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    DAB-50

    Operation Manual
    DAB/FM Tuner



  • Page 2

    ACCESSORIES
    Accessories
    CONTROL/TUNING

    POWER

    1

    1 x DAB-50
    1 x Remote control
    2 x Batteries (Optional)
    1 x DAB/FM Antenna (Optional)
    1 x Operation Manual

    2

    3

    4

    DAB/FM

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO

    PRESS TO SELECT

    +

    +

    DAB-50 DAB/FM-TUNER

    DAB-50

    Operation Manual
    DAB/FM Tuner

    This operation manual supplies all the information that you need to have about your Tangent DAB-50.
    Please read this operation manual carefully before you start using the unit!

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    CONTENTS
    ACCESSORIES
    Accessories

    ADJUSTING THE ANTENNA
    Adjusting the antenna

    01

    OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS

    CONTENTS
    Contents

    ON, OFF and standby
    Info and function
    DAB tuning
    Saving and selecting channels
    FM tuning

    02

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
    Safety precautions

    TROUBLESHOOTING
    Troubleshooting

    TECHNICAL DATA
    Technical data
    06

    CONNECTION
    Connection to the mains

    07

    REMOTE CONTROL
    Installation of batteries
    Using the remote control
    Remote control functions

    08
    08
    09

    FRONT PANEL AND CONNECTIONS
    Front panel
    Connections

    10
    11

    CONNECTION
    Audio connection layout

    17

    04

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION
    Important information

    14
    14
    15
    15
    16

    03

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    Important safety instructions

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    12

    02

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    A triangle with a lightning symbol draws the user's attention
    to "dangerous voltage" without insulation in the cabinet
    which may be high enough to entail a risk of electric shock.

    A triangle with an exclamation mark draws the user's
    attention to important instructions for use and maintenance
    in the accompanying manual, which should be studied.

    A symbol for CLASS II (double insulation)

    WARNING:

    TO MINIMISE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
    THE UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET AS IT
    CONTAINS DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. ONLY QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS ARE
    ALLOWED TO CARRY OUT REPAIR AND SERVICE.

    CAUTION:

    If the plug of the power cord needs to be replaced, it is important that the replacement
    is identical to the plug to be replaced, or that the new plug has been recommended by
    the manufacturer

    TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK, IT IS IMPORTANT TO INSERT THE PLUG
    CORRECTLY INTO THE SOCKET.

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    WARNING: IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ AND OBSERVE BOTH THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL AND
    THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE UNIT. KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
    This unit was designed and manufactured with a view to providing maximum safety for the user. Incorrect use of
    the unit may cause electrical shock or fire. The protection devices built into this unit will protect the user if the
    procedures below are observed in connection with installation, use and repair. This unit is fully electronic and
    contains no parts that can be repaired by the user.
    DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET. RISK OF DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. ONLY QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS ARE
    ALLOWED TO REPAIR THE UNIT.

    Heat
    Do not place the unit near
    sources of heat such as radiators,
    heat registers, ovens or other
    units that produce heat.

    Read the manual
    Upon unpacking the unit,
    please read the manual
    carefully and observe all the
    instructions given.

    Power supply
    Only the power supply indicated on the
    rating plate must be used for this unit.
    If you are not sure which power supply
    you have, please contact the distributor
    or the local electricity supplier.

    Water and moisture
    The unit must not be placed
    close to water, such as bathtub,
    wash basin, kitchen sink or
    laundry tub, in a damp cellar or
    close to a swimming pool, etc.

    Cleaning
    Unplug the unit before cleaning.
    Do not use liquid detergents and
    aerosol cleaning agents. Use a
    dry cloth.

    Earthing or polarisation
    If the plug cannot be inserted properly into the
    socket, or if the plug does not fit, the unit must not
    be used in your country.

    Power cords
    Wiring must be organised to
    prevent people from stepping on
    the cables and to avoid pinching
    by objects placed on or beside
    them. Take special care around
    sockets and plug boxes and
    where the power cords leave the
    unit.

    Ventilation
    The cabinet is provided with slots and
    openings to ensure ventilation and reliable
    operation and to protect the unit against
    overheating. Do not block or cover these
    openings. The openings must never be
    blocked, for instance by placing the unit on
    a bed, a sofa, a carpet or similar surface.

    Overloading
    Make sure that wall sockets,
    extension cords and plug
    boxes are not overloaded as
    this may lead to fire or
    electrical shock.

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    Lightning
    Unplug the unit for additional
    protection during thunder or when
    the unit is not used for prolonged
    periods. This will prevent damage
    to the unit from lightning and
    power surges.

    Penetration of objects and liquid
    Never push any foreign objects
    through the openings into the unit,
    as they may touch dangerous
    voltage points or short-circuit parts
    and thus cause fire or electric
    shock. Do not spill liquid on the
    unit.

    Accessories
    Do not place the unit on unstable surfaces such as a
    trolley, stand, tripod, shelf or table. The unit
    may fall and injure children or adults or
    be seriously damaged. Use only trolley,
    stand, tripod, shelf or table that is very
    stable or provided with the unit. The unit
    must be installed in accordance with the
    manufacturer's instructions and by means of
    installation equipment recommended by the
    manufacturer.
    If the unit is placed on a trolley, the trolley must be
    moved very carefully. Sudden stops, unnecessary
    force and uneven surfaces may cause the trolley to
    turn over.

    Loads
    Do not place heavy loads on the
    unit and do not step on it. The load
    may fall and cause serious injury to
    persons or damage to the unit.

    Damage
    Unplug the unit and contact qualified technicians in
    the following cases:
    A) If the power cord or the plug is damaged.
    B) If liquid has been spilled on the unit or objects
    have fallen into the unit.
    C) If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
    D) If the unit does not work properly after adhering to
    the instructions in the operation manual. Only the
    settings described in the operation manual must be
    made as incorrect setting may result in damage and
    often will make it difficult for a qualified technician to
    make the unit work properly again.
    E) If the unit has been dropped or damaged in any
    other way.
    F) When the operation of the unit changes
    drastically, the unit requires service.

    Service
    Do not attempt to carry out any
    service work yourself. By opening or
    removing the cabinet, you will be
    exposed to dangerous voltage or
    other hazards. Any service work
    should be carried out by qualified
    technicians.
    Spare parts
    If spare parts are required, make sure that the
    service technician uses spare parts specified by the
    manufacturer or spare parts with the same
    characteristics as the original. Unauthorised spare
    parts may cause fire, electrical shock, etc.

    Safety check
    After service or repairs on the unit,
    ask the service technician to carry
    out a safety check to ensure that
    the unit is ready for use.

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    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    Handling instructions

    Condensation
    Condensation may occur in the following cases:

    The top and back panel of the unit may become
    warm after prolonged use. This is not due to a
    defect.

    When the unit is moved directly from a cold to a
    warm place.

    Turn off the power when the unit is not used.

    When the unit is used in a room where the
    radiator has just been switched on or a place
    where the cold air from the air-conditioning
    system is directed at the unit.

    Protect the power cord

    If the unit is used in the summer in a warm and
    humid room just after it has been moved from an
    air-conditioned room.

    Follow the instructions below to prevent
    abnormal operation, electrical shock, fire or
    personal injury:
    Hold the plug firmly when inserting it into the
    socket.
    Avoid heat-producing devices.
    Do not place objects on the power cord.
    Do not carry out service work on or change the
    power cord.

    If there is steam or a high level of humidity in the
    room.
    In case of condensation, the unit will not work
    properly. Turn off the unit. Unplug the unit and leave
    it for 2-3 hours. The unit will then have adapted to
    the environment and any condensation will have
    disappeared.

    Positioning
    Do not place the unit in any of the fol. places:
    In sunlight, close to heat-producing devices or in
    an enclosed rack.
    In places with high temperatures (40C or more)
    or high relative humidity (90% or more).
    In dirty places as some internal parts may be
    damaged.

    Do not put your fingers or any
    other objects into the unit
    Touching the internal parts is dangerous and
    may cause injury or damage. Do not open the
    cabinet.
    Do not place any foreign matter in the unit.

    Interference
    Placing the unit near a television set, radio or
    video player may cause poor picture and sound
    quality. In that case, move the unit further away
    from the television set, radio or video player.

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    CONNECTION
    Connection to the mains
    Stereo Output

    Optical Output

    Antenna

    Contrast
    Model: DAB-50
    Power Rating 230-240 V AC~50Hz
    Max Power Consumption: 30W
    Item No.:

    11048.01

    Serial No.:

    Do not turn on the power before all connections have been made correctly.
    Check that all connections have been made correctly before turning on the
    power.
    Check that the mains voltage is 230-240V AC50Hz before turning on the
    power.

    Connection to the mains
    Check that all other connections have been made correctly before inserting the mains plug into the wall
    socket.
    Then insert the plug into a suitable socket.
    If the unit is to be used abroad, you may need an adapter.

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    REMOTE CONTROL
    Installation of batteries
    Remove the cover as illustrated.

    Replace the cover.

    Position two batteries of the type
    AAA/R03/UM4 in the battery
    compartment. Make sure that the
    orientation of the batteries is correct (see
    drawing at bottom).

    Do not mix new and old batteries and do not use different types of batteries.
    If the remote control is not used for prolonged periods, remove the batteries from the remote control
    to avoid corrosion.

    Using the remote control
    CONTROL/TUNING

    Direct the remote control at the sensor on the front
    panel of the unit. When the remote control signal is
    received, the unit reacts accordingly. The remote
    control works within a range of 6 metres.

    POWER

    2

    1

    3

    4

    DAB/FM

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO

    PRESS TO SELECT
    DAB-50 DAB/FM-TUNER

    InfraredSensor

    +

    +

    Sometimes the remote control does not work well in strong light. You may have to move the unit if it is a
    problem.
    Malfunction may occur if other remote controls are used near the unit.
    Do not place any objects on the remote control, as the batteries may become flat if a key is depressed
    constantly.
    Make sure that there are no obstacles between remote control and unit.
    Do not position the unit behind tinted glass as it may reduce the maximum range of the remote control.

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    REMOTE CONTROL
    Remote control functions

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    DAB-50 FUNCTIONS:
    Scroll +/-:: Switches between DAB and FM
    stations.
    Select:: Switches between MONO and
    AUTO on the FM band, and selects the
    DAB station displayed.
    1-4 : Selects stored stations. If depressed
    for more than 2 seconds, a station is stored
    under the number concerned.
    Power:: Sets the DAB-50 in standby mode.
    Autotune:: Press once to automatic tune in
    to DAB stations. Depress button for 2
    seconds to initiate an international search.
    At FM, the autotune function will search for
    a station at a higher frequency.
    Info:: Displays RDS and DAB information.
    Function:: Switches between DAB and FM.
    CDP-50 FUNCTIONS:
    Eject:: Opens the CD tray.
    Program:: Allows playback of the music
    tracks on a CD in a certain order.
    Stop:: Stops playback.
    Previous:: Selects the previous track.
    Depress button to rewind.
    Play/Pause:: Starts and pauses playback.
    Repeat:: Repeats a single track or all tracks
    on a CD.
    Power:: Sets the CDP-50 in standby mode.
    Next:: Selects the next track. Depress
    button for fast forward.
    Random:: All tracks are played in random
    order.
    AMP-50 FUNCTIONS
    Input buttons: Selects input of amplifier.
    Treble:: Adjusts treble level by means of
    VOL + and -.
    Bass:: Adjusts bass level by means of VOL
    + and -.
    Power:: Sets the AMP-50 in standby mode.
    Volume+/-:: Adjusts the master volume.

    Some of the functions of the unit can only be performed by means of the remote control. Some functions are
    connected with the selected signal input source. Some buttons on the remote control may therefore not be
    available if the corresponding signal input source has not been selected.

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    FRONT PANEL AND CONNECTIONS
    Front panel
    CONTROL/TUNING

    POWER

    1

    2

    3

    4

    DAB/FM

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO

    PRESS TO SELECT
    DAB-50 DAB/FM-TUNER

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    1 Mains switch: Used to interrupt the mains voltage.
    2 LED indicator: Lights green when the unit is turned on. Lights red when the unit is in

    standby mode or in operation.
    3 Preset no. 1: Selects the station saved under no. 1. If the button is depressed for
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8

    9
    10

    more than two seconds, a station is saved under the current number.
    Preset no. 2: Selects the station saved under no. 2. If the button is depressed for
    more than two seconds, a station is saved under the current number.
    Preset no. 3:: Selects the station saved under no. 3. If the button is depressed for
    more than two seconds, a station is saved under the current number.
    Preset no. 4:: Selects the station saved under no. 4. If the button is depressed for
    more than two seconds, a station is saved under the current number.
    DAB/FM:: Switches between DAB and FM.
    Autotune:: Press once to automatic tune in to DAB stations. Depress the button for
    two seconds to initiate an international search. At FM, the autotune function will search
    for a station at a higher frequency.
    Info:: Switches between RDS and DAB information (program information, time and
    date, signal strength, etc.).
    Adjusting button:: Used to switch between the tuned in DAB stations. Manual tuner in
    FM mode.

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    FRONT PANEL AND CONNECTIONS
    Connections
    Stereo Output

    Optical Output

    Antenna

    Contrast
    Model: DAB-50
    Power Rating 230-240 V AC~50Hz
    Max Power Consumption: 30W
    Item No.:

    11048.01

    Serial No.:

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    1 Stereo Output:: Analogue stereo output. For connection to stereo amplifier or receiver

    with analogue input.
    2 Optical Outputt : Optical SPDIF output. For connection to stereo amplifier or receiver

    with digital input.
    3 Antenna
    a: For connection of the supplied antenna or for the communal antenna system.
    4 Contrastt : For adjustment of display contrast.
    5 AC inputt : For connection of mains voltage. Make sure that the plug has been correctly

    inserted, and that the voltage corresponds to the text printed on the back panel of the
    cabinet.

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    CONNECTION
    Audio connection layout

    Stereo Output

    Optical Output

    Contrast

    Antenna

    Model: DAB-50
    Power Rating 230-240 V AC~50Hz
    Max Power Consumption: 30W
    Item No.:

    11048.01

    Serial No.:

    Digital amplifier/receiver
    VOLUME

    POWER
    HEADPHONE
    PHONO

    TUNER

    DVD

    CD

    AUX 1

    AUX 2

    FUNCTION

    AMP-50 AMPLIFIER

    Subwoofer
    (Optional)

    Analog amplifier/receiver
    VOLUME

    POWER
    HEADPHONE
    PHONO

    TUNER

    DVD

    CD

    AUX 1

    AUX 2

    FUNCTION

    AMP-50 AMPLIFIER

    This page only contains suggestions for connection of your Eltax DAB-50. Note that the
    accessories in the pictures on this page are not included in the supply.

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    ADJUSTING THE ANTENNA
    Adjusting the antenna
    As it applies to all other radios, the sound quality depends on the signal strength of the antenna
    inputs.
    The position of the radio in relation to the transmitter thus directly influences the quality of the signal
    received. For an optimal result it is therefore very important that you make sure that the radio receives
    the best possible antenna signal.
    It is possible to insert a bar in the display which will
    indicate the strength of the antenna signal. If you wish
    to have such a bar displayed, you must press the INFO
    button when you have tuned in to a station on the FM
    band.
    The signal strength is displayed through the length of
    the bar. The longer the bar, the stronger the signal.
    The fifth square of the bar has not been filled in like the
    remaining ones. It indicates the minimum signal
    strength required if an acceptable result is to be
    achieved.

    The supplied antenna must be
    adjusted for the best possible result
    by means of the signal bar
    described above.

    Optical Output

    Antenna

    DR P3
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    1

    2

    Contrast

    A good tip is to let the antenna
    ends point in the vertical direction
    and fix them on a wall.

    For an optimal result it is recommended to
    install a DAB antenna on the roof or on the
    loft.

    Optical Output

    13

    Antenna

    Contrast

    3

    4

    DAB/FM

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO



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    OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS
    On, Off and standby
    1 Turn on the unit by pressing the mains switch.
    2 Press the standby button on the remote control to switch to standby
    mode. The display will turn off and all functions will be reduced to a
    minimum to make sure that the unit uses minimal power. When in standby
    mode the unit only reacts to the standby button of the remote control.
    3 If you wish to turn off the unit to avoid any power consumption, you must
    press the mains switch.
    2

    +

    POWER

    1
    3

    PHON

    DAB-50 DAB/FM TUNER

    Protect the environment and turn off the unit after use.

    Info and function
    1 As this tuner can receive both normal FM radio
    and DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting), it features
    a function that can switch between the two
    reception types. To switch between DAB and FM,
    you must either press the DAB/FM button on the
    front panel or the FUNCTION button on the
    remote control.
    2
    This tuner features RDS on the FM receiver. DAB
    also offers some information possibilities that
    resemble RDS as we know it from FM. To activate
    this information from both DAB and FM, you must
    press the INFO button either on the front panel or
    on the remote control. The display will show
    information about for instance time and date,
    name of station, name of artist, title, etc.

    CONTROL/TUNING

    1

    2

    3

    4

    DAB/FM

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO

    PRESS TO SELECT

    2

    1

    +

    Note:
    If the INFO button is pressed after channels have
    been saved, the strength of the antenna signal will
    also be displayed.

    2
    1

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    OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS
    DAB tuning
    When the unit is turned on for the first time, all settings will be default settings. The settings can be
    changed according to your preference. When the unit is turned off the next time, these settings will
    naturally be saved as the new default settings. This also applies if you unplug the unit.
    CONTROL/TUNING

    When the unit has been turned on, channels
    must be saved. This is done by means of the
    autotune function.
    1 To use the autotune function through the front
    panel controls, press the AUTOTUNE button
    for two seconds. An international search will
    be initiated.
    2 You can also press the AUTOTUNE button on
    the remote control for two seconds.

    2

    1

    DAB/FM

    4

    3

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO

    1

    PRESS TO SELECT

    +

    2

    Note:
    If the button is only pressed once, the unit will
    once again search for the channels already
    found.

    The message SEARCHING will be shown at the
    bottom of the display, and you will see a bar at the
    top of the display that grows longer indicating how
    far the tuning process has come. As it finds
    channels, you will see a figure at the top line to
    the right of the display that shows how many
    channels have been found.

    00000
    Searching
    2

    1

    If no channels are found, you must check if the
    antenna has been correctly connected. You can
    do this by tuning in on a channel through manual
    tuning on the FM band, and then press the INFO
    button to display the signal bar and check the
    signal strength (see the section on FM tuning)

    DAB/FM

    4

    3

    000000000000000
    searching
    2

    1

    INFO

    10
    DAB/FM

    4

    3

    AUTOTUNE

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO

    Saving and selecting channels
    1 If you want to save a channel under one of the
    four presets, you must press down the button with
    the number concerned for two seconds. When the
    channel has been saved and you wish to listen to
    that channel, press the button with the number
    that you have saved the channel under. The
    procedure is the same for both FM and DAB.
    2 Channels that have not been saved can be
    selected either by means of the SCROLL buttons
    on the remote control or the CONTROL/TUNING
    button on the front panel. Note that if the channel
    is selected by means of the CONTROL/TUNING
    button, you must confirm your choice by pressing
    the adjusting button. This function can be
    deactivated by pressing the button for two
    seconds.

    CONTROL/TUNING

    2
    1

    2

    3

    4

    DAB/FM

    1

    INFO

    PRESS TO SELECT

    +

    2

    1

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    OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS
    FM tuning
    The DAB-50 offers both manual and automatic tuning on the FM band.
    This makes it possible to save just one specific channel. It also makes it possible to adjust the supplied
    antenna for the best possible signal.

    Automatic tuning
    1 To use the autotune function through the front
    panel controls, you must press the
    AUTOTUNE button. The unit will search for a
    frequency with a proper signal.
    2 You can also activate the autotune function
    through the remote control.

    CONTROL/TUNING

    2

    1

    DAB/FM

    4

    3

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO

    1

    PRESS TO SELECT

    +

    2
    The display will now use a higher frequency. At the
    top of the display you can see that the frequency
    increases. When the tuner has found a channel,
    the tuning process will automatically stop. The
    sound from the channel found will be heard and
    any RDS information will be displayed.
    If no channels are found, you must check if the
    antenna has been correctly connected. You can do
    this by tuning in on a channel through manual
    tuning on the FM band, and then press the INFO
    button to display the signal bar and check the
    signal strength (see the section on manual FM
    tuning).

    2

    1

    4

    3

    DAB/FM

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO

    Manual tuning
    1 To activate the manual tuning function
    through the front panel controls, simply turn
    the CONTROL/TUNING button. If you turn it
    clockwise, the unit will tune in to a station at
    a higher frequency and if you turn the button
    anti-clockwise, the unit will tune in to a
    2 station at a lower frequency. It is also
    possible to activate the manual tuning
    function through the remote control. Use the
    SCROLL + and SCROLL - buttons that
    works in the same manner as the
    CONTROL/TUNING button on the front
    panel.

    CONTROL/TUNING

    1
    1

    2

    3

    4

    DAB/FM

    AUTOTUNE

    INFO

    PRESS TO SELECT

    +

    2

    Note:
    If there are channels from the FM band that
    have not been saved, you must tune in to
    them again either manually or automatically
    if you wish to listen to them again.

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    TROUBLESHOOTING
    Troubleshooting
    PROBLEM

    CAUSE/REMEDY

    No power when the unit is turned on. - Switch on the electric current at the socket.
    - Check that the plug has been correctly inserted into the
    socket.
    - The internal fuse has blown and must be replaced by a
    qualified service technician.
    - The power cord has been damaged and must be
    replaced.
    No sound.

    - The unit has not been turned on.
    - Incorrect connection to the amplifier.
    - No loudspeakers have been connected to the amplifier.
    - The DAB-50 has not found any stations on DAB.

    The display does not show DAB/RDS - The DAB-50 has not found any stations on DAB/FM.
    information.
    - The selected station does not broadcast any information.
    - The antenna signal is too poor. See the section on
    adjusting the antenna.
    I cannot hear the station selected

    - You have not pressed the CONTROL/TUNING button
    after selection. The station that you listen to will be
    described in the top line of the display. When you "scroll"
    through the channels by means of the CONTROL/TUNING
    button, you must always remember to press the
    CONTROL/TUNING button once to confirm your choice.

    I can hear “tick/blob” sounds at
    some of the stations.

    - Like all other digital media DAB is reproduced in a
    very high sound quality. But if the antenna signal is too
    weak, you will not hear any whistling but instead you will
    hear blackouts or "tick/blob" sounds. You must therefore
    check if the antenna signal is strong enough. See the
    section on adjusting the antenna.

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    TECHNICAL DATA
    Technical data
    RF section:
    Tuner bands

    DAB
    FM

    174-240MHz (Band III)
    87.5-108.0MHz
    -96dBm type

    Sensitivity
    Display::

    2 lines of 16 characters
    LED backlight

    Presetss

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    Audio outputss

    Stereo, 2.5Vpp
    48kHz sample rate
    16 bit sample resolution

    Optical SPDIF outputt

    IEC60958 Compliant
    48kHz sample rate
    24 bit sample resolution

    Voltage and power consumption
    n

    See back panel

    Dimensions (WxDxH))

    430 x 290 x 75mm

    Weightt

    4.5 kg

    We reserve the right to change the technical data and the design of the product without notice as a result of
    further development.

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Andere Handbücher von Tangent DAB-50

Tangent DAB-50 Bedienungsanleitung - Deutsch - 20 seiten

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Tangent DAB-50 Bedienungsanleitung - Französisch - 20 seiten


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