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Currently Being ModeratedOct 10, 2009 9:35 AM (in response to amirban)From page 65 of the manual:
About Radio Regions
iPod nano can be used in many countries to receive FM radio signals. iPod nano comes
with five preset signal ranges, identified by region: The Americas, Asia, Australia,
Europe, and Japan.
To select a radio region:
m Choose Radio Regions from the Settings menu, and then choose your region.
The Radio Regions menu also appears in the Radio menu.
Region settings are determined by international radio standards, not actual geographic
regions. If you live in a country not listed in the Radio Regions menu, choose a region
that best matches the radio frequency specifications in your country.
The following table specifies the radio frequency range of each region in the Radio
Regions menu, along with the increments between stations (indicated by the ± sign).
Important: iPod nano is intended for the reception of public broadcasts only. Listening
to transmissions that are not intended for the public is illegal in some countries and
violators may be prosecuted. Check and obey the laws and regulations in the areas
where you plan to use iPod nano.
Radio region Radio frequency specifications
Americas 87.5—107.9 MHz / ± 200 kHz
Asia 87.5—108.0 MHz / ± 100 kHz
Australia 87.5—107.9 MHz / ± 200 kHz
Europe 87.5—108.0 MHz / ± 100 kHz
Japan 76.0—90.0 MHz / ± 100 kHzIbook/iMac/QS/eMac/PB iPodPhoto, Nano, Shuffle 1/2/3 iTunes9.0, Mac OS X (10.4.11)
Currently Being ModeratedJan 4, 2010 9:29 AM (in response to kiwi1111)WELCOME ABOARD!
Didn't you read 0Ari0 post? Here is the manual the OP was talking about: http://manuals.info.apple.com/enUS/iPod_nano_5th_genUserGuide.pdf
This Knowledge Base article looks helpful also: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3872iPod Nano w/video cam 5th Generation, Mac OS X (10.6.2)