Sony ICF-C630 Manual
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|Mariona||4:03am on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|Clock Does Not Stay Lit Bought this clock radio for my Mom. It was a perfect fit for the shelf in her kitchen corner niche. GREAT LITTLE RADIO CLOCK FOR THE PRICE JUST RECEIVED THIS AND ITS A GREAT BUY. IT IS VERY HARD TO FIND SMALL RADIO CLOCKS THAT ARE AC/DC. Too small and too bright I like the fact that I can now set the alarm for 2 different times since I get up at different times during the week.|
|Fatalissimo||9:26pm on Monday, September 6th, 2010|
|Great Alarm Clock for Home or Hotel I bought this alarm clock because all the other ones we have bought either take up too much space on the dresser o...|
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AM/FM Clock Radio
v v v v v v SMART AND STYLISH DESIGN COMPACT FOOTPRINT AM/FM TUNER DUAL ALARM EXTENDABLE SNOOZE NAP TIMER TRIPLE TIME DISPLAY DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME/SUMMER TIME MELODY ALARM ALARM INDICATOR BRIGHTNESS CONTROL (M/L) GREEN LCD AC/DC OPERATION (2 AA BATTERIES OR AC POWER ADAPTOR) FULL POWER BACK-UP STEP-UP FEATURE NEW FEATURE
SMART AND STYLISH DESIGN attractive modern design to compliment
FREQUENCY RANGE: AM: 530-1710kHz
v COMPACT FOOTPRINT takes up a minimum of space on nightstand, desk
ANTENNA SYSTEM: AM: Built-in Ferrite Bar antenna
FM: Wire Antenna
SPEAKER: 2 14" (57mm) POWER REQUIREMENTS: AC 120V, 2 AA Batteries DIMENSIONS: 3 34" x 4 18" x 3 14" (94 x 104 x 82mm) WEIGHT: 11 oz (313g) without batteries SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES: AC Power Adaptor
2003 Sony Electronics Inc. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. All rights reserved. Sony and Dream Machine are trademarks of Sony. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measures are approximate.
AM/FM TUNER lets you choose from a wide variety of radio, talk and
DUAL ALARM permits two separate wake-up time settings EXTENDABLE SNOOZE gives you the freedom to easily choose your own
snooze time instead of being held captive by the short time intervals of other snooze timers; each press of the snooze bar adds an additional 10 minutes to your total snooze time; up to a full hour of uninterrupted sleep will be your choice after the alarm first sounds, all with just a few quick flicks of your fingertips.
v NAP TIMER is a separate button which allows you to take a short nap
and wake up to radio or buzzer without changing your alarm settings. (you can select your favorite nap time 10/20/30/60/90/120 minutes)
v TRIPLE TIME DISPLAY Allows a main display for the time and 2 for the
v DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME/SUMMER TIME summer time adjustment; one
hour skip function
v MELODY ALARM 2 alarm melodies available
ALARM INDICATOR confirms that the alarm has been activated to turn
on at the preset time
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL (M/L) lets you adjust the level of display
brightness to suit your preference, in the day or nighttime
GREEN LCD delivers a high-contrast highly readable display, even under a
variety of lighting conditions
AC/DC OPERATION (2 AA BATTERIES OR AC POWER ADAPTOR) for on
the go listening anywhere or lets you use AC adapter to operate the radio
FULL POWER BACK UP uses 2 AA batteries (optional) to maintain clock
and alarm operation in the event of a blackout or other power failure
Sony Electronics Inc 1 Sony Drive, Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656 www.sony.com
Printed in USA 2/2003
FM/AM Clock Radio
Since a strong magnet is used for the speaker, keep away personal credit cards using magnetic coding or spring-wound watches from the unit to prevent possible damage from the magnet. When the casing becomes soiled, clean it with a soft dry cloth moistened with mild detergent solution. Never use abrasive cleansers or chemical solvents, as they may deform the casing. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Choosing Power Sources
(See Fig. A) Installing the Batteries
Press the tab of the battery compartment lid inward and pull upward to open the lid. Install two Size AA (R6) batteries (not supplied) with the correct polarity and close the lid. AM12:00 flashes in the display when you install batteries for the first time. To stop the display from flashing, set the clock. (See Setting the Clock.) Note When operating the unit on batteries, remove the AC power adaptor from the DC IN jack. The unit cannot be operated on batteries when the AC power adaptor is connected to the DC IN jack. Battery Life (Approx. hours) When using Sony alkaline size AA (LR6) Sony size AA (R6) FM (JEITA*) AM 71 30
Should any problem occur with the unit, make the following checks to determine whether or not servicing is required. If the problem persists, consult your nearest Sony dealer. The clock does not show the correct time. Has an electrical power outage lasting more than 4 minutes occurred?
Size AA (R6) 2
To DC IN 4.5 V jack
AC power adaptor To a wall outlet
Sony Corporation 2003 Printed in China
DREAM MACHINE is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
The radio, buzzer or melody alarm does not sound at the preset alarm time. Has the desired radio, buzzer or melody alarm been activated? (i.e. Is the ALARM or ALARM indication lit?) The radio alarm is activated but no sound comes on at the preset alarm time. Has a station been tuned in before setting the radio alarm? The volume is set to the minimum level. Very weak or interrupted sound, or unsatisfactory reception. Weak batteries. When in a vehicle or building, move closer to a window. Display is dim, or no indication is displayed. Weak batteries. The unit is being used in extremely high or low temperatures or in a place with excessive moisture. Sound is not heard and E appears in the display. Batteries are exhausted.
Insert the # side of the battery first.
* Measured by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association) standards. The actual battery life may vary depending on the circumstance of the unit. When to replace the batteries When the batteries become weak, the sound becomes weak and distorted. E flashes on the display. When the batteries are completely exhausted, E appears on the display and the power is turned off. Note on replacing the batteries Do not take more than 3 minutes to replace the batteries, otherwise the clock and standby settings will be deleted from the memory. Should that happen, reset the functions again. After the batteries are replaced, press RADIO ON/ OFF to turn the indication off. Notes on Batteries Do not charge dry batteries. Do not carry dry batteries together with coins or other metallic objects. It can generate heat if the positive and negative terminals of the batteries accidentally come into contact with metallic objects. Do not use different types of batteries at the same time. When you replace the batteries, replace all with new ones.
For customers in the USA Please register this product on line at http://www.sony.com/productregistration. Proper registration will enable us to send you periodic mailings about new products, services, and other important announcements. Registering your product will also allow us to contact you in the unlikely event that the product needs adjustment or modification. Thank you.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
Dual alarm FM/AM clock radio. You can set Radio and Melody alarms to defferent time. (You can select Melody sound from the following; 1. Buzzer, 2. Morning from Peer Gynt, by Grieg - suite No.1, Op.46, 3.For Eliza by Beethoven.) Triple displaymain display for the clock, and two sub-displays for the alarms. Nap timerCount down Timer (10,20,30,60,90,120 minutes) Extendable Snooze time from 10 to 60 minutes. LCD with brightness adjustment backlight. (High/ Medium/Low) D.S.T. (Daylight Saving Time)Summer time adjustment (one-hour skip function). AC/DC operationYou can place the radio anywhere you like using it with the AC power adaptor or the batteries.
Time display: 12-hour system Frequency range: FM: 87.5108 MHz AM: kHz Speaker: Approx. 5.7 cm (1/4 in), 4 Power output: 120 mW (at 10% harmonic distortion) Power requirements: 3 V DC, two Size AA (R6) batteries External power source: DC IN 4.5 V Dimensions: Approx. 82 mm (w/h/d) (3 3/1/1/4 in) incl. projecting parts and controls Approx. 82 mm (w/h/d) (3 3/1/1/4 in) not incl. projecting parts and controls Mass: Approx. 313 g (11 oz) incl. batteries Accessories supplied: AC power adaptor (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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.
Using House Current (See Fig. B)
Connect the Sony AC power adaptor to the DC IN 4.5 V jack firmly, and plug it into a wall outlet. The power source will automatically switch to the external power source even if batteries are installed. Notes on the AC power adaptor When operating the unit with an external power source, do not remove the batteries. These batteries serve to backup the clock and standby settings. Since batteries discharge in this case as well, we recommend changing them about once a year. Before connecting and disconnecting the external power source plug, be sure to turn off the radio. Otherwise, E may be displayed. When this occurs, turn on the radio so that E disappears. When operating the unit with the internal batteries, remove the AC power adaptor from the wall outlet and the DC IN 4.5 V jack. Make sure that the plug of the external power source is disconnected before operating the unit. Use the recommended Sony AC power adaptor only. The polarity of the plugs of other manufacturers may be different. Failure to use the recommended AC power adaptor may cause the unit to malfunction.
Operate the unit only on 4.5 V DC. For battery operation, use two size AA (R6) batteries. For AC operation, use only the recommended AC power adaptor. The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to a wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off. The nameplate indicating operating voltage, etc. is located on the bottom exterior. Avoid exposure to temperature extremes, direct sunlight, moisture, sand, dust or mechanical shock. Never leave in a car parked under the sun. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the unit, disconnect the AC power adaptor and remove the batteries, and have the unit checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. Make sure that no liquid or foreign material enters the DC IN 4.5 V jack of the unit. This may lead to the malfunction of the unit. In vehicles or buildings, radio reception may be difficult or subject to interference. Try listening near a window.
Before You Begin
Thank you for choosing the Sony Dream Machine! It will give you many hours of reliable service and listening pleasure. Before operating the radio, please read these instructions thoroughly and retain them for future reference.
Polarity of the plug
B AC K L I G H T
S N O O Z E / SLEEP
ALARM R A D I O
You can listen to buzzer and two kinds of melodies by pressing BACKLIGHTSNOOZE/ SLEEP OFF while AM 12:00 is flashing (Demo function). To stop buzzer or melodies, press RADIO ON/OFF. To listen to buzzer or melodies again, press BACKLIGHTSNOOZE/ SLEEP OFF. To deactivate Demo function, set the clock. (See Setting the Clock.)
Do not operate the unit over a steel desk or metal surface, as this may lead to interference of reception.
The alarm will come on at the preset time and will automatically turn itself off after about 30 minutes. Notes When the alarm comes on at the preset time, ALARM or ALARM indication flashes. If you do not set the alarm time and ALARM or ALARM indication is lit, the alarm will sound at PM 12:00. For the buzzer alarm, the beeping of the alarm becomes more rapid after about every 15 to 20 seconds in 3 progressive stages.
To Deactivate the Sleep Timer
Press BACKLIGHTSNOOZE/SLEEP OFF to turn off the radio before the set time has elasped, or press SLEEP to set the Sleep timer to OFF in step 3. SLEEP disappears from the display.
Playing the Radio
1 Press RADIO ON/OFF to turn on the 4
radio. Press BAND to select the band. Use TUNE to tune in to the desired station. Adjust volume using VOL.
To Use Both Sleep Timer and Alarm
You can fall asleep to the radio and also be awakened by the radio, buzzer or melody alarm at the preset time.
Setting the brightness of the backlight
To turn off the radio, press RADIO ON/OFF.
ALARM OFF To Stop the Alarm
Press RADIO ON/OFF to turn off the alarm. The alarm will come on again at the same time the next day.
1 Set the alarm. (See Setting the Alarm.) 2 Set the sleep timer. (See Setting the Sleep
Setting the Alarm
Before setting the time for the radio, buzzer and melody alarms, make sure you have set the current time (see Setting the Clock). For the radio alarm, make sure you have tuned in to a radio station beforehand (see Playing the Radio).
Note The brightness of the backlight is fixed when using the unit on batteries. When using batteries: Press BACKLIGHTSNOOZE/SLEEP OFF. The backlight will light for 5 seconds. If any buttons are pressed while the backlight is on, the backlight will turn off 5 seconds after pressing the button. When using on House current: The initial setting for the brightness of the backlight is High. Press BACKLIGHTSNOOZE/SLEEP OFF for 2 seconds. Each press changes the brightness of the backlight as follows.
High Low Medium
To Deactivate the Alarm
For the radio alarm, press ALARM A to turn off ALARM indication. For the buzzer or melody alarm, press ALARM B to turn off ALARM indication. Notes The alarm does not function unless you set the clock and activate the alarm function. If both Radio alarm and Buzzer or Melody alarm are set for the same time, the radio alarm will take priority.
TIME SET SLEEP D.S.T SUMMER T. CLOCK
Using the NAP Timer (Count Down Timer)
The NAP timer sounds the buzzer after a preset time duration. Press NAP repeatedly until the desired minutes is displayed. Each press changes the display as follows:
OFF (current time) 60 30
To Set the Alarm Time To Set the Radio Alarm 1 Press and hold down ALARM A for a few
You will hear a beep. The ALARM indication and the hour will start to flash in the display.
FM wire antenna
2 Press TIME SET + or until the correct 3
hour appears in the display. Press ALARM A once.
You will hear a beep and the minutes will start to flash in the display.
To Doze for a Few More Minutes
Press BACKLIGHTSNOOZE/SLEEP OFF. The radio, buzzer or melody turns off but will automatically come on again after about 10 minutes. Every time you press BACKLIGHTSNOOZE/ SLEEP OFF, the snooze time changes as follows:
There is a tactile dot beside VOL to show the direction to turn up the volume.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set the minutes.
After setting the minutes, press ALARM A. You will hear two beeps which confirm the setting.
A RADIO FM AM B 123 SLEEP
Setting the Clock
The display will flash AM 12:00 when the batteries are installed or the AC power adaptor is plugged in for the first time.
1 Press and hold down CLOCK/D.S.T. for a
You will hear a beep and the hour will start to flash in the display.
To Set the Buzzer or Melody Alarm 1 Press and hold down ALARM B for a few
The display shows the snooze time for a few seconds and returns to show the current time. When you press BACKLIGHTSNOOZE/SLEEP OFF after the current time appeared, the snooze time starts from 10 minutes again. The maximum length of the snooze time is 60 minutes. While the snooze function is operating, the alarm indication flashes.
You will hear two beeps when the display turns from OFF to 10. appears and the NAP time are displayed for a few seconds. NAP timer starts counting down the NAP time. When selected NAP time has passed, the buzzer comes on, and flashes in the display. The buzzer is turned off automatically after about 30 minutes.
To Stop NAP Timer
Press NAP or RADIO ON/OFF to turn off the buzzer.
To Deactivate NAP Timer
Press NAP. go off.
2 Press TIME SET + or until the correct
hour appears in the display.
hour appears in the display. Press ALARM B once.
3 Press CLOCK/D.S.T once.
After setting the minutes, press CLOCK/D.S.T. You will hear two beeps and the clock will start counting from zero second. To set the current time rapidly, hold down TIME SET + or. To adjust the time exactly to the second, press CLOCK/D.S.T simultaneously with the time signal.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set the minutes. 5 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to select the alarm
sound from buzzer, melody 1 or melody 2.
After setting the alarm, press ALARM B. You will hear two beeps which confirm the setting. You can choose alarm sound from one of the following. 1. Buzzer 2. Morning from Peer Gynt, by Grieg suite No.1, Op.46 3. For Eliza by Beethoven Note To adjust the radio alarm volume, turn VOL. The volume for buzzer and melody is fixed.
Setting the Sleep Timer
By setting the sleep timer, you can fall asleep to the radio sound. The radio will turn off automatically after a set time. The sleep timer can be set to turn off after 15, 30, 60 or 90 minutes.
1 Tune in to the desired station. (See Playing
2 Press SLEEP.
The sleep timer setting of 90 appears and SLEEP lights up in the display.
To change the display to the daylight saving time (summer time) indication
Press CLOCK/D.S.T. is displayed and the time indication changes to summer time. To deactivate the summer time function, press CLOCK/D.S.T. again.
3 Press SLEEP repeatedly to select the
desired sleep timer setting while SLEEP is lit.
Each press changes the display as follows:
ALARM ON To activate the alarm
For the radio alarm: Press ALARM A. The ALARM is shown. indication appears and the alarm time
Improving the reception
FM: Extend the FM wire antenna fully to improve the reception (see Fig. C-A). AM: Rotate the unit horizontally for optimum reception. A ferrite bar antenna is built into the unit (see Fig. C-B).
You will hear two beeps when the display turns from OFF to 90. The radio will play for the time you set, then shut off.
For the buzzer or melody alarm: Press ALARM B. The ALARM indication appears and the alarm time is shown.
To Change the Sleep Timer Setting
Press SLEEP repeatedly to select the desired sleep timer setting.
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