We propose and experimentally demonstrate a novel configuration for an acoustooptic tunable bandpass filter based on intermodal coupling in a two-mode fiber. The double-pass scheme provides zero frequency-shift, bandwidth narrowing, and enhanced extinction ratio. A 3-dB bandwidth of 2.0 nm, insertion loss of 5.6 dB% and sidelobe suppression ratio of 14 dB were achieved. The wavelength tuning range was greater than 90 unit for the transmission dynamic range larger than 20 dB. Multiwavelength operation of a single device is achieved by simply applying multifrequency electrical signal. Unwanted intensity modulation of the multiwavelength filter is also investigated.