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    Contents
    Important safety instructions ........................................... 2-3
    Controls .......................................................................... 4-5
    Remote control .................................................................. 6
    Before you can use this product ........................................ 7
    Language setup ................................................................. 7
    Connecting to wired network .............................................. 7
    Connecting to a wireless network ....................................... 8
    After you have connected to your network ......................... 8
    Listen to the Internet Radio .......................................... 8-10
    My favorite and My added station .............................. 11-13
    Clock Operation ..........................................................14-17
    Radio station preset ......................................................... 18
    Music player ............................................................... 19-23
    Internet Software Upgrade .......................................... 24-25
    Factory reset .................................................................... 25
    Radio Information ............................................................ 25
    Troubleshooting – connecting to an internet station ....... 26
    Headphone socket ........................................................... 27
    Line out socket (3.5mm Jack) ......................................... 27
    Specification .................................................................... 28

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    Important safety instructions
    1. Read and understand all safety and operating instructions before the
    radio is operated.

    9. Don’t install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
    stoves, or other apparatus (include amplifiers) that produce heat.

    2. Retain instruction: The safety and operating instructions should be
    retained for future reference.

    10. Don’t install defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
    grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider
    than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third
    grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for
    your safety. If the provided plug doesn’t fit into your outlet,
    consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

    3. Heed warnings. All warnings on the appliance and operating
    instructions should be followed.
    4. Follow all operations and use instructions.
    5. Water and moisture: The appliance should not be used near water.
    Do not use near a bathtub, washbowl, laundry tub, kitchen sink,
    wet basement, swimming pool, etc.
    6. Unplug the radio from the AC power outlet before cleaning. Use only a
    damp cloth for cleaning the exterior of the radio. Clean the radio only
    with dry cloth.
    7. Do not place the radio on an unstable cart, stand, bracket or table.
    The radio may fall, causing serious personal injury and damage to
    the radio.
    8. Ventilation: This radio should be situated
    so that its location or
    position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. For example,
    the radio should not be used on a bed, sofa, rug or other soft
    surfaces that may block the ventilation openings. It should not be
    placed in a built-in situation like a cabinet that may reduce air flow
    through the ventilation openings.

    11. Power sources: The radio should be operated only from the type of
    power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of
    the type of power supply to your home, consult your radio dealer or
    power company.
    12. Power cords: The power cord should be positioned so it is not
    walked on, pinched, or items placed on top of it. Pay particular
    attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
    point where they exit from the unit. Unplug the power cord by
    gripping the power plug, not the cord. Operate the radio using
    only the current type of power source indicated. If you are not sure
    of the type of power supply to your home, consult your dealer or
    local power company.
    13. Do not overload wall outlets or extension cords. This can result in a
    risk of fire or electrical shock. Never insert objects of any kind into
    the radio through opening. The objects may touch dangerous
    voltage points or short out parts. This could cause a fire or
    electrical shock.

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    14. Only use attachment/accessories specified by the manufacture.
    15. If the radio is left attended and unused for long periods of time,
    unplug it form the wall outlet. This will prevent damage caused by
    lightning or power line surges.
    16. If the radio is left unattended and unused for a long period of time,
    remove the batteries. The batteries may leak and damage furniture
    of your radio.
    17. Do not attempt to service the receiver yourself. Removing the cover
    may expose you to dangerous voltage, and will void the warranty.
    Refer all servicing to authorized service personnel.
    18. Object and Liquid Entry-Never push objects of any kind into this
    radio through opening as they may touch dangerous voltage points
    or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.
    Never spill liquid of any kind of product.
    19. The appliance should be serviced by qualified service
    personnel when:
    A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged.
    B. Objects have fallen or liquid had been spilled into the radio.
    C. The radio has been exposed to rain or water.
    D. The radio does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a
    marked change in performance.
    E. The radio has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.

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    Controls
    (Front)

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.

    POWER button
    TIMER button
    VOLUME button
    BAND button
    LCD display
    INFO button
    EQ button

    8.
    9.
    10.
    11.
    12.
    13.

    BACK button
    STOP button
    FORWARD button
    TUNING knob
    Infra-red sensor
    Headphone socket
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    Controls
    (Rear)

    14.
    15.
    16.
    17.

    5

    FM antenna
    LINE OUT jack (right)
    LINE OUT jack (left)
    LAN socket (Ethernet)

    18. USB socket
    19. Power cord socket
    20. Wi-Fi antenna



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    Remote control
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E.
    F.
    G.
    H.
    I.
    J.
    K.
    L.
    M.
    N
    O.
    P.
    Q.

    Power button
    VOLUME buttons
    Radio Preset buttons 1-6 and 10.
    Radio Preset buttons 7-9 also for back, pause and forward
    STOP button
    TUNE UP button
    TUNE DOWN button
    Forward button
    Back button
    Enter button
    INFO button
    TIMER button
    Music player button
    FM button
    iRadio button
    Mute button
    EQ button

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    Before you can use this product

    Connecting to wired network

    Before you can use your Internet radio, you must have the following:
    A broadband Internet connection or
    A wireless access point (Wi-Fi) or a wired Ethernet connection
    (10 or 100 M bits/sec with RJ45 connection) connected to your
    broadband Internet, preferably via a router. In many cases the
    broadband modem, router and wireless access point will be a single
    combined unit supplied by your Internet Service Provider or bought
    from a computer store.
    If your wireless network is configured to use Wired Equivalent Privacy
    (WEP) or Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) data encryption then you
    need to know the WEP or WPA key so you can get the Internet radio
    to communicate with the network.

    (The direction of Wired selection is
    System setup > Internet setup > Wizard > Wired)
    1. If planning to use a wired network, connect the Ethernet cable into
    the LAN (RJ-45) socket at the back of the radio.
    (If a wired connection is present then the radio will use this in
    preference to a wireless connection).
    2. Turn on the radio by pressing POWER button.
    3. Rotate the TUNING knob until “System setup” is shown, the press
    the TUNING knob.
    4. Press the TUNING knob again to enter the Internet setup.
    5. Press the Tuning knob again to enter the Wizard, and the display
    will show “Network wizard scanning”, then shows all the
    internet connections.
    6. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “[Wired]” is pointed. Then press the
    TUNING knob. And the display will show “Please wait connecting”
    and then show “connected”. Then press the BACK button twice to go
    back to the main menu.

    IMPORTANT:
    Before you continue, make sure that your wireless access point or
    router is powered up and working with your broadband Internet service
    (use your computer to verify this). To get this part of the system working
    you must read the instructions supplied with the wireless access point
    or router.

    Language setup
    (The direction of Language setup is
    Main menu > System setup > Language)
    1. Language setup selects the user interface language.
    2. Press the Back button if needed until “Main menu “ is shown.
    3. Rotate and press the TUNING knob to enter “Main menu”, then enter
    “System setup”, then “Language”.
    4. Rotate and press the TUNING knob to select the language
    of user interface.

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    If you have problems with your wired connection, the lights by the
    LAN (RJ-45) connector may help you to identify the possible cause of
    the problem:
    Green ON = Link established, Flashing = Data transfer
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    Connecting to a wireless network

    After you have connected to your network

    (The direction of Wired selection is
    System setup > Internet setup > Wizard > …)
    1. In the environment with WiFi access point (AP), turn on the radio by
    pressing the POWER button.
    2. Rotate the TUNING knob until “System setup” is shown, the press
    the TUNING knob.
    3. Press the TUNING knob again to enter the Internet setup.
    4. Press the Tuning knob again to enter the Wizard, and the display
    will show all the Internet connections.
    5. Rotate the TUNING knob until the wireless internet connection you
    would like to connect with is pointed. Press the TUNING knob.
    6. If there is a security password should be entered, the display will
    show “key:” and use rotating and pressing the TUNING knob to enter
    the password.
    the ‘<’ symbol = back space
    the ‘ ’ symbol = enter
    the ‘C’ symbol = cancel

    Band selection (under the main menu)
    There are 3 bands in this device which are
    1. Internet radio
    2. Music player
    3. FM
    There are 3 ways of switch amount these bands,:
    a. Press the BAND button on the unit or
    b. Use the TUNING knob under the main menu or
    c. Press iRadio (Internet Radio), FM , Mplayer or DAB buttons on
    the remote control.

    7. When the wireless is connected, press BACK button twice to go
    back to the main menu.

    Listen to the Internet Radio
    (The direction of Time menu is Main menu > Internet radio>…)
    1. Press the POWER button to switch on the radio.
    2. When the first item ”Internet radio” is pointed, press the
    TUNING knob. And the radio will play the last played radio station.
    If you would like to select the Internet radio station, follow the
    instruction below. (If it is not in the main menu, press the
    BACK button until you see “Main menu”, then press the
    TUNING knob).
    3. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “Station” is pointed, and then press
    the TUNING button.
    4. Then the display shows the 5 ways of internet radio
    station searching:
    * To go back to the previous menu, press the BACK button.

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    By Location enables you to choose a radio station from the list first by geographic
    region and then by country.
    a. When “Location” is pointed, press the TUNING knob, then the display
    shows the continents.
    b. Rotate the TUNING knob until the desired continent is pointed,
    then press the knob to select the continent. Then use the same way
    to select the country (and state).
    c. Use the same way to select the music type.
    d. Press the TUNING knob to select the radio station and listen to it.
    By Genre enables you to choose radio stations according to their content,
    for example Classic, Rock, Sport, News, etc.
    a. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “Genre” is pointed. Then press
    the TUNING knob.
    b. Rotate the TUNING knob to scroll through the list of genre
    (music types), and press the TUNING knob to select the music type.
    c. Use the same way to select the country.
    d. Use the same way to select the radio station and listen to it.

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    By Search station
    a. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “Search station” is pointed.
    Then press the TUNING knob.
    b. Rotate the TUNING knob, the display will show the numbers
    and letters.
    c. Input the key word of the radio station name you would like to
    search for, by rotating the TUNING knob, pressing the BACK,
    FORWARD buttons to select the letter or number, and press the
    TUNING knob to input the letter or number. When entering the key,
    the ‘<’ symbol = back space
    the ‘ ’ symbol = enter
    the ‘C’ symbol = cancel
    d. When the key word is typed, set the enter‘ ’ to be flashing then
    press the TUNING knob. It will pop out the result of radio stations.
    e. Rotate the TUNING knob to select the ratio station and press the
    TUNING knob to enter the radio station.
    By Popular station
    a. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “Popular station” is pointed.
    Then press the TUNING knob.
    b. The display will show the most popular radio stations.
    Rotate the TUNING knob to select the station, then press it to
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    By New station
    a. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “New station” is pointed.
    Then press the TUNING knob.
    b. The display will show the newest listed radio stations.
    Rotate the TUNING knob to select the station, then press it to
    tune into the station.
    Podcast
    (The direction of Podcast is
    Main menu > Internet radio > Podcast)
    Allows users to navigate to Podcast and listen-again services by
    location, genre, or by doing a search by alphabets.
    1. Rotate and press the TUNING knob to navigate to the direction of
    Main menu Internet radio Podcast.
    2. After entering the Podcast sub-menu, it will show 3 searching ways
    of Podcast stations, which are Location, Genre and Alphabets.
    3. To search by Alphabet, key in the keyword then select enter ‘ ’ by
    rotating and pressing the TUNING knob. Or select clear ‘C’ to end the
    Alphabet searching.

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    My favorite and My added station
    The function of my favorite and My added stations allows you to add
    internet radio stations on Frontier’s website and listen to those stations
    on your radio.
    Before the 1st time you use these 2 functions, please follow the
    instruction to register the website:
    1. Rotate the TUNING knob to enter the direction of Main
    menu>>Internet radio>>Help>>Get access code. The display will
    show the Access code.
    2. Visit the website using your computer
    http://www.wifiradio-frontier.com/ then click on “register here”
    and fill out the form with the access code shown on the display.
    You can leave blank on “WiFi radio model”.

    3. After the registration, the webpage shows “My favorite” and
    “My added station” for operating these 2 functions. After this one
    time registration, every time you would like to use these functions,
    just go to the website: and enter the email address and password.

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    A. My favorite
    1. After log in the website, on the computer, use Browse or Search for
    stations to find a station, and then click the “Add” icon, and the
    station is added to My favorite folder.
    2. Rotate and press the TUNING knob to enter the direction of
    Main menu>>Internet radio>>My favorites, and the radio display
    will show the stations that you have added to My favorite from
    your computer.
    3. Rotate and press the TUNING knob to enter the station you would
    like to listen to.
    B. My added stations
    It allows you to add the internet radio stations while you know the web
    address of the internet radios.
    1. After log in the website, on the computer, click on the arrow under
    My added stations and it will show as below:

    2. Fill out the form. Please mind that radio station URL has to be follow
    the form as described on the webpage.
    3. Rotate and press the TUNING knob, of the radio, to the direction of
    Main menu>> Internet radio >> My added stations. And you will
    see the stations you added on the radio display.
    4. Rotate and press the TUNING knob to enter the station you would
    like to listen to.

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    Listen to the FM Radio
    (The direction of Time menu is Main menu > FM)
    1. Press the POWER button to switch on the radio.
    2. Press the FM button on the remote control, then go to step 5,
    or go to the main menu. (If it is not in the main menu, press the
    BACK button until you see “Main menu”, then press the
    TUNING knob).
    3. Go to the main menu. (If it is not in the main menu, press the BACK
    button until you see “Main menu”, then press the TUNING knob).
    4. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “FM” is pointed, and then press
    the TUNING button.
    5. Rotate the TUNING knob to select the FM radio station frequency,
    then listen to it.

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    Clock Operation
    Setting the time
    (The direction of Time menu is
    Main menu > System setup > Time setup >Set clock)
    1. Go into the main menu. (press the BACK button to go to the top
    menu if it is not under the top menu). Rotate the TUNING knob until
    the “Main menu” is pointed. Then press the TUNING knob.
    2. Use the same way to enter the “System setup”.
    3. Use the same way to enter the “Time setup”.
    4. Use the same way to enter the “Set clock”.
    5. Rotate the TUNING knob to set the hour digits.
    6. Press the TUNING knob and rotate it to set the minute digits.
    7. Press the TUNING knob then the time is set.
    Setting the date
    (The direction of Date menu is
    Main menu > System setup > Time setup >Set date)
    8. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “Set date” is pointed.
    Then press the TUNING knob.
    9. Rotate the TUNING knob to set the month, then press the
    TUNING knob.
    10. Rotate the TUNING knob to set the date, then press the
    TUNING knob.
    11. Rotate the TUNING knob to set the year, then press the
    TUNING knob. Then the date is set.
    * You can always start over the menu to the top level by pressing the
    BACK button.

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    Auto update (for DAB version)
    Auto update menu allows the user to select whether or not the time is
    to be synchronized with the DAB broadcaster clock. If ‘No update’
    is selected, then the clock remains as manually set by the user.

    Sleep timer
    (The direction of Sleep menu is
    Main menu > System setup > Time setup >Sleep)
    Your radio can be set to turn off after a preset time has elapsed.
    The sleep setting can be adjusted to 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes.

    Set 12/24 hour
    (The direction of 12/24 hour menu is
    Main menu > System setup > Time setup >Set 12/24 hour)
    The Set 12/24 hour menu allows selection of clock display format for
    either 12 or 24 hour.
    1. Same way as how to set the time and date: Rotate and press the
    TUNING knob to enter the Set 12/24 hour, by the direction of
    Main menu System settings Time setup Set 12/24 hour.
    2. Rotate the TUNING knob and press it to “Select Set 12 hour”
    or “Select Set 24 hour”.

    1. Press the TIMER button on the front panel and go to #4. Or,
    go into the main menu. (press the BACK button to go to the top
    menu if it is not under the top menu). Rotate the TUNING knob until
    the “Main menu” is pointed. Then press the TUNING knob.
    2. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “System setup” is pointed,
    then press the TUNING knob.
    3. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “Time setup” is pointed,
    then press the TUNING knob.
    4. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “Sleep” is pointed, then press the
    TUNING knob.
    5. Rotate the TUNING knob to set the sleep timer time as 15, 30, 45 or
    60 minutes, or off. And press the TUNING knob. And it is set.
    * To turn off the sleep timer, just select “OFF” under the same menu.

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    Setting alarms
    (The direction of Alarm menu is
    Main menu > System setup > Time setup >Alarms)
    The radio must have the clock / date set to use the alarm functionality.
    1. The alarms menu can be accessed in two ways:
    i. Press the TIMER button on the unit or the remote control.
    Then rotate the TUNING knob until you see Alarm 1 and Alarm 2.
    ii. As a submenu off the Time menu
    (Main menu > System setup > Time setup > Alarms)
    a. Press the BACK button until you see the “Main menu”.
    Then press the TUNING knob.
    b. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “System setup” is pointed,
    then press the TUNING knob.
    c. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “Time setup” is pointed,
    then press the TUNING knob.
    d. Rotate the TUNING knob until the “Alarms” is pointed,
    then press the TUNING knob.
    2. When you get into the Alarms menu, the display shows Alarm1 and
    Alarm 2. There are 2 alarms for setting up. Rotate the TUNING knob
    to select Alarm 1 or Alarm 2, then press the TUNING knob.
    3. Set up the alarm time:
    a. When the “TIME” is pointed, press the TUNING knob.
    Then rotate the TUNING knob to set the hour digit.
    b. Press the TUNING knob and rotate it to set the minutes.
    Then press the TUNING knob.
    4. Turn on the alarm:
    a. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “OFF” is pointed.
    b. Press the TUNING knob to let it showing “ON”.

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    5. Set the alarm mode (Buzzer, Internet radio, FM, last listed,
    or Preset)
    a. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “Mode” is pointed.
    Then press the TUNING knob. Then rotate the TUNING knob to
    select the “Buzzer”, ”Internet radio”, ”or FM”. Then press the
    TUNING knob. Or you can also
    b. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “Last listed” is pointed,
    and press the TUNING knob. Then select “Last listed or Preset
    (if Preset is programmed). And then press the TUNING knob.
    6. Set the alarm Volume:
    a. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “Volume” is pointed,
    and press the TUNING knob.
    b. Rotate the TUNING knob to adjust the alarm volume.
    Then press the TUNING knob.
    7. Save the alarm: The settings will not be saved and activated until the
    ‘Save’ menu item has been selected. If ‘Save’ is not selected and the
    Alarm Setting menu is exited, then any updated values will be lost.
    Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “Save” is pointed, then press the
    TUNING knob. Then the alarm is saved and activated.

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    Turn off the alarm
    1. By rotating and pressing the TUNING knob to the direction of
    Main menu > System setup > Time setup >Alarms.
    2. Rotate the TUNING knob to let which alarm you would like to turn off.
    Then press the TUNING knob.
    3. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “On ” is pointed, then press the
    TUNING knob.
    4. Then “OFF” will be shown.
    5. Rotate the TUNING knob to let the “Save” is pointed, then press the
    TUNING knob. Then the alarm is off.



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    Radio station preset
    Presets are available in the following modes:
    Internet Radio
    DAB
    FM
    On the remote control, a short press on the numbers is used to recall
    a preset; a long hold of a key is used to store a preset.
    The example below is for DAB:

    If the preset is currently unset, then another splash screen is displayed
    with ‘Preset empty’ on the bottom line:

    In the case of DAB, FM and Internet radio, presets point to a
    defined service. This is not possible in Music Player mode,
    which consequently has no presets.
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    Music player
    (Playing music stored in computer)
    The Media Player allows you to play audio files which are stored on a
    computer or a computer on your network.
    Your radio supports two file access methods. It can connect to
    Shard Folders on the network. It can also connect with file server
    applications using the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) protocol
    known as Shared Media.
    All of the supported file types are playable in Windows Shares mode.
    When using a UPnP server, the playable file types are dependant on
    the server software used. For example, Microsoft Windows Media
    Player11 can serve MP3, WMA and WAV files. To be able to play the
    other supported file types via UPnP you may need to install additional
    third-party software.
    When using Windows Shares, music selection is by Artist, by Album
    and optionally by track within an Album. When using a Shared Media
    UPnP server, the search and selection criteria are determined by the
    server, but typically include additional options such as Genre. Many
    server applications also allow you to access files according to the
    folders within which they are stored.

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    Shared Folders Setup
    Computer:
    Configuring a shared drive
    Setting up your Windows PC to allow the radio to access your audio
    files via Windows Shares.
    1. Ensure that your PC is available on the same network as your
    Internet radio. Using Windows Explorer, locate the folder where
    your audio files are stored.
    2. Right click on the folder.
    3. Select ‘Properties’.
    4. Click on ‘Sharing’.
    5. Select ‘Share this folder on the network’ and ‘Allow network users
    to change my files’.
    Wi-Fi Radio:
    username and password for PC if one has been set After the shared
    folders are set on the PC, set up the radio so that it knows the
    username and password (if one has been set) for the shared folder
    on the PC. The direction is shown in the figure below:

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    Suggestion:
    To ensure the sound quality, please use ADSL, cable or better bandwidth connections for
    internet access.

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    Locate the audio file of Shared Folders using the radio
    1. Turn on the radio. Press the BACK button and use the TUNING knob
    to access the Main menu, and under the main menu, access the
    Shared folders.
    2. It will show all the names of computers on the network. Rotate and
    press the TUNING knob to select the computer. If the computer’s
    security setting is required, the radio may ask for a user name
    and password.
    3. The radio will show all the shared folders. Rotate and press the
    TUNING knob to select the folder and music you should like to
    listen to.
    4. When the music is playing, use the BACK and FORWARD buttons
    to select next/previous track, press STOP button to stop the playing.
    5. To go back to the previous menu, rotate the TUNING knob and press
    the BACK button.

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    Shared Media (UPnP) Set up
    Shard Media uses Windows Media Player (WMP) 11 and above as
    media server. This mode does not require any setting in the radio,
    but the PC needs to be configured to allow the radio access to
    the media. You will only have to do it once, following the next steps.
    1. If your PC is running Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Vista then
    you can use Microsoft’s Windows Media Player 11 (WMP 11) to act
    as your UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) media server. If not already
    installed on your PC, Windows Media Player 11 may be downloaded
    from Microsoft’s website and installed it, or by using Microsoft’s
    Windows Update facility.
    2. Once installed, WMP 11 can create a library from all the media files
    available to it on your PC. To add new media files to the library,
    select ‘File > Add to Library… > Advanced Options’, click ‘Add’ and
    choose the files you wish to add and click ‘OK’.

    The Internet radio is presented as an “Unknown Device”.
    Make sure that the device has access to the shared media
    by selecting it and clicking <Allow>. Then click <OK>.
    The PC is now ready to stream the music to the radio.

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    Locate the audio file of Shared Media(UPnP) using the radio
    Once the Shared Media (UPnP) server has been configured to share
    media files with your Internet radio, you select the files that you wish to
    play as follows:
    1. Turn on the radio. Press the BACK button and use the TUNING knob
    to access the Main menu, and under the main menu, access the
    Shared Media.
    2. It will show all the names of computers on the network.
    Rotate and press the TUNING knob to select the computer.
    If the computer’s security setting is required, the radio may ask for a
    user name and password.
    3. The radio will now list the media categories which are made available
    by the UPnP server - for example, ‘Music’ and ‘Playlists’.
    4. Rotate and press the TUNING knob repeatedly to select the media
    files that you wish to play.
    5. When the music is playing, use the BACK and FORWARD buttons
    to select next/previous track, press STOP button to stop the playing.
    6. To go back to the previous menu, rotate the TUNING knob and press
    the BACK button.
    Note:
    In Shared Media (UPnP) mode the search criteria offered and the file
    types made available to the radio are a function of the UPnP server
    software installed on your PC.

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    Media selection
    Whether you access your files using Windows Shares or using Shared
    Media(UPnP), the file selection mechanisms are the same. The only
    difference between the two methods is that when using Shared Media
    (UPnP) you will generally have a wider choice of search criteria,
    as determined by the Shared Media (UPnP) server software on your
    computer. Some third party server applications allow customization of
    the search criteria and indexing methods, which can be useful if you
    have a very large collection of stored music files.
    The selection mechanism allows you to search by a given information
    type (Album, Artist, etc.) and then to narrow the search, either just to an
    album or to a particular track within an album. The selected album or
    track is then added to a queue of tracks to be played. You can add more
    albums or tracks to the queue while music is playing, or you can jump
    between tracks in the queue. You can also clear the queue if you wish
    to make a fresh selection. The searches described here are examples of
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    Internet Software Upgrade
    There are two mechanisms to upgrade the radio.

    Upgrade via Internet
    The main one, and the only one available though the menu system is
    the Internet Software Upgrade. To access this feature:
    1. Rotate and press the TUNING knob to navigate to the Software
    upgrade option in the menu. The direction is:
    Main Menu System setup Software upgrade

    If there is a newer version of software available, the user will be asked
    to confirm the upgrade. Once the process is initiated, a progress bar
    will show in the display and a splash screen displayed periodically will
    remind the user not to remove power. This is very important in order to
    keep the radio operational. If the radio lost power during the upgrade,
    it may restart automatically in USB upgrade mode.
    Once the process completes, the user is presented with the result
    (either upgrade successful or failed). If successful, pressing <select>
    will restart the radio with the new software.
    Note:
    After a software upgrade all the user settings are preserved.

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    Factory reset
    Upgrade via USB
    A user may choose to use this method instead of Internet Software
    Upgrade if a network connection is not available or the power was
    removed from the radio during Internet software upgrade, the radio
    needs to have an upgradeable binary within the Flash and you need an
    upgrade.exe for the binary.
    You also need a cable to connect the radio to a PC. Not all releases are
    provided with suitable .exe upgrade files.
    It is important that the USB cable should only be connected during the
    actual upgrade, and should be removed once the upgrade is complete.
    1. Start the upgrade.exe utility on the PC.
    2. Utility will ask you to run the Software upgrade wizard on the
    Wi-Fi radio.
    3. If the radio is not yet in upgrade mode (showing the text “Waiting
    for PC wizard…”), enter the Software upgrade mode by removing the
    power, then holding down the keys <skip backwd> and <skip fwd>
    while turning the radio on again.
    4. The upgrade will automatically start and takes approximately
    2 minutes. Upon completion, the radio will automatically reboot
    and load the new software.

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    (The direction of Factory reset is
    Main menu > System setup > Factory reset)
    If you wish to completely reset your radio to its initial state this may be
    performed by following this procedure.
    1. Turn on the radio by pressing the POWER button.
    2. Rotate and press the TUNING knob to enter the sub-menu of
    Factory reset. The direction is
    Main menu > System setup > Factory reset.
    3. After entering the Factory reset, and press SELECT to confirm rest.
    Then press the TUNING knob. And the display will show “Restarting”
    for several seconds.
    4. When the display shows “Welcome to Internet radio”,
    the Factory reset is done.

    Radio Information
    Under the sub-menu “Info”, you can check the radio software version
    and radio ID. Rotate and press the TUNING knob to navigate the
    direction of Main menu >Info> and the display will show “SW version”,
    and “Radio ID”. Enter either of them to check the information.



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    Troubleshooting – connecting to an internet station

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    Headphone socket
    A 3.5mm Headphone Socket located on the front of your radio is
    provided for use with headphones.

    Line out socket (3.5mm Jack)
    A3.5mm Line Out socket located on the rear of your radio is provided
    for connecting the audio signal to an external amplifier. Set the volume
    control on the radio to minimum if desired.

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    Specification
    Power: AC 230 volts, 50 Hz, or AC 110 volts, 60 Hz. 8 Walts.
    Connectivity Wired Ethernet Wi-Fi 10/100M bits/sec via
    RJ-45 802.11b and 802.11g supported WEP and WPA
    encryption supported. 2.4-2.4835 GHz

    If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product please note that: Waste electrical products should not
    be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for
    recycling advice. (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive)

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