audiovox RC66i

audiovox RC66i manual

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  • The iPod mode icon ( ) lights on
    the display.
    Playback from the iPod/iPhone starts
    automatically.
    If no iPod/iPhone is connected
    in the iPod mode, the unit will
    exit the iPod mode and turn off
    automatically.
    Universal dock for iPod/iPhone
    (push to open or close)
    iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc.
    iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc.,
    registered in the U.S. and other
    countries.
    Apple is not responsible for the
    operation of this device or its
    compliance with safety and regulatory
    standards.
    “Made for iPod” means that an
    electronic accessory has been designed
    to connect specifi cally to iPod and has
    been certifi ed by the developer to meet
    Apple performance standards.
    “Works with iPhone” means that an
    electronic accessory has been designed
    to connect specifi cally to iPhone and has
    been certifi ed by the developer to meet
    Apple performance standards.
    Illustrations contained within this
    publication are for representation only
    and subject to change.
    The descriptions and characteristics
    given in this document are given as
    a general indication and not as a
    guarantee. In order to provide the
    highest quality product possible,
    we reserve the right to make any
    improvement or modifi cation without
    prior notice.
    openings.
    The ventilation should not be
    impeded by covering the ventilation
    openings with items such as
    newspaper, table-cloths, curtains etc.
    Do not place lighted candles,
    cigarettes, cigars, etc. on the
    product.
    AC/DC adaptor is a disconnect
    device. Plug AC/DC adaptor only to
    AC power source as marked on the
    AC/DC adaptor
    Care should be taken so that objects
    do not fall into the product.
    Do not attempt to disassemble
    the cabinet. This product does
    not contain customer serviceable
    components.
    The marking information is located
    at the bottom of apparatus.
    Caution marking is located at
    bottom of apparatus.
    The use of apparatus in moderate
    climates.
    or objects have fallen into the
    apparatus, the apparatus has been
    exposed to rain or moisture, does
    not operate normally, or has been
    dropped.
    • ADDITIONAL SAFETY
    INFORMATION
    In order to disconnect the apparatus
    from the mains completely, the
    mains plug should be disconnected
    from the mains socket outlet
    completely.
    To be completely disconnect the
    power input, the AC/DC adaptor
    of apparatus shall be disconnected
    from the mains.
    The AC/DC adaptor should not be
    obstructed OR should be easily
    accessed during intended use.
    The AC/DC adapter supplied with
    this product is intended to be
    correctly oriented in a vertical or
    oor mount position.
    Do not use unauthorized chargers
    or power adapters. Use only
    chargers that came with your
    product or that is listed in the user’s
    guide.
    Apparatus shall not be exposed to
    dripping or splashing and no objects
    lled with liquids, such as vases,
    shall be placed on the apparatus.
    Always leave suffi cient space around
    the product for ventilation. Do
    not place product in or on a bed,
    rug, in a bookcase or cabinet that
    may prevent air fl ow through vent
    for better reception.
    Station presets
    To store a station as preset:
    1. Tune to a radio station.
    2. Press STORE.
    An available preset location
    (e.g. ) shows on the display.
    3. Press << or >> (or RECALL) to select
    a desired preset location (01 - 20).
    4. Press STORE.
    shows on the display as
    confi rmation.
    You can save up to 20 preset
    stations.
    To recall a preset station:
    1. In radio mode, press RECALL.
    The existing preset station number
    shows on the display.
    2. Press << or >> (or RECALL) to select
    a desired preset station.
    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
    is provided for
    your safety. If
    the provided
    plug does
    not fi 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
    specifi ed by the manufacturer.
    Use only with the cart, stand,
    tripod, bracket, or table specifi ed
    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 qualifi ed
    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
    To listen to the auxiliary player:
    If an auxiliary player (e.g. mp3
    player) is connected, press AUX to
    select AUX mode and start playback
    on your auxiliary player.
    To change or check the remaining
    time in sleep mode:
    • Press SLEEP once to check the
    remaining sleep time. Press SLEEP
    repeatedly to select another sleep
    time.
    To cancel the sleep mode:
    If you decide to turn off the unit
    sooner, press SNOOZE, OFF or press
    SLEEP repeatedly to select “OFF”.
    user manual
    guide de l’utilisateur
    EN/F
    It is important to read this user manual prior to using your new product for the fi rst time.
    Nous vous recommandons de lire ce manuel avant d’utiliser votre nouveau produit
    pour la première fois.
    RC66i
    PLEASE READ AND SAVE THIS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    Before you begin
    General controls
    General controls
    Clock
    Clock
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    Miami
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    Detroit
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    Dallas
    Seattle
    Las Vegas
    Los Angeles
    San Francisco
    Sacramento
    Memphis
    New Orleans
    St. Louis
    Baton
    Rouge
    Salem
    Bismarck
    South Dakota
    Tennessee
    Kentucky
    Nashville
    Frankfort
    Pacific Mountain Central Eastern
    Summer
    Winter
    Winnipeg
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    Regina
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    Territory
    Alberta
    Saskatchewan
    Manitoba
    Ontario
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    Columbia
    Quebec
    Newfoundland
    Northwest Territories
    Nunavut
    Pacific Atlantic
    Hawaii-
    Aleutian
    Alaska
    Mountain Central Eastern
    Summer Winter
    Atlantic
    Puerto Rico
    (AST)
    (EST)(CST)(MST)
    (PST)
    (HST)
    (AKST)
    (AST)
    (EST)(CST)(MST)(PST)
    Canadian time zones
    US time zones
    Radio iPod/iPhone
    Wake function
    Some of the following information may
    not apply to your particular product;
    however, as with any electronic product,
    precautions should be observed during
    handling and use.
    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
    amplifi ers) that produce heat.
    No naked fl ame sources such as
    lighted candles should be placed on
    the apparatus.
    Do not defeat the safety purpose
    Plugging in for power
    Connect the supplied power adapter
    to the unit’s DC jack, and connect to
    a convenient wall outlet.
    This clock can also be powered by 4
    “AA” batteries. Refer to “Operating
    by batteries” section for details.
    Refer to the “Clock” section and
    follow the instructions to get the
    clock time shown correctly with the
    Auto Clock set feature.
    Battery back-up operation
    This clock radio is equipped with a
    memory holding system that can
    be powered with 2 “AA” batteries
    (included and installed). The power
    failure protection circuit will not
    operate unless battery is installed. When
    normal household power is interrupted,
    or AC line cord is unplugged, the
    batteries will power the clock radio to
    keep track of time and alarm settings
    programmed into memory. When the
    battery backup functions, the digital
    display will not light, however, the
    function of alarm still occurs during the
    power interruption if remaining battery
    power is adequate. Normal operation
    will resume after AC power is restored
    so you will not have to reset the time or
    the alarm.
    To install or replace the batteries:
    1. Sliding the lock switch which
    located at the bottom of the clock
    radio to the right.
    2. Apply thumb pressure to the tab
    on battery door and then open the
    door.
    3. Insert or replace 2 AA batteries.
    4. Close the compartment door.
    5. Sliding the lock switch to the left to
    lock.
    It is recommended that you replace
    the batteries every year.
    It is recommended to plug the
    unit for AC power while replacing
    batteries to avoid the loss of clock
    and wake time/mode settings.
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    Power failure indicator
    When AC power is interrupted
    (disconnected) for a short period of
    time, both time and alarm settings
    will change (unless batteries are
    installed). After AC power is restored
    (reconnected), the Digital Display
    will blink to indicate that power was
    Top view
    Setting clock manually
    In case the memory holding batteries
    are accidentally removed, set the clock
    manually as below:
    1. Press SET on the top of the unit
    until the clock setting icon
    ashes on the display.
    2. Press << or >> on the top of the
    unit to set the clock time. The time
    decrements or increments follow by
    a faster rate when you press and
    hold the button.
    The clock setting icon
    ashes
    when you are setting the time. AM
    or PM icon also lights beside the
    time.
    Display brightness
    Press BRIGHTNESS repeatedly to adjust
    the desired brightness level.
    Listening to the radio
    To turn on or off radio:
    1. Press RADIO on the front of the
    unit to turn on the radio.
    The radio mode icon (
    ) lights on
    the display.
    2. Press OFF to turn off the radio, or
    press AUX or iPod to select another
    sound mode.
    To select radio band:
    In radio mode, press RADIO to
    select the radio band (AM/FM).
    The selected radio band icon lights
    on the display.
    To tune frequency:
    • Press << or >>. The selected
    frequency shows on the display.
    Press and hold to automatically
    search for the next available station.
    Antenna
    Built-in AFC
    The Built-in Automatic Frequency
    Control (AFC) works only on FM. It helps
    reducing drift on FM reception and
    keeping the radio locked in on the FM
    station to which it is tuned.
    AM Antenna
    For AM reception, connect the AM
    antenna loop to the back of the radio.
    Stretch out the antenna cord to its
    fullest length and rotate the antenna
    Listening to iPod/iPhone
    To connect iPod/iPhone:
    1. Push the universal dock for iPod/
    iPhone on the front of the unit to
    open it.
    2. Four adapters are supplied. Check
    the table below and use the
    appropriate adapter for your iPod/
    iPhone.
    Models Adapters
    iPhone 4 GB, 8 GB, and
    16 GB
    12
    iPod nano (3rd
    generation) 4 GB and
    8 GB
    13
    iPod touch 14
    iPhone 3G 15
    For the latest iPod/iPhone models,
    please use the adapter provided
    with your iPod/iPhone.
    3. Place the adapter and then your
    iPod/iPhone on the universal dock
    for iPod/iPhone.
    To select iPod/iPhone mode:
    • Press iPod/iPhone on the front of
    the unit to select the iPod mode.
    To control the playback:
    1. During playback, press iPod to
    pause the playback and press again
    to resume.
    2. Press << or >> to skip to the
    previous or next fi le.
    Press and hold << or >> to search
    backward or forward.
    3. Press SHUFFLE to play the fi les in
    random order in the iPod/iPhone.
    Press again to cancel the function
    (shows on the iPod/iPhone display).
    4. Press REPEAT to select a repeat
    playback mode (repeat 1 or repeat
    all). Press REPEAT until no repeat
    mode is selected (shows on the
    iPod/iPhone display) to cancel the
    repeat playback.
    To charge the iPod/iPhone:
    You may charge the battery of your
    iPod/iPhone through the universal
    dock for iPod/iPhone while the unit
    is turned off (standby mode) or in
    the AUX, Radio (FM band only) or
    iPod mode. Charging control should
    be operated on the iPod/iPhone. It
    is not necessary to charge in iPod
    mode, unless you are listening to
    the iPod/iPhone.
    Set wake time
    This unit allows 2 wake times to be set.
    1. Press SET on the top of the unit
    until a WAKE 1 icon ( , or
    ) or a WAKE 2 icon ( , or )
    ashes on the display.
    2. Press << or >> on the top of the
    unit to set the wake time. The time
    decrements or increments follow by
    a faster rate when you press and
    hold the button.
    3. To save and exit the wake setting,
    wait for about 5 seconds or press
    SET until the clock setting icon (
    ) is off and the wake setting icons (
    / / or / / ) are either
    off or stop fl ashing.
    To check the wake time after
    setting, press SET until a WAKE
    1 icon (
    / / ) or WAKE 2
    icon (
    / / ) fl ashes and
    the respective assigned wake time
    shows on the display.
    Select the wake source
    You may be woken up by the alarm,
    radio, or music from iPod/iPhone.
    1. Set a wake time (refer to the above
    instructions).
    If Waking to Alarm (
    , ) is
    selected:
    Wake to Alarm uses GRAD-U-
    WAKE, a gentle increase to the
    maximum alarm tone volume over
    30 to 45 seconds.
    If you set the wake function with
    low volume level before going
    to bed, we advise using Waking
    to Alarm mode to wake you up
    since the volume will automatically
    increase.
    If Waking to RADIO ( , ) is
    selected:
    3. Select a desired wake up radio
    channel (refer to “Listening to the
    radio”). If no wake up channel is
    set, your last listening radio station
    will be selected.
    4. Adjust the volume to your desired
    level.
    5. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
    SmartSnooze
    TM
    This operation allows extra sleep time
    after the wake function is on. The alarm
    will be off by pressing SNOOZE, VOL +,
    VOL –, SLEEP or NAP until the snooze
    period is over. Snooze function can be
    used repeatedly up to 1 hour. After this,
    the wake function will turn off until the
    next day.
    To set the “quiet” period:
    While pressing SNOOZE, press << or
    >> on the top of the unit to set the
    “quiet” period from 1 to 30 minutes
    (default: 9 minutes). Release SNOOZE,
    then the “quiet” period is set.
    Turn off the wake
    function
    To silence the wake function
    momentarily:
    • Press SNOOZE. The alarm will sound
    again when the snooze period is
    over. (refer to “SmartSnooze
    TM
    ”).
    OR
    NAP function
    Sleep function
    In the sleep mode, the radio, iPod or
    AUX mode turns off automatically.
    To set the sleep time:
    1. Press SLEEP repeatedly to cycle
    among the sleep time available
    (90min, 60min, 30min, 15min and
    OFF. Off is the default setting.
    When you fi rst set the sleep time,
    the sleep time is default to 90 min).
    • The icon ashes while selecting.
    2. When the desired sleep time is
    selected, release SLEEP and wait for
    about 5 seconds, the sleep time is
    now set.
    • The icon
    lights on the display.
    To listen to the radio:
    The radio turns on by default. If
    not, press RADIO and select a radio
    station as usual.
    To listen to the iPod/iPhone:
    Press iPod and then press << or >>
    to select a fi le on the iPod/iPhone.
    Playback will be in repeat all fi les
    mode automatically.
    If iPod mode is selected in your last
    sleep mode setting, the iPod/iPhone
    will start to play, instead of the
    radio.
    The radio will be played whenever
    the iPod mode is selected but
    without an iPod/iPhone connected.
    For catnaps up to 2 hours without
    disturbing the regular alarm settings,
    the NAP function wakes you up after a
    short period of time.
    To set the NAP time:
    1. Press NAP repeatedly to cycle
    among the NAP time available
    (10min, 20min, 30min, 60min,
    90min, 120min and OFF. 20min is
    the default setting. When you fi rst
    set the NAP time, the NAP time is
    default to 10 min).
    • The icon NAP ashes while
    selecting.
    2. When the desired NAP time is
    selected, release NAP and wait for
    about 5 seconds, the NAP time is
    now set. The current time shows
    and the icon NAP lights on the
    display.
    Only alarm tone is available in the
    NAP mode.
    To check the remaining NAP time:
    Press NAP once to show briefl y the
    NAP time left.
    To cancel the NAP function:
    Press and hold NAP or press NAP
    repeatedly to select OFF.
    To turn off the NAP alarm:
    • Press NAP or OFF to stop the NAP
    alarm.
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    To select auxiliary mode:
    1. Connect your auxiliary source (e.g.
    mp3 player) to the AUX input jack
    at the back of the unit with an
    audio cable (not supplied).
    2. Press AUX to turn on the unit or to
    switch to listen to AUX from other
    modes.
    The auxiliary mode icon (
    )
    lights on the display.
    Adjust the auxiliary player to mid-
    range volume and adjust the master
    volume on the unit. Do not turn
    the volume of the auxiliary player
    too high as this may affect the
    sound quality. For other playback
    operations, control them on your
    auxiliary player.
    Auxiliary source
    Limited warranty
    12 Month Limited Warranty
    Applies to RCA Audio/Video
    Products
    AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORP. (the
    Company) warrants to the original retail
    purchaser of this product that should
    this product or any part thereof, under
    normal use and conditions, be proven
    defective in material or workmanship
    within 12 months from the date of
    original purchase, such defect(s) will be
    repaired or replaced with reconditioned
    product (at the Company’s option)
    without charge for parts and repair
    labor.
    To obtain repair or replacement
    within the terms of this Warranty, the
    product is to be delivered with proof
    of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill
    of sale), specifi cation of defect(s),
    transportation prepaid, to the Company
    at the address shown below.
    This Warranty does not extend to the
    elimination of externally generated
    static or noise, to correction of
    antenna problems, loss/interruptions of
    broadcast or internet service, to costs
    incurred for installation, removal or
    reinstallation of product, to corruptions
    caused by computer viruses, spyware or
    other malware, to loss of media, fi les,
    data or content, or to damage to tapes,
    discs, removable memory devices or
    cards, speakers, accessories, computers,
    computer peripherals, other media
    players, home networks or vehicle
    electrical systems.
    This Warranty does not apply to any
    product or part thereof which, in the
    opinion of the Company, has suffered
    or been damaged through alteration,
    improper installation, mishandling,
    misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal
    or defacement of the factory serial
    number/bar code label(s). THE EXTENT
    OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER
    THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE
    REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED
    ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE
    COMPANY’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE
    PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER
    FOR THE PRODUCT.
    This Warranty is in lieu of all other
    express warranties or liabilities. ANY
    IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
    ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
    MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED
    TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN
    WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH
    OF ANY WARRANTY HEREUNDER
    INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY
    OF MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE
    BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 24
    MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL
    PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE
    COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY
    CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
    DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR
    ANY OTHER WARRANTY. No person or
    representative is authorized to assume
    for the Company any liability other than
    expressed herein in connection with the
    sale of this product.
    Some states do not allow limitations on
    how long an implied warranty lasts or
    the exclusion or limitation of incidental
    or consequential damage so the above
    limitations or exclusions may not apply
    to you. This Warranty gives you specifi c
    legal rights and you may also have
    other rights which vary from state to
    state.
    How to make a warranty claim:
    If your product is capable of storing
    content (such as an mp3 player,
    digital voice recorder, etc), it is
    recommended to make periodic
    backup copies of content stored
    on the product. If applicable,
    before shipping a product, make
    a back up copy of content or data
    stored on the device. Also, it is
    advisable to remove any personal
    content which you would not want
    exposed to others. IT IS LIKELY
    THAT CONTENTS AND DATA ON
    THE DEVICE WILL BE LOST DURING
    SERVICE AND REFORMATTING.
    AUDIOVOX ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY
    FOR LOST CONTENT OR DATA,
    OR FOR THE SECURITY OF ANY
    PERSONAL CONTENT OR DATA ON
    THE RETURNED DEVICE. Product
    will be returned with factory
    default settings, and without any
    pre-loaded content which may have
    been installed in the originally
    purchased products. Consumer will
    be responsible for reloading data
    and content. Consumer will be
    responsible to restore any personal
    preference settings.
    Properly pack your unit. Include
    any remotes, memory cards, cables,
    etc. which were originally provided
    with the product. However DO NOT
    return any removable batteries,
    even if batteries were included
    with the original purchase. We
    recommend using the original
    carton and packing materials.
    Include evidence of purchase date
    such as the bill of sale. Also print
    your name and address and a
    description of the defect. Send via
    standard UPS or its equivalent to:
    Audiovox Electronics Corp.
    Attn: Service Department.
    150 Marcus Blvd.
    Hauppauge N.Y. 11788
    1-877-833-3491
    Insure your shipment for loss or
    damage. Audiovox accepts no
    liability in case of damage or loss en
    route to Audiovox.
    Pay any charges billed to you by
    the Exchange Center for service not
    Auto clock set
    You do not have to set the clock time as
    a built-in automatic time set system is
    equipped in this clock powered by 2 AA
    batteries (included and installed).
    To get the clock time shown
    correctly:
    1. Plug for power
    Plug in the AC/DC adaptor into an
    AC power outlet.
    2. Select daylight saving
    Press and hold DST on the top of
    the unit to turn on/off in areas
    observing/not observing such time
    change.
    • A confi rmation message
    (on) or
    (off) shows on the
    display when you make a selection.
    3. Select your time zone
    • Press TIME ZONE repeatedly on the
    top of the unit to cycle through the
    time zones (EST > CST > MST > PST
    > AKST > HST > AST > EST...). The
    default time zone is Eastern (EST)
    (refer to the maps on the right).
    Warranty information
    covered by the warranty.
    A new or refurbished unit will be
    shipped to you freight prepaid.
    What we will do:
    Provide you with a new, or at our
    option, a refurbished unit. The
    exchange unit is under warranty for
    the remainder of the original product’s
    warranty period.
    For Canada Customers, please ship
    to:
    Audiovox Return Centre
    c/o Genco
    6685 Kennedy Road,
    Unit#3, Door 16,
    Mississuaga, Ontario
    L5T 3A5
    2. Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 to select
    a wake mode. Corresponding icon
    lights on the front of the unit.
    – Wake 1 by alarm
    – Wake 1 by radio
    – Wake 1 by iPod/iPhone
    – Wake 2 by alarm
    – Wake 2 by radio
    – Wake 2 by iPod/iPhone
    If Waking to iPod/iPhone (
    , ) is
    selected:
    3. Adjust the volume to your desired
    level. The last played fi le on the
    iPod/iPhone will be played when the
    wake function activates.
    4. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
    Note: If there is no iPod/iPhone
    connected, the alarm tone will sound
    instead even if Waking to iPod mode
    is selected.
    To stop the wake function:
    • Press OFF. The alarm will be on
    again the following day at the same
    time.
    OR
    To disable the wake function
    completely:
    • Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2
    repeatedly until no corresponding
    wake indicator ( , , or , ,
    ) shows on the display.
    The selected time zone shows on
    the display briefl y with TIME ZONE
    icon fl ashes on the display.
    Your clock is now set and ready
    for use.
    WARNING: Please avoid playing with
    these buttons after entering the Clock/
    Alarm set mode.
    When the wake
    function activates, the
    corresponding wake
    icon will fl ash until the wake
    function is turned off. The icon
    will then stop fl ashing and keep
    lighting up.
    When the AC/DC adapter is
    disconnected, all wake mode will
    be reverted to alarm tone.
    Front view
    Off
    (standby
    mode)
    Sound source selectionDisplay
    RECALL – Recall preset radio stations
    STORE – Save radio stations as presets
    BRIGHTNESS – Adjust display brightness
    REPEAT – Select repeat playback mode for iPod/iPhone
    SHUFFLE – Select random playback mode for iPod/
    iPhone
    WAKE 1 – Activate or change Wake 1 settings
    WAKE 2 – Activate or change Wake 2 settings
    << or >> – Search radio frequencies; skip or search music
    le in iPod/iPhone; adjust clock time, wake time and
    snooze period
    SET – Enter setting mode for setting clock time, Wake 1
    time or Wake 2 time
    TIME ZONE – Time zone selection (refer to “Clock”)
    DST – Daylight saving time (refer to “Clock”)
    ]
    Portable Cart Warning
    Important battery
    precautions
    Any battery may present a risk of
    re, explosion, or chemical burn
    if abused. Do not try to charge a
    battery that is not intended to be
    recharged, do not incinerate, and
    do not puncture.
    Non-rechargeable batteries, such as
    alkaline batteries, may leak if left in
    your product for a long period of
    time. Remove the batteries from the
    product if you are not going to use
    it for a month or more.
    Battery shall not be exposed to
    excessive heat such as sunshine, fi re
    or the like.
    If your product uses more than one
    battery, do not mix types and make
    sure they are inserted correctly.
    Mixing types or inserting incorrectly
    may cause them to leak.
    Discard any leaky or deformed
    battery immediately. They may
    cause skin burns or other personal
    injury.
    Please help to protect the
    environment by recycling or
    disposing of batteries according to
    federal, state, and local regulations.
    Attention should be drawn to the
    environmental aspects of battery
    disposal.
    CAUTION (For lithium battery)
    Danger of explosion if battery is
    incorrectly replaced. Replace only
    with the same or equivalent type.
    Ecology
    Help protect the environment - we
    recommend that you dispose of used
    batteries by putting them into specially
    designed receptacles.
    For your records
    In the event that service should be
    required, you may need the model
    number and the serial number. In the
    space below, record the date and place
    of purchase and the serial number:
    Model No.:
    Date of Purchase:
    Place of Purchase:
    Serial No.:
    Technical information
    Product: Clock Radio
    Brand: RCA
    Model: RC66i
    Electrical consumption
    SWITCHING ADAPTER POWER SUPPLY:
    AC INPUT: 100 - 240 V ~ 50/60 Hz
    DC OUTPUT: 8 V 1.87 A
    FCC information
    This equipment has been tested and
    found to comply with the limits for
    a Class B digital device, pursuant to
    Part 15 of 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.
    Modifi cations not expressly approved
    by the party responsible for compliance
    could void the user’s authority to
    operate the equipment.
    This Class B digital apparatus
    complies with Canadian ICES-003.
    Cet appareil numérique de la class
    B est conforme à la norme NMB-003
    du Canada.
    interrupted and you should readjust the
    time and alarm settings.
    Operating by batteries
    This clock radio can be powered by 4
    “AA” batteries (not included).
    To install or replace the batteries:
    1. Apply thumb pressure to the tab
    on battery door which located at
    the bottom of the clock radio and
    then lift the door out and off the
    cabinet.
    2. Insert or replace 4 AA batteries.
    3. Replace the compartment door.
    SLEEP – Refer to “Sleep
    function”
    NAP – Refer to “NAP function”
    SNOOZE – Turn off the wake
    function momentarily; turn off
    the sleep function
    VOL – / VOL + – Adjust volume
    Battery Level
    Battery icon
    This clock radio can be powered by
    4 AA batteries (not included). When
    the unit is disconnected from the
    AC power and operates by the 4 AA
    batteries, the battery icon
    will
    be lighted to indicate the unit is
    operating on battery.
    When the unit is reconnected to the
    AC power, the battery icon
    will not be displayed to indicate the
    unit is operating on AC power.
    LCD backlight and touch control
    keys on the front panel will be
    turned on for a while when the
    keys are pressed.
    iPod/iPhone charging is not
    available when operating by
    batteries.
    Low Battery Level
    When the battery level of the 4 AA
    batteries is low, the battery icon
    will be fl ashing as an indication. At the
    same time, the text “
    ” and
    ” will be fl ashing alternatively for
    a while. The Radio, iPod and AUX mode
    cannot be accessed. Replace with new
    batteries to resume opearation.
    When the battery level drops even
    lower, the unit will be shut down.
    AM ANT – Connect to the AM loop
    antenna
    AUX IN – Auxiliary input jack
    DC jack – Connect to the power
    adapter
    AM loop
    antenna socket
    Back view
    Remote control
    iPod/ – Select iPod mode; start or
    pause playback
    AUX – Select AUX mode
    RADIO/BAND – Select RADIO mode;
    select radio band
    REPEAT – Select repeat playback mode
    for iPod/iPhone
    – Adjust display brightness
    SHUFFLE – Select random playback
    mode for iPod/iPhone
    VOL + / - – Adjust volume
    STORE – Save radio stations as presets
    RECALL – Recall preset radio stations
    or /TUNE +/- – Search radio
    frequencies; skip or search music fi le in
    iPod/iPhone; adjust clock time, wake
    time and snooze period
    OFF – Switch to Standby mode
    SLEEP – Refer to “Sleep function”
    SNOOZE – Turn off the wake function
    momentarily; turn off the sleep function
    This unit does not have the
    charging function. The 4 AA
    batteries inserted will not be
    charged.
    Be sure to replace with new
    batteries with the AC power
    connected. Otherwise, the
    memory of time and alarm settings
    may be lost.
    iPod/iPhone charging is not
    available when operating by
    batteries.
    3. To save and exit the clock setting,
    wait for about 5 seconds or press
    SET until the clock setting icon (
    ) is off and the wake setting icons (
    / / or / / ) are either
    off or stop fl ashing.
    Works with:
    iPhone 3GS 16GB, 32GB
    iPhone 3G 8GB, 16GB
    Made for:
    iPod touch 2nd generation 8GB,
    16GB, 32GB, 64GB
    iPod touch 1st generation 8GB,
    16GB, 32GB
    iPod nano 5th generation 8GB
    or 16GB
    iPod nano 4th generation
    (video) 8GB, 16GB
    iPod nano 3rd generation
    (video) 4GB, 8GB
    iPod classic 80GB, 120GB, 160GB
    iPod nano 2nd generation
    (aluminum) 2GB, 4GB, 8GB
    iPod nano 1GB, 2GB or 4GB
    iPod 5th generation (video)
    30GB, 60GB, 80GB
    iPod mini 4GB, 6GB
    iPod 4th generation 20GB, 40GB
    iPod 4th generation (color
    display) 20GB, 30GB, 40GB, 60GB
    v1.0 (1.0.1.0) (EN/F)
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audiovox RC66i specifikationer

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Model RC66i
Produkt Cradle & Dockingstation
EAN 44476069574
Sprog Engelsk
Filtype PDF
Lyd
Lyd-output kanaler 2.0
Udgangseffekt (RMS) -
Frekvensområde -
Porte & Grænseflader
Tilslutning af hovedtelefoner -
Bluetooth
Radio
FM radio
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Visning af ur/dato
Præstation
Kampatibilitet med Apple-docking iPhone, iPod
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