Stereo Sound System
Stereo Sound System
(Canada: LX)
Tone Control
(US: LX)
Bass Control
Treble Control
(US: EX,
Canada: EX-R)
Treble Control
Bass Control
ON/OFF Switch
Turn the switch clockwise to turn the unit on; turn it counterclockwise to turn the unit off.
NOTE:
The antenna will rise or retract automatically when the unit is
turned on or off. It will also retract automatically if the ignition is
switched off.
Volume Control
Turn the ON/OFF switch clockwise to increase volume and counterclockwise to decrease volume.
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Stereo Sound System (cont'd)
(Canada: LX)
Frequency Display
(US: LX)
(US: EX,
Canada: EX-R)
Frequency Display
Balance Control
Balances sound between left and right speakers.
(Except Canada: LX)
To use the control, push on the knob to get it to pop out, adjust the
balance to your liking and push the knob back in when you are done.
NOTE:
(Except Canada: LX)
When the headlights are on, the radio panel illumination is on, even if
the radio is turned off.
The panel lighting can be turned off by first pushing the Balance
Control knob to its out position and then pulling it out slightly
further.
Fader Control
Balances sound between front and rear speakers.
(Except Canada: LX)
To use the control, push on the knob to get it to pop out, adjust the
sound to your liking and push the knob back in when you are done.
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Radio Operation
AM/FM Band Selector
Push to select AM or FM band. The corresponding band indicator
will light.
Manual Tuning
(US: LX, Canada: LX)
Push the
button to tune to a lower frequency station.
Push the
button to tune to a higher frequency station.
(US: EX, Canada: EX-R)
Push the TUNE/SEEK switch up to change to a higher frequency,
and down to change to a lower frequency.
To change the frequency up or down a single increment, push and
release the TUNE/SEEK switch.
NOTE:
(US: LX, Canada: LX)
If you hold either button for more than half a second, the tuning
frequency will count up or down rapidly.
(US: EX, Canada: EX-R)
To go to a frequency that is farther away, push the switch and hold
it. You will hear a beep and the frequency display will begin to count
rapidly.
Seek Tuning
(Canada: LX)
Each time you push this button, the tuner will automatically seek
the next higher frequency station.
(US: LX)
Each time you push this button up or down, the tuner will
automatically seek the next higher or lower frequency station.
(US: EX, Canada: EX-R)
Depending on which way you push the TUNE/SEEK switch, the
system searches up or down from the current frequency. Push the
switch until you hear a beep, then release it. The system searches
until it find a station with a strong signal, then stops.
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Stereo Sound System (cont'd)
Preset Station Selection
1. Make sure the Band Selector is on the band you want ... AM or
FM. Then, find the station you want by Manual Tuning or Seek
Tuning.
2. Press and hold one of the Preset Buttons.
3. In a few seconds, a beep will sound and the light in the button will
come on. The station is now preset in the memory. You may
preset 1 AM and 1 FM station per button, (total, 6 of each on US:
LX, Canada: LX).
(US: EX, Canada: EX-R)
Each button will store one frequency on the AM band, and t w o on
the FM band by pushing the FM1, and FM2 switch. You can store
a total of 6 stations on AM and 12 on FM.
4. You can tune to a preset station by pushing its corresponding
preset button.
NOTE:
(US: EX, Canada: EX-R)
The Auto Select Button must be off before the Preset Station
Selection can be used.
Auto Select Button (US: EX, Canada: EX-R)
If you are visiting a new broadcast area, you can quickly enter into
memory the stronger stations in that area by simply pushing the
Auto Select Button. The radio will then automatically scan both the
AM and FM bands and temporarily memorize up to six stations in
each. With the Auto Select Button on, these stations can then be
tuned by pushing the preset buttons. Manually-preset stations
remain memorized for use when you return to your normal
broadcast area, but are only selectable with the Auto Select Button
off.
Stereo Indicator
This lights up when a FM broadcast in stereo is being received. It will
flash when the signal strength diminishes. If it flashes, good stereo
reception cannot be expected. Stereo reception is available only for
FM stereo broadcasts, not for AM stereo broadcasts.
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