Question about Kenwood KRC-S205 Cassette Player
I own the above mentioned car radio and the tunning jumps by odd numbers of 0.2 increments; as an example from 100.5 Fm to 100.7 (up) or to 100.3 (down) and so on.
Hence it's impossible to listen to many radio stations in my country.
I was told that this is the American pattern and the radio should be configured to the European system but I don't know what key combination does the trick.
The radio is assembled in my year 2000 Mazda (626).
Awaits your assistance.
Depending upon the intended market, your Mazda may have been equipped with a radio for the other standard. Some radios have a switch for selection of the local channel spacing.
Posted on May 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NO FM STATION
HELLO...YESD YOU DID GET IT FROM AN IMPORTED VEHICLE. BECAUSE MINE IS THE SAME AS YOURS...THE FM BAND IN JAPAN IS RANGING FROM 76.0 TO 90.0FM.... UNFORTUNATLEY THERE ISNOT MUCH YOU CAN DO, OTHER THAN TO PURCHASE ANOTHER HEADUNIT..
Posted on Sep 04, 2007
In generic terms, you need to change the zone or area to Europe (probably from US).
Typically this is done via the menu function and looking for something like ZONE or AREA and then changing the setting to indicate EUROPE.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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