Q: How do I enable speed compensated volume?

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How do I enable speed compensated volume?

As you increase your speed, it can get noisy. To compensate for the noise, the Speed Compensated Volume will increase the volume of the radio as you speed up, when enabled. To enable Speed Compensated Volume.

  1. Press the Sound button to scroll through the sound options until you get to "Speed Compensated Volume."

  2. Use the Seek left and right arrow buttons to choose the level of the setting.

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