Adjusting the Speakers (Balance/Fade)

BAL/FADE (Balance/Fade):
To adjust the balance or fade:
1. Press 2. Continue pressing  to highlight the tab, or press the softkey under the tab. until the speaker control tabs display.
2. Continue pressing 3. To adjust the highlighted setting, do one of the following until the levels are obtained: to highlight the tab, or press the softkey under the tab.
3. To adjust the highlighted setting, do one of the following until the levels are obtained:
• Turn • Press  FWD, or clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Press REV. FWD, or REV. REV.

To quickly adjust balance or fade to the middle position, press the softkey under the BAL or FADE tab for more than two seconds. A beep sounds and the level adjusts to the middle position.

To quickly adjust all speaker and tone controls to the middle position, press Radios with CD and DVD fade differently depending on the DVD Media type: for more than two seconds until a beep sounds.

Radios with CD and DVD fade differently depending on the DVD Media type:

• With DVD-A 5.1 Surround media, the left front and right front speakers fade rearward, leaving the center front speakers unaffected until the last fade step, then all front speakers mute.

• With DVD-V 5.1 Surround media, surround sound is maintained until Step 4 of the Fade control is reached while fading rearward. At that point the audio system output changes to Stereo to prevent the loss of Center channel output when the full rearward fade position is reached.

If the Rear Seat Audio (RSA) is turned on, the radio disables FADE and mutes the rear speakers.

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