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Preset internet radio stations

Hello,

There are 12 preset possibilities for terrestrial radio ( 6 for FM, 6 for AM). Can one add 6 additional presets for Internet radio stations ?

Thank you

Boded

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Re: Preset internet radio stations

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Hi Boded,

 

It is indeed possible to set 6 Internet Radio presets separately from the AM/FM presets on a Wave SoundTouch system.

 

Similarly to how you control the AM/FM presets, you would first want to activate the SoundTouch source on the Wave SoundTouch, then set the Internet Radio presets by either playing the station, then pressing and holding the number you want to be associated, or to use the SoundTouch application to set those presets. We have an article linked below as well which details how to set SoundTouch presets:

 

Setting and playing a preset using the SoundTouch® app

 

The presets would change depending on which source is currently selected on the system. For example, if you are in the FM source, your FM presets will be available, if you are in the SoundTouch source, the SoundTouch presets such as Interner Radio stations will become available.

 

Let us know if this helps answer your question! Thanks!

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Re: Preset internet radio stations

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Hi Boded,

 

It is indeed possible to set 6 Internet Radio presets separately from the AM/FM presets on a Wave SoundTouch system.

 

Similarly to how you control the AM/FM presets, you would first want to activate the SoundTouch source on the Wave SoundTouch, then set the Internet Radio presets by either playing the station, then pressing and holding the number you want to be associated, or to use the SoundTouch application to set those presets. We have an article linked below as well which details how to set SoundTouch presets:

 

Setting and playing a preset using the SoundTouch® app

 

The presets would change depending on which source is currently selected on the system. For example, if you are in the FM source, your FM presets will be available, if you are in the SoundTouch source, the SoundTouch presets such as Interner Radio stations will become available.

 

Let us know if this helps answer your question! Thanks!

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Re: Preset internet radio stations

Thank you for your answer, I thought so but was not sure. 6 presets would be poor for a product of this price level. 

If you have good connections with your marketing people you might suggest that they elaborate on the "6 preset"  in the product description of your Internet site.

Boded


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Hi Boded,

 

It is indeed possible to set 6 Internet Radio presets separately from the AM/FM presets on a Wave SoundTouch system.

 

Similarly to how you control the AM/FM presets, you would first want to activate the SoundTouch source on the Wave SoundTouch, then set the Internet Radio presets by either playing the station, then pressing and holding the number you want to be associated, or to use the SoundTouch application to set those presets. We have an article linked below as well which details how to set SoundTouch presets:

 

Setting and playing a preset using the SoundTouch® app

 

The presets would change depending on which source is currently selected on the system. For example, if you are in the FM source, your FM presets will be available, if you are in the SoundTouch source, the SoundTouch presets such as Interner Radio stations will become available.

 

Let us know if this helps answer your question! Thanks!


 

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Re: Preset internet radio stations

Hi Boded,

 

We appreciate your feedback and will certainly pass this along! 

 

Best regards,

 

Brian