Equipment information:

Grundig YB500 Radio
Manufacturer:
Grundig
Model: YB500
Date:
Category: Audio, Video, TV, Multimedia
Group: Radio
Description: YB500 AM/FM/SW Radio
Information:
                                    

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Grundig -- YB500 -- User Manual
File name: Grundig-6790-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 29
Size: 3.73 Mbytes (3911172 Bytes)
Language: english
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Downloads: 108 since 25 May 2015
Information:
Yacht Boy 500 - LC DATA MONITOR
(Display).............................................................................................................
3
Your Uni t at a Glance
.........................................................................................................................................................
4
Aerials..................................................................................................................................................................................................
6
Power Supply
.............................................................................................................................................................................
7
AC (Mains) Operation
..........................................................................................................................................................
7
Battery
Operation..................................................................................................................................................................
7
Battery Check
.........................................................................................................................................................................
7
Data
Protection.......................................................................................................................................................................
8
Reset
Button............................................................................................................................................................................
8
User Guide Via the
Menu............................................................................................................................................................
9
General Operation
........................................................................................................................................................................
10
Key-protect............................................................................................................................................................................
10
LOCKED...................................................................................................................................................................................
10
Direct Entries
........................................................................................................................................................................
10
Hints and Error Messages
................................................................................................................................................
11
Display
Illumination............................................................................................................................................................
12
The
Volume............................................................................................................................................................................
12
The
Tone.................................................................................................................................................................................
12
Waveband
Selection...........................................................................................................................................................
12
ROM Table of the Yacht Boy
500.......................................................................................................................................
13
Selecting Frequencies
........................................................................................................................................................
13
Calling Up ROM Table Memory Locations
.............................................................................................................................
14
Step by Step into the World of Shortwave Reception
.............................................................................................................
15
Tuning to Stations with the TUNE A/V
buttons..................................................................................................................
16
Tuning to
Stations........................................................................................................................................................................
17
Entering a Meter Band
................................................................................................................................................................
18
Storing in Memory General
........................................................................................................................................................
19
What can You
Store?..........................................................................................................................................................
19
Is the Frequency Tuned to Already Stored in
Memory?........................................................................................
19
Checking the Desired Station Memory
Position........................................................................................................
20
Programming a Station Memory
Location...................................................................................................................
20
Entering Abbreviations
......................................................................................................................................................
21
Calling Up Stored
Stations...............................................................................................................................................
21
The MEMORY Button
..........................................................................................................................................................
22
Clearing an Occupied Memory
Position.......................................................................................................................
22
Going to Sleep to Radio
.............................................................................................................................................................
23
The
Clock..........................................................................................................................................................................................
24
Setting the Clock
.................................................................................................................................................................
24
Setting the Clock
.................................................................................................................................................................
24
Clock Time Indication TIME
I/II.....................................................................................................................................
24
Automatic Functions Timer
½....................................................................................................................................................
25
Programming Switching Times Switching Times
1/2..............................................................................................
25
Checking the Switching Times 1
/2..............................................................................................................................
26
Automatic Switching On and Off
...................................................................................................................................
26
Automatic
Functions...................................................................................................................................................................
27
Special Functions on FM
..........................................................................................................................................................
28
Special Functions on AM
.........................................................................................................................................................
29
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