Adjusting the Sound

BASS, TREBLE, FADER, and BALANCE are each adjustable. You can also adjust the strength of the sound coming from the subwoofer speaker. In addition, you can set the speed-sensitive volume compensation (SVC).

These adjustments can be made by the SOUND button or the interface dial.

To adjust them, press the AUDIO


To adjust them, press the AUDIO button, push the interface selector down, and turn the interface knob to SOUND. Then press ENTER on the selector.

Select the mode youwant to adjust by turning the interface dial.

You can also adjust the sound by


You can also adjust the sound by pushing the SOUND button repeatedly. Each mode is shown in the center display as it changes.

Turn the power/volume knob to adjust the setting to your liking.

When the level reaches the center, you will see ‘‘C’’ in the display.

The system will return to the audio playing mode in the center display about 10 seconds after you stop adjusting a mode.

BASS/TREBLE -

To adjust bass and treble, select BASS or TREBLE, and press ENTER on the interface selector. The current setting is shown on the display. Turn the interface knob to the desired level, and enter your selection by pressing ENTER on the interface selector.

FADER/BALANCE -

These modes adjust the strength of the sound coming from each speaker.

Fader adjusts the front-to-back strength, while balance adjusts the side-to-side strength. To adjust fader and balance, select FADER or BALANCE, then press ENTER on the interface selector. The current setting is shown on the screen. Turn the interface knob to the desired level, and enter your selection by pressing ENTER on the interface selector. To equalize the fader or balance, turn the interface knob until the marks on the sound grid come to the center of the adjustment bar.

SUBWOOFER -

To adjust the strength of the sound from the subwoofer speaker, select it and press ENTER on the interface selector. Turn the interface knob to the desired level, and enter your selection by pressing ENTER on the interface selector.

If the fader adjustment is set to F9 (maximum front level), the subwoofer is turned off.

Speed-sensitive Volume Compensation (SVC)

The SVC mode controls the volume based on vehicle speed. The faster you go, the louder the audio volume becomes. As you slow down, the audio volume decreases.

The SVC has four modes: SVC OFF, SVC LOW, SVC MID, and SVC HIGH. The default setting is MID.

To change the SVC mode, select SVC, then press ENTER on the interface selector. The current setting is shown on the screen. Turn the interface knob to the desired level, and enter your selection by pressing ENTER on the interface selector. If you feel the sound is too loud, choose low. If you feel the sound is too quiet, choose high.

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