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Question about car radio

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Jeff, Nov 5, 2003.

  1. Jeff

    Jeff Guest

    Hi,
    I got a car radio Kenwood "KRC-757". On the front panel there is a
    button labeled "direct". When I press it, the LCD screen displays
    "1888", then it returns to the normal frequency display of radio
    station. I don't understant the function of "direct". Is it the
    auxiliary input, or anything else?

    There is a pre-output level select switch under the chassis. One is
    300mV, the high level is 1V. I connect it to my amp and find the
    output level could change when I adjust the volume. I wonder if the
    previous owner modified the radio.


    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. A.J.

    A.J. Guest

    Possible Answer:

    Here's some info from Kenwood's site about the general functionality
    of the Direct button. I have a home tuner that has a direct button on
    the remote which serves the same purpose. Does your radio have a
    remote, or should it? That's my best guess.

    "Direct Access Tuning: When in the Tuner mode, you can directly access
    a station on the presently tuned band by pressing the Direct button on
    the remote control and entering the frequency on the remote's number
    pad."
     
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