Changes the volume level: "–2," "–1," "0," "+1,"
– "External": to automatically switch to the
external microphone when it is connected.
– "Internal": to select only the Built-in
Initializes all Bluetooth-related settings
*1 Depending on the cellular phone, this unit's ring
tone may be output even if set to "Cellular."
*2 Configurable during a call.
*3 Cannot be switched during a call.
• For details on the settings of other Bluetooth
devices, see their respective manuals.
• If you select "Initialize," all stored settings of the Call
menu and Bluetooth Settings menu are deleted.
External microphone XA-MC10
By connecting an external microphone to the
microphone input connector, you can improve
audio quality while talking through this unit.
Installing on the sun visor
Installing on the dashboard
You can set microphone priority (page 24).
First, register ("pair") a Bluetooth device
(cellular phone, etc.) and this unit with each
other. You can pair up to 9 devices. Once pairing
is established, there is no need for pairing again.
Searching for a Bluetooth device
from this unit
Check that the other Bluetooth device is set to
allow for searching (discoverable) beforehand.
The Bluetooth settings menu appears.
Rotate the control dial to select
"Search," then press the select button.
The process of searching for a connectable
device begins, then the detected device
name(s) appear in a list. If a device name
cannot be received, Bluetooth Device
Address will be displayed.
Search time varies depending on the number
of Bluetooth devices.
Rotate the control dial to select the
device, then press the select button.
Select your desired connection,
"Handsfree Connect" or "Audio
Input a passcode*.
Input the same passcode for this unit and the
connecting device using control dial or card
remote commander. The passcode can be
either your own selected number or the
number determined by the connecting device.
For details, see the manual of the connecting
Press the select button to confirm.
"Connection Complete" appears and
connection is complete.
" " or " " appears during connection.
* Passcode may be called "passkey," "PIN code," "PIN
number" or "Password," etc., depending on the