Sangean RCR-28 Operation & User’s Manual

Operation & User’s Manual for Sangean RCR-28 Clock Radio, Radio (15 pages)

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1105/1105184-rcr28.pdf file (28 Feb 2024)
  • Manufacturer: Sangean
  • Category of Device: Clock Radio, Radio
  • Document: RCR-28, File Type: PDF Operation & User’s Manual
  • Updated: 28-02-2024
  • Count of Pages: 15
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Sangean RCR-28 Clock Radio, Radio PDF Operation & User’s Manual (Updated: Wednesday 28th of February 2024 03:07:33 AM)

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    "Made for iPod," "Made for iPhone," mean that an electronic accessory has been

    designed to connect specically to iPod, iPhone, respectively, and has been certied

    by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the

    operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please

    note that the use of this accessory with iPod, iPhone may affect wireless performance.

    Made for

    ● iPhone 5s

    ● iPhone 5

    ● iPhone 5c

    ● iPhone 6 Plus

    ● iPhone 6

    ● iPod touch (5th generation)

    Please note not all AC adapters are alike.

    The AC adapter that is included with this radio is designed to be used exclusively with

    this device. Do not use an AC adapter that differs from the specifications on the AC

    adapter that is included.

    If an AC adapter is NOT included with your radio and in order not to damage the unit

    and void your warranty, specications for the AC Adapter are stated on the nal page of

    the manual, or please contact Sangean for the correct AC Adapter and specications.

    For customers in the US and Canada, please call 888-726-4326 or 562-941-9900. For

    all other areas, please contact us via [email protected].

    Do not use an AC adapter that does not meet the correct specications.

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    Read these instructions.

    Keep these instructions.

    Heed all warnings.

    Follow all instructions.

    Do not use this apparatus near water.

    Clean only with dry cloth.

    Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s

    instructions.

    Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or

    other apparatus (including ampliers) that produce heat.

    Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized

    plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two

    blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided

    for your safety. If the provided plug does not t into your outlet. Consult an electrician

    for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

    Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,

    convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

    Only use attachments/accessories specied by the manufacturer.

    Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the

    manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution

    when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

    Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of

    time.

    Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the

    apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is

    damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the

    apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally or has

    been dropped.

    To reduce the risks of re or electric shock do not expose this appliance to rain or

    moisture.

    Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects lled with

    liquids, shall be placed on the apparatus.

    Excessive sound levels with ear buds or headphones could impair your hearing.

    Always listen at reasonable levels to avoid hearing loss.

    Your AC Power Adapter should always be in reach in case of an emergency for easy

    disconnecting.

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    For North America users:

    FCC Cautions to the user

    The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for

    compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

    RF exposure statements

    IMPORTANT NOTE:

    To comply with the FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, the antenna(s) used

    for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm

    from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other

    antenna or transmitter. No change to the antenna or the device is permitted. Any change

    to the antenna or the device could result in the device exceeding the RF exposure

    requirements and void user’s authority to operate the device.

    Note:

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital

    device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide

    reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This

    equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed

    and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio

    communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a

    particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television

    reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is

    encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

    ● Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

    ● Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

    ● Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the

    receiver is connected.

    ● Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

    If you radios AC Power Adapter is connected to a Power Strip ensure that it’s

    connected and operating properly.

    Do not expose batteries to excess heat, re, direct sunlight etc.

    Your radio is equipped with the DOE (Department of Energy) new energy saving AC

    Adapter. Sangean suggest that you keep your AC Adapter at least 12 inches away

    from the radio while listening to the AM Band in order to eliminate any interference

    caused by the AC Adapter.

    To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels

    for long periods.

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    Control

    Preset 1 button

    Preset 2 button

    Preset 3 button/Rewind button

    iPod/iPhone dock connector

    Preset 4 button/Play/Pause button

    Preset 5 button/Fast-forward button

    Tuning up/down button

    Standby button/Sleep button

    Time setting button

    Alarm 2 button

    Alarm 1 button

    Display button/Stereo/Mono button

    Source button/Step button

    Snooze/Dimmer button

    Volume up/down button

    LCD display

    Speaker

    FM antenna

    Headphone socket

    Auxiliary input socket

    DC IN socket

    USB socket for iPhone/Smartphone charging

    Backup battery compartment

    LCD display

    Stereo indicator

    Alarm 1 buzzer alarm

    Alarm 1 radio alarm

    Alarm 2 buzzer alarm

    Alarm 2 radio alarm

    Sleep/Snooze indicator

    Preset indicator

    Frequency/Clock display

    Band indicator

    Volume indicator

    PM indicator

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    Using the radio for the rst time

    Using the AC power adaptor

    The AC power adaptor required for this unit should be 7.5 volts DC at 1.5A center pin

    positive.

    Insert the adaptor plug into the DC socket on the rear of the radio.

    Plug the adaptor into a standard electrical outlet.

    The AC adaptor should be disconnected from the main power supply when not in use.

    IMPORTANT:

    The AC Adapter is used as the means of connecting the radio to the power supply. The

    AC Adapter used for this radio must remain accessible during normal use. In order

    to disconnect the radio from the power supply completely, the AC Adapter should be

    removed from the power supply outlet completely.

    Backup battery operation

    1. Remove the battery cover on the bottom of the unit.

    2. Insert two UM-3 (AA size) batteries into the spaces in the compartment.

    3. Take care to ensure all batteries are inserted with correct polarity as shown inside the

    compartment. Replace the battery cover.

    4. When the radio is used as a clock radio or as an alarm, please always keep the

    batteries inserted.

    Note:

    Batteries will only back up preset memories and clock functions during power outage

    and is not intended for normal radio operation.

    Setting the clock

    You can set the clock with either the radio turned on or off.

    After the radio is plugged in properly the display will appear with (- : --). Press the Clock

    set button, then you will hear a beep and the hour digit starts ashing. Select the hour

    by pressing the Tuning up/down button until desired hour is displayed. Press the Clock

    set button again to set the minutes. The minute digit should now be ashing, press the

    Tuning up/down button until the desired minutes are displayed. Press the Clock set

    button again to complete clock setting. The time should display solidly with the colon

    ashing periodically.

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    Radio operation-Manual tuning AM/FM

    1. Fully extend the FM wire antenna located on the rear of your clock radio. Place the

    wire antenna so that it is as straight as possible extending either above or below the

    radio.

    2. Press the Standby button to turn on your radio.

    3. Press the Source button repeatedly to select AM (MW) or FM 1 or 2 frequency band.

    4. Press the Tuning up/down button to change the frequency.

    5. To see the time or frequency on the screen, press the Display button

    Note:

    When your radio has any interference in AM band by its adaptor, please move your

    radio away from its AC adaptor over 30 cm.

    Scan tuning AM/FM

    1. Fully extend the FM wire antenna located on the rear of your clock radio. Place the

    wire antenna so that it is as straight as possible extending either above or below the

    radio.

    2. Press the Standby button to turn on your radio.

    3. Press the Source button repeatedly to select AM (MW) or FM 1 or 2 frequency band.

    4. Press and hold the Tuning up/down button. Your radio will scan in an upwards direction

    (low frequency to high frequency) or downwards direction (high frequency to low

    frequency) and stop automatically when it nds a station with sufcient signal strength.

    Presetting AM/FM stations

    1. Press the Standby button to turn on your radio.

    2. Press the Source button repeatedly to select AM (MW) or FM 1 or 2 frequency band.

    3. Tune into the station that you would like to preset following the steps above.

    4. Press and hold one of preset buttons until the radio beeps, the station frequency will

    be saved into the chosen preset.

    5. Repeat the procedure for the remaining presets. Your radio has 5 presets for each

    frequency band.

    6. The presets can be overwritten by following the above steps.

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    Recalling AM/FM stations

    1. Press the Source button for AM or FM 1 or 2 frequency band

    2. Press and release one of the Preset buttons and the preset number and frequency

    will appear on the display.

    FM stereo/mono

    If the FM radio station being listened to has a weak signal, some hiss may be audible. It is

    possible to reduce this hiss by forcing the radio to play the station in mono rather than stereo.

    Press and hold the Display button to switch to mono. The LCD displays Stereo icon will

    disappear.

    iPod/iPhone docking

    Your radio has an iPod/iPhone dock facility which allows you to play digital audio les

    and video soundtracks held on your iPod/iPhone using the radios speakers.

    Your radio uses the lightning connector developed for use with iPods/iPhone and is

    made for the following models:

    ● Phone 5s

    ● iPhone 5

    ● iPhone 5c

    ● iPhone 6 Plus

    ● iPhone 6

    ● iPod touch (5th generation)

    Important:

    To avoid possible damage to your iPod/iPhone, do not connect an iPod/iPhone which

    are not listed as compatible models above.

    1. Carefully place your iPod/iPhone onto the dock connector.

    2. Press the Standby button to switch on your radio.

    3. To select the iPod mode press the Mode button until “IPod” shows on the display. If

    your iPod/iPhone was previously-played, it will switch on and continue playing from

    where it was previously stopped.

    Note:

    1) Your radio is able to recharge your iPod/iPhone internal battery in all modes. Your

    iPod/iPhone will use its backlight settings as congured. If these need changing, use

    the Settings menu on your iPod/iPhone.

    2) When your iPhone/iPod is placed onto the dock connector, the AM band will become

    disabled.

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    Navigating your iPod/iPhone

    You can only navigate full menus of your iPod/iPhone on the device itself.

    Playing a le on your iPod/iPhone

    1. If your iPod/iPhone was previous playing, when you connect the device to your radio,

    it will continue playing from where was previously stopped

    2. Adjust the volume to the required setting using the Volume control on your radio.

    3. To pause playback press the Play/Pause button. To resume playback press the Play/

    Pause button again.

    4. iPod/iPhone do not have a Stop button (they use the Pause function).

    Search function

    Press and release either the Fast-forward or Rewind buttons to start playing the next or

    previous track.

    Setting the alarm

    There are two alarms which can each be set to wake you to AM/FM radio, iPod or

    buzzer alarm. The alarms may be set while the unit is off or while playing. Ensure that

    the time is set correctly before setting the alarms.

    1. Before setting an alarm ensure the clock time is set. Press and hold any of the Alarm

    button until the radio beeps. You now enter the alarm setting (e.g. Alarm 1 button to

    enter the alarm 1 setting).

    2. The hour setting of alarm 1, for example, will begin to ash. Press the Tuning up/down

    button to select the required alarm hour, and press the current setting alarm button (e.g.

    Alarm 1) to conrm the setting. Press the Tuning up/down button to select the required

    alarm minute, and press the Alarm button to conrm the setting.

    3. Press the Tuning up/down to choose the required alarm type, and then press the Alarm

    button to conrm the setting. The alarm can be set to buzzer ( ), or radio (

    FM, AM or iPod) mode. When the buzzer mode is selected, please go to step 4 directly

    to set alarm volume. When radio mode is selected, the frequency band on the display

    will begin to ash. Press the Tuning up/down button to select the required frequency

    band (i.e. FM1/FM2/AM/iPod). If you choose a radio band (i.e. FM1/FM2/AM), the

    radio frequency on the display will begin to ash. Press the Tuning up/down button or

    the required preset number to adjust the required frequency for the radio alarm. Then

    press the Alarm button to conrm the setting.

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    4. Press the Tuning up/down button to select the required alarm volume and press the

    Alarm button to conrm the setting. Once the alarm is set, it will automatically go off

    the next day at the same time. The alarm has now been set. Symbol for active alarm

    (such as or ) is shown on the display.

    Note:

    1) If the alarm type selected is iPod but your iPod is not docked when the alarm is sounding,

    the buzzer alarm will be used instead.

    2) Alarm radio can only be activated when the unit is powered by an AC adaptor. If not

    (i.e. your radio is disconnected from an AC adaptor, but inserted with back up batteries),

    buzzer alarm (with no Humane Waking System) will be activated instead.

    When the alarm sounds

    When the buzzer alarm activates, the alarm will start softly and gradually increase in

    level. It will sound for 1 minute and silence for 1 minute in repetition for 60 minutes

    unless cancelled. When the other alarm types are set, the radio will sound non-stop at

    the selected time for up to 60 minutes.

    When the radio alarm is activated, the alarm will go off in Humane Waking System (HWS).

    It will increase its volume in increments of 1 from 0 to your set volume.

    To deactivate a sounding alarm, press the Standby button to cancel a sounding alarm.

    Disabling/cancelling alarm setting

    To cancel the alarm setting, press and hold the corresponding alarm button before the

    alarms sound off. The alarm symbol will disappear on the display.

    Snooze function

    When the alarm sounds, press any button other than the Standby button will silence the

    alarm for 5 minutes. will appear on the display.

    To cancel the snooze timer while the alarm is suspended, press the Standby button.

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    Sleep timer - radio auto shut off

    Your radio can be set to turn off automatically after a preset time has elapsed. The

    Sleep Timer setting can be adjusted between 15, 30, 45, 60, 90 and 120 minutes.

    1. Press and hold the Standby button to enter the Sleep Timer setting. Sleep timer icon

    will show on the display.

    2. Keep holding the Standby button and the Sleep Timer options will cycle on the display.

    Stop until the desired Sleep Timer setting appears on the display. The setting will be

    saved and the LCD will return to normal display.

    3. Your radio will switch off automatically after the preset Sleep Timer has elapsed. The

    Sleep Timer icon will show on the display indicating an active Sleep Timer.

    4. To cancel the Sleep Timer function before the preset time has elapsed, simply press

    and release the Standby button to turn off the unit.

    Dimmer control

    The brightness of the display may be adjusted. If you use the unit in the bedroom, you

    may prefer a higher brightness level than the standard setting.

    1. Press and release the Snooze/Dimmer button repeatedly to adjust the brightness

    level of the LCD display. The backlight level will change with 7 different illumination

    levels so that you can see the effect of the change.

    2. Stop when the desired backlight level is selected.

    Software version/Setting tuning step/Time format

    Software version

    The software version display cannot be altered and is just for your reference.

    1. Turn off the radio.

    2. Press and hold the Source button until the software version (e.g. P01) is shown on

    the display.

    FM range setting

    The FM Broadcasting Band tuning range can be different depending on where in the

    world you live in. It may be necessary to adjust the FM range to allow the radio to work

    properly.

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    3. Continue pressing and holding the Source button until you hear a beep. Rotate the

    Tuning up/down button until the FM range setting (e.g. F00) shows on the display.

    Then press the Source button to select the desired FM range. FM range setting is

    then completed.

    The available FM range is as following:

    F00: 87.5-108 MHz (North America) (default) Your radio is pre-set with this tuning

    range, no adjustments are necessary if you live in North America.

    F01: 76-90 MHz(for Japan)

    F02: 64-108 MHz(for Eastern European countries and Russia)

    F03: 76-108 MHz(for some of China area and European countries)

    Setting tuning step

    4. After the FM range setting is completed, FM tuning step setting will ash on the display

    (e.g. FM 100). Press the Tuning up/down button to select the desired FM tuning step

    (50 KHz or 100 KHz) and press the Source button to conrm the setting.

    5. After the conrmation of the FM tuning step, press the Tuning up/down button to select

    the desired AM tuning step (9 kHz or 10 kHz) and press the Source button to conrm

    the setting. (North America use 10 kHz)

    Note:

    Change in the AM tuning step setting will result in the removal of AM presets stored in

    the radio, but is not the case for FM tuning step reset.

    Time format

    6. After the tuning step setting is completed, the display will switch to the Time format

    setting (i.e. 24H or 12H). Press the Tuning up/down button to select the desired time

    format and press the Source button to conrm the setting.

    Auxiliary input socket

    A 3.5mm stereo Auxiliary Input socket is provided on the rear of your radio to permit an

    audio signal to be fed into the unit from an external audio device such as iPod, MP3 or

    CD player.

    1. Repeatedly press and release the Source button until “AUX” is shown.

    2. Connect an external audio source (for example, iPod, MP3 or CD player) to the Auxiliary

    Input socket.

    3. Adjust the volume setting on your iPod, MP3 or CD player to ensure an adequate

    signal level from the player, and then press the Volume up/down button on the radio

    as needed for comfortable listening.

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    Headphone socket

    A 3.5mm headphone socket located on the rear of your radio is provided for use with

    either headphones or an earpiece. Inserting Headphones or ear buds will automatically

    mute the internal speakers.

    Warning:

    Excessive sound levels from ear buds and headphones can cause hearing loss. Always

    listen at reasonable levels to avoid hearing loss.

    USB socket for iPhone/Smartphone charging

    Your radio has a USB socket which is intended only for charging an iPhone or smart

    phone and similar devices. Charge time may vary and in some cases may take longer to

    charge than when using the manufacturers charging unit supplied with the smart phone.

    1. Ensure your radio is switched off.

    2. Connect your smart phone to the USB charging socket on the rear of your radio.

    3. Your iPhone or smart phone will begin to charge.

    4. Once your iPhone or smart phone has fully charged remove the USB cable.

    Important:

    ● The charger may not supply power to some USB devices.

    ● When not using or after charging, remove the USB cable.

    ● Do not connect power source to USB port. Otherwise there is a risk of re. The USB

    port is only intended for charging lower voltage device.

    ● Do not insert a nail, wire, etc. into the USB power supply port. Otherwise a circuit

    short may cause smoke and re.

    ● Do not connect this USB socket with your PC USB port, as it is highly possible that it

    may cause breakdown of the units.

    ● Never use the USB socket in rainy or moist conditions to prevent moisture from

    entering the radio.

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    Specications

    AC Power Adapter Requirements

    DC: 7.5V/1.5A

    Frequency Range

    FM: 87.5 – 108 MHz

    AM(10K): 520 – 1710 KHz

    AM(9K): 522 – 1710 KHz

    Back-up Battery

    2 x1.5V Size "AA"/UM-3/R6

    Circuit Features

    Loudspeaker: SPK 36mm 4Ω 3W

    Output Power: 0.5W+0.5W

    Headphone socket: 3.5mm dia stereo

    Auxiliary socket: 3.5mm dia stereo

    Antenna System FM Wire Antenna/AM Built-in Ferrite Bar

    USB socket: 5V/1A Max.

    Sangean reserves the right to amend the specication without notice.

    If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product

    please note that: Waste electrical products should not be disposed of

    with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with

    your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice. (Waste Electrical and

    Electronic Equipment Directive)

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