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You can save up to 30 station presets so that
you always have easy access to your favorite
stations without having to tune in manually
Manually saving station presets
1 Tune to an AM or FM radio station.
Select mono or auto-stereo reception (FM) or
the Noise Cut mode (AM) as necessary. These
settings are saved along with the preset.
choose ‘ST.MEM.’ then press
to select the station preset you
want then press
Automatically saving station presets
’ then press
Auto tuning starts in the FM band, stopping
when a strong signal is received.
2 When auto tuning stops at a station,
to save the station as a preset, or
to continue without saving.
Auto tuning resumes. After the FM band is
finished, auto tuning continues in the AM
band. Press (stop) anytime to exit.
Auto tuning stops automatically after the AM
band is finished, or after the limit of 30 presets
has been reached. When this happens, the
tuner automatically switches to preset ST-1.
Listening to station presets
1 Make sure the
to select a station preset.
• You can also use the number buttons and
ENTER to do this.
Listening to other sources
You can connect an external source for
playback through this system’s speakers. See
Connecting auxiliary components on page 15
for more on this.
• To connect a USB device to the USB
terminal, see USB playback on page 35.
1 Make sure that the external source (TV,
MD player, etc.) is switched on.
to select the source connected
to the rear panel LINE input and F. AUDIO to
select the source connected to the front panel
3 If necessary, start playback of the source.
Dimming the display
You can choose one of two brightness settings
for the front panel display.
choose DIMMER then press
to adjust then press ENTER to
confirm and exit.
• DIMMER 1: Front panel display dims.
• DIMMER 2: Front panel display dims and
automatically turns the display off after the
unit has been left for two minutes.
• OFF: Front panel display returns to the
1 When any key is pressed, the display turns on.
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