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Programing stations hi how do i prigram n save stations on my system?are the two cables labelled SUB meant for connection to the woofer?can this system support cd changer? how do i do the connection?

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Re: programing stations

I have included a step by step to store your stations. The cables are meant for a sub and yes your system does support a sony cd changer. To install a changer you have to pull the deck and there is a outlet on the back.

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