DENVER DAB+/FM/Bluetooth/Aux-in Radio Instruction Manual

DENVER DAB+/FM/Bluetooth/Aux-in Radio Instruction Manual & troubleshooting

DENVER DAB+/FM/Bluetooth/Aux-in Radio Instruction Manual
DENVER DAB+/FM/Bluetooth/Aux-in Radio Instruction Manual  & troubleshooting 2
DAB-36

CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.

Warning:

  1. Do not install this equipment in a confined or building in space such as a book case or similar unit and remain a well venation conditions at a open site. The verification should not be impeded by converting the verification openings with items such as newspaper table cloths curtains etc.
  2. WARNING: only use attachments accessories specified or provided by the manufacturer (such as the exclusive supply adapter battery etc)
  3. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be expose to dripping or splashing and that objects filled with liquids such as vases shall not be placed on apparatus
  4. WARNING: the batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) shall not be expose to excessive heat such as sunshine or fire.
  5. WARNING: The direct plug-in adapter is used as disconnect device the disconnect device shall remain ready operable

LOCATION OF CONTROLS

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  1. Volume knob
  2. Standby
  3. Scan button
  4. Menu button
  5. Info button
  6. Alarm set button
  7. DAB/FM/AUX/BLUETOOTH
  8. Preset button
  9. 1 (Preset 1)
  10. 2 (Preset 2)
  11. 3 (Preset 3)
  12. Tune/Select knob
  13. LCD display
  14. Speakers
  15. Antenna
  16. Battery compartment
  17. AUX in jack
  18. DC jack

POWER SUPPLY

OPERATING THE UNIT ON AC POWER
  • Insert one end at the supplied power cord to the DC 7.5V IN Jack located at the rear of the unit and the other end into the Wall outlet.
  • When the First time used the cord has to be firmly pushed into the socket if does not work on AC, to try again to be sure for a positive connection.
OPERATING THE UNIT ON BATTERIES
  • To play your unit on batteries, the AC power cord must be disconnected from the player.
  • Unplug the AC power cord from the unit and insert 4 size “C” batteries (not provided) in the compartment.
  • Close the battery compartment door.
  • Note: Check your batteries regularly. Old or discharged batteries should be replaced. If the unit is not to be used for sometime or is being run exclusively on AC electrical current, remove batteries from the battery compartment to avoid leakage.
  • Warning: Before using the unit. Check that the local mains supply is compatible with the Unit Do not plug or unplug the power cable when your hands wet.
  • When planning not to use this unit for long periods of time (i.e. Vacation etc.) disconnect the plug from the wall outlet.
BATTERY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
  • Keep batteries away from children and pets.
  • Insert the batteries observing the proper polarity (+/-). Failure to properly align the battery polarity can cause personal injury and/or property damage.
  • Remove old or discharged batteries from the product. Remove the batteries when the product will not be used for extended periods of time to prevent damage due to rusted or corroded batteries.
  • Never throw batteries into a fire, do not expose batteries to fire or other heat sources.
  • Battery Disposal: Old or discharged batteries must be properly disposed of and recycled in compliance with all applicable laws. For detailed information, contact your local solid waste authority.

Follow the battery manufacturer’s safety, usage, and disposal instructions.

OPERATION

Press the Standby button to turn the unit.

IN DAB MODE
  • Press the DAB/FM/AUX/BT button to select DAB radio mode
  • Auto select : Press the SCAN button, “AUTOTUNE FULL SCAN” will show on the display, and the number of DAB station will shown on the upper right corner, and it will automatically play the first station. Tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to choose the next or previous station.
  • Manual select: Press and hold the TUNE/SELECT knob until the “MANUAL TUNE” icon shown on the display, then tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to choose the station.
  • Note : you many have to wait for the unit to tune in to the new channel.
  • DAB Radio stations presetting:
    To receive the desired DAB station, press and hold the PRESET button, “Preset Empty X” (X is the current program number) will appear on the display, the current program number “X” is flashing on the display
  • Tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to choose your desired program number (1 10) you want stored to. Then press TUNE/SELECT knob to store it.
  • Repeat the same procedures until all the desired radio stations were stored into the program list.
  • Recall the memory, press PRESET button and tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to select the stored radio station as desired. Press the TUNE/SELECT knob to confirm.
  • Please note: You may also recall the memory of Preset 1, Preset 2 and Preset 3 stations by simply press the 1, 2, 3 knob on the unit.
IN FM MODE
  • Press the DAB/FM/AUX/BT button to select FM radio mode, press the SCAN button, when a radio is found, the frequency on display will stop running and start playback automatically.
  • If reception is no good, tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to fine tune. FM radio presetting is same as DAB radio presetting
INFO Button

A. The UNIT has DAB information modes which are shown on the bottom line of the display. Short press the INFO key to see the available types.

  1. Program type
    Displays the type of station content being broadcast e.g. Classic, Pop, News, etc.
  2. Ensemble Freq.
    Displays the DAB station frequency such as 13F 239.200MHz.
  3. Audio Bit Rate
    Displays the data rate in kilo Bits per second and the audio mode e.g.Stereo.
    Ensemble name
    Displays the name of the multiplex to which the Digital1 Network current station belongs.
  4. Signal strength
    Displays the signal strength for the station being listened to.
  5. Time/Date
    Displays current time and date, received off-air.
  6. DLS (Dynamic Link Segment)
    Scrolling text which includes messages such as Artist and track name, phone numbers, program details, etc.

B. The UNIT has six FM information modes which are shown on the bottom line of the display. Short press the INFO/SETUP button to see the available types.

  1. PTY (program type)
    Displays the type of station content being broadcast e.g. Classic, Pop, News, etc.
  2. Signal strength
    Displays the signal strength for the station being listened to.
  3. Time and Date
    Displays current time and date, received off-air.
  4. Station frequency
    Displays the frequency of the station being listened to.
  5. Audio mode
    Displays the current audio mode setting i.e. Auto(Stereo) or Mono.
  6. Radio Text
    Scrolling text which includes messages such as Artist and track name, phone numbers, program details, etc.
ALARM 1 SETTINGS
  • With the UNIT switched ON, or in Standby mode, press the ALARM button until the Alarm1 menu is shown.
  • OFF or ON is flashing to indicate that it can be changed. Tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to ON. Then press TUNE/SELECT knob to confirm
  • The hour digits are now flashing tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to ON. Then press TUNE/SELECT knob to confirm
  • The minutes can now be set, as described above and then short press TUNE/SELECT knob to confirm.
  • Alarm mode: Daily, Weekdays (Monday to Friday), Weekends (Saturday), Once can be selected. Tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to choose the desire alarm mode, press TUNE/SELECT knob to confirm.
  • Alarm source (BEEPER1,BEEPER2, DAB or FM) is now flashing. Tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to choose the desire alarm mode, press TUNE/SELECT knob to confirm to save the setting and exit.
SET THE ALARM 2

With the UNIT switched ON, or in Standby mode, press the ALARM button 2 times until the Alarm2 menu is shown.
(other setting is same as ALARM 1)

SHUT OFF ALARM
  • To cancel the Alarm when it has activated. Press ALARM button or STANDBY button to stop the alarm sound, the alarm will reset for next day.
  • OR the Alarm will automatically switch off after 59 minutes unless cancelled or switched off manually.
TO TURN OFF THE ALARM COMPLETELY
  • Press the ALARM button and while the Alarm settings are still on screen,
  • Tune the TUNE/SELECT knob to choose the desire alarm mode, press TUNE/SELECT knob to confirm.

MENU

During the DAB mode, press the MENU button to get the version of software, e.g. V1.28.

USING THE AUX INPUT
  • Connect the AUX connect wire from the out jack of your Personal Player such as portable MP3 player to the AUX input jack.
  • Press the DAB/FM/AUX/BT button to select AUX mode,
  • Turn on your Personal Player to begin playing, adjust the volume to desire listening level.
IN Bluetooth MODE

Press the DAB/FM/AUX/BT button to select BLUETOOTH mode.

To pair the radio with your phone:

  1. Turn on the Bluetooth function in the phone or tablet. For instructions, see your mobile phone user guide.
  2. Place the phone within 20 cm (8 inches) of the radio.
  3. Please make sure the radio is in BT mode. Choose “DAB-36” on your phone to connect the radio Bluetooth. After connected, your phone will show “Connected”.
  4. Enjoy your music with the radio now!

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