Out of 5 Ratings

Owner's of the Sony Stereo Receiver ICF-SW7600GR gave it a score of 4.2 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    4.6 out of 5
  • Durability

    4.4 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    4.0 out of 5
  • Performance

    4.4 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    3.8 out of 5
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Using the timer
5 Hold down STANDBY MEMORY or selected in
Step 3 and press
?K or k?
repeatedly to set the
standby time.
The time changes by a minute each time
?K or k?
is pressed.
Hold down the button to rapidly change the digits.
When or is held down, STANDBY or STANDBY will
flash in the display.
6 Release STANDBY MEMORY or .
”STANDBY ” or ”STANDBY ” lights
up and the standby setting is complete.
The clock indication returns to the current
7 Display the time of the area you want the standby
function to take effect (LOCAL time or WORLD time).
When the time is reached and the standby function activates
The radio turns on, SLEEP indicator appears and the preset
station is received. The power will automatically turn off after
about 60 minutes.
To check the standby time
or with the radio turned
off. The preset standby time is displayed while the button is
To change the standby time
Perform Step 4 and after and set the new time.
To cancel the standby function
or with the radio turned off so
or STANDBY is cleared from the display.
At this time, release button or within a second. Otherwise,
the unit goes to Step 5 for setting the standby time again.
To temporarily cancel the standby function, turn off the radio and slide
HOLD in the direction of the arrow so that “-” is displayed. The
timer goes back to effect when “-” is cleared from the display (see
“Preventing operation errors – Hold function”, page 32).
Once the standby presets are set, the radio turns on at the preset time
everyday unless the standby function is canceled by clearing
STANDBY or STANDBY . Even when the standby function is
canceled, the station and time stored in STANDBY MEMORY or
are not erased until new settings are overwritten.
If the standby memory is in standby status, it takes effect even when
you are listening to the radio. The radio switches to the preset standby
frequency at the standby time.
You can set both STANDBY and to the standby status at the
same time. The radio turns on at the first standby time to receive the
first standby frequency, then switches to the second standby frequency
at the second standby time.
If both STANDBY and are set to the same standby time, only
STANDBY will operate.
Waking up to the radio or alarm — Standby function