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Clock Setting


Setting the Clock

Setting the clock is a relatively easy process, but many people neglect the clock in their cars or simply forget to change them. Sometimes, people don't know how to set the clock. Setting the clock on a modern radio can sometimes be a confusing task.

RetroSound Clock Setting

Luckily, setting the clock on a RetroSound radio is fairly simple once you know how. If your car has any of the following standard, RetroSound radios, Sandiego, RetroRadio, Wonderbar, Huntingon, Monterey, Redondo RS, Laguna and Apache.

This also applys to older mudels such as Retro Classic, Zuma, Hermosa, Model Two, you can follow the simple steps in this video: use the same process for minutes.

1. Enter the submenu by pressing the right front knob.

2. Once in the submenu, press the right front knob to click through the menu items until you see the time.

3. Now, simply rotate the knob until you see the desired number, then press the right front knob to move on to the next digits.

4. Repeat the same process for minutes.

5. Simply allow the menu to time out, and the clock will be set.

For Newport, use the bottom front knob instead of the right knob.

 


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Thumb-Roller RetroSound Radios - If your radio is one of the following thumb-roller designs, use the following instructions:

Redondo RT (all versions)

1. Press the right outside thumb-roller to access the submenu.

2. Repeatedly press the right outside thumb-roller to click through the options until you see the time.

3. Rotate the right outside thumb-roller up to change the hours.

4. Press the right outside thumb-roller to make your selection and move onto minutes.

5. Repeat the same process for minutes.

 


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