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if there is a mode button , press that and there is fm 1 whch is what you have , press again and you get fm 2 press again and you get fm 3
each fm number is a band width so select the band width that has most pf your stations and then auto select on it
if you have the owners hand book , the procedures are in ti for setting the radio
This is valid for the Satellit 750 by Eton (current owner of Grundig) When you use it the first time you go through a system code setting to fix the memory page configuration, the AM gap between stations, the type of batteries and FM frequency range. If it is used in North Ameraica, you are told not to go through procedure but do it any way. SYSTEM Code setting Turn Radio off and press a quick short press on the ENTER Button. -- appears on the upper right corner of the display 1. The first code could be 00, 20,25 or 50, meaning the memory is divided into 10, 20, 25, or 50 pages. 2. The second code fixes the AM frequency gap between stations. Enter 09 for 9kHz or 10 for 10 kHz (in North America) The 3rd code selects the type of batteries used 29 for D size batteries (1.5V each) or 28 for rechargeable batteries (1.2 V each)
The 4th code concerns the FM frequency range: 76 for a range 76-108 MHz (for Japan) or 87 for a range 87-108 MHz
Read your manual to see how the procedure is performed, or try this one valid for the Satellit 750. It might work. Go through all the procedure and press ENTER to confirm system code.
Yes, You will need to purchase a device called an FM transmitter, it plugs into the headphone jack and transmits the sound to your FM radio. The transmitter will have station settings, you just find a radio frequency that does not have a station in your area, set the transmitter to that and tune your radio to the same frequency. You can get the transmitters from Walmart electronics dept, Target, Sears, Amazon.com, Radio Shack and most other electronics retailers. The transmitters run about $12-20 and can be battery powered or plug into your car power outlet. Go to google.com and do a search for "MP3 FM transmitter" and you will see what they look like.
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The audio plug overrides the FM frequency setting. That way if you use a tape adapter to run the music through it will use that source instead.
A lot of FM channels are getting crowded into a lot of markets out there. The best way to fix the problem is to use a direct FM module. This way your Sirius will override the FM channel whether it is used or not.
The DEH-P7900BT is almost identical to the DEH-P85BT sold in Europe.
is a US model and will tune most AM/FM stations in the UK/Europe. The
FM broadcast band is 87.8 to 108.0 MHz. so it will not pick up any FM
stations outside this range. Also, the tuning is in odd increments
(such as 96.1, 96.3, 96.5, etc.) so some stations with even frequencies
will be slightly distorted, depending on the power of the signal the
I found this bit of info for you but ill keep looking and let you know what i find out. Also have you tried it in europe to see if it does work or not let me know ok