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LC72323-XXXX View Datasheet(PDF) - SANYO -> Panasonic

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LC72323-XXXX Provisional development specification SANYO
SANYO -> Panasonic SANYO
LC72323-XXXX Datasheet PDF : 27 Pages
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LC72323-XXXX
9. Stereo
Pressing this key inverts the STEREO pin if the system is in radio mode (including VF mode) and in the FM band.
The STEREO pin is high in the initial state.
10. Mute
Pressing this key sets the AMUTE pin low and the LC75371M volume setting is set to –.
Furthermore, the current volume setting is displayed flashing.
This mode can be cleared by pressing this key once again, or by pressing any other key.
11. PS/AMEM
The system starts a preset scan operation if this key is pressed and held down for less than 2 seconds, and starts an
auto store memory operation if held down for over 2 seconds.
• PS operation
When this key is pressed, the channel number advances sequentially starting with the next channel number after the
currently displayed channel number. If no channel number is displayed, the channel number is started at 1. If there
is a station present at this time, AMUTE (which is high) is cleared for a 5 second interval. The reception state is set
to the DX state regardless of the LOC/DX setting and the channel number blinks at a1 Hz rate during PS operation.
This operation is cleared by pressing the PS/AMEM key twice or by pressing one of the following keys: MAN
UP/T UP, DISP, SEEKUP, SEEK DOWN, SCANUP, M1 to M6, VF, BAND, or CD.
FM mode
FM1 (FM2) (FM3)
• Auto memory operation (AMEM key)
The system enters auto memory operation when this key is pressed and held down for over 2 seconds. For the FM
band, the system starts a search from the low edge of the band, and stores the stations found starting in M1 in order
of station strength. The search stops after one pass over the band and if all the memory locations were not filled, the
remaining memory locations are left unchanged. The station in M1 is recalled when the auto memory operation
terminates.
For the AM band, first the LOCAL pin is set high and a search is started from the low edge of the band. Stations are
stored in order found starting in M1, without regard for the strength of the stations. If one pass over the band is
made and not all the memory locations are filled, the local pin is set low and the search is repeated. At the point that
stations are stored through M6 or two passes over the band complete, the auto memory operation terminates and the
station in M1 is recalled.
— For the FM band:
[When FM1, FM2 and FM3 are selected]
: When started from the FM1 band, from FM1’s M1 to FM1’s M6 ................. Six stations
: When started from the FM2 band, from FM2’s M1 to FM2’s M6 ................. Six stations
: When started from the FM3 band, from FM3’s M1 to FM3’s M6 ................. Six stations
[When FM1 and FM2 are selected]
: When started from the FM1 band, from FM1’s M1 to FM1’s M6 ................. Six stations
: When started from the FM2 band, from FM2’s M1 to FM2’s M6 ................. Six stations
[When only FM1 is selected]
: When started from the FM1 band, from FM1’s M1 to FM1’s M6 ................. Six stations
For all bands, the channel number will flash at a 1 Hz rate during the auto memory operation.
This operation is cleared by pressing the PS/AMEM key twice or by pressing one of the following keys: MAN
UP/T UP, DISP, SEEKUP, SEEK DOWN, SCANUP, M1 to M6, VF, BAND, or CD.
No. 4934-14/27
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