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Need to add another output frequency because default frequencies used by broadcast stations in my area

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FM frequency assignment is not a simple matter. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FM_broadcasting_in_the_United_States: "In the United States, frequency-modulated broadcasting stations operate in a frequency band extending from 87.8 MHz to 108.0 MHz," But you might want to read the remainder of this Wikipedia article; it explains how this frequency is almost always used by TV stations (which use the FM band for their audio). Or, you may want to Google "87.7 FM" for more insight; that search turned up a station in Boston and one in Chicago supposedly operating on the 87.7 frequency. But your best bet would be to contact that station and ask them how to receive their broadcasts; I'm sure this wouldn't be the first time someone has had this problem.

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Simple, inexpensive RC devices operating on the same frequency have no way of being "paired" (like a bluetooth device to a phone) to a particular controller (more expensive devices and controllers have sophisticated ways to get around this limitation by setting codes that allow the device to respond to only the matching controller). You would need to have both the control and device on a new frequency that is different from other RC devices to retain control of the device - otherwise once the device gets close enough to the other controller - it will begin responding to it instead of yours.

In order to use your RC device, you'll need to remain closer to your device than the other controller is. This makes your controller's signal more powerful and should overcome the more distant controller signal. Keep in mind that your range of control will be reduced as the signal suffers from interference from the other controller - much like driving in your car listening to the radio that has 2 broadcasters on the same frequency. While close to home, you hear your local station clearly - but as you get further from the local station, there is an area where the signal from the other station overlaps with your local station - making understanding what is being broadcast by either station completely unintelligible. You have to tune away or shut off the radio until you're closer to one station or the other. Had there been no second station on the same frequency - or had been travelling in a different direction, you might have been able to listen to your local station for the whole trip. The same holds true for your RC device. In an open area alone - you may have control for 200 feet. But in an area with another RC controller operating on the same frequency as yours, that distance may plummet to just 50 feet. The more distance there is between RC controllers and devices competing for the use of the same frequency - the better the experience will be.


I hope this helps and good luck!

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Here's the relevant instructions out of the manual.
Storing and recalling broadcast frequencies You can easily store up to six broadcast frequencies for later recall. ! Six stations for each band can be stored in memory. 1 Press LIST. Preset screen is displayed. 2 Use MULTI-CONTROL to store the selected frequency in memory. Turn to change the preset number. Press and hold to store. # You can also store the frequency in memory by pushing and holding MULTI-CONTROL right. 3 Use MULTI-CONTROL to select the desired station. Turn to change the station. Press to select. # You can also change the station by pushing MULTI-CONTROL up or down. # To return to the ordinary display, press BAND/ESC or LIST. # If you do not operate the list within about 30 seconds, the display automatically returns to the ordinary display.
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Here is the info, for a link to the user manual go here for all the functions

http://www.fixya.com/support/p920294-pioneer_deh_p4000ub_cd_player/manual-26899

Storing and recalling broadcast frequencies You can easily store up to six broadcast fre- quencies for later recall. ! Six stations for each band can be stored in memory. 1 Press LIST. Preset screen is displayed. 2 Use MULTI-CONTROL to store the se- lected frequency in memory. Turn to change the preset number. Press and hold to store. # You can also store the frequency in memory by pushing and holding MULTI-CONTROL right. 3 Use MULTI-CONTROL to select the de- sired station. Turn to change the station. Press to select. # You can also change the station by pushing MULTI-CONTROL up or down. # To return to the ordinary display, press BAND/ESC or LIST. # If you do not operate the list within about 30 seconds, the display automatically returns to the ordinary display

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It may be possible that the FM frequency chosen during setup, is in use in your area by a strong signal from a local station. Change to another frequency and see if the situation improves.


The following is from the Operation's Manual:


FM Modulator Setting
You can adjust FM Modulator frequency and output level.
7 Frequency
If output from the FM Modulator is hard to hear due to interference from a strong broadcast
station transmission, you can switch to another frequency.
You can adjust frequency between 87.9 and 90.1MHz.
7 Level
If the output sound is too quiet, too loud or distorted, you can adjust FM Modulator output
level.
You can adjust level between “LEVEL–1” and “LEVEL–7”.
1. Press the POWER button for 2 seconds to enter the FM Modulator Setting
mode.


2. Select the desired frequency
with the left/right arrow buttons.


3. Increase or decrease the Level
with the up/down arrows (buttons).




4. To cancel the FM Modulator Setting mode, press the POWER button again
for 2 seconds.
Note:
• After entering the FM Modulator Setting mode, if you do not perform an operation within about 8 seconds, the FM Modulator Setting is automatically canceled.




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