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Using Radio Data System (RDS)
Selecting program types (PTY)
During FM reception, touch [PTY].
To scroll the list, touch /.
Touch the desired program type.
The unit searches for a station broadcasting the
selected program type.
To close the PTY list
Type of programs
News (News), Current Affairs (Current Affairs),
Information (Information), Sport (Sports),
Education (Education), Drama (Drama), Cultures
(Culture), Science (Science), Varied Speech
(Varied), Pop Music (Pop Music), Rock Music (Rock
Music), Easy Listening (M.O.R. Music), Light
Classics M (Light classical), Serious Classics
(Serious classical), Other Music (Other Music),
Weather & Metr (Weather), Finance (Finance),
Children's Progs (Children's program), Social
Affairs (Social Affairs), Religion (Religion), Phone
In (Phone In), Travel & Touring (Travel), Leisure &
Hobby (Leisure), Jazz Music (Jazz Music), Country
Music (Country Music), National Music (National
Music), Oldies Music (Oldies Music), Folk Music
(Folk Music), Documentary (Documentary)
Setting clock time (CT)
The CT data from the RDS transmission sets the clock.
Set [Clock Time] to [ON] in [General
Settings] (page 17).
Playing a USB Device
In these Operating Instructions, "iPod" is used as a
general reference for the iPod functions on the iPod
and iPhone, unless otherwise specified by the text
For details on the compatibility of your iPod, see
"About iPod" (page 21) or visit the support site on
the back cover.
MSC (Mass Storage Class) and MTP (Media Transfer
Protocol) type USB devices (such as a USB flash
drive, digital media player, Android smartphone)
compliant with the USB standard can be used.
Depending on the digital media player or Android
smartphone, setting the USB connection mode to
MTP is required.
For details on the compatibility of your USB device,
visit the support site on the back cover.
Playback of the following files is not supported.
DRM (Digital Rights Management) files
Multi-channel audio files
lossless compression files
Multi-channel audio files
Connect the USB device to the USB port.
If a device is already connected, press HOME
then touch [iPod/USB] to start playback.
Adjust the volume on this unit.
To stop playback
Press OFF, or press SOURCE repeatedly until [OFF]
To remove the device
Stop playback, then remove the device.
Caution for iPhone
When you connect an iPhone via USB, the phone
call volume is controlled by the iPhone, not the unit.
Do not inadvertently increase the volume on the
unit during a call, as a sudden loud sound may
result when the call ends.