IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or
moisture.
WARNING: To prevent electric shock, do not use this (polarized) plug with an extension cord,
receptacle, or other outlet unless the blades can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure
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iPod Docking Station. IT-6022
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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USE
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USER’S MANUAL
Table of Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................................2
Operating Element Diagram ................................................................................................3
Power Source: Connection..................................................................................................4
Audio/Video Connection......................................................................................................5
General Operation...............................................................................................................6
iPod Operation ....................................................................................................................7
Radio Operation ..................................................................................................................7
“AUX” Mode: Listening to an External Audio Device ............................................................8
Clock: Setting the Time .......................................................................................................8
Clock: Using the Alarm ........................................................................................................9
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................10
Specifications ....................................................................................................................10
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions
Heed all warnings
Follow all instructions
Do not use this apparatus near water. This apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing, and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
Do not expose to strong chemical agents. Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions. The apparatus should not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug or similar surface that
may block the ventilation openings. The apparatus must not be placed in a built-in installation,
such as a closed bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of air through the ventilation
openings. Ventilation should not be impeded by covering the openings with items such as
newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that product heat. Extended exposure to temperatures higher
that 150 degrees Fahrenheit, for example inside a closed vehicle during the summer, may
result in damage to your product.
No open flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has
two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for the replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched – particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Do not install in an area which impedes the access to the power plug. Disconnecting the
power plug is the only way to completely remove power to the product and must be readily
accessible at all times.
Power source – Use only power supplies of the type specified in the operating instructions or
as marked on the appliance. If a separate power supply is included with this apparatus, do not
substitute with any other power supply – use only manufacturer-provided power supplies.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
If the unit will be unused for long periods of time, the batteries should be removed.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus
has been damages in any way: the power-supply cord or plug is damages, liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or
moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped
For products which incorporate batteries, please refer to local regulations for proper battery
disposal.
Operating Elements Diagram
Power Source: Connection
Connecting to a Wall Outlet using the AC Adapter (Main Unit)
Connect the power supply to the DC – 12V jack on the back of the unit, then connect to a wall
power outlet.
Main Unit
1. iPod Dock
2.
STANDBY Button
3. AL1 / MEM- Button
4. MEMORY / SET Button
5. SLEEP Button
6. AL2 / MEM+ Button
7. FUNCTION Button
8. SNOOZE / Dimmer Button
9. X-BASS Button
Button
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11. VOLUME - Button
12. VOLUME + Button
Button
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14. / BAND Button
15. Display
16. FM Rod Antenna
17. RESET Switch
18. DC – 12V Jack
19. VIDEO Jack
20. SUBWOOFER Jack
21. PHONES Jack
22. AUX IN Jack
Warning: Disconnect plug from the supply socket when not in use.
Installing & Replacing Batteries (Main Unit)
1. Remove the battery door on the bottom of the unit by
depressing the two levers marked “OPEN” on the battery
door.
2. In order to maintain operation of the memory function in
the event of power failure, insert 2 x “AAA” size batteries
(not included) into the smaller battery compartment.
3. Insert 8 x “C” alkaline batteries in the battery
compartment.
Note: Be sure to install the batteries in the correct orientation, noting the polarity (+/-) marking
inside the battery compartment.
Replacing the Battery (Remote Control)
Note: A battery is pre-installed in the remote. When the remote
control stops operating, please replace this battery with a new one.
1. Squeeze the notched tab A while pulling the battery door latch B
out to remove the battery tray.
2. Insert a “CR2025” 3V lithium battery. Make sure the polarity (the
+ and – sides of the battery) is correct.
3. Slide the battery tray back in the remote control.
Battery cycle recommendation:
All the batteries should be tested regularly (approx every 3 months).
All the batteries for the station memory should be changed every year.
Remote Control
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MUTE Button
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AL2 / M+ Button
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AL1 / M- Button
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REPEAT / ST-MO Button
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VOL + Button
/ TUNING Button
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VOL – Button
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Infrared Sensor
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FUNC. Button
Button
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SLEEP Button
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MEMORY / SET Button
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SNOOZE / DIMMER Button
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XBASS Button
/ TUNING Button
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/ BAND Button
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BATTERY PRECAUTIONS
Do not swallow batteries, as they can cause serious damage to health.
Do not heat or throw into fire (EXPLOSION RISK!).
Use only the specified size and type of the battery.
Be sure to follow the correct polarity when installing the battery as indicated in the battery compartment.
Reversed polarity may cause damage to the device.
Do not mix different types of batteries (e.g. Alkaline & Carbon-zinc or old batteries & fresh ones.)
If the device is not to be used for a long period of time, remove the batteries to prevent damage or injury
from possible battery leakage.
Do not try to recharge batteries not intended to recharge; they can overheat and rupture. (Follow battery
manufacturer’s directions.)
Remove the battery if the unit is not to be used for a long period of time.
Old or leaking batteries can cause damage to the unit and may void the warranty.
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iPod Dock Adapter: Installation
This unit comes with 5 different sized removable dock adapters designed to help your iPod fit
securely in the dock. These adapters are NOT guaranteed to fit all newly released iPod models. No
adapters are provided for the 5G (fifth generation) 30GB and 60GB iPods with video capability.
Please use the adapters that were included with these iPods at time of purchase.
VIDEO OUTPUT Connection
1. With an iPod with video capability docked, you can watch your iPod videos on your TV.
Connect one end of RCA plug signal wire (not included) to the VIDEO Jack (19) and the other
end to your home TV.
STANDBY to turn the unit on.
2. Press
3. Press FUNCTION (7, 31) button to select iPod mode and “iPod” indicates on the display (15).
4. Select the correct video input setting on your TV.
5. Play the iPod docked with the unit.
AUX Connection
1. Connect one end of a 3.5mm plug signal wire (not included)
to the AUX IN Jack (22), and the other end to your
home audio equipment.
STANDBY to turn the unit on.
2. Press
3. Press FUNCTION (7,31) button to select AUX mode.
“AUX” will be indicated on the display.
4. Play your home audio equipment.
To
Install a Dock Adapter
Select the dock adapter that best fits your iPod model and gently place it in
the dock.
Note: These dock adapters are not designed to accommodate iPod cases.
To Remove/Replace a Dock Adapter
1. Remove your iPod from the dock
2. Grip the dock adapter and gently pull upwards.
General Operation
Note: To avoid damage to your iPod, ensure that you are using the correct dock adapter for your
iPod and that your iPod is properly docked.
Turning the Unit On
In this mode, you will have control of your music and play mode.
STANDBY. The unit will light up, and begin playing the selected play mode
Press
(RADIO/iPod/AUX).
Note: If no iPods will be docked for a long period of time, use the dust cover to protect the dock
connector.
Turning the Unit Off (Standby Mode)
In this mode, you will have control of the clock/alarm clock.
STANDBY. The unit’s lights will turn off (with the exception of the display).
Press
iPod is a registered trademark owned by Apple Computer Inc. in the U.S. and in other countries
Audio/Video Connection
PHONES Connection
You can use headphones (not included) to listen in privacy. Insert the headphone’s 3.5mm plug into
the PHONES Jack (21). Use the corresponding adaptors (not included) if your headphone is a
different size. The speakers will automatically deactivate when headphones are connected.
Listening Safety
To protect your hearing, follow these guideline when you use headphones.
Reduce sound level to a minimum before begin putting on headphones, then adjust volume to
your desired sound level.
Do not listen at extremely high volume levels. Extended high volume listening can lead to
permanent hearing loss.
Once you set the volume, do not increase it. Overtime, your ears adapt to the volume level, so
a volume level that does not cause discomfort might still damage your hearing.
SUBWOOFER Connection (Subwoofer not supplied with this product)
1. Connect one end of the RCA plug signal wire (not included) to SUB-WOOFER Jack (20) and
the other end to your subwoofer.
STANDBY to turn the unit on.
2. Press
3. Make sure your subwoofer is turned on.
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Selecting the Play Mode
Switch between RADIO/iPod/AUX by pressing FUNCTION.
Playing Music
/ BAND button:
iPod mode: Press to play/pause the selected playlist on the connected iPod.
Radio mode: Press to switch between AM and FM band.
VOLUME – / VOLUME + buttons:
Press to adjust the volume level. There are a total of 31 steps: “00” is the minimum level, and “30”
is the maximum level.
X-BASS button:
Press the X-BASS button so that “XBASS” appears on the display. The bass output will increase.
Press the X-BASS button again to deactivate.
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Radio Reception Tips:
iPod Operation
Charging Your iPod
While the unit is plugged into a wall outlet, it will charge your docked iPod until it is fully charged.
Note: Non-docking iPod models will NOT charge.
Operating iPod with the Main Unit
STANDBY button to turn the unit on.
1. Press
2. Press FUNCTION until “iPod” appears on the display.
FM - Extend and rotate FM Rod
3. Select your desired music, photos or videos, etc., and play the
Antenna (16) for best reception
connected iPod as usual.
4. You can also select the desired previous or next music tracks by
(10, 28) or
(13, 37) button repeatedly,
pressing
/ BAND (14, 38) button to play or pause.
and press
5. Press VOLUME – or VOLUME + (12, 27) button to adjust to the desired sound level.
Note: To view photos and videos from the iPod, the VIDEO Jack must be connected to your home
TV by a signal wire. (Refer to “ VIDEO OUTPUT Connection ” section.)
Note: To avoid the damage to your iPod, connect your iPod to the dock before you turn on the unit,
do not remove your iPod while it is playing, and turn off both the unit and your iPod before you
remove your iPod.
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FM – Extend and adjust
antenna for best reception
AM – Rotate the unit for
best reception
“AUX” Mode: Listening to an External Audio Device
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STANDBY button to turn the unit on.
Press
Press FUNCTION until “AUX” appears on the display.
Connect a 3.5mm AUX IN Plug (not included) to the headphone jack of your audio device.
Turn on the MP3 Player and begin playing as normal.
Note: Make sure that the volume of the audio device is set to an appropriate level (if it is set
too low, there will be no sound output).
Adjust the volume to the desired level.
Clock: Setting the Time
Radio Operation
Tuning to a Radio Station
Manual Scan
STANDBY button to turn the unit on.
1. Press
2. Press FUNCTION until “RADIO” appears on the display.
/ BAND button to switch between the AM and FM band.
3. Press
or
repeatedly to the desired radio station
4. Press
Automatic Scan
or
button approx 2 seconds to start the
Press and hold
automatic scan. The unit will continue to scan until a station with a strong signal is found. The scan
or
again.
can also be stopped at any time by pressing
Note: During the automatic scan, the sound level will be muted automatically.
Note: If a stereo broadcast is received, “(( ST ))” will appear on the left of the display.
Current Time Setting
After plugging in the AC adaptor or inserting 8 fresh “C” batteries, the current
time appears on the display (15).
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1. Press MEMORY/SET in standby mode (power off). “
indicates on the display (15)
or
to switch between 12 or 24 hour format.
2. Press
3. Press MEMORY/SET again to save the hour format setting. The hour
or
repeatedly to set the
digit will start blinking. Press
current hour.
4. Press MEMORY/SET again to save the hour setting. The minute digit
or
button repeatedly to set
will start blinking, press
the current minute.
5. Press MEMORY/SET again to complete the current time setting.
SLEEP (Automatic Shutoff Timer) Setting
With the unit on, press SLEEP repeatedly to switch the timer setting to 15, 30, 60, 90, or 120
minutes The unit will turn off automatically after the selected time period.
Note: If your iPod playlist or AUX device’s playtime is shorter than your
selected sleep time, the music will stop at the end of the disc/playlist.
Programming Memory
The unit’s memory can store up to 20 stations (both AM and FM).
/ BAND to select AM or FM.
1. In “RADIO” mode, press
2. Scan to the desired station.
3. Press MEMORY/SET to activate the memory function. On the display,
“MEMORY” will begin to blink.
4. Press AL1 / MEM- or AL2 / MEM+ repeatedly to select the desired memory position (1-20).
Note: If no buttons are pressed, after approx. 5 seconds, the current radio station will
automatically be programmed to the displayed memory position.
5. Press MEMORY/SET again to save your selected station.
Selecting a Programmed Memory Position
In “RADIO” mode, press AL1 / MEM- or AL2 / MEM+ to select the programmed memory position.
The unit will automatically tune to the memorized station.
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Troubleshooting
Clock: Using the Alarm
This unit can store two different wake up times that can be used independently or simultaneously
Time Setting
Alarm1
1. In standby mode, press and hold AL1 / MEM- for 3 seconds. The hour digit will begin to blink.
or
to adjust to the desired hour and AM/PM setting.
2. Press
3. Press AL1 / MEM- to save the hour setting. The minute digit will begin to blink.
or
to adjust your desired minute digit.
4. Press
5. Press AL1 / MEM- to complete the wake up setting.
Wake-Up Mode
Alarm1
Radio/
iPod).
Press AL1 / MEM- to set the Wake-Up Mode for Alarm1 ( Buzzer /
Wake to Buzzer
and
are visible.
Press AL1 / MEM- until
Wake to Radio
and
are visible.
1. Press AL1 / MEM- until
STANDBY button to turn the unit on.
2. Press
3. Follow the procedure in “TUNER OPERATION” to select your desired radio station.
STANDBY button to turn the unit off. The radio will automatically turn on at the
4. Press
alarm time.
Wake to iPod
and
are visible.
1. Press AL1 / MEM- until
STANDBY button to turn the unit on.
2. Press
3. Follow the procedure in “iPod OPERATION.”
STANDBY button to turn the unit off. The iPod will automatically start playing at
4. Press
the set alarm time.
Symptom
Display / Controls not operating properly
Radio Noise/Distortion
FM STEREO icon does not appear on
display
No sound
iPod will not play
Solution
Use a sharp tipped object to press the reset switch (17)
Extend FM Rod Antenna completely and reposition it.
Rotate the unit until best reception is obtained.
Manually scan to the AM or FM broadcast station
Select another FM station. The current station may not
have a stereo signal.
Make sure the unit is turned on.
Make sure the correct play mode is selected.
Try increasing the volume level of the unit. If in “AUX”
mode, also try increasing the audio device’s volume.
Make sure “iPod” play mode is selected.
Re-insert the iPod into the dock
Note: Use a toothpick, straightened paperclip, or similar object to
depress and hold the reset button for few seconds.
Customer Service:
For further assistance with your product, call Innovative Technology at Toll free no.
1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497)
GENERAL
Power source
Time Setting & Wake-Up Mode
Alarm2
Follow the steps above, using AL2 / MEM+ instead.
and Alarm2
are both set, the corresponding icons will flash, alternating
Note: When Alarm1
between alarms.
Specifications
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Dimension (W x D x H in mm)
-------------Weight
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Frequency range
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AUDIO SECTION
Power Output
--------------------------------Speaker impedance
------------------------Headphone Impedance
--------------------AUX input sensitivity
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Turning Off the Alarm
Using the Snooze Feature (temporary deactivation)
When the alarm sounds, pressing the SNOOZE / dimmer button will temporarily deactivate the
alarm. The alarm will automatically sound again after a period of 9 minutes.
Note: After pressing the snooze button, the active alarm icons will flash.
Deactivating the Alarm (permanent deactivation)
/
icon disappears.
Press the corresponding AL1 / MEM- or AL2 / MEM+ button until the
ACCESSORIES
AC Adaptor
---------------------------------------Instruction Manual
--------------------------Remote handset
-----------------------------iPod dock adapter and dust cover
-----Remote Control Range ------------------------------
Adjusting the Display Dimmer
While in standby mode, press the SNOOZE / Dimmer Button to adjust the dimmer to LO/MID/HI.
Note: After turning on the unit, the dimmer will automatically be set to high backlight.
DC 12V / 500mA
8 x “C” alkaline batteries (not included) for main unit
2x “AAA” alkaline batteries (not included) for memory back-up
3V “CR2025” lithium battery (included) for remote
306 x 227 x 240 mm
1.32kg
FM: 88 – 108.5MHz
AM: 530 - 1710 KHz
2x 1.5 Watts @10% THD per Channel
4 ohms
8 – 32 ohms
300 mV
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 kit (5 adapters &1 dust cover.)
6 meters
You can help protect the environment!
Please remember to respect your local regulations: Turn in non-working electrical
equipment to an appropriate waste disposal centre.
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Innovative Technology Electronics Corp.
Limited Warranty
90 Days Labor, One Year Parts
Innovative Technology Electronics Corp. (IT) warrants the product to be free from “Defects” in
materials under normal use for a period of “One Year” from the date of the original purchase. The
Warranty is “Not” transferable. IT agrees, that within the initial “90 Day” period to repair the product
if it is determined to be defective at “No Charge”. It is further agreed that IT will cover the cost to
repair or replace damaged “Parts” only for a total period of “One Year” from the date of the original
purchase. The warranty does not cover cosmetic damage, antennas, AC cords, cabinets,
headbands, ear-pads, or damage due to line power surges, connection to improper voltage supply
or settings, misuse, mishandling, accident, acts of God or attempted repair by an unauthorized
service agent.
To obtain service please contact IT for Merchandise Return Authorization (MRA) number by
sending a self addressed stamped envelope to the address below. The original purchaser MUST
present a sales receipt / proof of purchase indicating date of purchase, amount paid, and place of
purchase. Send the unit prepaid to the address below in the original packaging or reasonable
substitute to prevent damage. You “Must” include your full name, shipping address and telephone
number and Merchandise Return Authorization (MRA) number for our reference. No return will be
shipped back to a PO Box. Please include your check or money order in the amount of $12.00,
payable to Innovative Technology Electronics Corp., to cover handling and return shipping
charges. IT will not be responsible for delays or unprocessed claims resulting from a purchaser’s
failure to provide any or all of the necessary information.
Send all inquires or returns to:
Customer Service Dept.
Innovative Technology Electronics Corp
4 Anchor Way, Port Washington, NY 11050
TOLL FREE# 1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497)
There are no express warranties except as listed above.
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY OF THE CUSTOMER, IT SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON
THIS PRODUCT EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW. ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS
PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions or limitations may not
apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights,
which vary from state to state.
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