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2010 Honda CR-V Owner's Manual ➜ LX model

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Playing the AM/FM Radio (LX model)  
U.S. and Canadian LX models  
AM  
FM  
BUTTON BUTTON  
POWER/  
VOLUME KNOB  
TUNE KNOB  
A.SEL/SCAN  
BAR  
SEEK/SKIP BAR  
PRESET BUTTONS  
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Playing the AM/FM Radio (LX model)  
The scan function samples  
SCAN  
To Play the AM/FM Radio  
To Select a Station  
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 or  
FM button. Adjust the volume by  
turning the power/volume knob.  
You can use any of five methods to  
find radio stations on the selected  
band: tune, seek, scan, the preset  
buttons, and auto select.  
all stations with strong signals on the  
selected band. To activate it, press  
the right side of the A. SEL/SCAN  
bar, then release it. You will see  
SCAN in the display. The system will  
scan for a station with a strong signal.  
TUNE Use the TUNE knob to  
tune the radio to a desired frequency. When it finds one, it will stop and  
The band and frequency that the  
radio was last tuned to is displayed.  
To change bands, press the AM or  
FM button. On the FM band, ST will  
be displayed if the station is broad-  
casting in stereo. Stereo  
Turn the knob to the right to tune to  
a higher frequency, and turn it to the  
left to tune to a lower frequency.  
play that station for about 10 seconds.  
If you do nothing, the system will  
then scan for the next strong station  
and play it for 10 seconds. When it  
plays a station you want to listen to,  
press the SCAN side of the bar again.  
SEEK/SKIP The seek function  
searches up and down from the  
current frequency to find a station  
with a strong signal. To activate it,  
reproduction on AM is not available.  
press the  
or  
side of the  
SEEK bar, then release it.  
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Playing the AM/FM Radio (LX model)  
Preset Each preset button can  
store one frequency on AM and two  
frequencies on FM.  
AUTO SELECT If you are  
If you do not like the stations auto  
select has stored, you can store  
other frequencies on the preset  
buttons as previously described.  
traveling and can no longer receive  
your preset stations, you can use the  
auto select feature to find stations in  
the local area.  
1. Select the desired band, AM or  
FM. You can store one frequency  
To turn off auto select, press the  
A. SEL side of the bar. This restores  
the presets you originally set.  
on FM1, and one frequency on FM Press the left side of the  
2 with each preset button.  
A. SEL/SCAN bar. You will see  
A. SEL flashing in the display, and  
the system goes into scan mode for  
several seconds. It stores the  
frequencies of six AM, and twelve  
FM stations in the preset buttons.  
2. Use the tune, seek, or scan  
function to tune the radio to a  
desired station.  
For information on AM/FM radio  
frequencies and reception, see page  
250.  
3. Pick a preset button (16), and  
hold it until you hear a beep.  
You will see a ‘‘0’’ displayed after  
pressing a preset button if auto  
select cannot find a strong station for  
every preset button.  
4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 to store a  
total of six stations on AM and  
twelve stations on FM.  
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Playing the AM/FM Radio (LX model)  
Adjusting the Sound  
SVC Adjusts the volume level  
adjust the setting to your liking. If  
you feel the sound is too loud,  
choose low. If you feel the sound is  
too quiet, choose high.  
Press the SOUND (TUNE) knob  
repeatedly to display the BASS,  
TREBLE, FADER, BALANCE, and  
SVC (speed-sensitive volume  
compensation) settings.  
based on the vehicle speed.  
Each mode is shown in the display as  
it changes. Turn the TUNE knob to  
adjust the setting to your liking.  
This function is set to MID as the  
default setting when the vehicle  
leaves the factory.  
BASS Adjusts the bass.  
Except SVC adjustment  
When the level reaches the center,  
you will see ‘‘C’’ in the display.  
TREBLE Adjusts the treble.  
Audio System Lighting  
You can use the instrument panel  
brightness control knob to adjust the  
illumination of the audio system (see  
page 79 ). The audio system  
FADER Adjusts the front-to-back  
strength of the sound.  
The system will return to the audio  
display about 5 seconds after you  
stop adjusting a mode.  
BALANCE Adjusts the side-to-  
side strength of the sound.  
illuminates when the parking lights  
are on, even if the radio is turned off.  
Speed-sensitive Volume  
Compensation (SVC)  
The SVC mode controls the volume  
based on vehicle speed. The faster  
you go, the louder the audio volume  
becomes. As you slow down, the  
audio volume decreases.  
The SVC has four modes: SVC OFF,  
SVC LOW, SVC MID, and SVC  
HIGH. Turn the TUNE knob to  
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Playing a Disc (LX model)  
U.S. and Canadian LX model  
REPEAT BUTTON  
CD/AUX  
BUTTON  
RANDOM BUTTON  
EJECT  
BUTTON  
LOAD  
INDICATOR  
POWER/  
VOLUME KNOB  
TUNE KNOB  
A.SEL/SCAN  
BAR  
DISP BUTTON  
SEEK/SKIP BAR  
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Playing a Disc (LX model)  
To Play a Disc  
This audio system can also play  
CD-Rs and CD-RWs compressed in  
MP3 or WMA formats. When  
playing a disc in MP3, you will see  
‘‘MP3’’ in the display. In WMA  
format, ‘‘WMA’’ will appear in the  
display. You can select up to 99  
folders, or up to 255 tracks/files.  
The specifications for compatible  
MP3 files are:  
To load or play a disc, the ignition  
switch must be in the ACCESSORY  
(I) or ON (II) position.  
Sampling frequency:  
32/44.1/48 kHz (MPEG1)  
24/22.05/16 kHz (MPEG2)  
Bitrate:  
You operate the disc player with the  
same controls used for the radio. To  
select the disc player, press the CD/  
AUX button. You will see ‘‘CD’’ in the  
display.  
32/40/48/56/64/80/96/112/128/  
160/192/224/256/320 kbps  
(MPEG1)  
NOTE:  
8/16/24/32/40/48/56/64/80/96/  
112/128/160 kbps (MPEG2)  
Compatible with variable bitrate  
and multi-session  
If a file on an MP3 or WMA disc is  
protected by digital rights  
management (DRM), the audio unit  
displays FORMAT, and then skips to  
the next file.  
Do not use discs with adhesive labels.  
The label can curl up and cause the  
disc to jam in the unit.  
Maximum layers  
(including ROOT): 8 layers  
Video CDs and DVDs do not work in  
this unit.  
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Playing a Disc (LX model)  
To Load a Disc  
Text Data Display Function  
Each time you press the DISP button,  
the display shows you the text data  
on a disc, if the disc was recorded  
with text data.  
The specifications for compatible  
WMA files are:  
Insert a disc about halfway into the  
disc slot. The drive will pull the disc  
in the rest of the way to play it. You  
operate the disc player with the  
same controls used for the radio.  
The number of the current track is  
shown in the display. When playing a  
disc in MP3 or WMA, the numbers  
of the current folder and file are  
shown. The system will continuously  
play a disc until you change modes.  
Sampling frequency:  
32/44.1/48 kHz  
Bitrate:  
48/64/80/96/128/160/192 kbps  
You can see the album, artist, and  
track name in the display. If a disc is  
recorded in MP3 or WMA, you can  
see the folder and file name, and the  
album, artist, and track tag.  
Compatible with variable bitrate  
and multi-session.  
Maximum layers  
(including ROOT): 8 layers  
With the folder name, you will see  
the FOLDER indicator in the display.  
The TRACK indicator is shown with  
the file or track name.  
You cannot load and play 3-inch  
(8-cm) discs in this system.  
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Playing a Disc (LX model)  
The display shows up to 10  
When playing a CD-DA with text  
data, the album and track name are  
shown in the display. With a disc in  
MP3 or WMA, the display shows the  
folder and file name.  
To Change or Select Tracks/Files  
You can use the SEEK/SKIP bar  
while a disc is playing to select  
passages and change tracks (files in  
MP3/WMA mode).  
characters of selected text data (the  
folder name, file name, etc.). If the  
text data has more than 10  
characters, you will see the first 9  
characters and the indicator in  
the display. Press and hold the DISP  
button until the next 10 characters  
are shown.  
SEEK/SKIP Each time you  
press and release the  
side of  
the SEEK/SKIP bar, the player skips  
forward to the beginning of the next  
track (file in MP3 or WMA mode).  
You will also see some text data  
under these conditions:  
Press and release the  
side, to  
skip backward to the beginning of  
the current track. Press it again to  
skip to the beginning of the previous  
track.  
When a new folder, file, or track is  
selected.  
When you change the audio mode  
to play a disc with text data or in  
MP3 or WMA.  
To move rapidly within a track, press  
and hold the  
SEEK/SKIP bar.  
or  
side of the  
When you insert a disc, and the  
system begins to play.  
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Playing a Disc (LX model)  
In MP3 or WMA mode  
In MP3 or WMA mode  
RANDOM (Random within a  
FOLDER SELECTION To  
select a different folder, turn the  
TUNE knob to move to the  
FOLDER-REPEAT This feature, disc) This feature plays the  
when activated, replays all files in  
the selected folder in the order they  
are compressed. To activate folder  
repeat, press the RPT button twice.  
tracks within a disc (the files in MP3  
or WMA mode) in random order. To  
activate random play, press and  
release the RDM button. In MP3 or  
WMA mode, press the RDM button  
repeatedly to select RDM (within a  
disc random play). You will see  
beginning of the next folder. Turn  
the knob to the right to skip to the  
next folder, and to the left to move to You will hear a beep and see F-RPT  
the beginning of the current folder.  
Turn it again to skip to the beginning  
of the previous folder. Turning the  
TUNE knob more than one click  
skips several folders at a time.  
in the display. The system  
continuously replays the current  
folder. Press the RPT button again to ‘‘RDM’’ in the display. Press the  
turn it off. Pressing the RDM button,  
or selecting a different folder with  
the TUNE knob also turns off the  
repeat feature.  
RDM button for 2 seconds to return  
to normal play.  
REPEAT (TRACK/FILE  
REPEAT) To continuously replay  
a track (files in MP3 or WMA mode), Each time you press and release the  
press and release the RPT button.  
You will see ‘‘RPT’’ in the display.  
Press and hold the RPT button for 2  
seconds to turn it off.  
RPT button, the mode changes from  
file repeat to folder repeat, then to  
normal play.  
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Playing a Disc (LX model)  
In MP3 or WMA mode  
In MP3 or WMA mode  
SCAN (TRACK/FILE SCAN)  
This  
The scan function samples all tracks  
(files in MP3 or WMA) on the disc in  
This  
F-SCAN (FOLDER SCAN)  
FOLDER-RANDOM  
feature, when activated, plays all  
files on the selected folder in random the order they are recorded on the  
feature, when activated, samples the  
first file of each folder on the disc.  
To activate folder scan, press the  
SCAN bar twice. You will see  
F-SCAN in the display.  
order. To activate folder random,  
press the RDM button 2 times. You  
will hear a beep and see F-RDM in  
the display. The system will then  
select and play files randomly. This  
continues until you deactivate folder  
random by pressing and holding the  
RDM button again, or by selecting a  
different folder with the TUNE knob.  
disc. To activate scan, press and  
release the SCAN bar. You will see  
SCAN in the display. You will get a  
10 second sampling of each track/  
file on the disc. Press and hold the  
SCAN button for about 2 seconds to  
get out of scan mode and play the  
last track/file sampled.  
The system plays the first file in the  
first folder for about 10 seconds. If  
you do nothing, the system will then  
play the first files in the next folders  
for 10 seconds. After playing the first  
file in the last folder, the system  
plays normally.  
Pressing either side of the SEEK/  
SKIP bar also turns off the scan  
feature.  
Each time you press and release the  
RDM button, the mode changes  
from folder random play to random  
play (within a disc random play),  
then to normal play.  
Pressing either side of the SEEK/  
SKIP bar, selecting a different folder  
with the TUNE knob, or pressing the  
SCAN bar, also turns off folder scan.  
Each time you press and release the  
SCAN bar, the mode changes from  
scan to folder scan, then to normal  
play.  
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Playing a Disc (LX model)  
To Stop Playing a Disc  
If you turn the system off while a  
disc is playing, either with the  
Press the eject button (  
) to  
remove the disc. If you eject the disc, power/volume knob or by turning  
but do not remove it from the slot,  
the system will automatically reload  
off the ignition switch, the disc will  
stay in the drive. When you turn the  
the disc after 10 seconds and put it in system back on, the disc will begin  
pause mode. To begin playing, press  
the CD/AUX button.  
playing where it left off.  
Protecting Discs  
You can also eject the disc when the  
ignition switch is off.  
For information on how to handle  
and protect compact discs, see page  
252 .  
To play the radio when a disc is  
playing, press the AM or FM button.  
Press the CD/AUX button again to  
switch back to the disc player.  
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Disc Player Error Messages (LX model)  
If you see an error message in the  
Error Message  
Cause  
Solution  
display while playing a disc, find the  
cause in the chart to the right. If you  
cannot clear the error message, take  
your vehicle to your dealer.  
CD FORMAT  
Track/File format not  
supported  
Current track will be skipped. The next  
supported track or file plays automatically.  
Press the eject button and pull out the disc.  
Check the disc for serious damage, signs of  
deformation, excessive scratches, and/or dirt  
see page 252 . Insert the disc again. If the code  
does not disappear, or the disc cannot be  
removed, consult your dealer. Do not try to  
force the disc out of the player.  
BAD DISC  
CHECK MANUAL  
PUSH EJECT  
The chart on the right explains the  
error messages you may see in the  
display while playing a disc.  
If you see an error message in the  
display while playing a disc, press  
the eject button. After ejecting the  
disc, check it for damage or  
deformation. If there is no damage,  
insert the disc again.  
For additional information on  
damaged discs, see page 253 .  
Mechanical Error  
Servo Error  
BAD DISC  
CHECK MANUAL  
The ejected disc will not be reloaded automatically.  
The audio system will try to play the  
disc. If there is still a problem, the  
error message will reappear. Press  
the eject button, and pull out the disc.  
Insert a different disc. If the new  
disc plays, there is a problem with  
the first disc. If the error message  
cycle repeats and you cannot clear it,  
take your vehicle to a dealer.  
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