Honda CR-V: Remote Audio Controls

If equipped

If equipped

Three controls for the audio system are mounted in the steering wheel hub. These let you control basic functions without removing your hand from the wheel.

The VOL button adjusts the volume up ( ). Press the top ) or down ( ). Press the top ). Press the top or bottom of the button and hold it until the desired volume is reached, then release it.

The MODE button changes the mode.

On models with Navigation System

Pressing the MODE button repeatedly cycles through all possible media sources whether they are present or not.

On models without Navigation System

Pressing the MODE button repeatedly cycles through all present, connected media sources. Media sources that are not present or connected will not appear when cycling with the MODE button.

If you are listening to the radio, use the CH button to change stations.

Each time you press the top ( + ) of the button, the system goes to the next preset station on the band you are listening to. Press the bottom ( - ) to go back to the previous station. If you press and hold the CH button ( + ) or ( - ), the system goes into the seek mode. It finds a station with a strong signal.

If you are playing a disc, the system skips to the beginning of the next track (file in MP3 or WMA format) each time you press the top ( + ) of the CH button. Press the bottom ( - ) to return to the beginning of the current track/file. Press it twice to return to the previous track/file.

You will see the track/file number and the elapsed time. If the disc has text data or is compressed inMP3 or WMA, you can also see any other information (track title, file name, folder name, etc.).

In MP3 or WMA mode, you can use the seek function to select folders.

Press and hold the top ( + ) of the CH button until you hear a beep to skip forward to the first file of the next folder. Press the bottom ( - ) to skip backward to the previous folder.

On Navigation model

If you are playing a PC card, press the top ( + ) of the CH button to advance to the next file. Press the bottom ( - ) to go back to the previous file.

If you are playing a USB flash memory device or iPod with the USB adapter cable, press and release the top ( + ) of the CH button to skip forward to the beginning of the next file. Press the bottom ( - ) to skip backward to the beginning to the current file. Press it twice to return to the previous file.

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