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2010 Honda CR-V Owner's Manual ➜ Remote Audio Controls

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Remote Audio Controls  
The VOL button adjusts the volume  
up () or down (). Press the top  
or bottom of the button and hold it  
until the desired volume is reached,  
then release it.  
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.  
MODE BUTTON  
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.  
VOL BUTTON  
CH BUTTON  
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.  
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.  
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Remote Audio Controls  
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.  
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.  
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.  
On Navigation model  
You will see the track/file number  
and the elapsed time. If the disc has  
text data or is compressed in MP3 or  
WMA, you can also see any other  
information (track title, file name,  
folder name, etc.).  
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.  
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