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1.5.1. Use of the receiver

Receiver

1. Handle of adjustment of a sound
2. The button for setup of the receiver and the choice of the TI mode (reception of road information)
3. NF button of automatic search of the RDS system in all range of network broadcasting
4. Display
5. Button of the choice of adjustment of a timbre or balance
6. Button of adjustment of a timbre or balance
7. Buttons of the choice of the station
8. The party of the button for control with increase in frequency
9. The button for control for the station
10. The party of the button for control with reduction in the frequency
11. Button of turning on of the receiver and choice of AM or VHF

Cassette player

1. Handle of adjustment of a sound
2. The button for a stop and removal of the cartridge
3. The button of the choice of the party of the cartridge for reproduction
4. Display
5. Button of the choice of adjustment of a timbre or balance
6. Button of adjustment of a timbre or balance
7. Dalby noise suppressor button
8. The party of the button for rewind forward
9. The button for rewind of the cartridge in both directions
10. The party of the button for rewind back
11. Button of inclusion of a player

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Turn on the receiver, having pressed the L.M.U button., choose the stereo mode - or monophonic reception, or press the TI button for reception of the station of broadcasting of road information (see subsection 1.5.4). On the display L, M or U symbols will appear. The receiver can also be turned on pressing the PWR.VOL handle.
2. Adjust loudness, turning the PWR.VOL handle.
3. Be adjusted on the necessary station (see subsection 1.5.2, subsection 1.5.3).
4. At control for the VHF station the receiver will automatically switch in the stereoreception mode. On the display ST symbol will appear. If the signal weak, then occurs automatic narrowing of a strip of reception for the purpose of decrease in noise. If the signal very weak, then occurs automatic switching of the receiver to the monophonic mode of reception.
5. Adjust a timbre and balance (see subsection 1.5.5, subsection 1.5.6).
6. To switch off the receiver, press the PWR.VOL handle.