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|umneydurak||9:51am on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010|
|I read some of the other reviews on the Sony XDR-M1 DAB radio, and they, for the most part, say the same thing. Like other reviewers on this page I have been buying Sony for 30 years but I am afraid to say that this is probably the worst item...|
|Gaviero||1:14pm on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010|
|if you live/work in an area that c... I had one of these nice looking Sony XDR-M1portable DAB radios for two months.|
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Digital Radio Receiver Guide
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There are now more than 130 digital radio receivers available worldwide. Sales figures in the UK have reached 1.27 million digital radios and digital is currently outselling analogue by 2 : 1. Heres a rundown of popular digital radio receivers:
Acoustic Solutions SP111 DAB/FM tuner Band III Acoustic Solutions Portal 3 DAB tuner pause & rewind mains & battery Bush CR2003 DAB alarm clock radio Band III
Bush DAB 2025 DAB/FM separates hi-fi system Band III Bush LSD34DAB DAB/FM micro system with CD player Band III Bush Fusion004 DAB/FM/MW portable with CD and cassette Band III
Arcam DiVA DT91 DAB separates tuner Band III Arcam DMJ DT26 DAB separates tuner Band III Arcam Solo DAB separates tuner Band III & L
Denon DF101S DAB/FM/MW micro system with CD player - Band III
Cambridge Audio 640T DAB separates tuner Band III & L Cambridge Audio DAB300 Cambridge Audio DAB500 DAB separates tuner Band III
Goodmans GSR75WDAB DAB/FM portable radio Band III Goodmans Micro 1104DAB DAB micro hi-fi with CD player and alarm functions Band III Hitachi CX500 DAB/FM/AM portable with CD player and cassette. Band III. Mains and battery operation Hitachi CX83 DAB/FM portable with CD player Band III. Mains and battery operation
Genus PR1 Genus PR1i DAB/FM portable with CD player Pause / rewind / record facility Band III PR1i mp3 capability
JVC UX-HB4 DAB/FM/AM micro hi-fi with CD and cassette Band III
Panasonic SCEN9 DAB/FM lifestyle system with CD player Band III
Perstel DR-601 DAB/FM portable Band III Mains and battery operation Alarm clock functions
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Philips CDR CAZ6000 DAB/FM/AM portable with CD player and cassette Band III
Samsung MMZJ9 DAB/FM micro hi-fi system with CD player and cassette
Pure Digital Legato DAB/FM bookshelf system with CD player and record/rewind - Band III Pure Sonus 1XT DAB portable speaking radio with alarm and sleep functions Band III Roberts Gemini 1 DAB/FM portable with pause/rewind/record Band III Roberts Gemini 6R DAB/FM tabletop radio with pause/rewind/record Band III mains and battery operation Sony XDRS1 DAB/FM/MW/LW radio with remote control
Pure Elan DAB/FM portable Band III mains and battery operation Pure The Bug DAB tabletop radio with pause/rewind/record Band III
Roberts Revival Gemini 10 DAB/FM retro-look portable Band III. Mains and battery operation
Sony ST-SB900 DAB/FM/AM separates tuner
Blaupunkt Woodstock DAB54 DAB/FM/MW/LW in-car tuner with record function and CD
JVC KD-LHX601 DAB/FM/AM in-car tuner With record function and CD
Revo DAB tuner connects to your existing in-car hi-fi Philips DA1000 DAB/FM handheld radio mains and battery operation
Sony XDRM1 DAB/FM handheld walkman
Perstel DR-301 DAB handheld radio & music player with record and MP2/MP3 playback Band III & L For a complete list of DAB receivers visit the WorldDAB website at:
Pure PocketDAB 1000 DAB handheld radio
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus.
Using House Current (See fig. C)
Connect the Sony AC power adaptor (supplied) to the DC IN 4.5 V jack firmly, and plug it into a wall outlet. Notes on the AC power adaptor When operating the unit with the internal batteries, remove the AC power adaptor from the wall outlet and the DC IN 4.5 V jack. Make sure that the plug of the external power source is disconnected before operating the unit. Use the supplied Sony AC power adaptor only. The polarity of the plugs of other manufacturers may be different. Failure to use the supplied AC power adaptor may cause the unit to malfunction.
Improving the Reception
(See fig. D)
DAB BAND-III/FM: The headphones cord serves as the antenna, so extend it as long as possible.
About the SC (Secondary Component)
If the selected primary component has a secondary component, SC blinks on the display.
DAB ENSEMBLE ONE NOR ALPHA1 RADIO SC Pop Music European equities we
To adjust the LCD contrast
You can adjust the display between 15 different contrast levels.
Tips Each time you press INFO, the character window changes as follows:
01. 87.50MHz A B C D E F G H I Jr K L M N O P Q R S Tr U V W X Y Z BS END r
DAB/FM DIGITAL RADIO
1 Press MENU. 2 Press v (up) or V (down) to select
CONTRAST. Press ENTER/SC.
CONTRAST and x appear in the display. To increase contrast, move x to the right.
[[CONTRAST] L H
DAB (Band III)/ FM bands digital radio. Full dot large LCD screen allows easy access, easy navigation. Favourite Folder (40 presets). Stereo headphones with remote control supplied.
Operating the Radio
The unit can receive DAB services and FM stations, both of which feature FAVOURITE and MANUAL modes - DAB services also features a NORMAL mode. FAVOURITE: To select your favourite stored services/stations. (See Presetting your favourite services or stations.) MANUAL: To adjust the frequency incrementally. NORMAL: To select any of the stored services.
Press ENTER/SC to receive the desired secondary component. SC appears while the secondary component is received. Pressing v (up) or V (down) or ENTER/SC does the following:
v (up) or V (down)
01. 87.50MHz a b c d e f g h i jr k l m n o p q r s tr u v w x y z BS END r
3 Press v (up) or V (down) to adjust contrast,
and press ENTER/SC.
01. 87.50MHz 8 9r ! # $ % & ( ) *.r ; < = > ? @ BS END r
Ensemble Service 1 Component Service 2 Component Service 3 Component
Secondary Component ENTER/SC
To illuminate the LCD
The backlight will turn off automatically if no operation is performed for 5 seconds.
01. 87.50MHz _ + - , / :
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Setting the clock Choosing Power Source
Installing Batteries (See fig. A) 1 Open the battery compartment at the rear of
--:-- appears in the display when the batteries are installed or the AC power adaptor is plugged, and then POWER (or MENU) is pressed in for the first time after purchase or after resetting.
BS END r
1 Press MENU to show the menu display. 2 Press v (up) or V (down) to select
TIME SET and press ENTER/SC.
The hour indication is highlighted.
[[TIME SET] PM 12:00
Manual tuning 1 Press POWER to turn on the radio.
When the unit is turned on again, the last band you listened to is received.
2 Press DAB/FM repeatedly to select the
Each press changes the band as follows:
Service 4 Component
Secondary Component A Secondary Component B
Presetting your favourite services or stations
You can preset 20 services in DAB and 20 stations in FM.
When you select BS, the digit preceding the cursor is deleted.
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the unit. Install two LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries (not supplied), observing polarity, and then close the lid.
(JEITA*) DAB 9 FM 40
Tuning in to a preset service or station 1 Press MENU while power is on. 2 Press v (up) or V (down) to select MODE
and press ENTER/SC. Then select FAVOURITE and press ENTER/SC. Or, press FAVOURITE in step 1 or 2.
Each press, changes the mode as follows:
MANUAL or NORMAL* * NORMAL is DAB only. FAVOURITE
PO WE R
AM MB AUTO OFF PM
Battery Life (Approx. hours) When using Sony alkaline LR6 (size AA)
3 Press v (up) or V (down) to set the hour,
and then press ENTER/SC.
The minute indication is highlighted.
* Measured by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association) standards. The actual battery life may vary depending on the circumstance of the unit. Headphone jack
4 Press v (up) or V (down) to set the minute,
then press ENTER/SC.
The clock starts operating, and : starts blinking. Tips To set the current time rapidly, hold down v (up) or V (down). To set the current time exactly to the seconds, adjust the minute function in step 4 and then press ENTER/SC to synchronize it with a time signal (such as the telephone time signal). The clock system varies depending on the model purchased. For example, in the 24-hour system, 0:00 is indicated as midnight, and 12:00 is indicated as noon. Notes If you do not operate within 65 seconds while setting the clock, the clock setting mode will be cancelled. To cancel the clock setting mode halfway, press MENU.
Manual mode: 1 Press MENU to show the menu display. 2 Press v (up) or V (down) to select MODE, then press ENTER/SC. 3 Press v (up) or V (down) to select MANUAL, then press ENTER/SC.
[[MODE] FAVOURITE MANUAL
Note When the selected secondary component is finished, the unit returns automatically to the primary component.
Presetting services or stations 1 Follow steps 1 to 3 in Operating the 4
radio and manually tune in to the broadcast you wish to preset. Press MENU. Press v (up) or V (down) to select FAVOURITE and press ENTER/SC. Press v (up) or V (down) to select SAVE, then press ENTER/SC.
The service or station is stored. (DAB services are stored with a service label.) The display will change from MAN or NOR to FAV. Tip After step 1, you can skip step 2 and 3, and proceed to step 4 with holding down ENTER/SC for more than 2 seconds. Note If you select SAVE in step 4 with 20 stations and 20 services already stored, <FAVOURITE FULL> will appear in the display; delete any unnecessary ones before saving.
[[[FAVOURITE SAVE] 1.NORMAL <FAVOURITE FULL>
Other useful functions
To obtain Powerful Bass Sound 1 Press MENU while the power is on. 2 Press v (up) or V (down) to select
MEGA BASS and press ENTER/SC.
ON or OFF is highlighted. The factory setting is ON.
Knowing when to replace the batteries
When the batteries become weak, the sound becomes weak and distorted. When the batteries are completely exhausted, E appears on the display and the power is turned off. When E appears, replace both batteries with new ones. After the batteries are replaced, press POWER to turn the indication off. Notes on replacing the batteries Do not take more than about 10 minutes to replace the batteries, otherwise the clock, any lists of receivable broadcasts for DAB scan, preset favourite stations and all settings will be initialized. Should that happen, set the functions again. If the batteries are replaced while the power is on, the unit may revert to the factory setting. Notes on batteries Do not attempt to recharge dry batteries. Do not carry batteries with coins or other metallic objects. It can generate heat if the positive and negative terminals of the batteries are accidentally contacted by a metallic object. If you are not going to use the unit for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid damage from battery leakage and corrosion. Do not use different types of batteries at the same time. When you replace the batteries, replace all with new ones.
MAN appears in the display. Normal mode: 1 Do steps 1 and 2, as you would for manual mode. 2 Press v (up) or V (down) to select NORMAL, then press ENTER/SC.
[[MODE] NORMAL FAVOURITE MANUAL
FM SENS DX/LOCAL DC IN 4.5 V
Notes If you do not operate within 65 seconds during any operation, the current mode will be cancelled. To cancel halfway, press MENU. If you change the favourite mode without presetting, <NO FAVOURITE> appears and returns to the previous receiving mode. If you edit favourite name in FM, the edited name appears in the first line.
BETA Radio 1 98.90MHz
FM SENS DX
B/ DA M F
3 Press v (up) or V (down) to select ON,
then press ENTER/SC. MB appears in the display.
To cancel the MEGA BASS function, select OFF in step 3. MB disappears.
DC IN 4.5V
/ TER EN C S
The VOL + button has a tactile dot.
FA VO UR ITE
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NOR appears in the display.
3 Press v (up) or V (down) to tune to the
desired service or station.
Two short beeps sound when the lowest ensemble of DAB or the minimum frequency of FM is received during tuning.
To improve programme reception
Set FM SENS to LOCAL if interference is prevalent when radio signal strength is too high. Under normal conditions, set to DX.
Initial setting for the DAB
When the DAB band is selected for the first time, the unit will automatically scan and create a list of receivable broadcasts. If you wish to scan for the DAB broadcasts again, or when the unit reset, do the following:
4 Adjust the volume using VOL +/.
Tip You can adjust the volume in 32 steps. The volume increases as the slider is moved towards the right.
Auto Power Off Function
You can use the Auto Power Off function so that the radio turns off automatically after a set time. The factory setting is OFF.
LR6 (size AA) 2
Deleting from the Favourite Folder 1 Tune in to the band you wish to delete. 2 Press MENU. 3 Press v (up) or V (down) to select
FAVOURITE and press ENTER/SC.
1 Extend the headphone cord with the remote 4 5
control as long as possible. Press POWER to turn on the radio. Press DAB/FM to select the DAB band. Press MENU. Press v (up) or V (down) to select SCAN and press ENTER/SC.
No sound will be heard, and <SCANNING> appears in the display. DAB scan takes about 30 ~ 90 seconds. When finished, the unit receives the first service of the lowest ensemble stored by the DAB scan.
AUTO OFF and press ENTER/SC.
The current setting time is highlighted.
4 Press v (up) or V (down) to select
DELETE, then press ENTER/SC.
The stored favourite list appears in the display.
5 Press v (up) or V (down) to select the
desired service or station, then press ENTER/SC.
When the favourite is deleted, the preceding favourite is received. Note When a secondary service is stored in the Favourite folder, it is displayed with * on the leftmost digit on the favourite list.
Insert the E side of the battery first.
If the battery compartment lid comes off (See fig. B)
The battery compartment lid is designed to come off when opened with excessive force. To put it back on, see the illustration.
Notes in FM usage When you press v (up) or V (down), the frequency changes one step at a time. The channel step is set to 0.05 MHz on FM. Notes in DAB usage Before receiving DAB broadcasts, one or more ensembles should be stored in the list by the DAB scan. (See Initial setting for the DAB.) <WAITING> appears in the display when the unit is tuned in to an ensemble. <NO SERVICE> appears when the selected service is not being broadcast. <NO ENSEMBLE> appears when the ensemble for the selected service cannot be received.
ENSEMBLE SERVICE LABEL <NO ENSEMBLE>
3 Press v (up) or V (down) to select the
desired time, then press ENTER/SC. AUTO OFF appears in the display.
Each time you press v (up) or V (down), the time changes as follows:
OFF 90 120
To wall outlet
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1 Insert the right hinge of the lid into the right hole of the unit. 2 Insert the left hinge in the left hole of the unit.
To cancel the Auto Power Off function, select OFF in step 3. AUTO OFF disappears from the display.
When you slide HOLD of the unit in the direction of the arrow, - appears in the display. All buttons on the unit will become inoperative. This function prevents the radio from being unintentionally turned on, or the radio frequency from being accidentally changed.
Editing an FM station name 1 Tune in to the FM band. 2 Press MENU. 3 Press v (up) or V (down) to select
to DC IN 4.5V
/ TER EN SC
AC power adaptor (supplied)
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Notes If you do not operate within 65 seconds, the menu mode will be cancelled. If no broadcasts are found by the DAB scan, < NO ENSEMBLE > appears in the display.
4 Press v (up) or V (down) to select EDIT,
station you wish to edit, and then press ENTER/SC.
The character window appears.
If a selected service finishes broadcasting, sound stops and <NO SERVICE> appears. In this case, press v (up) or V (down) to select another service.
Using the Remote control (see fig. E)
You can operate to the below using the remote control. To Turn the unit on or off Change service or stations Select the band Adjust the volume Set the HOLD function Press or slide POWER v (up) or V (down) DAB/FM VOL + or HOLD*
6 Press v (up) or V (down) to select the
desire character, then press ENTER/SC.
Repeat the above. Max. digits are 16.
B/ DA FM
TER/ EN SC
DA B FM /
Remote control with headphones
To cancel the DAB scan halfway, press MENU. Any services received before you cancel are added to the list of receivable services. If the batteries replaced for a while, the receiving history list are deleted. In this case, scan again.
* Sliding HOLD on the remote control sets the hold function of the remote control only.
Scan tuning (FM only)
The unit will automatically scan FM.
PTY (Programme Type)
This function indicates services in programme type, such as NEWS, SPORTS of the PTY list, transmitted in the DAB. If the received service or station does not transmit the programme type, NO PTY Data appears. Programme type Undefined News Current Affairs Information Sport Education Drama Culture Science Varied Pop Music Rock Music Easy Listening Music Light Classical Serious Classical Other Music Weather Finance Childrens programmes Social Affairs Religion Phone In Travel Leisure Jazz Music Country Music National Music Oldies Music Folk Music Documentary Display None News Current Affairs Information Sport Education Drama Cultures Science Varied Speech Pop Music Rock Music Easy Listening Light Classics M Serious Classics Other Music Weather & Metr Finance Childrens Progs Social Affairs Religion Phone In Travel & Touring Leisure & Hobby Jazz Music Country Music National Music Oldies Music Folk Music Documentary
Text memo function
You can store a maximum of 10 patterns for DAB dynamic labels. DAB dynamic label data can be shown up to 128 characters.
Operate the unit only on the power sources specified in Specifications. For battery operation, use two LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries. For AC operation, use only the supplied AC power adaptor. Do not use any other type of AC power adaptor. The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off. Disconnect the AC power adaptor from the wall outlet when the unit is not to be used for a long period of time. Use the unit within a temperature range of 0C to 40C (32F to 104F). If it is used in temperatures higher than this range, numbers may appear in the display which have nothing to do with the frequency being received. If it is used in temperatures lower than this range, the numbers displayed may change very slowly. (These irregularities will disappear and there will be no damage to the unit when the unit is used in the recommended temperature range.) The nameplate indicating operating voltage, etc. is located on the rear exterior. Avoid exposure to temperature extremes, direct sunlight, moisture, sand, dust or mechanical shock. Never leave in a car parked in the sun. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the unit, disconnect the AC power adaptor and remove the batteries, and have the unit checked by a qualified personnel before operating it any further. In vehicles or buildings, radio reception may be difficult or noisy. Try listening near a window. This product is not designed to be splash-resistant, so you should take care to use the unit when raining, snowing or in a water-splash place. To clean the casing, use a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution. Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Applicable accessories: Remote control, Stereo headphones
Time display UK Other countries/regions Frequency range Band Frequency Channel step DAB (Band-III) 174.928 - 239.200 MHz FM 87.5 - 108 MHz 0.05 MHz (MHz) 208.064 209.936 211.648 213.360 215.072 216.928 218.640 220.352 222.064 223.936 225.648 227.360 229.072 230.784 232.496 234.208 235.776 237.488 239.200 12-hour system 24-hour system
1 Tune in to the FM band. 2 Hold down v (up) or V (down) more than 2
The unit tunes in to a receivable station automatically.
To store the text 1 Tune in to indicate the dynamic label when 4
receiving a DAB. Press MENU. Press v (up) or V (down) to select TEXT MEMO, then press ENTER/SC. Press v (up) or V (down) to select SAVE, then press ENTER/SC.
The text list appears in the display.
3 If necessary, press v (up) or V (down) to 4
tune in to the station more precisely. Adjust the volume using VOL +/.
DAB (BAND-III) frequency table No. Channel Frequency 19 5A 5B 5C 5D 6A 6B 6C 6D 7A 7B 7C 7D 8A 8B 8C 8D 9A 9B 9C 174.928 176.640 178.352 180.064 181.936 183.648 185.360 187.072 188.928 190.640 192.352 194.064 195.936 197.648 199.360 201.072 202.928 204.640 206.9D 10A 10B 10C 10D 11A 11B 11C 11D 12A 12B 12C 12D 13A 13B 13C 13D 13E 13F
Changing the display (DAB only)
To change the display mode, press INFO during DAB reception. The selected display mode remains even if you turn off and on the unit or switch the band. The ensemble label (a maximum of 16 characters available) appears in the 1st indication area. The service label (a maximum of 16 characters available) appears in the 2nd, 3rd is PTY and 4th is dynamic label. Each time you press INFO, the display changes as follows:
Dynamic label 1-line
DAB ENSEMBLE ONE ALPHA1 RADIO Pop Music European equities we MAN
5 Press v (up) or V (down) to select the text
list you wish to store, then press ENTER/SC.
[[[SAVE] 1.European equities 2.Bush recants in so 3.The temperature V
No. Channel Frequency
Stored dynamic labels are shown by their first few words. If you select an already-stored number, the new text will replace it.
Dynamic label 4-line
European equities we re little changed on Tuesday as slightly firmer U.S. futu V
To recall stored text 1 Tune in to a DAB service. 2 Press MENU. 3 Press v (up) or V (down) to select 4
TEXT MEMO, then press ENTER/SC. Press v (up) or V (down) to select RECALL, then press ENTER/SC.
[[[RECALL] 1.European equities 2.Bush recants in so 3.The temperature V
DAB ENSEMBLE ONE MAN ALPHA1 RADIO Pop Music SIGNAL LEVEL:100
DAB ENSEMBLE ONE MAN ALPHA1 RADIO Pop Music 5A:174.928MHz
DAB ENSEMBLE ONE ALPHA1 RADIO Pop Music BIT RATE:132kbps
DAB ENSEMBLE ONE ALPHA1 RADIO Pop Music COMPONENT LABEL
list you wish to show, then press ENTER/SC.
The dynamic label appears on the 4th line of the display.
If you press v (up) or V (down) to change the service, the display does not change. Only if you select a dynamic label 4-line, the display mode returns to dynamic label 1-line Notes If there is no service label, no message will be displayed. If there is no dynamic label, <NO DLS> will appear. Other messages will appear in the following situations: <NO LABEL> appears if there is no ensemble label. BIT RATE: --- appears if there is no bit rate information. SIGNAL LEVEL: --- appears if there is no signal level information.
6 Press v (up) or V (down) to scroll the text.
To cancel, press MENU.
To delete stored text 1 Tune in to a DAB service. 2 Press MENU. 3 Press v (up) or V (down) to select
TEXT MEMO, then press ENTER/SC.
Power output: 2.5 mW + 2.5 mW (at 10 % harmonic distortion) Output: i (headphone) jack ( 3.5 mm, stereo mini jack) Power requirements: 3 V DC, two LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries External power source: DC IN 4.5 V Dimensions: Approx. 21.5 mm (w/h/d) (Approx. 78 inches) incl. projecting parts and controls Mass: Approx. 119 g (4.2 oz ) incl. batteries / excl. accessories Supplied accessories: AC power adaptor (1), Remote control (1), Stereo headphones (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Notes on Headphones
Road safety Do not use headphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to play your headphones at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations. Preventing hearing damage Avoid using headphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous, loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. Caring for others Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sounds and to be considerate to people around you.
[[[DELETE] 1.European equities 2.Bush recants in so 3.The temperature V
list you wish to delete, and then press ENTER/SC.
Stored texts below the deleted one will move up in the list.
To reset the unit
Press this button with a pointed object when the radio fails to function properly. The clock settings, and the services and stations you have preset, etc., will revert to the factory preset.
If there is lightning when you are using the unit, take off the headphones immediately. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
RESET button Should any problem persist after you have made the following checks, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Display is dim, or no indication is displayed. The unit is being used in extremely high or low temperatures or in a place with excessive moisture. Very weak or interrupted sound, or unsatisfactory reception. In a building, listen near a window. A station or service cannot be received when a FAVOURITE button is pressed. The station or service has not been preset. Another station or service is preset. Preset the station or service again. The preset services and stations may be initialized, if a maintenance service is performed. Please keep a copy of your settings in case you want to preset them again.
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