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I've only had it on for two days and I really do like the quality of the sound. Not being familiar with all of the stations, I find that I really do flip around a lot. My wife says that I have Attention Deficit Disorder, I think I just like a variety!

So, What are your favorite stations? I like a lot of the current music like Adele, but keep going back to the 60's and groups like the Who, James Taylor and Simon and Garfunkel..
 

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Here you go. I am all over the place on this one

7- 70's on 7
10- the Pulse
13- The Blend
21- Underground Garage
24- Radio Margaritaville
25- Classic Rewind
26- Classic Vinyl
31- Coffee House
32- The Bridge
56- Willies Roadhouse
58- Prime Country
60- Outlaw Country
66- Water colors (jazz)
70- BB King's Bluesville
97-Blue Collar Radio
 

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I use it at work and spend a lot of time on The Loft. Vin Scelsa's Idiot's Delight is usually a pleasure, Wednesdays and Thursdays. He's does old school Free Form radio. Usually puts together a good set of a wide variety of music from really old to new.

Dale
 

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Thanks - Now I have a target...

K1600 riders

Is there a way to get from one station to another without scrolling through all in between?
 

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DanDiver said:
Thanks - Now I have a target...

K1600 riders

Is there a way to get from one station to another without scrolling through all in between?
Dano R T F M :histerica
Starting on Page 30 of the Audio Manual

Saving channel
Select the category and channel.
Press the MEM button.
Memory appears on the display.

Move multi-controller in direction
left or right to select the
memory slot of your choice.
The current assignment of this
memory slot flashes on the
display.

Press the MEM button again
to save the channel to the selected
memory slot.
The channel previously saved
there is deleted.

Calling up channel
saved in memory

If the audio system is in the
Category playback mode
(CAT showing on the display):
press the MODE button

The choice of playback mode
appears on the display.
Category: Selection of a
channel from the list of categories
Preset: Selection from the
personal list of presets
Select Preset.

The list of memory slots appears
on the display.
The solid circle indicates the
current selection.
Select the memory slot you
want.
The channel information you selected
appears in the text field.
 

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if you like variety.

Spectrum
Pulse
Blend
Bluesville
channels 2 & 3 are top 40
Soul town (r&B)
Coffehouse

even the bluegrass isnt bad for a short while

And the best thing is, its all the same no matter where you are.
 

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I have Satellite radio in my truck and have been giving some thought to adding it to the bike.

I like:

The Blend
The Bridge
70's
80's
Classic Vinal
Classic Rewind


The Blend by far gets the most play!
 

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Thanks for the nice list. Now I have something to work from. Too bad you can "Scramble" them like on Pandora!

2 - Top 40
3 – Top 40
5 – 50’s
7- 70's
8 - 80’s
10- the Pulse
13- The Blend
21- Underground Garage
24- Radio Margaretville
25- Classic Rewind
26- Classic Vinyl
27 – Deep Tracks
31- Coffee House
32- The Bridge
33 First Wave
56- Willies Roadhouse
58- Prime Country
59 - the highway
60- Outlaw Country
66- Water colors (jazz)
70- BB King's Bluesville
75 - classical Pops
79 - Radio Classics
97 - Blue Collar Radio
115 - CNN
159 CBC

The Loft. Vin Scelsa's Idiot's Delight is usually a pleasure, Wednesdays and Thursdays. He's does old school Free Form radio. Usually puts together a good set of a wide variety of music from really old to new.

Spectrum
Soul town (R&B)
 
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