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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Tuner features
You can choose from three tuning modes: auto seek, preset station seek, and manual. The "AUTO 1" indicator lights up when auto seek tuning is selected, and the "AUTO 2" indicator lights when preset station seek tuning is selected. Selecting Tuning Mode: Press the AUTO button. Each time you press the AUTO button, the mode switches as follows.


Station Preset Memory
Store the frequency of a station. You can then recall that station with a single touch of a button.

1 Select the band/ station that you want to have stored. 2 Press the button (#1-6) that you want to use for the station, for
at least two seconds. The button number blinks once in the display to indicate that the data has been stored. Recalling a Preset Station: Press the preset station button (#1-6) for the desired station. The number of the recalled station is displayed.

Auto 1 (Auto Seek Tuning)

Auto 2 (Preset Station Seek Tuning) Manual (Manual Tuning) Tuning: 1 Press the SRC (source) button repeatedly to select the tuner mode. "TUNER" is displayed when the tuner mode has been selected.

You can store six stations in each of the FM1, FM2, FM3, and AM bands.

2 Press either the FM or AM button to select the band.
Each time you press the FM button, the band switches between the FM1, FM2 and FM3 (which are used for groups of preset stations). Press the AM button to select the AM band. 3 • Auto Seek Tuning Press the ¢ button to seek higher frequencies. Press the 4 button to seek lower frequencies. • Preset station seek tuning Press the ¢ button to move to the next preset station (i.e., the one with the next highest number), and the 4 button to move to the last preset station (i.e., the one with the next lowest number). • Manual Tuning Press the ¢ button to increase the frequency by one step. Press the 4 button to decrease the frequency by one step.

Auto Memory Entry
You can automatically store all the receivable frequencies in the band currently being listened to, and then recall them with the touch of a button later. This function is especially useful when you are travelling and do not know what stations are available. Up to six frequencies can be stored this way.

1 Select the band for auto memory entry. 2 Press the AME button for at least two seconds to start auto
memory entry. The numbers of the preset station buttons are shown in order. When all the stations in a certain band are stored in the preset memory, the auto memory entry stops. The tuner then plays the last station received. Recalling a Preset Station:

The ST indicator lights up when stereo broadcasts are being

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