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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depending on the radio and the make of car , there is often a MENU setting that will allow country change settings(which includes the frequency changes ) for USA Europe and the Far East
If you have a MENU button (often labelled M ) , press it and scroll through the menu options(usually using the up (^ )or down( v ) buttons)
Unfortunately this facility is not available on many car radios so if yours does not have it , then perhaps the cheapest option is a replacement radio (off Ebay)
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
turn radio off, and press the "audio" botton until clock is displayed. then click it again shortly till you see "FM 100" on the display, press > (side arrow, now it should switch to "FM 50". long press on the "audio" to save and exit. afterwards it should work fine.
Posted on Feb 22, 2006
Hi Barak, I have not seen an easy adjustment on any car stereo for converting the frequencies. The Crossfire stereo is manufactured by Becker. Try Becker of North America in Upper Saddle River NJ.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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