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HONDA Ridgeline Navigation Manual: Improving Voice Recognition

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Anytime you are not sure of what voice
commands are available on a screen,
you can always say "Help" at any
screen. The system can then read the list
of commands to you.
When you speak a command, the system
generally either repeats the command as
a confirmation or asks you for further
information. If you do not wish to hear
this feedback, you can turn it off. See
the Voice Recognition Feedback
setting in Set up.

Improving Voice Recognition

To achieve optimum voice recognition,
the following guidelines should be
followed:
NOTE:
Make sure the correct screen is
displayed for the voice command that
you are using. See Voice Command
Index on page 118.
Adjust the airflow from both the
dashboard and side vents so they do
not blow against the microphone on
the ceiling. Place your hand over the
microphone; if you feel any airflow,
adjust the vents.
Close the windows and the sunroof.
• Set the fan speed to 1 or 2.
• After pressing the Talk button, wait
for the beep, then give a voice
command.
• Give a voice command in a clear,
natural speaking voice without
pausing between words.
Getting Started
• If the system cannot recognize your
command, speak louder.
• If the microphone picks up voices
other than yours, the system may not
interpret your voice commands
correctly.
• If you are still having trouble with the
voice control system, refer to Voice
Command Help on the
Information screen.
Navigation System
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