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Istruzioni per l'uso Tivoli Audio, Modello Model Three

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Tivoli Audio 12 6 9 3 1 2 4 57 8 10 11 88 108 1700 1400 1200 1000 800 700 600 550 90 106 92 104 94 102 96 98 100 FM AM Congratulations on your purchase of The Model Three. We believe the Model Three to be one of the finest AM/FM clock radios available. Henry Kloss dedicated over half his life introducing people to the joy of music through his finely crafted, hi-fidelity products. From his classic AR speakers of the 1950’s, to the Model 8 table radio of the 60’s, to the Tivoli Audio radios of today, he consistently impressed consumers and critics alike with the quality and value of his offerings. In order to take full advantage of what your new Model Three is capable of, please take a moment to fully read this owner’s manual. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact your dealer or Tivoli Audio directly. It is a good idea to save the carton and original packing should you ever need to ship your radio, as shipping damage is not covered by the factory warranty. On behalf of all of us, thank you for choosing Tivoli Audio, and enjoy your new clock radio! About Tivoli Audio: Tivoli Audio was started by Model Three designerTom DeVesto with the goal of bringing simple to use, high-quality audio products to the consumer at reasonable prices. His long professional association with Henry Kloss includes co-founding Cambridge SoundWorks*. As the CEO and head of research and development at his former company, Tom was responsible for the development of many of the best-selling home entertainment and multi-media products on the market today. He also held senior management positions in product development for both Advent and Kloss Video. Henry Kloss (1929-2002) began his long love affair with audio back in the early 1950’s when, as a student at M.I.T., he began building speaker enclosures for fellow students who wanted to exploit the sound of live FM broadcasts of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. With encouragement from Major Edwin Armstrong, the inventor of FM, and M.I.T. lab staff, he co-founded Acoustic Research in 1952. Here, Henry helped develop the revolutionary AR1 acoustic suspension loudspeaker, which forever changed the way audio was reproduced. In 1957 he went on to co-found KLH where he introduced audio enthusiasts to the Model Six loudspeaker, Model Eight FM table radio, and the Model 11 portable phonograph. Ten years later he founded Advent where, along with great sounding speakers, he produced one of the first projection televisions (which later earned him an Emmy) and one of the first consumer cassette decks with Dolby* B noise reduction. Kloss Video entered the picture in 1977. After Kloss Video, Henry co-founded Cambridge SoundWorks in 1988 along with long-time associate Tom DeVesto, offering factory direct savings in hi-fi and manufacturing the number-one selling multimedia speakers. In 2000, at the age of 70, Henry emerged from retirement to once again team-up with DeVesto to produce the critically acclaimed Model One mono table radio. *Dolby is a registered trademark of Dolby Labs, Inc. *Cambridge SoundWorks is a registered trademark of Creative Labs, Singapore. English Guide to features (front panel): 1. VOLUME: Turn the volume knob to the right to increase the volume or to the left to decrease the volume. This knob will also control the volume of headphones (not included) when connected. 2. SOURCE KNOB: Turn the knob 1 click to the right to select the FM band, 2 clicks to the right to select the AM band, or 3 clicks to the right to select the auxiliary input. 3. TUNING DIAL: Turn the analog tuning dial to the right or to the left to change the AM and FM frequency range. 4. POWER LIGHT: Glows green when the Source knob is in any position other than Off, except when the Alarm button is activated. 10 415 9 5. TUNING INDICATOR: Glows bright amber when best tuning has been achieved. Some listenable AM stations will not light the tuning indicator and should be tuned by ear for the clearest signal. 8 6. ALARM: Once you have set the wake- up time using theAlarm Thumbwheel, push this button in to activate the alarm and the corresponding green LED will light. The LED will remain lit until the Alarm button is turned off. Push the Alarm button out to deactivate the alarm and the LED will extinguish. See “How to set the alarm” for more information. 6 2 7 3 7. SLEEP: Turn the source knob to AM or FM, set the radio to a station you wish to fall asleep to and adjust the volume to the desired level. Press the Sleep button and the corresponding green LED will light. The radio will turn off automatically after approximately 20 minutes. The LED will remain lit until the Sleep button is turned off or when Sleep has ended but the Sleep button is still pressed in. 8. ALARM THUMBWHEEL: Rotate the aluminum Thumbwheel counterclockwise until the Alarm hand points to the designated time you wish to wake to. Do NOT turn the Thumbwheel clockwise or you may damage the mechanism. See “How to set the Alarm” for more informa...

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