Little Shelford

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Box Contents

A. Majority Little Shelford Radio
B. Micro-USB Power Adapter

Controls and Functions

Top View

  1. Standby/Mode
  2. Scan
  3. Previous
  4. Next
  5. Enter/Snooze
  6. Preset
  7. Volume Dial -/+
  8. Info/Menu
  9. Dimmer

Back View

  1. On/Off Power Switch
  2. DC Power Input
  3. 3.5mm Earphone Jack
  4. Battery compartment
  5. Aerial

Instructions Guide

Basic Operation

Please note all (Ref.) refer to the Controls and Functions in the above diagrams.

Starting up your radio

Plug the adaptor connector into the back of the system labelled ‘DC in’ and turn the power on from the mains (Ref.11). Alternatively, insert 4x AA batteries rather than using the above process for mains power. (Ref.13)

Ensure the antenna (Ref.14) is extended as far as possible so that you can rotate it. This will enable you to get the best signal you can.

Switch the button on the rear of the unit to “on” (Ref.10) and the screen will show “Welcome to Digital Radio”.

From the “Welcome to Digital Radio” screen, click the ‘Standby/Mode’ button (Ref.1) to switch your radio on. At this point, you will be required to select your chosen radio language. When DAB mode is activated for the first time, a scan will automatically commence, or will play the last station before the unit was turned off.

Select ‘Standby/Mode’ (Ref.1) to switch between DAB, FM and Bluetooth.

Standby

To change your radio back to standby, press and hold the ‘Standby/Mode’ (Ref.1) button . To turn your radio off completely, switch the On/Off button at the back of the unit to ‘Off’ (Ref.10).

DAB/DAB+ Radio

Fully extend the antenna (Ref.14) to ensure that the best signal can be received before scanning.

From the “Welcome to Digital Radio” screen, click the ‘Standby/Mode’ button (Ref.1) and your radio will automatically scan for DAB stations. On first use it will automatically scan all stations and save them, and also synchronize the time and date of the station.

If the unit hasn’t automatically scanned or you would like to rescan the available stations, press the ‘Scan’ button (Ref.2) and then release. This would be advisable to repeat on DAB mode if you are having trouble listening to particular stations.

By pressing the Scan button, the radio will scan for available stations up the frequency band and store all stations that have a good signal. After searching has finished it will automatically play the first station stored.

To select a different station, use the ‘<<’ (Ref.3) or ‘>>’ (Ref.4) buttons to find your desired station. Select the station by clicking the ‘Enter/Snooze’ (Ref.5) button.

Please note that DAB mode is not indicated by displaying “DAB” on the screen, instead the first available staton will display with rolling text information.

Rescanning DAB Stations

When on DAB mode, press the ‘Scan’ button (Ref.2) to rescan for available DAB stations in your area. The radio will now begin scanning for DAB stations with the screen displaying “Full Scan.”

Storing DAB Stations

You can store up to 10 DAB radio stations for easy navigation.

To store a station that you are currently playing:

Press and hold the ‘Preset’ (Ref.6) button for 2-3 seconds until the Preset Store settings open and the display shows “Preset Store<x:(Empty)>”. Release the “Preset” button.

Press the ‘<< ‘ or ‘>>’ button (Ref.3/4) to change the “<1” to the number you want to store the station as. Then press ‘Enter/Snooze’ (Ref.5) button to save the station to that preset number. The display will then show “Preset x stored”.

Note: If there is an existing DAB station stored under a preset, it will be over written when you store the new station.

Recalling a DAB stored station

Press the ‘Preset’ (Ref.6) button to open Preset Recall settings. Do not hold down the button as this will open Preset Store settings.

Press the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ button (Ref.3/4) to scroll through your preset stations. Follow by pressing the ‘Enter/Snooze’ (Ref.5) button to select your choice and the station will begin playing.

Station Information for DAB/DAB+ Radio

When you are listening to a DAB/DAB+ radio station with good signal, you can press the ‘Info/Menu’ button (Ref.8) repeatedly to show the different programme information.

Signal Strength: Displays a signal bar with the strength of the current station.

Bit Error Rate: Provides details of the signal error rate.

Channel and Frequency: Displays the station’s transmission channel number and frequency.

PTY (Programme Type): Shows the type and description of the program provided by the DAB station.

Time and Date: Displays the time and date information provided by the broadcaster.

Bit Rate: The data rate which the signal is being transmitted.

Dynamic Label Segment (DLS): Displays scrolling text information supplied by the broadcaster.

FM Radio

Press the ‘Standby/Mode’ button (Ref.1) multiple times to switch between DAB, FM and Bluetooth. The first time you switch to FM mode, the FM frequency “87.5 MHz” will be displayed on the screen.​

Fully extend the antenna (Ref.14).​

To scan for the available stations with good signal up the bandwidth, press the ‘Scan’ button (Ref.2) for the radio to begin scanning up the frequency band. The next available station with good signal will then begin to play.

To scan down the frequency band, press and hold the ‘Scan’ button (Ref.2) for a few seconds for the station down the frequency band with good signal.

How to tune a specific frequency manually

To listen to a specific frequency press and hold the ‘>>’ button (Ref.4) to search up the bandwidth quickly and hold the ‘<<’ button (Ref.3) to search down quickly. It will stop searching when the button is released.

To search slowly, press ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ (Ref.3/4) multiple times to scroll through.

Stereo and Mono

When on FM mode, press the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button (Ref.5) to switch between Stereo and Mono mode.

FM and DAB Radio Presets

Storing FM Stations

You can store up to 10 FM radio stations for easy navigation.

To store a station that you are currently playing:

Press and hold the ‘Preset’ (Ref.6) button for 2-3 seconds until the Preset Store settings open and the display shows “Preset Store<x:(Empty)>”. Release the ‘Preset’ button.

Press the ‘<< ‘ or ‘>>’ button (Ref.3/4) to change the “<1” to the number you want to store the station as.Then press ‘Enter/Snooze’ (Ref.5) button to save the station to that preset number.The display will then show “Preset x stored”.

Note: If there is an existing FM station stored under a preset, it will be over written when you store the new station.

Recalling a FM stored station

Press the ‘Preset’ (Ref.6) button to open Preset Recall settings.Do not hold down the button as this will open Preset Store settings.

Press the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ button (Ref.3/4) to scroll through your preset stations.Follow by pressing the ‘Enter/Snooze’ (Ref.5) button to select your choice and the station will begin playing.

Bluetooth Mode

Setting up Bluetooth

To choose Bluetooth mode, press the ‘Standby/Mode’ button (Ref.1) repeatedly until Bluetooth mode is selected.

Go to Bluetooth settings on your device and ensure that it is switched on. “Majority Little Shelford” should then display in available devices.

Select this option to connect to it and it should display “Connected”.

To choose the music you wish to play, you will need to choose the album or playlist from your device.

The volume, or track can be changed from your device or from the unit using the Volume dial (Ref.7) or the ‘<<’ and ‘>>’ buttons (Ref.3/4).

The operational range between the unit and a Bluetooth device is approximately 10 meters without any obstructions.

Settings: Clock and Date

Manually Setting the Time

Ensure the unit is in working mode (i.e. listening to DAB/FM Radio).

Press and hold the ‘Info/Menu’ button (Ref.8) for 1-2 seconds to open the ‘Set Menu’ option.

Use the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ (Ref.3/4) buttons to choose your option and select Time/Date by pressing ‘Enter/Snooze’ (Ref.5).

The hour digit will now flash. Press ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ to scroll through to the correct hour. Press ‘Enter/Snooze’ to confirm.

Once this is confirmed, you will be able to press ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ to select the minutes. Press ‘Enter/Snooze’ to confirm.

Settings: Dual Alarm Clock

Alarm Setting

Ensure the unit is in working mode (i.e. listening to DAB/FM Radio).

Press and hold the ‘Info/Menu’ button (Ref.8) for 1-2 seconds to open the ‘Set Menu’ option.

Scroll through using the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ buttons (Ref.3/4) to find the “Alarm 1 Set” or “Alarm 2 Set” option and select a choice by pressing ‘Enter/Snooze’ to confirm (Ref.5).

To turn the alarm on or off, press ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ button (Ref.3/4), so that “ON” is flashing and press the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button to confirm.

The hour digits for the alarm will flash, press ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ button to change the hour and press the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button to confirm.

From this you will then be able to change the minutes, volume, desired alarm sound (e.g alarm, DAB or FM) following by selecting ‘Enter/Snooze’.

The last option for setting your alarm is to select “Alarm Mode” and choose between having your alarm 1/2 to play Once, Daily, Weekends or Weekdays only.

Note: You can press the “Info/Menu” button to get back to the previous step when programming the alarm. When Alarm sounds, if no operation, it can last for one hour.

Settings: Alarm Functions and Snooze

Turn off the Alarm when sounding

To turn off the Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 when it sounds, press any of the buttons on the display screen except the ‘Enter/Snooze’ (Ref.5) button.

This will then cancel the alarm setting.

If the alarm is set to be “Weekday”, “Weekend” or “Daily” then the alarm icon will still display on the standby display screen for the alarm set for the next day.

If it was set to “Once” then the alarm icon will disappear from the display screen after sounding.

How to cancel your alarm

Follow the guidance to setting your alarm, but instead of using the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ buttons to turn the alarm ON, instead scroll to OFF. Confirm the selection by pressing ‘Enter/Snooze’.

Snooze Function

When the alarm sounds, press the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button (Ref.5) to delay the alarm for another 9 minutes and the radio will go into Standby mode.

To take the radio off of Snooze or to stop sounding the Snooze alarm, press any of the buttons except the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button.

Settings: Sleep Timer

Ensure the unit is in working mode (i.e. listening to DAB/FM Radio). Press and hold the ‘Info/Menu’ button (Ref.8) for 1-2 seconds to open the “Set Menu” option.

Scroll through using the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ buttons (Ref.3/4) to find the “Sleep Set” option and select it by pressing ‘Enter/Snooze’ to confirm (Ref.5).

The screen will now display “Set Sleep: OFF”. Now use the ‘<<’ and ‘>>’ buttons to browse through a range of sleep timer lengths: 120/90/60/45/30/15/5 minutes or OFF.

When your choice is displayed, press the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button to confirm (Ref.5). The system will automatically start the timer.

To turn the sleep timer off, follow the above instructions and select “OFF” from the choices. Once the timer has been set, the minutes will countdown on the display screen. For example, if set to turn off in 5 minutes, “S5” will flash, counting down to “S0” when the radio will go into standby mode.

Radio Settings

When the radio is turned on, press and hold the ‘Info/Menu’ (Ref.8) button. This will open “Set Menu” and display these settings:

Factory Reset

Press the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ button (Ref.3/4) in the “Set Menu” screen to scroll through to the sub-option of “Factory Reset”.

Press the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button and the display will show “Factory reset?” Press the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ button to select “Yes” or “No”.

Then press the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button again (Ref.5) to confirm your desired option.

System Version

Press the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ button (Ref.3/4) in the “Set Menu” screen to scroll through to the sub-option of “System Version”.

Press the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button to check the system version information.

Language

Press the ‘<<’ or ‘>>’ button (Ref.3/4) in the “Set Menu” screen to scroll through to the sub-option of “Language”.

Press the ‘Enter/Snooze’ button to select your chosen language between English, French, Italian and Spanish.

Additional Features

Dimmer

Select the ‘Dimmer’ button (Ref.9) repeatedly to scroll through a range of dimmer settings for the radio display screen.

Headphone Jack

Plug in your earphones via the 3.5mm headphone jack (Ref.12) to listen to audio from your radio.

Please note that Bluetooth earphones are not compatible with this device.

Power Supply and Batteries

The unit is powered and charged by UK Standard Plug USB 5V 1A and is also portable when powered by 4 x AA batteries (not supplied). These can be inserted into the battery compartment at the back of the unit.

Warranty

Register your Majority product within 30 days of purchase to activate your extended 3 Year Warranty. Gain access to all the benefits and lifetime technical support (see our Extended Warranty details for more info).

Specifications

Model No.LSH-DAB
Dimensions13 x 10 x 17 cm
PowerDC 5V ~ 1A
Weight0.76kg
SpeakersMono
Supported Filesn/a
Presets20
AUXn/a
Headphone Jack3.5 mm
DAB174 – 240 MHz
FM87.5 – 108 MHz
ScreenMono LCD
DimmableYes
Battery4 x AA

Safety Info

IMPORTANT

Please read all instructions carefully before use.

WARNING

Risk of electric shock. Do not open.

  1. Read these instructions:
  2. Heed all warnings.
  3. Follow all instructions in the user manual.
  4. Do no clean the apparatus near or with water.
  5. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
  6. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
  7. Protect the power from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
  8. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
  9. Unplug this apparatus during light storms or when unused for long periods of time.
  10. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in a 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 the rain or moisture, does not operate normally or has been dropped.
  11. No naked flame sources, such as lit candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
  12. Dispose of used electrical products and batteries safely according to your local authority and regulations.

Addition Warnings

The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquid, such as vases, shall be places on the apparatus.

Main plug is used to disconnect device and it should remain readily operable during intended use. In order to disconnect the apparatus from the main power completely, the power plug should be disconnected from the main socket outlet completely.

Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.

Recycling Electrical Products

You should now recycle your waste electrical goods and in doing so help the environment. This symbol means an electrical product should not be disposed of with normal household waste. Please ensure it is taken to a suitable facility for disposal when finished with.

Troubleshooting

If you are having issues with your product or require further assistance, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page below.

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