Basic Operations

Basic Operations
Basic Operations

(1) Power on/off knob, Volume control knob (2) Tone/balance/fader control knob (3) Preset button 5
(4) Preset button 6

Turning power on/off

Press the power on/off knob (1).

The unit starts in the function mode it was in when the power was turned off last.

Adjusting the volume

Turn the volume control knob (1).

Turning it clockwise increases the volume; turning it counterclockwise decreases the volume.

NOTE:
While driving, adjust the volume to an extent that sound and/or noise coming from outside the car can be heard.

Adjusting bass/treble/balance/fader

1) Press the tone/balance/fader control knob (2).

Each time it is pressed, sound adjustment is changed as follows:

2) Turn the tone/balance/fader control


2) Turn the tone/balance/fader control knob (2) to adjust the sound.

Adjusting the AVC (Auto volume control)

The Automatic Volume Control (AVC) function automatically adjusts (increases/ decreases) the sound volume in accordance with vehicle speed. The AVC control is provided with three selectable levels (LEVEL OFF, 1, 2, 3). The range of volume adjustment increases together with the LEVEL number,
1) Press the tone/balance/fader control knob (2) until the AVC adjustment mode is selected.

2) Turn the tone/balance/fader control knob (2) to select the desired AVC adjustment level. (Initial setting: LEVEL 2)

Adjusting the contrast of the display

1) Press the tone/balance/fader/control knob (2) and preset button 5 (3), preset button 6 (4) simultaneously.

2) To adjust the contrast of the display, turn the power on/off knob (1).

Cancel the dimmer condition

Each time you press the power on/off knob (1) for two seconds with the lighting switch on, the background brightness of the audio display will switch between normal and dimmed.

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