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MAJORITY PEMBROKE Instruction Manual

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    MAJORITY PEMBROKE Internet & Digital Radio PEM-NET-DAB-BLK Instructions Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents What’s In The Box? ���������������������������������������������������� Controls And Functions ���������������������������������������������� Navigation Controls �������������������������������������������������� Instructions Guide ����������������������������������������������������� Basic Operation �������������������������������������������������������� Internet Radio ���������������������������������������������������������� Pre-setting your favourite internet stations �������������� Media Centre ����������������������������������������������������������� FM Radio ������������������������������������������������������������������ DAB / DAB+ Digital Radio ����������������������������������������� Information Centre ��������������������������������������������������...

  • Page 3: What's In The Box

    What’s In The Box? Box Contents 1. Pembroke Internet Radio 2. Remote Control 3. DC-in power supply cable 4. Instruction guide YEAR Watch video tutorials and register your product for a FREE 3-year warranty WARRANTY at

  • Page 4: Controls And Functions

    Controls And Functions Front View / Control Buttons Display Screen Volume Adjustment Dial 6 7 8 9 10 11 Standby Alarm Mode Previous Home 10. Sleep Dimmer 11. Next Favourite 12. Navigation/Select Dial...

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    Controls And Functions Back View / Connections 13. ON/OFF Switch 16. Aux In 14. DC power input 17. USB Charging Port 15. Line Out...

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    Controls And Functions Remote Control Dimmer Sleep Alarm MODE HOME VOL+ VOL- PQRS WXYZ FAV+...

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    Controls And Functions Power On/Off 12. Sleep button Switch the unit between on and Select repeatedly until desired Standby mode sleep timer set on top right of display Dimmer 13. Alarm button Switch between two dimmer settings Select to view and create alarm options Equaliser 14.

  • Page 8: Navigation Controls

    Controls And Functions Navigation Controls Standby button: This should be used to turn your radio on and off. The Standby screen will display the time, date and any settings set such as alarms. To turn off standby, press the Standby button to be taken to the home screen, or last function that you were using before putting into standby.

  • Page 9: Instructions Guide

    Instructions Guide Basic Operation Starting up your internet radio Plug the adaptor connector into the back of the system labelled ‘DC in’ (Ref. 14) and turn the power on from the mains. Switch the button at the back of the radio to ‘ON’ (Ref. 13) to display a ‘Welcome’...

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    Instructions Guide Manual WiFi Set-up If you select YES, you will be able to select your chosen WiFi network and enter WiFi password in the next display screen. Type letters/numbers by scrolling with the select dial (Ref.12) until the correct digit is displayed and click ‘>’ to go to the next digit.

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    Instructions Guide WiFi Connection Complete! Once your WiFi is connected by manually entering your WiFi password or via WPS, you will be taken to the main menu screen and the WiFi signal will appear in white at the top left. Your internet radio is now set up!

  • Page 12: Internet Radio

    Main Menu Screen Internet Radio Go to the main menu screen by selecting ‘Home’ (Ref. 5) and select ‘Internet Radio’ on the display screen by turning the dial and pressing the Select dial (Ref. 12) When in the ‘Internet Radio’ screen there will be multiple options: My Favourite: Your favourite stations will be saved here for easy listening.

  • Page 13: Pre-setting Your Favourite Internet Stations

    Main Menu Screen Pre-setting your favourite internet stations When you have found your desired station, hold down ‘Fav’ (Ref.7) for a few seconds to go to the ‘Add to my Favourites’ screen. Turn the Select dial to choose the preset number and select your option (Ref.12).

  • Page 14: Media Centre

    Both your device and the Pembroke radio will need to be connected to the same WiFi network. Select the device with the Select dial you want to play music or media from on the radio display screen in UPnP settings.

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    Main Menu Screen My Playlist: You can create a playlist of favourite music or media from UPnP. When you are playing the media, press and hold the Select dial from unit or remote control to save it into My Playlist. Access ‘My Playlist’...

  • Page 16: Fm Radio

    Main Menu Screen FM Radio Select ‘FM mode’ on the main display screen with the Select dial (Ref.12). Once selected, the FM mode will start on 87.50MHz. To allow your radio to seek FM stations with the next strongest signal click the ‘>’ button (Ref.11). To go back to stations select ‘<’ (Ref.9) To manually scroll through FM stations, navigate with the Select dial to browse through stations and select an FM number by...

  • Page 17: Dab / Dab+ Digital Radio

    Select ‘DAB/DAB+’ on the main display screen by turning the dial and pressing the Select dial (Ref. 12) On first use of DAB on your Pembroke, your radio will begin scanning for DAB stations and will show ‘Scanning’ on the display screen.

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    Main Menu Screen Pre-setting your favourite DAB/DAB+ stations When you have found your desired station, hold down ‘Fav’ (Ref.7) for a few seconds to go to the ‘Add to my Favourites’ screen. Turn the select dial (Ref.12) to choose the preset number and select your option.

  • Page 19: Information Centre

    Main Menu Screen Information Centre Select ‘Information Centre’ on the main display screen by turning the dial and pressing the Select dial (Ref. 12) Weather Information: To select the weather information for a desired place, first select the continent by using the Select dial to scroll and select.

  • Page 20: Connections

    Main Menu Screen Connections AUX-In Select ‘AUX’ on the main display screen by turning the dial and pressing the Select dial (Ref. 12) Plug an AUX cable into your device and connect cable via AUX-in port (Ref.16) at the back of the radio. Begin playing audio from your device and this should play on the radio when in AUX mode.

  • Page 21: Bluetooth

    Go to your device settings to connect your device to the radio via Bluetooth. The internet radio’s device will display as ‘Majority Pembroke’ . Select this radio to connect and your radio should sound “Connected’” Select your chosen audio on your device and play.

  • Page 22: Configuration Settings

    Settings Configuration Settings Select ‘Configuration’ on the main display screen to browse through a range of display, performance and audio settings. Network Select this for WiFi and network options Wireless Network Configuration On the Network settings, you can set up a Wi-Fi connection by selecting Wireless Network Configuration.

  • Page 23: Date&time: Date And Time Options

    Settings Date&Time: Date and time options Manually setting date and time There is the option to manually set the time and date instead of using auto-detect to set this up. Go to ‘Configuration’ settings and select ‘Date&Time’ by scrolling and selecting with the Select dial (Ref.12). Select ‘Set Date and Time’...

  • Page 24: Alarm Settings

    Alarm Settings Alarm Settings Setting Alarm 1/Alarm 2 To set an alarm on your radio, go to ‘Configuration’ settings and scroll through to select ‘Alarm’ or click the ‘Alarm’ button (Ref.8) After selecting ‘Alarm’ on ‘Configuration’ settings, or the ‘Alarm’ button (Ref.8) on the front of the radio, select Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 and highlight ‘Turn On’...

  • Page 25: Setting The Alarm

    Alarm Settings Setting the Alarm The alarm symbol will now show on the standby display screen. 00:00 Everyday Once 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 Alarm 1 (Turn O ) Turn On Repeat: Everyday Time Turn O Time: 00:00 Alarm 2 (turn O ) NAP Alarm (Turn O ) Sound: Melody 00 : 00...

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    Alarm Settings How to turn off your alarm when sounding When your alarm is sounding, select the ‘Alarm’ button (Ref.8) or ‘Standby’ button (Ref.3) for alarm to stop. If you have set an alarm to sound everyday or more than once, the alarm icon will still remain on the main display screen.

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    Alarm Settings Alarm volume Change alarm volume by using ‘<’ and ‘>’ buttons (Ref. 9/11) to change. Once the correct sound volume has been chosen, wait a few seconds for the radio to automatically take you back to alarm setting options. Please note: the alarm volume set here will be the alarm sounding volume.

  • Page 28: Other Functions

    Functions Other Functions The following options are available in Configuration settings: Timer In ‘Configuration’ settings, select the option for ‘Timer’ and a screen with 00:00 will display. To go up in seconds, click the ‘>’ button (Ref.11). To go down in seconds, click the ‘<’...

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    Functions Software Update Will show here if a software update is available for the radio. If one is available, please select for the update to initiate. Reset to default Select this option to reset your radio and revert all of the settings and presets made.

  • Page 30: Additional Setting Options

    Functions Additional Setting Options Other options: Time display Manage my MediaU Network Date and Time Language Dimmer Display Power management Buffer Weather FM setup Local radio setup Playback setup Device Equaliser Resume when power on...

  • Page 31: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting If the radio does not work properly as desired, please check the following checklist. Maybe it is just a minor problem, you can fix it by yourself. Malfunction Possible causes/measures Check whether the power is switched on or off at the wall.

  • Page 32: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications DC 9V 2A (output) Power Supply FM: 87.5MHz - 108 MHz Mode: DAB: 174 - 240 MHz 1.5 RMS Output Aerial Integral telescopic aerial Dimension (WxHxD) Net Weight Warranty All products come with a standard 12 month warranty. All items must be registered on for the...

  • Page 33: Safety Information

    Safety Information ADDITIONAL WARNINGS 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep these instructions. Instructions are also The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or available for download at splashing and no objects filled with liquid, such as 3. Heed all Warnings vases, shall be places on the apparatus.

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