2 Pure Warranty Statement for Australia This statement replaces any reference to warranty which may be contained elsewhere within this manual. What do you need to do now? Keep your proof of purchase as evidence of your purchase date. This proof of purchase would need to be presented if warranty service was ever required. Register your purchase on-line at: for free technical support. If you have any questions about your warranty you can call us toll free on What s covered by this warranty? Pure agrees to refund, repair or replace, at your election, without charge to you, any part found to be defective during the warranty period. If equipment has been used according to its accompanying instruction manual and is used in a domestic situation, a three year warranty period applies (excludes rechargeable ChargePAK where fitted. A one year warranty period applies to all ChargePAKs). How do you make your claim? Call for instructions on how to return your Pure product for warranty service or go to and complete the contact us form. What s NOT covered by this warranty? Under this express warranty Pure will not be liable for loss or damage of any kind whatsoever, whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or otherwise. Replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear. Products with serial number defacement, modification or removal. Water damage or corrosion caused by dampness. Any damage or deterioration due to shipment. Any product which has been subjected to misuse, abuse or accident. Australian consumers The benefits to the consumer given by this express warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies of the consumer under a law in relation to the goods or services to which this warranty relates. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law, You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure. Pure is distributed and supported in Australia by PIONEER ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD, 5 ARCO LANE, HEATHERTON, VICTORIA, 3202.
3 Pop Maxi with Bluetooth Thank you for choosing Pop Maxi with Bluetooth. This manual will help you get your product up and running in no time and explains how to get the best out of all its great features. If you need any further assistance, please visit the support pages on our website at support-uk.pure.com. 1
4 Safety instructions 1. WARNING: Do not use the included power supply (with model number ZDL or ZDL BS) to power up another apparatus as this may cause damage. 2. Use only power supplies listed in the user manual/user instructions (supplied by Pure with model number ZDL or ZDL BS). 3. Fit the mains adapter to an easily accessible socket, located near the radio and ONLY use the mains power adapter supplied 4. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall not be placed on apparatus. 5. CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. 6. WARNING: The battery (battery or batteries or battery pack) shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or similar. 7. WARNING: The direct plug-in adapter is used as a disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily accesible. 8. Keep the radio away from heat sources such as radiators, heaters or other appliances that produce heat. 9. Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight. 10. Do not use the radio near water. 11. Avoid objects or liquids getting into the radio. 12. Do not remove screws from or open the radio casing. 13. Always switch the radio off and disconnect it from mains power before inserting or removing battereies or a battery pack. 14. Should not be immersed in water, used in shower or bathroom if plugged into the mains. 15. The mark label is on the exterior of the bottom of the apparatus. 2
5 Contents 4 Introduction 4 Top panel 5 Rear panel 6 Display 7 Getting started 7 Quick set up 9 Using your Pop 9 Listening to digital radio 9 Listening to FM radio 10 Storing and selecting presets 10 To quick-store a station to a preset button (1 4) 10 To store a station to the preset list (1 10) 10 To recall a preset when listening to digital or FM radio 11 Using Bluetooth 12 Using the auxiliary input 13 Alarms and timers 13 Setting an alarm 14 Cancelling a sounding alarm 14 Snoozing a sounding alarm 14 Disabling an alarm 14 Setting the sleep timer 14 Setting the kitchen timer 15 Options and settings 15 General settings 16 Audio settings 16 Display settings 17 Clock settings 19 Bluetooth settings 20 Appendix 20 Installing a ChargePAK D1 21 Help and advice 22 Technical specifications 3
6 Introduction Top panel E D C B A 4 A. Power/Volume dial: Push to switch Pop on/off. Turn to adjust volume. B. Menu button: Press to change various settings on Pop (see page 15 for more information). C. Select buttons: Press to change radio stations (see page 9) or press to scroll and select menu options. D. Source: Press to switch between listening to digital radio, FM radio and auxiliary input. E. Presets 1-5+: Store up to 10 digital or 10 FM radio preset stations (see page 10 for more information).
7 Rear panel F G H I J K A F. Aerial: Rotate the aerial and fully extend it for best reception. G. Stereo headphone socket (3.5mm) H. Autotune button: Press to automatically scan for new digital radio stations and remove inactive ones. I. Auxiliary input (3.5mm): Analogue stereo input for ipod, MP3 player, etc. J. Micro-B USB connector: Used for updating Pop s software. K. 5.5V power connector: Connect to supplied mains adapter only. 5
8 Display 7:00 BBC RADIO 2 THE LATEST NEWS 1. Displays current time. 2. ChargePAK or battery indicator. 3. Source indicator (= digital radio, FM= FM radio, AUX= auxiliary input, = Bluetooth). 4. Station name. 5. Signal strength. 6. Volume indicator. 7. Displays date, scrolling text, settings and station information (see page 17). 8. AM/PM indicator. 9. Alarm set indicator (see page 13). 10. Sleep and kitchen timer indicator (see page 14). 11. Snooze indicator (page 14). 6
9 Getting started Quick set up Note: If you have a ChargePAK D1 rechargeable battery (sold separately) fit it now before plugging Pop in. See page 20 for more information. 1 B A Rotate the aerial and fully extend it (steps A and B). Insert the jack of the supplied mains adapter into the socket on the rear of the radio (C). C 2 D Plug the mains adapter into the mains supply (D). 7
10 3 Push down and release the power button to switch Pop on. 4 FM AUX SCANNING PRESET :59 *************** EMPTY FM AUX BBC PRESET RADIO 5 2 LATEST EMPTY NEWS 1 min Wait for Pop to complete an Autotune for all available digital radio stations. When the Autotune is complete, a digital radio station will be selected. 8
11 Using your Pop BBC FM AUX PRESET RADIO Radio EMPTY the latest news LATEST NEWS FM AUX PRESET STATION 5 LIST BBC EMPTY RADIO 1 FM AUX BBC PRESET RADIO 5 1 NOW EMPTY TUNING PM Listening to digital radio Press the Source button to switch to digital radio. Changing digital stations 1. Press the < > buttons to scroll through the list of stations. 2. When you have found the station that you want to listen to, press the Select button to tune in MHz FM AUX PRESET 88\45 MHZ 5 FM FM FM EMPTY FM AUX PRESET 88\45 MHZ 5 EMPTY FM FM AUX PRESET 88\45 MHZ 5 EMPTY SCANNING PM Listening to FM radio Press the Source button to switch to FM radio. Changing FM stations Manual tuning Press the < > buttons to step up or down 0.05 MHz. Seek tuning Press and hold the < > buttons to seek to the next or previous FM radio station that has a strong signal. 9
12 Storing and selecting presets You can store up to 10 digital and 10 FM radio stations for quick access. FM AUX BBC PRESET RADIO 5 2 LATEST EMPTY NEWS FM AUX PRESET 5 3 EMPTY STORED To quick-store a station to a preset button (1 4) Tune in to the digital or FM radio station that you want to store. Press and hold one of the numbered preset buttons (1 4) for two seconds to save the current station as a preset. You can save over existing presets. FM AUX CLASSIC PRESET 5 BEETHOVEN EMPTY FM AUX PRESET STORE PRESET 5 7(EMPTY) FM AUX PRESET 5 7 EMPTY STORED To store a station to the preset list (1 10) 1. Tune in to the digital radio or FM radio station you want to store. 2. Press and hold the 5+ button to view the numerical list of stored presets, then press < > to choose any preset number between 1 and 10. You can overwrite existing presets. 3. Press the Select button until you see the Preset stored message. 10 FM AUX PRESET RECALL 5PRESET EMPTY 7 CLASSIC FM AUX CLASSIC PRESET 5 BEETHOVEN EMPTY To recall a preset when listening to a digital or FM radio station To tune to presets 1 to 4, press the corresponding numbered button on Pop (1 to 4). To access the full list of presets (from 1 to 10): 1. Press and release the 5+ button. 2. Press < > to scroll through the list of presets and push the Select button to tune to the selected preset.
13 Using Bluetooth You can use Bluetooth to stream any music from your phone or tablet to Pop. Note: When using Bluetooth to stream music to Pop, you will need to use your phone or tablet s volume controls to change Pop s volume. Pairing a mobile device with Pop Before you can stream audio to Pop, you will need to pair your phone or tablet with Pop. Note: Bluetooth pairing varies on different mobile devices. See your mobile device manual for specific information. To pair with Pop using Bluetooth: 1. Enable Bluetooth on your mobile device. 2. On your mobile device, select the option to add a new Bluetooth device. On some mobile devices you may need to select the search or scan option. 3. Start the pairing process on your mobile device. Do this by selecting Pop from the list of available devices that appear on the mobile device s screen. This will connect automatically once paired. Disconnecting a mobile device from Pop You can only have one mobile device connected to Pop via Bluetooth at any one time. If you want to stream audio from a different mobile device, you will need to disconnect any mobile device that is currently connected to Pop via Bluetooth first. If your mobile device goes out of Pop s Bluetooth range (this is usually around 10m (30ft)) the mobile device s Bluetooth connection is disconnected automatically. To manually disconnect your mobile device from Pop, you will need to open the Bluetooth settings on your mobile device (see your mobile device s manual for more information). When you disconnect a mobile device from Pop, Pop will remain in the Bluetooth source. To select another source, e.g. digital radio, press the Source button. Note: For more help with Bluetooth, see our Help and advice on page
14 Using the auxiliary input You can use Pop s auxiliary input to play any music from your phone or tablet on to Pop. Note: When playing music using Pop s auxiliary input, you will need to use your phone or tablet s volume controls to change Pop s volume. Connecting an auxiliary device to Pop Connect the line out or headphone socket of your auxiliary device to the Aux In socket on your Pop using a suitable cable. Selecting the auxiliary input FMAUX FMAUX FM AUX PRESET AUX 5 EMPTY FM AUX AUXILIARY PRESET 5 INPUT EMPTY 1. Press and release the Source button until you see AUX on Pop s display. 2. On your auxiliary device, select the content that you want to listen to on Pop. Pop will start to play the content that you selected on your auxiliary device. 12
15 Alarms and timers Note: If Pop is running on batteries or a ChargePAK, Pop s alarm function will not work if you turn Pop off after setting an alarm. Alarm 1 Setup On FM AUX PRESET MENU 5 ALARM EMPTY FM AUX PRESET ALARM 5 ALARM1 EMPTY FM AUX PRESET ALARM 5 1 ON EMPTY FM AUX PRESET ON TIME 5 EMPTY FM AUX PRESET DURATION 5 * 90 EMPTY MINUTES FM AUX PRESET SOURCE 5 * DIGITAL EMPTY RADIO FM AUX PRESET STATION 5 * LAST EMPTY USED FM AUX PRESET REPEAT 5 * DAILY EMPTY FM AUX PRESET ALARM VOLUME 5 * ****** EMPTY FM AUX PRESET ALARM 51 EMPTY SAVED Setting an alarm Pop has two alarms which can switch the radio on and tune to a digital or FM radio station or sound an alarm tone. 1. Press the Menu button and scroll < > to Alarm. 2. Scroll < > to Alarm1 or Alarm2 and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to On and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to set the hour for the alarm and press the Select button. Repeat to set the minute for the alarm. 5. Scroll < > to set the duration of the alarm and press the Select button. 6. Scroll < > to specify FM, Digital radio, or Tone and press the Select button to confirm. If you are specifying a tone alarm, skip to step Scroll < > to specify which station should be played when the alarm goes off. You have the option of selecting one of your preset stations or you can select Last Used to select the station that you were last listening to. Press Select to confirm. 8. Scroll < > to specify one of the following alarm repeat options: Daily, Weekdays, Weekends or Once and press the Select button to confirm. 9. Use < > to set the volume that the radio will play at when the alarm sounds and press the Select button to confirm. 10. The alarm icon will light steadily on the display to show that the alarm has set. 13 FM AUX PRESET ALARM 51 EMPTY SAVED
16 14 Cancelling a sounding alarm To cancel a sounding alarm, press the Source, <Select> or Menu buttons. Snoozing a sounding alarm To snooze a sounding alarm, press one of the Preset buttons. By default, Pop s snooze time is set to eight minutes. To change the Pop s default snooze time see page 18. Disabling an alarm To disable an alarm after it has been set: 1. Press the Menu button and scroll < > to Alarm and press the Select button. 2. Scroll < > to the alarm that you want to disable ( Alarm1 or Alarm2 ) and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Off and press the Select button. 4. The alarm icon will turn off on Pop s display to show that the alarm has been disabled. Setting the sleep timer The sleep timer can be set to switch Pop off after a specific period of time. Note: If Pop is running on batteries or a ChargePAK, Pop s sleep function is disabled. 2. Scroll < > to Sleep timer and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > and press the Select button to set the timer for up to 90 minutes or choose Sleep off to cancel. Setting the kitchen timer Pop has a countdown kitchen timer which will sound an alarm after a set time period. 2. Scroll < > to Kitchen timer and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to change the hours and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > again to change the minutes and push to confirm and start the countdown timer. The alarm will sound after the time period you have set whether the radio is on or in standby. Cancel the beeping alarm tone by pressing either the Source, <Select> or Menu buttons.
17 Options and settings General settings Changing the language shown on the display To switch the display language on Pop between English, French, German, Italian and Spanish: 2. Scroll < > to Settings and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Language and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > and press the Select button to choose the language that you want Pop to display. Resetting Pop to factory settings Resetting your Pop radio removes all presets, clears the station list and resets all options to defaults. To carry out a factory reset: 2. Scroll < > to Settings and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Factory reset and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to Yes and press the Select button. Displaying Pop s software version To display software version that is currently running on Pop: 2. Scroll < > to Settings and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Version and press the Select button. Updating Pop to the latest version of software Contact Pure technical support ( for more information on how to update Pop to the latest software version. 15
18 16 Audio settings You can use Pop s audio menu to adjust the bass and treble. 2. Scroll < > to Audio and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Bass or Treble and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to adjust the bass or treble levels. You can choose a level between -3 and Press the Select button to confirm the bass or treble level. Display settings Adjusting the display brightness You can adjust the brightness of the display when Pop is switched on or in standby. To change the brightness of Pop s display: 2. Scroll < > to Display and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Backlight and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to Active and press the Select button to change the settings that apply when Pop is switched on, or scroll to < > Standby and press the Select button to change settings that apply in standby. 5. Scroll < > to Brightness and press the Select button. 6. Scroll < > to choose a brightness level between 1 and 5 or choose Auto. The Auto setting automatically dims or brighten Pop s display based on the light level in the room. 7. Press the Select button to confirm the brightness setting. Adjusting how long the display backlight stays on for You can adjust how long Pop s display backlight stays on for: 2. Scroll < > to Display and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Backlight and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to Active and press the Select button to change the settings that apply when Pop is switched on, or scroll to < > Standby and press the Select button to change settings that apply in standby. 5. Scroll < > to Duration and press the Select button. 6. Scroll < > to choose from Always on or Timed off and press the Select button.
19 Changing the information shown on Pop s display If you are listening to a digital or FM radio station, you can change the information that is shown on Pop s display: 2. Scroll < > to Display and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Information and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > and press the Select button to choose one of the following options: Text: Choose this option if you want to display the information broadcast by the station you are currently listening to. The information displayed may include song titles, program details, news, etc.* Signal strength: Choose this option if you want to display the signal strength of the radio station you are currently listening to. The number of asterisks indicate the reliable reception level. Date: Choose this option if you want to display the current date. Clock settings Setting the time and date The time and date on Pop are automatically set by the FM or digital radio signal. If the time/date on Pop is not updating automatically, you can manually set it. 2. Scroll < > to Clock and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Set time/date and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to set the hour and press the Select button. Repeat to set the minutes. 5. Scroll < > to set the day and press the Select button. Repeat to set the month and the year. Changing the time format 2. Scroll < > to Clock and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Set 12/24 hour and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to choose between 12 hour and 24 hour and press the Select button to confirm. 17
20 Changing the date format 2. Scroll < > to Clock and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Set date format and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to choose between displaying the date in day, month and year order DD-MM-YYYY or in month, day and year order MM-DD-YYYY and press the Select button to confirm. Clock synchronization options You can select the radio sources that you want to use for setting the time. By default, Pop uses both the FM and digital radio signals to synchronize the time. To specify the clock synchronization options: 2. Scroll < > to Clock and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Clock sync and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to choose the required clock synchronization option and press the Select button to confirm. Changing the snooze time You can change the amount of time an alarm will snooze for when you press one of Pop s preset buttons during a sounding alarm. By default, Pop s snooze time is set to eight minutes. To change Pop s snooze time: 2. Scroll < > to Clock and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > to Snooze and press the Select button. 4. Scroll < > to choose a snooze time between 5 and 59 minutes and press the Select button to confirm. 18
21 Bluetooth settings You can use the Bluetooth menu to make Pop visible or invisible to other Bluetooth devices. To change Pop s Bluetooth visibility setting: 1. Press Menu. 2. Scroll < > to Bluetooth and press the Select button. 3. Scroll < > and press the Select button to choose one of the following options: Discoverable: Select this option if you want Pop to be visible to all Bluetooth devices. Hidden: Select this option if you want to hide Pop from other Bluetooth devices. You will still be able to pair to Pop when Bluetooth is hidden, but you will need to enter Pop s name manually on the device you want to pair with. Off: Select this option if you want to disable Pop s Bluetooth connection. 19
22 Appendix Installing a ChargePAK D1 or four AA batteries ChargePAK D1 4x AA batteries 20
23 Help and advice Secondary and inactive stations (</>) Secondary digital radio services Some stations have accompanying secondary services which provide extra information or alternative content and may only be broadcast at certain times. If a station has a secondary service available, the station shows > next to its name in the station list and the secondary service appears next to the station in the list. A secondary service has a < before its name in the station list. (?) Inactive or unavailable digital radio stations Inactive or unavailable stations appear on the station list preceded by? and cannot be tuned to. A station may be inactive or unavailable because the station is not broadcasting at the current time (check with the station) or has stopped broadcasting altogether. Also, you may not have a strong enough signal to receive the Multiplex on which the station is broadcast. Hints and tips Display says No stations available Press the Autotune button on the back of your Pop to search for digital stations. Try adjusting your aerial or radio position. Receiving new digital radio stations that have started broadcasting Press the Autotune button on the back of your Pop to search for new digital stations. Try adjusting your aerial or radio position. I can t see Pop in the list of available Bluetooth devices on my mobile device This may be because your Pop Bluetooth visibility setting is set to Hidden or Off (see page 19). Your Bluetooth setting will need to be set to On to be visible on your mobile device. My mobile device is prompting me for a passcode when I try to pair with my Pop Some legacy Bluetooth devices may prompt you to enter a passcode when trying to pair with Pop. If this occurs, enter the code
24 Technical specifications Radio Frequencies Bluetooth Speaker Audio power output Input connectors Output connectors Presets Power supply Digital and FM radio DAB/DAB+, FM radio MHz Built-in Bluetooth with A2DP support Twin full-range 3" drive units 2 x 4.3W RMS 5.5V DC power adaptor socket (230V supplied), 3.5mm Line-in for auxiliary devices, micro USB socket for software updates 3.5mm stereo headphone socket 10 digital radio and 10 FM radio presets 230V AC to 5.5V (3.0A) DC external power adapter (supplied), optional ChargePAK D1 rechargeable battery pack or four AA batteries) Power consumption Standby with clock display: 0.75W, Standby without clock display: <0.5W, Active: 1.34W Dimensions Aerial Approvals 185 mm wide x 173 mm high x 102 mm deep Telescopic aerial CE marked. Hereby, Pure, declares that this Band II LPD device is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The Declaration of Conformity may be consulted at: ETSI EN compliant Australian C-Tick N1600 and Electrical Safety 22
25 Copyright Copyright 2015 by Imagination Technologies Limited. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be copied or distributed, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any human or computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, manual or otherwise, or disclosed to third parties without the express written permission of Imagination Technologies Limited. Version 1 April Trademarks Pop Maxi with Bluetooth, ChargePAK, Pure, the Pure logo, Imagination Technologies, and the Imagination Technologies logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Imagination Technologies Limited. All other product names are trademarks of their respective companies. Warranty Information Imagination Technologies Limited warrants to the end user that this product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship in the course of normal use for a period of three years from the date of purchase. This guarantee covers breakdowns due to manufacturing or design faults; it does not apply in cases such as accidental damage, however caused, wear and tear, negligence, adjustment, modification or repair not authorised by us. Please visit from the UK or from Australia to register your product with us. Should you have a problem with your unit please contact your supplier or contact Pure Support at the address shown on the rear of this manual. Disclaimer Imagination Technologies Limited makes no representation or warranties with respect to the content of this document and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Further, Imagination Technologies Limited reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes in it from time to time without obligation of Imagination Technologies Limited to notify any person or organisation of such revisions or changes. Correct disposal of this product This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with other household waste throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use the return and collection system or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for environmental safe recycling.
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