Subaru Legacy: Scan tuning (SCAN) - Tuning - FM/AM radio operation - Audio - Subaru Legacy Owners ManualSubaru Legacy: Scan tuning (SCAN)

If you press the “SCAN” button, the radio will switch to the scan mode. In this

If you press the “SCAN” button, the radio will switch to the scan mode. In this mode, the radio scans through the radio band until a station is found. The radio will stop at the station for 5 seconds while displaying the frequency, after which scanning will continue until the entire band has been scanned.

Press the “SCAN” button again to cancel the SCAN mode. If you press the “SCAN” button while the radio is stopped at a station, the radio stays stopped at that station. If you press the button while the radio is scanning, the radio stops at the next receivable station.

Automatic tuning may not function properly if the station reception is weakened by distance from the station or proximity to tall buildings and hills.

    Seek tuning (SEEK)
    If you press the “” or “” side of the “SEEK” button briefly, the radio will automatically search for a receivable station and stop at the first one it finds. This function may not be ...

    PTY (Program type) group tuning (only FM reception)
    Press the “PTY/CAT” button to change to the PTY selection mode. At this time, the PTY group that you are currently listening to will be displayed for 10 seconds. In PTY selection mode, “PT ...

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