LISTENING TO THE RADIO
Automatic or manual tuning
Press the BAND button to select FM or AM,
For automatic tuning, make sure that "AUTO" is displayed, If not,
press the TUNE MODE button to display "AUTO".
Press the v
TUNING button to tune in a station.
The unit stops automatically at the next receivable station. Press the
button again to continue.
When receiving a station with weak signals, press the TUNE
MODE button to turn off "AUTO" (Manual tuning).
Press the V
TUNING button continuously until you are
close to the desired frequency, then press it briefly until the desired
frequency is displayed. Each time the button is pressed, the fre-
quency changes in 0.05 MHz steps for FM and 9 kHz steps for AM.
To preset stations
2. Press and hold down both V
buttons for at least 2
seconds. "APT" blinks on the display.
The automatic tuning mode is set and automatic presetting begins
from the low end of the FM band.
When 36 stations have been preset or the high end of the AM band is
reached, automatic presetting stops. "APT" disappears and the chan-
nel number 1 station will be heard.
Up to 36 stations (for example: 26 FM and 10AM stations) can be preset
in any order.
Each preset can be set for one FM or one AM station. The presets can be
programmed for any combination of FM and AM stations.
1. Tune in the station to be preset as described in "Automatic or manual
2. Press the MEMORY button. "MEMO'
Press two number buttons (for example: 09,10,25,
etc.) on the remote
control to preset the station. "MEMO" disappears.
When using the PRESfl
buttons, press the V
select the desired channel number, then press the MEMORY
In this example, "FM 103,25 MHz" station is preset on channel
number 9 (CH 09).
If the next step is not taken within 10 seconds in steps 2-3, "MEMO"
disappears and the preset operation is cancelled. Press the MEMORY
button to continue.
Repeat steps above, to add more preset stations.
When presetting a new station, the previously preset station on the
same channel is cleared.
The preset stations will be retained in the memory even if the unit is
If the memory contents are lost due to a power failure or other
condition, preset the stations again,
If the band does not change when the BAND button is pressed, while
presetting or changing stations, use the PRESET button to find the
If the band does not change with the PRESET button, disconnect the
mains lead, then press the RESH
button (rear of the unit) for at least 20
seconds, Connect the mains lead and resume operation. In this case,
memory contents must be reset.
Listening to preset stations
2. Press two number buttons on the remote control within 3 seconds, or
button to select the desired channel number.
For receiving an FM stereo broadcast, make sure that "MONO" is not
displayed. If "MONO" appears, press the FM MODE button to turn the
"STEREO" appears when an FM stereo broadcast is received.
Ifthe signals from an FM stereo station are weak and reception is poor,
press the FM MODE button to change to monaural reception. ("STE-
REO" is replaced by "MONO" in the display.)
If a channel numbe-r which has not been p~eset is selected, "--.--"
appears for 2 seconds and the previous station is selected.
Changing the AM reception frequencies
i s not necessary to perform this procedure in the Australia and New
1. Select the AM band.
2, Turn the power off.
3. While pressing the BAND button, press the POWER button.
kHz (9 kHz steps) —520
-1710 kHz (10 kHz steps)