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GUSR91DAB
DAB Radio With PLL FM Tuner
User Guide

IMPORTANT: Please read all instructions carefully before use and keep for future use

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    GUSR91DABDAB Radio With PLL FM TunerUser Guide IMPORTANT: Please read all instructions carefully before use and keep for future use
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    1 Introduction Thank you for choosing this Grundig DAB Radio with Touch Screen Control Panel. Safety is important Use of any electrical equipment should be undertaken with care. Please read the safety section Not only can it receive DAB radio stations, but
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    2 What’s in the box? Contents 01 Your DAB Radio ........................3 Get going ..................................4 Daily use ...................................5 Trouble Shooting ....................15 Warnings .................................17 DAB
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    Standby BBS Mute Scan Display Preset Mode Menu 10:00:00 23-7-2009 Select/Scroll up/down Volume control knob Standby button BBS button Mute button Scan button Preset button Display button Rod Antenna LCD Display AC Power Socket ON/OFF switch Mode button Menu
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    4 2 Turn the power switch on the rear of the unit to the ON position. 1 Connect the small end of the mains lead to the AC input socket on the rear of the unit.Connect the 3 pin plug to a suitable wall socket. Using Headphones A pair of headphones (not supplied)
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    5 Switching On To turn on the DAB Radio, ensure the power switch on the rear of the unit is set to the ON position. Press the STANDBY button on the touch panel. To turn the DAB Radio off press the STANDBY button again. Progress bar Number of stations found
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    6 03 Daily Use Changing DAB Stations DON’T FORGET! If no new station is selected the DAB Radio will display the currently playing station after 15 seconds. From time to time new DAB stations may be added to the DAB station list. If you wish to see if any
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    7 Changing the DAB Station Information It is possible to change the information 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 to the right. Dynamic
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    8 Using the MENU Control (DAB mode) The MENU control allows you to change some of the system options on your DAB Radio. These options are arranged in a menu structure as shown below. BBC Radio 5 Live RadioText <Manual tune > <DRC > <Full scan
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    9 Using the Menu Press the MENU button to enter the menu. Rotate the SELECT button to scroll through the options described below. Full Scan Press the MENU button to access the menu. Rotate the SELECT button until “Full scan” is displayed. Push the SELECT
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    10 Dynamic Range Control (DRC) DRC adds or removes a degree of compression to compensate for the differences inthe dynamic range between radio stations. For example, a station broadcastingpopular music may have a high level of compression applied since the
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    11 Using the FM Radio If the DAB Radio is in DAB mode, press the MODE button to select FM mode. Automatic Tuning Press the SCAN button to automatically search for the next available station. If the reception is poor, try Manual Tuning (see Manual Tuning
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    12 Changing the FM Station Information It is possible to change the information that is displayed on the second line of the display when listening to a FM station. There are six types of information available as listed below with examples to the right. Radio
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    13 Using the MENU Control (FM mode) The MENU control allows you to change some of the system options on your DAB Radio. These options are arranged in a menu structure as shown below. Press MENU Button <Scan setting > Press MENU Button Press MENU Button
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    14 Using the Menu Press the MENU button to enter the menu. Rotate the SELECT button to scroll through the options described below. Scan Press the MENU button to access the menu. Rotate the SELECT button until “Scan setting” is displayed. Push the SELECT
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    15 G PROBLEM REMEDY POSSIBLE CAUSE No sound The unit does react to operation of any button Poor radio reception Volume not adjusted.Headphones are connected.Mains lead is not correctlyconnected. Microprocessor locked up. Weak radio signalInterference from
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    16 Model Number GUSR91DAB Power Supply AC Input 230 V 50Hz or 6 X "C" (UM-2) batteries Max Power Output 1.2W Max Power Consumption 13W Standby Power Consumption 2W 10% THD Power Output 1W FM section 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz DAB section Band III, 174 MHz
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    17 G WEEE This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EG concerning used electrical and electronic appliances (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment - WEEE). The guideline determines the framework for the return and recycling
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    18 Electrical Information This DAB Radio is supplied with a mains leadfitted with a BS1363/A 13 amp plug. If it is notsuitable for your supply sockets it must be removed and replaced with an appropriate plug. If the plug becomes damaged and/or needs to be
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    19 G The DAB Radio is guaranteed for twelve months from the date of original purchase. If there areany defects due to faulty materials or workmanship, contact the Grundig Helpline. Have yourreceipt of purchase on hand. The guarantee is subject to the following
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    G Helpline 0871 230 1777