SELECTING RADIO BAND
Press button O to select the desired band while in radio mode,
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. . . To select higher frequency stations, press the @ button (for less than 0.5 seconds).
To select lower frequency stations, press thee
To quickly scan up or down in frequency, press and hold the @ or e button, Release
and press again the button when the desired frequency appears on the display.
A flashing decimal point in the frequency display indicates that the system is receiv-
ing a station 50 kHz higher than the displayed frequency.
. . Press the @ or @ button for more than 0.5 seconds.
When the button is released, the system will start automatic tuning and stop at the next
STORING PRESET STATIONS
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The preset buttons can be used to store 6 stations in each band (FM1, FM2, MW and LW) for quick tuning.
. . 1 Select the desired band and tune in the station you want to store in memory.
Press and hold one of the preset buttons for more than 1.5 seconds.
to program further stations.
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Select a desired band and press one of the six preset buttons.
ATP (AUTO TRAVER PRESET)
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With this function, the system searches for and memorizes the 6 strongest stations in one of the three bands
(FM1, FM2, MW) in
order of signal strength.
This feature is useful when you are driving in an unfamiliar location and want to memorize local stations without
changing the standard preset stations.
A total of 12 stations (6 FM and 6 MW) can be programmed.
To set the stations . . .
1 Select the desired band.
Press and hold button @ for more than 1.5 seconds.
"AS will appear in the display.
When the stations have been memorized,
scanning will stop and the
strongest station will be received.
Quick Tuning of ATP Stations
. Select the desired band.
Press button @ if the "AS" indicator does not appear in the display.
Press preset button @ to select the desired ATP preset. If a total of six
stations cannot be preset "-––"
will be displayed for the empty chan-