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user manual
guide de l'utilisateur
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It is important to read this instruction prior to using your new product for the fi rst time.
Nous vous recommandons de lire ce manuel d'instructions avant d'utiliser votre
nouveau produit pour la première fois.
Before you begin
Plugging in for power
2. Connect a 9-volt battery (not sup-
plied) to the connector plug.
AC OUTLET POWER SUPPLY:
120V~60Hz
3. Replace the compartment door.
• The AC power plug is
polarized (one blade is
wider than the other)
Power failure indicator
and only fi ts into AC
When AC power is interrupted
power outlets one way.
(disconnected) for a short period of
If the plug will not go
time, both time and alarm settings
into the outlet completely, turn the
will change (unless battery is
plug over and try to insert it the
installed). After AC power is restored
other way. If it still does not fi t,
(reconnected), the Digital Display
contact a qualifi ed electrician to
will blink to indicate that power was
change the outlet, or use a different
interrupted and you should readjust the
one. Do not attempt to bypass this
time and alarm settings.
safety feature.
• Power is fed to the unit even when
it is not functioning. To cut the
power supply off, the power cable
Alkaline (NEDA 1604A/IEC
must be unplugged.
6LR61) battery is recom-
mended. Carbon-zinc battery
may be used but memory holding
Battery back-up operation
time will be substantially reduced.
• The power failure protection circuit
Memory holding time for a fresh
will not operate unless battery is
alkaline battery is approximately
installed.
8 hours (if radio or alarm are not
• When the battery backup functions,
operated) which should take care
the digital display will not light,
of short, nuisance-type AC power
however, the wake function still
failures. To preserve battery life,
occurs during the power interrup-
the unit should remain plugged
tion if remaining battery power is
into an AC outlet. As the battery
adequate.
gets older, its voltage drops and
• Normal operation will resume after
memory may be lost. Be sure to
AC power is restored so you will not
replace the battery periodically.
have to reset the time or wake.
Battery should be removed if the
unit will be stored for more than
To install the battery:
one month. Leaky battery can
1. Remove battery compartment door
badly damage the clock radio.
(located at the bottom of the radio)
by applying thumb pressure to the
tab on battery door and then lift
the door out and off the cabinet.
Wake function
Turning off alarm
SmartSnooze
TM
To silence the alarm momentarily:
• This operation allows extra sleep
• Press SNOOZE or any one of the
time after the alarm is on. The
SmartSnooze
TM
buttons ( /
/
alarm can be turned off temporarily
). The alarm will sound again when
by pressing SNOOZE or any one of
the snooze period is over. (Read
the SmartSnooze
TM
buttons until the
"SmartSnooze
TM
")
snooze period is over.
• SmartSnooze
TM
buttons include:
To stop the alarm completely:
/
/
/ SNOOZE.
• Press ON/OFF. The alarm will
• Snooze function can be used
activate again at the same time on
repeatedly up to 2 hours. After this,
the following day.
the alarm will turn off until the
next alarm conditions are met.
To disable the wake function
completely:
To set the "quiet" period:
• Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2
1. Press and hold SNOOZE.
repeatedly until no indicator lights
against the wake icons (
/
) on
2. Press
or
to adjust snooze time.
the display.
Release button, then, the "quiet"
period is set.
• The "quiet" period is from 1 minute
to 30 minutes. (The default time is 9
• You can activate the
minutes)
previously set alarm time
• SmartSnooze
TM
will be activated
by pressing the WAKE 1
only when the
/ WAKE 1 /
or WAKE 2 button.
WAKE 2 /
switch is set to
• When AC power is interrupted
and the unit is operating
through the DC backup
batteries, all wake mode will
work with buzzer instead.
FCC information
off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or
This device complies with Part 15 of
more of the following measures:
the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) This
• Reorient or relocate the receiving
device may not cause harmful interfer-
antenna.
ence, and (2) this device must accept
• Increase the separation between the
any interference received, including
equipment and receiver.
interference that may cause undesired
• Connect the equipment into an out-
operation.
let on a circuit different from that
RC05
to which the receiver is connected.
This equipment has been tested and
• Consult the dealer or an experi-
found to comply with the limits for
enced radio/TV technician for help.
a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are
Changes or modifi cations not expressly
designed to provide reasonable protec-
approved by the party responsible for
tion against harmful interference in a
compliance could void the user's author-
residential installation. This equipment
ity to operate the equipment.
generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed
Maufacturer/Responsible Party
and used in accordance with the instruc-
Audiovox Electronics Corp.
tions, may cause harmful interference to
150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, NY 11788
radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particu-
lar installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment
SEE MARKING ON BOTTOM OF PRODUCT
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRICAL
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
General controls
Left view
• + VOL – – adjust volume
• AM/FM – select radio band
• TUNING – adjust radio frequency
Top view
• ON/OFF – turn radio on or off;
cancel the wake function.
/ WAKE 1 / WAKE 2 /
lect setting mode (
WAKE 1 / WAKE 2 : wake setting
mode,
• SNOOZE – quiet the wake alarm or
wake radio temporarily (default: 9
minutes); cancel the sleep function
– decrease value when setting
clock, wake, snooze and sleep
modes.
– increase value when setting
clock, wake, snooze and sleep
modes.
– activate the sleep function.
• WAKE 1 – activate the Wake 1 set-
tings; change wake 1 mode (radio/
tone).
• WAKE 2 – activate the Wake 2 set-
tings; change wake 2 mode (radio/
tone).
Display
• AM – AM time
• 1
– Wake time 1 to tone
• 1
– Wake time 1 to radio
• 2
– Wake time 2 to tone
Indicator
• 2
– Wake time 2 to radio
Sleep function
In sleep mode, the unit will turn off
will turn off when the preset time
automatically after a specifi ed time.
elapses.
To set sleep time:
To cancel the sleep function:
1. Press
. The time display will show
• If you decide to turn off the radio
"0:59" and the radio will turn on.
sooner, press SNOOZE or ON/OFF.
2. While holding
, press
or
to
To view remaining time in sleep
set the time for sleep mode.
mode:
• The time range is from 1 minute
• Press
once.
to 2 hours. (The default time is 59
minutes.)
The last setting in sleep mode
3. Release
and the display will revert
is saved for repeated use.
to the current time.
• You may select radio stations as
usual in sleep mode. The radio
More information
Service information
For your records
This product should be serviced only by
In the event that service should be
.
those specially trained in appropriate
required, you may need the model
servicing techniques. For instructions
number and the serial number. In the
on how to obtain service, refer to the
space below, record the date and place
warranty included in this user manual.
of purchase and the serial number:
Model No.:
Date of Purchase:
Technical information
Place of Purchase:
Product: Clock Radio
Serial No.:
Brand: RCA
Model: RC05
Power Supply: 120V ~ 60Hz
Power Consumption: 4 Watts

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Some of the following information may
not apply to your particular product;
however, as with any electronic product,
precautions should be observed during
handling and use.
• Before using the product, please
follow and adhere to all warnings,
safety and operating instructions
located on the product and in the
user book. Save all instructions for
future reference.
• Do not expose product to rain and
do not use near water; such as, sink,
wet basement, swimming pools, etc.
• Always leave suffi cient space around
the product for ventilation. Do
not place product in or on a bed,
rug, bookcase or cabinet that may
prevent air fl ow through vent open-
ings.
• Do not expose product to extreme
temperatures such as found near
a hot radiator or stove, or in a car
parked in the Summer sun.
• Connect power cord only to AC
power source as marked on the
product.
• Some products employ a polarized
AC line plug (one blade is wider).
This is a safety feature. The plug
will go in the power outlet only
one way. If the plug doesn't go into
the outlet completely, turn the plug
over and put it in the other way. If
it still doesn't fi t, contact a qualifi ed
electrician to change the outlet. Do
not defeat the safety purpose of
the polarized plug.
• Route power cord to prevent it
from being pinched, or walked on,
or melted by a hot stove or radiator.
• To clean cabinet, unplug AC power
Radio
Antennas
AM Antenna – A built-in ferrite rod
antenna eliminates the need for an
outside antenna for AM reception.
Rotating the unit slightly may improve
reception of distant AM stations.
FM Antenna – The power cord acts
as your FM antenna. The power cord
picks up moderate to strong stations
and eliminates the need for an external
antenna in most strong signal areas. Be
– se-
sure the power cord is stretched out to
: lock mode,
its full length. Do not coil or bunch the
cord together. Changing position of the
: clock setting mode)
power cord may improve reception.
Built-In AFC – The Built-In Automatic
Frequency Control (AFC) works only on
FM. It helps to reduce drift on FM recep-
tion and to keep the radio locked in on
the FM station to which it is tuned.
Clock
To set the clock:
1. Slide the
/ WAKE 1 / WAKE 2
/
switch to
to enter the clock
setting mode.
2. Press
or
to set the time.
• Press and hold to decrease or
increase the time value quickly.
• The ":" fl ashes on the display in
clock setting mode.
3. Slide the
/ WAKE 1 / WAKE 2 /
switch to
.
Limited warranty (US)
12 Month Limited Warranty
Applies to RCA Audio/Video
Products
AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORP. (the
Company) warrants to the original retail
purchaser of this product that should this
product or any part thereof, under normal
use and conditions, be proven defective
in material or workmanship within
12 months from the date of original
purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired
or replaced with reconditioned product
(at the Company's option) without charge
for parts and repair labor.
To obtain repair or replacement within
the terms of this Warranty, the product
is to be delivered with proof of warranty
coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale),
specifi cation of defect(s), transportation
prepaid, to the Company at the address
shown below.
This Warranty does not extend to the
elimination of externally generated
static or noise, to correction of antenna
problems, loss/interruptions of broadcast
or internet service, to costs incurred for
installation, removal or reinstallation
of product, to corruptions caused by
computer viruses, spyware or other
malware, to loss of media, files, data
or content, or to damage to tapes,
discs, removable memory devices or
cards, speakers, accessories, computers,
computer peripherals, other media
players, home networks or vehicle
electrical systems.
This Warranty does not apply to any
PLEASE READ AND SAVE THIS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
cord, then use a soft cloth damp-
been spilled into the product; or
ened only with water.
C. The product has been exposed to
rain; or
• Do not place lighted candles, ciga-
rettes, cigars, etc. on the product.
D. The product does not appear
to operate normally or exhibits a
• Unplug AC power cord from outlet
during a lightning storm or when
marked change in performance; or
product is left unused for a long pe-
E. The product has been dropped,
riod of time to prevent damage due
or the cabinet damaged.
to lightning or power line surges.
• When service or repairs are com-
• Care should be taken so that objects
pleted, ask the service technician to
do not fall and liquids do not spill
perform the safety check described
in the service manual and to
into the product.
• Never add accessories that the
confi rm that replacement parts have
the same safety characteristics as
product has not been designed to
accommodate.
the original parts.
• Use only the manufacturer's ap-
• Overloading - Do not overload the
proved mounting instructions and
wall outlets, extension cords or inte-
hardware when installing product.
gral convenience receptacles as this
can result in a risk of fi re or electric
• Do not attempt to disassemble
the cabinet. This product does not
shock.
• IF YOUR PRODUCT OPERATES ON
contain customer serviceable compo-
nents.
BATTERIES, adhere to the follow-
• Do not handle the unit or power
ing precautions:
cord when your hands are wet or
A. Any battery may leak electrolyte
damp
if mixed with a different battery
• Carts and Stands —
type, if inserted incorrectly, or if all
The appliance should
batteries are not replaced at the
]
same time.
be used only with a
cart or stand that is
B. Any battery may leak electrolyte
or explode if disposed of in fi re or
recommended by the
manufacturer.
an attempt is made to charge a bat-
• An appliance and cart combination
tery not intended to be recharged.
should be moved with care. Quick
C. Discard leaky batteries immedi-
stops, excessive force, and uneven
ately. Leaking batteries can cause
skin burns or other personal injury.
surfaces may cause the appliance
and cart combination to overturn.
When discarding batteries, be sure
to dispose of them in the proper
• Damage Requiring Service –This
product should be serviced by quali-
manner, according to provincial and
fi ed service personnel when:
local regulations.
A. The power supply cord or the
plug has been damaged; or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has
Wake function
Turning on/off the Radio
Setting wake time
Press the ON/OFF button on the top
1. Slide the
/ WAKE 1 / WAKE 2 /
of the unit to turn on the radio. Press
switch to select WAKE 1 or
again to turn off the radio.
WAKE 2 setting mode.
2. Press
or
to set the wake time.
Selecting bands
• Press and hold to decrease or
Slide the band switch on the side of
increase the time value quickly.
the unit to select between AM and FM
• The ":" fl ashes on the display in
band.
wake time setting mode.
Tuning to stations
3. Slide the
/ WAKE 1 / WAKE 2 /
switch back to
.
Turn the TUNING knob on the side of
the unit to tune up and down radio
frequency.
Selecting wake source
• Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2
repeatedly to select a wake source
(tone
/ radio
).
• The green indicator lights against the
corresponding wake icon when the
wake source is selected.
• The clock is in 12 hour
format. The AM indicator
lights to show am time.
• The clock time blinks
if it is not set or after power
interruption (without back-up
battery installed).
product or part thereof which, in the
which vary from state to state.
opinion of the Company, has suffered or
been damaged through alteration, improper
How to make a warranty claim:
installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect,
• If your product is capable of storing
accident, or by removal or defacement
content (such as an mp3 player, digital
of the factory serial number/bar code
voice recorder, etc), it is recommended
label(s). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY'S
to make periodic backup copies of
LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS
content stored on the product. If
LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
applicable, before shipping a product,
PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT,
make a back up copy of content or
SHALL THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY EXCEED
data stored on the device. Also, it
THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER
is advisable to remove any personal
FOR THE PRODUCT.
content which you would not want
exposed to others. IT IS LIKELY THAT
This Warranty is in lieu of all other express
CONTENTS AND DATA ON THE DEVICE
warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED
WILL BE LOST DURING SERVICE AND
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
REFORMATTING. AUDIOVOX ACCEPTS
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL
NO LIABILITY FOR LOST CONTENT OR
BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS
DATA, OR FOR THE SECURITY OF ANY
WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR
PERSONAL CONTENT OR DATA ON THE
BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY HEREUNDER
RETURNED DEVICE. Product will be
INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
returned with factory default settings,
MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT
and without any pre-loaded content
WITHIN A PERIOD OF 24 MONTHS FROM
which may have been installed in
DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO
the originally purchased products.
CASE SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE
Consumer will be responsible for
FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
reloading data and content. Consumer
DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR
will be responsible to restore any
ANY OTHER WARRANTY. No person or
personal preference settings.
representative is authorized to assume
• Properly pack your unit. Include
for the Company any liability other than
any remotes, memory cards, cables,
expressed herein in connection with the
etc. which were originally provided
sale of this product.
with the product. However DO NOT
return any removable batteries, even
Some states do not allow limitations on
if batteries were included with the
how long an implied warranty lasts or
original purchase. We recommend
the exclusion or limitation of incidental
using the original carton and packing
or consequential damage so the above
materials.
limitations or exclusions may not apply to
• Include evidence of purchase date
you. This Warranty gives you specifi c legal
such as the bill of sale. Also print your
rights and you may also have other rights
name and address and a description
Important Battery Precautions
• Any battery may present a risk of
fi re, explosion, or chemical burn
if abused. Do not try to charge a
battery that is not intended to be
recharged, do not incinerate, and
do not puncture.
• Non-rechargeable batteries, such as
alkaline batteries, may leak if left in
your product for a long period of
time. Remove the batteries from the
product if you are not going to use
it for a month or more.
• If your product uses more than one
battery, do not mix types and make
sure they are inserted correctly.
Mixing types or inserting incorrectly
may cause them to leak.
• Discard any leaky or deformed bat-
tery immediately. They may cause
skin burns or other personal injury.
• Please help to protect the environ-
ment by recycling or disposing of
batteries according to federal, state,
and local regulations.
The descriptions and characteristics in
this owner's manual are for the purpose
of general reference only and not as a
guarantee. In order to provide you with
the highest quality product, we may
make changes or modifi cations without
prior notice.
Wake to tone
When wake to tone is selected, the
green indicator lights against the
icon.
• The unit equips with GRAD-U-WAKE
feature, the alarm tone volume will
increase gradually to its maximum in
about 30 to 45 seconds.
• If you set SLEEP function with low
volume level before going to bed,
we advise using Wake to tone mode
to wake you up since its volume will
automatically increase.
Wake to radio
When wake to radio is selected, the
green indicator lights against the
icon.
To set wake station:
1. Select radio band.
2. Select desired station.
3. Adjust the volume by + VOL –.
of the defect. Send via standard UPS
or its equivalent to:
Audiovox Electronics Corp.
Attn: Service Department.
150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge N.Y.
11788
1-877-833-3491
• Insure your shipment for loss or
damage. Audiovox accepts no liability
in case of damage or loss en route to
Audiovox.
• Pay any charges billed to you by
the Exchange Center for service not
covered by the warranty.
• A new or refurbished unit will be
shipped to you freight prepaid.
What we will do:
Provide you with a new, or at our option,
a refurbished unit. The exchange unit is
under warranty for the remainder of the
original product's warranty period.
For Canada Customers, please ship
to:
Audiovox Return Centre
c/o Genco
6685 Kennedy Road,
Unit#3, Door 16,
Mississuaga, Ontario
L5T 3A5
Audiovox Electronics Corp.
150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, NY11788
©2009 Audiovox Electronics Corp.
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Marque(s) ® Deposée(s)
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