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2010 Honda CR-V Owner's Manual ➜ Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system

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Playing an iPod (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
EX-L models  
BUTTON  
USB INDICATOR  
EX models  
BUTTON  
USB INDICATOR  
BUTTON  
CD/AUX BUTTON  
TITLE BUTTON  
BUTTON  
AUX BUTTON  
TITLE BUTTON  
iPod  
INDICATOR  
iPod  
INDICATOR  
RANDOM BUTTON  
SEEK (SKIP ) BUTTON  
REPEAT BUTTON  
RANDOM BUTTON  
REPEAT BUTTON  
SEEK (SKIP ) BUTTON  
SEEK (SKIP ) BUTTON  
SEEK (SKIP ) BUTTON  
VOL/SELECT KNOB  
VOL/SELECT KNOB  
BUTTON  
BUTTON  
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Playing an iPod (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
To Play an iPod  
iPods compatible with your audio  
system using the USB adapter cable  
are:  
NOTE:  
This audio system can play the audio  
files on the iPod with the same  
controls used for the in-dash disc  
changer. To play an iPod, connect it  
to the USB adapter cable in the  
upper glove box by using your dock  
connector, then press the CD/AUX  
or AUX button. The ignition switch  
must be in the ACCESSORY (I) or  
ON (II) position. The iPod will also  
be recharged with the ignition switch  
in these positions.  
Do not connect your iPod using a  
hub.  
Model  
Software  
Do not keep the iPod in the  
vehicle. Direct sunlight and high  
heat will damage it.  
iPod classic  
iPod with video  
(iPod 5th  
Ver. 1.0 or more  
Ver. 1.2 or more  
generation)  
iPod nano  
Do not use an extension cable  
between the USB adapter cable  
equipped with your vehicle and  
your dock connector.  
Ver. 1.2 or more  
iPod nano  
Ver. 1.1.2 or more  
2nd generation  
iPod nano  
Ver. 1.0 or more  
3rd generation  
iPod nano  
We recommend backing up your  
data before playing it.  
Ver. 1.0.2 or more  
The system will only play songs  
stored on the iPod with iTunes.  
4th generation  
iPod touch  
iPod touch  
Ver. 1.1.1 or more  
Ver. 2.1.1 or more  
Some devices cannot be powered  
or charged via the USB adapter. If  
this is the case, use the accessory  
adapter to supply power to your  
device.  
iPod and iTunes are registered  
trademarks owned by Apple Inc.  
2nd generation  
Use only compatible iPods with the  
latest software. iPods that are not  
compatible will not work in this audio  
unit.  
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Playing an iPod (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
Connecting an iPod  
If the iPod indicator does not appear  
in the audio display, check the  
connections, and try to reconnect the  
iPod a few times.  
RELEASE BUTTON  
USB ADAPTER CABLE  
USB ADAPTER  
CABLE  
If the audio system still does not  
recognize the iPod, the iPod may  
need to be reset. Follow the  
instructions that came with your  
iPod, or you can find reset  
instructions online at www.apple.com/  
itunes/  
DOCK CONNECTOR  
1. Open the upper glove box.  
3. Connect your dock connector to  
the iPod correctly and securely.  
2. Push the release button to release  
the USB adapter cable.  
4. Install the dock connector to the  
USB adapter cable securely.  
CONTINUED  
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Playing an iPod (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
Text Data Display Function  
To Change or Select Files  
The display shows up to 16  
Each time you press the TITLE  
button the display mode switches  
between the album name, the song  
name, the artist name, or name off  
(which turns off the text display).  
characters of the selected data. If the Use the SKIP button while an iPod is  
text data has more than 16  
playing to change files.  
characters, you will see the first 15  
characters and the indicator in  
the display. Press and hold the  
TITLE button until the next 16  
characters are shown.  
SKIP Each time you press the  
(SKIP ) button, the system  
skips forward to the beginning of the  
next file. Press the  
(SKIP )  
button, to skip backward to the  
beginning of the current file. Press it  
again to skip to the beginning of the  
previous file.  
To move rapidly within a file, press  
and hold either side (  
of the SKIP button.  
or  
)
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Playing an iPod (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
To Select Repeat or Shuffle Mode:  
You can select any type of repeat and  
shuffle mode by using the RPT  
button or the RDM button.  
You can also select a file from any  
list on the iPod menu: playlists,  
artists, albums and songs, by using  
the VOL/SELECT knob. Push the  
VOL/SELECT knob to switch the  
display to an iPod menu, then turn  
the VOL/SELECT knob to select a  
desired list. Press the VOL/SELECT  
knob to set your selection.  
The display shows items on the  
selected list. Turn the VOL/  
SELECT knob to select an item, then  
press the VOL/SELECT knob to set  
your selection.  
REPEAT This feature  
If you select ‘‘ALL,’’ all available files  
on the selected list are played.  
continuously plays a file. To activate  
the repeat feature, press the RPT  
button. You will see ‘‘RPT’’ in the  
display. To turn it off, press the RPT  
button again.  
Pressing the  
button goes back  
to the previous display and pressing  
the TITLE button cancels this  
setting mode.  
SHUFFLE ALL This feature  
plays all available files in a selected  
list (playlists, artists, albums or  
songs) in random order. To activate  
the shuffle all feature, press the  
RDM button. You will see ‘‘RDM’’ in  
the display. To turn it off, press and  
hold the RDM button.  
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Playing an iPod (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
This feature  
If you reconnect the same iPod, the  
system may begin playing where it  
left off, depending on what mode the  
iPod is in when it is reconnected.  
SHUFFLE ALBUM  
To Stop Playing Your iPod  
plays all available albums in a  
To play the radio when an iPod is  
selected list (playlists, artists, albums playing, press the FM, AM or XM  
or songs) in random order. The files  
in each album are played in the  
recorded order. To activate the  
shuffle album feature, press the  
RDM button repeatedly. You will see  
‘‘F-RDM’’ in the display. To turn it  
off, press and hold the RDM button.  
button. If a disc is in the audio unit,  
press the CD/AUX or CD button to  
play the disc.  
When you disconnect the iPod while  
it is playing, the display shows ‘‘USB  
NO DATA.’’  
Disconnecting an iPod  
You can disconnect the iPod at any  
time when you see the ‘‘OK to  
disconnect’’ messagein the iPod  
display. Always make sure you see  
the ‘‘OK to disconnect’’ message in  
the iPod display before you  
iPod Error Messages  
If you see an error message in the  
Each time you press the RDM  
button, the mode changes from  
shuffle all play to shuffle album play,  
then to normal play.  
display, see page  
.
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disconnect it. Make sure to follow  
the iPod’s instructions on how to  
disconnect the dock connector from  
the USB adapter cable.  
: The displayed message may  
vary on models or versions. On  
some models, there is no  
message to disconnect.  
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iPod Error Messages (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
If you see an error message on the  
Error  
Message  
USB ERROR  
BAD USB  
DEVICE  
PLEASE CHECK  
OWNERS  
Cause  
Solution  
audio display while playing an iPod,  
find the solution in the chart to the  
right. If you cannot clear the error  
message, take your vehicle to your  
dealer.  
USB ROM Error  
There is problem with the USB adapter unit.  
Appears when the overcurrent protection  
feature of the system stops supplying power to  
USB because an incompatible device is  
connected. Disconnect the device. Then, turn  
the audio system off, and turn it on again. Do  
not reconnect the device that caused the error.  
Appears when the iPod is empty. Store some  
files in the iPod.  
Abnormal power source  
MANUAL  
NO SONG  
No files in iPod  
UNSUPPORTED  
Use of unsupported  
device  
Appears when an unsupported device is  
connected. Disconnect the device.  
Appears when an unsupported iPod is  
connected. See page 178 for the specification  
information for iPods. If it appears when a  
supported iPod is connected, update the iPod  
software to the newer version.  
UNSUPPORTED  
VER.  
Use of unsupported iPod  
CONNECT  
RETRY  
Recognition failure of  
iPod  
Appears when the system dose not  
acknowledge the iPod. Reconnect the iPod.  
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Playing a USB Flash Memory Device (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
EX-L models  
BUTTON  
USB INDICATOR  
EX models  
BUTTON  
USB INDICATOR  
BUTTON  
CD/AUX BUTTON  
TITLE BUTTON  
BUTTON  
AUX BUTTON  
TITLE BUTTON  
SCAN  
BUTTON  
SCAN  
BUTTON  
RANDOM BUTTON  
REPEAT BUTTON  
RANDOM BUTTON  
REPEAT BUTTON  
SEEK (SKIP ) BUTTON  
SEEK (SKIP ) BUTTON  
SEEK (SKIP ) BUTTON  
SEEK (SKIP ) BUTTON  
VOL/SELECT KNOB  
VOL/SELECT KNOB  
BUTTON  
BUTTON  
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Playing a USB Flash Memory Device (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
The recommended USB flash  
memory devices are 256 MB or  
higher, and formatted with the FAT  
file system. Some digital audio  
players may be compatible as well.  
Do not keep a USB flash memory  
device in the vehicle. Direct  
sunlight and high heat will damage  
it.  
To Play a USB Flash Memory  
Device  
This audio system can operate the  
audio files on a USB flash memory  
device with the same controls used  
for the in-dash disc changer. To play  
a USB flash memory device, connect  
it to the USB adapter cable in the  
upper glove box, then press the CD/  
AUX or AUX button.  
We recommend backing up your  
data before playing a USB flash  
memory device.  
Some USB flash memory devices  
(such as devices with security lock-  
out features, etc.) will not work in  
this audio unit.  
Depending on the type and  
number of files, it may take some  
time before they begin to play.  
The audio system reads and plays  
the audio files on the USB flash  
memory device in MP3, WMA or  
AACformats. Depending on the  
format, the display shows MP3,  
WMA or AAC when a USB flash  
memory device is playing. The USB  
flash memory device limit is up to  
700 folders or up to 65535 files.  
NOTE:  
Do not use a device such as a card  
reader or hard drive as the device  
or your files may be damaged.  
Depending on the software the  
files were made with, it may not be  
possible to play some files, or  
display some text data.  
Do not connect your USB flash  
memory device using a hub.  
Some devices cannot be powered  
or charged via the USB adapter. If  
this is the case, use the accessory  
adapter to supply power to your  
device.  
Do not use an extension cable to  
the USB adapter cable equipped  
with your vehicle.  
:
Only AAC format files recorded  
with iTunes are playable on this  
audio unit.  
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Playing a USB Flash Memory Device (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
The specifications for compatible  
MP3 files are:  
Sampling frequency:  
32/44.1/48 kHz (MPEG1)  
16/22.05/24 kHz (MPEG2)  
Bitrate:  
32/40/48/56/64/80/96/112/128/  
160/192/224/256/320/VBR kbps  
(MPEG1)  
8/16/24/32/40/48/56/64/80/96/  
112/128/144/160/VBR kbps  
(MPEG2)  
The specifications for compatible  
WMA files are:  
The specifications for compatible  
AAC files are:  
Sampling frequency:  
32/44.1/48 kHz  
Sampling frequency:  
8/11.025/12/16/22.05/24/32/  
44.1/48 kHz  
Bitrate:  
48320/VBR kbps (Max 384)  
Supported standards:  
WMA version 7/8/9  
Partition: Top partition only  
Maximum layers: 8  
Bitrate:  
8320 kbps  
Supported standards:  
MPEG4/AAC LC  
MPEG2/AAC LC  
Partition: Top partition only  
Maximum layers: 8  
Supported standards:  
MPEG1 Audio Layer3  
MPEG2 Audio LSF Layer3  
Partition: Top partition only  
Maximum layers: 8  
Combining a low sampling frequency  
with a low bitrate may result in  
extremely degraded sound quality.  
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Playing a USB Flash Memory Device (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
NOTE:  
Connecting a USB Flash Memory  
Device  
In WMA or AAC format, DRM  
(digital rights management) files  
cannot be played. If the system finds  
a DRM file, the audio unit displays  
UNPLAYABLE FILE, and then skips  
to the next file.  
RELEASE BUTTON  
USB ADAPTER CABLE  
USB ADAPTER CABLE  
1. Open the upper glove box.  
3. Connect the USB flash memory  
device to the USB connector  
correctly and securely.  
2. Push the release button to release  
the USB adapter cable.  
When the USB flash memory device  
is connected, the USB indicator is  
shown in the display.  
CONTINUED  
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Playing a USB Flash Memory Device (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
Text Data Display Function  
FOLDER SELECTION To  
To Change or Select Files  
Use the SKIP button while a USB  
flash memory device is playing to  
change files.  
Each time you press the TITLE  
button, the display mode shows you  
in sequence, the folder name, the file  
name, the artist name, the album  
name, the song name, or name off  
(which turns off the text display).  
select a different folder, press the  
button or  
button.  
Press the  
button to skip to  
the next folder, and press the  
button to skip to the  
SKIP Each time you press the  
(SKIP ) button, the system  
beginning of the previous folder.  
skips forward to the beginning of the  
The display shows up to 16  
characters of the selected data. If the  
text data has more than 16  
characters, you will see the first 15  
characters and the indicator in  
the display. Press and hold the  
TITLE button until the next 16  
characters are shown.  
next file. Press the  
(SKIP )  
button, to skip backward to the  
beginning of the current file. Press it  
again to skip to the beginning of the  
previous file.  
To move rapidly within a file, press  
and hold either side (  
of the SKIP button.  
or  
)
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Playing a USB Flash Memory Device (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
To Select a File from Folder and File  
Lists  
Pressing the  
button goes back  
To Select Repeat, Random or Scan  
Mode:  
You can select any type of repeat,  
random and scan modes by using the  
RPT button, RDM button, or SCAN  
button.  
to the previous display and pressing  
the TITLE button cancels this  
setting mode.  
You can also select a folder or file by  
using the VOL/SELECT knob. Push  
the VOL/SELECT knob to switch  
the display to the folder or file list,  
then turn the VOL/SELECT knob to  
select a folder or file. Press the  
VOL/SELECT knob to set your  
selection.  
CONTINUED  
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Playing a USB Flash Memory Device (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
REPEAT This feature  
FOLDER REPEAT This feature  
replays all the files in the selected  
folder in the order they are stored.  
To activate the folder repeat feature,  
press the RPT button repeatedly.  
You will see ‘‘F-RPT’’ in the display.  
To turn it off, press and hold the  
RPT button.  
RANDOM This feature plays all  
the files in random order. To activate  
the track random feature, press the  
RDM button. You will see ‘‘RDM’’ in  
the display. To turn it off, press and  
hold the RDM button.  
continuously plays a file. To activate  
the repeat feature, press the RPT  
button. You will see ‘‘RPT’’ in the  
display. To turn it off, press and hold  
the RPT button.  
Each time you press and release the  
RPT button, the mode changes from  
file repeat to folder repeat, then to  
normal play.  
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Playing a USB Flash Memory Device (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without navigation system)  
This  
This feature samples all  
This feature  
FOLDER SCAN  
FOLDER RANDOM  
SCAN  
feature plays the files in the current  
folder in random order. To activate  
the folder random feature, press the  
RDM button repeatedly. You will see  
‘‘F-RDM’’ in the display. To turn it  
off, press and hold the RDM button.  
files in the current folder in the  
order they are stored. To activate  
the scan feature, press the SCAN  
button. You will see ‘‘SCAN’’ in the  
display. You will get a 10 second  
sampling of each file in the folder.  
Press and hold the SCAN button to  
get out of the scan mode and play  
samples the first file in each folder in  
the order they are stored. To  
activate the folder scan feature,  
press the SCAN button repeatedly.  
You will see ‘‘F-SCAN’’ in the display.  
You will get a 10 second sampling of  
the first file in each folder. Press and  
hold the SCAN button to get out of  
the folder scan mode and play the  
last file sampled.  
Each time you press the RDM  
button, the mode changes from track the last file sampled.  
random, play to folder random play,  
then to normal play.  
Each time you press and release the  
SCAN button, the mode changes  
from file scan to folder scan, then to  
normal play.  
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