Honda CR-V: To Play the AM/FMRadio

The ignition switch must be in the ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position.

Turn the system on by pushing the power/volume knob or the AM/FM button. Adjust the volume by turning the power/volume knob.

Pushing the AUDIO button will also turn on the system.

You can also operate the audio system without using the control icons on the audio screen. Use the control buttons on the left side of the screen. The status bar appears on the bottom of the screen each time you operate any of the control buttons. On the navigation screen, you can also see audio information by touching the AUDIO INFO icon on the lower half of the screen.

The band and frequency that the radio was last tuned to are displayed.

To change bands, press the AM/FM button, or touch the desired band icon (FM1, FM2, AM, XM1, or XM2).

On the FM band, STEREO will be displayed if the station is broadcasting in stereo. Stereo reproduction on AM is not available.

For information on XM Radio.

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