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FM channels hye friends, the problem with my cassette player is that it shows only channels like 101.9 102.1 but i cant get 102 if i wanna. does any one is familiar with that problem? by the way i tried to take the power out and then to connect it again but it didn't work.

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  • Chief_Beef Dec 12, 2007

    My radio only scans odd channel e.g. 104.9, but won't scan even numbers e.g. 105.8. This means I cann't pick up lots of radio stations. This is really quite annoying and I can't seem to find any reference to solve it in the manual.



    Can anyone help me.

    Keith

  • imizzi May 18, 2008

    I have the same problem on a Pioneer DEH-P700BT model. Any tips would be most welcome

  • yaronha1 Jul 07, 2008

    Hi,

    After I changed my Battery on my car, all the channeks were lost.

    How can I set up channel 107.00 FM, right now I can reach only to 107.10 or 106.90, and the steps is only by 20HZ. I need to change the steps to 10HZ

    I do not no if is relevant, but I live on Israel and as far as I know there is a special setting to our area.

    Regards,
    Yaron.

  • new_xxx Aug 13, 2008

    I'm also having the same issue with this Akai player... Is there anything that i can do to solve this....

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FM stations do not broadcast on "even numbered frequencies. Why? Because of the signal bandwidth. In simple terms, if there was a signal on 102.0 and another signal on 102.1, then neither would be useable because they would "splatter" all over each other. Want an example? Turn your receiver to AM and tune to a crowded part of the band. Can you say " Hey, I can hear two stations at once."

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I bought one of these and modified it. My guide to this mod is here:-
http://www.sparkgap.co.uk/misc/DEH6900UB_modification.htm

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1) Set the tuner mode.

2) While pressing the [BND] button, press the

[ <<] button .

3) Release the buttons.

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Try pressing select or Fm/Am utton + button 5 for 3 sec disply should say eorope Good luck !!!

Posted on Oct 08, 2007

I am from South Afrika same problem with a JVC KD-G400 but have done it myself with a 3 or 4 button press That changed something and it worked but don,t know wich buttons or for how long to press them

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Some decks have a switch on the bottom side which changes this problem, i don't remember which make but i think that sony do because i had 2 sony decks, also in the user manual it will show you this switch

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As juandelacruz said It's just an American thing. The rest of the world uses finer frequency allocations with stations spaced at 0.1 MHz on FM. If there isn't a menu selection or little switch on your reciever for the Frequency allocation type then it would have been set in the factory. Most likely a soldered link inside the radio.

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FM channel standards are different depending on your country. In US the channel spacing is 200 kHz and only odd multiples, ie. 99.1, 99.3, 99.5 and so on. For Europe it is even multiples. If you radio can accomodate different standard, there should be a small switch in the case. You have to remove from the dashboard in order to see this. If there is no switch, maybe the radio is for US and Canada only.

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Since the 70's when they started, FM radios in cars have only showed like 101.9 and 102.1 in odd number tenths-of-Megahertz only, with a few rare exceptions. There are some high cost receivers that will show odds and evens. Your 102 station is really either one of like 101.9 or 102.1 for your Pioneer.

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