How to tune DAB radio on your Lexus

With the introduction of DAB radio, listening to your favourite radio station became an even more enjoyable experience, with crystal clear digital sound and simple one-click tuning.

If you’d like to know how to tune DAB radio fitted to your Lexus, then please view the video below or read on for a step-by-step guide.

  1. Begin by ensuring that your Lexus is running or in ‘ACCESSORY’ mode, with the multimedia system switched on.
  2. Access the audio control screen by pressing the ‘RADIO’ button on the centre console or press ‘MENU’ and use the Remote Touch controller to select ‘AUDIO’.
  3. Using the Remote Touch controller, select ‘SOURCE’ > ‘DAB’.
  4. Scroll through the available stations using the arrow buttons on the control panel or on the steering wheel.
  5. To save your favourite station as a preset, select ‘PRESETS’ and long-press the Remote Touch controller on one of the six preset slots. A beep confirms that the preset is saved.
  6. Lexus DAB radios also allow you to rewind, fast-forward or replay digital radio broadcasts – customise this feature to your requirements by selecting the ‘Time Shift’ option on the main ‘DAB’ screen.

To read more Lexus ‘how to’ posts, see the links below:
How to connect Apple iPhone devices to your Lexus NX
How to connect a Bluetooth device to your Lexus NX
How to disable Adaptive Front Lighting on your Lexus RX
How to update maps on your Lexus Navigation system
How to update maps on your Lexus Premium Navigation System


  1. I have a 2014 gs300h with DAB radio. unfortunately it doesn’t pick up any of the BBC National stations. can this be remedied?

  2. Hi,
    I have a 2021 NX Premium Sports Edition with DAB radio. The signal on DAB keeps cutting out for no apparent reason and shows “No Signal”. It happens so frequently that I have to revert to MW. It is extremely annoying and frustrating and I find this to be unacceptable with a premium car. I have had DAB for several years in my previous vehicles and never had this problem driving my regular routes as I do now. How can this be rectified, please?

      1. As you requested, I have contacted the multimedia support team at : two or three times now.
        I have not received any acknowledgement or reply.
        I assume that this is not usual, so would you ask them to reply please.
        Thank you.

        1. Hello Greg,
          Thanks for your reply.
          Please try calling 0345 129 5484 if you wish to chase this up.
          We hope this helps.

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