Q: How do I use the Aux feature?

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How do I use the Aux feature?

The Aux feature allows you to plug different devices into the radio. You can easily switch between what you are listening to and an Aux device. To use the Aux feature.

  1. Plug in the portable device you would like to listen to into the Aux jack and set the device to

1/2 volume.

  1. Press the Aux button to bring up the audio device for playing.
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