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Mazda 6 Owners Manual: How to Use the Bluetooth® Audio System

Mazda 6 Owners Manual / Interior Features / Bluetooth® / Bluetooth® Audio / How to Use the Bluetooth® Audio System

Switching to Bluetooth® audio mode

To listen to music or voice audio recorded to a Bluetooth® audio device, switch to the Bluetooth® audio mode to operate the audio device using the audio system control panel.

Any Bluetooth® audio device must be paired to the vehicle's Bluetooth® unit before it can be used.

Refer to Bluetooth® Preparation.

1. Turn on the Bluetooth® audio device's power.

2. Switch the ignition to ACC or ON.

3. Select the icon on the home
screen to display the Entertainment screen.

4. When is selected, switches
to the Bluetooth® audio mode to begin playback.

NOTE

Playback

To listen to a Bluetooth® audio device over the vehicle's speaker system, switch the mode to Bluetooth® audio mode. (Refer to “Switching to Bluetooth® audio mode”)

After switching to the Bluetooth® audio mode, the following icons are displayed in the lower part of the display. Icons which can be used differ depending on the version of the Bluetooth® audio device which you are currently using.


Bluetooth® Audio
Applicable Bluetooth® specification (Recommended) Ver. 1.1/1.2/2.0 EDR/2.1 EDR/3.0 (conformity) Response profile A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) Ver. 1.0/1.2 AVRCP (Audio/Video ...

Bluetooth® Audio Device Information Display
If a Bluetooth® audio device is connected, the following information is displayed in the center display. X: Available —: Not available NOTE Some information may not display depending on the ...

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