Hama DIT2000 Digital Hi-Fi Tuner User Manual

Hama DIT2000 Digital Hi-Fi Tuner User Manual

00054821
(DIT2000)
®

THE SMART SOLUTION

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Digital-HiFi-Tuner

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Operating instructions

 

Technical Data

Radio Receiver/
Radio Empfanger

Connectivity/
Verbindungsfahigkeit
Display/

Bildschirm

Encryption/
Verschlisselung

Power input/
Stromeingang

Frequency range/
Frequenzbereich
Sensitivity/
Empfindlichkeit

Power Consumption/
Stromaufnahme

Input & Output/
Anschlisse

Presets/
Favoriten

Codec/
Formate

UI Languages/
UI Sprachen

Package Content/
Verpackungsinhalt

Dimension (WxHxD)/
Grofe (BxHxT)

Weight/
Gewicht

DAB DAB+ FM Internet Spotify
+ + + + +
LAN (10/100), WiFi (b/g/n}, USB (Charge & Play}

3.2” Colour TFT (320×240 px)

WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPS

110-240 V ~ 50-60Hz

DAB/DAB+: FM:

174-240 MHz 87.5-108 MHz

DAB/DAB+: FM:

-97 ~ 99 dBm -105 ~ 109 dBm

Operation/ Standby/

Betrieb ST Bereitschaft aa

Analog Audio output RCA L&R, Analog Audio output 3.5 mm Earphone Jack, Digital Audio
Output Optical & Coaxial, Analog Audio Input 3.5 mm Earphone Jack, LAN Input

DAB/DAB+: FM: Internet:

10 10 10

IR: UPNP/USB Stick: DAB:
MP3, WMA, ADTS MMP3, AAC, WMA, MP2, AAC

FLAC, WAV

English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese,
Spanish, Swedish, Turkish

Manual, Spotify sheet, remote control, AAA batteries/
Bedienungsanleitung, Spotity flyer, Fernbedienung, AAA Batterien

435 x74 x 297 mm

3000 g

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Controls and Displays

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[volume -/+] /
[o]
info]

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[4]

[Pil]
[menu]
[back]
[mode]

[memory]

[enter /
navigate]

Rotate: Volume control
Press: On/off switch

Display additional information

next track/ fast forward
(operating mode:
Spotify Connect, Music player)

previous track/ rewind
(operating mode:
Spotify Connect, Music player)

Start/ Stop playback
(operating mode: Spotify
Connect, Music

player, DAB, FM, Aux in}

3.2” colour display
Direct access to the menu
Back one menu level

Changing operating mode
(Internetradio, Spotify
Connect, Music player, DAB,
FM, Aux in}

List/ save favourites

Rotate:Select
Press:Confirm

Headphone socket
USB connection

Infrared receiver

Cearle

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NTN NTN Cal
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WLAN antenna

Stereo Cinch L/R output
AUX IN socket

AUX OUT socket
Optical output

Coaxial output

LAN connection

DAB/ FM antenna*

Mains power supply

* This radio has a changeable antenna. You can use
an active or passive antenna equipped with a coaxial

connetion.

C: Remote Control

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(IR]
[DAB]

[FM]

[ALARM]

[SLEEP]
[SNOOZE]

[MENU]

[4]

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Navigation
keys

On/off switch
4 Press [volume -/+]/ [O]

Mute

Direct access to operating
mode Internet radio & [mode]

Direct access to operating
mode DAB & [mode]

Direct access to operating
mode FM 4 [mode]

Direct access to operating
mode Aux in & [mode]

Backlight settings

Direct access to operating
mode Music player & [mode]
Changing operating mode
(Internet radio, Spotify
Connect, Music player, DAB,
FM, Aux in} & [mode]

Equaliser settings

Direct access to alarm clock
settings

Snooze settings
Activating Snooze

Direct access to the menu
4 [menu]

previous track (operating
mode: Spotify Connect,
Music player}

next track (operating mode:
Spotify Connect,

Music player}

A Up/ ¥ Down/

<4 Back one menu level
4 [back] /

> Forward/ Confirm

4 Press [enter/navigate]

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[OK]

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Volume keys
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Favourite keys

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[OI
Number keys

[FAVORITES]
[INFO]

Confirm
Press [enter/navigate]

Rewind (operating mode:
Spotify Connect,
Music player)

Fast forward (operating
mode: Spotify Connect,
Music player)

Volume control
~ Rotate [volume -/+]/ ©

Selection from favourites list

Start/ Stop playback
(operating mode: Spotify
Connect, Music player,
Aux in}

Back one menu level & [back]

Direct access to favourites/
Save favourites

List/save favourites

Display additional
information 4 [info]

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1. Explanation of Warning Symbols and Notes……….. 8
2. Package Contents …..0 6.6… ccc eee 8
3. Safety Notes 60… cece eee 8
4. Informations and notes before getting started……… 9
4.1 LAN connection (wired network) ..0..0.0.00.0.000000 000s 9
4.2 WLAN connection (wireless network) …..00.0. 000000008 9
5. Getting started… eee 10

5.1 Remote control. . .

5.2 Radio — Connecting and starting up. . .
5.3. General notes ON USE… eee in]

 

5.4 Initial setup
5.4.1 Setup wizard. .

 

6. Main menu/ modes ……………. 0c. cee ee eeu 13

7. Internet radio 60. eee 14
7.1 Station search
7.1.1 Search by country or region… .
7.1.2 Search by genre
7.1.3 Search by name.
7.1.4 Popular stations
7.1.5 New stations
7.1.6 Local stations
7.2 Podcasts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.2.1 Search by country or region… 2… ee eee eee 16
7.2.2 Search by format (subjects or categories) ………… 16
7.2.3 Search by name… eee eee 16

7.3 Last listened

7.4 Favourites (local). .
7.4.1 Save favourites

 

 

 

B. Spotify. eee 18
9. Music player (UPNP, USB)…………………0008 19
9.1 Playback from external storage media (USB)………….. 19
9.2 Playback from a computer (streaming)…………..000. 20

9.3 Playback from the network — Accessing files using the radio .20
9.4 Playback of playlist
9.5 General playback options

 

 

10.1 Search? Automatic search
10.2 Manual station search
10.3 Station list… 0… eee
10.4 Sort station list
10.5 Slideshow/Station information … .
10.6 Edit station list… 2… eee

10.7 Favourites 2… eee eee 24

 

 

10.7.1 Save favourites .
10.7.2 Access favourites
10.7.3 Management of favourites with the remote control . . .
10.8 DRC (Dynamic Range Control)… 6… eee

 

 

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11.1 Sean setting 0.0… eee ee 25
11.2 Automatic station search… 0… eee 26
11.3 Manual station search… 0… eee 26

 

11.4 Favorites
11.4.1 Save favourites .
11.4.2 Access favourite

 

11.4.3 Management of favourites with the remote control … .26
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12. Auxiliary Input… 0.0. eee 27
WB.Sleep tte eee 27

TA. Alarms… eects
14.1 Alarm settings 0.0.00. eee eee cence teen ee

 

14.2 Activating/ deactivating the alarm

 

14.3 Stopping the alarm/ Snooze function . . .

15. System settings 0.0.0.0… 0. cece eee cece eee 29
TSA Network 2c cence e eee 29
15.1.1 Network wizard 200… eee 29
15.1.2 Wireless network connection (WLAN} ………….. 29
15.1.3 Wired network connection (LAN)…………..0005 31
15.1.4 Manual configuration of network connection……… 31
15.1.5 View settings… 0… ee 32
15.1.6 NetRemote PIN Setup / Smart Radio-App ……….. 32

15.1.7 Network profile
15.1.8 Keep network connected
15.2 Time/ Date 2… eee
15.3 Language
15.4 Factory Reset …
15.5 Software update . ..

 

 

 

 

 

15.6 Setup wizald oo. ect eeeeet eens 34

15.7 Info

15.8 Backlight

15.9 Color theme 2.0… eee 35

15.10 AUX: Auto-Standby .. 0… eee cect eee eee 35
16. UNDOK — everything in the palm of yourhand …… 36

16.1 Interface/layout of the UNDOK home screen…………. 36

16.2 First-time setup of the device with UNDOK………….. 36

16.2.1 Procedure for iOS uses… 0… eee
16.2.2 Procedure for Android users

 

 

16.3 General control of a device or group .
16.4 Creating/managing multi-room groups. .

16.5 Multiroom setup on the radio
16.5.1 General information

16.5.2 Creating a group.
16.5.3 View details …… 39
16.5.4 Add clients to a group.
16.5.5 List current clients. .
16.5.6 Leave group . .
16.5.7 Delete group

 

16.6 Settings and standby 2.2… 0… eee cece eter 40
17. Care and Maintenance ………………….000e 40
18. Warranty Disclaimer ………….. 00.0 c eee eee 40
19. Service and Support ………… 0 cece eee eee 40
20. Recycling Information ……………….ee cee 40

21. Declaration of Conformity…………………008 41

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Operating mode: Aux in

Operating mode:
Internet radio

Operating mode:
Spotify Connect

Operating mode: Music player

Operating mode: DAB

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Operating mode: FM

Menu

Successful LAN connection

Failed LAN connection

Signal strength (WLAN):
bad — very good

No WLAN reception

Signal strength (DAB)
bad — very good

UPnP playback (network)

USB connection

Attention!
> See display for further
information

Application not possible
> See display for further
information

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Application failed
> See display for further
information

Muted

Shared Media Playback

Playback: Pause

Playback: Stop

RDS (Radio Data System)

> Additional station
information available for FM
radio

Playpack: Repeat

Playback: Shuffle >
Random playback

Further input specification
required

> See display for further
information

Application successful

Sleep activated

Alarm 1/2 activated

Stereo

Favourite

Menu structure

MAIN MENU

 

Last listened

SLEEP

SYSTEM SETTINGS

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6 a
Set format

[ No update
Set timezone

Daylight savings

 

language
Factory Reset

Software update
Auto-check settin
Check now

Setup wizard

 

 

 

Info
Backlight
Operation Mode
Standby Mode
Timeout
Backlight
Color theme

Thank you for choosing a Hama product.

Take your time and read the following instructions and
information completely. Please keep these instructions in a
safe place for future reference. If you sell the device, please
pass these operating instructions on to the new owner.

1. Explanation of Warning Symbols and Notes

Risk of electric shock

This symbol indicates product parts energized with a
dangerous voltage of sufficient magnitude to constitute
a tisk of electric shock.

Warning

This symbol is used to indicate safety instructions or to
draw your attention to specific hazards and risks.

Note

This symbol is used to indicate additional information or
important notes.

2. Package Contents

+ DAB+/ FM/ Internet digital Hi-Fl Tuner DIT2000
* Telescopic antenna with coaxial connection

* WLAN antenna

+ Remote Control

+ 2x AAA batteries

* Quick guide/ operation instructions

+ Spotify Connect brochure

3. Safety Notes

+ The product is intended for private, non-commercial use
only.

+ Protect the product from dirt, moisture and overheating
and us it in dry rooms only.

+ As with all electrical devices, this device should be kept
out of the reach of children.

+ Do not drop the product and do not expose it to any
major shocks.

+ Do not operate the product outside the power limits
given in the specifications.

+ Keep the packaging material out of the reach of children
due to the risk of suffocation.

+ Dispose of packaging material immediately according to
locally applicable regulations.

+ Do not modify the device in any way. Doing so voids the
warranty.

Risk of electric shock

Do not open the device or continue to operate it if it
becomes damaged.

Do not use the product if the AC adapter, adapter
cable or power cable is damaged.

Do not attempt to service or repair the product
yourself. Leave any and all service work to qualified
experts.

Warning Batteries

When inserting batteries, note the correct polarity
(+ and – markings} and insert the batteries
accordingly. Failure to do so could result in the
batteries leaking or exploding.

Do not allow children to change batteries without
supervision.

Remove the batteries from products that are not being
used for an extended period.

Do not short-circuit batteries.

Do not charge batteries.

Do not throw batteries in a fire.

Keep batteries out of the reach of children.

Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of a
different type or make.

4. Informations and notes before getting started 4.1 LAN connection (wired network}

* Connect a LAN cable of type RJ45 to a free socket on
your router, switch or access point.

+ Connect the other end of the LAN cable to the RJ45 LAN
socket on the radio.

+ Make sure that the router is on and that you have an
Internet or network connection.

—~ + If you have questions about router configuration,

Gy please consult the operating manual of the router for

o) troubleshooting.

+ A detailed description of how to configure the LAN

connection is given in the Wired network connection
www.hama.com -> 00054821 -> Downloads (LAN) section.

Note

A detailed description of the UNDOK app and
the full scope of functions can be found in our
UNDOK guide at:

4.2 WLAN connection (wireless network}

Note — Optimal reception a / .
+ Ensure that the router is switched on, is functioning

+ This product is equipped with an antenna connection correctly and that there is a connection to the internet.
which allows the use of an active or passive antenna. + Activate the WLAN function of your router.
The antenna is connected with a coaxial F-connector. + Follow your router’s operating instructions as regards the
+ A telescopic antenna that enables DAB, DAB+ and correct functioning of the WLAN connection.
FM reception is included in the delivery, + A detailed description of how to configure the

LAN connection is given in the Wireless network
connection (LAN) section.

+ For best reception, ensure that the antenna is fully
extended and vertical.

* Try various different positions if necessary to get the
best reception.

 

 

 

Network connection/

Preparing the internet connection

You can integrate this radio into a local network and

even access home servers or other authorised resources.
To receive internet radio or access non-local media
(streaming, such as Spotify Connect), the network must be
connected to the internet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note

The LAN connection is less susceptible to faults than a
WLAN connection. That’s why it’s recommended to use
a wired connection between access point (AP) and radio
to ensure an undisturbed reception.

5. Getting started

5.1 Remote control

* Open the battery compartment cover. It is located on the
rear of the remote control.

+ Pull the closing tab back (if present) and lift the cover.
With other models of remote control, it suffices to simply
push the casing in the direction indicated.

A: Closing tab B: Sliding cover

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Insert the batteries provided, paying attention to match the
polarities correctly. The correct polarity is indicated by the
plus and minus symbols in the battery compartment.

5.2 Radio — Connecting and starting up

Connect the network cable to a properly installed and
easily accessible network socket.

The power supply unit is suitable for mains voltages
between 100 and 240 V, and is thus operable on almost
any AC power grid. Please note that a country-specific
adapter may be necessary.

You can find an appropriate selection of Hama products at
www.hama.com.

Note

* Only connect the product to a socket that has been
approved for the device. The electrical socket must
always be easily accessible.

+ When using a mult-socket power strip, make sure
that the sum power draw of all the connected devices
does not exceed its maximum throughput rating.

+ lf you will not be using the product for a long period
of time, disconnect it from mains power.

Once the product has been connected to mains power,
initialisation takes place.
The radio starts up.

To assist you in first-time setup of the radio, a Setup
Wizard is provided.

5.3. General notes on use

Bedienungshinweise

In the following operating instructions, we will focus
on operating the device via the front panel. We will
deal with functions separately that are only available
on the app or the remote control.

The buttons on the remote control — corresponding
to the control buttons on the device (4)- you will find
under Controls and Displays.

[SELECT] and the navigation button on the remote
control correspond to pressing [enter/navigate].

The navigation key <4 on the remote control has the
same function as [back] on the front of the radio.

The navigation keys & / W on the remote control
have the same function as turning [enter/navigate]
on the front of the radio to the left and right.

When a selection among menu items is to be made
(such as YES or NO), the one currently selected has a
light-coloured background fill.

In menus offering a variety of different options (such
as Update and so on), the currently selected option is
marked with *.

Navigation and controls
+ Select among menu items by turning [enter/navigatel.
+ Confirm the selection by pressing [enter/navigate].

This procedure is indicated in these operating instructions
by the following symbols:

selection (navigate) confirmation {enter}

7

Some features can be
accessed by means

of shortcut buttons.
Pressing shortcut buttons
is indicated here by this
symbol.

After pressing a shortcut button, navigate amongst the
menu items using [enter/navigate].

Volume adjustment / mute

+ You can turn the volume up (right) or down (left) by
tuming [volume -/+] /[ eb] accordingly.

+ Press [2X] on the remote control to mute the radio.

+ Press [2X] on the remote control again to reset the
volume at the level you set before mute the radio.

Entering passwords, search terms, and so on

+ Select each successive letter and digit by turning
[enter/navigate] and confirm each selection by pressing
[enter/navigate].

+ To make corrections, select BKSP and confirm. The last
input made is deleted.

+ To cancel input, select CANCEL and confirm.

+ Once your input is complete, select OK and confirm to
finish.

+ Press [info] to jump directly to the BKSP/ OK/ CANCEL
fields.

Additional information

Press [info] to display context-dependent additional
information. The information shown depends on the
operating mode as well as the current selection of radio
station, music file, etc.

[info]

+ Description
Indicates the radio station, the current program,
contents, subjects, etc.

+ Program genre/country
Indicates the genre (music style) and the country or
region of the station.

+ Reliability

+ Bit-Rate
The currently received digital bit rate of the received
station is displayed.

* Codec
Specifies the encoding scheme used to digitise the data
or signal (such as MP3 or WMA).

+ Sampling rate
Specifies the sampling rate, or the frequency with which
the audio signal is polled Sampling-/ Samplerate}, in a
certain period of time.

+ Signal strength
The signal strength of the received station is displayed
via a bar and its length.

+ Today’s date

° Artist

* Album

+ Folder

+ Path
Specifies the directory path at which the file currently
being played back is saved.

Switching on/off / Standby

+ Press [volume -/+] / [ C4 ], to switch the radio on or off
(Standby).

+ To completely switch off the device, disconnect it from
the power supply.

5.4 Initial setup

The Setup Wizard starts up automatically when the radio
is turned on for the first time. The default used language
is English. You can skip the Setup Wizard and start up
anytime in your language.

Set up your desired language as described in 15.3.
Language.

5.4.1 Setup wizard

You can choose between starting the initial setup via Setup
Wizard (YES) and skipping the Setup Wizard (NO).

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YES/NO

Note — Starting up with or without
the setup wizard?

+ We recommend using the setup wizard (YES) to
quickly and easily configure the time, date, internet
connection, etc.

If you wish to skip setup with the setup wizard
anyway, choose NO. All of the settings configured

by the setup wizard can be configured or changed
individually in the System settings menu. Alternatively,
you may restart the setup wizard at any time.

Next, choose YES or NO to define whether the setup
wizard should start automatically next time the radio
is started up. You are in the main menu.

Date/Time
* 12/24 hours format
+ Auto update

+ Update from DAB/ FM
If automatic time and date adjustment is
activated, the device receives time and date
information from the station over the FM/DAB/
DAB+ radio network. This is the best way to
ensure that the clock will run accurately and the
alarm will trigger at the correct time, even after
power outages.
Update from Network
Choose this option to set the time and date
automatically from the internet. Set the timezone
of your current location and, if desired, turn (ON)
automatic adjustment between summer time and
winter time.
No update
The time and date (DD-MM-YYYY) must be set
manually; no automatic calibration takes place.

Keep network connected

This setting is a radio energy-saving function. If this feature
is disabled (NO*), the network module will be switched

off whenever the radio is not actively using the network
connection (such as in standby mode). This means the
radio will not be accessible via the network from your PC,
smartphone or tablet.

You should enable (YES *) this menu item if you want

to use streaming or control functions via the app. This
function is disabled by default.

Network wizard — Configuration of network
connection

Proceed as follows to choose your desired language:

[menu]

 

System settings
Language

Vv

desired language

6. Main menu / modes
Access the main menu as follows:

[menu]

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Main menu

The main menu contains the various operating modes as
well as other options that are explained separately in the
following chapters.

 

7. Internet radio
Note — Reference to a different part of these 8 Spotify
operating instructions. 9, Music player
+ Because this chapter is extensive, please follow the 10. DAB
directions in section 15.1.1. Network wizard — 11. FM
Configuration of internet connection a:
12. Auxiliary Input
Once the network wizard has finished, the setup wizard 13. Sleep
is finished as well. The display shows a message to this 14, Alarms
effect. . . 15. System settings
Press [enter/navigate] to enter the main menu.
13 DQ
Select amongst the available operating modes by
repeatedly pressing [mode].

[mode]

 

7. Internet radio

Note

* If necessary, it is possible to switch providers in order
to make all features and functions of the product
available.

From the main menu or after pressing [mode] repeatedly,
activate Internet radio mode.

[menu]

Fu

Main menu

Internet radio

7.1 Station search
This radio offers various ways to search for stations.

+ Use [enter/navigate] to navigate through each search
function and its options.

* Once you have found a station you like, confirm by
pressing [enter/navigate]. The radio starts playing the
selected station.

7.1.1 Search by country or region

To search for a station by continent, country and region,
proceed as follows:

[menu]

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Station list
stations

v

Location

Once you have restricted the results to a certain country or
region, select a station from the complete list or from a list
sorted by genre.

7.1.2 Search by genre

To search for a station of a certain genre or subject focus,
proceed as follows:

[menu]

= @) Station list
v

stations

Vv

Genre

 

Once you have restricted the results to a certain genre,
select a station from a list of all stations available, or from
a pre-selected list, or from a list sorted by country.

7.1.3 Search by name

If you know the name of the desired station, you can
search for it directly.

[menu]

 

=) Station list
v

stations

Vv

Search stations

Enter the complete name, or a part thereof, in the input
screen and select OK to start the search. You receive a list
of all available stations whose names contain the search
key.

7.1.4 Popular stations

You can find a selection of the most popular stations as
follows:

[menu]

@) Station list
v

stations

Vv

Popular stations

7.1.5 New stations

Stations that have recently been added to the database
can be found as follows:

[menu]

@ Station list
v

stations

v

New stations

7.1.6 Local stations

To search for stations from your own country (the country
in which the radio is currently located), proceed as follows:

[menu]

 

Station list

v

Local <Country>

Note

Replace the <Country> placeholder with the country you
are currently located in.

You can filter this local list by genre, or select a station
from the complete list, or select from a pre-selected list.

7.2 Podcasts

Podcasts are programs on various topics and include,

for example, talk shows, news and much more. Podcasts
can be downloaded from the Internet. There are normally
approximately 10,000 programs available. Similarly to
radio stations, the radio makes it possible to filter a large
number of Podcasts, or to search the entire database for a
matching result.

7.2.1 Search by country or region

To search for a podcast by continent, country and region,
proceed as follows:

[menu]

 

Station list

Podcasts

v

Location

Once you have restricted the results to a certain country or
region, select a station from the complete list or from a list
sorted by genre.

7.2.2 Search by format (subjects or categories)

To search for a podcast by continent, country and region,
proceed as follows:

[menu]

 

Station list

Podcasts

Vv

Genre

7.2.3 Search by name

If you know the name of the desired Podcasts, you can
search for it directly.

[menu]

me) Station list
v

Podcasts

Search podcasts

Enter the complete name, or a part thereof, in the input
screen and select OK to start the search. You receive a list
of all available Podcasts whose names contain the search
key.

7.3 Last listened

The radio saves the last stations and podcasts listened to in
their own list. To access the list, proceed as follows:

[menu]

 

Last listened

7.4 Favourites {local}

You can save up to 10 of your favourite stations for quick
and direct access.

7.4.1 Save favourites

+ Set the station that you would like to save as a favourite
station preset.

+ If the station is received, press and hold [memory] on
front of the radio.

[memory]

 

An overview window with the station presets should open

after approx. 2 seconds.

* You can switch between the station presets (1 to 10) by
turning [enter/navigate].

+ Press [enter/navigate] to save the station on the
desired station preset.

7.4.2 Access favourites

Press [memory] to open the overview window with the list
of saved stations.

[memory]

 

Use [enter/navigate] to select one of your favourites.

Note

Favourites cannot be deleted.

If all 10 station memory slots are filled and you wish to
save a new station, choose one of the occupied slots.
The station in this slot will be overwritten with the new
station.

7.4.3 Management of favourites with
the remote control

Favorites 1-10
The remote control enclosed has number keys 1-10. A
favourite can be assigned to each of these number key.
* To save a favourite, press and hold the corresponding
number key on the remote control (approx. 3 seconds).
* The radio confirms that the favourite has been saved by
displaying Preset stored.
* To call up a favourite, briefly press the corresponding
number key on the remote control.

Favourites 1-10 (alternative to number keys)

+ Press and hold [PRESET] approx. 3 seconds to save a
station on one of the 1-10 favourite stations presets.

+ An overview window with the station presets should
open after approx. 2 seconds.

+ You can switch between the station presets (1-10} by
pressing the navigations keys [A] /[¥] (by turning
[enter/navigate)).

+ Press [SELECT] ([enter/navigate]} to save the station
on the desired station preset.

* To call up a favourite, briefly press [PRESET], select the
desired station preset by pressing the navigation keys
[A]/[¥] (by turning [enter/navigate]) and confirm
the selection by pressing [SELECT] ([enter/navigate]}.

8. Spotify Use:
Spotify Connect gives you access to millions of songs. You —* |? the Spotify app, start playback of a playlist or title as

can listen to them on your radio, on the go using your usual. / oo
smartphone, or at your PC. * The usual playback information is displayed, such as the
‘ album cover, title, etc.

Requirements: + At the bottom edge of the screen, the Spotify Connect
+ You must have the Spotify app installed on your Android logo IB is shown next to Available devices.

or iOS device. =
+ It can be downloaded from the Play Store or the Apple ar ia)

App Store. Once the app is installed, start it and log into me

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your account (or, if you do not have an account, register Wah coer:
a new one}.

* You will require a Spotify Premium account (see www.
spotity.de for more information).

+ The radio must be on the same network as the Android
or iOS device with the Spotify app installed.

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Playback display

+ Choose @ Available devices to access an overview of
all devices available on the network.

+ Select the radio. The audio is now played back on the
radio.

 

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Once the connection has been established, the Spotify
Connect logo J and the device designation are displayed
in green.

After successful initial connection:
From the main menu or after pressing [mode] repeatedly,
activate Spotify (Spotify Connect) mode.

[menu]

 

Main menu

Spotify

+ Press [enter/navigate] (or [Pll] on the remote control}
to begin playback.

+ Alternatively, you can control the radio (skip to a different
title, adjust the volume, etc.) using the remote control,
the Smart Radio app, or the Spotify app.

9. Music player (UPNP, USB)

This operating mode enables the playback of MP3, WMA
or FIAC files that are saved on a PC, data storage medium
or the local network.

From the main menu or after pressing [mode] repeatedly,
activate Music player mode.

[menu]

Main menu

Vv

Music player

9.1 Playback from external storage media (USB)

+ Insert a storage device (such as a USB stick) into the USB
port of the radio.

+ The storage medium should be formatted as a FAT16 or
FAT32 volume.

* The radio recognises the storage medium automatically.

* When the radio asks whether to open the connected
storage device, confirm by selecting YES.

* The files and folders saved on the storage medium are
displayed. Use [enter/navigate] to choose the desired
file and begin playback

Alternatively, if the storage medium is already connected,
choose the desired file for playback as follows:

[menu]

@)

Music player

v
USB playback

9.2 Playback from a computer (streaming)

You can manage the radio and stream music to it from your
computer.

The following explanation assumes your computer’s
operating system is Windows 8. If you use a different
operating system and require assistance, or if you have
any other questions, please contact our customer support
team.

Requirements:

+ The radio and the computer must be on the same
network.

+ The radio must be authorised as a playback device on the
computer.

Proceed as follows:

> Control Panel > Network and Internet > View
network computers and devices

The radio should be shown here.

+ Right-click on the icon or designation of the radio and
choose Allow streaming to this device

+ Right-click again on the icon or designation of the radio
and choose Show device website to change the
friendly name of the device.

+ A new browser window opens. You can make the desired
changes here.

Use:

+ The radio can now access shared directories on the
computer, and you can stream audio files to the device
for playback.

+ The music directory of your music library is enabled as
standard.

* Create and manage shared folders using Explorer or
Windows Media Player.

* Right-click on the desired music file, choose Play To,
and then select the designation of the radio.

* The radio begins playback of the music file.

9.3 Playback from the network — Accessing files
using the radio

To access one of the existing network shared files directly
from the radio, proceed as follows:

From the main menu or after pressing [mode] repeatedly,
activate Music player mode.

[menu]

 

Main menu

Vv

Music player

v
Shared Media

* Choose the correct device (home server, PC, etc.) and
press [enter/navigate] to open the list of shared folders
on that device.

You can now search for files, open a playlist, or search

through the entire shared music folders. If you want to
search through the entire selection of music, there are

other sorting functions available (Album, Artist, Genre,

Folder, etc.) that can help you find the desired file more
quickly.

Note

These functions are only available if the |D3 tag and
other file information have been maintained on the
source device.

Prune servers:

To reset the list of servers connected to so far, press [enter/
navigate].

lf you confirm by choosing YES, then all Common Media
will be deleted.

 

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9.4 Playback of playlist

You can create a local playlist on the radio, in which you
save files shared on the network or from connected data
storage devices.

+ Under Shared media/ USB playback, choose the file
to be added to the playlist.
+ Press and hold [enter/navigate] for approx. 3 seconds

until the display shows the message Added to playlist.

Note

You can also use playlists that were created on your
Windows PC. (WPL = Windows Playlist) For example,
Windows Media Player is suited for this purpose.

* To go directly to the playlist, do as follows:

~~
?

[menu]

Main menu
Music player

My playlist

* To remove individual files from the playlist, choose
the file and then press and hold [enter/navigate] for
approx. 3 seconds.

+ Confirm Delete from My playlist by choosing YES to
delete the file from the playlist.

* To delete the entire playlist, proceed as follows:

aN [menu]
Main menu

Music player

Clear my playlist

9.5 General playback options

These playback options, which are valid for all playback
under Music player, can be found here:

@)

[menu]

Main menu
Music player

Repeat play/
Shuffle play

Repeat play: On / Repeat play: Off :

To turn the function On and Off, press [enter/navigate]
repeatedly.

If this function is activated (Repeat play: On) the current
track is repeated.

Shuffle play: On / Shuffle play: Off

To turn the function On and Off, press [enter/navigate]
repeatedly.

If this function is activated (Shuffle play: On) the radio
plays all tracks in random order.

10. DAB

The radio receives all established digital radio frequencies

in the range of 174 MHz to 240 MHz (band III, channel

5A to 136).

+ From the main menu or after pressing [mode]
repeatedly, activate operating mode DAB (DAB Radio):

[menu]

a)

Main Menu

v
DAB

10.1 Search/ Automatic search

The automatic DAB channel search scans the DAB band

\I| for available stations. After the station search, all
interference-free stations are saved in alphabetical order.
In Stations list a? is displayed in front of the station names
of stations found during a previous scan but which cannot
currently be received.

The automatic DAB station search starts automatically
when DAB mode is started for the first time: it is indicated
by Scanning… and a status bar on the display.

If you would like to start the search again, proceed as
follows:

[menu]

=)

Scan

10.2 Manual station search

With the manual station search function you can search
through individual frequencies and channels. If you know
the frequency of the desired station and the automatic
station search failed to find it, use this feature to set the
reception frequency directly.

Proceed as follows, choosing a frequency range between
5A and 13F:

[menu]

 

Manual tune

The Stability bar indicates the current signal strength.
The marking along the bar indicates the value required for
interference-free reception. If this value is not reached (the
bar is empty), then the signal strength is not sufficient on
this channel.

Note

+ DAB/ DAB+ permits the transmission of several
stations within a single frequency block. When sorting
by ensemble the stations are displayed according to
how they are distributed across the frequency blocks.

 

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10.3 Station list

You can access the station list in DAB mode at any time via

two methods:

a) If a station is already playing, simply turn
[enter/navigate]. The radio will then display the
station list.

b)
[menu]

=)

Station list

10.4 Sort station list

By default the radio sorts stations into alphabetical order.
You can also sort by signal strength or ensemble. To
change the sorting order, proceed as follows:

[menu]

 

Station order

10.5 Slideshow/Station information

{Picture with text/full screen)

Many digital radio stations in the DAB+ network provide
additional information, which can be displayed on a colour
screen. This could be pictures from the studio, news,
weather information, or adverts, for example. By default,
the radio displays these “slides” in full screen. Alternatively,
a mix of pictures and text, such as is the default for
internet radio, can be displayed. To switch between the
display modes, press [enter/navigate] while a station is
playing. The display will switch modes.

10.6 Edit station list

To remove stations that are not currently in the reception
area, from your station list, proceed as follows:

[menu]

Prune invalid

lf you answer YES, then all currently unavailable stations
will be removed from the station list.

 

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10.7 Favourites

You can save up to 10 of your favourite stations for quick
and direct access.

10.7.1 Save favourites

+ Set the station that you would like to save as a favourite
station preset.

+ If the station is received, press and hold [memory] on
the front of the radio.

[memory]

 

An overview window with the station presets should open

after approx. 2 seconds.

* You can switch between the station presets (1 to 10) by
turning [enter/navigate].

+ Press [enter/navigate] to save the station on the
desired station preset.

10.7.2 Access favourites

Press [memory] to open the overview window with the list

of saved stations.

[memory]

 

Use [enter/navigate] to select one of your favourites.

Note

Favourites cannot be deleted.

If all 10 station memory slots are filled and you wish to
save a new station, choose one of the occupied slots.
The station in this slot will be overwritten with the new
station.

10.7.3 Management of favourites with the
remote control

Favorites 1-10
The remote control enclosed has number keys 1-10. A
favourite can be assigned to each of these number key.
* To save a favourite, press and hold the corresponding
number key on the remote control (approx. 3 seconds).
* The radio confirms that the favourite has been saved by
displaying Preset stored.
* To call up a favourite, briefly press the corresponding
number key on the remote control.

Favourites 1-10 (alternative to number keys)

+ Press and hold [PRESET] approx. 3 seconds to save a
station on one of the 1-10 favourite stations presets.

+ An overview window with the station presets should
open after approx. 2 seconds.

+ You can switch between the station presets (1-10} by
pressing the navigations keys [A] /[¥] (by turning
[enter/navigate)).

+ Press [SELECT] ([enter/navigate]} to save the station
on the desired station preset.

* To call up a favourite, briefly press [PRESET], select the
desired station preset by pressing the navigation keys
[A]/[¥] (by turning [enter/navigate]) and confirm
the selection by pressing [SELECT] ([enter/navigate]}.

 

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10.8 DRC (Dynamic Range Control}

Some radio stations in the DAB network support an audio
level control that is activated at varying volumes during
playback. If the audio level suddenly rises during playback,
DRC automatically reduces the volume. The same happens
if playback suddenly becomes quieter, with the radio then
increasing the volume.

This radio has three different settings for DRC:

DRC high: total equalisation of different volumes. Strong
compression can audibly reduce the dynamics of a music
title.

DRC low: partial equalisation of different volumes. More
subtle compression, without too much loss of dynamics.

DRC off: no equalisation.

Proceed as follows to do the settings:
[menu]

Fu

DRC

11. FM

From the main menu or after pressing [mode] repeatedly,
activate operating mode FM (FM Radio):

[menu]

—®
Main menu

v
FM

Stations that broadcast additional information regarding
the station and the programme, are highlighted on the
display with an RDS icon (Radio Data System).

Additional information were displayed by pressing [info].

11.1 Scan setting

The search run setting allows you to determine whether
stations with low signal strength are ignored during the
automatic search run.

Proceed as follows:

[menu]

@

Scan Setting

+ To have the search run stop only at stations with high
signal strength, confirm the subsequent query by
selecting YES. Otherwise, the search run will stop at
every station for which a signal is received.

 

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11.2 Automatic station search

+ Press and hold [enter/navigate] until the automatic
station search starts.

+ The radio stops the search and starts playback when it
finds a station.

+ Press [enter/navigate] to continue the search until the
next station is found.

11.3 Manual station search

When you make station settings manually, you can define

the desired frequency yourself and tune into stations that

were ignored during automatic station search because

their signals were too weak.

+ Turn [enter/navigate] (left: -0.05 MHz / right: +0.05
MHz) until you see the desired frequency. Wait a moment
until playback of the received station signal begins.

11.4 Favorites

You can save up to 10 of your favourite stations for quick
and direct access.

11.4.1 Save favourites

+ Set the station that you would like to save as a favourite
station preset.

+ If the station is received, press and hold [memory] on
the front of the radio.

[memory]

 

An overview window with the station presets should open

after approx. 2 seconds.

* You can switch between the station presets (1 to 10) by
turning [enter/navigate].

+ Press [enter/navigate] to save the station on the
desired station preset.

11.4.2 Access favourites

Press [memory] to open the overview window with the list
of saved stations.

[memory]

Use [enter/navigate] to select one of your favourites.

Hinweis

Favourites cannot be deleted.

If all 10 station memory slots are filled and you wish to
save a new station, choose one of the occupied slots.
The station in this slot will be overwritten with the new
station.

11.4.3 Management of favourites with the
remote control

Favorites 1-10
The remote control enclosed has number keys 1-10. A
favourite can be assigned to each of these number key.
* To save a favourite, press and hold the corresponding
number key on the remote control (approx. 3 seconds).
* The radio confirms that the favourite has been saved by
displaying Preset stored.
* To call up a favourite, briefly press the corresponding
number key on the remote control.

Favourites 1-10 (alternative to number keys)

+ Press and hold [PRESET] approx. 3 seconds to save a
station on one of the 1-10 favourite stations presets.

+ An overview window with the station presets should
open after approx. 2 seconds.

+ You can switch between the station presets (1-10} by
pressing the navigations keys [A] /[¥] (by turning
[enter/navigate)).

+ Press [SELECT] ([enter/navigate]} to save the station
on the desired station preset.

* To call up a favourite, briefly press [PRESET], select the
desired station preset by pressing the navigation keys
[A]/[¥] (by turning [enter/navigate]) and confirm
the selection by pressing [SELECT] ([enter/navigate]}.

13. Sleep

The radio has a sleep function, after a defined time the

radio switches to standby mode.

+ Repeatedly press [SLEEP] on the remote control to set
the desired time interval (Sleep OFF/15/30/45/60/90/120
minutes}

11.5 Audio setting

For some stations with a weak signal, quality can be

slightly improved by playing them in mono quality. You

can enable this function in the menu, and the radio will

automatically switch to mono reception when signal

quality is poor.

To change the audio setting, proceed as follows:
Alternatively, set the time interval from the main menu
using [enter/navigate]:

 

[menu]
[menu]
Audio @)
poy Main menu
v
Sleep

12. Auxiliary Input

Via the analogue audio input (AUX IN socket) you can
connect mobile devices (for example smartphone, tablet

+ After the defined time the radio switches to standby
mode.

PC, M3 player etc.) to the radio and play the aucio files
using the radio’s speakers.

+ From the main menu or after pressing [mode]
repeatedly, activate Auxiliary Input (Aux in} mode.

 

+ Press [SLEEP] or [volume -/+]/ [ O), to turn the radio
back on.

+ Ifa time interval is already activated, you can change
or disable (Sleep OFF) it at any time by again pressing
[SLEEP] on the remote control.

Note – Backlight

ae There is a separate setting for the backlight when the
timer (snooze) is activated. For example, it can be set to
be dimmer than in normal operation.
OD 15.8. Backlight
Main menu
v

Auxiliary Input

+ Connect your mobile terminal device to the audio in (the
AUX IN socket) of the radio using a 3.5-mm TRS stereo
cable.

+ Start and control audio playback using the controls of the

connected terminal device.

 

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14, Alarms
The Radio has two individually adjustable alarm times.

14.1 Alarm settings
+ You can access the alarm settings as follows:

 

» [alarm]
° Or:
nN [menu]
A Main menu
v
Alarms

+ Alarm 1 and alarm 2 are configured identically. So you
can save two different alarm times. Select alarm 1 or
2 and then make the following settings by means of
lenter/navigate]:

Enable:
Choose when the alarm is to activate:
> Off — Daily — Once — Weekdays — Weekends

Date and time:
lf you selected Once, enter the date and time for the
one-off alarm.

Time:
First choose the hour, then the minute at which the alarm
is to activate.

Mode:
Set whether you wish to be woken by an alarm tone
(Buzz), by DAB, FM or by the Internet radio.

Preset:

lf you selected Internet radio/ DAB/ FM, choose which
station or podcast you wish to be woken with. You can
choose any of the 10 favourite station slot or the Last
listened.

Volume:

You can set the volume at which the alarm sound should
be played. This setting makes it irrelevant how loud you
last listened to the radio.

Save:
Confirm this menu item to complete your alarm settings.

Note

+ When using Internet radio for the alarm sound take
care that the internet connection will be available at
the time of the alarm.

If no internet connection is available the radio instead
uses the wake-up buzzer (Buzz).

It is recommended to allow the radio to update the
time automatically. This ensures that the time is
always correct even if there is a separation of power
supply — for example a power cut.

Note — Alarm/multi-room

When using and setting the alarm function on a
device that belongs to a multi-room group, please
note that this device automatically leaves the group at
the time of the alarm.

This behaviour prevents activation of the alarm on all
devices that belong to the group.

The device in question does not automatically rejoin
the group after the alarm has been stopped, but must
be added manually.

14.2 Activating/ deactivating the alarm

+ Confirm the menu item Save in alarm settings to activate
the alarm.
+ Disable the alarm by setting the Mode: to Off

14.3 Stopping the alarm/ Snooze function

+ When the alarm activates, press [volume -/+]/ [ (5 ] to
stop the alarm.

+ Repeatedly press [Z2″| on the remote control to activate
snooze mode.

+ The alarm turns off for the selected time interval
(5/10/15/30/60 minutes) before activating once again.

+ Repeatedly press (Z2″] on the remote control to activate
ON instead of snooze mode. The radio now stays
switched on.

+ If the alarm is not stopped, the radio automatically
switches into standby mode after one hour.

15. System settings

You can modify all settings and access important
information about the radio in the System settings.

15.1 Network

15.1.1 Network wizard — Configuration of internet
connection / Automatic search

The Network wizard supports you to set up a
connection between the radio and internet. Hereby you
can choose between a wired LAN connection and a
wireless connection using WLAN/Wi-Fi. More methods
of configuration and detailed information are amplified
subsequently.

+ You can start the Network wizard as follows:

[menu]

 

System settings

Network

v

Network wizard

+ When the wizard is started, the radio searches for WLAN
(WiFi) connections and then shows a list of the available
networks.

+ Turn [enter/navigate] to switch amongst the networks
discovered. At the bottom of the list are options to
restart the search ([Rescan]}, select a cable connection
([Wired]) or configure the connection yourself ([Manual
config).

+ If your network is not found or the SSID (Service Set
\dentification, that is, the name of your network) is not
shown, the network may be hidden or out of range. In
this case, try manual configuration or connecting by
LAN cable.

15.1.2 Wireless network connection (WLAN)

Depending on the network, there are a number of ways to
connect to it.

Networks that support connection via WPS (Wi-Fi Protected
Setup) are identified in the list as [WPS].

Other connections are either open networks or connections
protected with a PSK, or Pre-Shared-Key.

@)

Desired Network

WPS-/PSK-/ open network connection

WPS allows simple and nevertheless protected connection
of the radio to the network. Two options are available

for this purpose: The connection can be set up by means
of PBC, or Push-Button Configuration, or by the PIN
procedure, in which the web interface of your router
prompts you to enter a randomly generated sequence of
numbers.

 

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PBC setup

* Select your desired network. (Indicated by the prefix
[WPS])

+ In the WPS menu, choose the Push Button option and
confirm your selection by pressing [enter/navigate].

+ Press the WPS button on your router or current access
point. This can often be done using the web interface,
as well.

+ Consult the operating instructions of your router or
access point for details.

+ Once the process has been started on the router or
access point, the radio should be able to find and
connect to the network.

+ Alternatively, PBC setup can be initiated from the internet
settings of the radio:

[menu]

 

System settings
Network

v
PBC Wlan setup

PIN setup

* Select your desired network. (Indicated by the prefix
[WPS]

+ In the WPS menu, choose the Pin option and confirm
your selection by pressing [enter/navigate].

+ The radio generates an 8-digit code, which must be
entered into the web or user interface of your router or
access point.

* Consult the corresponding handbook for details on
configuring the router or access point.

Skip WPS / Pre-Shared Key (PSK) setup

+ Choose the item Skip WPS to proceed to key entry.

+ In networks that do not support WPS, you will go directly
to key entry.

+ In the input screen, enter the whole key and then confirm
with OK.

+ If the key was entered correctly, the radio connects to
the access point and establishes the internet/network
connection.

Note

+ Often the Pre-Shared Key is printed on the back or
bottom of the router or access point.

+* When entering the key, take notice of capitalisation.

Open network
Note

* We recommend against establishing unsecured
connections and advise you to always protect your
network against unauthorised access.

+ lf you plan to use an open network, you just have
to select the network ID from the list of available
networks and confirm.

+ The radio then connects immediately to the network.

 

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15.1.3 Wired network connection (LAN)

* Connect the radio to the router using a LAN cable. This
method of direct connection is the most reliable and
least susceptible to interference.

+ The cable connection is listed amongst the available
connections as Wired. Simply select it to proceed. If the
DHCP server of the router or access point is active, then
the connection is now established automatically.

* To find out how to determine whether the DHCP server is
active, please consult the operating instructions of your
router or access point.

15.1.4 Manual configuration of network
connection — wireless (WLAN) and wired (LAN)

+ To manually configure the network connection, proceed
as follows:

[menu]

 

System settings

=O)

Network

v

Manual settings

Manual configuration wired (LAN) — DHCP enable

+ Select the option Wired.

+ Select the option DHCP enable.

+ The connection is now established. No further setting
adjustments are required.

Manual configuration wired (LAN) — DHCP disable

+ Select the option Wired.

+ Select the option DHCP disable.

+ Enter the necessary network information, such as the
IP address, subnet mask, gateway address and DNS
(primary and secondary).
Find this information in the web interface of your router
or access point, or ask your network administrator. Once
all the information has been entered correctly, confirm
to proceed. The radio now attempts to establish the
connection.

Manual configuration wireless (WLAN) —

DHCP enable

+ Select the option Wireless.

+ Select the option DHCP enable.

+ In the input screen, enter the whole SSID (network name)
and then confirm with OK.

+ Now choose the security standard used by the network.
This can be found in the configuration options of your
router or access point.

+ Depending on the encryption used, you may need
to enter the network key before the connection is
established…

Manual configuration wireless (WLAN) —

DHCP disable

The method described here assumes the DHCP server is
active (manual wireless configuration(WLAN) — DHCP
enable). However, the network information such as IP
address, subnet mask, gateway address, and DNS (primary
and secondary) must still be entered.

Find this information in the web interface of your router

or access point, or ask your network administrator. Once
all the information has been entered correctly, confirm

to proceed. The radio now attempts to establish the
connection.

 

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15.1.5 View settings 15.1.7 Network profile
Here you can find all the most important information about — The radio automatically saves all successfully connected

all network connections currently used or configured on network profiles. This means that re-establishing these

the radio, such as: MAC address, WLAN region, DHCP connections (for example, after the radio was disconnected
active/disabled, SSID, IP address, subnet mask, gateway from the power supply) does not require you to re-enter the
address, DNS (primary and secondary), etc. network access information.

* To remove network profiles individually, proceed as
[menu] follows:

a) System settings
v
Network ))
Vv System settings
View settings y

[menu]

 

Network
v a
15.1.6 NetRemote PIN Setup / Smart Radio-App Network profile
The radio can be controlled using the application Hama
Smart Radio.

+ Select a network profile and press [enter/navigate] to
delete it.

+ Confirm the prompt querying if you want to delete the
profile with YES.

+ A profile that is currently active, or that is in use, cannot

For this, you have to have installed the app on your
terminal device (for example smartphone or tablet PC)

and your device has to be in the same network as your
radio. The PIN saved in the radio is to increase security and
prevents other users from connecting with the radio.

If the app is started on your terminal device (for example be deleted.

smartphone or tablet PC) and it tries to connect with the Note – Data security

radio, a window will appear on your device requiring you

to enter the PIN. + Before giving or selling the radio to someone else, we

recommend performing a Factory Reset.

+ This will completely and permanently delete all
network information and connections stored on the
device.

* You can find and change the PIN as follows:
[menu]

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Network

v
NetRemote PIN Setup

+ The radio PIN is set to 1234 by default.
+ Use [enter/navigate] to make changes.
+ Confirm your changes by choosing OK.

 

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15.1.8 Keep network connected
This setting is a radio energy-saving function.

[menu]

 

System settings

Network

v

Keep network connected

If this feature is disabled (NO *}, the network module will
be switched off whenever the radio is not actively using
the network connection (such as in standby mode or DAB
reception). This means the radio will not be accessible

via the network from your PC, smartphone or tablet. You
should enable (YES *) this menu item if you want to use
streaming or control functions via the app. This function is
disabled by default.

15.2 Time/ Date

To access the time settings, proceed as follows:

[menu]

—-

System settings

Time/Date

Auto update

+ Update from Network
Choose this option to set the time and date automatically
from the internet. Set the timezone of your current
location (Set timezone) and, if desired, turn on
automatic adjustment between summer time and winter
time (Daylight savings > ON).

+ Update from DAB/ FM
If automatic time and date adjustment is activated,
the device receives time and date information from the
station over the FM/DAB/DAB+ radio network. This is
the best way to ensure that the clock will run accurately
and the alarm will trigger at the correct time, even after
power outages.

No update

The time and date (DD-MM-YYYY) must be set manually;

no automatic calibration takes place.

Set Time/ Date
Set the date (DD-MM-YYYY) and time (hh:mm) manually
using [enter/navigate].

Set format
Choose between 12 and 24 hours format.

15.3 Language

To change the menu language from that selected at first-
time startup, proceed as follows:

[menu]

“D System settings

Language

Desired language

 

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15.4 Factory Reset

To reset the radio to the factory default settings, proceed
as follows:

[menu]

 

System settings

Factory Reset

Confirm the following prompt with YES to reset the radio
to the factory default settings.
All settings made previously are deleted.

Note

+ Resetting to the factory default settings can solve
some problems and malfunctions.

+ However, all settings made previously, such as custom
equaliser presets, favorites, and network profiles, are
permanently deleted.

15.5 Software update

We are constantly developing new software features

and improvements for our radios to fix problems, add
functionality, etc.

We recommend that you keep your radio’s software up to
date.

+ Proceed as follows:
[menu]

—-

System settings

Software update

+ Set Auto-check setting to YES to have the radio
automatically check for new software updates at regular
intervals. (Recommendation)

+ Choose Check now to manually start a check for
software updates.

Warning

+ Make sure that the radio has a stable power supply
before you start a software update.

+ Power supply failure during a software update can
cause irreparable damage to the radio.

15.6 Setup wizard

You can restart the setup wizard (5.4.1. Setup wizard) at
any time by proceeding as follows:

[menu]

=)

System settings

Setup wizard

 

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15.7 Info

* To have the radio display current information about
its hardware and software (version numbers, device
designation, radio ID, etc.), proceed as follows:

[menu]

 

System settings

v

Info

+ If you have already registered your radio on
the online portal of Frontier Silicon
(http:/Awww.wifiradio-frontier.com), then you
can find out the radio ID there, as well.

15.8 Backlight

The backlight can be configured for each operating mode
(Operation Mode, Standby Mode} separately.

+ Proceed as follows:

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[menu]

System settings

Backlight

+ For the operation mode select between various
brightness levels.

+ For Standby Mode, you may also choose a brightness
level for the backlight when the radio is in standby
(Standby Level). Alternatively, you can set the backlight
to turn off completely in standby (Standby Level >
Off).

+ Choose a time interval for Timeout. When the radio is in
standby, press [enter/navigate] to illuminate the display
at the brightness level set for that operating mode for the
selected interval of time.

+ Alternatively, you can disable this feature (Timeout >

15.9 Color theme

To change the color scheme of the display (Color of text
and background), proceed as follows:

[menu]

System settings

v

Color theme

15.10 AUX: Auto-Standby

In Aux in (Auxiliary Input) operating mode, the radio
switches to standby mode after 15 minutes, by default.
To disable (NO) or activate (YES) this feature, proceed as
follows:

[menu]

 

System settings

AUX: Auto-Standby

 

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16. UNDOK — everything in the palm of your hand

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UNDOK

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The UNDOK app, developed by Frontier Silicon, gives you
full control of radios and speakers from your smartphone.
Whether you are setting up the device for the first time,
specifying settings for the equaliser and multi-room, or
managing your favourite stations — the UNDOK app lets
you access all the features from your smartphone or tablet,
thereby offering you greater convenience.

16.1 Interface/layout of the UNDOK home screen

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2 Preview for ungrouped radios

3 Set up new audio system

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6 Check for system update for all devices

7 Further information, such as app info, change

app theme, and data logging

16.2 First-time setup of the device with UNDOK

The first time you switch on an UNDOK-enabled product
from Hama, or when you have set it to the factory settings,
it creates a micro access point — a separate Wi-Fi network
that you can connect to with your tablet or smartphone.

16.2.1 Procedure for iOS users

* Open the UNDOK app on your iPhone or iPad.

» Tap the Set up audio system menu item.

» Make sure that the radio or speaker is in SETUP mode. Set
the product to the factory settings, if necessary. Confirm the
query with Next.

» The UNDOK app now prompts you to connect to the
product’s Wi-Fi network using the iPhone/iPad settings
—to do so, switch to the system settings on your iPhone
and select the Wi-Fi network (for example, Setup Hama
DIR3120LED). Then return to the UNDOK app and tap Next.

» Now choose a name for the radio (for example, Office
DIR3120) and confirm your entry with Next.

* This takes you to the date and time settings — here you set
the time format, time source and time zone.

» The various network configuration options are then offered
to you (where applicable, Wi-Fi, WPS and Ethernet). Tap
the desired method; the UNDOK app switches to the next
window.

* Depending on the selected method, you can now select
and configure the desired Wi-Fi network, set up a WPS
connection or set up the connection using a LAN cable.

* Finally, the radio connects to the network; by tapping Start
using my audio system, you will be able to use the device in
the UNDOK app.

 

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16.2.2 Procedure for Android users

* Open the UNDOK app on your tablet or smartphone.

+ Tap the Set up audio system menu item.

+ Make sure that the radio or speaker is in SETUP mode.
Set the product to the factory settings, if necessary.
Confirm the query with Next.

* On the following page, you will find a list of all
available Wi-Fi networks as well as the suggested
audio systems; the Hama product (for example, Setup
Hama DIR3120LED) should be listed here. Tap the
corresponding Wi-Fi network.

+ Now choose a name for the radio (for example, Office
DIR3120) and confirm your entry with Next.

* This takes you to the date and time settings — here you
set the time format, time source and time zone.

+ The various network configuration options are then
offered to you (where applicable, Wi-Fi, WPS and
Ethernet). Tap the desired method; the UNDOK app
switches to the next window.

+ Depending on the selected method, you can now select
and configure the desired Wi-Fi network, set up a WPS
connection or set up the connection using a LAN cable.

+ Finally, the radio connects to the network; by tapping
Start using my audio system, you will be able to use the
device in the UNDOK app.

16.3 General control of a device or group

To control a configured device, tap the relevant device/
group in the selection list on the UNDOK home page.
This takes you to the product’s playback screen; the
following functions are available:

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1 Open the home page (all audio systems)

Selection of the various sources (dependent on

Z the active device/the devices in the group}

3 Open the favourites list (storing and selecting
favourites)

4 Share current station

5 Volume control for the group or active device

Advanced settings (equaliser/date/factory
settings, dependent on the device}

7 Switch device/group to standby

8 Browse current source

9 Playback screen of the device/group

10 Display the function buttons (Play, Next,
Previous), dependent on the source

“1 Volume control for the individual devices of a

multi-room group

16.4 Creating/managing multi-room groups

If there are several multi-room-enabled devices in your
network, they will appear in the selection list with a ‘+’
symbol after their name.

The device that you have selected in the list by tapping
the @ con will be the master when the group has been
created. This means that audio being played on the master
is continued in the group.

Once you have tapped the icon, a screen appears in which
all compatible devices are listed. Tap each of the devices
you would like to have in the group, and confirm your
selection with Done.

In this window, you can also delete an existing group and
thereby dissolve it, or give the group a new name. (See
Figure 3 — ‘Group name’)

Please note that it is sufficient if one device in the group
supports a source such as Spotify, Bluetooth* or CD, and
can share it with the other devices in the group.

* When playing audio via Bluetooth, the source
(smartphone, tablet, PC) must be located near the device
in which the corresponding receiver is integrated. .

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16.5 Multi-room setup on the radio

16.5.1 General information

+ All radios must be connected to the same network via
LAN cable or Wi-Fi.

* This section explains how multi-room can be set up on
the devices and managed.

+ A multi-room group can consist of up to five devices (one
master and four clients).

Note

Master and client — explanation

+ The master is the source device and transfers the
audio it is currently playing to all other devices
(clients) in the group.

+ When playing audio via Bluetooth or from a CD, only
the device that has the corresponding receiver or
playback technology can be the master.

The following modes are available for a multi-room group
(depending on whether the corresponding technology
exists on the radio).

+ Spotify Connect

+ Internet radio

+ DAB radio

+ FM radio

+ Auxiliary Input

+ Wi-Fi streaming (DNLA-compatible) and UPnP
network playback

+ USB playback

+ CD playback

+ Bluetooth

16.5.2 Creating a group

+ If you want to create a new group, navigate to the
system settings and select Multi-room. » Select Create
new group.

+ Enter a name for the new group and confirm with [OK].

16.5.3 View details

+ Select this menu item to obtain information on the current
status of the radio/speaker in the respective group.

+ The Status field shows whether the selected device is a
master or client.

16.5.4 Add clients to a group

+ If the selected device is already the master, you can add
(further) clients using Add to group.

* On selecting this menu item, a list of the devices in the
network is displayed. Devices with a preceding asterisk
ate already clients in the group.

+ Only devices without an asterisk can be added as clients
to the group.

16.5.5 List current clients

* Select List current clients to display all members of the
current group.

16.5.6 Leave group
+ The Leave group menu item allows you to remove the
client you are currently controlling from the current

group.
+ Confirm the client’s removal from the group with [OK].

16.5.7 Delete group

+ If you want to delete a complete group, select ‘Delete
group’.

+ Note that a group can be deleted only on the master of
this group.

 

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16.6 Settings and standby

To access the radio’s settings, or to switch it into standby
mode using the app, tap the settings icon (2) and then
on “Settings”. Tap “Standby” to put the radio in standby
mode.

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The settings allows you to confi gure the equaliser, check
for and install software updates, change the network
access PIN, and see information about the radio.

17, Care and Maintenance

* Only clean this product with a slightly damp, lint-free
cloth and do not use aggressive cleaning agents.

+ If you do not use the product for a long time, turn off the
device and disconnect it from the power supply. Store it
in a clean, dry place out of direct sunlight.

18. Warranty Disclaimer

Hama GmbH & Co KG assumes no liability and provides no
warranty for damage resulting from improper installation/
mounting, improper use of the product or from failure to
observe the operating instructions and/ or safety notes.

19. Service and Support

Please contact Hama Product Consulting if you have any
questions about this product
Hotline: +49 9091 502-115 (German/English}

Further support information can be found here:
www.hama.com

20. Recycling Information

Note on environmental protection:

After the implementation of the European Directive
et 2012/19/EU and 2006/66/EU in the national legal
system, the following applies: Electric and

electronic devices as well as batteries must not be
disposed of with household waste. Consumers are obliged
by law to return electrical and electronic devices as well as
batteries at the end of their service lives to the public
collecting points set up for this purpose or point of sale.
Details to this are defined by the national law of the
respective country. This symbol on the product, the
instruction manual or the package indicates that a product
is subject to these regulations. By recycling, reusing the
materials or other forms of utilising old devices/batteries,
you are making an important contribution to protecting our
environment.

21. Declaration of Conformity

Hereby, Hama GmbH & Co KG declares that the
C € radio equipment type [00054821] is in compliance
with Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU
declaration of conformity is available at the following
internet address:
www.hama.com -> 00054821 -> Downloads.

Frequency band{(s) 2412 – 2472 MHz

Maximum radio-frequency 54 mW EIRP
power transmitted

 

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Hama GmbH & Co KG
86652 Monheim/Germany
www.hama.com

The Spotify software is subject to third party licenses found here:
www.spotify.com/connect/third-party-licenses

All listed brands are trademarks of the corresponding companies. Errors and omissions excepted,

and subject to technical changes. Our general terms of delivery and payment are applied.

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