SW918 Brooklyn Boombox User Manual Users manual Shenzhen Sunwin Technology Co., Ltd.
Shenzhen Sunwin Technology Co., Ltd. Brooklyn Boombox
USER MANUAL GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 1 V1 | OCT 2017 23/10/2017 14:12 E NG L I S H Thanks for purchasing the GPO Brooklyn Boombox. This iconic 1980s design combines classic styling with a range of modern functionality. Featuring built-in speakers and a range of playback modes, the Boombox will allow you to enjoy Radio, CD, USB and Bluetooth sound anywhere inside or outside your home! For that real authentic 80s feel, the Brooklyn Boombox also features cassette tape playback. Whe n us ing t he D A B o r FM Ra d io pl ea se f u l l y e xte nd the An t en n a t o im pro v e t he sig n al . GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 3 23/10/2017 14:12 29 32 30 31 20 20 10 11 13 20 14 16 12 20 15 19 18 17 21 22 23 25 24 27 26 28 GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 4 23/10/2017 14:12 Control Locations FRONT 18. Tape Playback Controls 1. LED Display Record 2. FM Radio Tuner Display Play 3. Info Button Rewind 4. Mode Select Knob Fast Forward 5. Output Level Switch Stop/Eject 6. Playback Controls Pause Play/Pause 19. Headphone Jack Previous 20. Speakers Rewind SIDE Stop 21. Microphone Jacks Fast Forward 22. AUX IN Jacks Next 23. AUX OUT Jacks Record 24. LINE IN Jack 7. Search Knob (External Ring) 8. Search Knob (Central Control) 9. Menu Button 10. Mode Switch 11. Tape Counter 12. Balance Knob 13. Treble Knob 14. Cassette Slot 15. Volume Knob 16. Bass Knob 17. Power Button GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 5 25 USB Slot REAR 26. Battery Compartment – NOTE, DO NOT OPEN 27. LED Charging Indicator 28. Power Jack TOP 29. Handle 30. Aerials 31. CD Slot 32. CD Eject Button 23/10/2017 14:12 Charging and Operation The GPO Brooklyn Boombox features an integrated rechargeable battery, which allows the unit to be used anywhere, providing you with music on the go. Before turning on your Brooklyn Boombox for the first time, please ensure that the device is fully charged. 1. Remove the unit from the packaging and place on a flat, stable surface 2. Use the provided 240V power cable to plug the unit into the mains 3. While the unit is charging, the LED indicator on the rear of the unit will show a solid red 4. Once the LED indicator shows blue, the unit is fully charged Once charged, the unit will wait in standby mode until switched on. To switch on the unit, press the Power button on the front of the unit. GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 6 23/10/2017 14:12 S etting the LED clock When the unit is on standby, a 24 hour LED clock will be displayed for 10 seconds if you press the menu button on the front of the unit. The time can be set on the clock whilst the unit remains in standby mode: 1. Press and hold the central part of the Search Knob on the front of the unit for two seconds 2. The hour value on the clock will be highlighted 3. Change the hour by turning the central part of the Search Knob clockwise to move the hour forwards or anti-clockwise to move the hour backwards 4. Press search again to accept the hour and highlight the minute value 5. Change the minute by turning the Search Knob clockwise or anticlockwise 6. Press the Search Knob a final time to confirm the ti GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 7 23/10/2017 14:12 Volume and Balance When rotating the volume control from 0-30, the LED display will notify you when you have reached MIN or MAX volume. The balance control is set to balance 00 as standard. The control can be used to change the balance between the left and right speakers, with the change displayed on the LED display. The treble and bass controls can be set between -7 and +7 to reach your desired level. Radio The GPO Brooklyn Boombox offers FM and DAB radio play functions. FM 1. Turn the unit on using the Power Button 2. Turn the Function Knob on the front of the unit to Radio 3. Move the Radio Mode switch to the FM position 4. Extend the aerials on the top of the unit 5. The LED display will now show the word “tuner” and the Radio LED light will be illuminated 6. Use the external ring of the Search Knob to choose the correct FM band for your chosen station 7. When not in use, retract the aerials GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 8 23/10/2017 14:12 DAB 1. Turn the unit on using the Power Button 2. Turn the Function Knob to Radio 3. Move the Radio Mode switch to the DAB position 4. The Radio LED light will be illuminated 5. If you have previously scanned for DAB channels, go directly to step number 11 6. To scan automatically, use the external part of the Search Knob to select Full Scan 7. Push in the central part of the Search Knob to begin the automatic DAB station scan 8. To scan manually, use the central part of the Search Knob to select Manual Scan 9. Push in the central part of the Search Knob to begin the manual DAB station scan 10. Select your chosen station by pushing in the central part of the Search Knob. The station will now be added to the DAB station list 11. Use the central part of the Search Knob to choose the correct DAB station and push in the knob to begin playback 12. By holding down the central part of the Search Knob, your chosen station will be added to the recall list. 13. Pressing the Info button on the front of the unit while in DAB mode will prompt the LED screen to display programme and signal information GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 9 23/10/2017 14:12 DAB Factory Reset To perform a DAB Factory Reset, use the Search Knob to select System, then Reset. You will be asked to confirm your decision by using the Search Knob to select “Y” on the LED before pressing the Search Knob a final time AB Software Version Check To check the version of DAB software the unit is running, use the Search Knob to select System, then “SW VER.” The software can be updated using a USB stick loaded with the new software. In the event of a required software update, GPO Retro will make the relevant information available. 10 GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 10 23/10/2017 14:12 Tape 1. Turn the unit on using the Power Button 2. Press Eject on the tape control panel to open the cassette tape slot 3. Insert a cassette tape into the cassette tape slot on the front of the unit 4. Close the slot 5. Turn the Function Knob to Tape 6. The Tape LED light will be illuminated and the timer clock will begin counting up from zero 7. This counter can be reset at any point using the reset button next to the timer clock 8. Use the play, tracking and stop buttons on the unit to play the cassette 9. The cassette auto stop will ensure the tape stops at the end of each side. At this point, eject the tape, remove it, turn it around and reinsert it 10. Press play again to resume playback 11. To remove the cassette, press Stop/Eject once to stop playback and a second time to eject the tape 12. While using any of the unit’s other modes, you can press the record and play buttons together to record music to a blank cassette tape GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 11 11 23/10/2017 14:12 CD 1. Turn the unit on using the Power button 2. Turn the Function Knob to CD 3. The CD LED light will be illuminated 4. Insert a CD into the CD tray on top of the unit and close the tray 5. PLEASE NOTE: The label of the CD should face the REAR of the unit when inserted. If you experience a read error, eject the CD, turn it around and re-insert it. 6. Use the play, tracking and stop buttons on the unit to play the CD 7. To skip to the next track, tap the Next button once 8. To move back to a previous track, press the Previous button once 9. To move forward through a track, press the FFWD button repeatedly – a long press will NOT move the track forward 10. To move backwards through a track, press the REW button repeatedly. 11. The LED display will show relevant track and playing time information 12. To stop playback, press the Stop button 13. To eject the CD, press the eject button to the right of the CD tray 12 GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 12 23/10/2017 14:12 USB 1. Turn the unit on using the Power button 2. Turn the Function Knob to USB 3. Insert a USB drive into the USB slot 4. The USB LED will be illuminated, and the LED display will show READ 5. Playback will begin automatically 6. Use the play, tracking and stop buttons on the unit to play tracks from the USB 7. To move forward or backwards through a track, press the FFWD or REW button once, and then press Play/Pause when you reach the correct location on the track 8. To stop playback, press the Stop button 9. The USB drive can then be safely removed GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 13 13 23/10/2017 14:12 USB Recording While using unit’s CD or Cassette playback mode, you can press the record button to record music to a blank USB stick. 1. Press and hold the record button on the main control panel, NOT the record button on the tape control panel 2. The LED display will show READY 3. Press and hold the record button a second time to confirm recording of the song which is playing 4. The LED display will now display a track number and the number of seconds recorded 5. The music will be written to the USB, and can then be played from any USB-compatible device 6. To stop recording at any point, press Stop on the main control panel 7. The LED display will show “REC END” 14 GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 14 23/10/2017 14:12 Bluetooth 1. Turn the unit on using the Power Button 2. Turn the Function Knob to BT 3. The BT LED will be illuminated 4. Open your Bluetooth-enabled device and use the search function to find and pair with “GPO Brooklyn 5. If prompted, enter the key 0000 6. When your device shows that the unit has been paired, use the controls on your device or the unit to choose and play tracks 7. While Bluetooth mode is enabled, the unit’s control panel will not affect playback 8. Once a device is paired with the GPO Brooklyn, the unit will NOT appear in Bluetooth search lists – to solve this issue, use the connected device to unpair the unit and try again GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 15 15 23/10/2017 14:12 AUX 1. Turn the Function Knob to AUX 2. The AUX LED will be illuminated 3. Use the AUX-IN line on the rear of the unit to connect an external music source 4. The unit will then play back music from this source through the main speakers 5. Use the AUX-OUT line on the rear of the unit to connect external speakers 6. The unit will then play back music from your chosen mode through the external speakers 7. Use the unit’s controls to select tracks, and the external speakers’ volume controls to set the volume Microphone 1. Microphone mode is compatible with all playback modes 2. Simply insert a microphone into the MIC jack – sound from your microphone will now be broadcast through the integrated speakers 3. Press and hold the fast forward button to increase microphone volume 4. Press and hold the rewind button to decrease microphone volume 16 GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 16 23/10/2017 14:12 Troubleshooting No Power to the Device Make sure that the unit is fully charged and that the charging indicator is blue If not, please charge the device using the supplied charging cable. If your battery will not charge, contact GPO Retro directly for a replacement and instructions. DO NOT open the battery compartment without consulting us firs CD isn’t Reading If you have a CD read error, you may have inserted the CD the wrong way. Eject the CD and turn it so that the label side of the CD faces the rear of the unit. I Can’t Control the Music from the Unit If you are using the Bluetooth function, playback must be controlled from your paired device. CD and USB playback can be controlled from the main panel above the cassette slot, and tape playback from the tape control panel below the tape slot. I Can’t Find the Unit Using Bluetooth If a device is already paired to the unit and is within connection range, the unit may not appear in future Bluetooth scans. Try unpairing any other devices and try again. Need Further Help? Visit www.gporetro.com GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 17 17 23/10/2017 14:12 Product Care Unplug the unit and any connected cables after use. Do not leave the unit connected to the mains once the battery has charged fully Do not open the battery compartment Do not move the unit while a CD has been inserted, as this can cause scratching Keep the unit dry, and store out of direct sunlight The unit can be cleaned gently with a dry cloth 18 GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 18 23/10/2017 14:12 FCC Warning Statement Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is 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 encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: ‐‐ Reorient 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 the receiver is connected. ‐‐ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. GPO_Brooklyn_Manual EU - Oct 2017_v1.indd 19 19 23/10/2017 14:12
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