Question about Car Audio & Video
Having set six channels, i find when changing channels i get the sam channel on all six buttons
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sony CDX-SW200 AM/FM/CD unit
I'm not completely certain about yours, but on most Sony decks you can get to a manual tuning mode by pressing and holding the seek buttons. In other words, if you press and release the tuning button, it will automatically jump to the next channel. If you press and hold the button for a second, it should beep and possibly start flashing an "M" on the screen. After that, it should stop scanning when you release the button, without jumping to the next station.
Posted on Aug 10, 2007
your constant power wire is not hooked up or it has come loose that is why nothing will stay saved on the unit have it looked at and see if they wont fix your problem cheap...... its a easy fix
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
Hi, read instructions online for other JVC models as they have the same silly auto tuning function. Page 8 on this link. http://www.jvc.co.nz/assets/pdf-manual/KD-R406.pdf
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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