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Memory i would like to know how to properly use the memory features

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Re: memory

Don't you have the operating manual? If not, you can go to the Pioneer site and download:,,2076_310069701_310093200_tab=D,00.html?compName=PNA_V3_ProductDetailsComponent What do you want to know? You have to be more specific.

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