Radio

(Tuner) Introduction

When the car radio is turned on, the last function that was selected before turning it off (Radio, CD, CD MP3, AUX) is activated.

To select the Radio function when another audio source is being listened to, briefly press the TUNER button.

Once the Radio mode has been activated, the display will show the name (RBDS stations only) or the frequency of the selected radio station, the frequency band selected (e.g. FMA) and the preset button number (e.g. P1).

Frequency Band Selection

With the Radio mode active, press the FM or AM tuner button briefly and repeatedly to select the desired reception band.

Each time the button is pressed the following bands are selected cyclically:

AM, FM or SAT (if equipped) Each band is highlighted by the corresponding wordings on the display. The radio will be tuned to last station selected on the respective frequency band.

Preset Buttons

The buttons numbered from 1 to 5 are used to set the following pre-selections:

15 in the FM band (5 in FMA, 5 in FMB, 5 in FMC
10 in the AM band (5 in AMA, 5 in AMB)
15 in SAT (if so equipped) (5 SATA, 5 SATB, 5 SATC)

To listen to a preset station, select the desired frequency band and then briefly press the corresponding preset button (from 1 to 5).

By pressing the preset button for more than 2 seconds, the tuned station will be stored. Pressing the A-B-C button will change between the preset memory group in the current frequency band.

Automatic Tuning

Briefly press the the automatic tuning search for the next station that can be received in the selected button to start the automatic tuning search for the next station that can be received in the selected direction.

If the the rapid search is started. When the button is released, the tuner will stop on button is pressed for longer, the rapid search is started. When the button is released, the tuner will stop on the next station that can be received.

Manual Tuning

This is used to manually search for stations in the preselected band.

Select the desired frequency band and then press briefly and repeatedly the direction. If the  button is pressed button to start the search in the desired direction. If the longer, the fast search starts and then stops when the button is released. button is pressed longer, the fast search starts and then stops when the button is released.

Stereophonic Broadcasters

If the incoming signal is weak, the reproduction is automatically switched from Stereo to Mono.

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