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Re: can't change fm intervals...
Im not sure if this feature is available as i looked in the owners manual and thats also available here for free if you want it. I would sugest you look at the JVC website as I said I didnt see it in the manual.. Good Luck http://www.jvc.com
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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
What is there to fix? You have now access to a larger interval of tunable frequencies. There are two or three selectable FM ranges. In Japan you can tune between 76 MHz and 108 Mhz. In North America the range is between 87 Mhz and 108 Mhz. There is 3rd one called School Band but I do not recall the limiting values.
Hello, you mean before 87.9 MHz or outter than 107.9 MHz, well depends what kind of receiver you have, if you have a Digital FM, forget it, because the frecuency control is made by PLL, in the analog Radios (w/needle) it's possible, varying the internal coil of reception
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The Realistic PRO-2052 is an old (vintage) scanner receiver with fixed
AM and FM modes on the bands it cover, as specified by the U.S. band
allocation. The PRO-2020 covers only the VHF and UHF frequencies and
modes AM and FM is not user selectable. Frequencies can be programmed
into any of the 20 memory channels
U.S. Coverage: (varies from state to state and other countries. We
don't use 30-50 Mhz here in the Philippines for 2 way mobile
communications, except for cordless phones)
30-50 Mhz Lower VHF at FM narrowband only (covers mobile, emergencies, businesses, etc. and
108-136 Mhz Aircraft band at AM narrowband only
138-174 Mhz Amateur and Commercial band at FM narrowband only (2 meter band)
410-512 MHz Amateur and Commercial band at FM narrowband only (70 cm band)
If you're trying to select AM or FM for a specified frequency, I'm afraid you can't do that as it is not selectable.
If you are trying to program AM Broadcast frequencies (mediumwave (MW)
or FM Broadcast frequencies (FM radio stations), those were not covered
by your PRO-2020's microprocessor. Even if you modify your scanner to
receive those bands, you will not hear radio transmission properly
since the receiver do not decode FM wideband, which is the standard
mode for FM broadcast and Television band.
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I have a car stereo purchased from the US and I can’t pick up all radio stations in Europe/UK, what can I do?
If you have purchased a car stereo from the US you will find that it
will not pick up many European radio stations. This is due to the fact
that US radio frequency steps are different to here in Europe.
You may be able to set the tuner to European stations by following this procedure.
Press and hold down the SRC button to power down the unit completely.
While the unit is off press button 1 & 5 together, while momentarily pressing the SRC button.
If this does not work try the following proceedure;
Press and hold buttons 1 and 5 together, while momentarily pressing the reset button.
If this does not work then the unit is not designed to pick up European frequency steps.
Here is a link to the manual:
There does not appear to be a way to set tuning to european standards. Is there a particular reason you want to be able to tune those frequencies?