Bill, the X3 isn't really a scanner, but a communications receiver. Doesn't have banks in the typical sense of a scanner.
Yes, I am well aware that the DJ-X3 is a communications receiver. I referred to it as a “scanner/receiver”. As a new person, with 3 posts, might cal it. I’d simply call it a receiver.
The DJ-X3 is not new and does not have dynamic memory. It has banks similar to scanners of not too long ago…
The bottom of page 22 in the manual reads.
Types of Memory
Memory channel ···A channel which is called up in Memory mode. The DJ-X3 has 700 Memory bank channels. (70 channels 10 banks) You can easily call up a frequently used frequency.
Program scan channel···A channel which is used for Program scan. You can program 20 pairs of frequency ranges. (upper and lower limits)
Priority channel ···A channel which is used for Priority monitoring functions. You can program up to 8 channels.
Search-pass memory channel ········If you program a frequency you do not want to use, it will be skipped when executing VFO scan and Program scan. You can program up to 100 "Skip" channels.