Roadstar CLR-2615 User manual

Roadstar CLR-2615 User manual
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Radio Digital Clock with Alarm
CLR-2615
Instruction manual
Bedienungsanleitung
Manuel d’instructions
Manuale d’istruzioni
Manual de instrucciones
Manual de instruções
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• Your new unit was manufactured and • Ihres neues Gerät wurde unter Beachtung der
strengen ROADSTAR-Qualitätsvorschriften gefertigt.
assembled under strict ROADSTAR quality
Wir danken Ihnen für den Kauf unseres Produktes
control.
und wünschen Ihnen optimalen Hörgenuss. Bitte
Thank-you for purchasing our product for your
lesen Sie diese Bedienungsanleitung durch, und
music enjoyment.
heben Sie sie auf, um jederzeit darin nachschlagen
Before operating the unit, please read this
zu können.
instruction manual carefully. Keep it also handy
for further future references.
• Il vostro nuovo apparecchio é stato prodotto ed
assemblato sotto lo stretto controllo di qualitá
• Votre nouve appareil a été fabriqué et monté
ROADSTAR.
en étant soumis aux nombreaux tests
Vi ringraziamo di aver acquistato un nostro prodotto
ROADSTAR. Nous espérons que cet appareil
per il vostro piacere d’ascolto.
vous donnera entière satisfaction.
Prima di procedere all'utilizzo dell'apparecchio,
Avant de vous adonner à ces activités, veuillez
leggete attentamente il manuale d’istruzioni e
lire attentivement ce manuel d’instructions.
tenetelo sempre a portata di mano per futuri
Conservezle à portée de main à fin de
riferimenti.
référence ultérieure.
• Vuestro nuevo sistema ha sido construido • Seu novo aparelho foi construido e montado sob o
estrito controle de qualidade da ROADSTAR.
según las normas estrictas de control de
Agradecemos por ter comprado nosso produto para
calidad ROADSTAR.
a sua diversão.
Le felicitamos y le damos las gracias por su
Antes de usar esta unidade é necessário ler com
elección de este aparado. Por favor leer el
atençâo este manual de instruçâes pare que possa
manual antes de poner en funcionamiento el
ser usada apropriadamente; mantenha o manual
equipo y guardar esta documentación en case
ao seu alcance para outras informaçâes.
de que se necesite nuevamente.
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WARNINGS
The exclamation point within the triangle is a warning sign
alerting the user of important instructions accompanying the
product.
The lightening flash with arrowhead symbol within the triangle is
a warning sign alerting the user of “dangerous voltage” inside
the unit.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
230v~
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover.
No user serviceable parts inside the unit. Refer all servicing to
qualified personnel.
This unit operates on 230V ~ 50Hz. If the unit is not used for a
long period of time, remove the plug from the AC mains.
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CLR-2615
DIGITAL ALARM CLOCK RADIO
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
This unit must not be exposed to moisture or rain.
The power switch in this unit is mounted on the secondary
circuit and does not disconnect the whole unit from the mains
in OFF position.
Ensure all connections are properly made before operating the
unit.
This unit should be positioned so that it is properly ventilated.
Avoid placing it, for example, close to curtains, on the carpet
or in a built-in installation such as a bookcase.
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Do not expose this unit to direct sunlight or heat radiating
sources.
Make sure all batteries are inserted according to the proper
polarity. Do not mix old batteries with new ones.
If the unit is not used for a long period of time (more than 1
month), remove all batteries from their compartment to avoid
possible leaking.
1. FUNCTION Selector(ON/OFF/AUTO)
2. VOLUME Control/Buzzer Switch
3. TIME SET Button
4. Alarm setting
5. Battery Compartment
6. SLEEP SET Button
7. HOUR SET Button
8. MINUTE SET Button
9. Clock Display
10. SNOOZE Button
11. WAVEBAND Selector
12. TUNING Control
13. Dimmer function
14. Headphone output
15 AUX_Audio IN
16. ALARM OFF Button
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SETTING THE CORRECT TIME
This unit operates from a main supply of 230V ~ 50Hz. Connect the AC
power cord to the AC household main outlet. Ensure that the voltage
is as indicated on the rating plate on the rear of the unit.
1. Press and hold the TIME SET button (3)
2. Press the HOUR button (7) to advance hour press MINUTE button
(8) until the correct time is displayed. Your Clock Radio uses a 24
hour clock.
3. Release the TIME SET Button.
Battery Back-up Power Failure Protection
This radio has a battery back up circuit that will keep the correct time
and alarm settings in the event of a temporary power interruption.
Install a 9-volt battery (type 6F 22/006P), not included, into the battery
compartment located on the bottom of the unit.
Note: We recommend an alkaline battery for longer usable life.
Change the battery every 9 to 12 months for best result and avoid
possible battery leakage.
If power is temporarily interrupted the display will go blink and the radio
will not play. However, the battery back-up circuit will continue to
maintain the clock and alarm settings. When power is restored the clock
will display the correct time and alarm settings, and no adjustment is
necessary.
Note: If power is interrupted and there is no battery in the compartment
or the battery is exhausted. The time and alarm settings will be
lost. When power is restored the clock will begin to flash
indicating that the time and alarm settings must be corrected.
SETTING THE WAKE UP TIME
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Set the FUNCTION Selector (1) to the OFF position.
Set the alarm time by following this procedure:
Press and hold the ALARM SET Button (4).
Press the HOUR Button (7) to advance hour press MINUTE Button
(8) until the desired alarm time is displayed. Your clock radio uses
a 24 hour clock.
5. Release the ALARM SET Button (4).
6. To check the correct alarm time is set, press the ALARM SET Button (4).
WAKE TO BUZZER ALARM
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Set the alarm time as shown above.
Set the Function Selector (1) to the AUTO position.
Turn the VOLUME Control (2) down until you hear a click.
To switch off the alarm either press the ALARM OFF Button (16),
or set the FUNCTION Selector (2) to the OFF position.
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WAKE TO THE RADIO
1. Set the alarm time as shown above.
2. Set the FUNCTION Selector (1) to the ON position.
3. Set the Band Selector (11) to the desired radio band, and follow
the procedure in LISTENING TO THE RADIO to tune the radio to
a station.
4. Set the VOLUME Control (2) to a level you feel will wake you.
5. Set the FUNCTION Selector (1) to the AUTO/BUZZER position.
6. To switch off the alarm either press the ALARM OFF Button (16) or
set the FUNCTION Selector (1) to the OFF position.
1. This function enables you to go to sleep listening to the Radio.
2. Set the FUNCTION Selector (1) to OFF or AUTO/BUZZER.
3. Press the SLEEP Button (6). The clock display will show 59 minutes.
The Radio turns on and will turn off automatically after 59 minutes.
4. To select a shorter time press the MINUTE Button (8) while holding
the SLEEP Button (6) until the desired sloop time is displayed.
5. To turn off the Radio at any time during the Sleep period, press
the SNOOZE Button (10).
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
LISTENING TO THE RADIO
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Set the FUNCTION Selector (1) to the ON position.
Set the BAND Selector (11) to the desired band (FM or MW).
Turn the TUNING Knob (12) until the desired station is heard.
Adjust the VOLUME Control (2) to a comfortable listening level.
To turn off the radio, set the Function Selector (1) to the OFF
position.
Note: The MW band uses a built in directional serial. You may have
to rotate the clock radio for the best reception.
SNOOZE FUNCTION
When the alarm sounds, pressing the SNOOZE Button will temporary
stop about 9 minutes then the alarm sounds again.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not allow this clock radio to be
exposed to rain or moisture.
This clock radio should not be exposed to direct sunlight, very high or
low temperature, moisture, vibration, or placed in a dusty environment.
Do not use abrasives, benzine, thinners, or other solvents to clean the
surfaces of the clock radio. To clean it, wipe with a mild non-abrasive
defergent solution on a clean soft cloth.
Never attampt to Inset wires, pins, or other objects into the venlilation
holes or openings on the clock radio.
Note: When setting the Clock or Alarm times remember that this rclock
radio has a 24 Hour clock.
AC POWER
For your own solely read following instructions carefully before attempting
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to connect this clock radio to the mains.
Mains Supply 230V-50Hz - AC only.
This unit is designed to operate on a 230V~50Hz supply only.
Connecting it to other power sources may damage it, Ensure that supply
corresponds to the information on the rating label on the bottom of the
unit.
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SPECIFICATIONS
M Band:
W Band:
525 to 1650 kHz
Power Supply:
230VCD, 50 Hz
9V DC PP35 BATTERY
(Ever Ready Silver Seal or equivalent)
AUDIO IN FUNCTION
Sound will come out automatically if an external audio device is
plugged in the AUDIO IN jack (15).
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other
household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human
health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle
it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local
government office, for details of where and how they can take this item for environmentally safe
recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the
purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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CLR-2615
MW/UKW- DIGITAL-WECKRADIO
INHALTSVERZEICHNIS
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87.5 - 108 MHz
530 - 1600 kHz
230V 50Hz
9V-006P
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RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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POSITIONNEMENT DES COMMANDES
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CLR-2615
RADIO-REVEIL DIGITALE AM/FM
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POSITIONNEMENT DES COMMANDES
SOURCES D'ALIMENTATION
ALIMENTATION SUR SECTEUR CA
CARACTERISTIQUES TECHNIQUES
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PROGRAMMATION DE L'HORAIRE JUSTE
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CARACTERISTIQUES TECHNIQUES
006P 9V CC
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ATTENZIONE
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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CLR-2615
RADIOSVEGLIA DIGITALE AM/FM
INDICE
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LOCALIZZAZIONE DEI CONTROLLI
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LOCALIZZAZIONE DEI CONTROLLI
FONTI ALIMENTAZIONE
ALIMENTAZIONE AC
SPECIFICHE TECNICHE
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IMPOSTAZIONE DELL'ORARIO CORRETTO
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SVEGLIA CON LA RADIO
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SPECIFICHE TECNICHE
Banda FM:
Banda AM:
da 530 a 1600 kHz
230V - 50 Hz
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CLR-2615
RADIO DESPERTADOR DIGITAL AM/FM
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LOCALIZACIÓN DE LOS CONTROLES
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DESPERTADOR CON ALARMA
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ALIMENTACIÓN CA
Banda FM:
Banda AM:
Alimentación:
Bateria memorias
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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LOCALIZAÇÃO DOS CONTROLES
LIGAÇÃO DOS ACESSÓRIOS
LIGAÇÃO AC
ESPECIFICAÇES
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RÁDIO RELÓGIO DIGITAL AM/FM
LOCALIZAÇÃO DOS CONTROLES
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FUNCTION SWITCH (ON/OFF/AUTO)
Controle do VOLUME/BUZZER
Tecla SELECIONAR HORARIO
Tecla ALARME (AL/SET)
Compartimento de Bateria
Tecla ADORMENTAR (SLEEP)
Tecla SELECIONAR MINUTOS
Tecla SELECIONAR HORA
Visor LCD
Tecla SNOOZE
Seletor de ONDAS FM/MW
TUNING CONTROL
Indicaidor ALARME
Saida Auricolare
Entrada LINE-INAudio
Tecla desligar ALARME (OFF)
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ACERTAR A HORA DO DESPERTADOR
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87.5 à 108 MHz
530 à 1600 kHz
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