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Q: How do I adjust the Treble, Midrange, and Bass features?

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How do I adjust the Treble, Midrange, and Bass features?

A: You can adjust the Treble, Midrange, and Ba...

You can adjust the Treble, Midrange, and Bass features in your infotainment system to create your ideal audio settings. Adjusting these features is easy: 1. Press the TONE button. 2. Use the MENU/SEL knob to select Treble, Midrange, or Bass. 3. Use the MENU/SEL knob to select the value. 4. Press the BACK button. 5. Repeat steps 2-4 until you have fully adjusted the system.

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