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    AR30/DR30Your music + our passionENGLISHStereo ReceiverUsers manual2
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    ContentsMake sure you register your purchase.Visit: www.cambridge-audio.com/stsBy registering, youll be the first to know about:G Future product releasesG Software upgradesG News, events and exclusive offers plus competitions!This guide is designed to make installing and using this product as easyas possible. Information in this document has been carefully checkedfor accuracy at the time of printing; however, Cambridge Audio's policyis one of continuous improvement, therefore design and specificationsare subject to change without prior notice.This document contains proprietary information protected by copyright.All rights are reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by anymechanical, electronic or other means, in any form, without prior writtenpermission of the manufacturer. All trademarks and registeredtrademarks are the property of their respective owners. Copyright Cambridge Audio Ltd 2009iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and othercountries."SIRIUS" and the SIRIUS dog logo are registered trademarks of SIRIUSSatellite Radio Inc.2Introduction ......................................................................................................................3Important safety instructions ..........................................................................................4Limited warranty ..............................................................................................................7Rear panel connections...................................................................................................8Front panel controls.......................................................................................................10Remote control...............................................................................................................12iPod compatibility ..........................................................................................................13Connections ...................................................................................................................14Aerials.............................................................................................................................15Operating instructions ...................................................................................................16Changing DAB region (DR30 only) .......................................................................16Setting the source.................................................................................................16Adjusting the volume ............................................................................................17Adjusting the audio settings.................................................................................17Tuning and listening..............................................................................................17Setting presets......................................................................................................18Setting the clock ...................................................................................................19Setting the time zone (US version only) ..............................................................19Setting the alarm ..................................................................................................20Setting the sleep time ..........................................................................................20Advanced settings.................................................................................................21To re-name the Aux input .....................................................................................21Using the supplied DD30 docking station for iPod ............................................22iPod compatibility .................................................................................................22Connecting and using a SIRIUS Connect Home Tuner (US version only)..........23Factory reset ..................................................................................................................24Troubleshooting..............................................................................................................24Technical specifications ................................................................................................25
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30IntroductionThank you for purchasing your Sonata AR30/DR30. We are confident that you willenjoy many years of listening pleasure from it. Like all Cambridge Audio products, theSonata AR30/DR30 adheres to three core principles stunning performance, easeof use and incredible value.The Sonata AR30 and DR30 were jointly developed to offer truly uncompromisedaudiophile quality audio in a small convenient and stylish package. The Sonata AR30is a stereo receiver featuring high quality amplification with an in-built FM/AM tunerand supplied DD30 docking station for iPod. The US version of the AR30 additionallyfeatures a SIRIUS-Ready socket to allow satellite radio to be added in that country(requires a SIRIUS subscription).The Sonata DR30 is an alternative stereo receiver featuring the same amplificationand DD30 iPod dock but with a DAB/FM tuner for countries which broadcast DABdigital radio.The supplied remote can control all of the Sonata AR30/DR30s functions and thoseof an iPod when docked in the matching DD30 dock (supplied).The audio circuitry draws on all our previous experience and features a true discretehigh power amplifier, linear power supply and low flux toroidal transformer. Alarm andSleep timer functions are available and you may choose to wake to the Tuner orattached iPod. A temporary aerial is supplied to get you going, however the use ofappropriate external AM/FM/DAB aerials is strongly recommended to really get thebest from your Sonata AR30/DR30.Ultimate sound quality depends on the whole of your system, naturally we particularlyrecommend speakers from the Cambridge Audio Sirocco range as these have beendesigned for a perfect acoustic and aesthetic match. Your dealer can also supplyexcellent quality Cambridge Audio interconnects to ensure your system realises its fullpotential.Thanks for taking the time to read this manual; we do recommend you keep it forfuture reference.Matthew BrambleCambridge Audio Technical Director and the Sonata range development team3
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    Important safety instructionsFor your own safety please read the following important safety instructions carefullybefore attempting to connect this unit to the mains power supply. They will also enableyou to get the best performance from and prolong the life of the unit:1. Read these instructions.2. Keep these instructions.3. Heed all warnings.4. Follow all instructions.5. Do not use this apparatus near water.6. Clean only with a dry cloth.7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with themanufacturer's instructions.8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, orother apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. Apolarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding-typeplug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prongare provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs,convenience receptacles and the point where they exit from the apparatus.11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.12. Use with only the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by themanufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, usecaution when moving the cart/ apparatus combination to avoid injuryfrom tip-over.13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods oftime.414. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when theapparatus has been damaged in any way, such as the power-supply cord or plughaving been damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into theapparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operatenormally, or has been dropped.WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this unit to rain ormoisture. Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) shall not be exposed to excessiveheat such as sunshine, fire or the like.The unit must be installed in a manner that makes disconnection of the mains plugfrom the mains socket outlet (or appliance connector from the rear of the unit)possible. Where the mains plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnectdevice shall remain readily operable. Only use the mains cord supplied with this unit.Please ensure there is ample ventilation (at least 10cm clearance all round). Do notput any objects on top of this unit. Do not situate it on a rug or other soft surface anddo not obstruct any air inlets or outlet grilles. Do not cover the ventilation grilles withitems such as newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc.This unit must not be used near water or exposed to dripping or splashing water orother liquids. No objects filled with liquid, such as vases, shall be placed on the unit.
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30C-Tick markThis product meets the Australian Communications Authoritys Radiocommunications and EMC requirements.Ross Test StampThe lightning flash with the arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intendedto alert the user to the presence of un-insulated dangerous voltage within theproducts enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electricshock to persons.The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to thepresence of important operating and maintenance instructions in the service literaturerelevant to this appliance.The symbol on this product indicates that it is of CLASS II (doubleinsulated) construction.WEEE symbolThe crossed-out wheeled bin is the European Union symbol for indicatingseparate collection for electrical and electronic equipment. This productcontains electrical and electronic equipment which should be reused,recycled or recovered and should not be disposed of with unsorted regularwaste. Please return the unit or contact the authorised dealer from whom youpurchased this product for more information.CE markThis product complies with European Low Voltage (2006/95/EC) andElectromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC) Directives when used andinstalled according to this instruction manual. For continued compliance onlyCambridge Audio accessories should be used with this product and servicing must bereferred to qualified service personnel.This product meets Russian electronic safety approvals.FCC regulationsNOTE: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TVINTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT.SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THEEQUIPMENT.This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for aClass B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limitsare designed to provide reasonable protection against harmfulinterference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and canradiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with theinstructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, thereis 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 encouragedto try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:- Re-orient 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 thereceiver is connected.- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.5
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    Important safety instructions (continued)VentilationIMPORTANT - The unit will become hot when in use. Do not stack multiple units on topof each other. Do not place in an enclosed area such as a bookcase or in a cabinetwithout sufficient ventilation.Ensure that small objects do not fall through any ventilation grille. If this happens,switch off immediately, disconnect from the mains supply and contact your dealer foradvice.PositioningChoose the installation location carefully. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight or close toa source of heat. No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placedon the unit. Also avoid locations subject to vibration and excessive dust, cold ormoisture. The unit can be used in a moderate climate.This unit must be installed on a sturdy, level surface. Do not place in a sealed areasuch as a bookcase or in a cabinet. Any space open at the back (such as a dedicatedequipment rack) is fine however. Do not place the unit on an unstable surface or shelf.The unit may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult as well as serious damageto the product. Do not place other equipment on top of the unit.This unit has been designed to be left in standby mode when not in use as this willincrease the life of the unit (this is true with all electronic equipment). To turn the unitoff, switch off at the rear panel. If you do not intend to use this unit for a long periodof time, unplug it from the mains socket.OverloadingDo not overload wall outlets or extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire orelectric shock. Overloaded AC outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, damagedor cracked wire insulation, and broken plugs are dangerous. They may result in a shockor fire hazard.Be sure to insert each power cord securely. To prevent hum and noise, do not bundlethe interconnect leads with the power cord or speaker leads.CleaningTo clean the unit, wipe its case with a dry, lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning fluidscontaining alcohol, ammonia or abrasives. Do not spray an aerosol at or near the unit.Battery disposalDue to stray magnetic fields turntables or CRT TVs should not be located nearby dueto possible interference.Batteries may contain substances harmful to the environment. Please dispose of anydischarged batteries with due consideration and in accordance with localenvironmental/electronic recycling guidelines.Electronic audio components have a running in period of around a week (if usedseveral hours per day). This will allow the new components to settle down, the sonicproperties will improve over this time.LoudspeakersPower sourcesThe unit should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on themarking label. If you are not sure of the type of power-supply to your home, consult yourproduct dealer or local power company.6Before making any connections to loudspeakers, make sure all power is turned offand only use suitable interconnects.ServicingThese units are not user serviceable, never attempt to repair, disassemble orreconstruct the unit if there seems to be a problem. A serious electric shock couldresult if this precautionary measure is ignored. In the event of a problem or failure,please contact your dealer.
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30Limited warrantyCambridge Audio warrants this product to be free from defects in materials andworkmanship (subject to the terms set forth below). Cambridge Audio will repair orreplace (at Cambridge Audio's option) this product or any defective parts in thisproduct. Warranty periods may vary from country to country. If in doubt consult yourdealer and ensure that you retain proof of purchase.To obtain warranty service, please contact the Cambridge Audio authorised dealerfrom which you purchased this product. If your dealer is not equipped to perform therepair of your Cambridge Audio product, it can be returned by your dealer to CambridgeAudio or an authorised Cambridge Audio service agent. You will need to ship thisproduct in either its original packaging or packaging affording an equal degree ofprotection.Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice, which is evidencethat this product is within the warranty period, must be presented to obtain warrantyservice.This Warranty is invalid if (a) the factory-applied serial number has been altered orremoved from this product or (b) this product was not purchased from a CambridgeAudio authorised dealer. You may call Cambridge Audio or your local countryCambridge Audio distributor to confirm that you have an unaltered serial numberand/or you purchased from a Cambridge Audio authorised dealer.Some countries and US states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental orconsequential damages or implied warranties so the above exclusions may not applyto you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other statutoryrights, which vary from state to state or country to country.For any service, in or out of warranty, please contact your dealer.Plug Fitting Instructions (UK only)The cord supplied with this appliance is factory fitted with a UK mains plug fitted witha 5 amp fuse inside. If it is necessary to change the fuse, it is important that a 5 ampone is used. If the plug needs to be changed because it is not suitable for your socket,or becomes damaged, it should be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted following thewiring instructions below. The plug must then be disposed of safely, as insertion intoa mains socket is likely to cause an electrical hazard. Should it be necessary to fit a3-pin BS mains plug to the power cord the wires should be fitted as shown in thisdiagram. The colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may notcorrespond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug. Connectthem as follows:This Warranty does not cover cosmetic damage or damage due to acts of God,accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, commercial use, or modification of, or to anypart of, the product. This Warranty does not cover damage due to improper operation,maintenance or installation, or attempted repair by anyone other than CambridgeAudio or a Cambridge Audio dealer, or authorised service agent which is authorised todo Cambridge Audio warranty work. Any unauthorised repairs will void this Warranty.This Warranty does not cover products sold AS IS or WITH ALL FAULTS.The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connectedto the terminal which is marked with the letter N orcoloured BLACK.REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENTS AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE THEEXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE CONSUMER. CAMBRIDGE AUDIO SHALL NOT BE LIABLEFOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESSOR IMPLIED WARRANTY IN THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BYLAW, THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS ANDIMPLIED WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THEWARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PRACTICAL PURPOSE.The wire which is coloured GREEN/YELLOW must beconnected to the terminal which is marked with theletter E or coloured GREEN.The wire which is coloured BROWN must beconnected to the terminal which is marked with theletter L or coloured RED.If a standard 13 amp (BS 1363) plug is used, a 5 amp fuse must be fitted, or if anyother type of plug is used a 5 amp fuse must be fitted, either in the plug or adaptor,or on the distribution board.7
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    Rear panel connections4PowerTunerSonata AR30AM Loop 300OnFM 75Designed and engineered in London, EnglandOffSonata AR30Stereo Receiver1RightLeftLLRRPower ACInTrigger OutCD2Loudspeaker TerminalsDVDAUXOutDD30 Dock35*67CDDVDSubRec OutAudio In8910Aux* US version onlyPowerSonata DR3011OnDesigned and engineered in London, EnglandOffSonata DR301RightLeftLLRRPower ACInTrigger OutCD2Loudspeaker Terminals38DAB/FMAerial Input50/75 F-TypeStereo ReceiverDVDOutDD30 Dock6AUX7CDDVDSubRec OutAudio In8910Aux
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    ENGLISHAR30DR301 Power On/OffSwitches the unit on or off.2 AC power socketOnce you have completed all connections to the amplifier, plug the AC power cableinto an appropriate mains socket and turn the unit on. Your unit is now ready for use.3 Loudspeaker terminalsConnect to loudspeakers with an impedance of 8ohms.For best audio performance we recommend using speakers from Cambridge AudiosSirocco range which have been designed in conjunction with the Sonata series. Pleaseconsult your dealer for details.4 AM/FM antennaTuner aerial connections for picking up radio signals. Refer to 'Connections' section ofthis manual. For permanent use, outdoor AM/FM aerials are highly recommended.5 SIRIUS socket (US version only)SIRIUS satellite radio adaptor connection (requires subscription and a suitablemodule). Consult your dealer for more information.6 DD30 dock connectorConnection for the supplied DD30 iPod dock. The docking station has a proprietaryconnector and will only work with the Cambridge DD30 docking station supplied.iPod compatibilityThe DD30 docking station for iPod is able to communicate with and control thefollowing iPod models:iPod nano (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation)iPod (4th generation, photo and 5th generation)iPod classiciPod touch (1st and 2nd generation)7 Trigger OutSonata AR30/DR30 produces trigger outputs that can be used to control theOn/Standby status of other connected Cambridge Audio Sonata range sourcecomponents (such as the CD30 CD player and DV30 DVD player) if desired. See'Connections' section.8 Sub In/OutConnect Sub Out to the input of an active subwoofer. If your subwoofer has 2 inputs(i.e. left and right), then connect this terminal to the left input terminal (usuallycoloured white). The Sub In socket is for use with a Sonata DV30 DVD player.9 Rec OutConnect to the recording input of a tape deck, a portable music player, CD recorderinput etc.10 Audio InputsThese inputs are suitable for any 'line level' source equipment such as the audiooutputs of Sonata DV30 DVD player, Sonata CD30 CD player, satellite/cable receiveretc.11 DAB/FM Aerial inputThe Sonata DR30 has an F-type screw connection aerial for both FM and DAB signals(a temporary aerial is supplied). Extend the aerial lead and move around until you getthe best reception. For permanent use, outdoor DAB and FM aerials are highlyrecommended.9
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    Front panel controls6123451 Standby/OnSwitches the unit between a low power standby mode (indicated by dim power LED)and on (indicated by bright power LED). Standby is a low power mode where the powerconsumption is less than 3 Watts. The unit may be left in standby mode when not inuse.2 Infrared sensorReceive IR commands from the supplied remote control. A clear unobstructed line ofsight between the remote control and the sensor is required.1078910113 PhonesAllows for the connection of stereo headphones with a 3.5mm jack plug. Headphoneswith an impedance of between 32 and 600 ohms are recommended.Note: Plugging in headphones will automatically mute the loudspeaker output.4 SourcePress to cycle through the available input sources such as TUNER, MP3, CD, DVD andAUX inputs.
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    ENGLISHAR30DR305Skip/ScanSonata AR30 In preset mode, steps up or down through the user-stored presets. In manual mode, steps through the frequency band, for fine-tuning. If button is held,the unit will search for the next station with a strong signal.Sonata DR30 In preset mode, steps up or down through the user-stored presets. In FM manual mode, steps through the frequency band, for fine-tuning. If button isheld, the unit will search for the next station with a strong signal. In DAB manual mode, browse through the available stations.Note: When MP3 input is selected, and an iPod is inserted into the attached DD30 dock,the buttons will skip through the track lists. Press and holding the buttons will scan through the current track. When Preset Mode is activated, the unit will automatically tune to the first availablepreset.6 DisplayUsed to display information such as station name and program type for DABbroadcasts and FM broadcasts with RDS/RBDS. Also provides feedback on volume,source, and various other data.7 BandPress to switch between FM, AM and SIRIUS bands (if a SIRIUS module is attached)on AR30, or DAB and FM bands on DR30.8 Info9 Select/ModeIn tuner mode, pressing once will toggle the tuning mode between preset and manual.In presets mode, the unit will automatically tune to the first available preset in theband.Alternatively, you may press and hold to store the current station in the preset bank.Use the keys or rotate the Volume control to select the preset location whereyou wish to store the preset, and press Select/Mode again to confirm.10 MP3 InputThis source input allows you to connect a portable audio device such as an MP3 playerdirectly into the front of the unit using the 3.5mm stereo-jack (labelled MP3 In). Selectthe MP3 input source using the Source button or direct MP3 button on the remote tolisten to your portable audio device.Note: Plugging a source into the front panel MP3 input overrides the DD30 dockingstation (which is also selected by selecting the MP3 source via the remote control orfront panel Source button). Simply remove the jack from the front panel socket toautomatically re-enable the DD30 docking station as the MP3 source.There is no need to unplug the DD30 docking station whilst using the front panel MP3input and it will continue to charge a docked iPod as usual.11 Volume controlUse to increase or decrease the level of the sound from the outputs of the unit. Thiscontrols the volume level of the loudspeakers, subwoofer and headphones. It doesnot affect the 'Rec Out' output.It is also used to change the value of the selected settings in audio setup andadvanced setup menus.Press once to enter the audio setup menu. Press and hold to enter the advanced setupmenu. See later section in this manual.Changes the display mode to allow the user to view different information. In tunermode, data varies depending on the type of broadcast, and signal quality. When in anon-tuner mode, pressing the Info button will briefly display the clock time, beforereturning to show the current source.11
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    Remote controlThe Sonata AR30 and DR30 are both supplied with a Navigator remotecontrol that operates the units.Standby/OnSwitches the unit between Standby and On mode.0-9 numeric buttonsPress to recall stored presets.Numerical selectTo recall a preset number greater than ten, press -/-- followed by therequired preset number.MuteMutes the audio on the unit. Press again to cancel mute.BandAR30 Switches the unit between FM, AM and SIRIUS (if fitted, US versiononly) bands.DR30 Switches the unit between DAB and FM bands.VolumeIncreases or decreases the volume of the unit.It is also used to change the value of the selected menu settings in audiosetup and advanced setup menus.NavigationIn preset mode, press to step through the preset stations.To navigate around presets, press the directional arrows up or down. If aniPod is inserted in the attached docking station and MP3 source selected,you can use the navigation keys to browse your iPods content.12SelectPress to accept the item/function highlighted in the display menu, or whilenavigating your iPod.In tuner mode, press and hold to store the current station in the presetbank.Note: If browsing through DAB stations, press Select to immediately tuneto the current station (DR30 only).Skip/ScanSonata AR30 In manual mode, press and hold to scan to the next or previous station.Short press once to fine-tune frequency. Refer to the 'Tuning andlistening' section of this manual.Sonata DR30 In FM manual mode, press and hold to scan to previous or next availablestations. Short press once to fine-tune frequency. Refer to the 'Tuningand listening' section of this manual. In DAB manual mode, you can step through the stations storedalphabetically in the DAB database. Press the button to step throughto previous stations or to step through to the next stations. If you wishto perform a complete scan of all available stations, press and holddown the button. Refer to the 'Tuning and listening' section of thismanual.Note: When MP3 input is selected, and an iPod (depending on the modeland generation) is inserted into the attached DD30 dock, the buttons will skip through the track lists. Press and hold the buttons,will scan through the current track.
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30iPod compatibilityAlarm/ClockPress once to enter the Alarm menu. Press and hold to enter the Sleep menu. Referto the 'Operation instructions' section of this manual.iInfoChanges the display mode to allow the user to view different information. Tuner datavaries depending on the type of broadcast, and signal quality. When in a non-tunermode, pressing the i button will briefly display the clock time, before returning to showthe current source.The supplied remote can also control the basic functions of an iPod when mounted inthe DD30 docking station. Refer to 'Using the supplied DD30 docking station for iPod'on how to connect your DD30 docking station.iPod compatibilityThe DD30 is able to communicate with and control the following iPod models:iPod nano (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation)iPod (4th generation, photo and 5th generation)iPod classiciPod touch (1st and 2nd generation)iPod miniBrightnessSwitches the display brightness between bright and dim.Source buttons (CD, DVD, Aux, Tuner, MP3)Press the relevant source button to select desired input source.MenuPress and hold to enter the audio setup menu. It is also used to cycle through themenu items in audio setup and advanced setup menus.Also used in iPod mode, see next section.To use the remote to control a docked iPod, press the MP3 source button then oneof the following buttons:Play/PausePress to begin playback and press again to pause playback.Skip/ScanPress the button to skip to previous track or press the button to skip to thenext track. Press and hold either buttons, will scan through the current track.SelectPress to accept the item/function highlighted on the display menu on your iPod.Pressing the button continuously during playback will cycle the progress bar to tracktime, scrubber and track ratings on the iPods display. Depending on the iPodgeneration, additional functions will be available on the progress bar.MenuPress once to step back one menu on your iPod. Refer to the 'Operation instruction'section of this manual.ShufflePress to switch your iPods shuffle function on and off.13
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    ConnectionsNote: Do not plug in the mains power lead or turn on the unit until all connectionshave been made.Loudspeakers11 LoudspeakersTunerPowerAM Loop 300OnCheck the impedance of your speakers. Speakers with an impedance of between 4and 8 Ohms are recommended.The red coloured speaker terminals are positive (+) and the black speaker terminalsare negative (-). Make sure correct polarity is maintained at each speaker connectoror the sound can become weak and phasey with little bass.Prepare the speaker cords for connection by stripping off approximately 10mm (3/8)or less of the outer insulation. More than 10mm could cause a short circuit. Twist thewires tightly together so there are no loose ends. Unscrew the speaker terminal knob,insert the speaker cable, tighten the knob and secure the cable.FM 75OffRightLeftLLRRPower ACInTrigger OutCDLoudspeaker TerminalsDVDAUXOutDD30 DockSubCDDVDRec Out5DD30 dock *2AuxAudio In4Sonata CD30Audio OutLLRRTrigger InNote: All connections are made using standard loudspeaker cable. If an activesubwoofer is used, connect via a standard single RCA/phono cable (often referred toas a 'Sub-Link').2 DD30 docking station12V @ 30mATip +veConnect the supplied DD30 docking station to the connector located at the rear.Trigger In3Y2.1 Channel Audio OutSW12V @ 30mATip +veLDigitalOutputs3 Active subwoofer In/OutRPoweredsubwoofer(optional)Sonata DV30* iPod not included14Connect the output to an active subwoofer using a standard RCA/phono cable (ifrequired). The input allows the Sonata AR30/DR30 to pass through the subwooferoutput (LFE) of an attached Sonata DV30 DVD player.
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30Aerials4 Trigger outputs/Power syncingYour Sonata AR30 or DR30 can automatically power on or switch into Standby, amatching Sonata CD30 CD player or DV30 DVD player. The Sonata CD30 and DV30comes with a trigger lead for this purpose.To enable this feature:1. Switch off all Sonata units.2. Connect one of the provided trigger lead between your source equipment and thecorresponding trigger connection at back of the Sonata AR30 or DR30 unit (e.g.connect the Sonata AR30 or DR30 CD trigger output to the Sonata CD30 triggerinput).3. Switch all Sonata units back on.Now, when the CD or DVD sources are selected on the Sonata AR30 or DR30, theappropriate Sonata source equipment will switch on. Conversely, when a differentsource is selected, the appropriate Sonata source will go into Standby, also when theSonata AR30 or DR30 is put in standby mode, all the Sonata units will also go intoStandby.5 Audio inputsNote: Sonata AR30 and DR30 are supplied with a temporary aerial for initial use. Forpermanent use, outdoor aerials are highly recommended.AM loop aerialConnect each end of the single length antenna to the antenna terminals. Place theantenna as far from the main system as possible to prevent unwanted noise and toobtain optimum reception. If the AM loop aerial provided does not receive sufficientreception, it may be necessary to use an outdoor AM aerial.FM aerialConnect the supplied aerial to the FM 75 ohm socket. Extend and move the aeriallead around until you get the best reception. For continued use, we stronglyrecommend using a 75ohm outdoor FM aerial.SIRIUS ready (US version only)The SIRIUS socket allows the connection of a SIRIUS satellite radio reception module(require subscription). Consult your dealer for more information.SIRIUS module(US version only)FM aerial or external(preferred) aerialAM loop aerialAlso available in the Sonata range are the CD30 CD player and DV30 HDMI DVD player.These can, if desired, be connected to the units corresponding CD and DVD inputsusing good quality stereo RCA/Phono leads (not supplied) as shown.TunerPowerAM Loop 300OnFM 75Designed and engineered in London, EnglandOffSonata AR30Stereo ReceiverRightLeftLLRRPower ACInTrigger OutCDLoudspeaker TerminalsDD30 DockDVDAUXOutSubCDRec OutDVDAuxAudio In15
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    Aerials (continued)Operating instructionsDAB aerialThe Sonata DR30 has an F-type screw connection aerial for both FM and DAB signals.Connect the supplied combined DAB/FM aerial to the socket. For continued use, westrongly recommend an external aerial. This should be a combined DAB/FM type orseparate aerials diplexed onto a single co-axial cable run.After making the connections to your unit, activate the Sonata AR30/DR30 byswitching the power button on the rear panel to 'On', then press the Standby/On buttonon the front of the unit or remote.DAB/FM aerial or external(preferred) aerialPowerOnDesigned and engineered in London, EnglandOffSonata DR30LeftLLRRPower ACInTrigger OutCDLoudspeaker Terminals16DD30 DockThe DR30 has been pre-configured with a DAB region EUROPE as the default setting.However, the DAB can be set to a different region depending on your location. Tochange the current DAB region, do the following:Note: Make sure that the unit is turned off from the back Power switch.1. Hold the Band button while powering the unit up. The DAB current region will bedisplayed when the unit powered up.2. Pressing the Band button will toggle between CANADA, KOREA, EUROPE.3. Choose the correct DAB region by pressing the Select/Mode button. The unit willthen go to Standby mode and ready to be used.Note: Always perform a complete DAB station scan every time a new DAB region hasbeen selected. For more information on complete DAB station scanning, see latersection Tuning/Listening.DAB/FMAerial Input50/75 F-TypeStereo ReceiverRightChanging DAB region (DR30 only)DVDAUXOutSubCDRec OutDVDAudio InAuxSetting the sourcePress the Source button on the front of the unit until the display indicates that therequired input is selected. Alternatively, you may select the desired input directly bypressing the appropriate button on the remote control.
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30Adjusting the volumeTuning and listeningUse either the Volume Up/Down buttons on the remote control, or the Volume controlon the front of your Sonata system to change the volume level. The newly selectedlevel will be indicated briefly on the front display.Select the Tuner source using the Source button on the front of the unit or direct Tunerbutton on the remote.Note: Before tuning your Sonata AR30/DR30, make sure that the stereo receiver is setto 'Manual mode'. Press the Select/Mode button on the front of the unit to select thecorrect mode.Adjusting the audio settingsAdjustments to the bass, treble, balance and sub level can be made as follows:1. To enter the audio menu. Briefly press either the Volume control on the front of theunit or press and hold the Menu button on the remote control.2. Step through the available settings by either pressing the Volume control or theMenu button on the remote. Adjustments for bass, treble, balance and sub levelare possible.3. When you wish to make an adjustment, simply rotate the Volume control or use theVolume control buttons on the remote control.4. To exit, press the Select button or wait for five seconds, until the unit returns tonormal mode.The sub level control adjust the relative level of the subwoofer output and main stereooutputs and can be used to control the sub level for late night listening etc.Sonata AR301. In tuner mode press the Band button to toggle between AM/FM modes (and SIRIUSif an optional SIRIUSReady module is attached, US version only).2. Press and hold the button to scan to previous available stations or press andhold the button to scan to the next available stations. 'SCANNING' will bedisplayed while scanning for available stations as shown below.3. Short press once the or button to fine-tune station frequency.17
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    Operating instructions (continued)Sonata DR301. In tuner mode press the Band button to toggle between DAB/FM modes.2. In FM mode, press and hold the button to scan to previous available stations orpress and hold the button to scan to the next available stations. 'SCANNING' willbe displayed while scanning for available station as shown previously. Briefly pressthe or button to fine-tune the station frequency.3. To perform a complete scan of the DAB broadcasting band, press and hold the button to enter the scan menu. Rotate the Volume control or press the volumecontrol on the remote to select 'Yes'. Press the Volume control or Select on theremote to confirm and proceed with the scan.Setting presetsRadio stations can be stored into the memory presets for easy access. You can storeup to 20 presets for each band (for example, 20 presets for the AM band plus 20presets for the FM band and 20 presets for the DAB band).1. Select the station you wish to store and hold down the Select button. The display onthe unit shows the next available preset.2. Rotate the Volume control on the front of the unit or press the volume control on theremote to move to a new preset number and press Select to store the preset. Thedisplay will briefly show that the station has been stored.Note: In some regions, the complete scan process can take up to three minutes tocomplete.4. In DAB mode, press the or button to browse through the stations currentlystored in the tuners database. To select a station, either press Select on the remotecontrol, or Select/Mode on the front of the unit. Alternatively, the currently viewedstation will be selected automatically if no button is pressed for five seconds.3. To load a stored preset, simply press the number on the remote control thatcorresponds with the preset you wish to access. Use -/-- on the remote when loadingstored presets greater than 9.Note: Stored presets can be replaced by saving a new desired station into any preset.18
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30Setting the clockSetting the time zone (US version only)By default, the clock will set itself according to the clock data transmitted by SIRIUS,DAB or RDS enabled FM broadcasts. If you are not in a region where you can receivethese transmissions, you can set the clock manually.To set the clock time:1. Press and hold the Volume control on the front of the unit to enter the advancedsettings menu.2. Cycle through the different settings by pressing the Volume control or pressing thevolume control on the remote.3. When 'Clock Aut' is displayed, rotate the Volume control or the volume control on theremote to change the setting to 'Clock Man'. Press the Volume control or the volumecontrol on the remote to confirm your choice.If the Sonata AR30 is configured for automatic time-set, and the unit is connected toa SIRIUS tuner module, it is important to specify the appropriate time-zone for yourgeographic region.To set the time zone:1. Enter the advanced settings menu and select 'Clock Aut', refer to previous section'Setting the clock'.The unit will display the current time zone.See below for the appropriate time zone:Zone NST = GMT-3h30 (Newfoundland)Zone AST = GMT-4h (Atlantic)Zone EST = GMT-5h (Eastern)Zone CST = GMT-6h (Central)Zone MST = GMT-7h (Mountain)Zone PST = GMT-8h (Pacific)Zone AKST = GMT-9h (Alaska)2. Rotate the Volume control on the front of the unit until your desired time zone isdisplayed. Press the Volume control to confirmPlease continue to set the Daylight Saving Time to either 'DST On' or 'DST Off'. If set to'On', then USA/Mexico/Canada daylight saving will be observed.3. When you have finished setting the time zone, press the Volume control to returnthe unit to normal operation.4. Change the hour by rotating the Volume control or pressing the volume control onthe remote. Press the Volume control or the Menu button on the remote to confirm,and proceed to adjust the minutes in the same manner.5. When you have finished setting the time, press the Volume control or the Menubutton on the remote to return the unit to normal operation.19
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    Operating instructions (continued)Setting the alarmThe alarm function can turn on the unit at a chosen time. When the alarm activates itwill either select the MP3 source and play your iPod, or select the tuner band of yourchoice and preset 1 in that band.To set the alarm time:1. Press the button on your remote control. The unit will display either 'Alarm On' or'Alarm Off'. Turn the Volume control or press the volume control on the remote tochange the mode if necessary.2. Press the button to accept and progress to set the hour.3. Turn the Volume control or press the volume control on the remote to alter the hour.4. Press the button to accept and progress to set the minutes.5. Turn the Volume control or press the volume control on the remote button to alterthe minutes.6. Press the button to confirm the alarm time.7. The unit will display the source it will automatically select when the alarm isactivated. For example, the Sonata DR30 will either display 'Wake MP3', 'Wake DAB'or 'Wake FM'. Turn the Volume control or press the volume control on the remotebutton to select your desired wake-up source.208. Press thebutton to finish setting the alarm. 'Alarm set' will be displayed brieflybefore the unit goes to standby mode.Note: Preset 1 in the selected band will always be used, so make sure this is yourfavourite early morning station.Setting the sleep timeThe sleep function will turn off the unit after a chosen time period has elapsed. It willalso generate a command on the trigger output which can, switch off any appropriatelyconnected Sonata source equipment.To set the sleep time:1. Press and hold thebutton on your remote control. The unit will display either'Sleep On' or 'Sleep Off'. Rotate the Volume control or press the volume control onthe remote to change the mode.2. Press the button to accept and advance to sleep countdown time.3. The period of time before the unit switches off is displayed. Rotate the Volumecontrol or press the volume control on the remote to adjust the time.4. Press thebutton to confirm the sleep time. 'Sleep set' will be displayed brieflybefore the unit goes back to normal mode.Note: Selectable time intervals for the sleep function are 15, 30, 45 and 60mins, thenit will be 30mins intervals thereafter with 12hrs being the maximum elapsed time.The sleep function will always reset after it has been performed.
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30Advanced settingsTo re-name the Aux inputThe advanced settings menu allows you to adjust the input gain for the Aux and MP3external sources, set the clock, and assign a custom name to the Aux input.Note: The advanced settings menu can only be accessed by pressing and holding theVolume control on the front of the unit. It is not possible to access the advancesettings menu using the Sonata remote.To adjust the input trim or gain (if the Aux or MP3 source is too quiet compared toother sources):1. Press and hold the Volume control to enter the advanced settings menu. The firstitem shown is the gain trim for the Auxiliary input as shown.The aux input can be renamed thereby allowing you to more easily identify theconnected source equipment. The name can be up to five characters long.1. Press and hold the Volume control on the front of the unit to enter the advancedsettings menu.2. Press the Volume control or press the Menu button on the remote, scrolling throughthe advanced settings menus until 'Aux Norm' is displayed.3. Rotate the Volume control or press the volume control buttons on the remote controlso it now shows 'Aux Cust'.2. Navigate through the menu by pressing the Volume control again or the Menubutton on the remote until it displays the input gain for MP3 or Aux sources.3. To adjust the gain, simply rotate the Volume control or use the volume control on theremote. To confirm your choice, press the Volume control or the Menu button on theremote.4. To exit advanced settings, repeatedly press the Volume control or the Menu buttonon the remote until a source is displayed. Alternatively, you can press Select/Modeon the front of the unit to exit at any time.Note: If nothing is pressed after five seconds, the unit goes back to normal mode.4. Press the Volume control or the Menu button on the remote control to confirm yourchoice.5. Rotate the Volume control or press the volume control on the remote to cyclethrough the available characters. When you have identified the correct character,press the Volume control or the Menu button on the remote control to move thecursor along one space.6. Repeat as above until all five characters are used. Insert spaces if the name is lessthan five characters long.7. Press the Volume control or the Menu button on the remote control to complete thenaming process.Note: If nothing is pressed for five seconds, the unit will revert back to normal mode.To continue, repeat the above steps.21
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    Operating instructions (continued)Using the supplied DD30 docking station for iPodNote: Make sure that theres no device attached to the MP3 input on the front of theunit for the DD30 docking station to work.The Sonata AR30/DR30 comes with a supplied DD30 docking station for iPod.Connect the DD30 to the connector located on the back of the unit and insert anappropriate iPod dock adaptor for your iPod. DD30 docking station is compatible withApples standard dock adaptors, supplied with all new iPod.2. Press the Play/Pause button to start playback.3. Press the Menu button to step back one menu on your iPod.4. Use the navigator buttons on your remote to browse through the menu.5. Press the Select button on the remote to choose a menu item.6. Press the or button will skip through the track lists. Press and hold or button to scan through the current track.Note: Press and hold the Play/Pause button to switch off the iPod.Refer to 'Remote control' section of this manual for controlling your iPod using thesupplied remote control.iPod compatibilityTunerPowerAM Loop 300OnFM 75OffRightLeftLLRRPower ACInTrigger OutCDLoudspeaker TerminalsDD30 DockDVDAUX12V @ 30mA Tip +veOutSubCDRec OutDVDAuxAudio In1. Switch the unit on, and select the MP3 input source by pressing the Source buttonor the source buttons on the remote.The DD30 is able to communicate with and control the following iPod models:iPod nano (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation)iPod (4th generation, photo and 5th generation)iPod classiciPod touch (1st and 2nd generation)iPod miniNote: The DD30 dock station also charges your iPod when docked even when the unitis in standby mode. This function will not work if the 'Power' on the back of the unit isturned off.22
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30Connecting and using a SIRIUS Connect Home Tuner (US version only)The Sonata AR30 can be used in conjunction with a compatible SIRIUS receivermodule such as the SIRIUS Connect Home Tuner SC-H1. This module allows you tosubscribe and listen to any station on the SIRIUS satellite radio network.Please carefully read the instructions included with your particular tuner, payingattention to antenna configuration.Note: The supplied AC power adaptor should be used, since the unit cannot power theSIRIUS tuner module.Ensure your Sonata AR30 is powered Off using the switch on the rear panel. Connectthe SIRIUS module using the supplied DIN cable. Connect the AC power supply to theHome Tuner, and confirm that the LED indicator is on.Power on your Sonata AR30 from the rear panel.Subscribing to SIRIUS servicesFirst, make a note of your Home Tuners identification number (SID). This number maybe obtained by selecting SIRIUS mode, and holding down the Info button on the frontof the unit. The SID may also be found an a label located on the Home Tuner module.To activate your subscription, please call 1-888-539-SIRIUS (1-888-539-7474).Alternatively, visit www.sirius.com and click Activate. Follow the instructions to registeryour module.Positioning the antennaThe antenna must be positioned in such a way that the tuner can receive the bestpossible signal from the transmission satellite. The direction of the antenna dependson your geographical location in the United States.LocationAntenna DirectionNorthwestern US or western CanadaEastMidwestern US or central CanadaDirectly aboveNortheastern US or eastern CanadaWestSouthwestern USNorth-eastSouth central USNorthSoutheastern USNorthwestThe LED indicator on the receiver module will turn green when you have sufficientsignal strength.Manual TuningIn this mode, you can navigate through all subscribed stations using the buttonson the front of the unit and remote control.1. Press the Source button until SIRIUS is displayed.2. Use the buttons on either the remote control or front of the unit to browsethrough available stations. If the station you wish to listen to is not present, you mayneed to add it to your subscription. Call 1-888-539-SIRIUS for more information.3. To store a station as a preset, hold down the Select/Mode button on the front of theunit, or the Select button on your remote control.4. You may rapidly step through the subscribed and available channels by holdingdown either the or buttons on the front of the unit and remote control.Direct TuningYou can tune directly to a channel of your choice by briefly pressing the Select buttonon the remote control. The display will show 'CHAN ---'. Enter the channel number youwish to tune to using the numeric buttons on the remote.Category TuningThis allows you to browse and select a category using the buttons on the remotecontrol.1. Press Select/Store button on the front of the unit. When the display reads 'CATMODE', you are successfully in category tuning Mode.2. Browse through the available categories by using the buttons.3. Press the buttons to browse through the available stations within the chosencategory. If the station you wish to listen to isnt present, you may need to add it toyour subscription. Call 1-888-539-SIRIUS for more information.4. If you wish to exit category mode (and allow the buttons to browse presets)simply press the Select/Mode button.23
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    Factory resetTroubleshootingTo clear all presets, and restore all settings to the factory defaults:1. Turn off the unit from the main power switch at the back.2. Hold down the Select/Mode button on the front of the unit.There is no powerEnsure the AC power cord is connected securely.Ensure the plug is fully inserted into the wall socket and is switched on.Check fuse in the mains plug or adaptor.Check the power switch is on at the back of the unit.There is no sound3. Switch on from the main power switch at the back of the unit, while continuing tohold the Select/Mode button on the front of the unit.4. The display will show the text 'Reset' and the unit will power off.Ensure that the unit is set correctly.Check that the speakers are connected correctly.Check aerial connections and an available station is selected.If using the DD30 dock make sure nothing is connected to the MP3 input on the frontof the unit.Check the unit is not in mute mode.The sound is distortedCheck aerial connections and placements.Check speaker connections.Check the iPod is inserted fully.There is a hum coming from the speakerEnsure that all cable connections are secure, particularly ground/shield connections.There is unwanted background noise and interferenceMove the unit away from other electrical equipment that is likely to cause interference.Re-orientate the aerialThe remote handset will not functionCheck that the batteries have not expired.Ensure that nothing is blocking the remote sensor.24
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    ENGLISHAR30DR30Technical specificationsDistortionAR30/DR30 specificationsAmplifier sectionPower outputTHDFrequency responseS/N ratio (ref 1w)Line input impedancesTone controlsHeadphone outputTunersBandsAerial inputsSignal to noise40 watts per channel (into 8)<0.05% 20Hz-20kHz @ 80% max power<0.009% @ 1kHz 10w10Hz - 50kHz +/-1dB>80dB A weighted47kohms (CD, DVD, Aux and MP3 inputs)+/-12dB @ 100Hz and 10kHz (shelving)3.5mm stereo mini jack 32-600ohmheadphones recommendedDD30 docking station for iPodTHDS/N ratioGeneralTrigger OutputsAR30US: AM (530-1710kHz)US: FM/VHF (88MHz to 108MHz)EU: AM (531-1620kHz)EU: FM/VHF (87.5MHz to 108MHz)DR30US: FM/VHF (88MHz to 108MHz)EU: FM/VHF (87.5MHz to 108MHz)DAB Band 3 (175MHz to 240MHz)DAB L Band (1453MHz to 1491MHz)AR30FM 75ohms, Coaxial. AM 300 ohms wireloop/single wire.DR30Combined FM/DAB: 50-75 ohms, F-Type.80dB typical (DAB)60dB typical (FM)Max. power consumptionStandby power consumptionDimensionsWeightPower Supply<0.01% @1kHz 2V rms o/p (DAB)<0.2% @ 1kHz 50kHz deviation (FM mono)<0.6% @ 1kHz 50kHz deviation (FM stereo)<0.009% @ 1kHz<-80dB re 2V output.3 x 3.5mm jack, Tip positive.Corresponding to CD, DVD and Aux inputsDR30-EU: 230V AC~ 50Hz (UK/EU/AU)DR30-CU: 115V AC~ 60Hz (CU/US)AR30-EU: 230V AC~ 50Hz (UK/EU)AR30-CU: 115V AC~ 60Hz (CU/US)300W<3W270 x 67 x 285mm (WxHxD)4.0kg (8.6lbs)25
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