The following pages describe the function and operation of your SC-900.
1. On/off (press)
The radio features anti-theft circuitry. If the set is removed from the vehicle or if the battery power is disconnected, a special code must be entered to enable operation of the set.
Refer to the radio code card supplied with your vehicle or ask your retailer for the correct code.
When the car is parked with ignition key removed the anti-theft LED will flash.
To enter the code
After installation or when the set has been disconnected from power, the set displays "CODE" when it is switched on.
Enter the 4-digit code using the preset buttons.
If the correct code is entered the set is entered the set is ready to use.
If you enter an incorrect code you must enter the correct code again from the beginning.
If an incorrect code has been entered 'CODE Repeat' is displayed. Enter the correct code. After three unsuccessful coding attempts the set will lock and remain locked for two hours.
'System Off' is displayed.
During this waiting period:
A - On/off switch
Push the button to switch the radio on/off.
B - Volume control
Turn this knob clockwise to increase the volume. The volume control is electronic and has no end stop.
C - Waveband selector
Press the " FM " or " AM " button to select the waveband you require. The name of the station and the waveband will appear in the display.
NOTE: There are three FM wavebands and one AM waveband. This makes it possible to store 3 x 6 FM stations and 6 AM stations. By pressing the FM button repeatedly you can switch between FM 1, FM 2 and FM 3.
D - Manual tuning
Turn this knob clockwise to select higher frequencies and counterclockwise for lower frequencies. Stored frequencies appear in the display.
A - Automatic programming of stations
Please note that this function will not interfere with pre-stored stations on buttons 1-6.
This function automatically seeks and stores up to 10 strong AM or FM stations in a separate.
This is especially useful when travelling in areas where radio stations are unfamiliar.
1. Press and hold the " AUTO " button for at least 1 second. A number of strong stations (max. 10) on the chosen waveband are now automatically stored in the memory. An 'A' now appears to the right in the display. If there are not sufficiently strong signals, 'No Station'is displayed.
2. Press the 'AUTO' button (for less than 1 second) if you want to change to one of the other auto-stored stations. A new auto-stored station will be selected each time the button is pressed.
B - Preset programming
1. Tune to the desired frequency.
2. Press a preset button (the audio will cut out) and keep it pressed until the audio comes on again (approximately two seconds).
3. The frequency is now stored on this present button.
C - Preset buttons
To select a preprogrammed radio program, press the appropriate preset button. The stored program will appear in the display.
A - Bass control
Adjust the bass by sliding the control up or down (up to increase, down to decrease). A "detent" indicates "equalized" bass.
B - Treble control
Adjust the treble by sliding the control up or down (up to increase, down to decrease). A "detent" indicates "equalized" treble.
C - Fader - Balance control front/rear
Adjust front/rear speaker balance by pressing the button to extend the control and then turning it to the left (more sound from the front speakers) to the right (more sound from the rear speakers). A "detent" indicates "equalized" balance. Press the button back in when you have set the level.
D - Balance control right/left
Pull out the "volume" knob and turn clockwise/counterclockwise to adjust the balance between the right/left speakers. The balance is shown in the display.