Safety Precautions To achieve the utmost in enjoyment and performance, and in order to become familiar with its features, please read this manual carefully before attempting to operate the unit, this will assure you years of faithful, trouble free performance and listening pleasure. Important Notes This safety and operating instruction should be retained for future reference The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled...
Safety Information Some Do’s And Don’ts On the Safe Use Of Equipment This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured. DO read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment.
Table of Contents Instruction ManualSafety Precautions __________________________________ 1 Safety Precautions____________________________________________________ 2 Safety Information ____________________________________________________ 3 Table of Contents_____________________________________________________ 4 Package Content ____________________________________________________ 6 Controls Overview (a) ________________________________________________ 7 Controls Overview (b) ________________________________________________ 8 Turn on the DAB radio _____________________________________________________ 9 Scanning for Radio Stations ________________________________________________ 9 How to Reset the DAB Radio _______________________________________________ 9 How to tune in FM Radio Stations __________________________________________ 10...
Time and Date: __________________________________________________________ 16 Channel and Frequency: _________________________________________________ 16 Signal Information: _______________________________________________________ 16 Signal Error: ______________________________________________________________ 16 Getting Started ______________________________________________________ 17 Switching between DAB, FM, CD, USB, and SD/MMC playback ______________ 17 Playing a CD ________________________________________________________ 18 Playing a SD/MMC __________________________________________________ 20 Playing a USB________________________________________________________ 21 Play and Pause __________________________________________________________ 22 Skip and Search _________________________________________________________ 22...
Turn on the DAB radio Extend the antenna found on the rear of the DAB radio. Press the Standby/on button to switch on your radio. Scanning for Radio Stations For initial use, press the SCAN button. The DAB radio will now scan for DAB stations in your area and store them in memory.
How to tune in FM Radio Stations To listen to FM radio stations switching the DAB radio on and press the FUNCTION button. 1. To change frequency you press and hold the < or > buttons. 2. To search the next active station, press the SCAN button.
Setting DAB/FM Station Presets Your DAB radio can store 10 FM presets and 10 DAB presets. To store the current station: 1. Press the MENU button, and then press the < or > button until PRESET being displayed. 2. Use < or > buttons to select the preset position and then press and hold the SELECT button for 5 sec.
To Show the Signal Strength in DAB mode Press the SELECT button, and the LCD screen display will show a signal bar with the strength of the current station. The indicator on the signal bar shows the minimum acceptable signal level. Note: Stations with signal strength below the minimum signal level will not provide a steady stream of audio.
To change station order 1. Press < or > button until the name of the option is displayed. 2. Press the SELECT button to select your choice. To specify the order in which stations are displayed The top line of the display shows the current selected Station Order (eg. Fav. Station, Alphanumeric, Active Station, Prune stations) and it can be changed.
Dynamic Label Segment (DLS): This is scrolling text information supplied by the DAB station. It may comprise information on music titles or details of the programme and is provided by the broadcaster. Manual Tune: It allows you to manually tune in the DAB station.
Changing the DAB Station Information It is possible to change the information that is displayed on the second line of the display when listening to a DAB station. There are seven types of information available as listed below with examples on the right. To change the information displayed press the INFO button.
Getting Started Switching between DAB, FM, CD, USB, and SD/MMC playback Attention: 1 This DAB radio can play ordinary audio CDs, CD-R, CD-RW discs. It can also playback MP3 or unprotected WMA files from a CD, SD Card or USB device Note: For your CD-R/RW, USB, and SD/MMC devise, make sure backup your data on this device, and then it will be work normally.
Playing a CD This DAB radio can play ordinary audio CDs, CD-R, CD-RW discs. It does can also playback MP3 or WMA files from a CD. 1. Press the FUNCTION button to select CD mode. 2. Open the CD cover. 3.
In STOP mode, the total number of folders and files on the disc are also displayed.
Playing a SD/MMC Note1: Some SD/MMC card may be incompatible. 1. Press the FUNCTION button to select SD mode. 2. Insert the SD/MMC card into the SD card slot. During MP3/WMA playback the screen displays track folder number, track number and elapsed time on the display top line and scrolling file information...
Playing a USB Note 1: For your USB devices, please make sure they are charged before connecting to the unit. Otherwise, it may not be detected. Backup your data on this device, then it will be work normally. Note 2: In all play mode, if the filename is not in English, the international character for MP3/WMA tracks replaced with “-”.
Play and Pause 1. In STOP mode, press button to begin CD playback. 2. During CD playback, press to pause playback. Press again to resume. Skip and Search 1. Single Press (Skip Down) or (Skip Up) once to jump to previous or next track.
Setting the Clock 1. Press the MENU button, choose Set Clock, and press the SELECT button. 2. Press < or > button to set the hour. Press the SELECT button to confirm. 3. Press < or > button to set the minute.
Setting the Alarm 1. Press the ALARM button and then press the < or > button to select Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 settings. Press the SELECT button. 2. The Set Alarm option is being displayed. Press the SELECT button. 3.
4. Press the SELECT button to set the Time. 5. Press the < or > button to set the hour. Press the SELECT button to confirm. 6. Press the < or > button to set the minute. Press the SELECT button to confirm. 7.
10. Press the < or > button to change Alarm days. Once/Daily/Weekday/weekend are available. Press the SELECT button to confirm. 11. Press Alarm or Standby button to deactivate the Alarm function. Note: 1. The Alarm volume level is default to 10 no matter what the volume has been set to.
Snooze Button When alarm time is up, the screen will be highlighted and blinking. 1. Press the SNOOZE button, and turn the alarm off for 9 minutes. 2. SNOOZE icon will be showing on the top left corner of the screen after pressing it.
Setting the Backlight 1. Press the MENU button. Then press the > button to select Set backlight, and press the SELECT button. 2. Press < or > button to set brightness of the LCD display between 1 and 10. Press the SELECT button to confirm.
Specification General: Stereo DAB and FM radio with full Band III reception. CD/SD/USB-MP3/WMA Playback Audio Output: 2W x 2 rms (10% THD) (8ohm) Frequency Ranges: DAB Band III (174 - 240 MHz) FM (87.5 - 108 MHz) Antenna: Wire antenna Input Connectors: DC power socket Output Connectors:...