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R770 RADIO & SOUND CONTROLS

Rover R770 Radio

  • 1. On/off and volume control Press to switch on (display will show 'ROVER', followed briefly by 'CODE'). Press again to switch off. Rotate steadily to right or left to adjust the volume.
  • 2. Traffic and news information press briefly to receive (or switch off) traffic information broadcasts - FM waveband only (see 'Traffic information'). Press and hold for 2 seconds to receive (or switch off) news bulletins - FM waveband only (see 'News information'). Press briefly to return to normal radio, tape or CD reception during a traffic or news announcement. NOTE: Both traffic and news information can be operational at the same time.
  • 3. Automatic tuning buttons. Briefly press either button to search up or down the frequency range.
  • 4. Manual tuning buttons Press and hold either button to scan up or down the frequency range (see 'Radio tuning').
  • 5. FM waveband selector. Press briefly once or twice to select FM frequencies. There are two FM bands (FM1 and FM2). Both have the same tuning range, and each can be used to store six frequencies on the pre-set buttons. Press and hold to activate auto-store (on FM2 only - see 'Auto-store').
  • 6. AM waveband selector. Press briefly once, twice or three times to select one of the AM bands (MW1, MW2 and LW). Each can be used to store six stations on the pre-set buttons. Press and hold to activate auto-store (on MW2 only - see 'Auto-store').
  • 7. Mode selector. Press briefly to select radio, tape or CD play. Press and hold for 2 seconds to mute the audio output (a two-tone bleep sounds and the display shows 'MUTE'). All sound is muted except for traffic information and news broadcasts (see 'Traffic and news information'). Press any control to cancel mute. NOTE: If you have a car telephone with a mute signal output connected to the radio, the radio will automatically mute when the telephone is in use.
  • 8. Radio pre-set buttons (1-6) Use to store up to 6 radio stations on each waveband. Press and hold (until radio bleep's) to store a frequency on a pre-set (see 'Pre-set buttons'). Press briefly to select a frequency that has already been stored.
  • 9. Audio selection button. Press one or more times to select bass, treble, fader, or balance (display confirms selection).
    Bass: Press once then rotate the volume control to left or right to increase or reduce bass response. Display shows:
    'BASS - 9' = minimum bass
    'BASS 0' = normal bass
    'BASS + 9' = maximum bass
    Treble: Press twice then rotate volume control to left or right to increase or reduce treble response. Display shows:
    'TREB - 9' = minimum treble
    'TREB 0' = normal treble
    'TREB + 9' = maximum treble
    Fader: Press three times then rotate volume control to left or right to adjust balance between front and rear speakers. Display shows:
    'FAD 0 - 9' = max sound from FRONT
    'FAD 9 - 9' = equal balance
    'FAD 9 - 0' = max sound from REAR
    Balance: Press four times then rotate volume control to left or right to adjust balance between left and right speakers. Display shows:
    'BAL 0 - 9' = max sound from RIGHT
    'BAL 9 - 9' = equal balance
    'BAL 9 - 0' = max sound from LEFT
    Press the button again to return to volume control. NOTE: After 5 seconds without further adjustment, audio mode is deselected and reverts to volume control.


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