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Mazda 6 Owners Manual: Volume/Display/Sound Controls

Mazda 6 Owners Manual / Interior Features / Audio System / Audio Set / Volume/Display/Sound Controls


Volume adjustment

Turn the commander switch volume dial.

The volume switch on the steering switch can also be pressed.

Display setting

Select the icon on the home
screen to display the Settings screen.

Select the tab to select the
item you would like to change.

Display OFF/Clock

The center display can be turned off.

Select to turn the display off.


When is selected the center
display turns off and the clock is displayed.

The center display can be turned back on as follows:

Daytime/nighttime (System) screen setting

The daytime or nighttime screen can be selected.

: Switches screen automatically
according to headlight illumination condition*1

: Daytime screen setting


: Nighttime screen setting


*1 The display is constantly on daytime screen when the illumination dimmer is cancelled.

Brightness adjustment

Adjust the center display brightness using the slider.

Contrast adjustment

Adjust the center display contrast using the slider.

Display setting reset

All of the screen setting values can be reset to their initial settings.

1. Select . 2. Select
.


Audio sound adjustment

Select the icon on the home
screen to display the Settings screen.

Select the tab to select the
item you would like to change.


*1 Standard audio

*2 Bose® Sound System

ALC (Automatic volume adjustment)

The automatic level control (ALC) is a feature that automatically adjusts audio volume and sound quality according to the vehicle speed. The volume increases in accordance with the increase in vehicle speed, and decreases as vehicle speed decreases.

Bose®Centerpoint (Automatic surround level adjustment)

Centerpoint®*3 lets vehicle owners enjoy a Bose® surround sound experience from their existing CDs, MP3s and satellite radio.

Specifically engineered to meet the unique demands of reproducing surround sound in a vehicle.

Converts stereo signals to multiple channels allowing greater precision when reproducing the sound.

An enhanced algorithm to simultaneously create a wider, more spacious sound field.

*3 Centerpoint® is a registered trademark of Bose Corporation.

Bose®AudioPilot (Automatic volume adjustment)

When driving, background noise can interfere with enjoying music.

AudioPilot®*4 noise compensation technology continuously adjusts the music to compensate for background noise and vehicle speed.

It reacts only to sustained noise sources and not intermittent ones, such as speed bumps.

An enhanced DSP algorithm allows faster and more effective compensation for unusual situations, such as driving on a very rough road or at high speeds.

*4 AudioPilot® is a registered trademark of Bose Corporation.

Home screen
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Operating the Radio
Radio ON Select the icon on the home screen to display the Entertainment screen. When selecting the desired radio, the following icons are indicated in the lower part of the center display. AM/ ...

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