PURE | SIESTA | Specifications | PURE SIESTA Specifications

Safety Instructions
1. Keep the radio away from heat sources.
2. Do not use the radio near water.
3. Avoid objects or liquids getting into the radio.
4. Do not remove screws from or open the radio casing.
5. Fit the mains adapter to an easily accessible socket, located near the radio
and ONLY use the mains power adapter supplied.
Warranty information
Imagination Technologies Ltd. warrants to the end user that this product will
be free from defects in materials and workmanship in the course of normal
use for a period of two years from the date of purchase. This guarantee covers
breakdowns due to manufacturing or design faults; it does not apply in cases
such as accidental damage, however caused, wear and tear, negligence,
adjustment, modification or repair not authorised by us. Should you have a
problem with your unit please contact your supplier or contact Pure Support at
http://support.pure.com.
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Contents
2
Getting started
2
3
3
3
3
Position aerial and connect power
Select language
Autotune
Navigating menus and options
Adjusting the volume
4
Overview of the controls and display
5
Listening to radio
6
Using radio presets
7
Using the alarms
7
8
9
9
9
Setting a radio alarm
Setting a tone alarm
Switching an alarm on/off
Snoozing a sounding alarm
Cancelling a sounding alarm
10 Using the sleep timer
11 Basic options
11
11
12
13
13
13
Changing the information shown on screen
Autotune
Setting the time and date
Changing the time format
Changing the snooze time
Changing the language
14 Advanced options
14 Version
14 Upgrade
14 Reset
15 Technical specifications
1
Getting started
Thank you for purchasing Siesta Mi Series 2. This manual should help
you get your product up and running in no time and tells you how to
use all the great features. If you need any further assistance, please
visit the support pages on our website at www.pure.com.
Position aerial and connect power
1. Fully uncoil the aerial wire.
2. Hook the aerial wire underneath the cable guide on the base.
3. Connect the small end of the supplied mains cable into the Micro
USB socket on the base.
4. Hook the mains cable underneath the cable guide on the base.
5. Position the aerial wire vertically.
6. Plug the mains adaptor into a live mains socket.
7. Siesta Mi will switch on.
Note: If ‘Time not set’ is displayed on the screen after Siesta Mi initially
switches on, press Standby.
Mains
cable
Aerial wire
Cable guide
2
DR
LANGUAGE
DR
ENGLISH
Select language
1. Press Select.
2. Use the scroll < > buttons to view the
different language options.
3. Press Select to choose the language
shown.
DR
SCANFM 35
Autotune
Siesta Mi will perform an autotune for digital
stations and tune to a station when complete.
The number of stations found is displayed
during an autotune.
Navigating menus and options
To navigate and select menu options:
Menu
1. Press Menu.
2. Use the scroll < > buttons to scroll to
the required option and press Select to
access the option.
Stations/Select
3. Press Menu again to exit all menus.
Adjusting the volume
Use Vol + and Vol - to adjust the
volume level.
DR
VOL
11
3
Overview of the controls
and display
Controls
Standby
Switch between
standby and on
2
1/
Source
Switch between
Digital and FM radio
Set or cancel
individual alarms
Presets
Store and select
preset stations
Menu
Enter/exit
options menu
< Stations/Select >
Browse and select radio stations
Scroll, change and confirm menu options
SNOOZE
Snooze an alarm
Vol +/Adjust the volume
Sleep
Set the sleep
timer
Display
Source indicator
Displays the current radio
source:
DR indicates digital radio
FM indicates FM
Sleep timer
Displayed when the
sleep timer is set
Signal strength
Indicates the current
signal strength
Snooze indicator
Alarm indicators
DR
1136 AM
:
Text area
Displays menus,
settings, station
information and clock
Volume/mute
Volume level
4
AM/PM indicator
Scroll left/right
Displayed when scrolling is possible
Listening to radio
DR
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DR
ABSOLUTE
Stations/Select
DR
BBC R6M
FM
FM
FM
88 \ 88
Stations/Select
FM
93 \ 25
Selecting digital radio
Press Source until ‘Digital’ is displayed on
the screen.
Changing stations
1. Press Stations so that the < > symbols
are shown on the display.
2. Scroll < > to the desired station.
3. Press Select to tune into the station.
Selecting FM radio
Press Source until ‘FM’ is displayed on the
screen.
Seek tuning
1. Press Stations so that the < > symbols
are shown on the display.
2. Hold either the scroll up or scroll down
< > button until Siesta Mi starts to
automatically scan for the next station.
The scan will stop when a station with a
strong signal is found.
Manual tuning
1. Press Stations so that the < > symbols
are shown on the display.
2. Scroll < > to the required frequency.
5
Using radio presets
Store up to 8 digital and 8 FM radio stations for quick access and for
use as options as radio alarms.
DR
ABSOLUTE
Presets
DR
ABSOLUTE
DR
EMPTY 1
Storing a radio preset
1. Tune into the station that you want to
store.
2. Press Presets so that the < > symbols
are shown on the display.
3. Scroll < > to the required Preset (1-8).
4. Press and hold Presets or Select to
store the radio station as a preset.
Note
To overwrite a radio preset, tune into the
station that you want to store and follow the
above steps.
Selecting a radio preset
Presets
DR
ABSOLUTE
1. Press the Presets button.
2. Scroll < > to the station that you want to
listen to.
3. Press Select to tune to the station.
6
Using the alarms
Siesta Mi has two alarms. The alarms switch the radio on (if in
standby) and tune to a digital or FM radio station or sound a tone.
Setting a radio alarm
DR
AL1 ON
DR
DR
1. Press the
3. Scroll < > to set the hour for the alarm
and press Select.
:
1215
4. Scroll < > to set the minute for the alarm
and press Select.
DR
DAILY
DR
DIGITAL
DR
LAST USE
DR
SAVED
5. Scroll < > to specify one of the following
alarm frequency options: ‘Daily’, ‘Once’,
‘Weekends’ and ‘Weekdays’ and press
Select to confirm.
6. Scroll < > to specify ‘FM’ or ‘Digital’ and
press Select to confirm.
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1
DR
2 button.
2. Scroll < > to ‘On’ and press Select.
:
1215
VOL
1 or
7. Scroll < > to specify which station should
be played when the alarm goes off. You
have the option of selecting one of your
preset stations or you can select ‘Last
Used’ to select the station that you were
last listening to. Press Select to confirm.
8. Use Vol + and Vol - to set the volume the
radio will play at when the alarm sounds
and press Select to confirm.
9. One of the alarm icons will appear on the
display to show that an alarm is set.
7
Setting a tone alarm
DR
AL1 ON
DR
DR
1. Press the
3. Scroll < > to set the hour for the alarm
and press Select.
:
1215
4. Scroll < > to set the minute for the alarm
and press Select.
DR
DR
TONE
1
SAVED
2 button.
2. Scroll < > to ‘On’ and press Select.
:
1215
DAILY
DR
1 or
5. Scroll < > to specify the alarm frequency
and press Select to confirm. The
available options are:
•Daily
•Once
•Weekends
•Weekdays
6. Scroll < > to specify ‘Tone’ and press
Select to save the alarm. One of the
alarm icons will appear on the display to
show that an alarm is set.
8
Switching an alarm on/off
1. Press the button of the alarm (
to toggle the alarm on/off.
1/
2)
2. Press Select when the screen displays
the option that you want to set.
3. One of the alarm icons will appear when
an alarm is set.
Snoozing a sounding alarm
1. Press the Snooze button to snooze a
sounding alarm for the specified time
(default 9 mins). See page 13 for
more information on setting the snooze
time.The snooze icon will display on the
screen.
:
1215
2. The alarm will reactivate after the snooze
time has expired.
1
AL1 OFF
Cancelling a sounding alarm
1. Press Standby or the
1 or
2 button.
2. The screen will display ‘AL1 OFF‘ or ’AL2
OFF’ to indicate that the alarm has been
cancelled.
Note
If you do not cancel or snooze a sounding
alarm, the alarm will automatically switch off
after sixty minutes.
9
Using the sleep timer
You can use the sleep timer to switch off the radio after a specified
period of time.
DR
15 MIN
1. Press Sleep until the time you want to
set the sleep timer to (15-90 minutes) is
displayed on the screen.
2. Press Select to set the sleep timer
screen.
DR
ABSOLUTE
3. The sleep timer icon will appear when a
sleep timer is set.
Note
To cancel the sleep timer function, scroll until
‘SLP OFF’ is displayed on the screen using
the above steps.
10
Basic options
DR
DISPLAY
DR
STATION
Changing the information
shown on screen
1. Press Menu.
2. Scroll < > to ‘Display’ and press Select.
DR
TEXT
3. View the options using the scroll buttons:
Station Displays the station name.
DR
TIME
Text
Displays the scrolling text from
the radio station.
Time
Displays the time.
DR
Autotune
DR
You can use the autotune function to
automatically scan for new digital radio
stations and remove inactive ones.
AUTOTUNE
SCAN
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Note
Autotune is only visible when you have
selected ‘Digital’ as the radio source.
1. Press Menu.
2. Scroll < > to ‘ ‘Autotune’ and press
Select.
3. The number of stations found will be
displayed during the autotune.
4. When the autotune has finished, Siesta Mi
will tune to the last station that you were
listening to.
11
Setting the time and date
DR
CLOCK
DR
SET TIME
DR
DR
:
1115
:
1115
::
:
DR
DATE
DR
MNTH
DR
YEAR
1
12
11
The time and date on Siesta Mi are
automatically set by the FM or digital radio
signal. If the time/date does not update
automatically, you can manually set it using
this option.
Note
Any time or date updates received by an FM
or a digital broadcast will override manual
settings.
To set the time/date manually:
1. Press Menu.
2. Scroll < > to ‘Clock’.and press Select.
3. Scroll < > to ‘Set Time’ and press Select.
4. Scroll < > to set the hour and press
Select.
5. Scroll < > to set the minute and press
Select.
6. Scroll < > to set the day of the month and
press Select.
7. Scroll < > to set the month and press
Select.
8. Scroll < > to set the year and press
Select to save your changes.
12
DR
CLOCK
DR
12/24 HR
DR
24 HOUR
DR
CLOCK
DR
SNOOZE
Changing the time format
1. Press Menu.
2. Scroll < > to ‘Clock’ and press Select.
3. Scroll < > to ‘12/24 Hr’ and press Select.
4. Scroll < > to the required time format and
press Select.
Changing the snooze time
1. Press Menu.
2. Scroll < > to ‘Clock’ and press Select.
3. Scroll < > to ‘Snooze’ and press Select.
4. Scroll < > to adjust the Snooze time and
press Select to save your changes.
DR
LANGUAGE
DR
ENGLISH
DR
FRANCAIS
Changing the language
1. Press Menu.
2. Scroll < > to ‘Language’ and press
Select.
3. Scroll < > to the required language and
press Select to save your changes.
DR
DEUTSCH
DR
ITALIANO
13
Advanced options
DR
V6
V1 \ \00
DR
UPGRADE
Version
Press and hold Menu to display the software
version on the screen.
Upgrade
Contact Pure technical support
(http://support.pure.com) for more
information on how to update Siesta Mi to the
latest software version.
DR
Reset
DR
Resetting your Siesta Mi removes all presets,
stored stations and alarm/timer settings and
resets all other options to default settings.
DR
To reset Siesta Mi to default settings:
V1 \ 0
RESET
CONFIRM
1. Ensure your aerial is fully extended and
vertical.
2. Press and hold Menu until you see the
firmware version number on screen.
3. Scroll < > to ‘Reset’ and press Select.
4. Press Select again to confirm that you
want to reset the Siesta Mi to default
settings.
14
Technical specifications
Radio
Digital and FM. UK products receive DAB and
FM; non-UK products receive DAB/DAB+/
DMB-Radio/FM depending on region
Audio
1W RMS Full-range 2.5” drive unit
Connectors
5V Mini USB power adapter socket (also
for software updates)
Dimensions (mm)
50 high x 145 wide x 146 deep
Power
100-240V AC to 5V (800mA) DC Mini USB
external power adapter
Power Consumption
Standby:<1W
Approvals
CE marked. Compliant with the EMC and
Low Voltage Directives (2004/108/EC and
2006/95/EC) ETSI EN 300 401 compliant
15
Pure Warranty Statement for Australia
This statement replaces any reference to warranty which may be contained
elsewhere within this manual.
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• Pure agrees to refund, repair or replace, at your election, without charge to
you, any part found to be defective during the warranty period.
• If equipment has been used according to its accompanying instruction
manual and is used in a domestic situation, a two year warranty period
applies.
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Under this express warranty Pure will not be liable for loss or damage of any kind
whatsoever, whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or otherwise.
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