Muse M-103 IP

Muse M-103 IP manual

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  • To check the alarm settings
    In OFF mode, press ALM. 1/M- (9) or ALM. 2/M+ (10) button. Time and alarm source of
    the corresponding alarm are displayed for 5 seconds.
    Turning off Alarm
    The alarm is programmed to run for 59 minutes and triggers progressively.
    Once the alarm 1 or alarm 2 is activated, corresponding alarm indicator “ ” / “ ”,
    “ ”/” ” or “ ” / “ ” will flash on display,
    1. In wake up mode, to temporarily stop alarm, press the SNOOZE/DIM button (7). The
    alarm will resume to the previous playing mode after 9 minutes. “ ” / “ ”, “ ”/” ”
    or “ ” / “ ” and “SNOOZE” are on display.
    2. To stop the alarm for 24 hours, press ON/OFF button (1), “ ” / “ ”, “ ”/” ”
    or “ ” / “ ” remains displayed. The alarm will trigger at the preset time one day later.
    3. To turn off the alarm permanently, in OFF mode, press and hold ALM. 1/M- (9) or ALM.
    2/M+ (10) until “ ” / “ ”, “ ”/” ” or “ ” / “ ” disappears.
    NOTE:
    - You can adjust the wake up sound level by VOL+/- button on wake to iPhone/iPod or
    radio modes your last setting.
    - But since this is a progressive alarm, the sound will be louder and louder. You could
    decrease the volume after the alarm reaches to its max volume level (24).
    In OFF mode, press ALM. 1/M- (9) or ALM. 2/M+ (10) button, alarm type will flash on
    display. Press (11) or (12) button to select to wake up by buzzer, iPhone/iPod,
    or radio. The icon “ ”/“ ”, “ ”/” ” or “ ”/ “ ” will show on display
    accordingly.
    - “ ” or “ ” (wake up by buzzer): “Beep“ sound comes when the alarm time is
    reached.
    - “ ” or ” ” (wake up by iPod): Follow the procedure in “PLAY YOUR DOCKABLE
    iPhone/iPod”. The iPhone/iPod will start playing automatically when the alarm time is
    reached and the unit is off.
    - “ ” or “ ” (wake up by radio): Follow the procedure in “LISTENING TO THE
    RADIO” to select your desired radio station. The radio will turn on automatically when
    the alarm time is reached and the unit is off.
    Press ALM. 1/M- (9) or ALM. 2/M+ (10) button again, the hour digit flashes on display.
    Press the (11) or (12) button to adjust the hour.
    Press ALM. 1/M- (9) or ALM. 2/M+ (10) button again, the minute digit flashes on
    display. Press the (11) or (12) button to adjust the minutes.
    Press ALM. 1/M- (9) or ALM. 2/M+ (10) to save the setting of alarm 1 or alarm 2. The
    display will resume to the current time.
    This unit can be set for two different wake up times which you can choose to use inde-
    pendently or simultaneously ALARM1, ALARM2 or both ALARM1 and ALARM 2.
    Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 setting
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    ON/OFF button
    VOL + / - buttons
    EQ button (equalizer)
    MEMO./SET button (memory/clock
    setting)
    FUNCTION button
    iPhone/iPod Socket
    SNOOZE/DIM button
    SLEEP Button
    ALM. 1/M- button
    ALM. 2/ M+ button
    button
    button
    button (play/pause)
    LCD display
    Speakers
    FM Wire Antenna
    VIDEO OUT jack
    AUX IN jack
    DC input (AC adaptor jack)
    Battery Backup Compartment
    M-103 IP
    GB - 1
    User Manual
    Docking Clock Radio PLL for iPhone/iPod
    Please read the instruction carefully
    before operating the unit.
    English
    GB - 2
    GB - 4
    Main Unit
    Top View
    BASIC OPERATION
    Back View
    GB - 3 GB - 5
    UNPACKING YOUR UNIT
    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
    TIME SETTING
    Current time
    When used for the first time, or if the mains plug has been removed with no backup
    battery inside, the clock display will blink.
    1. In OFF mode, Press the MEMO./SET button (4) on the unit, the clock blinks on the
    display.
    2. With clock display blinking, press FUNCTION button (5) to select 12 or 24 hour format.
    3. Press the MEMO./SET button (4), the hour digits will flash, set the hour with (11)
    or (12) button.
    4. Press the MEMO./SET button (4) to save the hour setting, the minute digits flash. Set
    the minutes with (11) or (12) button.
    5. Press MEMO./SET button (4) to complete time setting.
    NOTE: With clock display blinking, if no button is pressed within 8 seconds, it will return
    to previous clock display.
    SLEEP (Automatic turn off)
    In sleep mode, the unit will turn off automatically after a specified time.
    Note: Sleep time can only be set when the unit is turned ON.
    You can select duration in minutes before the unit turns off automatically. Press SLEEP
    button (8) repeatedly to select 90-80-70-60-50-40-30-20-10 or 00 minutes, then release
    SLEEP button (8). “SLEEP” icon displays.
    NOTES:
    - To turn off the unit before the SLEEP activates, press ON/OFF button (1), or press
    SLEEP button (8) repeatedly until value is adjusted to “00”. It will return to normal display
    after 5 seconds, the sleep function will be cancelled and “SLEEP” icon will not be displayed.
    - If the playing time from your iPhone or other player is shorter than the selected sleep
    time, the music will stop at the end of the playing time.
    ALARM SETTING
    Cautions:
    - The included AC adaptor is for use with this unit only. Do not use it with other equipments.
    - When the unit is not going to be used for long time, disconnect the AC adaptor from the
    AC outlet.
    - Be sure to use it near the wall outlet. If a malfunction occurs, disconnect the plug from
    the wall outlet at once.
    - When the AC adaptor is plugged in, the apparatus is not completely disconnected from
    the main power source, even when the unit is turned off.
    - AC adaptor is used as the disconnect device. It shall remain readily operable and should
    not be obstructed during intended use. To disconnect the apparatus from supply mains,
    completely disconnect the AC adaptor of the apparatus from the mains socket outlet
    Battery backup system
    DC power: 2x1.5V, battery type AAA/R03/UM4 (not provided) for clock and alarm time
    backup system.
    An alkaline type battery is recommended. For optimum performance, this battery should
    be replaced every 6 months.
    BACKUP SYSTEM: All clock settings will be kept in memory; however, the clock time
    may require adjustment for exact accuracy. If the backup battery is not installed, the
    display will show the clock flashing to indicate that you have to reset the time and the
    alarm.
    Note: When the battery backup is functioning, the display has no backlight.
    When you unpack your new iPhone/iPod clock-radio, make sure that you have removed
    all the accessories and information papers:
    - Docking Clock Radio PLL for iPhone/iPod
    - AC adaptor
    - 5 pieces iPhone/iPod interchangeable adaptors
    - 1 piece Dust Cover
    - User manual
    LCD DISPLAY
    D1. - Alarm #1 wake to buzzer
    - Alarm #2 wake to buzzer
    - Alarm #1 wake to iPhone/iPod
    - Alarm #2 wake to iPhone/iPod
    - Alarm #1 wake to radio
    - Alarm #2 wake to radio
    D2. -iPhone/iPod mode playback
    D3. - Radio mode
    D4. - AUX IN mode
    D5. Equalizer modes
    D6. Volume
    D7. SNOOZE
    D8. SLEEP
    D9. Memory
    D10.Time or radiofrequency display
    D11. FM Stereo.
    D12. Radio frequency unit
    D13. “PM”-12hr time mode display
    Turn on the unit
    The unit is in clock mode when it is plugged in, Press ON/OFF button (1) to turn on or
    turn off the unit.
    Operating mode selection (FUNCTION)
    Press FUNCTION button (5) repeatedly to select iPhone/iPod, AUX or Radio mode.
    Sound volume
    Press VOL +/- button (2) to adjust sound level. There are a total of 32 volume levels.
    Equalizer
    When listening to the radio, iPhone/iPod or other music source from AUX IN, press the
    EQ button (3) repeatedly to select different modes: CLASSIC, ROCK, POP, JAZZ or EQ
    off.
    Display dimmer
    In OFF mode, press the SNOOZE/DIM button (7) repeatedly will change the backlight
    brightness of the display. There are 3 levels: low, medium, and high.
    POWER SUPPLY
    Using the AC adaptor
    This AC adaptor operates on AC100-240V~50/60Hz.
    • The supplied AC adaptor is suitable for use on AC mains supplies of 100-240V~50/
    60Hz and should only be connected to a mains supply within these parameters.
    • Use the supplied AC adaptor only. Using any other AC adaptor could damage the unit.
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    iPhone/iPod
    not included
    ICR-2486 IB MUSE 001 REV0-GB.P65 2010-7-12, 15:411
Muse M-103 IP

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Muse M-103 IP specifications

General
Brand Muse
Model M-103 IP
Product Speaker
EAN 3700460201319
Language English
Filetype PDF
Audio
Audio output channels 2.0
RMS rated power 4
Frequency range -
Ports & interfaces
Headphone connectivity -
Bluetooth
AUX in
DC-in jack
Radio
FM radio
Preset stations quantity 20
Display
Display LCD
Other features
Clock/Date display
Backlight
Dimensions (WxDxH) 143 x 139 x 93mm
Package dimensions (WxDxH) 180 x 240 x 130mm
Package type Box
Performance
Apple docking compatibility iPhone, iPod
Alarm clock
Sleep timer
Equalizer
Snooze function
Equalizer modes Classic, Jazz, Pop, Rock
Power
Built-in charger
Power source type AC, Battery
Number of batteries supported 2
Built-in battery
AC input voltage 220
AC input frequency 50
Battery type AAA/R03/UM4
Battery voltage 1.5
Design
Volume control Digital
Weight & dimensions
Weight 540
Package weight 1050
Packaging content
Manual
Batteries included
AC adapter included

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