SANGEAN MMR-99 Multi-Powered Radio User Manual
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Malangizo ofunikira pachitetezo
- Chonde werengani malangizowa mosamala.
- Chonde sungani malangizowa kuti mudzawagwiritse ntchito mtsogolo.
- Mverani machenjezo onse.
- Tsatirani malangizo onse.
- Musagwiritse ntchito chida ichi pafupi ndi madzi.
- Sambani ndi nsalu youma.
- Do not block any ventilation openings. Install inaccordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Do not install near any heat sources such as rad iators, heat registers, stoves or other apparatus (including amplifiers) omwe amatulutsa kutentha.
- Do n ot defe at th e safety purpose ofthe 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 does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
- Tetezani chingwe chamagetsi kuti musayende kapena kutsinidwa makamaka m'mapulagi, zotengera zosavuta komanso pomwe amachokera pazida.
- Gwiritsani ntchito zophatikizira / zowonjezera zotchulidwa ndi wopanga.
- Use only with the cart, stand tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
- Chotsani zida izi nthawi yamimphepo yamkuntho kapena mukazigwiritsa ntchito kwakanthawi.
- Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture does not operate normally or has been dropped.
- Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled withliquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
- Kuti muchepetse kuwopsa kwa moto kapena kugwedezeka kwamagetsi, musawonetse zida izi mvula kapena chinyezi.
- Batire siliyenera kutenthedwa ndi kutentha kwakukulu monga dzuwa, moto kapena zina zotero.
- Chenjezo: Kuwopsa kwa kuphulika ngati batri yasinthidwa molakwika. Sinthanani ndi mtundu womwewo kapena wofanana.
- Pofuna kupewa kuwonongeka kwakumva musamamvere pamiyeso yayitali kwakanthawi.
- This apparatus is provided with protection against splashing water and dust ingress IP55).
- The battery should be used or stored at an air pressure above 11.6 kPa otherwise it may cause the bat1ery to explode or leak flammable liquids and gases.
Kuti muchepetse chiwopsezo cha kugwedezeka kwamagetsi, musachite zina zilizonse kupatula zomwe zili mu malangizo ogwiritsira ntchito pokhapokha ngati muli oyenerera kutero.
Kwa United States:
Chenjezo kwa wogwiritsa ntchito
The changes or modifications not expressly ap proved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Mawu owonetsa a RF
To comply with the FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, the antenna (s) used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20cm (8 inches) from all persons and must not be colocated or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. No change to the antenna or the device is permitted. Any change to the antenna or the device could result in the device exceeding the RF exposure requirements and void user’s authority to operate the device.
Chida ichi chidayesedwa ndipo chapezeka kuti chikutsatira malire a chipangizo chamagetsi cha Class B, kutengera gawo la 15 la Malamulo a FCC.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and canradiate 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 guaranty 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:
- Konzaninso kapena sinthani antenna yolandila.
- Increase the separ ation between the equipment and receiver.
- Lumikizani zida zogulitsira pa dera losiyana ndi lomwe wolandirayo walumikizidwa.
- Funsani wogulitsayo kapena waluso pa TV / TV kuti akuthandizeni.
- Batani la tochi ya LED / batani lowunikira mwadzidzidzi
- Batani la siren yadzidzidzi / Batani Lochenjeza za Nyengo (mtundu waku USA wokha)
- Solar charger panel
- Batani lounikira la tochi ya LED
- Mphamvu / Auto off batani
- Band / Lock batani
- Kuwonetsera kwa LCD
- Info / Menyu batani
- Tsamba / Alamu batani
- Lowani / Fufuzani batani
- Tuning mmwamba / pansi batani
- Chizindikiro cha Bluetooth LED
- Weather Alert LED chizindikiro (mtundu waku USA wokha)
- Nawuza chizindikiro LED
- Voliyumu mmwamba / pansi batani
- Preset 5 batani
- Khazikitsani 4 / Nyimbo yotsatira / batani lopita patsogolo
- Konzani 3 / Sewerani / Imitsani batani
- Khazikitsani 2 / nyimbo yam'mbuyo / Bweretsani batani
- Khazikitsani 1 / Bluetooth pairing batani
- DC MU zitsulo
- Zowonjezera zowonjezera
- 3.5mm zitsulo zam'mutu
- USB charging socket for mobile phones of MP3 players
- Mzere Wamanja
- Telescopic mlongoti
- Dynamo power hand crank
- Mtengo wotsika (wofiira)
- Mtengo waukulu (woyera)
- Mtengo wotsika (woyera)
- Weather alert indicator (USA version only)
- FM stereo indicator
- Emergency light icon
- Chizindikiro cha Alamu
- Narrow / Wide band width indicator
- RDS station
- CT (auto clock set time)
- Station signal strength indicator
- Mphamvu ya batri
- Time and radio frequency
- Batani lotseka latsegulidwa
- Soft Mute indicator
- M chizindikiro cha menyu
- Memory preset
- Memory preset page
The MMR-99 is powered by a 2600mAh built-in Lithium-ion battery.
Before operating the radio for the first time, ensure that you fully charge the supplied battery. Please use one of the following methods to charge your radio.
- Kugwiritsa ntchito USB Type A yoperekedwa ku USB C Type chingwe ingolumikizani mapeto a USB A Type mu socket ya USB pakompyuta, piritsi kapena magetsi aliwonse a USB. Kenako ikani mapeto a Mtundu wa USB C mu socket ya DC IN kudzanja lamanja la wailesi.
- Using an AC adapter (not supplied) with a USB C Type connector plug the AC adapter into a standard AC outlet. Then plug the USB-C Type end into the DC IN socket on the right hand side of the radio.
Chizindikiro cha mphamvu ya batri chidzazungulira pachiwonetsero pamene batire ikuchapira. Chizindikiro cha LED cholipiritsa chizikhalanso nthawi yomweyo pakulipiritsa.
Nthawi yoyimitsa idzatenga pafupifupi maola atatu kuti iperekedwe. Chizindikiro cha mphamvu ya batri chidzazimiririka pachiwonetsero pamene wailesi yadzaza kwathunthu. Kuchepetsa mphamvu, kusokoneza, kumveka kwachibwibwi kapena chizindikiro cha batri chopanda kanthu chikang'anima pachiwonetsero zonsezi ndizizindikiro zoti batire ikufunika kuwonjezeredwa. Wailesi imatha kusewera pafupifupi. Maola 3 pamene batire yadzaza kwathunthu.
Using Dynamo Power
- Onetsetsani kuti mlongoti wa telescopic uli pamalo ena onse musanazungulire chogwirira cha dynamo.
- Tengani mphamvu ya Dynamo pamalo ake opumira.
- Tembenuzani chogwirira cha mphamvu ya Dynamo pafupifupi kuzungulira kwa 100 pamphindi, motsata wotchi kapena mopingasa mpaka chowongolera cha LED chikuwoneka chobiriwira.
- Pansi pazikhalidwe zomvera, mphindi imodzi yolipira kuchokera ku mphamvu ya Dynamo imakupatsani mwayi womvera wailesi kwa mphindi pafupifupi 10.
- Make sure the handle is in its rest position after charging is completed
Mukamagwiritsa ntchito Dynamo dzanja crank, musagwiritse ntchito mphamvu mopitirira muyeso. Izi ziletsa kuwonongeka kwa wailesi yanu.
Using Solar Power
The radio does not need to be switched on in order for the solar panel to operate. In order to recharge your MMR-99 battery using solar power, position the radio so that the solar panel receives direct sunlight. The more direct sunlight that shines on the solar panel, the more electricity it can generate to power the radio.
The best performance of the solar panel will be achieved when the sun is directly overhead, and the sunlight is unobstructed by clouds, foliage, curtains etc. In certain situations and poor lig ht conditions, the solar panel may not be effective and should not be relied upon as the primary energy source for standard usage. The solar panel is des igned as a supplementary energy source which under suitable light condition is able to contribute up to 100% of the radio energy requirements. The solar panel will charge the battery only under natural sunlight. It will not deliver a charge in artificial light.
OSA attempt to charge the battery by placing the solar panel directly under any kind of sun-lamp, izi zipangitsa kuwonongeka kosasinthika kwa wailesi ndipo zitha kuwononga chotengeracho. (Kutero kudzachotsa zitsimikizo zonse.)
- Press the Power button to turn on the radio. 2. Select the FM / AM radio mode by repeatedly 04 pressing the Band button.
- Press and release the Seek button, the radio will seek for the next active station. Your rad io will stop scan ning when it finds a station of sufficient strength. After a few seconds, the display will update. The display will show the frequency of the signal found. If RDS information is available, the RDS icon will be shown on the display and the radio will display the station name.
- Mukhozanso kukanikiza ndi kugwira batani la Tuning up or Tuning down. Wailesiyo idzayang'ana kumtunda kapena pansi ndikuyima yokha ikapeza siteshoni yamphamvu yokwanira.
- Press and release the Tuning up or Tuning down button to 1ne-tune the frequency if needed.
- Press the Volume up / down button toadjust for desired sound level.
When the volume is adjusted to 15, the rad io wit I beep and “VOL WARN” will appear on the display to indicate that the current volume is too high. This volume warn ing onIy appears once every 12 hours.
Extend the telescopic antenna fully and rotate it for the best FM reception. There is a built-in directional bar antenna for the AM band reception. To achieve the best AM reception, it may be necessary to move the rad io to ach ieve proper reception.
Preset memory station
The radio has 20 memory presets each for AM and FM bands, 5 memory presets in weather band (USA version only). The preset stations can be stored into 4 memory pages and 5 presets in each memory page for both the AM and FM bands. The Weather band (USA version only) has no memory page.
- Onerani ku siteshoni yomwe mukufuna.
- Press and release the Page button and cycle through the memory page 1-4 to select the required memory page you’d like to store the station in. The Weather band (USA version only) has no memory page.
- Press and hold the desired preset button (1-5) until d isplay memory dig it stops flashing and a beep is heard. The radio station is stored into the selected memory preset. The Display will appear with the memory page and preset number.
- Repeat this procedure as needed for the remaining presets. The preset stations can not be deleted but can be overwritten.
Kumbukirani malo okumbukira
Kukumbukira masiteshoni omwe adakonzedwa kale muzosungira zokumbukira.
- Yatsani wailesi yanu ndikusankha bandi yofunikira.
- Select the me m ory p re se t pa g e by pressing the Page button and cycling through until you find the page you want.
- Dinani batani lokhazikitsiratu lomwe mukufuna (1-5) kuti mukumbukire malo okonzedweratu.
Weather Band ndi ntchito yochenjeza zanyengo (mtundu waku USA wokha)
- Turn the radio on, press the Band button to get the weather band. The display will show WX and channel number. Press the Tuning up or down button to cycle through 1CH to 7CH. Most of the areas in the US can only get one weather band channel. The channel with broadcasting service is normally the local weather station in your area.
1CH mpaka 7CH ma frequency ndi:
162.400 162.425 162.450 162.475 162.500 162.525 162.550
Kuti mudziwe zambiri zanyengo zakumaloko, mutha kupita ku NOAA's webtsamba pa http://www.nws.noaa.gov
Kuti mupeze chizindikiro chabwino, tikulimbikitsidwa kusintha mlongoti wa telescopic.
- You can set the Weather Alert when the radio is switched on or off. Press and hold the Weather Alert button for 2-3 seconds until ALERT appears on the display. The weather alert function is activated.
When the radio is set to weather alert mode, all the buttons on the front panel will be invalid.
- If NOAA is suesa weather related emergency, the radio will automatically alert you with a siren continuing for 15 seconds. During the 15 second alert siren period, the Weather Alert LED indicator and LED Flashlight will both blink. After 15 seconds of siren , your radio wiII automatically play the selected weather channel broadcast for 15 minutes. Thsn your radio will be put into weather alert standby mode.
- Siren ikakhala ikugwira ntchito, dinani batani lililonse pawailesi nthawi yomweyo tembenuzani wayilesi kuti ikhale yowulutsa nyengo ndikuletsa sirenyo. Kenako dinani batani la Mphamvu kuti mubwerere kumayendedwe anthawi yochenjeza.
- To disable the weather alert function, press and hold the Weather Alert button for 2- 3 seconds until ALERT disappears on the display. Your radio will then return to standby mode.
The Emergency Siren will work when either the radio is switched on or off. Pressing and releasing the Emergency siren but1on will activate the siren until it’s switched off by pressing the Emergency Siren button or the Power button.
Press and release the LED flashlight button repeatedly to select the following modes: Low beam (white), High beam (white), Low beam (red) and Off.
Press and release the Illumination mode button repeated Iy to select different flashlight illumination modes:
Kuwala kwakukulu, Kuwala kochepa, SOS (Morse Code Distress Signal, kung'anima kwafupipafupi katatu, kung'anima kwautali katatu, kung'anima kochepa katatu) ndi Kuphethira.
To enable or disable the Emergency light, press and hold the Emergency light button for 2-3 seconds until the Emergency light icon appears or disappears on the display.
Some functions in the menu can be set when the radio is turned on or o1f. Follow the steps below to access the menu settings:
- Dinani batani la Power kuti mutsegule wailesi.
- Dinani ndikugwirizira batani la Info / Menyu kwa masekondi 2-3 mpaka "MENU" ikuwonetsedwa pachiwonetsero kuti mulowetse zoikamo zazomwe zikuchitika.
- Dinani batani la Tuning mmwamba / pansi kuti mudutse pazosankha zotsatirazi mumenyu. Dinani batani la Enter kuti mutsimikizire zoikamo. Kuti mutuluke pa menyu, dinani batani la Menyu.
Menyu imapereka njira zotsatirazi:
- [TIME SET] Select this option to set the clock manually. When the hour flashes on the display, press the Tuning up / down button to select the correct hour. Then press the Enter button to confirm the setting. The minute will then flash. Press the tuning up / down button to select the correct minute. Then press the Enter button to confirm the setting.
- [RBDS CT (RDS CT) or MANUAL]: With “RBDS CT (RDS CT)” selected, the radio will synchronize its clock time whenever it tunes to a radio station using RBDS / RDS with CT signals. The “CT” will appear on the display indicating the radio time is RBDS / RDS clock time. Select the “MANUAL” option to set the clock manually and ignore RBDS CT (RDS CT). Press the Tuning up / down button to select the option. Then press the Enter button to confirm the setting.
- If the clock time from your local RDS station is not correct, you should consider disabling the RBDS / RDS CT function.
- Please note that at times the RBDS I RDS signal may broadcast the wrong time, this is the fault of the radio station, not your radio.
- [CLOCK 12H kapena 24H]: Mukasankha izi, dinani Kukonza mmwamba / pansi kuti musankhe mtundu wa 12 kapena 24. Dinani batani la Enter kuti mutsimikizire zomwe mwasankha.
- [ALARM 0 FF or ON]: After setting the clock time, the alarm settings will appear in the menu options. When the “OFF” or “ON” flashes on the display, press the Tuning up / down button to select “ALARM OFF” or “ALARM ON”. Press the Enter button to confirm your choice. Select “ALARM OFF” to disable the alarm function. With “ALARM ON” selected, the alarm icon will appear on the display and the hour setting of alarm will begin to flash. Press the tuning up / down button to set the desired hour. Then press the Enter button to confirm your setting. The alarm minute will then flash, press the tuning up / down button to set the desired minute. Then press the Enter button to confirm your setting. The buzzer volume will appear on the display. Press the tuning up / down button to set the desired volume. Then press the Enter button to complete the setting.
To quickly change the OFF or ON state of the alarm, press and hold the Alarm button for 2-3 seconds until the alarm icon disappears or appears on the display. When the alarm sounds, press the Power button to cancel a sounding alarm. Pressing any button other than the Power button will silence the alarm for 5 minutes. “Z” will appear on the display. To cancel the snooze timer while the alarm is suspended, press the Power button.
- [LOUD ON or OFF]: This option is available when the radio is turned on. After selecting this option, press the Tuning up / down button to select “LOUD ON or “LOUD OFF” to enable or disable the radio’s loudness feature. Then press the Enter button to confirm the setting.
[RADIO]: This option is available when the radio is turned on and in FM and AM modes. Af1er selecting this option, press the Tuning up / down button to scroll through the following subsequent options and then press the Enter button to confirm your selection.
A. [FM AUTO or MONO]: This option is only available in FM mode. If the FM radio station being listened to has a weak signal, some hiss may be audible. It is possible to reduce this hiss by forcing the radio to play the station in mono rather than auto. Press the Tuning up / down button to select the options between “FM MONO” and “FM AUTO. Then press the Enter button to confirm your selection.
B. [SO FTNUTE]: Softm ute can redu ce background hiss / noise of fading FM / AM signals. Press the Tuning up / down button to select the following options and then press the Enter button to confirm your selection.
NYANSE: FM / AM softmute yayatsidwa.
ZIMALITSA: FM / AM softmute yayimitsidwa.
[A .T.S]: The radio features an Auto Tuning System (ATS) that wilI automatically store radio stations into the memory presets on the FM and AM band upon the signal strength of the incoming stations. ATS can be operated onIy when the radio is on. Press the Tuning up / down button to select the following options and then press the Enter button to confirm your selection.
A.T.S. ON: ATS function enabled. The radio will start the Auto Tuning System (ATS) and store the found stations based upon the signal strength into the memory presets. The radio allows a maximum of 20 presets in 4 memory pages both on the FM and AM bands. A.T.S. OFF: ATS function disabled.
D. [FM B.W.]: This option is only available in FM mode. A wide bandwidth can increase sound quality when receiving a strong signal, while a narrow bandwidth can make it easier to receive weak signals and over com e problem s caused by interference.
Press the Tuning up / down button to select the following options and then press the Enter button to confirm your selection.
FM NARROW: Select this option, the display will appear
FM NORMAL: Select this option, will disappear on the display.
E. [AM B.W.]: This option is only available in AM mode. Press the Tuning up / down button to select the following options and then press the Enter button to confirm your selection.
AM WIDE: Select this option, the display will appear
AM NARROW: Select this option, the display will appear .
ANI NORMAL: Select this option, or will disappear on the display.
- [LIGHT]: After selecting this option, press the Tuning up / down button to scroll through the following subsequent options and then press the Enter button to confirm your selection.
B / L 10 S: After selecting this option, using the Tuning up / down button to select the display illumination time of “10 S (seconds) -20 S-30 S-OFF” after last radio operation. Select “OFF” if you do not want the display illuminated during radio operation to help extend battery life. Press the Enter button to confirm the setting.
EL KUDZIWA: Mukasankha njira iyi, pogwiritsa ntchito Tuning mmwamba / pansi batani kusankha "EL ON" kapena "EL ON" kuti athe kapena kuletsa Emergency kuwala. Dinani batani la Enter kuti mutsimikizire makonda.
[FACTO RY]: After selecting this option, press the Tuning up / down button to scroll through the following subsequent options and then press the Enter button to confirm your selection.
A. FM 87-108: This setting can be used to configure the FM range, based on the country that you are currently in. Set the FM range to 87-108, 76-90, 76-108 or 64- 108 MHz.
B. FM 100K: Select this option to set FM tuning step to SOK or 100K.
C. AM 10K: Select this option to set AM tuning step to 9K or 10K.
Change in the AM tuning step setting wiII result in the removal of all AM presets stored in the radio.
D. DCOUT OFF: This option is available when the radio is off and only usi ng battery power. When “DCOUT OFF” is selected, the USB charging socket that displays DC OUT on the radio cannot charge external devices (such as mobile phones). When ”DCOUT ON” is selected, the DC OUT socket can charge external devices.
To charge your mobi ie phone, MP3 player and related devices, please turn off the radio.
E. RESET: Sankhani njira iyi kuti bwererani wailesi ku zoikamo kusakhulupirika fakitale. Pambuyo potsimikizira, zokonda zonse za ogwiritsa ntchito ndi masiteshoni okonzedweratu zidzafufutidwa. Sankhani "RESET YES" kuti mukonzenso fakitale. Sankhani "RESET NO" kuti musakonzenso fakitale.
F. VER xxx: This setting displays the software version. The software version is only for reference and can not be changed.
Kukhazikitsa Auto off timer
The Auto off timer allows you to set the radio to automatically turn off after a preset time has elapsed. It can be set from 15 to 120 minutes by pressing and holding the Power / Auto o1f button and then releasing this button when the desired auto off time is reached. Radio will remain on for selected length of time.
Kukanikiza ndi kumasula batani la Mphamvu kuzimitsa wailesiyo pamanja ndikuletsa ntchito ya Auto off timer.
When the radio is on, press and release the Info button repeatedly to cycle through the different display options. If RDS information is available, your radio can display the following in FM mode:
Program service (e.g. station name), Program type, Radio text, Clock time, Auto o1f timer time (if Auto off timer is enabled) and Frequency. Clock time and Auto off timer time (if Auto off timer is enabled) can also be displayed in AM / WX (USA version only) / BLUETOOTH / AUX IN mode.
Chiwonetserocho chidzabwerenso kuwonetseredwe ka nthawi wamba masekondi 10 pambuyo pa batani lomaliza pokhapokha mukawonetsa zolemba.
Kumvera nyimbo kudzera pa kutsatsira kwa Bluetooth
You need to pair your Bluetooth device with your radio before you can auto-link to play streamed Bluetooth music through your radio. Pairing creates a “bond” so two devices can recognize each other.
Kujambula ndi kusewera chipangizo chanu cha Bluetooth kwa nthawi yoyamba
- Ndi wailesi yanu yoyatsidwa, dinani batani la Band kuti musankhe ntchito ya Bluetooth. Chizindikiro cha Bluetooth LED pawailesi chidzawunikira buluu wothamanga kuwonetsa wailesi ikupezeka.
- Activate Bluetooth on your device according to the device’s user manual to link to the radio. Locate the Bluetooth device list and select the device named “MMR-99” (With some Smartphone’s that are equipped with earlier versions than BT 2.1 Bluetooth device, you may need to input the pass code “0000).
- Mukalumikizidwa, padzakhala mawu otsimikizira ndipo chizindikiro cha Bluetooth LED chidzasanduka buluu wolimba. Inu mukhoza kungoyankha kusankha ndi kuimba aliyense nyimbo yanu gwero chipangizo. Kuwongolera kwa voliyumu kumatha kusinthidwa kuchokera ku chipangizo chanu, kapena mwachindunji kuchokera pawayilesi.
- Gwiritsani ntchito zowongolera pazida zanu zolumikizidwa ndi Bluetooth kapena pawailesi kusewera / kuyimitsa ndikusanthula nyimbo.
- Ngati zida ziwiri za Bluetooth zikulumikizana koyamba, zonse ziyenera kufufuza wailesi yanu, ziwonetsa kupezeka kwake pazida zonse ziwiri. Komabe, chipangizo chimodzi chikalumikizidwa ndi chipangizochi poyamba, ndiye kuti chida china cha Bluetooth sichichipeza pamndandanda.
- Ngati mungachotseko chida chanu choyambira, malumikizowo adzachotsedwa kwakanthawi pawayilesi yanu. Wailesi yanu ithandizanso kulumikizanso ngati gwero lazida libwezeretsedwanso mosiyanasiyana. Dziwani kuti nthawi yakudula, palibe chipangizo china chilichonse cha Bluetooth chomwe chingagwirizane kapena kulumikizana ndi wailesi yanu.
- If ” MMR-99″ shows in your Bluetooth device list but your device cannot connect with it, please delete the item from your list and pair the device with the radio again following the steps described previously.
- The effective operation range between the system and th e pai red device is approximately 10 meters (30 feet). Any obstacle between the system and the device can reduce the operational range.
- Bluetooth co nn ectiv ity perform ance may vary depending on the connected Bluetooth devices. Please refer to the Bluetooth capabi lities of your device before co nnectin g to your radio. All features may not be supported on some paired Bluetooth devices.
- Ndi mafoni ena am'manja, kuyimba / kulandira mafoni, mameseji, maimelo kapena zinthu zina zilizonse zosagwirizana ndi kutsitsa kwamawu zitha kuletsa kutsitsa kwamawu a Bluetooth kapenanso kusiya kwakanthawi pazida zanu. Khalidwe lotere ndi ntchito ya chipangizo cholumikizidwa ndipo sichiwonetsa cholakwika ndi wailesi yanu.
Kusewera mawu files in BIuetooth mode
When you have successfully connected your radio with the chosen Bluetooth source device you can start to play your m usic using the controls on your connected Bluetooth device.
- Kusewera kukangoyamba, sinthani voliyumu kuti ikhale yofunikira pogwiritsa ntchito Volume control pawailesi yanu kapena pa chipangizo chanu cha Bluetooth.
- Use the controls on your Bluetooth source device to play / pause and navigate tracks. Alternatively, control the playback using Play / Pause, Next track, Previous track buttons on your radio.
- Press and hold the Fast-forward / Rewind button to move through the current track. Release the button when the desired point is reached.
Sikuti mapulogalamu onse azosewerera kapena zida zosewerera zitha kuyankha pazowongolera zonsezi.
Playing a previausly paired Bluetooth source device
Wailesiyo imatha kuloweza zida 6 zolumikizidwa ndi Bluetooth. Memory ikadutsa kuchuluka kwake, chida choyambirira kwambiri chimachotsedwa pachidacho.
If your Bluetooth source device already paired with the radio previously, the unit will memorize your Bluetooth source device and it attempts to reconnect with a Bluetooth source device in memory which is last connected.
Kuchotsa chida chanu cha Bluetooth
Press and hold the Bluetooth pairing button for 2-3 seconds to disconnect with your Bluetooth device. You can also press the Band button to select any mode other than Bluetooth mode or turn off Bluetooth on your Bluetooth source device to disable the connection. If you disconnect the Bluetooth device in the Bluetooth mode, there will be a confirmation tone sound and the Bluetooth LED indicator on the radio will flash a fast blue to show the radio is discoverable again for pairing.
Ntchito yotseka makiyi imagwiritsidwa ntchito kuteteza wailesi kuti isagwire ntchito mwangozi.
- Dinani ndikugwira Lock batani kwa masekondi 2-3 mpaka appears on the display. Except for the three buttons on the top of the radio, all other buttons will be disabled.
- Kuti mutulutse loko, dinani ndikugwira batani Lock Lock kwa masekondi 2-3 mpaka zitasowa pachiwonetsero.
Plug the headphones into the headph one socket for private listening.
Izi zichotsa choyankhulira chakunja.
Kuchulukirachulukira kwa mawu omvera m'makutu ndi mahedifoni kumatha kuwononga makutu anu.
Soketi ya 3.5mm stereo Yothandizira Yothandizira imaperekedwa kumbuyo kwa wailesi yanu kuti mulole chizindikiro chomvera kuti chilowetsedwe mu chipangizocho kuchokera ku chipangizo chakunja chomvera monga iPod, MP3 kapena CD player.
- Dinani batani la Power kuti musinthe pawayilesi yanu.
- Mobwerezabwereza kanikizani ndi kumasula batani la Band mpaka "AUX IN" iwonetsedwa.
- Lumikizani gwero lakumvetsera lakunja (kwa example, iPod, MP3 kapena CD player) ku Socket Yothandizira Yothandizira.
- Sinthani mawonekedwe a voliyumu pa iPod yanu, MP3 kapena CD player kuti muwonetsetse kuti siginecha yokwanira kuchokera kwa wosewerayo, ndiyeno gwiritsani ntchito mphamvu ya Voliyumu pawayilesi momwe ingafunikire kumvetsera momasuka.
This radio is a water resistant device NOT a waterproof device. Please ensure the rubber covers on the USB Type-A, USB Type-C, Aux in and Headphone jack sections are properly secured.
|mphamvu Wonjezerani||2600mAh rechargeable built-in Lithium-ion battery|
|Dynamo – charging to rechargeable built-in Lithium battery.|
|Solar panel – charging to rechargeable built-in Lithium battery.|
|DC IN (SV / 2.4A) USB C Type Socket for Charging the MMR-99.|
|USB A Type to USB C Type Cable & Hand strap included.|
|AM||520-1710 kHz (10kHz tuning step)522-1710 kHz (9kHz tuning step)|
|WX (USA version only)||162.40-162.55 MHz|
|Kutanthauzira kwa Bluetooth||Bluetooth“ 5.0 +EDR|
|pafile Support||A2DP, AVRCP|
|Bluetooth Audio C‹xsec||SBC|
|Tær›smittîng Power||Gulu la Mphamvu 2|
|Line of Sigfit Ranpg||10 mita / 30 mapazi|
|Teasœpic Antenne||FM / WX (USA version only)|
|Buib-in Fenite Rod Antenne||AM|
|DC IN USB Type C, SV / 2.4AThis symbol indicates DC voltage.|
|DC OUT USB Type A, 5V / 1A|
|Earphones.jack||3.5mm diameter, Stereo Output, 32ohm Impedance|
|Auzili8ry S¢cket||3.5mm diameter, Stereo Input|
|Wokamba||2.25″, 4Ohm, 5Watts|
|Opeiattng Temperature”Range||5 ° C mpaka 35 ° C|
|Chizindikiro cha barcode pamalonda chimafotokozedwa motere:|
Kampaniyo ili ndi ufulu wosintha mafotokozedwewo popanda chidziwitso.
Ngati nthawi ina iliyonse mtsogolo mufunika kutaya mankhwalawa chonde dziwani kuti: Zinthu zamagetsi zosafunika siziyenera kutayidwa ndi zinyalala zapakhomo. Chonde bweretsani komwe kuli malo. Funsani a Local Authority kapena ogulitsa kuti akuwonjezereni upangiri. (Lamulo Lamagetsi ndi Zida Zamagetsi)
Zolemba / Zothandizira
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