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I stumbled upon this earlier today while I was adjusting the EQ while using the aux input for my MP3 player. When I went to adjust the levels I thought, *what the ...* when I noticed they weren't where I left them after adjusting them for the CD player. So, I quickly went through all other sources to find them still in their default settings - which explained why when changing to and from CD I would have to adjust the volume to compensate for the difference.

So, I thought I would post this - after verifying with the manual - for anyone who has not yet realized this feature.
 

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Thanks for the post! I noticed this once or twice. I thought it sucked that my EQ settings were not saved. I wondered if something was wrong with the radio but have not yet investigated it. Saves me some reading. :beer:
 

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I noticed however, you can't save the "talk" settings by radio station (for sports talk, etc.) It's either on talk or manual for radio, CD and Aux. It will keep them in that particular mode once you set them on the input...however, I still think they should have been able to save the Rock, Talk, etc. settings like in the "old" radios.
 
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