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Preset stations How do I pre-set stations?

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  • uncledicker Aug 21, 2008

    Presets are not numbered they are on 2 buttons... Mem up and Mem down.

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This is how to preset stations on a P2257 Koss:
Tune to desired station.
Press and hold in the Memory button for a few seconds, then release (the Memory readout should be flashing on the display).
Press the Memory UP or DOWN button until you have the desired 1 through 10 designation for the station, then release.
Go back to the Memory button, press again and release.

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Try holding in the button for the desired preset whenever you tune to the right station.

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