20150105_3A81W61000010_ATS

20150105_3A81W61000010_ATS
ATS-405
中文
GB
Version 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read these instructions.
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2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. 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 replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged. 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.
15. To Reduce the Risk of Fire or Electric Shock, Do not
Expose This Appliance To Rain or Moisture.
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16. The Shock Hazard Marking and Associated
Graphical Symbol is provided on the rear of unit.
17. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and no objects filled with liquids, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
18. Excessive sound pressure on ear-and headphones
could impair the hearing ability. Higher setting that
idle on the equalizer leads to higher signal voltages
on the output for ear and headphones.
19. The power plug should be close to the radio, and
easy to be approached that during the emergency,
to disconnect the power from the radio, just unplug
the power plug from the AC power slot.
20. Where the MAINS plug or an appliance coupler is
used as the disconnect device, the disconnected
device shall remain readily operable.
21. The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive
heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
To comply with the FCC RF exposure compliance
requirements, no change to the antenna or the
device is permitted. Any change to the antenna or
the device could result in the device exceeding the
RF exposure requirements and void user’s authority
to operate the device.
CAUTION:
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified
service personnel only. To reduce the risk of the
electric shock, do not perform any servicing other
than that contained in the operating instructions
unless you are qualified to so.
Introduction
The Sangean ATS-405 world band digital tuning
receiver provides the following range of features:
Professional digital multi-band world receiver
Full shortwave 14 meter bands
Five tuning methods-direct frequency access, auto
scan, manual tuning, memory recall and rotary tuning
ATS (Auto Tuning System)-auto scan and preset
stations
Shortwave meter band selection
148 station presets
2 alarm timers by buzzer and radio
Real time clock
Adjustable sleep timer
Tone control (Music/Normal/News)
1 kHz fine tuning
Squelch function adjusts the receiving threshold and
eliminate weak transmissions
Easy to read LCD display with backlight
Eco-friendly recharging function with LED indicator
Stereo/mono switch
Lock switch
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Controls
Display backlight illumination
2 Loudspeaker
3 LCD display
4 Preset 1 and Squelch button
5 Preset 2 and Tuning mute button
6 Preset 5 and tuning step selection button
7 Preset 3 and software mute button
8 Charging indicator
9 Power and sleep timer button
10 Band width adjustment and buzzer alarm setting
button
11 Local/DX selection and radio alarm setting button
12 Display button
13 Menu and Fine tune button
14 Preset 6 and AGC control button
15 16 Tuning Up/Down control button
17 Preset 9 and display illumination time adjustment
18 Frequency input, time set and enter button
19 Preset delete button
20 Preset 8 and 12/24 hour format selection button
21 Memory button
22 Preset 7 and RDS CT function button
23 Memory page
24 Shortwave meter band selection and ATS (Auto Tune
System) execution button
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Preset 4 and MW tuning step selection
26 Radio button selection
27 FM stereo/mono selection
28 Headphone socket
29 AC IN socket of supplied power adapter
30 Tone control (News/Normal/Music)
31 Volume control
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Controls
Charge On/Off selection
Lock switch
34 Foldable stand
35 Telescopic antenna
36 Battery compartment
37 RESET
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LCD display Icons
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
Battery power indicator
RDS clock time
Fine tune status
Sleep timer and snooze
Auto Tuning System (ATS) execution
HWS Buzzer wake up
Radio wake up
Shortwave meter band
Squelch ON
Signal level
Key locked
Soft Mute status
Menu
Frequency unit
DX/Local status
Band width
Memory page selection
Frequency and Time display
Radio band
FM stereo indicator
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Power Supply
The ATS-405 operates on 4 x UM-3 (AA Size, LR6)
batteries also powered by external AC power adapter
of 7.5V/0.75A (supplied) or external DC power adapter
of 7.5V/0.75A with center pin positive for China and
Taiwan (supplied).
Press and remove battery cover in the direction
indicated by the arrow on the cover. Insert 4 x UM-3 (AA
size, LR6) batteries with polarity shown on the radio
cabinet. Slide battery cover back into place in direction
of arrow until case snaps into place.
Batteries is to be replaced when battery power level
indicator drops or display flashes empty battery level.
Replace the batteries as soon as possible though the
receiver equips with a super capacitor for memory and
time back up.
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Battery operation using rechargeable
batteries
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1. Remove the battery cover on the back of the unit by
sliding the cover in the direction of the arrow.
2. Slide the CHARGE switch located in the bottom side
of radio to ON position.
3. Insert four Rechargeable UM-3 (AA size, LR6) batteries
into the battery compartment. Take care to ensure all
batteries are inserted with the correct polarity as shown
on the back of the radio. The radio is designed to be
used with Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) rechargeable
batteries.
4. Plug the mains adaptor into your radio and then plug
the adaptor into the mains.
5. The battery charging LED will flash red indicating
batteries are charging. Batteries will be fully charged
in around 7 hours depending on battery capacity. The
charge LED shows a steady red when the battery
charging is completed.
● Important:
when using rechargeable batteries the battery
switch must be placed in the ON position.
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Batteries will only be charged when the radio is
switched off and connected to the AC adaptor.
IF the radio is not to be used for any extended
period of time it is recommended that the batteries
are removed from the radio.
The batteries should not be exposed to excessive
heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. After use,
disposable batteries should if possible be taken
to a suitable recycling centre. On no account
should batteries be disposed of by incineration
Note:
Do not use a mix of old and new rechargeable batteries.
Do not use a mix of full and empty rechargeable
batteries.
Do not use batteries that have a different mAh capacity
Do not use damaged or leaking batteries
Note:
Duration for charging your battery fully can be varied
according to the battery capacity. Higher capacity
batteries requires longer charging time.
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Battery operation using non-rechargeable
batteries
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If you use non-rechargeable batteries, before replacing
the batteries make sure the CHARGE switch located
in the bottom side of radio to OFF position and follow
above instructions to install and replace batteries.
Setting clock time
1. When the radio is switched off, press and release
Time set button 18, display will show -:--, Use numbered
button 0-9 to enter clock time then press Time set
button again to complete time setting. Second will
start on the display.
Setting the alarm timer
ATS-405 equips with two alarm timers-alarm by radio
and alarm by buzzer.
The alarm can be set when the radio is power on or off.
If the radio is on, press DISPLAY button to display time
mode for alarm setting.
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a. alarm by buzzer
Press and release buzzer alarm button, display will flash
the last alarm time set and buzzer alarm icon. Press
the numeric buttons to set the alarm time then press
ENTER button to complete buzzer alarm time setting.
Display will show buzzer alarm icon and back to the real
time status after a few seconds.
To cancel the buzzer alarm setting, press and hold buzzer
alarm button until a beep sounds. Display buzzer alarm icon
will disappear and buzzer alarm setting is then cancelled.
When the alarm is on, press POWER button to turn off
the alarm for 24 hours. The buzzer alarm will last for
one hour if not turned off pressing the POWER button.
You can enable the buzzer alarm again by pressing and
holding buzzer alarm button until a beep sounds, display will
appear buzzer alarm icon indicating buzzer alarm is set.
b. alarm by radio
Tune the radio to the required radio station before setting
the radio alarm. Adjust the volume control to make sure
the volume level is big enough to wake you up.
Press and release radio alarm button then follow the
procedures of setting buzzer alarm to set and cancel
the radio alarm.
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Snooze
When the alarm is on, press any buttons except
POWER button to be in Snooze function for an interval
of 5 minutes before pressing POWER button to turn it
off. Display will flash Snooze and alarm icons.
Setting the sleep timer
Sleep timer allows the listener to set radio auto-shut off
time from 120 to 15 minutes. Press and hold Power/
sleep timer button, display will flash sleep timer icon and
cycle through 120 to 15 minutes. Release the button
when desired shut off time is reached. Radio will remain
on for selected length of time.
To cancel the sleep timer, simply press Power/sleep
timer button again.
Radio operation
There are three waveband selection by pressing BAND
button
Waveband Frequency
coverage
Aerial type
FM
Telescopic
Fully extend the aerial,
angle and
rotate for best reception
87.50-108 MHz
76-108 MHz
64-108 MHz
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Note:
FM frequency coverage varies from different market.
MW (AM)
520-1710 kHz
522-1710 kHz
Internal bar antenna
Rotate for best reception
SW
2.3-26.10 MHz
Telescopic
Fully extend the aerial for
best
reception
Tune the radio
There are five tuning methods for this radio.
1. ATS-Auto Tuning System
This system automatically scan and preset the received
stations in the order of signal strength,.i.e. best reception
station will be preset at Preset 1 of PAGE A and so on.
ATS function is only available in the FM and MW bands,
shortwave band is not available for ATS function.
To start ATS, turn on the radio, selected required MW or
FM band by pressing BAND button. Press and hold ATS
button for more than 2 seconds until a beep sounds,
radio will automatically scan and preset the received
stations in the order of signal strength.
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There are 4 pages of preset memory each FM and MW
band and each page covers 9 preset stations. When the
ATS is completed, a beep will sound and radio will stop
at strongest station within your area, To recall the preset
station, press the PAGE button to allocate Page A to D,
then press the preset numeric button.
2. Direct Tuning using the numerical key pad (0-9)
If you know the radio station frequency, select required
MW, FM or SW band by pressing BAND button then press
FREQ button, display will show--.-and flash selected wave
band, using the numerical key pad 0-9 to enter the station
frequency. Press the ENTER button to select the frequency.
Example, for FM band 103.30 MHz, first select FM
band, then press FREQ then the numerical button 1, 0, 3,
3. Press ENTER button to select the frequency.
3. Manual tuning using Tuning Up and Down button
Turn on the radio, select a waveband by pressing BAND
button. A single press on either the Tuning UP or Down
button will change the frequency Up or down.
4. Scan tuning
Press and hold the Tuning UP or Down button will
automatically scan station frequency and stop when a
station is found.
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Turn on the radio and select a waveband by pressing
BAND button. Press and hold either the Tuning UP or
Down buttons for more than half a second to commence
scan tuning. The radio will scan the station frequency and
stop automatically each time if finds an active station.
When the waveband end is reached, the radio will beep
and continue tuning from the opposite waveband end.
5. Memory recall stations
You can store up to 108 preset station, 36 preset each
on MW/FM/SW band. To store a station in preset
memory, proceed as below.
a. Turn on by radio by pressing Power button
b. Tune to desired station using one of the previously
described tuning methods.
c. Press the Memory button M, the memory symbol
together with suggested memory page and preset
number will flash for a few seconds.
d. Selected the required preset page A to D by pressing
PAGE button and preferred preset number (1-9).
Display will flash the page and memory you select.
Display will show----, if the selected preset is empty.
Display will show previous stored station if preset has
been used.
Press the ENTER button to complete preset setting.
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Note:
the original memory preset will be overwritten by the new
station if the selected preset already stored a station.
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e. To recall a station in memory, turn on the radio and
select a waveband by pressing BAND button. Press
PAGE button to select stored page then the numeric
button 1-9 corresponding to the preset memory. The
radio will instantly tune to the station and display will
show its frequency and memory location.
f . To delete station in memory
Recall the station you like to delete, press the memory
button M, display will flash memory page and preset
number. Press M. DEL button 0, radio will beep and
display will appear dEL indicating the selected preset
station has been deleted.
g. To exchange station positions in memory
To move a preset station to another preset station.
Press Memo button M, preset position will flash.
Press the new desired station by selecting page and
preset number. A beep will sound indicating memory
position has been swapped.
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Select Shortwave meter band-shortwave
scan tuning
In order to shorten shortwave scan tuning time, you can
select shortwave meter band. You can refer to below
shortwave meter band range.
SHORT WAVE BAND
120m
90 m
75 m
60 m
49 m
41 m
31 m
25 m
21 m
19 m
16 m
15 m
13 m
11 m
FREQUENCY (MHz)
2.300 – 2.495
3.200 – 3.400
3.900 – 4.000
4.750 – 5.060
5.900 – 6.200
7.100 – 7.350
9.400 – 9.990
11.600 – 12.100
13.500 – 13.870
15.100 – 15.800
17.480 – 17.900
18.900 – 19.020
21.450 – 21.750
25.600 – 26.100
Turn on the radio and select shortwave band by
pressing BAND button. Press and release SW meter
band button to cycle through meter band until required
meter band is located or press and hold SW meter band
button until display flashed METER, Press Tuning UP/
Down button to allocate required meter band. Follow the
manual tuning and scan tuning methods as described
above to tuning and store the stations.
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Menu operation
Through the Menu setting, you can adjust tuning
settings to achieve tuning ways that you like under
different circumstances for best performance.
Squelch
This is normal that background noise or static presents
to some degree at different locations. It is best to set the
squelch level as low as possible in order not to miss the
weak transmissions.
Squelch can be set either radio is on or off. To adjust the
squelch level, press and hold Menu button until a beep
sounds and display Menu icon appears. Press Squelch
button, display SQUELCH will flash. Using the tuning
UP/Down buttons to select required squelch level, then
press ENTER button to complete the Squelch level
setting. The radio will tune and stop at the signals above
the squelch threshold only.For example, if you select
squelch level at 6, when you tune the radio, it will stop
at the stations which signal level are above 6.
Initial setting is at OFF.
Squelch level setting should be adjusted separately in
different wavebands.
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Tuning Mute (T. MUTE)
If you prefer to mute the scan noise, you can select
Tuning Mute. The initial Tuning Mute is ON for all bands.
However for listeners who prefer not to miss any weak
transmissions during the tuning, you can disable tuning
mute function.
Tuning Mute can be set either radio is ON or OFF.
Press and hold Menu button until a beep sounds and
display Menu icon appears. Press Tuning Mute button 2,
display will first shows ON. Using the tuning UP/Down
button to select Tuning Mute ON or OFF, then press
ENTER button to complete the setting.
Soft Mute (S-MUTE)
Soft Mute is to reduce background noise during weak
signal, however it will also reduce radio reception. The
initial setting for Soft Mute is OFF.
Soft Mute can be set either radio is ON or OFF. Press
and hold Menu button until a beep sounds and display
Menu icon appears. Pressing Soft Mute button, display
will appear OFF. Using the tuning UP/Down button
to select Soft Tuning ON or OFF, then press ENTER
button to complete the setting.
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Change MW (AM) tuning step-9K/10K
In Europe and most other parts of the world, MW (AM)
tuning step is 9kHz. In Northern and Latin America, MW
(AM) tuning step is 10 kHz.
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MW (AM) tuning step can be set either radio is ON or
OFF. Press and hold Menu button until a beep sounds
and display Menu icon appears. Press 9k/10k button,
display will appear MW and flash 9 (kHz) or 10 (kHz) for
Northern American version. Using the tuning UP/Down
button to select 9 or 10, then press ENTER button to
complete the setting.
Change FM tuning step-STEP
FM tuning step varies in different countries.
FM tuning step can be set either radio is ON or OFF.
Press and hold Menu button until a beep sounds and
display Menu icon appears. Press Step button 5, display
will appear FM and flash 100 (kHz). Using the tuning
UP/Down button to cycle through 100/200/50 (kHz),
then press ENTER button to complete FM tuning step
setting.
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Set the AGC (auto gain control)
In AM band (MW and SW), if the volume level
changes too rapidly during listening, you can delay the
responding by setting AGC IF (intermediate frequency)
gain
1. AGC is for AM (MW/SW) only
2. AGC function is set the IF(intermediate frequency)
gain, it has 3 selection by 50db/auto/30db
2-1 "Auto" selection is the defaulted AGC level which
has a balanced gain for reception, recommended
set on auto for general purpose.
2-2 select 50 db to have a higher IF gain than the "auto",
it can amplitude weak signal 10dB more than auto,
the background noise will be enlarged, but easy to
make the signal saturate under a stronger signal.
In addition the soft mute may not be active because
of more background noise.
2-3 choose 30db to have a lower IF gain then the
"auto", once if you prefer to receive the stronger
signal only, reducing the IF gain is able to reject
the weak signal and background noise.
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Auto clock time adjustment by RDS-CT
You can enable auto clock time adjustment by RDS
(Radio Data System) CT function. Clock time can be
automatically adjusted by FM RDS station.
Note:
RDS function is mostly available in European countries
and part of Northern America area.
To enable or disable RDS-CT function, Either radio is
ON or OFF, press and hold Menu button until a beep
sounds and display Menu icon appears. Press CT
button 7, display will show OFF (disable CT function).
Using the tuning UP/Down button to cycle through ON
and Off, then press ENTER button to complete CT
enable or disable setting.
Note:
1) If the clock time was not auto adjusted within 24 hours,
the CT icon will disappear.
2) If clock time from local RDS station is not always
correct, you should consider to disable RDS-CT
function.
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12/24 hour format
To set 12/24 hour format, either radio is ON or Off, press
and hold Menu button until a beep sound and display
Menu icon appears. Press 12/24H button to cycle
through 12 and 24 Hour format, press ENTER button to
complete 12 or 24 hour format setting.
Display illumination time
Press LIGHT button to switch on and off display illumination.
The radio can set display illumination time after last
operation for convenience and battery power saving.
Either radio is ON or OFF, press and hold Menu button
until a beep sounds and display Menu icon appears.
Press LIGHT button, display will flash OFF. Press tuning
UP and Down button to cycle through OFF/10 SEC/20
SEC/ON. Press ENTER button to complete display
illumination time button.
Check software version
Either radio is ON or Off, press and hold Menu button
until a beep sounds and display Menu icon appears.
Press button 0 to check software version e.g. 1.53. It is
for factory production purpose only.
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Bandwidth selection (B-W)
1. Narrow bandwidth can get lower noise and higher
sensitivity while wide bandwidth can bet better
frequency response under stronger RF signal.
2. The filtering bandwidths are listed on below table.
While receiving FM RDS station, the bandwidth will
be automatically adjusted to wide bandwidth
Bandwidth
Wide
Normal
Narrow
FM
110k
x
85k
SW
4k
2k
1k
MW (AM)
6k
3k
1.8k
3. While radio is on, select required waveband, press
B-W button to cycle through Bandwidth from wide,
normal (for SW and MW wavebands only) and narrow.
On display, bandwidth icons will change accordingly
and you can fell the difference on the noise and
reception while changing the bandwidth.
Local/DX
When listening to AM/SW/FM broadcasting, this switch
adjusts the receiver's sensitivity.
When you listen to a strong station and the signal is
slightly distorted, set the switch to the LOCAL position
for best reception. For normal or weak stations, set the
switch to the DX position for maximum sensitivity.
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Fine Tune
When radio is on, waveband is selected. Press FINE
TUNE button to allow 1 kHz tuning step for MW/SW
wavebands and 10 kHz for FM band, display will appear
FINE TUNE. Press FINE TUNE button again to cancel
fine tune setting, display FINE TUNE will disappear and
radio will be back to normal tuning step.
Tone control (News/Normal/Music)
You may adjust tone performance according to radio
program you are listening. Switch News/Normal/Music
knob to NEWS for listening to news program or AM
band to reduce hiss noise from the background.Switch
to MUSIC for listening to music program. For normal
listening, set the switch to Normal mode.
FM Stereo/Mono switch
To listen to FM stereo broadcasts, tune to the required
station, plug in headphones and set the FM ST. MO
switch located on the left hand side of the radio to the
ST. (stereo) position. If the station being received is weak
and some hiss may be audible, to reduce the hiss, set
the switch to the MO. (mono) position to mono reception.
Note:
FM stereo is only available via earphones.
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Headphones
Headphones for use with this radio should be stereo
and fitted with a 3.5mm stereo jack plug. Insert the
headphone plug into the socket marked on the left hand
side of the radio. When the headphones are plugged in,
the loudspeaker is automatically disconnected.
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Note:
before inserting the headphone, make sure radio
volume is set to minimum to avoid damage to the ears.
IMPORTANT:
Excessive sound pressure from earphones and
headphones can cause hearing loss.
Lock Switch
The lock switch is used to prevent unintentional
operation of the radio.
Set the LOCK switch located on the bottom side of the
radio to the ON position. The Lock symbol will appear in the
display with a beep. The power and all other buttons will be
disabled. This will prevent accidental operation when the
radio is packed in a suitcase or carrying pouch. To release
the LOCK, move the LOCK switch to OFF position, the
LOCK symbol will be removed from the display.
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RESET/Trouble shooting
If the radio fails to operate correctly or some digits on
the display are missing or incomplete, carry out the
following procedures.
1. Remove the batteries from battery compartment.
2. With the aid of a suitable implement (e.g. the end of
a paper clip or pen), press and hold the reset button
located in the battery compartment for a few seconds.
Specification
Frequency coverage
FM: 87.50-108 MHz or 76-108 MHz or 76-90 MHz or
64-108 MHz varies from market.
MW (AM):
520-1710 kHz (for countries using 10 kHz tuning step)
522-1710 kHz
SW: 2.3-26.10 MHz
Power:
Battery:UM-3 (AA, LR6) x 4 alkaline batteries or NiMH
rechargeable batteries of equivalent
DC-IN:
AC 7.5V 0.7A (EU)
DC 7.5 V 0.7A (USA)
Speaker: 2.5 inches 3 Watt, 8 ohm
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Output power:
Speaker: DC-IN-1.5 Watt
Battery: 1 Watt
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Headphone: 3 mW + 3 mW, stereo
Charging current: 500 mA +/-100 mA
Dimension (W x H x D): 165 x 100 x 34 in mm.
Weight: approx. 375 g.
The company reserves the right to amend the specification without
notice.
If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product
please note that: Waste electrical products should not be disposed of
with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with
your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice. (Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment Directive)
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