Mazda 2: Audio Control Switch Operation

Without Bluetooth ® Hands-Free

Without Bluetooth ® Hands-Free


With Bluetooth ® Hands-Free

With Bluetooth ® Hands-Free


Adjusting the Volume

To increase the volume, press up the volume switch ( ).


To decrease the volume, press down the volume switch ( ).


Seek Switch

AM/FM radio (Type A/Type C/Type D), MW/LW/FM radio (Type B)

Press the seek switch (  ).
The radio switches to the next/previous stored station in the order that it was stored.

Press and hold the seek switch ( )
to seek all usable stations at a higher or lower frequency whether programmed or not.

Radio stations which have been previously stored in the auto memory tuning (Type A/ Type B)/favourite radio (Type C/Type D) can be called up by pressing the seek switch ( ) while any radio station
stored in the auto memory tuning (Type A/ Type B)/favourite radio (Type C/Type D) is being received. Radio stations can be called up in the order they were stored with each press of the switch ( ).


DAB radio (Type D)

Press the Seek switch (   )
while listening to DAB radio to call up a station previously stored to the favourites list.

With each operation of the switch, radio stations can be called up in the order they were stored.

Press and hold the seek switch ( )
to go to the next station, ( ) to return
to the previous station.

USB Audio/Bluetooth ® Audio /CD

Press the seek switch (  )
to skip forward to the beginning of the next track.

Press the seek switch (  )
within a few seconds after playback begins to track down to the beginning of the previous track.

Press the seek switch ( ) after a
few seconds have elapsed to start playback from the beginning of the current track.

Press and hold the seek switch ( )
to continuously switch the tracks up or down.

DVD (Type C)

Press the seek switch (  )
to skip forward to the beginning of the next chapter.

Press the seek switch (  ) to
return to the beginning of the previous chapter.

Aha™/Stitcher™ Radio (Type C/Type D)

Press the seek switch (  )
to skip forward to the beginning of the next track.

Press and hold the seek switch ( )
to evaluate the playback of the current song as “Like”.

Press and hold the seek switch ( )
to evaluate the playback of the current song as “Dislike”.

Mute Switch *

Press the mute switch ( ) once
to mute audio, press it again to resume audio output.

NOTE

If the ignition is switched off with the audio muted, the mute will be cancelled.

Therefore, when the engine is restarted, the audio is not muted. To mute the audio again, press the mute switch (
).


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