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MEMORIZING STATIONS (PRESET MEMORY)
A selected station is memorized in one of buttons . Memorizing a Station .............  2 Choose one of buttons , and hold it down until you hear a beep (about 2 seconds). The preset number â will light, and the station will be memorized in the chosen button.
AUTOMATIC TUNING ......... 
The radio automatically tunes in to a station with a strong signal above a certain level. Press (â) or (5) button .
AUTO SELECT ........... 
MANUAL TUNING ....... 
This is useful for tuning in to a station with a very weak signal that cannot be picked up with automatic tuning. 1.Continue pressing button  for 2 or more seconds. (Until you hear a beep.) 2.Select a station by pressing the (â) or (5) side of button . If you do not press a button for more than 10 seconds, you will hear a beep and automatically be returned to AUTOMATIC TUNING mode.
Broadcasts of high output stations can be memorized in button  of UT (FMT) band according to the following procedure. 1. Press button  to switch over band to U1, U2 or UT. 2. Press button  to start automatic memorization of high output stations. Through automatic memorization operation,âA.SELâ * is displayed. (âAâSELâ flashes (.)
â¢ The radio cannot be heard while the button is being held down.
Recalling a Station (Direct Recall) ..........................  When the button  is pressed again after a station has been memorized, the radio will be tuned to the station stored in that button. Theâ on theof the pressed button lights in number display. Recalling a Station (Sequential Recall) ..................  Each time you press button , stations stored in the buttons  are recalled in order.
â¢ There is no audio output in automatic memorizing operation. â¢ When automatic memorization is started with U1/U2 band, the same is performed for UT band that is automatically switched on to follow U1 and U2 bands. â¢ Automatic memorization cannot be activated for MW and LW bands.
3. With completion of general automatic memorization, âA.SELâ * goes out and the radio receives broadcast of the highest output station.
â¢ When returning to automatic tuning, continue pressing button  for 2 seconds or more once again. (Until you hear a beep.)
Stereo Indicator When the radio is tuned to an FM stereo station, âSTâ & will be displayed.
â¢ The proper Honda CD changer (sold separately) is required to play CDs.
   
LISTENING TO A CD ..................... 
When button  is pressed, CD playback starts and the disc number âº, track number ï¬ and âCDâ â¹ appear on the display. Playback is stopped by pressing button .
TRACK SELECTION (TRACK NUMBER SEARCH) .................. 
Press the (â) or (5) side of button  for a moment (less than 0.5 seconds), and press the button repeatedly until you reach the track you want to play. Each time you press button , tracks change in order.
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â¢ If there is no magazine in the CD changer, âEJECTâ will appear on the display.
FAST FORWARD AND REVERSE ...................... 
SELECTING A DISC ............ 
Press the button in  with the same number as the number of the disc you want to play.
Press the (â) or (5) side of button  until you hear a beep (0.5 seconds or more).
â¢ Keep both hands on the handlebars while riding.
â¢ There is a delay of several seconds before the music starts after pressing the button, due to the disc changeover operation.
â¢ Playback can be heard during fastforwarding or reversing. â¢ Fast-forwarding or reversing is performed only as long as the button is pressed.