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Settings in car radio

I believe there are several settings that can be achieved on this in-car radio that can be carried out without the unit being switched on. Can you please let me know what these are?

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Allan Smith

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  • AllanJ Jun 14, 2008

    Maybe the make/model of the car radio wasn't shown in my question. I have a Pioneer DEH p6300r and I believe there are some options that can be set by pressing a combination of buttons. An example of these options is changing the appearance of the 'entertainment'. I.e these options can be set without pressing the Source button first to switch on the radio.



    Hope this makes it clearer.



    Thanks



    Allan

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