Audio Control Switch Operation (Steering Wheel)

When the audio unit is turned on, operation of the audio unit from the steering wheel is possible.

NOTE:
Because the audio unit will be turned off under the following conditions, the switches will be inoperable.

- When the ignition switch is turned to the LOCK position.

- When the power button on the audio unit is pressed and the audio unit is turned off.

- When the CD being played is ejected and the audio unit is turned off.

Without Bluetooth Hands-Free and navigation system

With Bluetooth Hands-Free only/


With Bluetooth Hands-Free only/ Bluetooth Hands-Free and navigation system

Use the talk button, pick-up button, and hang-up button for navigation system sound operation.

For details, refer to the separate manual “NAVIGATION SYSTEM”.

NOTE:


NOTE:
- The talk button, pick-up button, and hangup button are operable with the audio unit turned off.

- Mazda has installed this system to prevent distraction while driving the vehicle and using audio controls on the dashboard.

Always make safe driving your first priority.

Adjusting the Volume

To increase the volume, pull up the


To increase the volume, pull up the volume switch.

To decrease the volume, press down the volume switch.

Changing the Source

Press the mode switch () to


Press the mode switch (change) to
change
the audio source (FM1 radio> FM2 radio> AM radio> CD player or CD changer> SIRIUS1> SIRIUS2> SIRIUS3> AUX> cyclical).

NOTE:
CD, CD changer, and SIRIUS digital satellite radio modes cannot be selected in the following cases:
· CD, CD changer, or SIRIUS digital satellite radio unit is not equipped on the audio system.

· CD has not been inserted.

Connect a portable audio unit or similar product on the market to the auxiliary jack to listen to music or audio over the vehicle's speakers. Change the audio source to AUX mode.

The audio source is changed to the AUX mode only when a commercially available portable audio unit is connected to the auxiliary jack.

Seek Switch

When listening to the radio


When listening to the radio

Pull up or press down the seek switch, the radio switches to the next/previous stored station in the order that it was stored (1―6).

Pull up or press down the seek switch for about 2 seconds until a beep sound is heard to seek all usable stations at a higher or lower frequency whether programmed or not.

When playing a CD

Pull up the seek switch to skip to the next track.

Press down the seek switch to repeat the current track.

Mute Switch

Press the mute switch (once to mute)
once to mute
audio, press it again to resume audio output.

NOTE:
If the ignition switch is turned to the LOCK position with the audio muted, the mute will be canceled.

Therefore, when the engine is restarted, the audio is not muted. To mute the audio again, press the mute switch (

).


AUX Mode (Auxiliary input)


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