Selecting a station (in wavebands AM/ FM1/FM2)

Selecting a station (in wavebands AM/ FM1/FM2)  - General functions - Radio - Infotainment - Volvo S60 Owners Manual - Volvo S60

Automatic tuning

1. Press RADIO. Continue pressing this button to toggle to the desired waveband (AM, FM1, etc.).

2. Release the button and wait several seconds or press OK/MENU.

3. Press the left or right arrow keys on the center console control panel to search for the next available station.

List of stations (in wavebands FM1/FM2 only)

The radio automatically compiles a list of the strongest FM stations whose signals are currently being received. This enables you to find stations when driving in areas where radio stations and their frequencies are unfamiliar.

To access this list:

1. Select the desired waveband (FM1 or FM2).

2. Turn TUNE one step in either direction. This displays the list of stations in the area. The currently tuned station will be indicated in the list by magnified text.

3. Turn TUNE again in either direction to select a station on the list.

NOTE NOTE

  • This list will only display the frequencies of the stations currently being received, not a complete list of all radio frequencies on the currently selected waveband.
  • If the signal from the currently tuned station is weak, this may prevent the radio from updating the list of stations. If this occurs, press to switch to manual tuning mode and select a station. If the list of stations while the list of stations is displayed to switch to manual tuning mode and select a station. If the list of stations is no longer displayed, turn TUNE in either direction to display the list again and press .

The list will disappear from the display after several seconds.

If the station list is no longer displayed, turn TUNE in either direction and press center console to switch to manual tuning (or to switch back from manual tuning on the number key pad on the center console to switch to manual tuning (or to switch back from manual tuning to the "list of stations" function).

Manual tuning

By default, the list of stations of the strongest stations in the area will be displayed when you turn TUNE (see the preceding section, "List of stations"). While the list of stations is displayed, press console to switch to manual tuning, which enables you to select a frequency from on the number key pad on the center console to switch to manual tuning, which enables you to select a frequency from the complete list of all radio frequencies available on the currently selected waveband. In other words, in manual tuning mode, turning TUNE one step will change from e.g., 93.3 to 93.5, etc.).

To manually tune a station:

1. Press RADIO. Continue pressing this button to toggle to the desired waveband (AM, FM1, etc.) and wait for several seconds or press OK/MENU to confirm.

2. Turn TUNE to select a frequency

NOTE NOTE

The radio is initially set to automatically search for stations in the area in which you are driving (see the preceding section, "List of stations").

However, if you have switched to manual tuning (by pressing console while the list of stations is displayed), the radio will remain in manual on the number key pad on the center console while the list of stations is displayed), the radio will remain in manual tuning mode the next time it is switched on. To switch back to "list of stations" mode, turn TUNE one step (to display the full list of stations) and press Please note that if you press  when.

Please note that if you press the list of stations is not displayed, this will activate the INFO function (see when the list of stations is not displayed, this will activate the INFO function (see page 210 for more information about this function).

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