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PLL FM STEREO/MW/SW WORLD RECEIVER

DEGEN

DE105

PLL FM STEREO/MW/SW WORLD RECEIVER

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing DE105, DEGEN PLLFM

Stereo / MW / SW World Receiver! It will give you

many hours of reliableservice and listening pleasure.

Before operating the receiver, please read thismanual

carefully and retain itfor future reference.

INDEX

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LCD Identification 1

Battery Operation 2

Location of Controls

cover

 

AC Adapt Operation

3

MW / SW/ FM STEREO

30MEMORY PRESETS

Weak Power Indicator 4 Lock Function 4

ALARM / SLEEP

MW Step Switch 5

MANUAL TUNING /SEEK TUNING / PRESET/DIRECT ENTRY

Turn on /off the Unit

5

MONO / STEREO SELECTABLE

Band Selection 7

LOCK SWITCH

Tuning in toa Station 7

LIGHT INDICATOR

Presetting Stations 9

STYLISH DESIGN

Alarm Operation

10

AAx2 BATTERIES ANDAC/DC OPERATION

Clock Operation

11

Volume Control 12

EXTERNAL ANTENNAJACK

Reset

13

Listening with Earphones

13

MONO / STEREO

13

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PLL FM STEREO/MW/SW WORLD RECEIVER

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Light 14

Using Folding Flake

14

Using Antenna

15

Cautions

17

Specifications

19

LOCATION OF CONTROLS
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
22
22

LCD DISPLAY

23
23

SLEEP

1 SCAN / HOUR 21 SLOT FOR SUPPORT FLAKE 24 ALARM ON/OFF/SET 20 TELESCOPIC 2
1
SCAN / HOUR
21
SLOT FOR SUPPORT FLAKE
24
ALARM
ON/OFF/SET
20
TELESCOPIC
2
VOLUME
ANTENNA
19
POWER
DEGEN
3
SCAN / MINUTE
18
STRAP WITH
SUPPORT FLAKE
4
FM
IN
17
EXT. ANT.JACK
30
FREQ.
SET
TIME
POWER
ENTER
SLEEP
ON/OFF
SET
AL
M.
AM
FM
5
EARPHONE JACK
16
BAND / CLOCK
CLOCK
1
2
3
4
5
SELECT
6
LOCK
BAND
MONO / STEREO
RESET
6
7
8
9
0
30 MEMORY PRESETS
7
DC
JACK
LIGHT
LIGHT
8
0
9
DE105 FM STEREO/MW/SW PLL SYNTHESIZED RECEIVER
13
BATTERY
COMPARTMENT
11
RESET
12
MW STEP
10
9
MEMO / TIME SET
AM
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LCD IDETIFICATION 1 2 3 14 4 5 13 FM 88885 6 MHz 12 MW
LCD IDETIFICATION
1
2
3
14
4
5
13
FM
88885
6
MHz
12
MW
CH 8
7
KHz
11
SW12
8
10
9
1
Frequency / Time
2
Alarm
3
Sleep
4
Weak Power Indicator
5
Lock indicator
6
MHz
7
Memory No.
8
KHz
9
Clock 2
10
Clock 1
11
SW Band
12
MW Band
13
FM Band
14
FM Stereo Indicator
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BATTERY OPERATION
BATTERY OPERATION

Slide the battery lid.www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine BATTERY OPERATION Insert two AAbatteries according to the polarity direction

Insert two AAbatteriessearch engine BATTERY OPERATION Slide the battery lid. according to the polarity direction as follow Snap

according to the polarity

direction as follow
direction as follow
AAbatteries according to the polarity direction as follow Snap down the lidof compartment. When the sound

Snap down the lidof compartment.AAbatteries according to the polarity direction as follow When the sound becomesweak and distorted, please reduce

When the sound becomesweak and distorted, pleasereduce the volume or replace the batteries with new ones. Replace the batteries immediately to

reduce the volume or replace the batteries with new ones.

Replace the batteries immediately to prevent memoriesand distorted, please reduce the volume or replace the batteries with new ones. losing after the

losing after the unitturns off.

BATTERY REPLACEMENT

Turn off theunit, then replace thebatteries with fresh ones

Turn off theunit, then replace thebatteries with fresh ones within 3 minutes. If replacement time laststoo

within 3 minutes.

If replacement time laststoo long, memories willribelost and

clock reset to 0

00.

Do not mix different types together (Alkaline, Carbon-long, memories willribelost and clock reset to 0 00 . Zinc, Nickel Cadmium etc.), or old

Zinc, Nickel Cadmium etc.), or old batteries with new

ones.

When the unit isnot being used fora long period oftime,Zinc, Nickel Cadmium etc.), or old batteries with new ones. remove the batteries to avoid damage

remove the batteries to avoid damage frombattery

leakage and corrosion.

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2

If battery leakage occurs,wipe the battery compartmentwith a soft clothbefore inserting the newones. AC ADAPT OPERATION WEAK POWER INDICATOR When power

with a soft clothbefore inserting the newones.

AC ADAPT OPERATION
AC ADAPT OPERATION
WEAK POWER INDICATOR
WEAK POWER INDICATOR

When power supply is weak, weak power indicator

INDICATOR When power supply is weak, weak power indicator flashes, meanwhile the unit worksdisorderly and the

flashes,

meanwhile the unit worksdisorderly and the soundsbecomes

distorted. If you wantto continue listening, pleasereduce the

voice or replace thebatteries with new ones.

FM 04.7 MHz CH 6 Even if the voiceis low or inclock mode, weak power
FM
04.7
MHz CH 6
Even if the voiceis low or inclock mode, weak power
indicator still flashes, pleasereplace the batteries with
new ones immediately toavoid battery leakage.
LOCK FUNCTION
Plug the adaptor intoan AC poweroutlet.
Insert the adaptor's smallconnector plug into theDC JACK
7
marked
on the unit (on the right side of the unit).
When the unit isin lock status,
Turn on theunit.
:
000
lock indicator
appears in the
display. None ofthe buttons
If the AC adaptoris connected when regular batteries are
except LIGHT, MONO / ST and
installed, the unit automatically switches to the AC
RESET will work.
adaptor power and thebatteries are not used.
Make sure the polarity of the ACadaptor suits your unit
Slide the LOCK switch
6
in the
:
before plugging it into the AC poweroutlet, the correct
opposite direction of thearrow
000
to unlock the controls.
mark is as follows:
_
+
DC 3V
LOCK
unlock the controls. mark is as follows: _ + DC 3V LOCK External power supply can

External power supply can be chosen from 3Vto 5V.unlock the controls. mark is as follows: _ + DC 3V LOCK Lock function prevent the

Lock function prevent the unit from short, accidental

button press.

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It is useful toprevent:2. Alarm 1) Powering on accidentally which can cause battery wasted. 2) Reception being broken

2. Alarm

1) Powering on accidentally which can cause battery wasted.

2) Reception being broken off unexpectedly while listening.

MW STEP SWITCH
MW STEP SWITCH

To meet your listening requirement

in different countries, MW step

switch is added.

Push MW step switch

12
12

to 9K or

10K according to thefollowing,

10K 9K
10K
9K

9K: China, Europe, Africaetc.

to thefollowing, 10K 9K 9K: China, Europe, Africaetc. 10K: USA, Canada etc. After changing MW step,

10K: USA, Canada etc.

After changing MW step, press RESET10K 9K 9K: China, Europe, Africaetc. 10K: USA, Canada etc. 11 to enable the setting. ALARM

11
11

to enable the setting.

ALARM CLOCK SETTING: refer to page 10.

Push ALARM ON/OFF 24 , LCD in alarm set mode for 3 seconds, after then
Push ALARM ON/OFF
24 , LCD in alarm set mode for 3 seconds,
after then
indicates in the display, alarm function is on and
the unit will turnon automatically at thepresetting time.
SET
ON/OFF
:
006
AL
1
at thepresetting time. SET ON/OFF : 006 AL 1 Press POWER ON OFF 19 to turn

Press POWER ON OFF

time. SET ON/OFF : 006 AL 1 Press POWER ON OFF 19 to turn off the
19
19

to turn off the unit. As you can see,

still indicates in the display, timer function is still on. Alarm

set is available only one time.

To turn off alarm function, please refer to page 11.function is still on. Alarm set is available only one time. 3. Sleep MW step is

3. Sleep

MW step is setin 9K position before using.turn off alarm function, please refer to page 11. 3. Sleep Press SLEEP 23 to turn

Press SLEEP 23 to turn on the unit, default sleep time of 90 minutes indicates
Press SLEEP
23 to turn on the unit, default sleep time of 90
minutes indicates in thedisplay.
90 CH 6
While 90 indicates inthe display, setthe desired sleep timeby
pressing SLEEP
23 circularly, sleep time is changeable from 10
to 90 minutes.
90 - 80 -70 - 60 -50 - 40 -30 - 20 -10 - cancel
After adjusting, release allbuttons for 4 seconds,the unit
enters sleep mode and
indicates in the display.
TURN ON / OFF THE UNIT Methods 1. Power On / Off Press POWER ON
TURN ON / OFF THE UNIT
Methods
1. Power On / Off
Press POWER ON
OFF
19 to turn on the unit manually, the unit
will receive the last channel you ever heard.
POWER
FM
04.7 MHz CH 6
After listening, press POWER ON OFF
19 to turn off the unit.
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When sleep time setting is over,indicates in the display, sleep function on. The unitwill shut off automatically after the adjusted

indicates in the display, sleepWhen sleep time setting is over, function on. The unitwill shut off automatically after the adjusted

function on. The unitwill shut off automatically after the

adjusted sleep time.

To quit from sleep modebut listening to the broadcast in normalshut off automatically after the adjusted sleep time. mode, press SLEEP 23 , sleep mode is

mode, press SLEEP

23
23

,

sleep mode is cancel.

in normal mode, press SLEEP 23 , sleep mode is cancel. in the display will disappear

in the display will disappear and

To reset sleep time when listening, please turn off sleep function23 , sleep mode is cancel. in the display will disappear and firstly, then reset sleep

firstly, then reset sleep time as mentioned above.

BAND SELECTION Press BAND button 16 repeatedly to select FM, MW, SW, the corresponding band
BAND SELECTION
Press BAND button
16
repeatedly to select FM, MW, SW, the
corresponding band indicator willshow in the display.
FM
MW
SW
TUNING IN TO A STATION
TUNING IN TO A STATION
Methods 1. Manual Tuning ÊÖ¶¯ËÑË÷ Press SCAN button(+ 1 /- 3 ) to tune in
Methods
1. Manual Tuning
ÊÖ¶¯ËÑË÷
Press SCAN button(+
1 /-
3 ) to tune in to a clear
reception.

Manual tuning is more suitable for weaksignal broadcast.SCAN button(+ 1 /- 3 ) to tune in to a clear reception. 7 Downloaded from

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×Ô¶¯ËÑË÷ 2. Seek Tuning

Keep SCAN button (+

1
1

/ -

) pressed until frequency indicator×Ô¶¯ËÑË÷ 2. Seek Tuning Keep SCAN button (+ 1 / - changes, the unit startsto tune

changes, the unit startsto tune in tothe stations automatically.

When a station istuned in, scanning stopsand the tuned stationis

heard.

If there is a station you wish to skip duringscanning, press andistuned in, scanning stopsand the tuned stationis heard. hold SCAN button(+ Press SCAN (+ 1 or-

hold SCAN button(+

Press SCAN (+wish to skip duringscanning, press and hold SCAN button(+ 1 or- will stop immediately. 1 3

1
1

or-

will stop immediately.

1 3
1
3

or-

3
3

) to skip this station.

) button while seek tuning, scanning

) to skip this station. ) button while seek tuning, scanning Seek tuning is more suitable

Seek tuning is more suitable for strongsignal broadcast,) to skip this station. ) button while seek tuning, scanning it may not stop if

it may not stop if broadcast signals are weak.

If tuning become slowly in a frequency range, try manualbroadcast, it may not stop if broadcast signals are weak. tuning to see ifthere are some

tuning to see ifthere are some weak stations.

3.¼ÇÒäµç̨Listening to Preset Stations

There are 30 memories, 10 each assignedto FM, MW, SW with

preset number 0 9. (Refer to page 10for information on presetting stations.) Press BAND 16
preset number 0
9.
(Refer to page 10for information on presetting stations.)
Press BAND
16 to select the desired band.
FM
04.7 MHz CH 6
Press the preset number(0
9)to
tune in tothe preset station. The
frequency and preset numbershow in the display.
FM
97. MHz CH 2
8

4. Direct Frequency Entry

Direct frequency entry makes it extremelyeasy to tune into a

station if you knowsits exact frequency.

Tune in toa desired station FM 04.7 with manual tuning, seek MHz tuning or direct
Tune in toa desired station
FM
04.7
with manual tuning, seek
MHz
tuning or direct entry.
Press STORE button
10
,
FM
04.7
MEMO
"MEMO" flashes in the
MHz
display.
Press a preset number
8
to
memorize the station. The
FM
04.7
corresponding number will
MHz CH
indicate in the display.
Press STORE button again.

If you can notcomplete step 3 and step 4 whiletheMHz CH indicate in the display. Press STORE button again. indicator flashes, presetting is failed. You

indicator flashes, presetting is failed. You have to

repeat from step 1.

If a station isalready stored, thenew station with thepresetting is failed. You have to repeat from step 1. same preset number replaces the old

same preset number replaces the old one.

Press BAND 16 to select the desired band. Press direct frequency entrybutton FREQ. AM IN
Press BAND
16 to select the desired
band.
Press direct frequency entrybutton
FREQ.
AM IN
9 if selecting MW or SW in
ENTER
step 1 or FM IN
4 when selecting
AM
FM
FM, display is blankfor you to enter
the frequency for 10s.
Enter the frequency numbers with
0
9.
Press AM INbutton or FM INbutton
again, the tuned stationis heard.
INbutton or FM INbutton again, the tuned stationis heard. If entering frequency is not valid inthe

If entering frequency is not valid inthe band frequency

range,

e

indicate in the display.

ALARM OPERATION
ALARM OPERATION
PRESETTING STATIONS
PRESETTING STATIONS

You can preset up to 10 stations undereach preset number (0-9)

on each band (FM,MW, SW):

FM

0-9

+

MW

0-9 + SW 9
0-9
+
SW
9

0-9

=

30 Presets

1.Set Alarm Time

: 30
: 30

Press ALARM

will flash for about3 seconds.

24
24

into alarm setting mode, ALARM INDICATOR

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Press HOUR(+) alarm time whenALARM INDICATOR flashes. 1 3 or MINUTE(-) to adjust the Release

Press HOUR(+)

alarm time whenALARM INDICATOR flashes.

1
1
3
3

or MINUTE(-)

to adjust the

Release all buttons, theunit enter alarm mode after 3 seconds.

2.Turn Off Alarm Function

Press ALARM ,alarm time

flashes for 3 seconds.

24
24

Press ALARM again,alarm function is cancelled.

: 30 : 006
: 30
:
006
CLOCK OPERATION
CLOCK OPERATION

You canpresent clock1 and clock2in 24 hour formatrespectively.

1. Select Clock

2. Set Clock Time

Select clock1 or clock2. Press TIME SET 10 , clock flashes in the : 006
Select clock1 or clock2.
Press TIME SET
10 ,
clock flashes in the
:
006
display.
1
Press +
1
to adjust hour
and -
3 to adjust minute.
: 30
1
Press TIME SETor
release all buttons for3
seconds to store the
setting.
Turn off the unit, press CLOCK SELECT or clock2. 16 circularly to select clock1 VOLUME
Turn off the unit, press CLOCK SELECT
or clock2.
16
circularly to select clock1
VOLUME CONTROL
VOL
:
:
Adjust volume using VOL
,
006
006
2
keep the volume ata moderate level.
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RESET
RESET
30
30

If the unit operateserratically, press

RESET

11
11

to resume normal operation. Note

that reset will eraseall of the memories

including clock setting.

LIGHT
LIGHT
will eraseall of the memories including clock setting. LIGHT Press and hold LIGHT button to lighten
will eraseall of the memories including clock setting. LIGHT Press and hold LIGHT button to lighten

Press and hold LIGHT button

including clock setting. LIGHT Press and hold LIGHT button to lighten the display whennecessary. Light consumes

to

lighten the display whennecessary.

Light consumes a lotof power, just use it asnecessary!

USING FOLDING FLAKE
USING FOLDING FLAKE
a lotof power, just use it asnecessary! USING FOLDING FLAKE Inset folding flake into the slot

Inset folding flake into the slot in

rear panel, extending thetelescopic

antenna straight upward.

LISTENING WITH EARPHONES
LISTENING WITH EARPHONES

When listening to stereoreception,

normally use earphones andset

MONO / STEREO

stereoreception, normally use earphones andset MONO / STEREO to STEREO. Speaker has MONO effectonly. MONO /

to STEREO.

Speaker has MONO effectonly.

MONO / STEREO
MONO / STEREO
MONO / STEREO
MONO / STEREO

When listening to astereo reception,

normally set MONO / STEREO

STEREO. If the stereoreception is too

weak or noisy, set the selectorto MONO.

MONO:

weak signal broadcast, voice program,

mono broadcast.

STEREO: strong signal broadcast, music,

FM Stereo broadcast.

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30 30 (MW) 30 (FM) 15
30
30
(MW)
30
(FM)
15
USING ANTENNA
USING ANTENNA

MW Reception

Magnetic antenna inside theunit functions as MWantenna, it is

strongly effected by the reception direction.

When listening to MWbroadcast, reorient the unitto find the

position which gives thebest reception.

FM Reception

Telescopic antenna functions

as FM antenna, keep it extended

Telescopic antenna functions as FM antenna, keep it extended and change its lengthand direction to find

and change its lengthand

direction to find theposition

which gives the bestreception.

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30 (SW)
30
(SW)

SW Reception

Telescopic antenna functions

as SW antenna. Extending the

antenna straight upward to

get the best reception.

External Antenna

If FM or SWreception

is too weak, usea

external antenna to

improve reception.

is too weak, usea external antenna to improve reception. Do not use external antenna in thunder

Do not use external

antenna in thunder

storm day.

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CAUTIONS
CAUTIONS
On Handling
On Handling

Avoid exposure to temperature extremes, directsunlight,CAUTIONS On Handling moisture, sand, dust ormechanical shock. Should anything wrong withthe radio, please removethe

moisture, sand, dust ormechanical shock.

Should anything wrong withthe radio, please removethe batterydirectsunlight, moisture, sand, dust ormechanical shock. and have the unit checked by qualified personnel before

and have the unit checked by qualified personnel before operating

it any further.

Use only power sourcesspecified in this manual.by qualified personnel before operating it any further. When the unit is not being used for

When the unit is not being used for a long period of time, removeany further. Use only power sourcesspecified in this manual. the batteries to avoiddamage form battery leakageand

the batteries to avoiddamage form battery leakageand corrosion.

The LCD display maybecome hard to seeor slow down whenbatteries to avoiddamage form battery leakageand corrosion. using the unit athigh temperatures (above 40C) or at

The LCD display maybecome hard to seeor slow down when using the unit athigh temperatures (above

using the unit athigh temperatures (above 40C) or at low

using the unit athigh temperatures (above 40C) or at low temperatures (below 0 C).At room temperature,the

temperatures (below 0 C).At room temperature,the display will

return to its normaloperating condition.

The product may notoperate normally, whenthe ESD (8kv) applieddisplay will return to its normaloperating condition. on the metal coatedbuttons. It is necessaryto reset

on the metal coatedbuttons. It is necessaryto reset manually.

Notes On Earphones

Avoid using earphones at high volume,if you experience aIt is necessaryto reset manually. Notes On Earphones ringing in your ears,reduce volume or discontinueuse. Shut

ringing in your ears,reduce volume or discontinueuse.

Shut down the radiobefore sleeping.a ringing in your ears,reduce volume or discontinueuse. Do not use earphoneswhile driving or cycling,it can

Do not use earphoneswhile driving or cycling,it can also beor discontinueuse. Shut down the radiobefore sleeping. potentially dangerous to playyour earphones at highvolume

potentially dangerous to playyour earphones at highvolume

while walking, especially atpedestrian crossing.

SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS

1.

Frequency Range

 
 

FM

87.5 - 108.0 522 - 1620 520 - 1620 5.95 - 15.6

MHz

MW

9K

Khz

 

10K

KHz

 

SW

MHz

49m

 

5.950

- 6.200

MHz

41m

7.100

- 7.300

MHz

31m

9.500

- 9.900

MHz

25m

11.65

- 12.05

MHz

22m

13.60

- 13.80

MHz

19m

15.10

- 15.60

MHz

2. Memory Stations (30)

 

3. Power Supply:

 

3V - 5V D C

2

AA Batteries

 

4. Speaker:

 

D 50mm

 

5. External Earphone:

D 3.5mm

6. Dimensions:

Approx.

70x110x20 mm

7. Mass:

Approx.

155 g (excl. Battery)

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