Other sound setting controls (type A audio)

Each brief press of the MENU button changes the control modes in the following


Each brief press of the MENU button changes the control modes in the following sequence.

Choose the desired settings for each mode by turning the TUNE/TRACK/CH dial.


Choose the desired settings for each mode by turning the TUNE/TRACK/CH dial.

The control function returns to the tune/ track/channel control mode after approximately 5 seconds.

SVC setting

SVC (Speed Volume Control) is a function that automatically adjusts the volume according to the vehicle speed. As the vehicle speed increases, the audio volume automatically increases to match the vehicle speed, in order to create a pleasant listening environment even as the driving noise increases. The amount of this automatic volume change can be set in the range from OFF to 2. The initial setting is OFF.

SRS CS AutoTM setting (type A audio)

SRS CS AutoTM can be set in the range from OFF to 2. When this setting is ON (1 or 2), NOTE is displayed on the screen.


NOTE

SRS CS AutoTM creates a 5.1ch equivalent surround field using 4 speakers that are installed in the vehicle. SRS CS AutoTM features:

1) Sound originating from door mount speakers can be heard at ear level (built in SRS FOCUSTM effect).

2) Ultra rich bass sound can be obtained from standard door mount speakers (built in SRS TruBass effect).

3) Surround sound can be obtained from 2-channel stereo sources such as CD, MP3 and FM (built in SRS Circle Surround IITM effect).

4) SRS CS AutoTM can position the center channel image in the center of the vehicles windshield. This eliminates the need for a center speaker (built in SRS Circle Surround IITM phantom center and SRS FOCUSTM effects).

CS Auto, SRS and symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. CS Auto technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, inc.

Position setting

Position setting is used to adjust the sound to the best condition for the selected seating position.

ALL: The sound is adjusted to the best for all seating positions.

FR: The sound is adjusted to the best for the front passenger.

FL: The sound is adjusted to the best for the driver.

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