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Operating the Radio
Storing radio stations:
The receiver has a built-in tuner that allows for FM radio
function.
The receiver can store up to 40 radio stations in memory.
You can enter every single radio station yourself or the
receiver can store all available radio stations automatically
in an ascending order.
Manual tuning
1. Connect the FM antenna accordingly.
Automatic preset programming :
2. Press SOURCE on the front of the unit until the tuner
mode is selected. You may also directly press TUNER on the
remote control.
1. Press SOURCE on the main unit or TUNER on the
remote repeatedly to select TUNER mode.
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3. When the FM station broadcasts Stereo sound, ST is displayed.
2. Press and hold TUNER for 3 seconds to start the automatic preset programming.
4. Tune the a station by pressing TUNER + or TUNER - on
the remote control repeatedly until the desired station is
found.
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Alternatively, you can press and hold the same button for
about one second to activate the automatic search function. In this mode the receiver will automatically tune frequencies until it finds a station.
5. Repeat steps 4 to tune to another radio station.
Note:
If there is interference, modify the location of the antenna until the optimal sound
is heard. TV and other electronic devices
could be the cause of interferences so try to position the
antenna away from them.
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A weak signal can affect the
"Automatic preset programming function" efficiency. Adjust the antenna
for a better reception and for a more efficient
search. No Automatic preset programming function
for AM mode.
3. Radio frequencies will be browsed and radio stations
stored automatically. When all the available radio stations
are stored or if all 40 memory locations are full, the auto
preset programming will stop.
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Manual preset
RDS (Radio Data System) for FM Only
1. Tune to a radio station (see "Manual tuning" on page 38
above for details)
2. Press MENU on the remote control. "PRESET" will
appear on the display.
The RDS icon shows on display when RDS data are
received. The following information may be available on
certain stations:
• Frequency station,
• Station name,
• Program type,
• Clock,
• Radio text
Press INFO•RDS on the remote control repeatedly to select
the type of information you want to display.
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3. While the word "PROG" is still flashing, input your
desired preset number (1-40) using the UP/DOWN on the
remote control, then press OK again to store it.
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Retrieving preset stations
1. Press SOURCE on the unit or TUNER on the remote
control to enter the tuner mode.
2. Press PRESET + or PRESET - on the unit or PR+ or PR on the remote control to search up or down the preset stations.
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You can search for stations using one of the following
program types:
NEWS = news
AFFAIRS = current affairs
INFO = information
SPORT = Sport
EDUCAT = education
DRAMA = series and plays
CULTURE = religion or national culture
SCIENCE = science and technology
VARIED = miscellaneous
POP M = pop music
ROCK M = rock music
MOR M = middle-of-the-road music, easy listening music
LIGHT M = classical music
CLASSICS = serious classical
OTHER M = not classed
WEATHER = weather, medical
FINANCE = stock market reports
CHILDREN = children’s programs
SOCIAL AFFAIR = sociology, history, geography,
psychology, society
RELIGION = any aspect of beliefs, faith & God or Gods
PHONE IN = public forum by phone
TRAVEL = feature and programs concerning travelling
HOBBY = recreational activities & leisure
JAZZ = jazz music
COUNTRY = country music
NATIONAL = national music
OLDIES = oldies music
FOLK = folk music
DOCUMENTARY = documentaries
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