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EVOKE-1, PURE, the PURE logo, PURE Digital, the PURE Digital logo, Imagination Technologies, and the Imagination Technologies logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Imagination Technologies Limited. The Classic FM logo is a registered trademark of Classic FM plc. All other product names are trademarks of their respective companies.
This manual was written by Bruce Murray. It is a product of PURE Digital, Imagination Technologies Ltd., Home Park Estate, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire WD4 8LZ, UK. Issue 5 August 2003
Introduction.. 1 Unpacking.. 2 Controls and Connectors. 3 Quick start.. 4 Connecting up.. 5 Using your EVOKE-1 Classic FM. 7 Guide to digital radio. 14 Getting help.. 16 Aerial advice.. 17 Accessories.. 18 Warranty information.. 18 Technical specifications. 19
Thank you for choosing the PURE EVOKE-1 Classic FM special edition digital radio. This owners manual provides information on setting up your unit, instructions on using it and details of the accessories and support available. Whether its Bach, Beethoven or Mozart the EVOKE-1 Classic FM DAB digital radio will amaze you with its clear, rich, interference-free sound. This exclusive edition of EVOKE-1, the best selling digital radio ever, has all of the originals outstanding audio quality, together with a one-touch button for Classic FM. The EVOKE-1 Classic FM receives up to 55 DAB/digital stations including national, local and new, digital-only stations. The mains powered EVOKE-1 Classic FM also features scrolling programme information, selectable presets, a headphone socket, an optional additional speaker for stereo listening, a line-out connector for recording and is bass ported for a richer more natural sound.If you are new to digital radio see our quick guide on page 14.
This section lists the contents of your EVOKE-1 Classic FM package. Contact us if any items are missing or damaged. You may also want to peel off the protective film from the LCD display panel and remove the sticker from the Tune knob at this stage.
EVOKE-1 Classic FM special edition digital radio unit. 230V AC to 12V DC mains power adapter. Removable telescopic aerial (fitted to unit). Warranty registration card.
Controls and Connectors
This section provides information on the controls and connectors available on the front and rear panels of your EVOKE-1 Classic FM.
Backlit LCD display Vol knob adjusts the volume preset button provides one touch access to Classic FM Preset buttons (2-6) for up to five other preset stations, see page 10 Autotune button provides one touch tuning, see page 8 Power on/off button Display button changes the text shown on the bottom line of the display, see pages 9 and 10. Setup button enables access to advanced setup options, see pages 11 and 12. Tune knob, turn to scroll through and push to select radio stations and menu options, see pages 9 and 11
Aerial socket for connection to the supplied telescopic or other aerial Headphone socket (3.5mm) for connection to headphones Aux Speaker socket (3.5mm) for connection to the optional ST-1 speaker for full stereo output Stereo Line Out socket (3.5mm) analogue output for connection to an external amplifier or recorder 12V DC for connection to mains adapter
This section provides information on how to set up and start using your EVOKE-1 Classic FM. For further details on using your radio see Connecting to other devices on pages 5 and 6 and Using your EVOKE-1 Classic FM starting on page 7. 1. Fully extend the telescopic aerial. 2. Connect the mains adapter and plug in to your power supply. 3. Push the Power button to switch the unit on. The LCD will light up and the display will show PURE Classic FM and a progress bar on the bottom line indicates the progress of an autotune to find the stations available in your area. If no stations are found you will be presented with a series of options which you can use to retry the tuning process or adjust your aerial position, see Tuning for the first time on page 7. The stations found will be stored in alphanumeric order and the first station on the list will be selected. 4. Push the red Classic FM button to select Classic FM (if available). 5. Adjust the Vol control if necessary to hear it. 6. Turn the Tune knob to see all the stations available and push to select and listen to another station. 4
This section provides information on connecting your aerial, power adapter and other devices. Connector sockets are provided on the rear panel of your EVOKE-1 Classic FM. Before connecting other devices to your EVOKE-1 Classic FM, switch both devices off. For a quick setup you can connect just your power supply and aerial the other connections listed are optional and will not prevent normal operation of the unit.
Connecting to an aerial
The supplied telescopic aerial enables your EVOKE-1 Classic FM to receive digital radio transmissions. If you find that the telescopic aerial does not provide good reception you can remove this aerial and connect an alternative DAB aerial. For information on aerial types and positioning see Aerial advice on page 17. To find out about DAB coverage in your area, see the list of useful addresses on page 15. 1. 2. Unscrew the large nut on the end of the telescopic aerial to remove the aerial from the Aerial socket. Note Take care not to unscrew the thin nut behind that holds the aerial connector itself in place. Screw the aerial plug of your replacement aerial onto the Aerial connector on the rear of your digital radio. You may have to experiment with different aerial positions to find the best reception for particular services. Just like with FM reception, you may find that you want to move the radio around your living space to find the best location for reception near a window may provide better reception.
Connecting to an external amplifier
You can connect your EVOKE-1 Classic FM to an external amplifier. This may be a stand alone unit or it may be built into a hi-fi system or powered speakers. Connect the Stereo Line Out socket to the Tuner-in socket on the back of your amplifier using a 3.5mm to stereo phono cable.
Connecting to an external recorder
You can connect your EVOKE-1 Classic FM to an external recording device. This may be a stand alone unit such as a tape recorder or MiniDisc recorder or it may be built into a hi-fi system. Connect the Stereo Line Out socket to the Line-in sockets on the back of your recorder using a suitable cable.
Connecting an auxiliary speaker
You can connect a second unpowered speaker to your EVOKE-1 Classic FM radio using the Aux Speaker socket. This enables full stereo reproduction. Call us on to find out more or visit our website at www.puredigital.com to purchase a matching ST-1 auxiliary speaker.
Connecting to headphones
You can connect a set of stereo headphones to your EVOKE-1 Classic FM using the headphones socket.
Connecting to power supply
Once you have made all other connections, connect the supplied power lead to the socket on the rear of your EVOKE-1 Classic FM and plug the power adapter into a wall outlet.
Using your EVOKE-1 Classic FM
This section provides information on using your EVOKE-1 Classic FM including tuning, selecting a station and altering the displayed information.
Switching on and off
Before switching on for the first time, check all connections, extend your aerial and ensure that the volume is low. Push and release the Power button to switch the unit on or off. The LCD screen will light up when the unit is on.
Tuning the EVOKE-1 Classic FM is very simple. When you first switch on the unit it will start an automatic tuning process described below in Tuning for the first time. You may want to re-tune the unit at a later date if you move the unit to a different room or if you want to receive a newly introduced multiplex see Retuning your unit on page 8.
Tuning for the first time
When you switch on your EVOKE-1 Classic FM for the first time an autotune process will be performed automatically. A progress indicator on the display shows that autotune is underway.
If stations are found during the autotune
The stations will be stored in alphanumeric order. The first station on the list will be selected and you will hear it through the speaker. To listen to other stations, see Selecting a station on page 9.
If no stations are found during the autotune
No stations available will be shown on the display for a few seconds and then you see a menu of options. Use the Tune knob to scroll through the following options and push it to select that option. Tuning aid - See Tuning aid on page 12 for details of using the tuning aid to improve reception. Autotune local - See Retuning your unit on page 8 for details of the local autotune option. Autotune full - See Retuning your unit on page 8 for details of the full autotune option. 7
Retuning your unit
You can re-tune your unit at any time using the autotune process. You may wish to do this if a new multiplex is launched or you move your unit to another room. You do not need to perform an autotune to pick up new stations within a multiplex you are listening to as your EVOKE-1 Classic FM monitors and refreshes the list of available stations automatically when you tune to a station in that multiplex. The following two options are available: Autotune local - scans all frequencies in the UK channel allocation. This should only take a few seconds. Autotune full - scans the full range of digital frequencies in Band III. This may take a minute or more. 1. 2. Ensure your EVOKE-1 Classic FM is switched on and the aerial is connected and fully extended. Push and release the Autotune button once for local scan or hold down for around two seconds for a full scan. Note You can cancel Autotune by pushing the Autotune button again during the tuning process. The display will indicate tuning is underway. When finished, the EVOKE-1 Classic FM will return to the station you were listening to and you will hear it through the speaker. All the stations found are now stored in the unit and you can select another station as described in Selecting a station on page 9. If no stations are found, you see the message No stations available and the display shows an option menu, see If no stations are found during the autotune on page 7 for details of this menu. Check your aerial is fully extended and try one of the available tuning options.
Adjusting the volume
Once you have tuned your EVOKE-1 Classic FM you can adjust the volume using the Vol knob.
Selecting a station
Once you have tuned your EVOKE-1 Classic FM you select the digital radio station you want to listen to using the Tune knob. If you have assigned stations to presets you can also select them directly by pressing the relevant numbered button (2-6) or Classic FM button, see Storing and recalling presets on page 10. 1. The top line of the display shows the name of the currently selected station. Turn the Tune knob to see the names of other stored stations on the bottom line of the display. Stop when you find the station to which you want to listen. 2. Push and release the Tune knob to listen to the station you have selected. The display may show Now tuning. briefly as it finds the new station. If a station has one or more secondary services available the display will show >> next to the station name on the station list and they will appear next to the primary service as you turn the Tune knob. A secondary service will display << before the station name on the station list indicating that it belongs to the primary service next to it in the list. See page 14 for information on primary and secondary services. If the station has ? before its name the service is currently inactive or invalid. If you select a station which has this symbol, EVOKE-1 Classic FM tries to tune to that station. If still unavailable Station not available or Station off-air will be displayed and EVOKE-1 Classic FM will attempt to tune to an alternative station. A flashing cursor will indicate that this is underway. If you want to try to manually tune to this station you have five seconds after the message in which to push the Tune knob and the tuning aid will be displayed enabling you to adjust your aerial, see page 12 for details.
Changing the display mode
EVOKE-1 Classic FM has six display modes which enable you to view parts of the broadcast data on the bottom line of the display. Press the Display button and repeat to cycle through the six different display modes. Scrolling text Program Type The default mode, displays scrolling text messages which accompany the audio, where available. A description of the type of content being broadcast by the station. 9
Multiplex name Time and date Channel
Displays the name of the multiplex in which the current service is found, see Guide to digital radio on page 14 for more information on multiplexes. Displays the time and date obtained from the current multiplex. Displays the channel identifier and frequency for the station to which you are tuned, see Guide to digital radio on page 14 for more information. Displays the mode of the current service, Stereo or Mono and the data rate at which the audio signal is being transmitted. This rate is set by the broadcaster to suit the type and quality of material being transmitted. Displays the signal quality for the signal to which you are tuned. As a guide values from 85 to 100 indicate good reception, 70 to 84 borderline reception and 0 to 69 poor reception. You can attempt to improve this signal quality by adjusting your aerial position using the Tuning aid described on page 12.
Storing and recalling presets
The numbered buttons (2-6) enable you to store radio stations for one-touch access. The Classic FM button cannot be changed and will always take you directly to Classic FM. To store a station You can store a station to a preset while listening to it or when you see the station name on the bottom line of the display while scrolling through the station list. Press and hold down a numbered button for around two seconds to store the station under that number. The display shows e.g. Preset 2 saved when the station has been successfully saved. Once you save a station to a preset, the station name has the preset number next to it on the station list. To recall a previously stored station Press and release the numbered button under which you stored the station. If the selected preset is empty the display shows Preset empty for a few seconds and you continue listening to the currently selected station. 10
Advanced setup options
EVOKE-1 Classic FM has a number of advanced features which enable you to change the order and number of stations on the station list, use a tuning aid, apply Dynamic Range Control (DRC) and view the software version. Press the Setup button to enter the advanced setup menu, turn the Tune knob to scroll through the following menu options and push to select that option.
This option enables you to choose the order in which stations appear as you scroll through the station list. When you select this option you see the currently selected order on the top row of the display and a scroll list on the bottom. Turn the Tune knob to scroll through the following options and push to select one: Alphanumeric Fav station Displays all stations in alphanumeric order. This is the default setting. Displays the six most listened to stations at the top of the station list in alphanumeric order and the rest below in alphanumeric order. Your favourite stations will be displayed with a next to the station name when you scroll through the station list. Displays active stations at the top of the service list in alphanumeric order and inactive ones at the bottom in alphanumeric order. See Selecting a station on page 9 for information on active stations. Removes inactive stations from the station list. See Selecting a station on page 9 for information on active stations. Available only when Fav station order (above) has been selected. Transfers your favourite stations to the preset buttons. See page 10 for information on using presets.
Trim station list presets
This option provides a signal level display which you can use to find the best position for your radio and aerial. When you select this option, the bottom line of the display shows the channel identifier and frequency. See page 15 for useful addresses which you can contact to find the channel identifier for a multiplex you want to receive. 1. Turn the Tune knob to scroll through different channels and push the Tune knob to select one. Note The list includes all channels, UK stations are in the range 11B to 12D. You see a signal level display. The empty block indicates the minimum required level for reception and the solid blocks indicate the current level. 2. Move your aerial or radio while watching the display and to try to raise the current level to the empty block or beyond. The display will change to show the multiplex name on the bottom line of the display once a good signal is received and the multiplex will be added to the service list. 3. Push the Setup button to exit the tuning aid or turn the Tune knob to select another channel. Note You can also display the signal level for any station you are listening to by pushing the Tune knob.
DRC (Dynamic Range Control) enables you to alter the dynamic range of the received audio (dependent on broadcast material) by making the quieter sounds in a broadcast more audible at low volume or in a noisy environment. The DRC level of a broadcast is set by a broadcaster and transmitted with the service. Changing this DRC value enables you to apply a scaling factor to this level. When you select this option you see the current DRC value on the top line of the display and a scroll list on the bottom. Turn the Tune knob to scroll through the following options and push the Tune knob to select one: DRC 0 DRC scaling is switched off. This is the default setting. DRC DRC scaling is set to that sent with the transmitted service. DRC 1 Applies the DRC scaling as sent with the transmitted service.
This option enables you to view the version number of the software installed in your EVOKE-1 Classic FM. You may be asked to quote this if you contact Technical Support. This option can only be viewed, no adjustment is available. 12
Resetting your EVOKE-1 Classic FM
A reset option is provided to enable you to reset your unit. This removes all presets, stored stations and favourite station settings and resets all options to defaults. Performing an autotune process will solve most problems but you may want to use this option if you move house or want to restore default values to options you have changed. To select the reset option: 1. Press and hold the Setup button for more than two seconds. The display will show Press Tune to confirm reset. Release the Setup button. 2. Press the Tune knob to confirm the reset or press no buttons for around seven seconds to cancel the reset.
Guide to digital radio
Your EVOKE-1 Classic FM enables you to receive and listen to DAB radio programmes. Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) uses digital signals rather than traditional analogue signals enabling near CD-quality audio with virtually interference-free reception. DAB also enables broadcasters to transmit additional data along with the audio including other audio channels, text and in the future, perhaps computer data and images. Digital radio is broadcast as groups of data called ensembles or multiplexes. Each multiplex can contain a number of stations (services) and each station contains a primary service and can contain secondary services as illustrated in the following diagram. Each multiplex is transmitted in a set frequency range and received by your EVOKE-1 Classic FM for decoding. Your EVOKE-1 Classic FM enables you to receive multiplexes broadcast in frequency band III (174-240 MHz) and store the services in each multiplex for you to access. The number of multiplexes you receive will vary depending on your location. Band III is divided into 41 channels identified as 5A to 13F. Each channel can contain one multiplex. Channels allocated to the UK are in the range 11B to 12D. Multiplexes and stations have labels (names) which are used to identify them. Instead of needing to know a particular frequency to listen to your favourite broadcast you can simply select the station name. Secondary services and additional data such as text containing programme or multiplex information are also easily accessed using your EVOKE-1 Classic FM.
Useful website addresses
The following addresses provide additional useful information about digital radio including coverage, available services and usage tips: Digital Radio Development Bureau BBC Digital Radio Digital One Classic FM www.digitalradionow.com www.bbc.co.uk/digitalradio www.ukdigitalradio.com www.classicfm.com
This section gives some of the most likely solutions to problems you might have with your EVOKE-1 Classic FM.
I cant get any sound
Make sure your EVOKE-1 Classic FM is plugged in and switched on as explained on page 7. Check that the volume is not set too low, see page 8 for details. Ensure that you have completed the Autotune procedure to find digital radio stations as explained on pages 7 and 8.
Display says No stations available
Check that your aerial is connected and fully extended. Use the Autotune facility to search for services, see pages 7 and 8. Try using the tuning aid to adjust your aerial or radio position, see page 12.
I cant access secondary services
At the time of publishing not many secondary services are available. If secondary services are available for the currently selected station the secondary >> indicator will be shown on the display next to the station name, see page 9.
Display says Station off-air
This may occur if a broadcaster takes a station off-air whilst you are listening to it. If your radio is tuned to a secondary service EVOKE-1 Classic FM re-tunes to the associated primary service. If tuned to a primary service, EVOKE-1 Classic FM will wait until the service resumes or you can choose a new station.
Display says 'Station not available'
If display says Station not available when you select Classic FM or any other station, this indicates that you have poor reception for that station or multiplex at your location. EVOKE-1 Classic FM will attempt to tune to an alternative station. A flashing cursor will indicate that this is underway. If you want to try to manually tune to this station you have five seconds after the message in which to push the Tune knob and the tuning aid will be displayed enabling you to adjust your aerial, see page 12 for details.
I cant hear the station I have selected on the display
The top line of the display shows the currently selected station. To change station you need to scroll the station list displayed on the bottom line of the display and confirm your selection by pressing the Tune knob, as described on page 9.
I hear a burbling sound on some stations
Although DAB is excellent at providing quality audio from very little signal, the quality can suffer if the signal strength is too low. If that happens, a burbling sound can sometimes be heard. To help reduce this, check that your aerial is fully extended and upright. If the problem persists try moving your EVOKE-1 Classic FM or repositioning your aerial using the tuning aid described on page 12. See page 17 for additional advice on aerials. For the latest troubleshooting information visit the support section on our website at www.pure-digital.com.
The Troubleshooting section of this manual, above, lists some of the more likely reasons for problems you might have with your EVOKE-1 Classic FM. If you still have a problem with your unit, either visit our website at www.pure-digital.com or contact us using the details below for the latest support information. PURE Digital, Imagination Technologies Ltd, Home Park Estate, Kings Langley, Herts., WD4 8LZ, UK email@example.com
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Your EVOKE-1 Classic FM is supplied with a telescopic DAB aerial. This is an indoor aerial which is designed to give good reception in areas with good to moderate DAB signal strength. In areas with poor DAB coverage or poor signal strength you may want to consider using a loft mounted or external aerial. To find out about coverage in your area contact one of the organisations listed on page 15. The following options may help you improve reception in your area. A range of DAB aerials are available from our website, see page 18. 1. Telescopic Aerial Optimise the position of your telescopic aerial by extending it as high as possible and pointing it vertically. Use the tuning aid to fine tune the aerial placement, see page 12. 2. TV/FM Aerial If you have an externally mounted TV or FM aerial it may provide a stronger signal than an indoor aerial but as they are not tuned for the digital radio frequency range and are pointed at your local TV/FM transmitter, reception may be no better. The standard TV or FM RF connector cannot be plugged into your EVOKE-1 Classic FM directly, you will need to use an RF to F-type adapter. You may also find that you need to use a signal booster if you want to use the aerial for both TV or FM and DAB reception. 3. External or loft mounted DAB Aerial Two main types are used. These types of aerials may require professional installation: Dipole for use in marginal signal areas, this type is omnidirectional and should increase the strength of all DAB stations being received. 4-element aerial for use in marginal or poor signal areas, this type is directional and has high gain. Like a TV or FM aerial this type needs to point at the transmitter. Installation requires someone to move the aerial while you use the tuning aid. If you receive signals from multiple transmitters you should point your aerial at the one which gives the best signal for the services to which you want to listen. 4. Signal booster This is a signal amplifier which connects into an aerial cable and boosts the strength of the received signal. If your aerial provides marginal reception, even after adjusting its position, a booster may improve your reception. Dipole Aerial
PURE Digital supply a range of accessories and complementary products for your EVOKE-1 Classic FM including a matching ST-1 auxiliary speaker for stereo output, external aerials, signal boosters, audio cables and adapters. Visit the shop section of our website at www.pure-digital.com or call us on to find out more. Note You can also order an ST-1 speaker directly using the form on your warranty card.
Imagination Technologies Ltd. warrants to the end user that this product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship in the course of normal use for a period of two years from the date of purchase. This guarantee covers breakdowns due to manufacturing or design faults; it does not apply in cases such as accidental damage, however caused, wear and tear, negligence, adjustment, modification or repair not authorised by us. Please return your warranty card to register your product with us. Should you have a problem with your unit please contact your supplier or contact PURE Digital Support at the address on the rear cover of this manual.
This section lists the technical specifications for the EVOKE-1 Classic FM. General Stereo digital radio (stereo output possible with auxiliary speaker) with full Band III reception capability, for reception of all UK DAB broadcasts. Fully compliant with ETS and capable of decoding all DAB transmission modes 1-4. Analogue stereo output and headphone socket. Single 3 inch co-axial speaker Band III (174 - 240 MHz), with fast Autotune feature -96 dBm RF F-connector 75 for DAB aerial connection (telescopic aerial supplied). 12V DC power adapter socket (230V adapter supplied) 3.5mm for stereo analogue audio output, headphones and stereo for auxiliary speaker Power on/off, Tune, Autotune, Display, Setup, Volume, Six presets including Classic FM. High visibility backlit LCD display with 16 x 2 characters 80 Hz to 20 kHz 3.4 Wrms @ 10% THD, 2.8 Wrms @ 0.1% THD 230V AC to 12V DC external power adapter. CE marked. Compliant with the EMC and Low Voltage Directives (89/336/EEC and 73/23/EEC) 210mm (width) x 175mm (height) x 110mm (depth)
Speaker Frequency Range Tuner Sensitivity Input connectors Output connectors Controls LCD Display Amplifier Freq range Amplifier Power Power supply Approvals Dimensions
Please return your registration card to the following address to validate your warranty. PURE Digital Imagination House, Imagination Technologies Ltd., Home Park Estate, Kings Langley, Herts., WD4 8LZ, UK firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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