2 Table of Contents TOPIC Page Cover 1 Table of Contents 2 Safety 3 FCC 3 Introduction 4 System overview 5 Operation controls 6 Docking station 6 / buttons 6 Volume up/down buttons 6 Audio on/off button 6 Up/down & left/right buttons 6 Privacy 6 Listen button Master Settings 6 6 Talk button 6 Unlock the door 6 Remote control 6 Clock 7 Register all stations (required to use all functions) 7 Assigning numbers to room, patio & door stations 7 Changing numbers at the room station 8 Assigning names to room stations 8 Selecting the door chime 8 Door volume 9 Master display brightness 9 Setting privacy at the master 9 Mode 10 Setting the mode for the master, room or patio 10 AM/FM Radio 10 Setting radio presets 11 Changing input sources 11 Switching between AM and FM radio 11 Set treble and bass 12 Auto on 12 Auto off 12 Room and patio operation Source 15 Set 15 Privacy 15 Backlight 15 Talk 15 Door Talk 15 Hands free listening 16 Unlock door from master and room 16 Remote Control (Optional) Trouble shooting 18 Warranty 19 Page 2 of 19
3 Safety Please read all instructions carefully before installing the I1000M music communication system. All components of the I1000M music communications system must be installed by a qualified installer, installation must conform to all local building and electrical codes. A. Read these instructions. B. Keep these instructions. C. Heed all warnings. D. Follow all instructions. E. Do not use this apparatus near water. F. Clean only with a dry cloth. G. Do not block any ventilation openings, install in accordance with the manufacturer s instructions. H. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. I. Only use attachments and accessories specified by the manufacturer. J. Do not expose to moisture. This can cause shock hazards or create fire and void the warranty. K. Do not service this product yourself. Attempting to service this product may expose you to high voltage and will void the warranty. Please contact a qualified local dealer for service. L. Any substitutions of non-intrasonic Technology products may result in electrical shock or other hazards. M. The apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing of liquids. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the apparatus. FCC This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions; (1) this devise may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept ant interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Note: 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 on and off, 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 which the receiver is connected. Consult with the dealer or an experienced radio technician for help. Page 3 of 19
4 Master Station INTRODUCTION The I1000M is a Music and Intercom system that integrates with today s portable music players, with a modern look that compliments any décor. It s a multi sourced system which allows you to select between three music sources. You can listen to your own home entertainment through the auxiliary input throughout your home. The I1000M not only allows you to use your portable hand held players throughout your home, but offers you the comfort and convenience of communication and room monitoring as well. With features like Automatic Selective Call and a full function remote control, it is convenient to use and offers exceptional value Integrated docking station for hand held music players 2. Speaker 3. button 4. Audio on/off button 5. Volume up/down buttons 6. Listen and talk buttons 7. Left/right and up/down arrow buttons 8. button 9. LCD display Page 4 of 19
5 System Overview I1000M Music Communications System is made up of 5 components. Master unit Room stations Patio stations Door stations Auxiliary input wall plate (maximum one per system) Master Unit The I1000M Master unit allows control of the music and intercom functions. It enables you to set the system music and intercom volume levels, bass and treble levels for the radio, clock settings, privacy settings and more. The integrated docking station allows you to play any portable music source at the master. External 30 watt 8 ohm ceiling and in-wall speakers (optional equipment) can be connected directly off the master station for improved sound quality. The master allows you to play music from the radio, local line source (3.5mm jack) and the auxiliary input wall plate. It is recommended to add only two speaker s maximum to each station wired in series. Room Station The I1000R room station is designed for indoor use. It will provide intercom, radio and input for any portable music source. You can communicate and monitor other stations including the master. Door communications can also be answered from room stations as well as the master and patio. External 30 watt 8 ohm ceiling and in-wall speakers (optional equipment) can be connected directly off any room station for improved sound quality. The room station allows you to play music from the radio, its local line source (3.5mm jack) and the auxiliary input wall plate. Patio Station The I1000P outside station is weather resistant. It is designed to require some protection from the weather. The patio station can provide intercom communication and radio music. The system door chime will sound at the patio station so guests will not be missed. Door Station The I1000D door station is designed to require some protection from the weather. It will allow communication with the master, room and patio stations and verify who is there before opening the door. With the optional door release mechanism, the door can be unlocked from any room of the home that has a room station installed. Auxiliary Input Wall Plate The AUXWP wall plate allows the input of most any music sources into the system and broadcast music to any room or patio that has a system station. This source can be a CD changer, portable music device or optional radio device. Note: There can only be one Auxiliary Input Unit installed per system. Page 5 of 19
6 Operation Controls Integrated Docking Station Located on the left side of the master, behind the plastic door, plug in any hand help music device into master docking station by using a 3.5mm plug from the hand held device. The hand held device can also be charged by plugging it into the USB or fireware port provided in the docking station. Most hand held devices will fit inside the docking compartment along with all the cables. Select LOCAL source and the hand held device will play through the master unit. Note: With the changing technology, we cannot guarantee all handheld music players will charge in the USB or firewire port. / Buttons The / buttons are located just to the right of the LCD display on the master. These keys are multi-functional that are used in conjunction with the LCD display. This allows programming of names, setting time and many more functions. Volume Up/Down Buttons The up/down volume buttons control the volume of the master unit. Audio On/Off Button The audio on/off feature is used to conveniently turn the system music ON or OFF at all units simultaneously. This does not affect the intercom function. Up/Down and Left/Right Buttons These buttons are designed for multi functions such as the following features; Up/Down Buttons Scrolling the menu content Changing the AM/FM tuner presets Changing characters Left/Right Buttons Moving the display cursor Changing the radio frequency Privacy The privacy feature will prevent the station from being monitored. This feature is to ensure privacy at the location. Listen Button The listen button is used for hands free operation for the receiving side of the call. By pressing and holding the listen button the hands free operation will activate. Talk Button The talk button is used to communicate with room, patio and door stations. Door communication will only be heard at the door station that rang. After the talk button is pressed (this is an all broadcast) and once the responding station has pressed their talk button within 25 seconds, the selective call feature is activated. This means all stations not on this call will return to the music they were listen to before the first call. Unlock the Door The unlock door feature allows you to unlock any door from the master or room unit. Only the door you are in communication with will be unlocked. This optional feature is only available when installed. Remote Control The remote control can perform many features including activation of the talk and listen functions. And you can selectively call a room or patio by using the station number or unlock the door when this feature is installed. Page 6 of 19
7 MASTER SETTINGS SET TIME *12H PM 04:10 Clock To set press for Use the up/down arrow buttons to scroll through the menu until SY STEMis displayed Press and use up/down arrow buttons until SET CLOCK is displayed and press The * will be next to the 12H or 24H, use the up/down arrow buttons to select 12 or 24 hour clock Press the left/right arrow buttons to set the * next to the AM or PM mark, use the up/down arrow buttons to select AM or PM Press the left/right arrow buttons to set the * next to the hours, use the up/down buttons to set the hours to the correct time Press the left/right arrow buttons to set the * next to the minutes, use the up/down buttons to set the minutes to the correct time Press to exit clock setup REGISTRY ROOM PROG Register All Stations Before you can take advantage of all the features that the I1000M offers, you will need to register all units. Press for Scroll through the system using the up/down arrow buttons and select P R OG with Scroll the registry using the up/down arrow buttons and select P R OG with Select the stations you would like to register using the up/down arrow buttons and pressing for For example You can select to register all the room stations by selecting After pressing, the system will automatically count the available room stations connected to the system Repeat these steps for the patio and door stations ROOM 3396 No Assigning numbers to Room, Patio and Door Stations (at the master) Press button and scroll the menu using the up/down arrow buttons. Select and press Scroll the up/down arrow button until you reach the station you want to assign a number to. Press the button P R OG. The I1000M will automatically assign a number to the room unit. You can change this number by selecting P R OG. The display will indicate. Select by pressing. Use the up/down arrow buttons and the left/right arrow buttons to assign the number of your choice. Press button Repeat these steps for all room, patio and door stations This process is more easily done at each individual station, see Changing Numbers at the Room Stations Page 7 of 19
8 ROOM 3396 NO Changing Numbers at the Room Stations At the master, press Scroll the up/down arrow buttons to SYSTEM, press P R OG Scroll the up/down arrow buttons to EN.SET N O, press P R OG Scroll to, press to This gives room stations authority to change room station numbers At the room station, press and hold SET button for 5 seconds, the default station no should appear with the last digit blinking Using the VOLUME up/down buttons, select the number for this digit Using the SOURCE button select another digit and again using the VOLUME up/down buttons select the number for this digit Once the new station number has been selected, press the SET button to memorize this number in the system. Repeat these steps for all room and patio stations Once this feature is on you can now change the room or patio stations from the individual locations. The master station number will always default to 0. ROOM 0002 NAME JOHN ROOM Assigning Names to Room Stations Press for Scroll to using the up/down arrow buttons and select P R OG with the button Select the room by using the up/down arrow buttons and select P R OG with the button Scroll to using the up/down arrow buttons and select P R OG with the button Use the up/down arrow buttons to change the characters and the left/right buttons to move to the left or right Once the name of the room station has been completed, select by pressing the button Repeat these steps for each room, patio and door station. There are a maximum of 8 characters available. RING TONE MELODY 01 Selecting Door Chime Press for Scroll using the up/down arrow buttons to and select P R OG using the button Using the UP/down arrow buttons scroll to the door station and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll to and select P R OG using the k2 Button Using the up/down arrow buttons choose the ring tone and select EN TER with the button Page 8 of 19
9 SPEAKER VOL 30 Door Volume Press for Scroll to option using the up/down arrow buttons, select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll to the door station and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll SET VOL and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons change the volume level to the desired volume and select Note: This will only change the intercom volume at the door station with the button BRIGHTNESS * OFF Master Display Brightness Press button for Scroll to using the up/down arrow buttons and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll to B R I GHTNESS and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons choose between OFF, LOW or HI GH brightness Select EN TER with the button SET PRIVACY * ON Setting Privacy at Master Press the button for Scroll to option using the up/down arrow buttons and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll to and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll between or and select choice by pressing with the button Selecting will enable the privacy mode at the master only. Page 9 of 19
10 MODE The mode will tell the master, room or patio what functions to activate. There are six (6) mode settings that may be chosen. Normal mode is considered the standard setup. 1. Normal Intercom with music 2. Intercom Only Intercom only with no music 3. Music Only Music only with no intercom 4. Monitor Monitor with no music or intercom 5. Monitor (OR) Monitor override gives the ability to talk into a monitored room 6. Off This turns off all modes MASTER MODE * NORMAL Setting the mode for Master, Room or Patio Press button for Scroll to using the up/down arrow buttons and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll to and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll the mode settings and select with the button for your choice Repeat these steps choosing or to select different modes at individual room and or patio stations. PM 03:30:50 V25 FM 92.5MHz AM SAVE AM/FM Radio Selecting a radio station at the master Manual Scan Press left/right arrow buttons for scanning manually Auto Scan Press left/right arrow buttons and hold for two (2) seconds for auto scanning Page 10 of 19
11 CHANNEL STORING PRESET NO 01 EXIT Setting Radio Presets Press left/right arrow buttons until the desired station has been reached Press to this station Select the preset number with the up/down arrow buttons and select with the button PM 03:30:50 VOL25 AM FM 92.5 MHz SOURCE Changing Input Sources Press the button for SOUR CE This will display the next available source in the lower right corner of the display Press the button to select the next available source and repeat until the source desired is displayed on the lower left side of the display PM 03:30:50 VOL 25 FM 92.5 MHz AM AUX Switching Between AM and FM Radio Press for SOUR CE This will display the next available frequency ( or ) in the top right corner of the display Press the button to select the next available frequency Page 11 of 19
12 SET BASS + 01 Set Bass and Treble Press Button for Scroll to the using the up/down arrow buttons and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll to R ADI O TON E and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons scroll to SET B ASS and select P R OG with the button Using the up/down arrow buttons change the bass level and select EN TER with the button Repeat these steps choosing to change the treble level AUTO ON ON AM 06:30 Auto On To set the auto on, press Press the up/down arrow buttons until SY STEM appears and press P R OG Press the up/down arrow buttons until AUTO appears and press to P R OG Press the up/down arrow buttons until AUTO ON appears and press P R OG Using the left/right and up/down arrow buttons, set the desired time you want the system to come on When the correct on time is set press to this time Scroll the up/down arrow buttons until appears AUTO OFF * ON AM 07:30 AUTO OFF To set the auto off function, start from the last step in Auto On section above Press for Using the left/right and up/down arrow buttons, set the desired time you want the system to turn off When the correct off time is set, press to this time Page 12 of 19
13 Room Station Speaker 2. LCD display 3. Listen button 4. Talk button 5. Volume up and down buttons 6. Source selection button 7. Set and door release button mm local music input jack (on bottom of station) Page 13 of 19
14 Remote Control (Optional) Door release button 2. Mute button 3. Line in (source) 4. Local input select 5. AM radio select 6. FM radio select 7. Volume up 8. Listen button 9. Talk button 10. Monitor 11. Volume down 12. Radio preset select 13. Privacy 14. Station number select Patio 16. Clear Page 14 of 19
15 ROOM AND PATIO OPERATION SOURCE This enables you to change the source for each room separately. There are RADIO, LINE IN and LOCL to choose between. Radio AM/FM radio is distributed from the master Line In Line in is distributed from the Auxiliary Input Unit (AUXWP) or docking station input if master is set to Broadcast LOCL Local input is distributed from the 3.5mm jack located on the bottom of all room and patio stations. SET The set button is a multi-function button that can be used to change radio stations to turning on the privacy feature. Change Radio Stations Make sure the source is set to AM/FM radio Press the set button once to display the current radio station Press the set button again until radio station is flashing. The flashing will last for five seconds Use the volume up/down buttons to change radio stations Press and hold the volume up/down buttons to auto scan radio stations Change AM/FM Press the set button once to display radio station Press the set button twice to display AM/FM flashing. The flashing will last for five seconds Use the Volume up/down to toggle between AM/FM Scan Preset Radio Stations Press the set button once to display the radio station Press the set button once to display preset until flashing. The flashing will last for five seconds Use the volume up/down buttons to scan preset radio stations Privacy Backlight Talk Door Talk Press and hold the set button for two seconds Privacy will flash in the left corner of the display Use the volume up/down buttons to toggle between on/off Press the set button Press the source button Press and hold the set button for two seconds Privacy will flash in the left corner of the display Press the set button again until the backlight begins to flash Use the volume up/down buttons to toggle between HIGH, LOW or OFF Press the set button Press the source button Press the talk button and hold to activate the intercom Speak into the speaker in a normal voice and hold the talk button until finished Once the intercom call has been answered (within 25 seconds) the system will automatically go into a select call mode (a private conversation between the two rooms) All other rooms will return to the music they were playing before the intercom was activated Page 15 of 19 IntraSonic Technology, Inc Forest l View Street l Dallas, Texas 75243
16 Hands Free Listening Press and hold the listen button to activate the hands free operation. By holding the listen button the second party does not need to press their talk button. Hold the listen button until the conversation has ended Unlock Door From Master (Optional feature) Once the door chime has been activated, UNLOCK DOOR will be on display Press the button to unlock the door. It is recommended for safety reasons that you verify who is at the door before using the UNLOCK feature. The door will lock automatically. The delay of the auto door locking will depend on the delay setting programmed in the door release unit, (I1000DR). Contact your installer for more information. Unlock Door From Room Station (optional Feature) Once the door chime has been activated the UNLOCK DOOR button (same as SET button) may be used. For safety reasons it is recommended that the you verify who is at the door before using the UNLOCK feature. Press the UNLOCK DOOR button momentarily The door will automatically lock. The delay of the auto door locking will depend on the delay setting programmed in the door release unit, (I1000DR). Contact your installer for more information. Remote Control (Optional) Talk Button Point the remote at the master, room or patio station. Then press the talk button on the remote to initiate an intercom call to all other stations. Press the talk button again to end. Once the call has been answered (within 25 seconds) the call will automatically go into the select call mode. All other stations not on this call will go back to the music they were listening to before the call was initiated. Selective Call Point the remote at the master or room station then press the number of the station you want to call and press the talk button to initiate the call. Press talk again when finished talking. Once the call has been answered the private communication will be active for 25 seconds. To talk to the patio press the patio button, then the patio station number button and then the talk button on the remote. Always end by pressing the talk button when through talking. Door Talk Once the door bell has rung, press talk on the remote to activate the door talk and press talk again to activate door listen. Press the listen button to cancel this communication All Listen Point the remote at the room station then press the listen button for the all listen feature. The listen feature will be active until you press the listen button again. If the patio speaker is desired, press the patio button and then the patio station number on the remote and then the listen button. Press listen again when finished. Page 16 of 19
17 Remote Control (continued) Monitor Privacy Point the remote at the room station then press the monitor button for all monitor or select a room station by pressing the number of the room station and then monitor. Press the monitor button again to cancel room monitoring. If the patio station is desired, press the patio button and then the patio station number on the remote and then press the listen button. Press the listen again when finished. Point the remote at the room station, master or patio and press the privacy button. Press the privacy button again to cancel the privacy mode. Radio Presets Point the remote at the room station, master or patio and press the preset button + or to change the preset radio stations. Clear Point the remote at the room station, master or patio and press the clear button to clear the room number selected Music Volume Up/Down Point the remote at the room station, master or patio and press either the button volume + to raise the music volume or the button volume to lower the music volume. Intercom Volume Point the remote at the master or room station and press the listen button. Then press the button volume + to raise the intercom volume or the button volume to lower the intercom button. When finished setting the intercom volume press the listen button again and the room station will return to the pre-selected music. Source Point the remote at the room station and press either the FM, AM, Line In or Local buttons to select the source. Mute Point the remote at the room station and press the mute button to activate the mute feature. Press the mute button a second time to cancel the mute function Unlock the Door Once the door bell has been rung, point the remote at the room station. For safety reasons it is recommended that you verify who is at the door before unlocking the door. To unlock the door simply press the unlock button on the remote. Page 17 of 19
18 Trouble Shooting Tips and Questions Problem or Question Can not hear music at room stations Solution Volume controls operate independently. Make sure to adjust the volume for each source Check to see if the mode setting at the master is set for intercom only or monitor/off Can not hear room intercom Volume controls operate independently. Make sure to adjust the intercom volume for each station Check to see if the mode settings at the master are set to music only or monitor/off Volume controls operate independently. Make sure to adjust the volume for each room station and source. Where do I put my hand held music player at the room station? Can I charge my hand held music player? Can not hear the room station being monitored Where do I plug in my hand held music player at the room station? Can not hear my hand held music player A hand held music player bracket is sold separately. Contact your installer or Intrasonic Technology for more information Only at the master can you charge a hand held music player. This is done via the USB or firewire port in the docking station. Note some players may not charge through these ports. Volume controls operate independently. Make sure to adjust the intercom volume for each station Make sure privacy control is not active At every room and patio station, on the bottom, there is a 3.5mm jack. Simply plug a 3.5mm cable (supplied with Master) into the jack and plug the other end of this cable into the headphone jack on your music device Make sure you have LOCL (local) selected as the music source at the station you are attempting to connect your hand held device. Volume controls operate independently. Make sure to adjust the volume for each music source at the station. How do I monitor a baby s room? What happens if the power goes off? Where is the battery backup and how do I replace it? I cannot hear my MP3 player or other music source that is plugged into the master docking station throughout the home Using the remote control or master, select to room number you wish to monitor and then press monitor. See MONITOR under remote control section. Using the remote, press monitor or select room number Like most electronic devices, when the power is off the equipment will not operate. The I1000M has a battery backup that should keep the owner selected settings during most power outages. The battery backup is located behind the master front panel. Simply loosen the three screws on the bottom of the master face plate and pull the face plate off. In the upper right hand corner there is a square cover with a single screw. Remove this screw and remove the battery behind it. Watch the battery polarity and put the new battery in using the same direction as the old battery. The battery number for replacement is CR2032. After replacement remount the master face plate and tighten the 3 screws on the bottom. The master docking station is a local source playing at the master only. To distribute music throughout the entire system, the music source must be plugged into the auxiliary input wall pale. Page 18 of 19
19 Intrasonic Technology, Inc. 2 Year Limited Warranty Intrasonic Technology warrants its products to be free of manufacturing defects for two years from the date of closing or actual installation. This warranty only applies to products purchased from authorized dealers or distributors. If proof of installation can not be supplied, the manufacturing date code may be substituted. The warranty extends to the original user or subsequent owner of the product during the warranty term. Intrasonic Technology will replace or repair the product at it s option at no charge with a rebuilt or new product. All products with manufacturing defects must be returned to Intrasonic Technology. If an Intrasonic Technology product is determined to have a manufacturing defect, please call our toll free number ( ) before any attempt to dismantle or repair the product. Any attempt to dismantle or repair product will void the warranty. An RMA (Return Material Authorization) will be required prior to returning a product to Intrasonic Technology. To obtain an RMA number, call our toll free number ( ) and speak with a customer service representative. All products returned to Intrasonic Technology without an RMA will be refused. The limited warranty is in lieu of any other warranties, expressed or implied and any other obligations or liability on the seller s part. The limited warranty does not cover service calls, damage caused by improper installation, acts of God or violation of building or electrical codes. Intrasonic Technology will not be liable for consequential, incidental or other damage arising in connection with use or inability to use this product. In no event shall Intrasonic Technology s liability hereunder exceed the cost of the product covered hereby. No person is authorized to assume for Intrasonic Technology or obligate Intrasonic Technology for any other liability in connection with the sale of this product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential, incidental damage, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply. This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which may vary state to state. Page 19 of 19
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