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Using The Preset Dial; Voice Dial Activation; Music Streaming; Listening To Music From An Audio - Sony MEX-BT5700U Operating Instructions Manual

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Using the Preset Dial

You can store a phone number in the phonebook/
call history to the Preset Dial.
Storing to the Preset Dial from a
phonebook
You can select this function in CALL menu only.
1 Enter a Phonebook (page 29).
2 Select the phone number to store, then select
"Preset Memory."
3 Select the preset number (P1 – P6) to store.
Storing to the Preset Dial from call
history
1 Press
(handsfree).
2 Rotate the control dial to select "Recent Call,"
then press the select button.
3 Select the name or phone number to store, then
select "Preset Memory."
4 Select the preset number (P1 – P6) to store.

Voice Dial Activation

You can activate voice dialing with a cellular
phone connected to this unit by saying the voice
tag stored on the cellular phone, then make a call.
1
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly until
"Bluetooth Phone" appears.
2
Press and hold
The cellular phone enters voice dialing mode.
3
Say the voice tag stored on the cellular
phone.
Your voice is recognized, and the call is
made.
Notes
• Check that unit and cellular phone are connected
beforehand.
• Store a voice tag on your cellular phone beforehand.
• If you activate voice dialing with a cellular phone
connected to this unit, this function may not work in
some cases.
• Noises such as the engine running may interfere
with sound recognition. In order to improve
recognition, operate under conditions where noise is
minimized.
• Voice dialing may not work in some situations,
depending on the effectiveness of the cellular
phone's recognition function. For details, see the
support site.
• Do not use voice dialing on the cellular phone during
handsfree device connection.
Tips
• Speak in the same way as you did when you stored
the voice tag.
• Store a voice tag while seated in the car, via this unit
with "Bluetooth Phone" source selected.
30
(handsfree).

Music streaming

Listening to music from an audio

device

You can listen to music of an audio device on this
unit if the audio device supports A2DP
(Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) of
Bluetooth technology.
1
Connect this unit and the Bluetooth
audio device (page 26).
" " appears during connection.
2
Turn down the volume on this unit.
3
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly until
"Bluetooth Audio" appears.
4
Operate the audio device to start
playback.
5
Adjust the volume on this unit.
Adjusting the volume level
The volume level is adjustable for any difference
between the unit and the Bluetooth audio device.
1 Start playback of the Bluetooth audio device at
a moderate volume.
2 Set your usual listening volume on the unit.
3 Press the select button.
4 Rotate the control dial to select "Bluetooth
Audio Level," then press the select button.
5 Rotate the control dial to adjust the input level
("+18dB" – "0dB" – "–8dB").

Operating an audio device with this

unit

You can perform the following operations on this
unit if the audio device supports AVRCP (Audio
Video Remote Control Profile) of Bluetooth
technology. (The operation differs depending on
the audio device.)
To
Press
(6) (PAUSE)*
Play
(6) (PAUSE)*
Pause
(SEEK) –/+ (./>) [once
Skip tracks
for each track]
and hold (SEEK) –/+ (./
Reverse/
>)
Fastforward
(1) (REP) on this unit*
Repeat play
(2) (SHUF) on this unit*
Shuffle play
(3)/(4) (ALBUM –/+)
Skip albums
1
on this unit
1
on this unit
2
2

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