I purchased the unit from a private party and the original owners manual was not available. Having the ability to download it was extremely helpful and clarified operating the equipment immensely. This is a complicated unit and without the manual I would not have been able to maximize it's potential. Thank you.
Being a user of older radios of many kinds, preferring them over more modern rigs, this manual was invaluable in the programming of my two. I now know for certain what the assorted buttons functions are, and am very grateful to have found this excellent site. Many thanks for your assistance, Tony.
5 star quality on these downloadable manuals. Easy to read and all the information is there. A must when doing a custom install or needing to service your precious old school electronics.
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3. Use [ ] and [ ] to
select âSaveâ, and then press [SET].
â¢ This displays the names of the files in built-in memory or on the loaded memory card.
4. Use [ ] and [ ] to select the file you want to
copy to the FAVORITE folder.
5. Use [ ] and [ ] to select âSaveâ, and then
â¢ This copies the displayed file to the FAVORITE folder.
NOTE â¢ Copying an image file with the above procedure creates a 320 Ã 240-pixel QVGA-size image in the FAVORITE folder. â¢ A file copied into the FAVORITE folder is automatically assigned a file name that is a serial number. Though the serial number starts from 0001 and can go as high as 9999, the actual upper end of the range depends on built-in memory capacity. Remember that the maximum number of images that can be stored in built-in memory depends on the size of each image and other factors. IMPORTANT! â¢ Note that an image that has been copied to the FAVORITE folder and then resized cannot be returned to its original size. â¢ Files in the FAVORITE folder cannot be copied to a memory card.
6. After copying all of the files you want, use [ ]
and [ ] to select âCancelâ, and then press [SET] to exit.