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Front-Panel Controls And Features - Kenwood H2EV Operating Instructions Manual

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The second-best antenna location is on an
outside wall.
• Select an appropriate wall, depending on where
you live (refer to the map on pg. 13). The location
of the "X" on the map must be visible to the
antenna.
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• Mount the antenna facing as close to straight up
as possible (below, left).
• To minimize interference caused by roof exten-
sions, mount the antenna as low on the wall
as possible while avoiding other obstructions
(below, right).
The third-best antenna location is at a window.
• Select an appropriate window, depending on
where you live (refer to the map on pg. 13).
The location of the "X" on the map must be
visible to the antenna.
• Place the antenna midway between the left and
right window frames.
• Tilt the hinged part of the antenna back to aim it
towards the sky (below).
Note: Objects such as the following can prevent the
antenna from receiving the satellite signal when
placed at a window or on an outside wall:
• roof extensions
• the window frame
• metallic window
screens or tinting
• objects in the window
• nearby objects like trees,
foliage, or buildings
If the signal is blocked
from getting to the
antenna, the antenna
must be relocated to
a more appropriate
window, an outside
wall free of obstruc-
tions, or on the roof.
Use this map as a general placement guideline—
some experimentation may be needed to obtain the
best reception in your particular situation. See pg.
27, Antenna Aiming, for more information about
using the ANTENNA SIGNAL screen to aim the
antenna.
If you live in:
Section 1—Use a NORTHEAST or EASTFACING wall
or window
Section 2—Use a NORTHEAST or NORTHFACING wall
or window
Section 3—Use a NORTHWEST or NORTHFACING
wall or window
Section 4—Use a NORTHWEST or WESTFACING wall
or window
Section 5—Place the antenna ONLY ON THE ROOF
or ON AN OUTSIDE WALL
Front-panel Controls
and Features
Memo
Display
Menu
Band
Power
Jump
Display
Cat.<
Cat.>
Presets
Control Knob
Power ( ) Button: Turns Here
Everywhere off and on.
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Memo Button: Saves and recalls song and artist
information; enters S-Seek list mode (see pg. 22
for more on S-Seek).
Display Button: Switches the display between different
modes, with artist and song title information displayed
in various sizes; also used to enter Channel List mode.
Menu Button: Enters and exits setup mode.
Band Button: Cycles through the 5 banks of
presets; enters & exits the Preset Tune Mode.
Jump Button: "Jumps" over to a special stored
channel, such as a local traffic channel; then can
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