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WARNING
4-199-738-13(1)
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this apparatus to rain or
moisture.
To reduce the risk of fire, do not cover the
ventilation of the apparatus with newspapers,
tablecloths, curtains, etc. And do not place lighted
candles on the apparatus.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing,
and do not place objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, on the apparatus.
Personal Audio
Do not install the appliance in a confined space,
such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.
Do not expose the batteries (battery pack or
Docking System
batteries installed) to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like for a long time.
As the main plug is used to disconnect the unit
from the mains, connect the unit to an easily
accessible AC outlet. Should you notice an
abnormality in the unit, disconnect the main plug
from the AC outlet immediately.
Operating Instructions
The unit is not disconnected from the AC power
source (mains) as long as it is connected to the
wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned
off.
The nameplate and important information
concerning safety are located on the bottom
exterior.
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with the same type.
XDR-DS12iP
Notice for customers: the following
information is only applicable to equipment
sold in countries applying EU directives
The manufacturer of this product is Sony
Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo,
108-0075 Japan. The Authorized Representative
for EMC and product safety is Sony Deutschland
GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart,
Germany. For any service or guarantee matters,
please refer to the addresses given in separate
service or guarantee documents.
No Power No Problem is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
©2010 Sony Corporation
Printed in China
Precautions
 Operate the unit on the power source specified
in "Specifications. "
 Since a strong magnet is used for the speaker,
keep personal credit cards using magnetic coding
or spring-wound watches away from the unit to
prevent possible damage from the magnet.
 Do not leave the unit in a location near a heat
source such as a radiator or airduct, or in a
place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust,
mechanical vibration, or shock.
 Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal
heat build-up. Do not place the unit on a surface
(a rug, a blanket, etc.) or near materials (a
curtain) which might block the ventilation holes.
 Should any solid object or liquid fall into the unit,
unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified
personnel before operating it any further.
 To clean the casing, use a soft cloth dampened
with a mild detergent solution.
 Never touch the wire of the external aerial
during a thunderstorm. Furthermore,
immediately disconnect the AC power cord
from the radio.
NOTES ON LITHIUM BATTERY
 Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to assure a
good contact.
 Be sure to observe the correct polarity when
installing the battery.
 Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers,
otherwise a short-circuit may occur.
This symbol on the product or on its packaging
indicates that this product shall not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be handed over
to the applicable collection point for the recycling
of electrical and electronic equipment. By
ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you
will help prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. The recycling of
materials will help to conserve natural resources.
For more detailed information about recycling of
this product, please contact your local Civic
Office, your household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the product.
Applicable accessory: Remote Commander.
Disposal of waste batteries
No.
(applicable in the European
Union and other European
18
countries with separate
19
collection systems)
20
This symbol on the battery or on the packaging
21
indicates that the battery provided with this
product shall not be treated as household waste.
22
On certain batteries this symbol might be used in
23
combination with a chemical symbol. The
chemical symbols for mercury (Hg) or lead (Pb)
24
are added if the battery contains more than
25
0.0005% mercury or 0.004% lead.
By ensuring these batteries are disposed of
26
correctly, you will help prevent potentially
27
negative consequences for the environment and
human health which could otherwise be caused
28
by inappropriate waste handling of the battery.
29
The recycling of the materials will help to
30
conserve natural resources.
In case of products that for safety, performance or
31
data integrity reasons require a permanent
32
connection with an incorporated battery, this
33
battery should be replaced by qualified service
staff only.
34
To ensure that the battery will be treated properly,
hand over the product at end-of-life to the
35
applicable collection point for the recycling of
36
electrical and electronic equipment.
37
For all other batteries, please view the section on
38
how to remove the battery from the product
safely. Hand the battery over to the applicable
General
collection point for the recycling of waste
Speaker
batteries.
Approx. 5.7 cm (2
For more detailed information about recycling of
Input
this product or battery, please contact your local
AUDIO IN jack (ø 3.5 mm stereo minijack)
Civic Office, your household waste disposal
Power output
service or the shop where you purchased the
3.5 W + 3.5 W (at 10% harmonic distortion)
product.
Power requirements
If you have any questions or problems concerning
230 V AC, 50 Hz
your unit, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
For clock back up: 3V DC, CR2032 battery (1)
Dimensions
Approx. 290.5 mm × 152.0 mm × 139.5 mm (w/h/d)
Features
(11
/
inches × 5
3
8
including projecting parts and controls
 DAB/DAB
+
/FM Tuner
Mass
 Wake or Sleep to iPod/Radio
Approx. 1.7 kg (3 lb 12 oz) including power
 MEGA BASS/MEGA Xpand
supply unit
 Dual Alarm (A/B)
 Brightness control (High/Middle/Low/OFF)
Supplied accessories
 Wireless Remote Commander
Remote commander (1)
 No Power No Problem alarm system to keep
Audio connecting cable (1)
the clock and the alarm operating during a
Universal Dock Adapter for iPhone (1)
power interruption with a CR2032 battery
Universal Dock Adapter for iPhone 3G & iPhone
installed.
3GS (1)
Universal Dock Adapter for iPhone 4
Design and specifications are subject to change
Specifications
without notice.
Compatible iPod/iPhone
Time display
Switching between 12-hour system (default) and
models
24-hour system
Compatible iPod/iPhone models are as follows.
Section for iPod
Update your iPod/iPhone to use the latest
DC out: 5V
software before you use it.
MAX: 500mA
Radio section
Frequency range
Band
Frequency
Channel step
DAB
174.928 MHz -
(Band-III)
239.200 MHz
iPod touch
3rd generation
FM
87.5 MHz -
0.05 MHz
108 MHz
DAB (Band-III) frequency table (MHz)
No.
Channel
Frequency
iPod nano
1
5A
174.928
5th generation
(video camera)
2
5B
176.640
Disposal of Old Electrical &
3
5C
178.352
Electronic Equipment (Applicable
in the European Union and other
4
5D
180.064
European countries with separate
5
6A
181.936
collection systems)
iPod nano
6
6B
183.648
2nd generation
(aluminum)
7
6C
185.360
8
6D
187.072
9
7A
188.928
10
7B
190.640
11
7C
192.352
12
7D
194.064
4th generation
13
8A
195.936
(color display)
14
8B
197.648
15
8C
199.360
16
8D
201.072
17
9A
202.928
iPod mini
To know when to replace the
Channel
Frequency
battery
9B
204.640
When the battery becomes weak, "" appears in
9C
206.352
the display.
9D
208.064
If a power interruption occurs while the battery is
weak, the current time and alarm settings will be
10A
209.936
iPhone 3G
iPhone
erased.
10B
211.648
Replace the battery with a Sony CR2032 lithium
Notes
battery. Use of another battery may cause a fire or
10C
213.360
 In these Operating Instructions, "iPod" is used
explosion.
as a general reference to functions of iPod on an
10D
215.072
iPod or iPhone, unless otherwise specified by
To replace the battery
11A
216.928
the text or illustrations.
1
 The connector of the unit is for sole use with an
11B
218.640
iPod. If you use devices that do not match with
11C
220.352
the connector, connect to the AUDIO IN jack of
this unit with the supplied audio connecting
11D
222.064
cable.
12A
223.936
 Sony cannot accept responsibility in the event
12B
225.648
that data recorded to an iPod is lost or damaged
2
when using an iPod connected to this unit.
12C
227.360
12D
229.072
Troubleshooting
3
13A
230.784
13B
232.496
Should any problem persist after you have made
4
the following checks, consult your nearest Sony
13C
234.208
dealer.
13D
235.776
The clock flashes "AM 12:00" or "0:00" due to
13E
237.488
a power interruption.
Note
13F
239.200
 The battery is low. Replace the battery. Remove
Do not disconnect the plug from the AC outlet,
the old battery and install a new one.
when you replace the battery. Otherwise, the
 Make sure to remove the insulation film of the
calendar, current time, alarm settings and station
backup battery before use.
presets will be erased.
1
/
inches) dia. 6 Ω
4
The alarm of radio, iPod or buzzer does not
sound at the preset alarm time.
 Check that alarm "A" or alarm "B" is properly
displayed.
The alarm of radio or iPod is activated but no
sound comes on at the preset alarm time.
 Check the alarm volume setting.
There is no sound from the iPod.
 Make sure the iPod is securely connected.
/
inches × 5
/
inches)
 Adjust the VOLUME.
15
1
16
2
The iPod cannot be operated with this unit.
 Make sure the iPod is securely connected.
The iPod cannot be charged.
 Make sure the iPod is securely connected.
Preparing the remote
commander
Before using the remote commander for the first
time, remove the insulation film.
To know when to replace the
battery
With normal use, the battery (CR2025) should
last for about six months. When the remote
commander no longer operates the unit, replace
the battery with a new one.
iPod touch
iPod touch
2nd generation
1st generation
iPod nano
CR2025
3rd generation
iPod nano
(video)
4th generation
(video)
Notes
iPod nano
 Do not attempt to charge the battery.
1st generation
iPod
 If you are not going to use the remote
5th generation
(video)
commander for a long time, remove the battery
If the time in the display is
to avoid any damage that may be caused by
leakage and corrosion.
incorrect after the battery is
changed (Reset)
About the backup
Press the reset button with a pointed device. The
battery
reset button is in the small hole located in the
iPod
iPod
iPod classic
4th generation
battery compartment (see Fig. ).
To keep accurate time, this unit contains a
CR2032 battery as a backup power source.
Setting the clock for
The battery keeps the clock and the alarm
operating in the event of a power interruption.
the first time
When the first time after purchase, do the
following.
iPhone 4
iPhone 3GS
1
Remove the insulation film of the backup
battery at the bottom of the unit.
Keep the AC plug connected to the AC
2
Extend the wire aerial fully.
outlet, remove the screw that secures the
3
Plug in the unit.
battery compartment lid at the bottom of
"AM 12:00" and "FRI 01-01-2010" flash for
about 2 seconds, then "Scanning... " appears in
the unit using a screwdriver, and open
the display.
the lid (see Fig. ).
The unit will automatically scan and create a
Remove the old battery and insert a new
list of receivable DAB broadcasts. The services
one in the battery compartment with the
are stored in the list in alphabetical order.
 side facing up (see Fig. ).
Replace the battery compartment lid and
secure it with the screw (see Fig. ).
Press iPod & iPhone , DAB/FM,
When scanning is finished, the unit gets the time
AUDIO IN or SNOOZE/DATE/SLEEP
from the DAB data of the first station received.
OFF to turn "
" off in the display.
The current time appears in the display.
Notes
 If no broadcasts are found by the DAB scan,
"NO STATION FOUND" appears for about
2 seconds, then "AM 12:00" flashes in the
display. The clock cannot be set. In this case, set
the clock manually (see "Setting the clock
manually").
 If the system clock is already running (has been
set manually or synchronized from DAB
before), the system will not try to enter the
DAB function automatically when powering on
the unit.
 The clock time cannot be set via DAB data if it
is within an hour ahead or behind the start or
end of daylight saving time (summer time). In
this case, power on the unit at another time
setting, or set the clock manually (see "Setting
the clock manually").
When daylight saving time
(summer time) begins
This model automatically adjusts for daylight
saving time (summer time).
" " is displayed from the beginning of daylight
saving time (summer time) and disappears at the
end of the daylight saving time (summer time)
automatically.
The daylight saving time (summer time)
adjustment is based on GMT (Greenwich Mean
Time).
Tips
 Daylight saving time (summer time) begins at:
1:00 AM on the final Sunday of March.
 Standard time begins at: 2:00 AM on the final
Sunday of October.
Reset button
To cancel Auto DST/summer time
adjustment during the daylight saving
time (summer time) period
with the  side
The Auto DST/summer time adjustment can be
facing up
canceled.
Press MENU and SELECT
or
to select the
"Auto DST, " and then press ENTER. Press SELECT
or
to select "OFF, " and then press ENTER
again. The " " mark disappears from the display.
The time returns to standard time.
To activate Auto DST/summer time
adjustment again
Press MENU and SELECT
or
to select the
"Auto DST, " and then press ENTER. Press SELECT
or
to select "ON, " and then press ENTER again.
The " " mark appears in the display. The time
returns to summer time.
Setting the clock manually
Do the following if DAB broadcast is not available
(depending on area). The time setting mode by
DAB becomes invalid.
1
Plug in the unit.
2
Press MENU and SELECT
or
to select
"Date & Time, " and then press ENTER.
The year flashes in the display.
3
Press SELECT
or
to set the year, and
then press ENTER.
4
Repeat step 3 to set the month, day, hour
and minute.
The seconds start incrementing from zero.
2
Notes
Press TUNING +
or
(
TUNE +
or
on the
 The clock setting is available in clock state only.
remote)
to turn to the desired service or
(When using radio, iPod or AUDIO IN, press
station.
OFF to set the clock.)
If a selected DAB service has finished
 If you do not press any button for about
broadcasting, sound stops and "NO
1 minute while setting the clock, the clock
SERVICE" appears. In this case, press
setting will be canceled.
TUNING +
TUNE +
 A 100-year calendar (2010 - 2109) is installed in
or
(
or
on the
the unit. When the date is set, the day of the
remote) to select another service.
3
week is automatically displayed.
Adjust volume using VOLUME + or –
MON = Monday, TUE = Tuesday,
(VOL + or – on the remote).
WED = Wednesday, THU = Thursday,
To turn off the radio, press OFF.
FRI = Friday, SAT = Saturday, SUN = Sunday
Note
To change the time format
MENU and TUNING + or – are not available when
You can choose a time format between 12-hour
"Tuning..." is displayed.
system (default) and 24-hour system.
1
Press MENU and SELECT
or
to select
Note on FM usage
The frequency step is set to 0.05 MHz on FM.
"Time Format, " and then press ENTER.
2
Note on DAB usage
Press
SELECT
or
to select the desired time
"NO SERVICE" appears when the selected service
ENTER
format, and then press
.
cannot be received.
The time format toggles between 12-hour
system ("AM 12:00" = midnight) and 24-hour
About the SC (Secondary Component)
system ("0:00" = midnight).
If the selected primary component has a
secondary component, "SC" flashes in the display.
To change the date format
TUNING +
TUNE +
Press
or
(
or
on the
1
Press MENU and SELECT
or
to select
remote) to receive the desired secondary
"Date Format, " and then press ENTER.
component. "SC" lights up while the secondary
2
Press SELECT
or
to select the desired
component is being received.
date format, and then press ENTER.
Note
When the selected secondary component is
To display the year and date when
finished, the unit returns automatically to the
using radio
primary component.
Press SNOOZE/DATE/SLEEP OFF (SNOOZE on
Presetting your favourite
the remote).
services or stations
After a few seconds, the display will change back
to the current service or station automatically.
You can preset up to 10 services in DAB (5 services
in DAB1, 5 services in DAB2) and 10 stations in
FM (5 stations in FM1, 5 stations in FM2).
Setting the brightness
Presetting services or stations
of the display
1
Follow steps 1 to 2 in "Operating the
radio" and manually tune in to the
Four levels of brightness are available by pressing
BRIGHTNESS.
station you want to preset.
2
Press and hold the favourite STATION
SELECT PRESET 1 to 5 button on the
Even if brightness level is set to OFF, it will
unit.
change to Middle while the alarm is sounding.
"PRESET" and the number flash for about
2 seconds in the display, then change to fully
Improving the reception
lit. The service or station is stored.
Notes
DAB Band-III/FM
 To preset another service or station, repeat
Extend the wire aerial fully to increase reception
these steps.
sensitivity.
 To change the preset service or station, tune in
Keep the wire aerial away from AC power cord.
to the desired service or station and repeat steps
Do not bundle the wire aerial and AC power cord
1 and 2. The new service or station will replace
together.
the previous service or station.
For DAB reception, press DISPLAY to show the
signal strength in order to rotate the aerial for
Tuning in to a preset service or station
optimum reception.
1
Press DAB/FM repeatedly to select the
Notes on radio reception
desired band.
 Keep digital music players or mobile phones
2
Press one of the STATION SELECT
away from the aerial, as this may lead to
reception interference.
PRESET buttons on the unit where the
 When you are listening to the radio with an
desired service or station is stored.
iPhone connected to the unit, interference with
When the service or station is not registered,
radio reception may occur.
"PRESET BLANK" appears in the display.
 When you are listening to the radio while
The preset station can also be selected by
charging an iPod, interference with radio
PRESET + or – on the remote.
reception may occur.
3
Adjust the volume using VOLUME + or –
Tip
(VOL + or – on the remote).
If an FM broadcast is noisy, press MENU and
SELECT
or
to select "Mode, " and then press
Notes
ENTER. Press SELECT
or
to select "Mono, " and
 If there are no preset stations, "PRESET
then press ENTER again. "MONO" appears in the
BLANK" will appear when you press PRESET +
display and the radio will play in monaural and
or – on the remote.
the sound will become clearer.
 If there is only one preset station, its preset
number will flash each time you press PRESET
+ or – on the remote.
Operating the radio
Auto preset tuning (FM only)
The unit can receive DAB service and FM stations.
1
Press DAB/FM repeatedly to select the
1
Press DAB/FM repeatedly to select the
FM band.
desired band.
2
Press MENU and SELECT
or
to select
Each press changes the band as follows:
"Auto Preset, " and then press ENTER.
DAB1
DAB2
3
Press SELECT
or
to select "Yes, " and
FM2
FM1
then press ENTER.
FM1 and FM2 or DAB1 and DAB2 are the
The unit automatically presets the available
same frequency bands.
channels for both FM1 and FM2 in order.
If a list of receivable DAB broadcasts has not
Tip
been created when you select DAB1 or DAB2,
"Scanning..." will appear in the display, and
To stop auto preset tuning, press OFF.
the unit starts scanning automatically.
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    GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany. For any service or guarantee matters, please refer to the addresses given in separate service or guarantee documents. No Power No Problem is a trademark of Sony Corporation. ©2010 Sony Corporation Printed in China Precautions  Operate the unit on the power source specified...

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    AUDIO IN jack of this unit with the supplied audio connecting cable.  Sony cannot accept responsibility in the event that data recorded on an iPod is lost or damaged when using an iPod connected to this unit.

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