INTERNAL SOURCE - AM/FM TUNER
UNO-TS2 Touchscreen Control
UNO-TS2 Control of Tuner
Selecting the tuner
On the UNO-TS2 touchscreen home page, press
the named source button to select the AM/FM
Selecting a Bank
From the "1 of 3" tuner screen, select the bank
by scrolling using the forward/back arrow next
to the bank name. The bank name shows in the
window. There are six available banks that store
up to six presets each. Banks and memory pre-
sets are custom-named in the Peripheral Setup
Menu (see Installation Menu section of this
Setting a Memory Preset
From the "1 of 3" tuner screen, press the "tune"
up/down hard button functions to select the
desired station. Press and hold one of the six
buttons in the middle of the screen to save the
preset. When you hear the harp sound from the
touchscreen, the preset is saved. The preset
name then appears on the buttons. These may
be custom names or frequencies.
New presets can be saved over existing presets
using the same method.
Note: If the UNO-TS2 is powered on before the
Russound Tuner is turned on, existing preset
names may not appear until after the tuner's
boot up procedure is complete (less than a
Recalling a Memory Preset
From the "1 of 3" tuner screen, press and hold
one of the six buttons in the middle of the
screen to recall the preset. Only configured pre-
sets will be displayed.
Presets can also be recalled from any tuner
screen by using the "memory up/down" hard
button functions on the bottom right of the
screen. These will be selected from the bank
that is currently selected.
Selecting the desired band
From the "2 of 3" tuner screen, press the "AM"
or "FM" button to select the desired band.
Selecting the desired frequency
From the "2 of 3" tuner screen, enter the 3- or
4-digit frequency number. The "tune up/down"
hard buttons can also be used to select a sta-
Frequency Seek and Scan
From the "3 of 3" tuner screen, select either the
"Seek" or "Scan " button. Press the button to
begin the seek or scan function, then press the
"Stop" button on the screen to end. The "tune
up/down" hard buttons can also be used to
select a station.
Local - Distant Reception
From the "3 of 3" tuner screen, the
Local/Distant Reception setting changes how
the tuner's antenna picks up signals. Normal
operation is in Distant mode.However, in cities,
antennas can pick up multipath signals when
they bounce off buildings and get doubled. In
these cases, the Local mode limits the noise
associated with these reflected signals.
Stereo - Mono Output
From the "3 of 3" tuner screen, change the out-
put of a radio station by choosing either Stereo
Press the mute hard button on the outside left
of the UNO-TS2 to mute the tuner when it is the