Range Rover Evoque: Dab radio controls

Dab radio controls
Dab radio controls

See 104, TOUCH SCREEN OVERVIEW.

1. DAB Radio: Band selection. Touch to view and select a DAB band (DAB 1, 2 or 3). The radio will tune to the last used channel on that band. Touch again to close.

The DAB band selection box will close automatically after 5 seconds without use.

2. Display showing the current channel, the associated Ensemble and relevant DAB radio text.

3. Seek down: - Short touch to seek previous available channel.

- Long touch to seek previous available Ensemble. The first channel in the new Ensemble will be selected.

4. Channel information: Touch to view DAB text and channel information.

5. Seek up: - Short touch to find the next available channel.

- Long touch to find the next available Ensemble. The first channel in the new Ensemble will be selected.

6. Settings: Select to view the DAB Settings menu: - Options: To activate/deactivate FM Traffic and Link DAB and to alter DAB country and DAB format settings (with vehicle stationary).

- Announcements: Select an alarm announcement and up to 3 other announcement types (traffic, news etc.) from the list. The selected announcements will interrupt the current programme when broadcast.

7. Channel list: Touch to view a list of available Ensembles and channels. The list can be sorted by Ensemble, Channel, Subchannel or by Category.

- If an Ensemble is selected from the list, all available channels from that ensemble will be displayed.

- Sorting by Subchannel is only available when the current channel is broadcasting subchannels.

- If Category is selected, touch the chosen category to view corresponding channels, before making your selection from the list.

Once the desired selection has been made, select the Back soft key to return to the main DAB menu.

8. Subchannel: If subchannels are broadcast by the current channel, this soft key will be active. Select to allow subchannels then select the required subchannel with the seek down (3) or seek up (5) soft keys.

9. Auto-tune: Select to scan for all available DAB Ensembles/channels. This needs to be done before using the DAB radio for the first time.

Auto-tune is also useful when travelling long distances, so regional Ensembles can be tuned.

During Auto-tune, a pop-up shows tuning progress.

The Auto-tune process will not affect current presets, but some presets may not operate if the channel they relate to is no longer available (No reception displays).

10. Station presets: Each DAB band has 6 preset positions.

- Touch and release to tune the radio to the station stored on that preset.

- Touch and hold to store the current station on that preset (the radio will mute while the station is stored).

- Use the seek buttons on the steering wheel to select the next or previous preset station.

Note: If you attempt to select a preset channel that is now unavailable or invalid, No reception is displayed.

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