To change the channel spacing from 0.2 to 0.1; hold the FM button for approximately 2 seconds, then while still holding the FM button, press and hold the #5 button. The screen will flash with either US for 0.2 spacing or 01. for EU (Europe) spacing. Press any other button to exit. (I have done this with mine and it works).
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if the deck doesnt have an auxilliary input or usb input then the only way to get sounds to it and through it is going to be by using an fm modulator that will broadcast your mp3 tunes through an fm signal that you choose and simply tune you radio to the station that you chose to broadcast through.
Its usually really simple , :)
Do you know how to manually skip to each channel as in using the tune up or down function?
If so all you need to do is scroll/tune to the station that you want then in one press, press and hold the corresponding button you want that station to be saved into.
i.e. i scroll to 100.1 fm while listening to the station, And i want to save ti to number position 2 so i jus tpress and hold number 2 untill it saves it on there.
If this doesnt help try posting again or email me and i will try and find a proper manual for your unit.
Is there possibly a letter missing in the description there as in kd-g5785?
posted on Dec 14, 2007
jvc_s5050 Rank: Apprentice Rating: 100%, 2 votes
change the channel spacing from 0.2 to 0.1; hold the FM button for
approximately 2 seconds, then while still holding the FM button, press
and hold the #5 button. The screen will flash with either US for 0.2
spacing or 01. for EU (Europe) spacing. Press any other button to exit.
(I have done this with mine and it works).
Comment posted on Dec 14, 2007Thanks
The 0.2MHz odd steps are standard for US radios.
Try resetting the radio (recessed button under the front panel)
If this a US radio then this may not help.
If you have lost the manual then go here:-
Come back and say if this helped or not, I could dig a bit deeper..
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?