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      09-21-2012, 10:49 AM   #1
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HD radio fades out

Strange thing started happening yesterday. There are a couple local radio stations that now all of a sudden when the car changes from ST to HD reception, the volume fades to silence. Very strange. It sucks because I can't set the radio to just pick up ST reception; it's like if HD is available it defaults to it. Anyone else?
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I have a couple of hd stations that constantly go in and out . It also replays the words of the songs . Weird. I'm sure the I T guys have an answer.
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Abnormal - have it checked.

By the way, was your previous radio issue sorted out properly ?
See: http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=696502
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I'm pretty sure there is a way to turn of HD reception even if you don't have I-drive. I pulled the following from a different forum:

"there IS a way to turn it off. in the Tuner mode (with your AM or FM channel displayed). look along the line of your presets...at the far right area should be a value called "SET". press the corresponding button and then it will pull up a menu with a checkbox and HD. press the button under the icon to disable/enable the HD"
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I'm pretty sure there is a way to turn of HD reception even if you don't have I-drive. I pulled the following from a different forum:

"there IS a way to turn it off. in the Tuner mode (with your AM or FM channel displayed). look along the line of your presets...at the far right area should be a value called "SET". press the corresponding button and then it will pull up a menu with a checkbox and HD. press the button under the icon to disable/enable the HD"
Give it a try ! Thanks
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Abnormal - have it checked.

By the way, was your previous radio issue sorted out properly ?
See: http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=696502
Thanks for feedback. Someone had a correct answer to that original question awhile back, it was the radio switching from ST to HD signal that caused a bit of lapse and repeat. Weird, everything worked fine at lunch today.
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