press the REPEAT button until the
ALL indicators disappear from the display.
Repeat mode can also be canceled by opening the CD tray, switching to the TUNER or USB mode, or pressing the
button to return the system to the Standby (Off) mode.
Random Playback
The Random playback feature allows you play all the tracks on the disc in random order. You can select random playback while
the disc is playing or when the player is stopped.
►
Load a CD in the player as usual and then press the PLAY MODE button third.
The “
” indicator appears in the display.
The player will randomly select a track from the disc and begin playback. Random
playback will continue until all tracks have played once, then the player stops.
To stop Random playback, press the PLAY MODE button again.
The “
” indicator disappears and normal playback will resume from that point.
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Programmed Playback
The Programmed Playback feature allows you to program a total of up to 40 tracks in any desired order.
You may program the same track to play several times within a program sequence if desired.
Note: You cannot program tracks during playback. If a disc is playing press the
/BAND button first to stop playback
before beginning the programming steps below .
1.
Load the disc in the player and wait until the player has read the Table of
Contents of the disc.
2.
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button.
The ”MEMORY” indicator, Track 01 and Program Memory PR "01" will
appear in the display.
3.
Then press the
or
buttons to select the first track on the disc to
be programmed. Example: Track 07
4.
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button again to enter Track 07 in program
memory #1. The program memory number advances to PR "02"
5.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 selecting the desired track number each time until you have entered up to 40 tracks in the CD program
memory.
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6.
Press the
PLAY/PAUSE button to begin programmed playback.
The ”MEMORY” indicator remains 5 seconds on display.
The player will play all the tracks that you programmed in the desired sequence. After the last programmed track has played the
player stops, but the programmed sequence remains in the memory.
To play the programmed sequence again, press the MEMORY/CLOCK button
then the
PLAY/PAUSE button.
To cancel the programmed sequence from the memory press the
/BAND button at programming mode.
Programmed Repeat Playback
You can use the Programmed and Repeat Play back functions together to continuously repeat a programmed sequence.
►
Program up to 40 tracks as described above.
►
Press the PLAY MODE button twice.
►
Press the
PLAY/PAUSE button to begin Programmed Repeat
Playback. The programmed sequence will be repeated continuously.
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PLAYING MP3 & WMA CDS
Most of the normal CD operations described in this manual also apply to MP3/WMA CDs. However there are a few differences in
MP3/WMA CD playback functions, and these are described on the following pages.
MP3/WMA CD Reading Time and Display Information
After you load an MP3/WMA CD the player will read each of the directories or albums on the disc, one at a time, and display the
number of directories and the cumulative number of tracks.
Because MP3/WMA CDs contain so much more information than normal CDs this CD player will take longer to read the table of
contents information on an MP3/WMA disc.
You may see the flashing “READING” indicator for a minute or more before
playback begins. This is normal and not an indication of any problem with your
player.
For example if we insert an MP3/WMA CD containing “09“ Directories or
Albums and a total of “193” files or tracks, the display will shows as
below.”MP3” or “WMA” indicates the format of the files on the disc.
MP3/WMA CD Playback
The
PLAY/PAUSE,
,
, FOLDER UP/ DN and
/BAND controls have the same functions for MP3/WMA CDs as
they do for normal CDs.
To skip quickly from a track in one directory to a track in another directory:
►
Load an MP3/WMA CD into the player. Wait until the reading process is
completed.
►
Example: Let’s assume that you want to skip to Directory #03/Track # 005
►
Press the FOLDER UP / DN button repeatedly to select album “03”. The track
will show “T001”.
►
Press the
button five times the display shows Track “T005”.
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►
Press the
PLAY/PAUSE button to start playback.
MP3/WMA CD Repeat Playback
There are 3 Repeat Playback options with MP3/WMA CDs. In addition to the Repeat 1 Track and Repeat All Tracks options which
are the same for normal CDs, you may also select Directory Repeat Mode to repeat all the tracks contained in a single Directory.
To repeat a single track on an MP3/WMA CD
►
Select the track to be repeated and start playback as usual.
►
Press the PLAY MODE button once.
The
indicator appears and the selected track will be repeated continuously.
To repeat all the tracks in a single Directory (or Album)
►
Begin playback as usual.
►
Press the PLAY MODE button twice.
Both the "ALBUM" and
indicators appear in the display and all the tracks in
the directory will be repeated continuously.
To repeat all the tracks on an MP3/WMA CD
►
►
Select the directory to be repeat playback as usual.
Press the PLAY MODE button 3 times.
The ALL indicators appear on the display and all the tracks on the disc will be
repeated continuously.
To cancel Repeat Playback
Press the PLAY MODE button until the “ALBUM
ALL” indicators disappear.
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MP3/WMA Random Playback Modes
This function operate the same way for MP3/WMA CDs as they do for normal CDs.
Random Playback
►
Load an MP3/WMA CD in the player. Wait until the reading process is completed.
►
Press the PLAY MODE button the “
” indicator appears in the display. The
player will play all the tracks on the disc in Random order
ID3 Track Information Display
When you create a CD on your computer containing MP3/WMA audio files the software you use to create the disc will normally
allow you to input the name of the artist, the name of the album, and the titles of the individual songs
To display ID3 track information:
►
Press and hold the ST/MO/ID3 button to scroll through the “ID3 text” information. If the information was properly inserted
when the files were created, the display will show the song “TITLE”, “ALBUM” name, and “ARTIST” name. If the album was
not properly named, the display will show “UNKNOWN”.
►
Press the ST/MO/ID3 button again to return to Track and Play-time display.
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MP3/WMA CD Programmed Playback
•
When programming the tracks on an MP3/WMA CD you must also select the Directory Number of the tracks being
programmed.
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You can program up to 40 tracks on an MP3/WMA CD, same as for a normal CD.
Programming can only be done while the player is in the Stop mode. If the MP3/WMA disc is playing, first press the
/BAND button to stop playback, then follow the programming steps below.
In this example the MP3/WMA CD contains a total of 09 Directories (Albums) and 193 Tracks (Files).
Let’s assume that the first track we want to program is Track and Album #05.
1.
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button.
The display shows Album “01”.
The "MEMORY" indicator, Track 01 and Program Memory PR "01" will appear in
the display indicator appear.
2.
Press the FOLDER UP button repeatedly to select Album #05.
(The display shows Track #102, it means the first track of Album #05 is #102.)
3.
4.
Press the
button repeatedly to select track # 05 of Album #05 (#107).
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button again to enter Track 107 in program memory
PR 01.
The program memory number advances to PR "02"
5.
Repeat Steps 2 through 4 to enter up to 40 tracks in the program memory.
After you have entered up to 40 tracks in the Program Memory, press the
playback.
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PLAY/PAUSE button to begin programmed
MEMORY CARD OPERATION
Playing MP3/WMA Audio Files Stored On SD/MMC Memory Cards
NOTE: The memory card slot on this system enables playback of songs only in MP3 and WMA formats (without DRM). It cannot
play songs purchased from iTunes or other songs in AAC format, songs in ATRAC format or songs purchased from some online
music retailers. It may be possible to convert your music to one of the playable compressed formats, or burn it to an audio CD,
depending on the DRM restrictions.
Press the FUNCTION button repeatedly until the main display shows "CARD".
Insert the SD or MMC flash memory card containing MP3/ WMA audio files into the
card slot by gently pressing into position until it locks in place. Cards can only be
inserted one way.
The player will read the information on the card and the display will show the total
number of files tracks and directories albums on the card. For example “08” albums,
“49” racks.
►
Press the
►
Press
►
Press FOLDER UP or DN buttons on the remote control to skip albums.
►
Press ST/MO/ID3 button on the remote control to display title, album and artist
PLAY/PAUSE button to begin playback.
or
buttons to skip tracks.
information.
Playback will continue until the last track has played and then the display will again
show the total number of tracks and albums on the card.
►
Press
/BAND button to stop playback at any time
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USB OPERATION
Playing MP3/WMA Audio Files On Portable USB Storage Devices
NOTE: The USB port on this system enables playback of songs only in MP3 and WMA formats (without DRM). It cannot play
songs purchased from iTunes or other songs in AAC format, songs in ATRAC format or songs purchased from some online music
retailers. It may be possible to convert your music to one of the playable compressed formats, or burn it to an audio CD,
depending on the DRM restrictions.
►
Press the FUNCTION button repeatedly until the main display shows "USB".
►
Insert the USB flash containing MP3/ WMA audio files into the USB port by gently
pressing into position until it locks in place. USB devices can only be inserted one
way.
The player will read the information on the USB and the display will show the total
number of files (tracks) and directories albums on the card. For example “02” albums,
“64” tracks.
►
Press the
►
Press
►
Press FOLDER UP or DN buttons on the remote control to skip albums.
►
Press ST/MO/ID3 button on the remote control to display title, album and artist
PLAY/PAUSE button to begin playback.
or
buttons to skip tracks.
information.
Playback will continue until the last track has played and then the display will again
show the total number of tracks and albums on the card.
►
Press
/BAND button to stop playback at any time
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BLUETOOTH OPERATION
This section guides you through the operation of the Bluetooth functions of DISC 4400. Please refer to the Quick Start Guide
included with this user manual for a brief overview of the Bluetooth set-up.
NOTE: Bluetooth connectivity performance may vary with brand and model of connected device. For best performance, please
connect newer Bluetooth devices incorporating Bluetooth 2.0 and using the latest firmware update available from the device
vendor. Compatibility with all devices and media types is not guaranteed.
Supported Bluetooth Profiles
The Bluetooth capabilities of your DISC 4400 enable it to receive audio from many Bluetooth-capable devices, including mobile
phones, personal computers and PDAs, within a range of about 30 feet. DISC 4400 supports the following Bluetooth profiles and
functionality:
Bluetooth Profile
Description
Application
Hands-Free Profile (HFP)
Mono audio connection with
Mobile phone speakerphone/
controls such as redial and
hands-free operation
transfer
Headset Profile (HSP)
Mono audio connection with
Mobile phone speakerphone/
basic controls
hands-free operation
Advanced Audio Distribution
High-quality stereo audio
Streaming of stereo music from
Profile (A2DP)
connection
PC, capable mobile phone
IMPORTANT: Only one device per profile can be connected concurrently.
For example an A2DP device and mobile phone can
be connected concurrently, however 2 mobile phones cannot be connected concurrently.
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Bluetooth Messages
BLUETOOTH CONNECTION MESSAGES
Display Message
Audio
Meaning
DISC 4400 is visible to any devices that wish to pair with it.
Double beep
Mobile phone has connected to DISC 4400 using Bluetooth
hands-free or headset profile
Double beep
Capable device has connected to DISC 4400 using Bluetooth
stereo profile
Long beep
Mobile phone disconnected
Long beep
Stereo music disconnected
Long beep
All profiles disconnected
Pairing failed
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BLUETOOTH CONNECTION MESSAGES
Display Message
Audio
Meaning
Ringing tone (outgoing)
Dialing call (outgoing)
Ringing, phone dependent
Incoming call
Caller ID incoming call
Call audio
Call started
Short beep
Call ended
Transfer from unit to handset or back
Mute the microphone
Bluetooth Performance Considerations
Bluetooth is a short-range radio communication standard. The Bluetooth transmitter and receiver hardware in this unit has an
approximate operational range of 30 feet in open space. Generally Bluetooth devices can communicate with each other clearly
within a regular sized room or office.
Operation between different rooms will depend on the construction of the room. It is important to recognize the fact that Bluetooth
communication range may be substantially reduced if the signal passes through a solid object. Human bodies, brick and concrete
walls, and heavy furniture or bookcases will reduce the operational range of your Bluetooth devices. Glass, dry-wall or wood
paneled walls and office partitions may have a less severe but noticeable effect. You should position your Bluetooth devices
closer to each other if you observe communication difficulties.
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BLUETOOTH CONNECTIONS SET-UP
IMPORTANT - Ensure all Bluetooth devices within 30 feet have Bluetooth transmission disabled. The presence of other
functioning Bluetooth devices during connection may lead to operational difficulties.
1
Ensure the main unit is plugged into AC power and turned on. Connecting a Mobile Phone
(Headset profile, Hands free profile)
NOTE: Follow the steps below for pairing and connecting your devices for the first time.
•
This procedure requires a mobile phone with Bluetooth capability. In order to create new Bluetooth connection you will need
some familiarity with the Bluetooth functions of your mobile phone. Each phone operates slightly differently, so we can give
only very general guidelines in this user manual for operating mobile phone Bluetooth functions. Please take the time to
familiarize yourself with powering Bluetooth on and off, searching for, pairing with and connecting to other Bluetooth devices.
►
Ensure that Bluetooth radio on your mobile phone is powered on. Please refer to the phone user manual for details.
►
Place the DISC 4400 main unit and the mobile phone where they are no more than 3 feet apart.
►
Press and hold the
{
►
/ PAIRING button on the main unit or remote control for 5 seconds:
PAIRING flashes on the display
Set the mobile phone to search for Bluetooth devices and follow the instructions on the phone's screen.
Please refer to the phone user manual for details. You will recognize the main unit by its Bluetooth name "DISC 4400"
►
Select the DISC 4400 for pairing. When prompted for a passkey, enter "0000"
► Select the newly paired DISC 4400 for connection. Within a few seconds connection is complete:
{
Double beep tone confirmation is heard
{
Main display briefly shows "PHONE CONNECTED"
Your phone is now connected to the DISC 4400 main unit. Turn to page 40 for speakerphone operation instructions. If the pairing
cannot be completed within one minute, the display shows “FAILED”. Check connections and settings on your mobile phone and
try again, or refer to Troubleshooting section.
NOTE:
•
You do not need to pair your mobile phone every time you wish to reconnect it. You may select “DISC 4400” for manual
reconnection using the mobile phone’s controls, or set the phone to reconnect automatically.
•
Some mobile phones may connect and disconnect as you make and end calls. This is not an indication of a problem with
your unit.
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Connecting a Stereo Music (A2DP)-Capable Mobile Phone
IMPORTANT: If you are connecting an A2DP-capable phone and you wish to use both the A2DP (music) and hands-free
(speakerphone) functions of your phone together, only one device supporting A2DP may be connected at one time.
NOTE: This connection requires a mobile phone supporting the Bluetooth A2DP profile for stereo music connection. Please
familiarize yourself with the Bluetooth capabilities of your device before connecting. Compatibility with all devices is not
guaranteed.
►
Ensure that the Bluetooth radio on your mobile phone is powered on. Please refer to the phone user manual for details.
►
Place the DISC 4400 main unit and the phone where they are no more than 3 feet apart.
►
Press and hold the
{
►
/ PAIRING button on the main unit or remote control for 5 seconds.
PAIRING flashes on the display
Set the A2DP-capable phone to search for Bluetooth devices and follow the instructions on the phone's screen. You will
recognize the DISC 4400 main unit by its Bluetooth name "DISC 4400". Please refer to the phone user manual for details.
►
Select the DISC 4400 for pairing. When prompted for a passkey, enter "0000".
►
Select the newly paired DISC 4400 for connection. Within a few seconds connection is complete.
{
Double beep confirmation tone is heard
{
Main display briefly shows "PHONE CONNECTED" followed by "STEREO CONNECTED"*
{
You may be asked to grant permission for "AVRCP" or "Remote Control" functions. You should grant this permission for
complete connection.
►
Your phone is now connected to the DISC 4400 main unit for both speakerphone and music streaming functions. Refer to
pages 31 and 32 for operation instructions.
NOTE: Some mobile phones may connect and disconnect the A2DP profile between tracks. This behavior is not an indication of
a problem with your unit.
* If you do not see both “PHONE CONNECTED” and “STEREO CONNECTED” messages, it means that one or other audio
profile has not been connected. The reason may be that one or other profile is already actively connected to another device.
Check that you do not have another device already connected and try again, or refer to Troubleshooting for more details.
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Stereo Music Connection to PCs and PDAs
NOTE: This connection requires a device supporting the Bluetooth A2DP profile for stereo music connection. Please ensure
your device has the latest versions of software drivers and/or firmware supporting Bluetooth functionality. Compatibility with all
devices is not guaranteed.
In addition to the procedures described above for mobile phones, the DISC 4400 main unit can receive stereo music from many
other Bluetooth source devices including personal computers, PDAs, Bluetooth enabled music players. The exact connection
procedures vary from device to device, however the general procedure is outlined below. Please refer to the device user manual
for specific operations.
►
Ensure that the Bluetooth radio on your mobile phone is powered on. Please refer to the phone user manual for details.
►
Place the DISC 4400 main unit and the device you wish to connect where they are no more than 3 feet apart.
►
Press and hold the “
{
►
”/ PAIRING button on the main unit or remote control for 5 seconds.
“PAIRING” flashes on the display
Set the connecting device to search for Bluetooth devices and follow the instructions on the device’s screen. Please refer to
the device user manual for details. You will recognize the DISC 4400 main unit by its Bluetooth name “DISC 4400”.
►
Select the DISC 4400 for pairing. When prompted for a passkey, enter "0000"
►
Select the newly paired device for connection. Within a few seconds connection is complete.
{
Double beep confirmation tone is heard
{
The main display briefly shows "STEREO CONNECTED"
Note About Connecting PCs and PDAs
An increasing number of computing devices include support for Bluetooth, and many include support for stereo music over
Bluetooth (A2DP). For best performance from your particular device, please ensure that you are using the latest update of
software drivers and/or firmware available. In certain circumstances, updating the software drivers or firmware of your device to
the latest release may add support for A2DP that was not available in a previous release. Please contact the vendor of your
device for such updates and refer to the device user manual for update procedures. Please remember that system updates
should only be performed by qualified individuals after performing a full system backup.
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Connecting Other Bluetooth Devices
DISC 4400 can connect to some simple Bluetooth transmitters and dongles made by other manufacturers that can provide a
passkey of 0000. Devices that cannot provide a passkey of 0000, or have a hard-wired passkey of other than 0000 cannot
connect to DISC 4400. General directions for connecting these devices are given below.
Please refer to the device user manual
for exact connection details.
►
Ensure that the device to be connected will generate a passkey of 0000. Please
refer to device user manual for this information.
►
Place the DISC 4400 main unit and the device you which to connect where they
are no more than 3 feet apart.
►
Press and hold the PAIRING/ANSWER button on the main unit or "
" on remote
control for 5 seconds. “PAIRING” flashes on the display.
►
Prepare the device for pairing using the setup button(s) on the device. Please refer to the product user manual for details.
►
Within a few seconds connection is complete.
Double beep confirmation tone is heard. The main display briefly shows
“STEREO CONNECTED” (stereo connection) or “PHONE CONNECTED” (mono connection).
If the pairing cannot be completed within one minute, the display shows “FAILED”. Check connections and try again or refer to
Troubleshooting section.
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BLUETOOTH SPEAKERPHONE OPERATION
The Bluetooth speakerphone functions of DISC 4400 al low easy conference calling and seamless switching between music
playback and making or receiving phone calls. When you make or receive a call, music playback will pause and restart again
once the call is complete. Incoming calls are notified with a call alert tone and caller ID if available.
Speakerphone Placement and Use
The DISC 4400 speakerphone is designed to provide excellent performance and voice clarity in a variety of environments. DISC
4400 integrates a high quality, adjustable microphone and Clarity CVC® (Clear Voice Capture) echo and noise cancellation
processing technology for the clearest sound. In order to get the best performance from your system, please follow these
guidelines for placement and use:
1)
Choose a quiet environment. The microphone on the unit will pick up your voice, as well as some amount of background
noise. Using this unit in a quiet place will make it easier for the party you are calling to hear your voice.
2)
Minimize echo in the room. Using this unit in a room that has carpets, drapes and soft furnishings will give better
performance than using in a room with highly reflective surfaces such as tile, concrete and glass.
3)
Keep in range of the microphone. The closer you speak to the microphone, the more clearly your voice will be heard. If
you are within 5-6 feet of the microphone you may talk at a normal volume and your voice should be clear to the party you
are calling. If you move beyond 6 feet, you will need to raise your voice in order to be heard clearly. Use beyond 12 feet
range is not recommended.
4)
Choose a sensible listening volume. This unit is designed to perform best at moderate listening levels. If you increase the
volume too much, you may begin to hear an echo. The best listening level is normally a maximum volume level of 13.
5)
Adjust the microphone to point toward your voice. The microphone on this unit has a pick-up angle of about 90°. If you
will not be located directly in front of the unit when talking, adjust the microphone on the top of the unit towards where your
voice will come from. Standing directly to the side of the unit, or behind it, may result in reduced microphone pick-up.
6)
Place the unit in line with your mouth. If you will be using this unit while sitting down, place the unit at tabletop level, in line
with the level of your mouth. Placing the unit on a high cabinet or on the floor may reduce the pick-up of the microphone.
Getting Started
►
Follow placement guidelines above.
►
Ensure your mobile phone is Bluetooth-capable and connected to the main unit. Refer to page 29 for details.
►
Select any mode on the main unit using the FUNCTION button. You may listen to music if you desire.
Placing a Call
►
Dial the number and press SEND on the mobile phone as usual:
{
Music playback will automatically pause
{
Display will show “DIALING”
{
You will hear the ringing tone through the system.
{
Display shows “IN CALL when other party answers.
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►
To end the call, press HANDUP bottom on your mobile phone, on the
/
BAND button on main unit or on the remote.
►
{
Display shows “END CALL.”
{
Music playback automatically resumes.
To redial last number press and hold
/PAIRING button for 5 seconds. The
call will be placed automatically.
Receiving a Call
When a call is placed to your mobile you will hear an incoming call alert tone through the speakers of the main unit1. The main
2
display will show “CALLING” and display caller ID if available .
►
To accept the call, press the
/ PAIRING button once, or answer the call via
your mobile handset in the normal way.
{
►
The display shows “IN CALL”.
To reject the call, press the
/BAND button once, or reject the call via
your mobile handset in the normal way.
►
To transfer sound from the speaker to your mobile handset during a call, press
and hold
{
►
/PAIRING for 2 seconds.
Display shows “TRANSFER”.
To transfer back, press and hold
/PAIRING again.
{ Display shows “TRANSFER”.
To end the call, press
/BAND button or end the call via your mobile handset
in the normal way.
{
Display shows “END CALL”.
{
Music playback automatically resumes.
If the other party ends the call first, music will resume automatically.
1.
The nature of the incoming call alert tone depends on the features supported by your mobile phone - it may be the ring tone
set on your mobile, or a default tone generated by the system.
2.
Caller ID function is not supported by HSP profile.
3.
Answering from the handset with HSP profile may force use of the handset and not speakerphone. If your mobile is
connected using HSP, please answer an incoming call via the remote or main unit.
4.
Transfer function is not supported by HSP.
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HOLD Function
While in a call you may mute the microphone on the DISC 4400 so that the other party cannot hear your voice
►
Press the
{
/ PAIRING button while a call is active
The display shows “HOLD”
{ The microphone is muted.
►
Press the
/ PAIRING button again
{
Display shows “IN CALL”
{
Microphone mute is cancelled.
LISTENING TO MUSIC FROM YOUR STEREO (A2DP) MOBILE PHONE
DISC 4400 allows you to connect your A2DP-capable mobile phone, stream high-quality stereo music over Bluetooth and control
music playback from the remote control.
Getting Started
Ensure your mobile phone is A2DP-capable and connected to the system. Refer to page 31 for details.
Press the FUNCTION button to select “BLUETOOTH” mode.
Controlling Music Playback
Press PLAY on the mobile phone, main unit or remote. The music playback will start. The AVRCP remote control connection
allows you to control music playback from the main unit or remote control.
Control
Location
Function
Main unit, remote
Press to play, press again to pause
Main unit, remote
Press once to select track
Main unit, remote
Press to stop
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OTHER BLUETOOTH FUNCTIONS
Resuming Bluetooth Connections
DISC 4400 can store pairing information for up to seven devices and recall it at any time, allowing a portable device to reconnect
whenever DISC 4400 is powered on, or when a device comes into communication range. Once initial pairing is completed,
re-pairing of devices is not necessary. If an eighth device is paired, the pairing information for the first device is overwritten.
Automatic or manual reconnection of your mobile phone or other Bluetooth device depends on the reconnection settings of that
device. If automatic reconnection is preferred, ensure that the device is configured to reconnect automatically - typically a
device will give the option of automatic reconnection, manual reconnection, or "Ask" reconnection, where the device will request
authorization to reconnect.
Please refer to the user manual of your connected device for details.
Disconnecting Devices
All active Bluetooth connections can be terminated in the following way:
►
/BAND key for 5 seconds until the display shows “DISCONNECT ALL”. If after 5 seconds the
Press and hold the
display does not show any message, there are no active connections to terminate.
Please remember to de-activate automatic re-connection of any device you do not wish to reconnect.
RADIO OPERATION
►
Press the FUNCTION button repeatedly until the main display shows “TUNER”.
{ MW (AM) or FM frequency will appear on the display.
►
Press the
/BAND button to switch between the MW (AM) and FM bands.
► Tune to the desired station as follows:
•
Manual Tuning
Repeatedly press the
or
buttons until the display shows the exact frequency of the desired station. Use the Manual
Tuning method to tune to weak or distant stations that are not strong enough to be recognized by the Automatic Tuning system.
•
Automatic Tuning
Depress and hold the
or
buttons until the display begins to move, then release the buttons. The Tuner will search up
or down the band for the next strong signal and stop on that station. Repeat this procedure until the tuner stops on your desired
station.
►
FM Stereo signal is indicated by the ((ST)) indicator.
If the FM Stereo reception is noisy or weak:
►
Press the ST/MONO/ID3 button on the remote control to select FM Mono mode.
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Hints For Better Reception
FM: The FM lead wire antenna on the back panel should be extended to its full length. You may also have to vary the direction of
this antenna until you find the position that provides the best reception.
75OHM
MW (AM): Insert the socket of loop aerial into the AM antenna socket on the unit. Adjust the position of the loop aerial until you
find the position that provides the best reception for your favorite AM stations
AM
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Presetting Stations In The Tuner Memory
You can store up to 40 of your favorite stations (30 FM / 10 AM) in the tuner memory for easy recall at any time
1.
Using either the manual or automatic tuning method described on page 36,
tune to the first station you wish to memorize. Example: FM 103.5 MHz
2.
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button on the remote control
The display shows “TUNER” and the channel number “1” indicator flashes.
3.
Press the FOLDER UP or DN buttons on the remote control to select the preset
memory location.
Example “3”
4.
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button again, the “3” stops flashing confirming that
the station has been stored in preset channel location “3”.
5.
Tune to the next station you wish to store
Example: FM 106.7 MHz
6.
Press the FOLDER UP or DN button on the remote control select the next
preset memory location
Example “4”
7.
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button again to store the station in preset channel
location “4”
8.
Repeat steps 5-7 until you have stored up to 30 stations on the FM band.
9.
Press the
/BAND button to switch to the MW (AM) band and follow the
same procedure to enter up to 10 AM stations in the tuner memory.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
Setting the Clock
When the AC power is connected, “AM 12:00” will appear on the display
The clock can only be set while the unit is off.
►
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button, the display will show SET CLOCK.
►
Press the
►
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button on remote control, the “AM and hour digits
or
buttons to adjust the hour format in (12 or 24HR).
begin to flash. Press the
or
buttons to adjust the hour.
►
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button to confirm. The minute digits begin to flash.
►
Press the
►
Press the MEMORY/CLOCK button to confirm.
or
buttons to adjust the minute.
* Clock setting only available in STANDBY mode.
Setting the Wake Timer
This system includes a timer to allow you to wake up to , CD, radio or MP3/WMA music.
The wake timer can be set only while unit is off. Please ensure the clock is set to the correct time before setting the wake timer.
►
Press the TIMER button,
►
Press the FUNCTION button to select “CD”, "FM TUNER", "MW TUNER", “USB”
appears on the display.
or “CARD”.
►
Press TIMER to confirm. The VOLUME level appears flashing on the display.
►
Press the VOLUME UP/DN buttons on the remote or main unit VOLUME
button to adjust the volume output level.
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►
Press TIMER to confirm. Display shows "SET ON TIMER" then press TIMER to
confirm. The hour digits hour digits begin to flash.
►
Press
►
Press TIMER to confirm. Minute digits begin to flash.
►
Press
►
Press TIMER to confirm. Display shows "SET OFF TIMER" then press TIMER to
or
or
to set the on time hour.
to set the on time minute.
confirm. The hour digits hour digits begin to flash.
►
Press
►
Press TIMER to confirm. Minute digits begin to flash.
►
Press
►
or
or
to set the on time hour.
to set the off time minute.
Press TIMER to confirm. The display reverts to the current time and
remains
on the display.
►
To cancel the timer setting, press TIMER once more,
disappears from the
display.
Sleep Timer (On Remote Control Only)
This system includes a programmable Sleep Timer that allows you to fall asleep to between 15 and 90 minutes of music and then
shuts the power off automatically.
To operate the sleep timer
►
Turn the system on and operate as usual.
►
Press the SLEEP button on the remote control.
The display will show “SLEEP 90” indicating that the sleep timer will shut the power off after 90 minutes.
►
Press the SLEEP button to decrease the amount of sleep timer operation. Each
time you press the SLEEP button you subtract 10 minutes from the sleep timer.
The minimum sleep timer operation is 10 minutes
After a few seconds the Sleep Time display disappears and the normal display returns.
The small
indicator remains flashing in the display
Note:
•
You can shut the unit off manually before the Sleep Timer counts down to “00” by pressing the STANDBY/
button at any
time.
•
If you are falling asleep to CD, the system will only operate until the CD ends. If you set the Sleep Timer for 90 minutes but
your CD is only 45 minutes long, the music will stop after 45 minutes.
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Stereo Headphone Jack
This system includes a stereo PHONES jack on the front panel of the main unit. You may connect a set of stereo headphones,
not included, to this jack for private listening without disturbing others.
The main speakers are automatically shut off when headphones are connected to the PHONES jack. Make sure that the plug
from your headphones is fully inserted into the headphone jack. If the plug is not fully inserted the sound may be intermittent, or
you may only hear sound from one side of the headphones.
IMPORTANT: To prevent hearing damage always set the volume control to a low level before you connect the headphones. Then
connect the headphones, put them on, and very gradually increase the volume to a comfortable listening level. Remember that
CDs may contain both very soft and very loud passages. Adjust the volume to a comfortable level using a louder passage, so that
you always know what the maximum level will be.
You can listen to the sound from external audio source through the line-in jack.
1.
Switch the function to AUX, the display will show AUX.
2.
Connect the external audio source through 3.5mm(Line-In jack, located on the front of panel)
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Compact Disc Care
•
To remove a disc from its storage case, press down on the center of the case and lift the disc out, holding it carefully by the
edges
•
Finger prints and dust should be carefully wiped off the disc’s recorded surface with a soft cloth. Unlike conventional records,
compact discs have no grooves to collect dust and microscopic debris, so gently wiping with a soft cloth should remove most
particles. Wipe in a straight line from the inside to the outside of the disc. Small dust particles and light stains will have
absolutely no effect on reproduction quality
•
Clean the disc periodically with a soft, lint-free, dry cloth. Never use deter gents or abrasive cleaners to clean the disc. If
necessary, use a CD cleaning kit.
Never write on or affix labels to the surface of compact discs .
Care of the cabinet
If the cabinet becomes dusty wipe it with a soft dry dust cloth. Do not use any wax, polish sprays, or abrasive cleaners on the
cabinet.
Caution
Never allow any water or other liquids to get inside the unit while cleaning.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
General
No power
•
AC connection is not complete. Check all cords and cables.
System does not respond to key presses
•
The built-in microprocessor may malfunction due to external electrical interference.
•
Unplug the AC power cord and then plug it back in.
Unable to operate the System from the remote control
•
The path between the remote control and the remote sensor on the system is blocked. Clear the path.
•
The batteries are exhausted.
Replace the batteries
No sound is heard
•
Volume is set too low.
•
Headphones are connected.
•
Bluetooth audio can be heard only in “BLUETOOTH” mode.
Increase volume level.
Bluetooth Operations
Audio quality is poor
•
Bluetooth reception is poor.
Move the mobile phone or dock closer to the system.
Mobile phone will not pair or connect to system
•
Mobile phone is not Bluetooth-capable. Please use a mobile phone that has Bluetooth capabilities.
•
The Bluetooth function of mobile phone is not powered on.
•
DISC 4400 is not in pairing mode. Press and hold
•
Another mobile phone is already connected.
Refer to mobile device user manual.
/PAIRING button for 5 seconds until “PAIRING” lashes on the display.
Press and hold the
/BAND button for 5 seconds to terminate any
active connections and try again.
Stereo A2DP mobile phone cannot pair or connect to system
•
The Bluetooth function of mobile phone is not powered on.
Refer to mobile device user manual.
•
Only one active A2DP connection is supported at one time.
Another A2DP device is already connected. Disable the
Bluetooth operation on the device, or turn the dock off, wait 30 seconds for it to disconnect and try again.
Mobile phone connects and disconnects constantly
•
Bluetooth reception is poor.
•
Mobile phone is designed to connect and disconnect Bluetooth as needed. This cannot be changed.
•
Mobile phone saves power by activating Bluetooth radio only when needed. Consider disabling power saving on the mobile.
Move the mobile phone closer to the system.
Bluetooth dongle cannot connect to system
•
DISC 4400 is not in pairing mode. Press and hold
•
The dongle does not use a passkey of 0000. Please connect a dongle that uses a passkey of 0000.
/PAIRING button for 5 seconds until “PAIRING” lashes on the display.
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Speakerphone Operations
Voice is not clear
•
Move closer to the microphone.
•
Talk louder.
•
Choose a room with less echo and/or less background noise.
Other party hears echo
•
Reduce the system volume.
•
Choose a room with less echo.
A setting of 13 or below will give the best echo performance.
Radio Operations
Hard to hear broadcasts because of noise
•
Antennas connections are incorrect or loose.
•
The AM loop antenna is too close to the system, or not positioned properly.
•
The FM antenna is not properly extended and positioned.
Extend completely and try another position
Disc Playback Operations
The disc does not play
•
The disc is placed upside down. Place the disc with the label side up.
The disc skips
•
The disc is scratched or dirty.
Move further away and/or change position.
Clean or replace the disc.
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