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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Keyword...42 By Place Phone Number... ® By ZAGAT 2010... By Coordinate... By Intersection... By Map Input... 2011 MDX Table of Contents Showing the Map of Current Position ...47 Showing the Map of City ...48 Showing the Map of State ...49 Showing the Map of Continental USA Canada...50...
  • Page 2 SETUP Screen (Main Setup)... Brightness ...94 Contrast ...94 Black Level ...94 Volume ...95 Interface Dial Feedback ...95 Personal Information ... 2011 MDX Address Book ...95 Home Address...99 Number...100 Previous Destinations...101 SETUP Screen (Other) ...102 Music Search ...102 Song By Voice™ (SBV) ...102...
  • Page 3 Map Matching... System Limitations...129 GPS Reception Issues ...129 Database Limitations ... Client Assistance... Reporting Errors ... Acura Automobile Client Service.. Visiting Your Dealer ... Obtaining a Navigation Update DVD ... Coverage Areas... Map Coverage... U.S. Detailed Coverage Areas...134 Canada Detailed Coverage Areas...139...
  • Page 4: Introduction

    • Glossary of Terms (page 160) • Voice Command List (page 163) • Operation Specific to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, and Puerto Rico (page 149) 2011 MDX System Overview Your navigation system is a highly sophisticated location system with voice control that uses satellites and a map...
  • Page 5: Accessories Precautions

    GPS antenna behind the navigation display. Signal noise emanating from these devices can cause intermittent disruption of the navigation system. 2011 MDX Introduction Important Safety Information The navigation system can distract your attention from the road if you focus on the screen or operate the system’s...
  • Page 6: Map Overview

    If you are unsure, proceed with caution. Always use your own good judgment, and obey traffic laws while driving. 2011 MDX Map Overview Current Street The current street on which your vehicle is located appears at the bottom of the map screen (see page 20).
  • Page 7 For example: “In a half-mile, make a right turn, if possible.” The time and distance “to go,” displayed while en route to a destination, is based on the average speed and distance for the roads used for your route. 2011 MDX Introduction Navigation System...
  • Page 8: User Agreement

    The HDD is not to be used for commercial purposes. 2011 MDX • The Licensors do not guarantee to the client that the functions included in the HDD meet the specific objectives of the user.
  • Page 9 (including injuries resulting in death) arising out of the use or possession of the HDD or software. 2011 MDX User Agreement Use, duplication, or disclosure of this HDD by or on behalf of the United States government is subject to “Restricted Rights”...
  • Page 10: Getting Started

    (including the Cellular Phone option) on INFO/PHONE button the INFO screen. When selecting the “Other” tab, displays the “Other” Interface Dial/ options on the INFO screen. See ENTER button page 81. Display mode button AUDIO button 2011 MDX or 56. or 74.
  • Page 11 Rotating it counterclockwise increases the scale, showing more area with less detail. 2011 MDX Getting Started You can also rotate the Interface Dial knob to scroll through a list or highlight items in a list to select.
  • Page 12: Lower Display

    The climate status consists of the driver’s and passenger’s temperature, fan speed, ON/OFF (A/C), and vent setting. The time is automatically set by the navigation system. Settings can be adjusted in SETUP (see Time Adjustment on page 115). 2011 MDX...
  • Page 13: Voice Control Basics

    Press and release it when you want to give a voice command. See Voice Command Index on page a list of voice commands. 2011 MDX Getting Started BACK button This button has the same function as the CANCEL button. When you press and release it, the display returns to the previous screen.
  • Page 14: Using The Voice Control System

    See the Voice Recognition Feedback setting in SETUP. 2011 MDX If you hear a prompt such as “Please use the Interface Dial to...” or “Please choose an area with the Interface Dial,”...
  • Page 15: Selecting An Item (button) On The Screen

    Interface Dial. Tip: If items are grayed out, this means that they cannot be selected. 2011 MDX Getting Started Selecting an Item in a List To scroll through a list, do one of the following: •...
  • Page 16: Entering Information

    If the system finds more than one entry that matches your input, a list of these matches is displayed. 2011 MDX Tip: When entering a name of a city, street, or place, or if you are unsure of the...
  • Page 17 Or say “...” Alpha/Apple Hotel/Henry Bravo/Boy India/Igloo Charlie Juliet/John Delta/Dog Kilo/King Echo/Edward Lima/Larry Foxtrot/Frank Mike/Mary Golf/George November/Nancy Or say “...” Or say “...” Oscar Victor Papa/Paul Whiskey/William Quebec/Queen X-ray Romeo/Robert Yankee/Yellow Sierra/Sam Zulu/Zebra Tango/Tom Uniform/Uncle 2011 MDX Getting Started Navigation System...
  • Page 18: System Start-up

    The “OK” cannot be activated by voice. 2011 MDX If you do not push in on the Interface Dial, the screen will go dark after 30 seconds. (You can also display the Wallpaper screen.
  • Page 19: Bluetooth ® Handsfreelink

    If you turn off the engine during route guidance and then restart the vehicle, the Continue trip to screen will be displayed. For more information, see Continue Trip to Screen on page 79. 2011 MDX Getting Started ® Bluetooth HandsFreeLink...
  • Page 20: Map Screen Legend

    (Push in on the Interface Dial to view.) NOTE: If you move the Interface Dial over an area (map features shown above), the name is displayed at the top of the screen. 2011 MDX Streets (see Map Overview on page 6) : Freeways : State Routes...
  • Page 21: Map Screen Description

    Information. Rotate the Interface Dial knob to select Current Location. The Current location screen will appear on the display. 2011 MDX Getting Started NOTE: The elevation will not appear when the system is temporarily lacking proper GPS information. The system elevation...
  • Page 22: Traffic Display Legend

    (shown for both sides of the freeway where available) Traffic Flow Data Update Details: • Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week • Continuously updated 2011 MDX Heavy traffic: 0 – 27 mph (approx.) Moderate traffic: 27 – 52 mph (approx.) Free flow traffic: 52+ mph (approx.)
  • Page 23: Acuralink Real-time Traffic

    Puerto Rico. • AcuraLink Real-Time Traffic is only available if you have a current traffic subscription with XM®. See page 124. 2011 MDX Getting Started Traffic Status Indicator You can confirm the reception status of traffic information (traffic flow and incidents).
  • Page 24: Viewing Flow Data

    2011 MDX • The displayed traffic flow may conflict with other audio- or Internet- based traffic information.
  • Page 25: Viewing Incident Reports

    Incidents are listed by distance from your current position outward in all directions. 2011 MDX Getting Started To view incident details, say the number of the incident you want to select. A map showing the location of the incident will be displayed, and the message will be read to you.
  • Page 26 Interface Dial. To return to your current position map screen, say or select Return. To continue viewing incidents in your “scrolled to” location, press the CANCEL button. 2011 MDX NOTE: • Incident reports may be displayed on roads that have no traffic flow data available.
  • Page 27: System Function Diagram

    (orange). You are provided with map/voice guidance, routing cautions, and a direction list. While driving to your destination, use the voice control system as much as possible to interact with the navigation, audio, and climate control systems (green). Navigation System 2011 MDX...
  • Page 28: Entering A Destination

    NOTE: If Previous Destination is grayed out, there are no Previous Destinations entered. 2011 MDX Place Name (see page 36) You can input the names of places to search for your destination. Place Category (see page 37)
  • Page 29: By Address

    For your convenience, you do not have to enter both city and street. 2011 MDX Entering a Destination NOTE: • If you find that your city is not listed, it may be part of a larger metropolitan area.
  • Page 30: Selecting The Zip Code

    NOTE: To improve voice recognition when saying the city name, pronounce the syllables as clearly as possible. 2011 MDX The Say city name screen will not display when a language other than English has been selected. You will have to enter the city name using the Interface Dial.
  • Page 31 Select the number (1-6) of the desired city from the list. 2011 MDX Entering a Destination You can also enter part of the name and look for the name you want from the list that appears.
  • Page 32: Selecting The Street

    SPELL MODE on the Say street name screen, and the display will change to the Enter street name screen. 2011 MDX Say the street name by saying individual letters or numbers, or words that represent the letters, one at a time.
  • Page 33 (St, Ave, etc.). The system will automatically determine that for you, based on your entered city and street number. 2011 MDX Entering a Destination The system will display a list of street names, with the closest match to the name you entered at the top of the list.
  • Page 34: Entering The Street Number

    (POI) or road in an unverified area, you may or may not have routing in these areas. See Map Overview on page 6. 2011 MDX By Address Book This selection allows you to choose a personal address entry for a destination.
  • Page 35: Adding Addresses To The Personal Address Book

    Edit Avoid Area on page 110. • For information on the available Voice Command Index, see on page 163. 2011 MDX Entering a Destination By Previous Destination Every time you route to a destination, that destination is saved by the system.
  • Page 36: By Place Name

    2011 MDX If you select a restaurant name with the icon next to it, move the Interface Dial to the right to view the Zagat information.
  • Page 37: By Place Category

    No., then enter the 10-digit number with area code. This is the quickest way to find it. See By Place Phone Number on page 43. 2011 MDX Entering a Destination • The second best method is to select Place Category, then Restaurant, then CAFÉ/COFFEE SHOP, and...
  • Page 38: Subcategories

    Category screen, you can choose directly from previously stored subcategories. A maximum of 30 favorite subcategories can be stored. 2011 MDX To delete a category from the favorites, move the Interface Dial down. Select categories you want to delete and select OK by moving the Interface Dial down.
  • Page 39 Auto Service ALL TYPES (AUTO SERVICE)*2 Auto Parts & Electronics Acura Dealers*1 Auto Repair & Maintenance Acura Roadside Assistance Car Wash & Detailing Honda Dealers*1 Motorcycle Dealers Gas Station*1 Other Car Dealers Hydrogen Station Roadside Assistance Banking ALL TYPES (BANKING)*2...
  • Page 40 NOTE: Scrolling through the Zagat Review is disabled when the vehicle is moving. 2011 MDX “Food,” “Decor,” and “Service” categories (red frame) are rated using numbered values (e.g., 22, 21, 20 etc.) “Cost” (white frame) is the average cost of a meal (including drink and tip).
  • Page 41: Place Name

    Once you select a place, the system then displays the Calculate route to screen (see Driving to Your Destination on page 52). 2011 MDX Entering a Destination Sort by Distance to Travel When you select this option, the system gives you a list of all the places in the subcategory.
  • Page 42: Search By Keyword

    100 or less, you can increase the scope to 500 miles, 1000 miles, or the entire U.S. 2011 MDX If you select the City Vicinity option, the Enter city name screen appears. Enter the name of the city using the Interface Dial.
  • Page 43: By Place Phone Number

    For example, the telephone number (310) 555-4000 should be spoken as “Three, one, zero, five, five, five, four, zero, zero, zero.” 2011 MDX Entering a Destination ® By ZAGAT 2010...
  • Page 44: By Coordinate

    • For details on the ratings and symbols, say “Key to Zagat rating” or select the “?” tab using the Interface Dial. 2011 MDX By Coordinate If you select Coordinate from the MENU screen (Dest. MENU 2), the display will change to the Enter latitude screen.
  • Page 45 The yellow box (shown in scales above 1/4 mile) denotes the area that can be viewed with the Interface Dial when the current map is clicked. 2011 MDX Entering a Destination NOTE: Information icons are displayed at scales from 1 mile to 1/4 mile, POI icons are displayed at 1/8 mile or less, and roads are displayed at 1/4 mile or less.
  • Page 46: By Intersection

    The system then includes them in its calculations for the destination you have entered. See Edit Avoid Area on page 110. 2011 MDX By Map Input After you select Map Input from the MENU screen (Dest. MENU 2), the...
  • Page 47: Showing The Map Of Current Position

    If you select a single icon or road segment within the target mark, the following screen appears. Select Set as Dest. to calculate a route to the selected destination. 2011 MDX Entering a Destination If you select multiple icons within the cursor radius, the following screen appears.
  • Page 48: Showing The Map Of City

    NOTE: To improve voice recognition when saying the city name, pronounce the syllables as clearly as possible. 2011 MDX The Say city name screen will not display when a language other than English has been selected. To enter the city name by voice spelling,...
  • Page 49: Showing The Map Of State

    See Showing the Map of Current Position on page for instructions on finding and entering your desired destination. 2011 MDX Entering a Destination Showing the Map of State By Voice Control: Say “State” on the Show map of screen, and the display changes to the Select a state screen.
  • Page 50: Showing The Map Of Continental Usa And Canada

    Then select OK to calculate a route to the selected destination. 2011 MDX Showing the Map of Continental USA and Canada With the USA and Canada selection, the display changes to:...
  • Page 51: By Go Home 1 Or 2

    Calculate route to screen after you select Go Home 1 or 2 (see Driving to Your Destination on page 52). 2011 MDX Entering a Destination NOTE: • To edit Home Address, see Home Address on page 99.
  • Page 52: Driving To Your Destination

    Voice Command Index on page 163. Further selections from the Calculate route to screen include: 2011 MDX ADD TO Address Book Allows you to add the destination to your Address Book. See By Address Book on page 34.
  • Page 53: Changing The Route Preference

    View Routes, the display changes to: These different routes are shown and calculated based on the setup options in Route Pref.. 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination You can select one of the three routes (1-3) by rotating the Interface Dial knob.
  • Page 54: Viewing The Destination Map

    Return to return to the previous screen. You can view the destination map anytime while en route by saying “Display destination map.” 2011 MDX Map Screen When you select OK on the Calculate route to screen, the map screen appears, showing your highlighted route (blue line) in real time.
  • Page 55: Voice Guidance Prompts

    2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination NOTE: • You can say “Voice” at any time, or...
  • Page 56: Map Screen Legend

    Waypoint (see page 76) Destination Icon (see page 67) Map Menu (see page 58) (Push in on the Interface Dial to view.) 2011 MDX Streets (see Map Overview on page 6) : Freeways : State Routes : Verified Streets : Unverified Streets...
  • Page 57: Guidance Screen

    Milestone to Destination (see this page) Scroll: to view guidance points (rotate Interface Dial knob) Time to Destination (see page 58) Distance to Destination (see page 58) 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination Street Name to Next Driving guidance point Distance of Next Driving...
  • Page 58: Distance And Time To Destination

    AcuraLink messages for you to read. These messages consist of quick tips and other information communicated to you by Acura. If the button is grayed out, you have no messages. For detailed information on this feature, see page 80. 2011 MDX...
  • Page 59: Guidance Menu

    60). Guidance Mode - Allows you to select the guidance mode (single screen or split screen) (see page 61). 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination Directions You can display a list of the guidance points on your route and confirm the distance between them.
  • Page 60: Exit Info

    You can choose a listing to set as a new destination or waypoint, and say or select OK. 2011 MDX On the map screen, you can display Freeway Exit information using the Interface Dial. The Exit Info icon will...
  • Page 61: Guidance Mode

    2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination Map Information When you select Map Information from the Map menu, the Map information screen appears.
  • Page 62: Showing Icons On The Map

    Icon bar. If you move the Interface Dial down and select ICON OPTION, the following screen will be displayed: 2011 MDX The four icon choices – Parking, Restaurant, Other Icons, and Traffic – can each be tailored to your needs.
  • Page 63: Map Orientation

    See the Voice Command Index on page for the available “Display” and “Hide” icon commands. 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination Map Orientation The map can be orientated two ways: • North-up: North pointing up as you would normally view a paper map.
  • Page 64: Current Location

    “Display current location.” A screen pops up which shows the address of your current location, as well as the latitude, longitude, and elevation. 2011 MDX NOTE: The elevation will not appear when the system is temporarily lacking proper GPS information. The system elevation...
  • Page 65: Map Legend

    When you select Map Legend on the Map information screen, the Map legend screen appears. Say or select the desired item or item number to view each section of the map legend. 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination Navigation System...
  • Page 66: Map Scale

    1/20 mi. 1/8 mi. 1/4 mi. 1/2 mi. 1 mi. 80 m 200 m 400 m 800 m 1.6 km 2011 MDX 2 mi. 5 mi. 15 mi. 50 mi. 150 mi. 350 mi. 1000 mi. 3 km 8 km...
  • Page 67: Destination Icon

    The one-way traffic icons (see Map Screen Legend on page 56) are only shown on the 1/20 mile scale. 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination Some icons can be turned on or off. To hide or display icons, use the Interface...
  • Page 68: Incident Icons

    For example: Rain Rain with lightning Icons with indicate a possibility for high wind. For example: Rain Rain with high wind 2011 MDX NOTE: Weather icons are only visible if you have a current traffic/weather subscription with XM. See page 124.
  • Page 69 For some icons, you can choose to show or hide them on the map, while others like Acura Dealers are always shown. The table below shows the features for each icon type. Some Points of Interest (POIs) like Police Stations are not shown as an icon, but you can still locate the nearest one with the voice command, “Find nearest Police station.”...
  • Page 70 Interface Dial 2011 MDX POI can be found on the map screen using voice command “Find...” Yes *1 POI can be found on the map screen using voice command “Find...”...
  • Page 71: Going Off The Route

    (breadcrumbs) to show the path you have taken if Off-road Tracking on the SETUP screen (Other) is set to ON (see page 115). 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination By following the dots, you can backtrack to the mapped road you originally left.
  • Page 72: Pop-ups And Disclaimers

    • Your route passes through unverified areas (see Unverified Area Routing on page 106). 2011 MDX • Your route includes unverified areas (see Unverified Area Routing on page 106). • You are about to enter an unverified area (see Unverified Area Routing on page 106).
  • Page 73: Traffic Rerouting

    Say “Display traffic incidents” or “Display traffic list,” and select the “On Route” tab on the Traffic list screen. 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination Select an incident from the list, and push in on the Interface Dial twice. The...
  • Page 74: Changing The Route

    • Cancel Route (page 75) • Detour (page 75) • Avoid Streets (page 75) • Change Route Preference (page 75) • Waypoint (page 76) 2011 MDX Choose a different destination (other methods) by: • Saying, “Find nearest...” to find a POI (page 78).
  • Page 75: Menu Screen (route)

    You cannot avoid your current street or the streets of your waypoint(s) or destination (system beeps if selected). 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination NOTE: Although you can choose streets to avoid, you cannot choose specific streets you want to use.
  • Page 76: Waypoint

    Select either SEARCH AROUND or SEARCH ALONG by rotating Interface Dial knob. 2011 MDX Next, select the category from the “Main” or “Fav. Subcategory” tab on the Category screen, then follow the menu prompts to select a destination.
  • Page 77: Destination List

    Dest. list screen. If you move the Interface Dial to the left to select Map, you will be able to see all the destinations on the map. 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination NOTE: Prior to departure, you can set areas to avoid.
  • Page 78: Changing Your Destination

    A pop-up menu will be displayed when the crosshairs are positioned on a particular street. 2011 MDX If this is not your desired new destination, press the CANCEL button or the BACK button on the steering wheel to return to the map screen.
  • Page 79: Entering A Destination From The Menu Screen (while En Route)

    The system will return to the map screen and recalculate the route to your specified new destination or waypoint. 2011 MDX Driving to Your Destination Continue Trip to Screen If you restart the vehicle without having completed your prior trip, you will see the following screen: •...
  • Page 80: Acuralink Messages

    Driving to Your Destination AcuraLink Messages AcuraLink enhances your ownership experience by providing a direct communication link between you and Acura. AcuraLink messages are displayed on the navigation screen. Working through XM® Satellite Radio, AcuraLink works in conjunction with your vehicle’s navigation, Bluetooth®...
  • Page 81: Information Features

    Move the Interface Dial to the left and right to display Main Info. or Other. NOTE: For more information on the INFO screen (Other), see page 88. 2011 MDX Information Features Cellular Phone The Cellular Phone option (available on some phones) allows you to import up to 1,000 entries to the phonebook of Bluetooth®...
  • Page 82: Traffic Incidents

    Information Features • For questions about the HFL Cellular Phonebook, call HandsFreeLink customer support at (888) 528-7876, or (888) 9-ACURA-9 in Canada, or visit www.acura.com/handsfreelink. Traffic Incidents When you say or select Traffic Incidents, you can view a list of the traffic incidents near your current position or along your calculated route.
  • Page 83 When you select the “3 day” tab, you can view the three-day forecast (day/night). 2011 MDX Information Features NOTE: • When the GPS signal or weather information cannot be received, “NA”...
  • Page 84 Interface Dial. The Weather Warning screen will be displayed. 2011 MDX Radar Map To view a radar map displaying rain or other weather systems, say or select Radar Map. The display changes to:...
  • Page 85 CANCEL button. Warning Icon The warning icon indicates that a weather warning area exists near your current location or along your calculated 2011 MDX Information Features route. To check the weather warnings, see Warning List on page 83. Weather Information for...
  • Page 86: Messages

    Select Check Info., and the warning list will be displayed (see page 83). 2011 MDX Messages See AcuraLink Messages on page 80. Voice Help When you say or select Voice Help on the INFO screen (Main Info.), you will...
  • Page 87: Setup

    Dial to select Using the talk button, and the system will read the list to you. For a listing of all voice commands, see Voice Command Index on page 163. 2011 MDX Information Features Setup When you select Setup, you will see...
  • Page 88: Info Screen (other)

    NOTE: Entries may be stored in the calendar for 10 years. 2011 MDX You can scroll through the calendar day by day by rotating the Interface Dial knob, or select the day by voice. When...
  • Page 89 Edit message screen. You can enter a message on two lines. Use to change the line. 2011 MDX Information Features Once you have entered the message, say or select OK. The message will be displayed on the specified date on the Calendar screen and the display will return to the Schedule screen.
  • Page 90: Scenic Road Information

    If you select a scenic road that runs through multiple states, only the portion of the road in the selected state will be displayed. 2011 MDX Calculator When you say or select Calculator on the INFO screen (Other), the display...
  • Page 91: System/device Information

    • To return the Calculator screen, select CALC. by moving the Interface Dial to the right. 2011 MDX Information Features System/Device Information Say or select System/Device Information while on the INFO screen (Other), and the display will change as indicated below.
  • Page 92: Map Data Update Status

    Navigation System Roadside Assistance Acura Roadside Assistance is provided as a service to Acura clients. When paired with a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone, the system can call for assistance as long as the setting is switched ON.
  • Page 93: Show Wallpaper

    INFO screen (Other), the wallpaper that is currently selected will be displayed on the screen. If you push in on the Interface Dial, the original screen will return. For instructions on changing wallpapers, see page 121. 2011 MDX Information Features Navigation System...
  • Page 94: System Setup

    Tip: If you are having trouble viewing the screen in bright lighting conditions, try increasing the brightness. 2011 MDX Contrast The screen contrast has 11 settings. To adjust the contrast, use the voice control system and say “Contrast up” or “Contrast down.”...
  • Page 95: Volume

    AUTO The system reads (factory default) selection only when moving No voice assistance when selecting. 2011 MDX System Setup Personal Information From the SETUP screen (Main Setup), say or select Personal Information and the following screen appears: Address Book The Address Book allows up to a total of 200 address entries.
  • Page 96 Address Book. NOTE: Personal information cannot be backed up or moved to another navigation system. 2011 MDX Entering an Address Select New Address by pushing in on the Interface Dial when beginning to build your Address Book list.
  • Page 97 Address Book list. This operation is the same as selecting Previous Destinations from the MENU screen (Dest. MENU 1). See page 35. 2011 MDX System Setup Place Name - Allows you to select one of the Point of Interest (POI) locations already stored in the system as one of your personal addresses.
  • Page 98 Say or select Edit Category to display the Select a category screen. 2011 MDX Scroll the screen and select a category by saying the number next to your choice, or by pushing in on the Interface Dial.
  • Page 99: Home Address

    OK. To leave the screen, press the CANCEL button. 2011 MDX System Setup NOTE: • If your Home Address cannot be found in the system, then while...
  • Page 100: Pin Number

    PIN, select DO NOT USE PIN. NOTE: The factory default is no PIN. 2011 MDX 4. When you have entered your PIN, the display changes to the Re-enter new PIN screen. Enter the same number to validate the number you have selected.
  • Page 101: Previous Destinations

    2. Scroll through the list and find the address you want to delete. 3. Select the address to delete by saying the line number, or by using the Interface Dial. 2011 MDX System Setup NOTE: To cancel the deletion of Previous Destinations, select the address that was to have been deleted and push in on the Interface Dial before performing step 4.
  • Page 102: Setup Screen (other)

    From this mode, you can use the following voice commands to select songs or display a song list. 2011 MDX Say the desired voice command followed by the artist, song title, album, genre, playlist, or composer you wish to select.
  • Page 103: Phonetic Modification

    HDD and connected iPod. The modified phonetics can be used for the voice commands in the Song By Voice™ mode. 2011 MDX System Setup When you select New Modification, the following screen appears: Select HDD or iPod depending on the media that you would like to access.
  • Page 104: Basic Settings

    • When Song By Voice is set to OFF, Phonetic Modification will be grayed out. • Up to 2,000 phonetic modification items can be stored. 2011 MDX Basic Settings From the SETUP screen (Other), say or select Basic Settings and the following screen appears:...
  • Page 105: Routing & Guidance

    • If you live in an area with poor mapping, you may wish to set Rerouting to MANUAL to avoid constant recalculation. However, you will have to manually select Recalculation on the screen to have the system plot a new route. 2011 MDX System Setup Navigation System 105...
  • Page 106: Unverified Area Routing

    Voice guidance commands end with the phrase “if possible.” This is to remind the driver to verify all traffic restrictions before getting near the guidance point. A direction list is provided showing street names and turn symbols in pink. 2011 MDX...
  • Page 107 Because both routes bypass or use unverified streets, it is recommended that you stop and review the map. Unverified Area Routing “OFF” 2011 MDX System Setup Unverified Area Routing “ON” NOTE: Unverified roads are shown only when viewing the map in the 1/20, 1/8, 1/4 mile map scales.
  • Page 108 You will see and hear this short caution message whenever you enter unverified areas. If you regularly enter and leave unverified roads for short amounts of time, there may be cases where no guidance is provided. 108 Navigation System 2011 MDX...
  • Page 109 For the pop-up menu displayed when pushing in on the Interface Dial from the map screen, Voice is grayed out. With Unverified Area Routing OFF, no Direction List is provided. 2011 MDX System Setup Unverified Area Routing “ON” Navigation System 109...
  • Page 110: Traffic Rerouting

    When you select Edit Avoid Area, the following list screen is displayed. 2011 MDX You can select New Area, or select one of your existing areas to modify. If you choose New Area, the following screen...
  • Page 111 Interface Dial to “set” the start point. Then move the Interface Dial in a straight or diagonal direction to encompass the area to be avoided. 2011 MDX System Setup NOTE: The maximum size of the “Avoid area” is 1/2 mile in length or width.
  • Page 112: Edit Waypoint Search Area

    Edit Waypoint Search Area, and then choose the desired search distance for either “On Freeways” or “On Surface Street.” 2011 MDX The diagram below shows how the system handles the search for “SEARCH ALONG” or “SEARCH AROUND the Destination” (see...
  • Page 113: Guidance Mode

    The factory default is Single Screen. NOTE: Guidance Mode can also be selected on the Guidance menu screen. See Guidance Mode on page 61. 2011 MDX System Setup Street Name Guidance Allows voice guidance to include the street names (for example, “Turn right on Main Street”).
  • Page 114: Guidance Screen Interruption

    • Auto Time Zone (Default = ON) • Adjust Time (adjust your clock) • Reset (resets this screen’s settings to factory defaults) 2011 MDX Auto Daylight Sets automatic daylight saving time ON or OFF. If set to ON, the clock will automatically “spring ahead”...
  • Page 115: Auto Time Zone

    Selecting Reset clears any changes you made to “Auto Daylight,” “Auto Time Zone” settings, or time adjustment. Depending on your location, you may need to adjust these settings. 2011 MDX System Setup Vehicle From the SETUP screen (Other), say or select Vehicle and the following...
  • Page 116: Correct Vehicle Position

    GPS signal, it will automatically place the vehicle in the correct location. If you choose to do this, follow these steps: 2011 MDX 1. Stop the vehicle. 2. Select Correct Vehicle Position, and the system will display the Correct vehicle position screen.
  • Page 117: Color

    Color From the SETUP screen (Other), say or select Color and the following screen appears: 2011 MDX System Setup Map Color Allows you to choose the map color from one of five colors for the Day and Night modes.
  • Page 118: Menu Color

    See the chart on page for an explanation of other day/night display mode adjustments and how they interact with each other. Day Mode Night Mode (Example of Day/Night Mode) 2011 MDX...
  • Page 119: Switching Display Mode Automatically

    “cancel” this function. The user can select the color of the screen that will be displayed for the Day and Night display modes described above. 2011 MDX System Setup But remember Once you press this button, you assume full manual control of the display mode until the ignition key is cycled again.
  • Page 120: Acuralink/messages

    SETUP screen (Other), say or select Language and the following screen will be displayed. You can choose from three languages: English, Français, or Español. 2011 MDX NOTE: • Voice confirmation of cities and streets only occurs when English has been selected.
  • Page 121: Wallpaper

    If you select an image, the image will appear in a pop-up screen. Select OK to complete the setup. The selected image will be highlighted on the list screen. 2011 MDX System Setup Delete Pictures on HDD If you say or select Delete Pictures on HDD, a list of the images on the HDD will appear.
  • Page 122: Importing Pictures From Usb

    Rotate the Interface Dial knob and select the images to be uploaded to the HDD. Move the Interface Dial down and select OK. 2011 MDX NOTE: • You can only import images from the root directory. Images in the folders cannot be imported.
  • Page 123: Reset Factory Default Settings

    • Color: Map Color, Menu Color NOTE: Messages are not deleted. AcuraLink/Messages settings do not return to the factory default settings. 2011 MDX System Setup Clear Personal Data Any uploaded data, calendar entries, address books, stored destinations, or other settings can be cleared or returned to factory defaults.
  • Page 124: Traffic & Weather Status

    Loading The system is searching for the signal or updating the data. Check Antenna Antenna error The system cannot receive traffic data or weather data because XM Signal Reception status is “No signal” or “Check Antenna.” 2011 MDX Status...
  • Page 125: Multi-view Rear Camera

    Tailgate open range Approx. 1 m (3.3 ft) Approx. 2 m (6.6 ft) Camera Approx. 3 m (9.8 ft) 2011 MDX System Setup NOTE: • The Multi-view rear camera has a special lens that makes distances appear different than they actually are.
  • Page 126: Three-way Rearview Modes

    126 Navigation System Wide view Normal view Top view 2011 MDX Multi-view Rear Camera Brightness Adjustment When in reverse, the navigation buttons are locked out, except the rotating portion of the Interface Dial knob.
  • Page 127: System Initialization

    NOTE: The anti-theft security code is unrelated to your optional navigation system PIN (for Address Book or Home Address). 2011 MDX System Initialization GPS Initialization Depending on the length of time the battery was disconnected, your system may require GPS initialization.
  • Page 128: Map Matching

    Your system is now ready to use. 2011 MDX Although your navigation system is one of the most highly sophisticated pieces of equipment you will find in a modern automobile, you may find during its use that it has certain limitations.
  • Page 129: System Limitations

    Exercise additional caution when driving in these unverified areas. 2011 MDX System Limitations The destination icon shows the approximate location of the destination. This occurs because a city block can...
  • Page 130: Database Limitations

    For update DVD ordering information, see page 133. 2011 MDX In addition, this database does not include, analyze, process, consider, or reflect any of the following categories of information: •...
  • Page 131 The use of such marks in this product does not imply any sponsorship, approval, or endorsement by such companies of this product. 2011 MDX Database Limitations Navigation System...
  • Page 132: Client Assistance

    GPS related errors, see Frequently Asked Questions on page 151, System Limitations on page 129, or Troubleshooting on page 159. 2011 MDX Acura Automobile Client Service Telephone: (800) 382-2238 Fax: (310) 783-3535 Mail: Acura Navi America Honda Motor Co., Inc.
  • Page 133: Visiting Your Dealer

    • For traffic-related issues, see the “AcuraLink Real-Time Traffic” section (on page 23) and FAQs (on page 151). • Call Acura Client Services (see Acura Automobile Client Service on page 132). • For database or POI issues, follow the guidelines in the “Reporting Errors”...
  • Page 134: Coverage Areas

    See Unverified Area Routing on page 106. If you desire additional map coverage information, contact Acura Client Services or go to www.acuranavi.com. Enter your vehicle model and model year, and then select the state for which you want to verify map coverage.
  • Page 135 – including Lake County, IN, and Dekalb County, IL East St. Louis Metro Galesburg Moline Peoria Quincy Rock Island Rockford Springfield Urbana-Danville 2011 MDX Coverage Areas Indiana Bloomington Evansville Fort Wayne Gary/Hammond Metro Indianapolis Metro Kokomo Metro Lafayette Muncie Northwest Indiana...
  • Page 136 Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro – including cities in Anoka Scott and Carver Counties Moorhead Rochester Mississippi Biloxi/Gulfport Jackson Memphis Tupelo 2011 MDX Missouri Branson Columbia Jefferson City Joplin Kansas City (KS-MO) Metro – including Platte County Lake of the Ozarks Springfield St.
  • Page 137 Cincinnati Metro – including Butler County Cleveland Metro – including Geauga County Dayton Lima Mansfield Springfield Toledo (Lucas County) Youngstown Oklahoma Oklahoma City Tulsa 2011 MDX Coverage Areas Oregon Bend Corvalis Eugene Medford Portland/Salem Metro Seaside/Astoria/Cannon Beach Pennsylvania Allentown Erie Gettysburg...
  • Page 138 Park City Salt Lake City Metro St. George Vermont Rutland State of (partial) - including Burlington, Montpelier 2011 MDX Virginia Washington D.C. detailed area – including Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, Fauquier County, Fredericksburg City, Manassas, and additional cities in...
  • Page 139: Canada Detailed Coverage Areas

    Chestermere Cochrane Crossfield Devon Edmonton Fort Saskatchewan Leduc Lethbridge Medicine Hat Spruce Grove St. Albert Stony Plain Strathcona County 2011 MDX Coverage Areas BRITISH COLUMBIA Greater Vancouver Anmore Belcarra Bowen Island Burnaby Coquitlam Delta Langley Langley Twp Lions Bay Maple Ridge...
  • Page 140 Halifax (partial) ONTARIO Brant Brant Brantford Chatham-Kent Chatham-Kent Dufferin Amaranth East Garafraxa East Luther Grand Valley Melancthon Mono Mulmur Orangeville Shelburne 2011 MDX Durham Ajax Brock Clarington Oshawa Pickering Scugog Uxbridge Whitby Elgin Aylmer Bayham Central Elgin Dutton/Dunwich Malahide Southwold St.
  • Page 141 Augusta Brockville Edwardsburgh/Cardinal Elizabethtown-Kitley Front of Yonge Gananoque Leeds and the Thousand Islands Merrickville-Wolford North Grenville Prescott Rideau Lakes Westport 2011 MDX Coverage Areas Muskoka Bracebridge Georgian Bay Gravenhurst Huntsville Lake of Bays Muskoka Lakes Middlesex Adelaide Metcalfe London Lucan Biddulph...
  • Page 142 Simcoe Adjala-Tosorontio Barrie Bradford West Gwillimbury Clearview Collingwood Essa Innisfil Midland New Tecumseth Orillia Oro-Medonte Penetanguishene 2011 MDX Ramara Severn Springwater Tiny Wasaga Beach Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry Cornwall North Dundas North Glengarry North Stormont South Dundas South Glengarry South Stormont...
  • Page 143 Chatham-Kent Dufferin Elgin Essex Frontenac Gray Haldimand-Norfolk Haliburton Hastings Huron Kawartha Lakes Lambton Lanark 2011 MDX Coverage Areas Leeds and Granville Lennox and Addington Middlesex Muskoka Northumberland Oxford Perth Peterborough Prescott and Russell Prince Edward Simcoe Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry...
  • Page 144 McMasterville Mont-St-Hilaire Otterburn Park St-Antoine-sur-Richelieu St-Basile-le-Grand St-Charles-sur-Richelieu St-Denis-sur-Richelieu St-Jean-Baptiste St-Marc-sur-Richelieu St-Mathieu-de-Beloeil LaJemmerais Calixa-Lavallée Contrecoeur St-Amable Ste-Julie Varennes Verchères Laval Laval 2011 MDX Le-Haut-Richelieu Henryville Lacolle é Mont-St-Gr goire Noyan St-Alexandre St-Blaise-sur-Richelieu St-Georges-de-Clarenceville St-Jean-sur-Richelieu Î St-Paul-de-L’ le-aux-Noix é St-S bastien St-Valentin Ste-Anne-de-Sabreviois Ste-Brigide-D’Iberville...
  • Page 145 Wentworth-Nord Longueuil Boucherville Brossard Longueuil St-Bruno-de-Montarville St-Lambert Mirabel Mirabel Montcalm St-Alexis St-Alexis Paroisse St-Calixte Ste-Julienne é Ste-Marie-Salom St-Esprit 2011 MDX Coverage Areas St-Jacques St-Liguori St-Lin -- Laurentides St-Roche-de-l’Achigan St-Roch-Ouest Montreal Baie-D’Urfé Beaconsfield Côte-St-Luc Dollard-des-Ormeaux Dorval Hampstead Kirkland L’Ïle -Dorval Montréal Montréal-Est...
  • Page 146 Quebec La Cote-de-Beaupré Beaupré Boischatel Château-Richer L’Ange-Gardien St-Ferréol-les-Neiges St-Joachim St-Louis-de-Gonzague-du-Cap- Tourmente Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré La Jacques-Cartier Fossambault-sur-le-Lac Lac-Beauport Lac-Delage Lac-St-Joseph Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval Ste-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier Shannon 2011 MDX L’Île-d’Orléans St-François- L’Île-d’Orléans St-Jean St-Laurent-de- L’Île-d’Orléans St-Pierre-de- L’Île-d’Orléans Ste-Famille Ste-Pétronille Lévis Lévis Québec L’Ancienne-Lorette Notre-Dame-des-Anges Québec St-Augustin-de-Desmaures...
  • Page 147 Hwy-2 (in Fort Macleod) to Hwy-1/ Trans Canada Hwy (in Calgary) Roads in the province of Saskatchewan Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across whole province 2011 MDX Coverage Areas Roads in the province of Manitoba Hwy-1/Trans Canada Hwy across whole province Hwy-100/Trans Canada Hwy in...
  • Page 148 Salt Lake City, UT San Antonio, TX San Diego, CA San Francisco-Oakland, CA San Jose, CA Sarasota-Bradenton, FL Seattle-Tacoma, WA Spokane, WA 2011 MDX St. Louis, MO Syracuse, NY Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL Toledo, OH Tucson, AZ Tulsa, OK Washington, DC...
  • Page 149: Operation In Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, And Puerto Rico

    (see page 107) • See the coverage section for a list of islands with coverage (see page 134) 2011 MDX Coverage Areas Address and POI Entry Screens The following differences occur for map, address, and POI selection: •...
  • Page 150: Info Screen Differences

    XM and set up an account at (800) 852-9696. • To begin receiving AcuraLink quick tips, contact Acura Client Services at (800) 382-2238, and ask them to activate your AcuraLink unit. 2011 MDX Shipping a vehicle from the U.S.
  • Page 151: Frequently Asked Questions

    Consequently, the name may be mispronounced or sound strange at times. Verify the following: The nighttime dash brightness control is not set to maximum, and Map Color in SETUP is set to Black for Night. See Switching Display Mode Manually on page 118. 2011 MDX Navigation System 151...
  • Page 152 PINs are optional. See information regarding PINs on page 100. Your dealer can reset the PIN for you. Your phone is not paired to HFL, or if your phone is paired, it is in use; press the HANG-UP button. 2011 MDX...
  • Page 153 • It is possible that there is a temporary technical problem with your metropolitan area traffic. You can call Acura Client Services to see if there is an outage (page 132). • If the situation persists, see your Acura dealer for assistance.
  • Page 154 The “Time to go” is based on actual road speeds. However if your speed slows down when you encounter slower traffic, the system updates the “Time to go” based on your actual speed to give you a better estimate of arrival time. 2011 MDX...
  • Page 155 If the GPS antenna cannot receive signals from at least four satellites, the elevation is not displayed. Try moving the vehicle into an open area. If the elevation is zero, or below sea level, the elevation is also not displayed. 2011 MDX Navigation System 155...
  • Page 156 DVDs. If you experience any problems that you cannot resolve, please contact your dealer. Minor errors are bound to occur in a large database. If you encounter major errors, you can report them following the instructions on page 132. 2011 MDX...
  • Page 157 The time zone borders are only approximated in the system. Depending on the geography of the time zone boundary, the switch to a different zone can be erratic. See page (Auto Time Zone). You can turn off this feature. See page 2011 MDX (Auto Daylight). Navigation System 157...
  • Page 158 There should be a card in the glove box with the anti-theft code for the navigation/audio system. This card contains the 5-digit security code and serial number. If you cannot find it, your dealer can help you out. Besides English, you may select Français or Español for your language setting. 2011 MDX...
  • Page 159: Troubleshooting

    Try planning a different route to or from a different location.* The destination was not found in the database. Try another destination nearby, or select the destination with the Interface Dial.* 2011 MDX Troubleshooting Navigation System 159...
  • Page 160: Glossary

    12 satellites to accurately position the vehicle on the map. 2011 MDX GPS Antenna - Located on the back of the navigation display, which is in the center of the dashboard. Electronic...
  • Page 161 PIN - Personal Identification Number. A 4-digit number created by the client to protect personal information. 2011 MDX Glossary POI - Point of Interest. These are the businesses, schools, etc. found under Place category or Place Name on the MENU screen (Dest.
  • Page 162 Waypoint - A temporary destination you may enter while en route (e.g., a gas station, ATM, etc.). See page 76. 2011 MDX Yaw Rate Sensor - Senses when the vehicle makes a turn, which makes the VP change direction on the map as you turn.
  • Page 163: Voice Command Index

    The commands are accessible at any time while driving and can be read to you so that you do not need to memorize all of them. 2011 MDX Voice Command Index Navigation Commands General Commands The system accepts these commands on a map/guidance screen.
  • Page 164: Map Display Commands

    Go home 1 Go home 2 Messages Register the current location (puts current location in the personal Address Book) 2011 MDX Map Scale Commands The system accepts these commands on a map/guidance screen. Display north up Display heading up Display zoom in...
  • Page 165: Find Place Commands

    American restaurant Californian restaurant Chinese restaurant Café/Coffee shop Continental restaurant Fast food restaurant French restaurant German restaurant Greek restaurant Indian restaurant 2011 MDX Voice Command Index Italian restaurant Japanese restaurant Korean restaurant Mexican restaurant Pizza Seafood restaurant Thai restaurant Vegetarian restaurant...
  • Page 166: Route Commands

    * These commands are not available if you scroll through the map while en route to a destination. 2011 MDX Climate Control Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens. Climate control automatic (controls...
  • Page 167: Audio Commands

    Radio on* Radio off* Radio select FM1 Radio select FM2 Radio select AM 2011 MDX Voice Command Index Radio tune to # FM (#: frequency. Example Radio 95.5 FM) Radio tune to # AM (#: frequency. Example Radio 1020 AM)
  • Page 168: Disc Commands

    * Repeating these commands switches (toggles) the function between On and Off, so the action that occurs may not match the command you speak. 2011 MDX HDD Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens. HDD play HDD search (activates Song By Voice™)
  • Page 169: Usb Commands

    * Repeating these commands switches (toggles) the function between On and Off, so the action that occurs may not match the command you speak. 2011 MDX Voice Command Index iPod Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens. iPod play iPod search (activates Song By Voice™)
  • Page 170: Bluetooth ® Audio Commands

    Play playlist (specify playlist) Play song (specify song) NOTE: Song By Voice™ commands are available for tracks stored in the HDD or iPod. 2011 MDX Rear Radio Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens. Rear audio on* Rear audio off*...
  • Page 171: Rear Cd Commands

    * Repeating these commands switches (toggles) the function between On and Off, so the action that occurs may not match the command you speak. 2011 MDX Voice Command Index Rear DVD Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens.
  • Page 172: Rear Hdd Commands

    Rear HDD track scan* Rear HDD normal play (resumes “Play” from the random-, repeat-, or scan-play) 2011 MDX Repeating these commands switches (toggles) the function between On and Off, so the action that occurs may not match the command you...
  • Page 173: Rear Ipod Commands

    Rear AUX play (or Auxiliary play) Cellular Phone Commands The system accepts these commands only on the Cellular phone screens. Call # or “name” (voice tag) 2011 MDX Voice Command Index SETUP Screen (Main Setup) Commands The system accepts these commands on the SETUP screen (Main Setup).
  • Page 174: On-screen Commands

    • To select the letter “M”: Say “M,” “Mary,” or “Mike.” The system will respond to the names shown in the following tables. 2011 MDX NOTE: • The system will only respond to the names shown in the following tables.
  • Page 175 Alpha/Apple Bravo/Boy Charlie Delta/Dog Echo/Edward Foxtrot/Frank Golf/George Or say “...” Hotel/Henry India/Igloo Juliet/John Kilo/King Lima/Larry Mike/Mary November/Nancy 2011 MDX Voice Command Index Or say “...” Or say “...” Oscar Victor Papa/Paul Whiskey/William Quebec/Queen X-ray Romeo/Robert Yankee/Yellow Sierra/Sam Zulu/Zebra Tango/Tom Uniform/Uncle...
  • Page 176 Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” î I circumflex ï I umlaut Ô O circumflex Ù U grave Û U circumflex Ü U umlaut At sign Caret Asterisk 2011 MDX Underscore Back quote Comma Question mark Colon Semicolon Plus...
  • Page 177 Symbols Say “...” or “Symbol ...” Hyphen Exclamation point Double quote ” < Pound > Dollar Percent Ampersand & Apostrophe ’ Open parenthesis Close parenthesis 2011 MDX Voice Command Index Tilde Slash Less than Greater than Open brace Close brace Enter Navigation System 177...
  • Page 178: Index

    Index ...96 Accessing the Address Book List Acura Automobile Client Service ...132 ...80 AcuraLink Messages ...23 AcuraLink Real-Time Traffic AcuraLink Weather ...82 ...120 AcuraLink/Messages ...52 Add to Address Book ...52 Add to Dest. List ...76 Adding Waypoint ...28, 29, Address ...28, 34,...
  • Page 179 Icon Bar Incident Icons ... 10, INFO button INFO Screen (Main Info.) INFO Screen (Other) Interface Dial Interface Dial Feedback Interface Dial knob 2011 MDX ... 29, Intersection iPod Commands Key to ZAGAT Ratings Landmark Icons Language Leisure Lodging (Hotel/Motel)
  • Page 180 ... 52, 54, 71, Route Route Commands Route Preference Routing & Guidance Save Current Location Scenic Road Information Schedule 2011 MDX Screen Search by Keyword Security Code ... 30, Selecting the City ... 29, Selecting the State Selecting the Street...
  • Page 181 Voice Control Basics Voice Guidance Voice Help Voice Recognition Feedback Voice Recognition, Improving Volume Wallpaper Warning Icon Warning List Warning Map Waypoints ... 68, Weather Weather Forecast ... 68, Weather Icons ... 58, Weather Info ZAGAT® 2010 2011 MDX Navigation System Index...
  • Page 182 – SPEECH RECOGNITION. If the SOFTWARE includes speech recognition component(s), you should understand that speech recognition is an 2011 MDX inherently statistical process and that recognition errors are inherent in the process. Neither ALPINE nor its suppliers shall be liable for any damages arising out of errors in the speech recognition process.
  • Page 183 ALPINE support number provided in the documentation for the DEVICE. Should you have any questions concerning this EULA, or if you desire to contact ALPINE for 2011 MDX any other reason, please refer to the address provided in the documentation for the DEVICE.
  • Page 184 This device complies with Industry Canada Standard RSS-210. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. 184 Navigation System 2011 MDX...

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