I have a pioneer receiver that's a bit long in the tooth and recently it has started losing the presets everytime I turn it off. In the manual it says that the presets will reset after the unit is unplugged for a month or more. Overnight should not have the same effect. So, I face two options now: leave the receiver on all the time or get digital radio. Are there any others?
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Pioneer Electronics lists two CD Receivers that start DEH-P7000 among their previous models. The manuals for the model with Blue-Tooth support is available on that product page. See the link marked Manuals & Brochures on the left side of the page.
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HAS TO BE A CONSTANT POWER WIRE THAT CONTROLS CLOCK AND SETTINGS SHOULD BE A 16-14 GUAGE WIRE THE SAY 12+ AND HAS TO BE HOOKED INTO A CURCUIT HAS IS POWERED ALL THE TIME (NOT ONLY WHEN IGNITION IS TURNED ON)
I get the same problem with my Nakamichi, but it never bothered me much, since i can't notice any quality drop, besides, its only radio. I remember it happens only on certain stations though, which leads me to believe it might have to do with the broadcast itself which oscillates and varies in amplification from station to station, and is affected by weather and geography.
If it really botheres you, try getting extra juice amp for your tuner from some specialy electronic store.