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NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE: The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
ATIENTION: The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Pee and iPhone are a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Please read these instructions completely before operating this product and keep them for future reference. Heed all warnings and follow all fnstructione,
a. The apparatus shall no1 be exposed 10 dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on apparatus.
To be completely disconnected from power input, the main plug of the AC/De adapter shall be disconnected from the electrical outlet. c The main plug of the AC/DC adapter should not be obstructed OR should be easily accessed during intended use.
d. The marking information is located at the bottom of apparatus.
e, Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
t. Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventation openings with items, such as newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc.
h. No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
I. The apparatus must not be placed in a built-in installation, such as a closed bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings.
J. Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
k. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Minimum distances of 1 Ocm around the apparatus and AC adapter shall be available for sufficient ventilations.
m. The apparatus and AC adapter should be used in moderate climates.
n. Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery disposal.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
SURGE PROTECTORS: It is recommended to use a surge protector ior AC connection. Lightning and power surges ARE NOT covered under warranty for this product.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
To be completely disconnected from the power input, the main plug of the AC/DC adapter shall be disconnected from the electrical outlet. The main plug of the AC/DC adapter should not be obstructed OR should be easily accessed during intended use. Do not expose the product to dripping or splashing. Do not place liquid filled objects such as vases on the product.
• Insert the small end of the AC adapter into the DC IN 12V jack (located on the rear of the unit).
• Connect the other end to a wall outlet having 240V AC, 50 Hz. Use only the AC adapter supplied with this product.
• The AC adapter supplied with the unit is polarized to help minimize the possibility of electric shock. If the AC plug does not fit into a non polarized AC outlet, do not file or cut the wide blade. It is the user's responsibility to have an electrician replace the obsolete outlet.
• Remove both the DC plug and the AC-IN plug to disconnectthe AC adapter when not in use.
• Only use the supplied AC Adapter which has the following specs: DC 12V Z
REMOTE BATTERY INSTALLATION
1. Remove the battery compartment lid by removing the screw then pressing in on the tab and then sliding the compartment lid out.
2. Install a CR2032 battery, paying attention to the polarity diagram in the compartment (positive side up).
3. Replace the battery compartment lid .
.A BATTERY PRECAUTIONS
Follow these precautions when using batteries in this device:
1. Waming-Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
2. Use only the size and type of batteries specified.
3. Be sure to follow the correct polarity when installing the batteries as indicated in the Battery Compartment. A reversed battery may cause damage to the device.
4. Do not mix different types of batteries together (e.g. Alkaline, Rechargeable and Carbon-zinc) or old batteries with fresh ones.
5. If the device is not to be used for a long period of time, remove the batteries to prevent damage or injury from possible battery leakage.
6; Do not try to recharge a battery not intended to be recharged; it can overheat and rupture.
(Follow battery manufacturer's directions.) .
7. Remove batteries promptly if consumed.
8. Clean the battery contacts and also those of the device prior to battery installation.
iPhone UNIVERSAL DOCKS
• Locate your Phone in the chart below and select the respective Universal Dock (the Universal Dock Number is engraved at the front of the Universal Dock as shown below) to match with your iPhone. Insert the corresponding Universal Dock and your iPhone into the unit.
iPhone Type Memory Universal Dock No.
0 iPhone3GS 410 32G8 No.15
iPhone2G 41016G8 No.12 IMPORTANT! The Universal Dock Number is engraved at the front of the dock. Please refer to the illustration below for the location of the Universal Dock Number.
The two holders provided with this unit are Universal Docks.
INSERTING AN iPod
• Insert the Universal Dock included with your iPod into the iPod compartment G, making sure the tabs are facing front, and slip the tabs into place. Press the rear side of the Universal Dock until it is positioned inside the iPod compartment G.
• Slide the iPod into the Universal Dock.
Gently push down so the connector on the iPod slides onto the connector on this unit.
• The iPod will charge as long as this unit is connected with the AC adapter.
NOTES: If using the iPhone, locate the correct Universal dock, as shown in FIGURE 2.
• When the iPod is connected to this unit,
it will be in the Pause mode. When the iPod is removed, the unit will remain in iPod mode.
• To remove the Universal Dock, insert your finger into the gap in the Universal Dock, then gently pull the Universal Dock out to remove it.
• CHARGING: when the iPod is inserted into the dock, whether this unit is on or off, the iPod's battery will charge until it is full.
• While there is an incoming call for the iPhone, the music will pause. After finishing the call, the music will resume playing.
USING AN iPod WITH THIS UNIT
• With an iPod connected, if the unit is not already on, turn the unit on by pressing the POWER button g. Press the iPod button e to select iPod mode; "iPod" will appear in the display
• You can operate the iPod using its own controls, as per its owner's manual, or you can use the controls on the unit to operate the iPod.
• To Play/Pause the iPod: Press the PLAY/PAUSE (~II) button to start playback on your iPod.
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TO SKIP FORWARD OR BACKWARD ON THE iPod:
• Press the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH (1+1) or (~) button to skip to the beginning of the current track / previous or next track.
TO SEARCH FORWARD OR BACKWARD ON THE iPod:
• Press and hold the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH (1+1) or (~) button to search within the currently-playing track.
ADJUSTING THE MAIN VOLUME AND EQ (EQUALIZER):
• To adjust the main volume press the Volume Up ( + ) ~ or Down ( - ) G) button to increase or decrease the volume.
• To adjust the EQ (Equalizer): Press the EQ button 40 repeatedly to select an EQ option (BASS, MIDDLE or TREBLE).
• With the desired EQ setting on the display, adjust as desired using the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (H<I) or UP (»I) button.
NOTE: After you have adjusted the volume, if you tum the unit off and then on again, the volume level will be set to the level you selected prior to turning the unit off.
• To turn this unit off, press the POWER button g.
• With an iPod inserted, press the REPEAT button fD to cycle through the following iPod Repeat modes: Repeat One (will playback the current track continuously), Repeat All (will playback all tracks on the iPod continuously) or"Repeat Off.
• When the Repeat mode is selected, press the PLAY/PAUSE (~II) button.
NOTE: To cancel Repeat playback, press the REPEAT button fD until the Repeat indicator disappears from the iPod display and the unit's display.
• To randomly play the tracks or albums on the iPod, with an iPod inserted, press the SHUFFLE button (I!>; the Shuffie indicator will appear in both the iPod's display and the unit's display. Press the PLAY/PAUSE (~II) button and random playback will begin.
• To cancel Random playback, press the SHUFFLE button (l!>until the Shuffie indicator disappears from both the iPod's display and the unit's display.
TO DISPLAY SONG INFORMATION
• During iPod playback, the unit display will show the song information for approximately 4 minutes, after that it will return to current time mode. To display the song information again, simply press the iPod button or activate any iPod function (e.g. Play, Pause, change EQ or volume level, etc.)
USING THE FM RADIO
• Turn this unit on by pressing the POWER button 9.
• Press the RADIO button e to select the Radio mode; "RADIO" will appear in the display.
• Repeatedly press the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN(I+4) or UP (~) button to manually advance the frequency in the display up or down until the desired frequency appears.
• For auto tuning, press and hold the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (1+4) or UP (~) button until the frequency in the display starts to scan and then release; the tuner will search and then stop on the next strong station it finds. Repeat this step until the desired frequency appears in the display.
• Refer to the "ADJUSTING THE MAIN VOLUME AND EQ" section on reverse side on how to
adjust the volume and equalizer (EQ).
• To turn this unit off, press the POWER button 9.
• FM: Connect the FM wire to the FM antenna jack~, unravel and extend the FM wire antenna for best reception.
SETTING THE FIVE RADIO PRESETS
• Follow steps 1-4 under 'USING THE FM RADIO' to tune a station.
• Press and hold the desired FM preset number 4» until the Preset number and "PRESET OK" appear on the display. The station will then be stored in this preset.
• Repeat to program up to five Presets, as desired.
NOTE: If there is a station already stored, it will be replaced by the new preset you have selected.
RETRIEVING THE FIVE RADIO PRESETS
• Simply press the desired FM Preset number 4» (1-5) and the station will automatically be tuned. NOTES:
o The preset memories will be erased if the unit is without power (no AC cord/unit is not connected/power failure) for a long period of time.
o If you are in another mode (I.e. CD) and an FM Preset is pressed, the unit will change to FM Radio and tune the preset.
USING A CD WITH THIS UNIT
o Turn this unit on by pressing the POWER button 9.
o Press the CD button e to select the CD mode; the CD indicator will light and "NO DISC" will appear in the display. Gently insert a CD into the CD Compartment with the label side facing up. "TOC READING" will then appear in the display and the CD will automatically start playing.
NOTE: 3 inch singles cannot be used with this unit without an adapter.
o You can also press the PLAY/PAUSE (~II) button to begin playback; the current track and elapsed time will appear in the display.
• When the disc is through playing, it will stop. Press the STOP (. ) button to stop the disc before it is finished.
• During playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE (~II) button to pause playback, and press yet again
to resume playback.
• If a disc is inserted incorrectly, dirty or damaged, "CD ERROR" will appear in the display.
• If the CD is inside the unit and the CD button is pressed to select CD mode, it will playback the music automatically.
o To skip forward or backward on the disc press the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (1+4) or UP (~) button to skip to-the beginning of the current/previous, or next track.
o To search forward or backward on the disc press and hold the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (1+4) or UP (~) button to search within the currently-playing track.
o Press the REPEAT button G) to cycle through the following CD Repeat modes: Repeat All (will playback all tracks on the CD continuously), Repeat One (will playback the current track continuously), or Normal.
o When the Repeat mode is selected, press the PLAY/PAUSE (~II) button.
NOTE: To stop Repeat playback, press the STOP (.) button. To cancel Repeat playback, press the REPEAT button G) until the Repeat indicators disappear from the display.
• To randomly play the tracks, press the SHUFFLE button e; then press the PLAY/PAUSE (~II) button. Random playback will begin and the Shuffle indicator will appear in the display .
• To stop Random playback, press the STOP (.) button. To cancel Random playback, press the SHUFFLE button e; the Shuffle indicator will disappear from the display.
TO SET OR RESET THE TIME
• With the power on, press and hold the TIME SET button ~ until "12" or "24" blinks in the display.
• Press the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (~) or UP (~) button to select 12 or 24 hour mode (also known as military time).
• Press the HR (Hour) button 0; the hour will blink in the display. Press the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (~) or UP (~) button to set the current hour.
• Then press the MIN (Minute) button e; the minutes will blink in the display. Press the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (~) or UP (~) button to set the current minute. Press the TIME SET button ~ again and the time will be set.
• Press the TIME SET ~ button to view the time.
• When setting, press and hold the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (~) or UP (~) button to advance at a faster speed.
TO SET THE SLEEP TIMER
• With the power on, press the SLEEP 0 button; the Sleep time will blink in the display.
• Within a few seconds, press the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (~) or UP (~) button to set the desired sleep time (up to two hours).
• Press the SLEEP 0 button again and the sleep time will be set.
• To view the sleep time, press the SLEEP 0 button; the sleep time will appear for about
NOTE: To cancel the Sleep Timer, press and hold the SLEEP 0 button until "SLEEP ON" or "SLEEP OFF" appears in the display. You can toggle between ON and OFF by pressing the TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (~) or UP (~) button. After "SLEEP OFF" appears, then press the SLEEP 0 button again to cancel the Sleep Timer. The Sleep function is also off when the timer is set to "0:00".
USING THE REMOTE
• The Menu button 0 operates just like the MENU button on the iPod. Press the Menu Up e or Menu Down (9 buttons to move the menu option up or down and the OK button e to select the iPod's display.
NOTE: The iPod menu functions can only be accessed with the remote.
• When using an iPod, press the Backlight e button to turn on the iPod's backlight for a short time.
AUX IN JACK (REAR OF UNIT)
Insert one end of the audio cable (not included) into the LINE OUT jack on your external audio unit and the other end into the AUX IN jack e on the rear of this unit (FIGURE 5.)
• To listen to the external audio unit, turn this unit on using the POWER button e, and turn on the external unit as well. Press the AUX IN button ~ on the main unit, or AUX button e on the remote, to select AUX IN mode; "AUX IN" will appear in the display. The external audio unit's output sound will be heard through this unit's speakers.
If you wish to listen to the iPod in the iPod compartment, press the iPod button 0 on the main unit or the iPod button 0 on the remote, to select iPod mode.
NOTE: If the unit is turned on and in FM/CD/iPod mode, once the external unit is connected, this unit will change to AUX IN mode automatically. Then if you disconnect the external unit from the LINE IN jack, this unit will revert back to FM/CD/iPod mode.
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
1. SLEEP Button
2. DIMMER Button
3. MIN (Minute) Button
4. HR (Hour) Button
5. POWER Button
6. iPod Button
7. iPod Compartment with Connector
(for use with Universal Docks)
8. CD Button
9. Radio Button
10. FM Preset (1-5) Buttons
11. PLAY/PAUSE(~II) Button
12. STOP (.) Button
13. ~eft Speaker
14. REPEAT Button
15. SHUFFLE Button
16. TIME SET Button
17. EO (Equalizer) Button
18. AUX IN Button
19. VOLUME Down ( - ) Button
20. LCD Display
21. Slot Load CD
22. VOLUME Up [ + ) Button
23. CD Eject Button
24. Remote Sensor
25. TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (~)
26. TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH UP (»I)
27. Right Speaker
(See FIGURE 5)
28. FM Antenna Jack
29. AUX IN Jack
30. DC 12V Jack
NOTE: The remote buttons function in the same way as the buttons on the main unit.
A. iPod Button
B. CD Button
C. Menu UP Button
E. OK Button
F. TUNE/SKIP/SEARCH DOWN (H-C)
G. Menu DOWN Button
H. PLAY/PAUSE (~IIJ Button
I. REPEAT Button
J. STOP (.) Button
K. SHUFFLE Button
L. DIMMER Button
M. SLEEP Button
N. FM Preset (1-5) Buttons
O. POWER Button
P. Radio Button O. Menu Button
R. TUNEISKIP/SEARCH UP (»I)
S. Backlight Button
T. VOLUME UP (+) Button
U. VOLUME DOWN ( -) Button
V. EO (Equalizer) Button
PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION
No sound. Volume is set 10 minimum. Increase volume.
Radio: Power is not on. Press the Power button 10 tum the power on.
No sound. Volume is set 10 minimum. Increase volume.
Radio: Station is not tuned properly. Retune the FM broadcast station.
Poor sound. FM: Wire antenna is not extended. Extend FM wire antenna.
iPod mode: Incorrectly connected. Check the connection.
no sound. Not in iPod mode. Press iPod button.
Time reset Unit unplugged for extended time. Plug unit back in and reset clock.
to "12:00". Clock not set. Set the clock.
CD mode: Not in CD mode. Press the CD button to select GO mode.
Poor sound or Disc inserted incorrectly. Reinsert disc correctly.
Dirty or defective disc. Clean or replace disc.
Moisture or condensation on disc. Wipe disc with a clean cloth. SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source Switching adapter With
DC 12V (Genter Positive)
Speaker .. .. 2 x 4 ohms
Output Power.. . 2 x 15 W
Weight .Approx. 3.6kg
Dimensions (WDH) 373mm x 150mm x 155mm
Frequency Range (FM) ..
.. ........ 87.5 -1 08 MHz
Disc Diameter .4.72" (120mm)
Optical Source Semiconductor laser
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
iPhone 3GS / iPhone 3G / iPhone / iPod touch (2nd generation)
iPod nano (5th generation) / iPod nano (4th generation) / iPod classic iPod touch (1st generation) / iPod nano (3rd generation)
iPod nano (2nd generation) / !Pod video (5th generation)
iPod nano (1st generation) / Pod (4th generation) / iPod mini
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