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    iF500 iPod Docking Speaker System
    User’s Manual
    Please carefully read this manual before operating the system
    www.edifier.com
    Edifier International Limited
    Made in China
    NOTICE:
    For the need of technical improvement and system upgrade,
    information contained herein may be subject to change
    from time to time without prior notice
    Copyright 2008
    All Rights Reserved.
    Manual Edition 1.0 , Sep. 2008
    Printed in China
    Illustrations and functional depict Illustrations and functional depict
    Making connections
    Guidance for using remote controller
    Guidance for using remote controller
    Listening to the FM radio
    Important safety instruction
    Unpack the box
    Products of Edifier will be customized for different applications. Pictures and illustrations shown on this manual may be
    slightly different from actual product. If any difference is found, the actual product prevails.
    Thank you for purchasing this Edifier product. For generations, Edifier tries to provide powered speaker products to satisfy the need of
    our end customers, even the most demanding ones. This product can add to your home entertainment, personal computer, and mini home
    theater great sound performance. Please read this manual carefully to obtain the best of this system.
    The lightning flash with arrowhead inside the triangle,
    is intended to alert the user to the presence of
    un-insulated dangerous voltage within the product's
    enclosure that may be of a sufficient magnitude to
    constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
    To prevent the risk of electric shock, do not
    remove cover (or back). No user-serviceable
    Parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified
    Service personnel only.
    The exclamation point inside the triangle is intended
    to alert the user to the presence of important
    operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions
    in the literature accompanying the product.
    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    Please read all the instructions herein. Please retain this manual safely for future reference.
    Please heed all safety warnings. Please install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
    Please adjust the volume control to a comfortable level to avoid damaging your hearing and the system.
    • Do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
    • Do not use the speakers near water, and do not immerse them in any liquid or pour any liquid on them.
    • Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other.
    • For added protection during lightning storms, unplug the speakers from the electrical outlet and turn off the computer.
    • Unplug this apparatus when unused for long periods of time.
    • Place the speakers away from all heat sources, such as heaters, stoves, and direct sunlight.
    • Do not block the openings in the speaker cabinets. Never push objects into speaker vents or slots. Prevent risk of fire or electric
    shock hazards, and provide sufficient space around the speakers for proper ventilation.
    • Place the speakers in a stable location so that it will not fall causing damage to the speakers or bodily harm.
    • Unplug the speakers from the computer and from the electrical outlet before cleaning them with a damp cloth.
    • Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as the 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. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel only.
    • Use the plug or the coupler inlet to disconnect with mains.
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    Specification & E.I.D.C. Instruction
    Troubleshooting
    Not all speakers function:
    Please first check if the speaker wires are connected securely; then check if the Line-in connectors are reversed;
    check also if the audio source is at fault.
    One satellite speaker does not function when playing CD from computer:
    This kind of phenomena is prone to happen on new computer systems that one satellite does not function when playing
    CD, but system works fine when playing WAV formatted files.
    This is mainly due to the fault connection of CD-ROM and sound card, that one channel of signal is shorted to the ground.
    Please refer to the manual of CD-ROM and sound card to adjust the wire connection.
    System does not work at all:
    1. Please check if power is connected, and if the wall outlet is switched on.
    2. Please check if the amplifier is still in STBY mode
    3. Please check if the master volume is turned to minimum
    4. Please check if the audio input cable is connected correctly
    5. Please check if there is signal from audio source
    Noise coming from speakers:
    Amplifier circuitry of this product generates little noise, while the background noise of some VCD/DVD player or computer
    sound card are too high.
    Please keep the system in active mode and remove the audio source, if no sound can be heard at 1 meter away from
    the system, then there is no problem with this product.
    Magnetic interference:
    This system is complete magnetically shielded, and can be placed near TV or monitor.
    But since magnet of the subwoofer driver is large, some magnetism leakage is inevitable when the system is too
    close to the monitor, and it is recommended to keep a 1 meter distance between the speaker system and monitor
    or TV set.
    Poor FM reception:
    In certain circumstance, the reception of locked station is poor due to the weak FM signal and strong environmental
    interference. Try to move the system to another place to get better signal reception.
    If you have any further questions or concerns regarding Edifier Products
    Please visit our website at: www.edifier.com, or email Edifier Support for further assistance
    at: main@edifier.com, If you prefer, you may contact us by phone, Toll Free: 1-877-EDIFIER (334-3437).
    Power output: Satellite: RMS 2 x 10W (THD + N =10%, f0= 1KHz)
    Subwoofer: RMS 32W (THD + N =10%, f0= 80Hz)
    Signal to noise ratio: ≥85 dBA
    Distortion:
    ≤0.5%
    Input sensitivity:
    AUX: Satellites: 150 mV ± 50 mV
    Subwoofer: 100 mV ± 50 mV
    iPod: Satellites: 150 mV ± 50 mV
    Subwoofer: 100 mV ± 50 mV
    Input type: AUX, iPod, FM
    Adjustment: Master volume control on both the remote control & the control panel,
    separate bass/treble adjustment on the remote control
    Bass unit: 5.75 inch, magnetically shielded, 6Ω
    Mid-range: 2.75 inch, magnetically shielded, 5Ω
    Treble unit: 2.5 inch, magnetically shielded, 6Ω
    Dimension:
    376mm×390mm×240mm
    Net Weight: Approx 4.7 kg
    Gross Weight: Approx 6.1 kg
    Input selection button
    Dock adapter for iPod
    Digital display – display FM frequency, preset groups, master volume, bass/treble
    trimmer value and etc.
    Box content
    • iF500
    • Power adapter
    • Remote controller
    • 12 pcs dock adapter for iPod
    • 2.5mm to 3.5mm connecting cable
    • 3.5mm to RCA connecting cable
    • 3.5mm to 2.5mm adapter cable
    • User's manual
    1. Connect the speaker system to the A.C. wall outlet with the included power adapter.
    2. Dock your iPod with correct dock adapter, or connect to a secondary source using the included 2.5mm to
    3.5mm adapter cable.
    3. While iPod is docked, its menu navigation is accessible either by operating the touch sensible pad (screen)
    on iPod itself or by operating the remote controller. Refer to guidance for using remote controller.
    Switch to FM tuner and select the preset group:
    Press “INPUT” button on the control panel or the “FM” key on remote controller to turn on the FM tuner, the system will switch
    to the last FM station selected. Preset group index and channel frequency will be shown on the display panel.
    Press the “FM” button on the remote controller when the tuner is on (in FM input), the system will switch between the 3
    preset groups.
    Tuning the radio
    To find a channel with a stronger signal, or tune to the target channel, you can:
    1. Press and hold “ ” on the remote controller to seek to a higher frequency,
    or “ ” to a lower frequency, until getting one channel locked down.
    2. Press the “ ” or “ ” on the control panel to skip between preset groups
    3. Press “ / ” to manually tune to a lower/higher frequency step by step, the step frequency is 0.1MHz.
    Store a favorite channel to the preset group
    1. Press and hold the number keys (1 to 6) on the remote controller to store the current channel to the
    current preset group. Totally 18 channels can be set to 3 preset groups, with different index “1.x”, “2.x”
    and “3.x” shown on display.
    2. Press the “MENU” button when tuner is on, after “Auto” is shown on the display, press “SELECT” button
    to start “auto search”. The first 18 channels locked down will be stored to the preset groups from FM1 to FM3.
    When operating the remote controller, point the remote controller to the IR window on the base
    of iF500 as shown in the picture, the optimum operational distance is within 7 meters.
    When a remote command is sent, power indicator on the remote controller will blink.
    Refer to guidance for using remote controller.
    iF500 Remote controller
    2.5mm to 3.5mm connecting cable
    3.5mm to 2.5mm adapter cable
    3.5mm to RCA connecting cable
    Dock adapter for iPod
    User's manualPower adapter
    Note: Refer to the markings under each dock adapter for use.
    Volume up button
    Volume down button
    Power switch
    Input indicators
    Fast forward
    Input Press to… Press and hold to…
    FM Skip between preset groups Seek into higher frequency until lock down one channel
    iPod Skip to next tracks Fast forward in current track
    AUX Do nothing Do nothing
    Fast rewind
    Input Press to… Press and hold to…
    FM Skip between preset groups Seek into lower frequency until lock down one channel
    iPod Skip to next tracks Fast rewind in current track
    AUX Do nothing Do nothing
    To A.C.
    (AUX) Line in
    7. Navigation pad:
    Menu:
    Input
    Press to… Press and hold to…
    FM One press to switch on the “Auto Search”; one more press to entry the Do nothing
    region selection; one more press to return to normal mode.
    iPod Equals to one press on the “Menu” key on iPod (classic menu structure only)
    Do nothing
    AUX
    Do nothing Do nothing
    “ ”:
    Input Press to… Press and hold to…
    FM
    Switch between preset groups Seek into lower frequency until lock
    down one channel
    iPod Skip to previous track Fast rewind in current track
    AUX
    Do nothing Do nothing
    “ ”:
    Input Press to… Press and hold to…
    FM Switch between preset groups Seek into higher frequency until lock
    down one channel
    iPod Skip to next track Fast forward in current track
    AUX
    Do nothing Do nothing
    “Select”:
    Input Press to… Press and hold to…
    FM Function with “Menu” to complete “auto search” and “region selection” Do nothing
    iPod Play the current track Do nothing
    AUX
    Do nothing Do nothing
    “ ”:
    Input Press to… Press and hold to…
    FM Do nothing Do nothing
    iPod Play the current track Do nothing
    AUX
    Do nothing Do nothing
    8. Treble+/-: +/-7 treble adjustment
    9. Bass+/-: +/-10 bass adjustment
    10:Vol+/Vol-: 50-step master volume adjustment
    Preset index: “3” for
    “preset group 3”,
    and “1” for the first channel
    Current frequency
    Display panel
    1. " " – Power on/off
    Press this button to set the system on / off. The system can recall the volume last adjusted; turn off the main
    power when unused for a long period of time.
    2. " " -- Mute
    A single press shall mute the system, leaving the corresponding mode indicator blinking, until another press
    to revoke the system.
    3. Presets – figure “1” to “6”
    When FM tuner is on:
    Press to skip to a stored radio station.
    Press and hold to store the current channel into the current preset group, figure on the display panel will show
    the preset group index.
    4. Input selection buttons:
    FM: press this key when playing from iPod or AUX, the system will turn to FM;
    press this key when FM is on, will turn the system from FM preset group 1(FM1) to preset group 2(FM2), then
    preset group 3(FM3), and back to preset group 1.
    Preset index will be shown on the display panel
    iPod: plays from your iPod.
    Aux: plays from an auxiliary audio sources, such as an MP3/CD/PC soundcard.
    Connect the audio sources to the system using the included 3.5mm to 2.5mm adapter cable.
    5. “ ”
    Input Press to…
    Press and hold to…
    FM Tune to lower frequency by one step (0.1MHz) Tune to lower frequency continuously,
    with 0.1MHz every step
    iPod Move the highlight band of iPod menu down for one step Move the highlight band of iPod menu
    down continuously
    AUX Do nothing Do nothing
    6.“ ”
    Input Press to… Press and hold to…
    FM Tune to higher frequency by one step (0.1MHz) Tune to higher frequency continuously,
    with 0.1MHz every step
    iPod Move the highlight band of iPod menu up for one step Move the highlight band of iPod menu
    up continuously
    AUX Do nothing
    Do nothing
    Note: When the system is set to standby, and “OFF” is shown on the display
    panel, press "Mute" on the remote control to set the system back to default settings.
    E.I.D.C. Instruction
    As an advanced audio control technology of Edifier, E.I.D.C. (Electrical Intelligent Distortion Control) has been patented
    by China, USA and many other countries.
    The in-system microcontroller collects and calculates the distortion of the power amplifier. When the distortion is reaching
    a critical amount, the system automatically adjusts and balances the power increment thus to avoid distorted sound
    output and achieve a better compatibility to different output levels of different audio sources.
    E.I.D.C. guarantees you the lowest distortion and the most authentic audio playback, protects you from hearing harms
    and apparatus damages.
    Advantages of E.I.D.C:
    1. Compatible to various types of audio sources
    2. Protects the apparatus and speakers units connected to the system
    3. Protects your hearing
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Spécifications du iF500 de la marque Edifier

Marque Edifier
Modèle iF500
Produit Station d'acceuil
EAN 6923520262205, 6923520262212, 875674009754
Langue Anglais
Type de fichier PDF
Audio
Canaux de sortie audio 2.1
Puissance évaluée de RMS 52
Rapport signal-sur-bruit 85
Radio
Radio FM
Connectivité
Entrée DC
Design
Couleur du produit Noir
Commande de volume Numérique
Autres caractéristiques
Dimensions (LxPxH) 376 x 240 x 390
Poids et dimensions
Poids 6100

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