Q: How do I use the audio control function?

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How do I use the audio control function?

You can make changes to the sound to improve quality based on the type of music you listen to. For instance, you may want a deeper bass sound for some songs.

  1. Press the button Setup.

  2. Turn the right knob to choose Sound.

  3. Press this knob.

  4. Turn the same knob to choose which mode you want to change. It will say. BAS, TRE, FAD, BAL or ASL.

  5. Press the knob once again.

  6. Turn the knob again to change the level.

Tip

You can move the bass and treble either higher or lower and shift the sound to the front or back speakers or the left or right speakers. This setting also adjusts the sound level according to the speed of the vehicle if you choose ASL.

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