While selecting PTY engagement, its selection is implemented by preset
buttons as described in notes.When PTY is selected, the radio starts to
search corresponding PTY information, and stops if the corresponding
PTY information is detected. If corresponding PTY information isnot
existed any more, PTY engagingis automatically exit to normal mode.
When PTY mode is engaged, the PTY switch is shared as follows:
According to above 2 allotted group, the preset number is used for
PTYselection as follows:
* POP M, ROCK M
*JAZZ, COUNTRY *NATION M, OLDIES
*NEWS, AFFAIRS, INFO
RELIGION, PHONE IN
- Listening to Traffic Announcement TA button (2) is operated as follows:
When pressed short, it is engaging whether TA mode on or off.
When TA mode is on and a traffic announcement is transmitted:
When the unit was in CD (MP3), it will switch temporarily to radio mode.
Temporary switch over to an EON linked station when EON detects a
traffic announcement on that other program.
If the volume level was under the threshold point it will be raised to the
threshold point. But the user changed the volume level, which was more
than the threshold point (min. TA volume level), it will be set to the last
When TA mode is on, TA of individual segment is turned on.
When a TP station is received, TP of individual segment is turned on.
TA interruption function
The current traffic announcement is cancelled by pressing this key. But
the TA mode will not be off. When pressed long, it is selected EON TA
LOCAL/EON TA DISTANCE mode.
The purpose of this key is to reduce unwanted EON TA switching, which
EON TA information was received from current station and the radio
switched to that EON linked station, but no information could not be
received because the EON linked station is located too far from that area.
So the radio is switched back to current station again. In above operation,
a customer listens to a wrong program or mute sound for a while.
*EASY M, LIGHT M
*SPORT, EDUCATE, DRAMA
*WEATHER, FINANCE, CHILDREN
*TRAVEL, LEISURE, DOCUMENT
*CLASSICS, OTHER M