Selecting a Station

Seek Tuning

If the radio station is not known:

Briefly press to or automatically search for the next to automatically search for the next available station. If a station is not found, the radio switches to a more sensitive search level. If a station still is not found, the frequency that was last active begins to play.

If the radio station is known:

Press and hold until the or station on the display is reached, until the station on the display is reached, then release the button.

Manual Tuning

Turn the TUNE knob to select the frequency on the display.

Favorites List

1. Turn the Menu knob.

2. Select Favorites List.

3. Select the station.

Station Lists

1. Turn the Menu knob.

2. Select AM or FM Station List. All receivable stations in the current reception area are displayed. If a station list has not been created, an automatic station search is done.

3. Select the station.

Category Lists

Most stations that broadcast an RDS program type code specify the type of programming transmitted.

Some stations change the program type code depending on the content. The system stores the RDS stations sorted by program type in the FM category list.

To search for a programming type determined by station:

1. Turn the Menu knob.

2. Select FM category list. A list of all programming types available displays.

3. Select the programming type.

A list of stations that transmit programming of the selected type displays.

4. Select the station.

The category lists are updated when the station lists are updated.

Updating Station & Category Lists

If stations stored in the station list can no longer be received:

1. Turn the Menu knob.

2. Select Update AM or FM Station List, if the stations stored in the station list are no longer received. A station search will be completed and the first station in the updated list will play.

To cancel the station search, press SELECT.

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