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P/N 00X31-
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-8200
© 2013Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

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   Summary of Contents for Honda 00X31-TK8-8200

  • Page 1: Navigation Manual

    4 Odyssey Navigation Manual (Unlinked) This document does not contain hyperlinks and may be formatted for printing instead of web use. This is due to changes in content and specifications of the vehicle that happen throughout the model year. This manual will be replaced with a hyperlinked version at the end of the model year.

  • Page 2

    The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd., reserves the right, however, to discontinue or change specifications or design at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Quick Reference Guide 2 System Setup P. 19 Start-up 20 Voice Control System 22 Interface Settings 25 Personal Information 36 Routing 49 Guidance 57 Map 65 Data Reset 81 Touchscreen 82 System Setup P.19 2 Navigation P. 83 Entering a Destination 84 Calculating the Route 108 Driving to Your Destination 110 Map Menu 116...

  • Page 4

    Overview—Functions at a Glance Navigation You can select any place/landmark as a destination by using voice control or the Interface Dial. The navigation system gives you turn-by-turn driving directions to your destination. Store home address (P42) Register home address. Store contacts (P37) Store up to contacts in an address book.

  • Page 5: Other Features

    Audio The advanced audio system provides clear, well-defined sound and makes the most of your music. Enjoy listening to a variety of audio sources, such as: FM/AM Radio iPod® (P147) (P177) Internet Radio XM® Radio (P153) (P189) USB Flash Drive Compact Disc (P193) (P158)

  • Page 6: Touchscreen

    System Controls Navigation Screen Touchscreen PHONE Button (P206) NAV Button (P84) BACK Button a (Display Mode) Microphone (P22) Button (P70) Interface Dial/ENTER MODE Button Button (P7) (P142) INFO Button VOL Button (P142) MENU Button FRONT RONT REAR REAR FRONT AUDIO AUDIO A UDIO AUDIO...

  • Page 7

    Voice Control Operation  The audio system is muted during voice Voice Portal Screen On the Menu Screen control mode.  You can use other voice commands on a Press and release the d (Talk) button a Press and release the d (Talk) button the Voice Portal screen.

  • Page 8

    Touchscreen Basic Operation Shortcuts (P140) Shortcut icons More Audio Source Select to display the menu items. Select to change an audio source. Menu Items Source List Icons Presets  AM, FM, XM, Pandora® , Aha Select to store a station. : Select the preset station (AM/FM/Pandora®/Aha ) or category (XM).

  • Page 9

    Interface Dial/ENTER Button Operation You will see these icons in each chapter. Rotate dial Press ENTER They represent how you can operate the Interface Dial. Changes scale Selects function Press ENTER Selects map icon Map screens Rotate dial Map screens Move up Move left Move down...

  • Page 10: Using Voice Control

    How to Enter Information You can enter information (e.g., city names, street names, personal names, and business names comprising letters, numbers, and symbols) when prompted on input screens by two different methods. Using Voice Control Using the Interface Dial When you see d in this manual, voice commands are available for Rotate i to highlight a character.

  • Page 11: Map Screen Legend

    Good reception No icon: Poor/No reception State routes Verified streets Unverified streets One-way streets Map scale (P76) Landmark icons (P67) Acura dealer Feature areas Honda dealer Airport/Business Park Water Area Hospital School Cemetery Parking lot Shopping Mall University Golf Course...

  • Page 12: During Route Guidance, Map Menu

    During Route Guidance During route guidance, route information is displayed on the map screen and guidance screen. Press the NAV button to toggle between the map and guidance screen. Map Screen Map Menu Contains map or routing options. Tracking dots Calculated route (P113) (P110)

  • Page 13: Going Home

    Navigation—Home Addresses and Going Home The “Home” feature automatically routes you to your home address from any location simply by selecting Go Home, or saying d “Go Home.” Storing Your Home Address Going Home e Enter a name. a Press the SETTINGS a From the map screen, SETTINGS button.

  • Page 14

    Navigation—Entering a Destination Enter your destination using one of several methods, then follow route guidance on the map or guidance screen to your destination. You can also perform these steps using d voice commands. e Rotate i to select your destination h Rotate i to select Set as a From the map screen, street from the list.

  • Page 15: Adding A Waypoint, Changing Your Destination

    Navigation—Changing Route or Destination You can alter your route by adding waypoints to visit, adding streets to avoid, or changing your destination during route guidance. Adding a Waypoint Canceling Your Route f Select the icon category and location (“Pit Stop”) to add to the Destination List when a Press the MENU button.

  • Page 16: Basic Operation

    Rear Entertainment System (P245) The rear passengers can enjoy a wide array of audio/visual sources with the Rear Entertainment System (RES). The rear passengers can use wireless headphones and operate the system with the rear control panel. Overhead Screen and Rear Control Panel Basic Operation Select the audio source.

  • Page 17: Voice Help

    Voice Help This navigation system comes with voice help, which shows you what command to say when using the voice command functions. Command Help Getting Started Tutorial e Press and release the d (Talk) button. a Press and release the d (Talk) a Move r and rotate i to select button.

  • Page 18: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting (P279) For more Information How do I turn on the navigation system voice guidance? Why does the vehicle position icon on the map “lag” a short distance behind my actual position, especially at intersections? 1. Press the SETTINGS button. Rotate i to select System This is normal.

  • Page 19

    How to Use This Manual This section explains different methods on how you can easily find information in this manual. Searching the Table of Contents (P1) Contents Contents Two types of Tables of Contents help you find your desired information. More Detailed Contents Table of Contents...

  • Page 20

    After following the menu tree, step-by-step instructions explain how to achieve the desired result. MENU button Menu Tree The menu tree helps guide you through the system’s menu options. To get to your desired function, follow the menu tree in order of the steps shown.

  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    System Setup This section describes the start-up procedure and the navigation and setup functions. Start-up .............. 20 Guidance ............57 Touchscreen............82 Voice Control System ........22 Guidance Mode ..........58 Changing the Screen Settings ......82 Command Input ..........22 Street Name Guidance ........

  • Page 22

    Start-up Start-up The navigation system starts automatically when you set the power mode to ACCESSORY or ON. At start-up, the following Confirmation screen is displayed. If the navigation system loses power at any time, you may need to press and hold the 9 (Power) 1.

  • Page 23

    Start-up ■ Limitations for Manual Operation Certain manual functions are disabled Disabled option or inoperable while the vehicle is in motion. You cannot select a grayed- out option using the Interface Dial until the vehicle is stopped. Voice commands are still operable while the vehicle is in motion.

  • Page 24: Command Input

    Voice Control System d (Talk) Button Your vehicle has a voice control system that allows hands-free operation of most of the navigation system functions. When you press the d (Talk) button, the system The voice control system uses the d (Talk) and J (Hang-Up/Back) buttons on prompts you to say a voice command and gives examples.

  • Page 25: Voice Recognition

    Voice Control SystemVoice Recognition Voice Recognition Voice Recognition To achieve optimum voice recognition when using the navigation voice control system: The voice control system can only be used from the driver’s seat because the microphone unit Make sure the correct screen is displayed for the voice command that you are removes noises from the front passenger’s side.

  • Page 26

    Voice Control SystemVoice Recognition Settings Voice Recognition Settings H SETTINGS button   System Settings Voice Rec Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Volume: Adjusts the voice prompt volume level. Voice Prompt: Turns the voice prompt on or off. On (factory default): Provides the voice prompts.

  • Page 27: Display Settings

    Interface Settings Display Settings H SETTINGS button   System Settings Display Display Settings Adjusts the screen’s preferences. You can set separate daytime and nighttime 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press settings for Brightness, Contrast, and Black Level. Adjust each setting when the display is in either daytime or nighttime mode.

  • Page 28

    Interface SettingsSound and Beep Settings Sound and Beep Settings H SETTINGS button   System Settings Sound/Beep Sound and Beep Settings Changes the system sound and beep settings. Volume Rotate i to select an item. Press u. If you set Volume to 0, you will not hear route guidance or voice command confirmations.

  • Page 29: Clock Adjustment

    Interface SettingsClock Adjustment Clock Adjustment H SETTINGS button  System Settings Clock Clock Adjustment Set the automatic adjustment of the system clock for daylight saving and Auto Time Zone international time zones. If you live and work in two different time zones, Rotate i to select an item.

  • Page 30

    Interface SettingsClock Adjustment ■ Setting the Clock Type H SETTINGS button     System Settings Clock Clock/Wallpaper Type Clock 1. Rotate i to select an option to change the design. Press u. 2. Move r to select OK. Press u. ■...

  • Page 31

    Interface SettingsWallpaper Settings Wallpaper Settings Wallpaper Settings Select, delete, and import wallpaper pictures for display on the screen. When importing wallpaper files, the image ■ Import wallpaper must be in the USB flash drive’s root directory. Images in a folder cannot be imported. H SETTINGS button ...

  • Page 32

    Interface SettingsWallpaper Settings ■ Select wallpaper Select wallpaper From the pop-up menu, rotate to select Preview H SETTINGS button     System Settings Clock Clock/Wallpaper Type and press to see a preview at full-size screen. Wallpaper To go back to the previous screen, press to select 1.

  • Page 33

    Interface SettingsWallpaper Settings ■ Delete wallpaper Delete wallpaper You cannot delete the factory default images. H SETTINGS button     System Settings Clock Clock/Wallpaper Type Wallpaper 1. Rotate i to select a previously imported wallpaper that you want to delete.

  • Page 34: Unit Settings

    Interface SettingsUnit Settings Unit Settings H SETTINGS button    System Settings Others Units Sets the map units to either miles (factory default) or kilometers (km). Rotate i to select the map unit. Press u.

  • Page 35: Language Settings

    Interface SettingsLanguage Settings Language Settings H SETTINGS button    System Settings Others Language Language Settings Set the system language used on all screens. You can choose from three languages: Voice confirmation of cities and streets only occurs when English is the system language. English, Français (French), Español (Spanish).

  • Page 36: Background Color

    Interface SettingsBackground Color Background Color H SETTINGS button    System Settings Others Background Color Changes the background color of the navigaiton screen and the touchscreen. Rotate i to select a desired color. Press u.

  • Page 37

    Interface SettingsHeader Clock Display Header Clock Display H SETTINGS button    System Settings Others Header Clock Display Selects whether the clock display comes on. Rotate i to select an option. Press The following option are available: On (factory default): The system displays the clock in the navigation screen. Off: Disables the feature.

  • Page 38

    Personal Information H SETTINGS button   Navi Settings Personal Info Personal Information Use the personal information menu to select and set your address books, home Personal information cannot be backed up or address, and PINs. You can also delete unwanted destinations from the list of moved to another navigation system.

  • Page 39: Address Book

    Personal InformationAddress Book Address Book H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Personal Info Address Book Address Book Store up to 200 address entries in the address book. You can add, edit, and delete If you have PIN-protected your address book, enter your PIN when prompted.

  • Page 40

    Personal InformationAddress Book 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press The following items are available: Name: Edits the name of the entry. Address: Edits the address of the entry. Phone No.: Edits the phone number of the entry. Category: Specifies the category of the entry. Alert: Alerts you when you approach the address entry.

  • Page 41

    Personal InformationAddress Book The following items are available: Adding an Address Book Entry Current Position: Select your current location. When you use Place Name or Place Category, the phone number is automatically entered. Address: Enter an address on the character input screen when prompted. P.

  • Page 42

    Personal InformationAddress Book ■ Selecting an Address Book Category Selecting an Address Book Category You can have up to 100 categories (including H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Personal Info Address Book “Unfiled”). 1. Rotate i to select an address. If you delete a category that is used by other Press u.

  • Page 43

    Personal InformationAddress Book ■ Deleting an Address Book Entry Deleting an Address Book Entry H SETTINGS button When you transfer the vehicle to a third party,    Navi Settings Personal Info Address Book delete all address book entries. 1.

  • Page 44: Home Address

    Personal InformationHome Address Home Address H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Personal Info Edit Go Home Home Addresses Set a home address that you frequently use. If you have PIN-protected your home addresses, enter your PIN when prompted. Press u to 1.

  • Page 45: Pin Numbers

    Personal InformationPIN Numbers PIN Numbers H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Personal Info PIN Number PIN Numbers Set a four-digit PIN for protecting personal addresses and your home address. Once you set a PIN, you are prompted to enter it whenever you access a personal address Personal Identification Number (PIN) is a or a home address.

  • Page 46: Previous Destination

    Personal InformationPrevious Destination Previous Destination H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Personal Info Previous Destination Previous Destinations The navigation system maintains a list of your previously routed destinations as a Up to 50 destinations can be stored. shortcut for entering the same destination in the future. You can delete some or all To cancel the selection of a previous destination, of your previous destinations from the list.

  • Page 47: Category History

    Personal InformationCategory History Category History H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Personal Info Category History Category History The navigation system maintains a list of your recently used place categories as a Up to 50 categories can be stored. shortcut for selecting the same categories in the future.

  • Page 48

    Personal InformationDownload POI Download POI Import custom Points of Interest (POI) into the navigation system and set the POI as a destination. You can also add, edit, and delete POIs. ■ Importing POI Categories Importing POI Data H MENU button (on map) For more information about connecting a USB ...

  • Page 49

    Personal InformationDownload POI 3. Rotate i to select a category to import. Press u. ■ Editing POI Categories H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Personal Info Download POI 1. Rotate i to select the downloaded POI category to edit. Press u.

  • Page 50

    Personal InformationDownload POI 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press The following items are available: Alert Setting: Alerts you when you approach the places/landmarks in the category. On: Beeps and displays a message when your vehicle gets near the places/ landmarks in the category.

  • Page 51

    Routing H SETTINGS button   Navi Settings Routing Choose various settings that determine the navigation system functionality during route calculation. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Route Preference: Changes the route preferences (calculating method). P.

  • Page 52: Route Preference

    RoutingRoute Preference Route Preference H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Routing Route Preference Route Preference Change the route preference by selecting minimum or maximum driving methods. The calculated route may be the shortest route or 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press the route you would choose.

  • Page 53: Unverified Routing

    RoutingUnverified Routing Unverified Routing H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Routing Unverified Routing Unverified Routing Receive turn-by-turn map and voice guidance in unverified areas. Unverified roads are found in rural areas, and Rotate i to select On or Off. Press typically include residential streets away from the center of a town.

  • Page 54

    RoutingUnverified Routing Differences On (factory default) Cautionary Cautionary pop-up screens and Cautionary pop-up screens and messages voice announcements remind you to voice announcements remind you obey all traffic restrictions when to obey all traffic restrictions starting route guidance, when entering an unverified approaching an unverified area, and street.

  • Page 55: Traffic Rerouting

    RoutingTraffic Rerouting Traffic Rerouting H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Routing Traffic Rerouting Traffic Rerouting A faster route can be calculated based on continuously updated traffic information. You must be in or near a traffic-enabled city to P. 120 Traffic Rerouting™...

  • Page 56: Edit Poi Search Radius Along Route

    RoutingEdit POI Search Radius Along Route Edit POI Search Radius Along Route H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Routing Edit POI Search Radius Edit POI Search Radius Along Route Along Route The search distance does not affect the search Select the distance from your highlighted route line (on either side of your route) range used for the Find Nearest voice commands that the system will search for a waypoint.

  • Page 57: Avoided Area

    RoutingAvoided Area Avoided Area H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Routing Avoided Area Avoided Area Specify up to five areas to avoid (e.g., road construction, closures), if possible, when The maximum size of an “avoid area” is the system calculates routes to your destination. approximately 1 square mile.

  • Page 58

    RoutingAvoided Area 5. Rotate i to select a method for Avoided Area specifying the area. Press u. Avoid area can be set in the 1/20, 1/8, or 1/4 mile map scales. The following options are available: Address: Specify the general area by entering an address. P.

  • Page 59

    Guidance H SETTINGS button   Navi Settings Guidance Choose various settings that determine the navigation system functionality during route guidance. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Guidance Mode: Sets whether to display only the map screen or a split map- guidance screen.

  • Page 60: Guidance Mode

    GuidanceGuidance Mode Guidance Mode H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Guidance Guidance mode Guidance Mode Select the display mode for the map and guidance screens. The guidance mode can also be selected from Rotate i to select an option. Press the map menu.

  • Page 61

    GuidanceGuidance Mode Direction List: Displays the map and direction list simultaneously on the map screen. When you approach a guidance point, the next guidance point appears. Direction List screen Next Maneuver screen Near the next guidance point Guidance direction list Next guidance point Next Maneuver: Displays the map and next guidance point simultaneously on the map screen.

  • Page 62: Street Name Guidance

    GuidanceStreet Name Guidance Street Name Guidance H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Guidance Street Name Guidance Street Name Guidance The navigation system includes the street names during voice guidance (e.g., “Turn This feature is only available when the system right on Main Street”).

  • Page 63: Non-map Screens

    GuidanceNon-map screens Models without LaneWatch Non-map screens H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Guidance Non-map screens The navigation system temporarily interrupts the screen display to view the guidance screen as you approach a guidance point. Rotate i to select an option. Press The following options are available: On: The guidance screen interrupts other mode screens (e.g., audio, phone, etc, except the rear view camera mode).

  • Page 64: Next Maneuver Pop Up

    GuidanceNext Maneuver Pop up Models with LaneWatch Next Maneuver Pop up H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Guidance Next Maneuver Pop up The navigation system temporarily interrupts the screen display to view the guidance screen as you approach a guidance point. Rotate i to select an item.

  • Page 65: Guidance Point

    GuidanceGuidance Point Guidance Point H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Guidance Guidance Point Set the guidance point to display on the map screen. Rotate i to select an option. Press The following options are available: Destination (factory default): Displays the remaining/arrival time and distance to the destination.

  • Page 66: Estimated Time

    GuidanceEstimated Time Estimated Time H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Guidance Estimated Time Select the estimated time to display on the screen. Rotate i to select an option. Press The following options are available: Arrival: Displays the arrival time to the destination or the next waypoint. Remaining (factory default): Displays the remaining time to the destination or the next waypoint.

  • Page 67

    H SETTINGS button   Navi Settings Select the landmark icons to display on the map, change the orientation of the map, display your current location, and learn the meaning of the icons, colors, and symbols displayed on the map. Rotate i to select an item.

  • Page 68

    MapEstimated Time Current Location: Displays and saves your current location. P. 74 Current Location Map Legend: Displays an overview of the map features. P. 75 Map Legend Display Tracking: Sets whether to display the tracking dots on the map. P. 79 Display Tracking Delete Tracking: Deletes the tracking dots on the map.

  • Page 69: Showing Icons On Map

    MapShowing Icons on Map Showing Icons on Map H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Show Icon on Map Showing Icons on Map Select the icons that are displayed on the map. You can display or hide the icons using voice 1.

  • Page 70

    MapShowing Icons on Map ■ Fine-tuning the Icons Icons in some categories can be fine-tuned to display or hide. 1. Rotate i to select the icons to display on the map. Press u. Pressing u toggles the icon  display on or off. ...

  • Page 71

    MapColor Color Set separate map colors for Day and Night modes. ■ Color (Day) Color (Day) Set to White (factory default is Beige) to obtain H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Color (Day) the best daytime display contrast. Rotate i to select a color for the Day mode.

  • Page 72: Switching Display Mode Manually

    MapColor ■ Switching Display Mode Manually Switching Display Mode Manually A visual guide helps you see the difference Set the screen brightness separately for Day and Night modes. Press the a between Day and Night modes. (Display mode) button to cycle through the display modes (Day to Night to Off). 2 Day or Night Mode P.

  • Page 73

    MapColor Illumination Priority Operation control a button Selects Day, Night, or Off display mode. This button has the highest priority and overrides all other display control adjustments listed below. Remember: Once you press this button, you assume full manual control of the display mode until the power mode is set to VEHICLE OFF (LOCK).

  • Page 74: View (map Orientation)

    MapView (Map Orientation) View (Map Orientation) H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings View View (Map Orientation) Select the map orientation. d “Display Heading-up” (on Voice Portal screen), d “Display North-up” (on Voice Portal Rotate i to select an option. Press screen), d “Display 3D map”...

  • Page 75: D Angle Adjustment, Straight Line Guide

    Map3D Angle Adjustment 3D Angle Adjustment H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings 3D Angle Adjustment Adjust the viewing angle. Rotate i to adjust the angle. Press Straight Line Guide H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Straight Line Guide Set whether to display a straight guideline to the destination or waypoint Rotate i to select an option.

  • Page 76: Current Location

    MapCurrent Location Current Location H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Current Location Current Location Display and save your current location for future use as a destination. The address, d “Display Current Location” (on Voice Portal latitude, longitude, and elevation of your current location are displayed. screen) You can also save the current location by saying ■...

  • Page 77: Map Legend

    MapMap Legend Map Legend H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Map Legend Map Legend See an overview of the map lines, areas, routes, traffic information, and navigation A visual guide helps you see the map legend. icons. 2 Map Screen Legend P. 9 Move w or y select an item.

  • Page 78

    MapMap Legend ■ Map Scale and Functions Map Scale and Functions You can change the map scale using voice The functions that are available from the map screen depend on the map scale. commands on the Voice Portal screen (e.g., say d “Display 2 mile scale”).

  • Page 79

    Map Icons and Functions You can display or hide the icons using voice Display or hide all icons on the map screen, with the exception of Honda/Acura commands on the map screen (e.g., say d Dealer icons which are always shown.

  • Page 80

    MapMap Legend ■ Traffic icon Traffic Incident When you use the Interface Dial to position the Icon display Icon Icon Type cursor (round red circle) over the traffic incident control selectable searchable icon, you can view the summary of the incident. Traffic incident Press u on the traffic incident icon to view a pop-up message describing the incident in detail.

  • Page 81: Display Tracking

    MapDisplay Tracking Display Tracking H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Display Tracking The navigation system can be set to display white tracking dots (“breadcrumbs”) on the map screen. Rotate i to select an option. Press The following options are available: On: The system displays the white tracking dots.

  • Page 82: Correct Vehicle Position

    MapCorrect Vehicle Position Correct Vehicle Position H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings Correct Vehicle Position Correct Vehicle Position Manually adjust the current position of the vehicle as displayed on the map screen if An apparent position error can occur where the position appears to be incorrect.

  • Page 83: Defaulting All The Settings

    Data Reset Defaulting All the Settings H SETTINGS button    System Settings Others Factory Data Reset Defaulting All the Settings Reset all the menu and customized settings as the factory defaults. When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, 1.

  • Page 84: Changing The Screen Settings

    Touchscreen Changing the Screen Settings Changing the Screen Settings Adjusts the screen settings of the touchscreen 1. Select More. Select to go back to the previous screen. 2. Select Screen Settings. Use the icons to turn the page. 3. Use N, B or other icons to adjust the setting.

  • Page 85: Table Of Contents

    Navigation This section describes how to enter a destination, select a route to take, and follow the route to your destination. It also describes how to change your route or destination along the way. Entering a Destination ......84 Calculating the Route ......108 Editing the Destination List ....

  • Page 86

    Entering a Destination H MENU button (on map) Entering a Destination This section describes how to enter a destination for route guidance. “Display Destination”, “Display Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Navigation” Select More Search Methods to If you press the MENU button when en route, the Route Option screen is displayed.

  • Page 87

    Entering a Destination Go Home: Sets your home address as a destination. Entering a Destination P. 11 2 Going Home ZAGAT provides restaurant information only in the U.S. Place Category: Sets a destination by selecting a place/landmark. P. 94 2 Place Category Place Name: Sets a destination by entering a place name.

  • Page 88

    Entering a DestinationAddress Address H MENU button  Address Enter an address to use as the destination. The state or province you are currently in is displayed (e.g., California). Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: City: Selects your destination city.

  • Page 89

    Entering a DestinationAddress ■ Selecting the State or Province Selecting the State or Province Move w or y to select the following areas: H MENU button   Address Change State Rotate i to select a state from the USA for the U.S. mainland, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico list.

  • Page 90

    Entering a DestinationAddress 3. Rotate i to select the destination city from the list. Press u.  Next, you are prompted to enter a street name. P. 89 2 Selecting a Street Selecting a City Vehicle position may not be displayed when: The automobile is traveling off-road.

  • Page 91

    Entering a DestinationAddress 2. Rotate i to select your Selecting a City destination city from the list. Press If your city is not listed, it may be part of a larger metropolitan area. Try entering the street first. Selecting a Street ...

  • Page 92

    Entering a DestinationAddress 2. Rotate i to select your Selecting a Street destination street from the list. If you did not select a city first and there is more Press u. than one city with the specified street, a list of cities is displayed.

  • Page 93

    Entering a DestinationAddress ■ Selecting a Street by House Number H MENU button   Address House Number 1. Enter the house number.  Only a valid house number can be entered. 2. Move r to select OK. Press u. ...

  • Page 94

    Entering a DestinationAddress Book Address Book H MENU button  Address Book Address Book Select an address stored in your address book to use as the destination. If you have PIN-protected your address book, enter your PIN when prompted. Press u to 1.

  • Page 95

    Entering a DestinationPrevious Destination Previous Destination H MENU button  Previous Destination Previous Destination Select an address from a list of your 50 most recent destinations to use as the If Previous Destination is grayed out, there are destination. The list is displayed with the most recent destination at the top. no previous destinations entered.

  • Page 96: Place Category

    Entering a DestinationPlace Category Place Category H MENU button  Place Category Place Category Select the category of a place (e.g., Banking, Lodging, Restaurant) stored in the map This option is convenient if you do not know the database to search for the destination. exact name of a place or if you want to narrow down the number of matches returned for places 1.

  • Page 97

    Entering a DestinationPlace Category 3. Rotate i to select an item. Press Place Category The straight line distance (as the crow flies, not driving distance) and direction to the destination are shown for the highlighted place. Restaurants with a z icon have a ZAGAT® review.

  • Page 98: Place Name

    Entering a DestinationPlace Name Place Name H MENU button  Place Name Place Name Enter the name of a place (e.g., business, hotel, restaurant) stored in the map This option is convenient if you know the exact database to use as the destination. name of a place.

  • Page 99

    Entering a DestinationPlace Name ■ Place Name in Multiple Categories Place Name in Multiple Categories Matching letters are in highlighted. If the place name is in multiple categories in the map database, the following screen is displayed. 1. Rotate i to select a place name. Press u.

  • Page 100

    Entering a DestinationPlace Name 3. Rotate i to select a place. Press Place Name in Multiple Categories Move r to select Sort by City or Sort by Distance. 4. Set the route to your destination. P. 108 2 Calculating the Route...

  • Page 101: Place Phone Number

    Entering a DestinationPlace Phone Number Place Phone Number H MENU button   More Search Methods Place Phone Number Place Phone Number Select a destination by phone number. Only phone numbers in the database are All 10 digits must be entered. recognized.

  • Page 102

    Entering a DestinationZAGAT 2. Rotate i to select the sort method used to list the restaurants. Press u. The following options are available: Food, Décor, Service: Lists the restaurants by the rating value. Cost: Lists the restaurants by the average cost of a meal (including drink and tip). 3.

  • Page 103

    Entering a DestinationZAGAT ■ ZAGAT Review ZAGAT Review Scrolling through the review is disabled while the The ZAGAT® survey for some restaurants is included in the database and displayed vehicle is moving. when entering a restaurant as a destination. You can view an explanation of the ZAGAT provides restaurant information only in data displayed for the surveyed restaurants.

  • Page 104

    Entering a DestinationDownload POI Download POI H MENU button   More Search Methods Download POI Download POI Move r and rotate i to select the following Select a place imported into the navigation system as the destination. 1. Rotate i to select a category items: from the list.

  • Page 105: Scenic Route

    Entering a DestinationScenic Route Scenic Route H MENU button   More Search Methods Scenic Route Scenic Route Select a scenic road as a destination (U.S. and Canada only). If you select a scenic road that runs through 1. Rotate i to select a state. Press multiple states, only the portion of the road in the selected state is displayed.

  • Page 106

    Entering a DestinationIntersection Intersection H MENU button   More Search Methods Intersection Intersection Select the intersection of two streets as the destination. The state or province for It is usually easier to select Street to find the your current location is displayed at the top of the screen (e.g., California). streets first.

  • Page 107: Map Input

    Entering a DestinationMap Input Map Input H MENU button   More Search Methods Map Input Use the Interface Dial to manually select an icon or a location on the map screen as the destination. You are prompted to define the map area to display. 1.

  • Page 108

    Entering a DestinationMap Input 2. Scroll the map to position the Map Input cursor over your desired Auto Zoom destination, adjusting the map Press u repeatedly on the map to zoom in (to scale as necessary. the scale 1/4 mile) while scrolling the map. ...

  • Page 109

    Entering a DestinationCoordinate Coordinate H MENU button   More Search Methods Coordinate Coordinate Specify a location using latitude and longitude map coordinates. Latitude and longitude must be entered up to the seconds’ value. 1. Enter the latitude and select OK. 2.

  • Page 110

    Calculating the Route Calculating the Route This section describes how to calculate your route. 1. Rotate i to select Set as The straight line distance (as the crow flies, not Destination. Press u. driving distance) and direction to the destination are shown.

  • Page 111: Viewing The Routes

    Calculating the RouteViewing the Routes Viewing the Routes Viewing the Routes View three different routes to your destination. Rotate i to select a route. Press u. It is not unusual for some calculated route options to be identical. The travel distance and estimated travel time is displayed for each route.

  • Page 112: Viewing The Route

    Driving to Your Destination This section describes how to follow the route guidance to your destination, receive traffic information and choose the icons displayed on the map screen. Viewing the Route Viewing the Route d “Display Map” ■ Map Screen You can change the map scale using voice commands (e.g., say d “Display 2 mile scale”).

  • Page 113: Guidance Screen

    Driving to Your DestinationViewing the Route ■ Guidance Screen Guidance Screen A visual guide helps you check the guidance The guidance screen offers an alternative way to view your route. screen. 2 Guidance Screen P. 10 The next guidance point is displayed as you approach each guidance point on the route.

  • Page 114: Route Line

    Driving to Your DestinationViewing the Route ■ Route Line Route Line You can set Unverified Routing to Off to When driving on verified streets, the route line is light blue. The route line display follow your own route to the destination. If changes when driving on unverified streets: Unverified Routing is On, be aware that unverified streets may not be displayed...

  • Page 115: Deviating From The Planned Route

    Driving to Your DestinationViewing the Route ■ Deviating From the Planned Route If you leave the calculated route, the system automatically recalculates a route to the desired destination based on your current location and direction. P. 50 2 Route Preference Tracking Dots ■...

  • Page 116: Listening To Voice Guidance

    Driving to Your DestinationListening to Voice Guidance Listening to Voice Guidance H ENTER button (on map)  Voice Listening to Voice Guidance d “Voice” (on the map screen) As you approach each guidance point, a pop-up window is displayed on the map screen with instructions for you to follow.

  • Page 117: Reaching A Waypoint

    Driving to Your DestinationReaching a Waypoint Reaching a Waypoint When you reach a waypoint, a pop-up message is displayed. You can continue or pause the route guidance. Rotate i to select No to pause the route guidance. Press u. Select Yes to continue the guidance.

  • Page 118: Displaying The Map Menu

    Map Menu Displaying the Map Menu Map Menu Use the Map Menu to control the icons displayed on the screen and to display traffic information and messages. You can also use the Map Menu to find locations or to If you scroll the map while en route, press the cancel the route.

  • Page 119

    Map MenuDisplaying the Map Menu Map Menu Map/Guidance: Allows you to select the map and guidance settings (display mode, icons to display on the map, map orientation, map color, and 3D view Directions angle), display your current location and an overview of the map features. The system provides freeway exit information P.

  • Page 120

    Map MenuDirections Directions H ENTER button (on map)  Directions Directions Display a list of the guidance points on your route for your confirmation. Guidance points with exit information are 1. Rotate i to select a guidance indicated by a (freeway exit information) icon.

  • Page 121

    Map MenuDirections ■ Freeway Exit Information Freeway Exit Information d “Display Freeway Exit Information” H ENTER button (on map)   Directions Exit Info You can scroll the map and select a (freeway Display a list of the freeway exits for the route. You can view freeway exit exit information) icon on the map screen to information (whether the exit is near gas stations, restaurants, ATMs, etc.) and add display the freeway exit information.

  • Page 122

    Map MenuTraffic Rerouting™ Traffic Rerouting™ Traffic Rerouting When driving to your destination, the system automatically searches for a faster route based on traffic flow information and traffic incidents. Automatic traffic rerouting may not provide a P. 9 detour route depending on circumstances. 2 Map Screen Legend P.

  • Page 123

    Map MenuTraffic Rerouting™ 2. Rotate i to select Avoid. Press Traffic Rerouting™ Manually You can choose to avoid up to 10 traffic incidents. It is not always possible for the system  Repeat step 1 to 2 as necessary. to calculate a route that avoids all traffic incidents or specific traffic incidents you select.

  • Page 124

    Changing Your Route H MENU button (when en route) Changing Your Route d “Display Destination”, d “Display This section describes how to alter your route, add an interim “waypoint” (pit stop), choose a different destination, cancel your current destination, and continue your Navigation”...

  • Page 125: Canceling The Route, Pausing The Route

    Changing Your RoutePausing the Route Change Route Preference: Changes the route preferences (calculating method). P. 50 2 Route Preference Detour: Calculates a detour route. P. 130 2 Taking a Detour Avoid Streets: Avoids streets along your route. P. 130 2 Avoiding Streets Pausing the Route Pausing the Route You can also pause your route from the Map...

  • Page 126: Adding Waypoints

    Changing Your RouteAdding Waypoints Adding Waypoints Adding Waypoints Add up to four waypoints (pit stops) along the route to your destination. Waypoints allow you to stop for gas or food, for Waypoints are displayed on the map example, and then continue on to your screen as small, numbered red flags.

  • Page 127

    Changing Your RouteAdding Waypoints ■ Adding Waypoints from the Route Menu Adding Waypoints H MENU button (when en route) Search method    Destination List Add New Destination Find Along Route “Search around” method 1. Rotate i to select a search method to add a waypoint.

  • Page 128

    Changing Your RouteAdding Waypoints 3. Rotate i to select a place. Press  The waypoint is added to the Destination List. 4. Rotate i to select a location and move the order of destinations. Press u. 5. Move r and rotate i to select Start Route.

  • Page 129

    Changing Your RouteAdding Waypoints ■ Adding Waypoints from the Navigation Menu Adding Waypoints from the Navigation Menu You can edit the order of waypoints and H MENU button (when en route)    Destination List Add New Destination destination. Use Nav Menu 2 Editing the Destination List P.

  • Page 130: Editing The Destination List

    Changing Your RouteEditing the Destination List Editing the Destination List ■ Editing the Order of Waypoints Editing the Order of Waypoints Move r to rotate i to select Show All on H MENU button (when en route)  Destination List Map to display the destination and waypoints on 1.

  • Page 131: Deleting Waypoints

    Changing Your RouteEditing the Destination List ■ Deleting Waypoints Deleting Waypoints Move r and rotate i to select Delete All to H MENU button (when en route)  Destination List delete the destination and all the waypoints. 1. Rotate i to select a list item to Select Show on Map to display the waypoint on delete.

  • Page 132: Taking A Detour, Avoiding Streets

    Changing Your RouteTaking a Detour Taking a Detour H MENU button (when en route)  Detour Taking a Detour Calculate a detour route manually. The system attempts to calculate a new route by The detour option is convenient if you encounter avoiding the next 5 miles (while on a freeway) or 1 mile (while on a surface street).

  • Page 133: Find Nearest Place

    Changing Your Destination There are several methods you can use to change the route destination. Find Nearest Place Find Nearest Place d “Find Nearest…” H ENTER button (on map)  Search Nearby The Find Nearest voice command is the fastest Search for the nearest place/landmark on the map screen and set it as your method of specifying a place/landmark as your destination.

  • Page 134: Selecting A Destination On The Map

    Changing Your DestinationSelecting a Destination on the Map Selecting a Destination on the Map Selecting a Destination on the Map Select a new destination when en route by selecting a location on the map. If there is more than one icon or street under the 1.

  • Page 135: Entering A New Destination

    Changing Your DestinationEntering a New Destination Entering a New Destination H MENU button (when en route)  Destination Entering a New Destination d “Display Destination”, d “Display Enter a new destination using the Destination Menu screen even when you are en route.

  • Page 136

    Resuming Your Trip Stop your vehicle en route (e.g., to rest, stop for gas, etc.), and then continue on Resuming Your Trip your route. The Continue Trip screen has the same options as when you calculate a route. If you did not complete your route, the Continue Trip screen is displayed when you 2 Calculating the Route P.

  • Page 137: Table Of Contents

    Audio This section describes how to operate the audio system. You can play music from a wide array of media sources, and control the audio system using the audio buttons, the Interface Dial, or voice control. Audio System ..........136 XM®...

  • Page 138: About Your Audio System

    Audio System About Your Audio System About Your Audio System The audio system features AM/FM radio and the XM® Radio service. It can also play audio CDs, WMA/MP3/AAC files, Hard Disc Drive (HDD) audio, USB flash drives, and XM® Radio is available on a subscription basis iPod®, iPhone®...

  • Page 139: Usb Port

    Audio SystemUSB Port USB Port Install the iPod® or iPhone® dock USB Port connector or the USB flash drive to Do not leave the iPod® or USB flash drive in the USB port. the vehicle. Direct sunlight and high temperatures may damage it. Do not connect the iPod®...

  • Page 140: Auxiliary Input Jack

    Audio SystemAuxiliary Input Jack Auxiliary Input Jack Use the jack to connect standard Auxiliary Input Jack audio devices. You can return to the AUX mode by selecting 1. Open the AUX cover. Change Source on the Audio menu screen or Audio Source on the touchscreen.

  • Page 141: Audio System Theft Protection

     If you do not enter code correctly after 10 tries, leave the system for one hour You can register the security code at Honda before trying again, or visit a dealer to have the system reset. Owners (owners.honda.com.), and find...

  • Page 142: Audio P., Setting Audio Shortcuts

    Audio SystemSetting Audio Shortcuts Setting Audio Shortcuts Setting Audio Shortcuts You can store up to six radio stations, and HDD audio album/play lists when playing AM, FM, or XM® radio, or HDD audio. You can also preset a station or song by pressing and holding the preset icon you want to store ■...

  • Page 143

    Audio SystemSetting Audio Shortcuts ■ Deleting a preset station or song 1. Select Shortcuts. 2. Select Edit. 3. Select Delete. 4. Select the preset icon with the radio station or a song you want to delete.

  • Page 144: Steering Wheel Controls

    Audio Remote Controls Steering Wheel Controls Allows you to operate the audio system while driving. Audio Remote Controls MODE Button MODE Button MODE Button VOL Button The CD mode appears only when a CD is loaded. Cycles through the audio modes as follows: The USB mode, iPod®...

  • Page 145

    Audio Settings H SETTINGS button  Audio Settings Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Sound: Adjusts the settings of the audio speaker’s sound. P. 145 Adjusting the Sound Source Select Popup: Selects whether the list of selectable audio sources comes on when the AUDIO button is pressed.

  • Page 146

    Audio SettingsSteering Wheel Controls Update Gracenote Album Info (CD or HDD mode): Updates the Gracenote® Album Info (Gracenote® Media Database) from CD or from USB. P. 175 Updating Gracenote® Album Info DVD Auto Play (DVD mode): Turns the auto play feature on or off. Audio Language (DVD mode): Selects a language for the audio that is available on the DVD.

  • Page 147: Adjusting The Sound

    Audio SettingsAdjusting the Sound Adjusting the Sound Interface Dial Adjusting the Sound H SETTINGS button   Audio Settings Sound The SVC has four modes: Off, Low, Mid, and 1. Rotate i to select the sound High. mode to adjust. Press u. SVC adjusts the volume level based on the 2.

  • Page 148

    Audio SettingsAdjusting the Sound Touchscreen Adjusting the Sound 1. Select More. Select Off, Low, Mid or High for the SVC setting. 2. Select Sound Settings. 2 Adjusting the Sound P. 145 3. Use N, B or other icon to adjust the setting.

  • Page 149: Selecting Fm/am Mode

    Playing FM/AM Radio Selecting FM/AM Mode Interface Dial Playing FM/AM Radio d “Display audio screen” 1. Press the MENU button.(in AUDIO mode) 2. Rotate i to select Change Source. Press u. You can control the AM/FM radio using voice 3. Rotate i to select the frequency band (FM, AM). Press u. commands.

  • Page 150

    Playing FM/AM RadioAudio Screen Control Touchscreen Select b or n to tune the radio frequency. Select c or x to search up and down the selected band for a station with a strong signal. Select Presets to listen a preset station.

  • Page 151: Audio Menu

    Playing FM/AM RadioAudio Menu Audio Menu Interface Dial H MENU button (in FM/AM mode) Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Scan: Scans for stations with a strong signal in the current band and plays a 10- second sample.

  • Page 152

    Playing FM/AM RadioAudio Menu Radio Text: Displays the text information broadcast by the current RDS station. Audio Menu Tag Song*: Displays the TAG information saved to the audio system when an HD iTunes Tagging* Radio station is selected. “iTunes” in “iTunes Tagging” is a trademark of Apple Inc.

  • Page 153

    Playing FM/AM RadioAudio Menu Touchscreen 1. Select More. 2. Select a setting item. The following items are available: Sound Settings: Displays the sound preferences screen. Adjusting the Sound P. 145 Scan: Scans for stations with a strong signal in the current band and plays a 10- second sample.

  • Page 154

    Playing FM/AM RadioAudio Menu ■ Radio Data System H MENU button (in FM mode)  Station List Provides text data information related to your selected RDS-capable FM station. ■ To find an RDS station from Station List Rotate i to select the station. Press ■...

  • Page 155: Selecting Xm® Mode

    Playing XM® Radio Selecting XM® Mode Interface Dial Playing XM® Radio 1. Press the MENU button. (in AUDIO mode) You can control the XM radio using voice commands. 2. Rotate i to select Change Source. Press u. 2 Voice Control Operation P. 5 3.

  • Page 156

    Playing XM® RadioAudio Screen Control Touchscreen Select b or n to display and select an XM® Radio category. Genre AAA Genre AAA Genre AAA Select c or x to the previous or next channel. Channel AAA Channel AAA Channel AAA In channel mode, select and hold to change the channel rapidly.

  • Page 157

    Playing XM® RadioAudio Menu Audio Menu Interface Dial H MENU button (in XM mode) Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Scan: Scans for channels in the selected mode and plays a 10- second sample. Select Cancel Scan to stop scanning and play the current selection.

  • Page 158

    Playing XM® RadioAudio Menu Touchscreen 1. Select More. 2. Select a setting item. The following items are available: Sound Settings: Displays the sound preferences screen. Adjusting the Sound P. 145 Save Preset: Stores the station into the preset memory. Screen Settings: Adjusts the screen’s preferences. P.

  • Page 159: Xm® Radio Service

    Playing XM® RadioXM® Radio Service XM® Radio Service Subscribing to XM® Radio ■ Subscribing to XM® Radio Contact Information for XM® Radio: XM® Radio at www.siriusxm.com or (800) 852- 1. You need your radio ID ready before registering for subscription. To see the ID in the display: Select c on the touchscreen until channel 0 appears.

  • Page 160: Selecting Disc Mode

    Playing a Disc Your audio system supports audio CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs in either MP3, WMA, or Playing a Disc AAC format. With the CD loaded, select the CD mode. NOTICE Do not use CDs with adhesive labels. The label Selecting Disc Mode can cause the CD to jam in the unit.

  • Page 161

    Playing a DiscAudio Screen Control Audio Screen Control Control the audio system through the navigation screen and touchscreen. Interface Dial 1. Rotate i or press u to display the song list. 2. Rotate i, move w or y to select a file from the list. Press u. ...

  • Page 162

    Playing a DiscAudio Menu Audio Menu Interface Dial H MENU button (in CD mode) Rotate i select an item. Press u. The following items are available, depending on the type of disc: Scan: Scan Folders (MP3/WMA/AAC): Provides 10-second sampling of the first file in each of the main folders.

  • Page 163

    Playing a DiscAudio Menu Change Source: Changes the audio source mode. Rec to HDD: Records a music CD onto the HDD for playback using HDD Audio. P. 166 Recording a Music CD to HDD Music Search: Selects a file from the Music Search list. How to Select a File from the Music Search List (MP3/WMA/AAC) P.

  • Page 164

    Playing a DiscAudio Menu ■ How to Select a File from the Music Search List (MP3/WMA/AAC) H MENU button (in CD mode)  Music Search Rotate i, move w or y to select a file from the Music Search list. Press...

  • Page 165: Recommended Cds

    Playing a DiscRecommended CDs Recommended CDs Use only high-quality CD-R or CD-RW discs labeled for audio use. Recommended CDs Use only CD-R or CD-RW discs on which the recordings are closed. A Dual-disc cannot play on this audio unit. If Play only standard round-shaped CDs.

  • Page 166

    Playing a DiscRecommended CDs ■ Protecting CDs Protecting CDs Follow these precautions when handling or storing CDs: NOTICE Store a CD in its case when it is not being played. Do not insert a damaged CD. It may be stuck When wiping a CD, use a soft clean cloth from the center to the outside edge.

  • Page 167: Selecting Hdd Mode

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio The Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio function plays tracks from music CDs that have Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio been recorded onto the built-in HDD. You can arrange the tracks in playlists or play You can control the HDD audio using voice the tracks using various search methods.

  • Page 168: Recording A Cd Manually, Recording A Music Cd To Hdd

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioRecording a Music CD to HDD Recording a Music CD to HDD Recording a Music CD to HDD The songs on music CDs are automatically recorded by factory default to the HDD the first time you play each disc. You can then play the songs directly from the HDD. You can add tracks to user playlists, where you can mix and match tracks from other CDs Recording indicator...

  • Page 169

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Screen Control Audio Screen Control Control the audio system through the navigation screen and touchscreen. Interface Dial 1. Rotate i or u press to display the song list. 2. Rotate i, move w or y to select a track from the list.

  • Page 170

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Menu Audio Menu Interface Dial H MENU button (in HDD mode) Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Scan: Scan Albums: Provides 10-second sampling of the first track in each album. Scan Tracks: Provides 10-second sampling of all tracks on HDD.

  • Page 171

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Menu Touchscreen 1. Select More. 2. Select a setting item. The following items are available: Sound Settings: Displays the sound preferences screen. P. 145 Adjusting the Sound Random/Repeat: The following menu items vary depending on the category you selected by the Music Search list.

  • Page 172

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Menu ■ How to Select a Track from the Music Search List H MENU button (in HDD mode)  Music Search 1. Move w or y to select a search category. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a track from the Music Search list.

  • Page 173

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Menu ■ Editing an Album or Playlist Editing an Album or Playlist The maximum number of songs in each of the six H MENU button (in HDD mode)  Edit/Delete user playlists is 999. Adding new songs 1.

  • Page 174

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Menu ■ Creating a new Playlist H MENU button (in HDD mode)  Edit/Delete Playlists Create New Playlist 1. Enter the playlist name using the interface dial or the touchscreen. 2. Select tracks from the music search list.

  • Page 175: Editing Track Information

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Menu ■ Editing Track Information H MENU button (in HDD mode)   Edit/Delete Tracks Change the track title, artist name, genre and composer. You can also delete tracks. Rotate i select a track you want to edit or delete.

  • Page 176: Displaying Music Information

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Menu ■ Displaying Music Information H MENU button (in HDD mode)  Edit/Delete Music information (album name, artist name, genre) can be acquired by accessing the Gracenote® Album Info. 1. Rotate i to select Albums. Press 2.

  • Page 177

    Update the Gracenote® Album Info (Gracenote® Media Database) that is included Visit http://www.navteq.com/gracenote/ with the navigation system. honda. 1. Insert the update disc into the disc Once you perform an update, any information slot or connect the USB flash drive you edited before will be overwritten or erased.

  • Page 178

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Menu ■ Deleting all HDD Data H SETTINGS button   Audio Settings Delete all HDD Data Delete all music data on the HDD. Rotate i to select Yes. Press u.

  • Page 179

    Playing an iPod® ■ Connecting an iPod® Connecting an iPod® Do not connect your iPod® using a hub. Do not use a device such as a card reader or hard disk drive, as the device or your tracks may be damaged. We recommend backing up your data before using the device in your vehicle.

  • Page 180: Selecting Ipod® Mode

    Playing an iPod®Selecting iPod® Mode Selecting iPod® Mode Playing an iPod® 1. Connect the iPod® to the USB adapter cable in the console compartment. You can control an iPod® using voice Interface Dial commands. 2. Press the MENU button. (in AUDIO mode) 2 Voice Control Operation P.

  • Page 181

    Playing an iPod®Audio Screen Control Audio Screen Control Audio Screen Control Control the audio system through the navigation screen and touchscreen. This function may not be available depending on Interface Dial models or versions. 1. Rotate i or press u o display Select r to go back to the previous screen.

  • Page 182

    Playing an iPod®Audio Screen Control Touchscreen Album Image Album Bar Select an album image. Album AAA Album AAA Album AAA 10 10 10 Song AAA Song AAA Song AAA Select the album bar. 1. Select the album bar.  The image of the current album is displayed. 2.

  • Page 183

    Playing an iPod®Audio Menu Audio Menu Interface Dial H MENU button (in iPod® mode) Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Music Search: Selects a song from the Music Search list. P. 183 How to Select a Song from the Music Search List Change Source: Changes the audio source mode.

  • Page 184

    Playing an iPod®Audio Menu Touchscreen 1. Select More. 2. Select a setting item. The following items are available: Sound Settings: Displays the sound preferences screen. P. 145 Adjusting the Sound Shuffle/Repeat: Repeat Song: Repeats the current track. Shuffle Albums: Plays all available albums in a selected list (playlists, artists, albums, songs, genres, or composers) in random order.

  • Page 185

    Playing an iPod®Audio Menu ■ How to Select a Song from the Music Search List H MENU button (in iPod® mode)  Music Search 1. Move w or y to select a search category. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a file from the Music Search list.

  • Page 186

    Playing an iPod®Song By Voice (SBV) Song By Voice (SBV) Use SBV to search for and play music from your HDD or iPod® using voice commands. ■ Settings Song By Voice (SBV) H SETTINGS button   System Settings Song by Voice Rotate i to select On or Off.

  • Page 187

    Playing an iPod®Song By Voice (SBV) ■ Searching for music using Song By Voice (SBV) Searching for music using Song By Voice (SBV) Song By Voice Commands List 1. Set the Song by Voice setting to 2 Song By Voice commands P.

  • Page 188: Phonetic Modification

    Playing an iPod®Song By Voice (SBV) ■ Phonetic Modification Phonetic Modification Phonetic Modification is grayed out when Song H SETTINGS button   System Settings Song by Voice Phonetic Modification By Voice is set to Off. Add phonetic modifications of difficult or foreign words so that it is easier for SBV to You can store up to 2,000 phonetic modification recognize artists, songs, albums, and composers in voice commands when searching items.

  • Page 189

    Playing an iPod®Song By Voice (SBV) 3. Rotate i to select the item to modify (e.g., Artist). Press u.  The list of the selected item appears on the screen. 4. Rotate i to select an entry (e.g., No Name). Press u. ...

  • Page 190

    Playing an iPod®Song By Voice (SBV) 6. Enter the phonetic spelling you wish to use (e.g., “Artist A”) when prompted. 7. Move r to select OK to exit. The artist “No Name” is phonetically modified to “Artist A.” When in the SBV mode, you can press the d (Talk) button and use the voice command “Play ‘Artist A’”...

  • Page 191: Selecting Internet Radio Mode

    United States. 4. Rotate i to select Pandora or Aha. Press u. To find out if your phone is compatible with this Touchscreen feature, visit www.handsfreelink.honda.com, or call 1-888-528-7876. 2. Select Audio Source. Pandora® is a personalized Internet radio service 3.

  • Page 192: Pandora® Menu

    Playing Internet RadioPandora® Menu Pandora® Menu Pandora® Menu Interface Dial Rotate i to select an item. Press u. You can control Pandora® using voice commands. Press MENU button to display the 2 Voice Control Operation P. 5 menu items. Available operating functions vary on software 2 Selecting Internet Radio Mode versions.

  • Page 193

    To use this service in your vehicle, the HondaLink 4. Select c or x to skip contents. app must be installed on your phone. Visit owners.honda.com/apps for more information.  Select to resume or play a You must have a previously set up Aha account song.

  • Page 194

    Playing Internet RadioAha Radio Menu ■ How to Select a Station from the Station List H MENU button (in Aha  mode) Stations Rotate i to select a station form the Station list. Press u.

  • Page 195

    Playing a USB Flash Drive ■ Connecting a USB Flash Drive Connecting a USB Flash Drive Do not connect your USB flash drive using a hub. Do not use a device such as a card reader or hard disk drive, as the device or your tracks may be damaged.

  • Page 196: Selecting Usb Mode

    Playing a USB Flash DriveSelecting USB Mode Selecting USB Mode Playing a USB Flash Drive 1. Connect the USB flash drive to the USB port in the console compartment. You can control a USB flash drive using voice Interface Dial commands.

  • Page 197

    Playing a USB Flash DriveAudio Screen Control Audio Screen Control Control the audio system through the navigation screen and touchscreen. Interface Dial 1. Rotate i or press u to display the song list.. 2. Rotate i, move w or y to select a song from the list.

  • Page 198

    Playing a USB Flash DriveAudio Menu Audio Menu Interface Dial H MENU button (in USB mode) Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Scan: Scan Folders: Provides 10-second sampling of the first file in each of the main folders.

  • Page 199

    Playing a USB Flash DriveAudio Menu Touchscreen 1. Select More. 2. Select a setting item. The following items are available: Sound Settings: Displays the sound preferences screen. P. 145 Adjusting the Sound Random/Repeat: Repeat Folder: Repeats all files in the current folder. Repeat Track: Repeats the current file.

  • Page 200

    Playing a USB Flash DriveAudio Menu ■ How to Select a File from the Music Search List H MENU button (in USB mode)  Music Search 1. Move w or y to select a search category. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a file from the Music Search list.

  • Page 201: Bluetooth® Handsfreelink, Voice Commands, Selecting Bluetooth® Audio Mode

    P. 204 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® For a list of compatible phones, visit www.handsfreelink.honda.com, or Selecting Bluetooth® Audio Mode call 1-888-528-7876. State or local laws may prohibit the operation of 1. Make sure that your phone is on, paired, and linked to HFL.

  • Page 202

    Playing Bluetooth® AudioAudio Screen Control Audio Screen Control Audio Screen Control Control the audio system through the navigation screen and touchscreen. To play the audio files, you may need to operate Interface Dial your phone. If so, follow the phone maker’s 1.

  • Page 203

    Playing Bluetooth® AudioAudio Screen Control Touchscreen 1. Select b or n to change folders. 2. Select c or x to change files. 01 01 01 Folder AAA Folder AAA Folder AAA  Select More to display the menu items, then select a setting item. 01 01 01 File AAA File AAA...

  • Page 205: Table Of Contents

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® This section describes how to operate Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®. You can place and receive phone calls using your vehicle’s audio system without handling your cell phone. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® ....204 HFL Menus........... 241 Using HFL ..........204 Pairing a Phone ........206 Importing Phonebook Data ....212 Setting Up Speed Dialing ......213 Phonebook Phonetic Modification..216...

  • Page 206

    To use HFL, you need a Bluetooth®-compatible cell phone. For a list of compatible phones, Using HFL pairing procedures, and special feature capabilities: Visit www.handsfreelink.honda.com, or ■ call 1-888-528-7876. HFL Buttons Voice control tips: MODE Button...

  • Page 207

    The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Bluetooth® Indicator Inc., and any use of such marks by Honda Motors Battery Level Status Comes on when your Co., Ltd., is under license. Other trademarks and...

  • Page 208: Pairing A Phone

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone Pairing a Phone H PHONE button Pairing a Phone Your Bluetooth®-compatible phone must be When no Bluetooth®-compatible phone has ever been paired, the following screen paired to HFL before you can make and receive appears: hands-free calls. 1.

  • Page 209

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone 4. HFL gives you a pairing code on the Pairing a Phone navigation screen. Automatic When pairing is completed, an Phone Sync prompt appears. Select if you  Confirm if the pairing code on want your call history and phonebook the screen and your phone automatically imported to HFL.

  • Page 210

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone 3. When your phone appears on the list, select it by pressing u.  If your phone does not appear, you can select Refresh to search again.  If your phone still does not appear, move r to select Phone not Found? and search for Bluetooth®...

  • Page 211

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone ■ Changing the Pairing Code Changing the Pairing Code The pairing code may be six or four digits H SETTINGS button  System Settings depending on your phone. 1. Rotate i to select Edit Pairing 0000 The default pairing code is until you Code.

  • Page 212

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone ■ Changing the Currently Paired Phone Changing the Currently Paired Phone The replaced phone will keep the same speed H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Bluetooth Device List dial entries, and security PIN information from 1.

  • Page 213

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone ■ Deleting a Paired Phone H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Bluetooth Device List 1. Rotate i to select a paired phone you want to replace. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select Delete This Device.

  • Page 214: Importing Phonebook Data

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Importing Phonebook Data Importing Phonebook Data Importing Phonebook Data When your phone is paired, the contents of its phonebook and call When you select a person from the list in the history are automatically imported to cellular phonebook, you can see up to three category icons.

  • Page 215: Setting Up Speed Dialing

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Setting Up Speed Dialing Setting Up Speed Dialing H MENU button (on PHONE screen)  Speed Dial Setting Up Speed Dialing When a voice tag is stored, press the d button Up to 20 speed dial numbers can be stored per phone. to call the number using the voice tag.

  • Page 216

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Setting Up Speed Dialing ■ Registering a Voice Tag to a Speed Dial Entry Registering a Voice Tag to a Speed Dial Entry H SETTINGS button Avoid using duplicate voice tags.   Phone Settings Edit Speed Dial Avoid using ”home“ as a voice tag. 1.

  • Page 217

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Setting Up Speed Dialing ■ To delete a voice tag 1. Select an existing speed dial entry. 2. From the pop-up menu, rotate i to select Edit. Press u. 3. Rotate i to select Voice Tag. Press u. 4. From the pop-up menu, rotate i to select Clear.

  • Page 218: Phonebook Phonetic Modification

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phonebook Phonetic Modification Phonebook Phonetic Modification H SETTINGS button   System Settings Phonebook Phonetic Modification Phonebook Phonetic Modification Add phonetic modifications or a new voice tag to the phone's contact name so that You can store up to 20 phonetic modification it is easier for HFL to recognize voice commands.

  • Page 219

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phonebook Phonetic Modification 3. Move w or y and rotate i to select a contact name. Press u.  The pop-up menu appears on the screen. 4. Rotate i to select Modify. Press 5. Using the d button, follow the prompts to complete the voice tag.

  • Page 220

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phonebook Phonetic Modification ■ To modify a voice tag Phonebook Phonetic Modification 1. Rotate i to select the phone you You can only modify or delete contact names for the currently connected phone. want to add phonetic modification to. Press u. 2.

  • Page 221

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phonebook Phonetic Modification ■ To delete a modified voice tag 1. Rotate i to select the phone you want to delete phonetic modification. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a contact name you want to delete. Press u. ...

  • Page 222

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phonebook Phonetic Modification ■ To delete all modified voice tags Phonetic modification 1. Rotate i to select the phone you want to delete phonetic modification. Press u.  The contact name list appears. 2. Move r and rotate i to select Delete All.

  • Page 223: Phone Settings

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phone Settings Phone Settings H SETTINGS button  Phone Settings Set HFL options and features. ■ Editing a Security PIN Editing a Security PIN If the phone is already security PIN protected, you H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Bluetooth Device List need to enter the current security PIN before You can protect each of the six cell phones with a security PIN.

  • Page 224

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phone Settings ■ Editing User Name H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Bluetooth Device List Edit the user name of a paired phone as follows: 1. Rotate i to select a phone you want to edit. Press u. 2.

  • Page 225: Auto Answer

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phone Settings ■ Automatic Transferring H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Auto Transfer If you get into the vehicle while you are on the phone, the call can be automatically transferred to HFL. Rotate i to select On. Press u. ■...

  • Page 226

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phone Settings ■ Ring Tone H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Ring Tone You can change the ring tone setting. Rotate i to select your desired setting item. Press u. The following items are available: Fixed: The fixed ring tone sounds from the speaker. Mobile Phone: The ring tone stored in the connected cell phone sounds from the speaker.

  • Page 227

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phone Settings ■ Automatic Phone Sync setting H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Automatic Phone Sync Rotate i to select On or Off. Press ■ Use Contact Photo H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Use Contact Photo You can display a caller's picture on an incoming call screen.

  • Page 228: Making A Call

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Making a Call Making a Call You can make calls by inputting any phone number, or by using the imported Making a Call phonebook, call history, speed dial entries, or redial. Any voice-tagged speed dial entry, phonebook name, or number can be dialed by voice from most screens.

  • Page 229

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Making a Call ■ Using the Phonebook Using the Phonebook H MENU button (on Phone Settings) This function is disabled while the vehicle is  Phonebook moving. However, you can call a stored voice- tagged speed dial number, phonebook name, or 1.

  • Page 230

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Making a Call ■ Entering a Phone Number Entering a Phone Number This function is disabled while the vehicle is H MENU button (on Phone Settings)  Dial moving. However, you can call a stored voice- 1. Rotate i to select a number. tagged speed dial number, phonebook name, or Press u.

  • Page 231: Using Call History

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Making a Call ■ Using Call History Using Call History The call history displays the last 20 dialed, H MENU button (on Phone Settings)  Call History received, or missed calls. Call history is stored by All, Dialed, Received, and Missed. (Appears only when a phone is connected to 1.

  • Page 232: Using Speed Dial

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Making a Call ■ Using Speed Dial Using Speed Dial Move r to select More Speed Dials to view H MENU button (on Phone Settings)  Speed Dial another paired phone's speed dial list. You can Rotate i to select a number. Press make a call from that list using the currently connected phone.

  • Page 233: Receiving A Call

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Receiving a Call Receiving a Call Receiving a Call When there is an incoming call, an audible notification sounds (if activated) and the Incoming call screen appears. Call Waiting Press the h button to put the current call on 1.

  • Page 234

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Receiving a Call ■ Options During a Call Options During a Call Touch Tones : Available on some phones when The available options are shown on the Phone screen. the vehicle is stopped. Rotate i to select the option. Press The mute icon appears when Mute is selected.

  • Page 235: Setting A Text Message/e-mail

    Text Message/E-mail Setting a Text Message/E-mail ■ To turn on or off the text/E-mail function H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Enable Text/Email Rotate i to select On or Off. Press ■ To turn on or off the text/E-mail notice H SETTINGS button ...

  • Page 236

    Text Message/E-mailSetting a Text Message/E-mail ■ To set up the auto reading option H SETTINGS button   System Settings Message Auto Reading Rotate i to select On, Off or Auto. Press u. The following items are available: On: A text message/Email is always read aloud. Off: A text message/Email is not read aloud.

  • Page 237: Selecting A Mail Account

    Text Message/E-mailSelecting a Mail Account Selecting a Mail Account H SETTINGS button   Phone Settings Select Account Selecting a Mail Account If a paired phone has text message or mail accounts, you can select one of them to You can also select a mail account from the be active and receive notifications.

  • Page 238: Receiving A Text Message/e-mail

    Text Message/E-mailReceiving a Text Message/E-mail Receiving a Text Message/E-mail Receiving a Text Message/E-mail HFL can display newly received text messages and E-mails as well as 20 of the most recently received messages on a linked cell phone. Each received message can be The system does not display any received read aloud and replied to using a fixed common phrase.

  • Page 239: Displaying Messages

    Text Message/E-mailDisplaying Messages Displaying Messages Displaying Messages ■ Displaying text messages The icon appears next to an unread message. H MENU button (on Phone Settings)  Text/Email If you delete a message on the phone, the message is also deleted in the system. If you send 1.

  • Page 240

    Text Message/E-mailDisplaying Messages ■ Displaying E-mails Displaying E-mails Received text messages and E-mails may appear H MENU button (on Phone Settings)  Text/Email in the message list screen at the same time. In 1. Rotate i to select a folder. Press No subject this case, text messages are titled 2.

  • Page 241

    Text Message/E-mailDisplaying Messages ■ Read or stop reading a message 1. Go to the text message or E-mail screen.  The system automatically starts reading the message aloud. P. 237 2 Displaying Messages 2. Press u to stop reading. Press u again to start reading the message from the beginning.

  • Page 242

    Text Message/E-mailDisplaying Messages 3. Rotate i to select the reply Reply to a message message. Press u. The available fixed reply messages are as follows:  The pop-up menu appears on Talk to you later, I’m driving. the screen. I’m on my way. 4.

  • Page 243: Hfl Menus

    Text Message/E-mailHFL Menus HFL Menus HFL Menus The power mode must be in ACCESSORY or ON to use HFL. To use HFL, you must first pair your Bluetooth®- ■ Phone Settings screen compatible cell phone to the system while the vehicle is parked.

  • Page 244

    Text Message/E-mailHFL Menus Delete all the previously stored speed dial numbers. Delete All Enter a phone number to store as a speed Manual Input dial number. Select a phone number from the call Edit Speed Import from New Entry Dial Call History history to store as a speed dial number.

  • Page 245

    Text Message/E-mailHFL Menus ■ Phone screen 1. Press the PHONE button. 2. Press the MENU button to display the menu items. Enter a phone number to dial. Dial Display the paired phone’s phonebook. Phonebook Enter a phone number to store as a speed dial number. Manual Input Select a phone number from the call history to store as a Import from...

  • Page 246

    Text Message/E-mailHFL Menus Redial the last number dialed in the phone’s history. Redial Display the last 20 outgoing, incoming and missed calls. Display the last 20 outgoing calls. Call History Dialed Display the last 20 incoming calls. Received Display the last 20 missed calls. Missed System reads received message aloud, or stop message (Read/Stop)

  • Page 247: Table Of Contents

    Rear Entertainment System Rear seat passengers can enjoy a completely separate entertainment source than front passengers, including movies, games, and other audio choices. Rear Entertainment System ....246 Setting the DVD Menu ......263 Auxiliary Console Panel ......246 Wireless Headphones ......265 HDMI Input Jack (Ultrawide RES only)..247 Using the Wireless Headphones ...

  • Page 248: Auxiliary Console Panel

    Rear Entertainment System The Rear Entertainment System (RES) is operable from both the front control panel Rear Entertainment System and the rear control panel. NOTICE P. 261 2 Front Control Panel Operation This vehicle’s overhead mounted video display, if P. 250 2 Rear Control Panel Operation so equipped, includes mercury-containing components.

  • Page 249: Hdmi Input Jack (ultrawide Res Only)

    Rear Entertainment SystemHDMI Input Jack (Ultrawide RES only) HDMI Input Jack (Ultrawide RES only) There is an HDMI input jack above the third row seat armrest on the passenger’s side. The system will accept HDMI input from video games and video equipment which are equipped with an HDMI jack.

  • Page 250

    Rear Entertainment SystemAudio Sources for Front and Rear Seats Audio Sources for Front and Rear Seats Audio Sources for Front and Rear Seats Yes: These audio sources are simultaneously The table shows the possible audio source combinations of the front audio system playable.

  • Page 251: Playable Discs

    Rear Entertainment SystemPlayable Discs Playable Discs The discs that come with these labels can be played in your vehicle’s rear Playable Discs entertainment system. This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and Also look for the region code of 1 or ALL on the package or jacket on the disc. other intellectual property rights.

  • Page 252: Selecting The Audio Source

    Rear Control Panel Operation Selecting the Audio Source Rear Control Panel Operation ■ RES In the procedures of this section, “select” means 1. Press the Rear Power button on the front control panel. the following actions: 2. Press the audio source button on the rear control panel. ...

  • Page 253: Rear Dvd Menu

    Rear Control Panel OperationRear DVD Menu Rear DVD Menu H MENU button (in the DVD mode) Select an item. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Top Menu: Displays the top menu of the DVD. Menu: Displays the menu of the DVD. Play Mode: Displays while a DVD is playing and changes the DVD’s audio, subtitle, or angle settings.

  • Page 254

    Rear Control Panel OperationRear DVD Menu ■ Setting the Play Mode H MENU button (in the DVD mode)  Play Mode 1. Select an item. Press the ENTER button. 2. Select an option. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Audio: Selects the language of the DVD audio.

  • Page 255

    Rear Control Panel OperationRear DVD Menu ■ Searching a Title/Chapter H MENU button (in the DVD mode)  Search/NumInput 1. Select an item. Press the ENTER button. 2. Select a number. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Title: Skips to a title you specify.

  • Page 256: Screen And Surround Settings

    Rear Control Panel OperationScreen and Surround Settings Screen and Surround Settings H SETUP button (in the DVD mode) Select an item. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Brightness (Ultrawide RES only): Adjusts the screen’s brightness. Adjust the brightness using the Interface Dial and press the ENTER button.

  • Page 257: Adjusting The Screen

    Rear Control Panel OperationScreen and Surround Settings ■ Adjusting the Screen H SETUP button (in the DVD mode)  Display Adjust 1. Select an item. Press the ENTER button. 2. Make the adjustment. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Brightness (RES only): Adjusts the screen’s brightness.

  • Page 258

    Rear Control Panel OperationScreen and Surround Settings ■ Setting the RES Aspect Ratio H MENU button (in the DVD mode)  Aspect Ratio Select an option. Press the ENTER button. ■ Setting the Ultrawide RES Aspect Ratio H MENU button (in the DVD mode) ...

  • Page 259: Dvd Initial Settings (res Only)

    Rear Control Panel OperationDVD Initial Settings (RES only) DVD Initial Settings (RES only) H MENU button (in the DVD mode)  Initial Settings Set the DVD default settings so that you do not have to select the settings each time you play a DVD.

  • Page 260: Dual Screen Mode (ultrawide Res Only)

    Rear Control Panel OperationDual Screen Mode (Ultrawide RES only) ■ Selecting the DVD Menu Language Selecting the DVD Menu Language H MENU button (in the DVD mode) When you select Other, enter a 4-digit language   Initial Settings Language Settings code.

  • Page 261

    Rear Control Panel OperationDual Screen Mode (Ultrawide RES only) ■ Single mode to Dual mode Press the DUAL Select the side button. (e.g., “Left”). Select a source (e.g., “AUX- VIDEO”). AUX-VIDEO AUX-VIDEO Press the SWAP button. ■ Dual mode to Single mode AUX-VIDEO Press the Select a source...

  • Page 262: Replacing The Batteries

    Rear Control Panel OperationReplacing the Batteries Replacing the Batteries Replacing the Batteries 1. Remove the rear control panel. 2 Overhead Screen and Rear An improperly disposed of battery can hurt the P. 14 Cover Control Panel environment. Always confirm local regulations for battery disposal.

  • Page 263

    Front Control Panel Operation Operate the Rear Entertainment System (RES) from the front control panel. Selecting the Audio Source using front control panel 1. Press the Rear 9 (Power) button on the front control panel. 2. Press the REAR AUDIO button. ...

  • Page 264: Rear System Setup

    Front Control Panel OperationRear System Setup Rear System Setup H SETTINGS button  Rear Ent Settings 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press 2. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. The following items are available: Source Select Popup: Selects whether the list of selectable audio sources comes on when the AUDIO button is pressed.

  • Page 265: Setting The Dvd Menu

    Front Control Panel OperationSetting the DVD Menu Setting the DVD Menu Interface Dial H MENU button (in DVD mode) 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press  Select Other Function to display additional menu entries. 2. Rotate i to select an option. Press u.

  • Page 266

    Front Control Panel OperationSetting the DVD Menu Play/Pause: Pauses or resume the playback. Stop: Stops the playback. Audio/Subtitle: Selects the language of the DVD audio and the DVD subtitle. Angle: Selects the angle of a scene shot with multiple cameras. Return: Hides the DVD menu.

  • Page 267: Using The Wireless Headphones

    Wireless Headphones Using the Wireless Headphones Using the Wireless Headphones Audio for the Rear Entertainment System is sent to the wireless headphones that come with the system. When you remove the headphones, the earpieces automatically pivot inward, and the 1. Pivot the earpieces outward. headphones turn off.

  • Page 268

    Wireless HeadphonesChanging the Sound Source (Ultrawide RES only) Changing the Sound Source (Ultrawide RES only) Changing the Sound Source (Ultrawide RES only) ■ Wireless Headphone You can switch the sound source from the setup menu if you connected a set of wired In dual screen mode, you can switch the sound source of the wireless headphones headphones.

  • Page 269

    Wireless HeadphonesReplacing the Batteries Replacing the Batteries 1. Insert a coin in the slot and twist it Replacing the Batteries slightly to pry the cover away from The battery is under the cover on the left the earpiece. earpiece. 2. Pull the cover outward, and pivot it An improperly disposed of battery can hurt the out of the way.

  • Page 271: Information Functions

    Other Features This section describes the useful functions incorporated into the navigation system to help make your journey easier and more enjoyable. Trip Computer ........270 Calendar ..........271 Information Functions ......272 System Device Information ....272 Map Data Update ........ 272 Info Screen Preference ......

  • Page 272

    Trip Computer H INFO button  Trip Computer Trip Computer View the distance traveled and average fuel consumption. Displays the following trip information: Move w or y to select the trip Instant Fuel: The current estimated instant information. fuel economy. Average Fuel: The average fuel economy since the last key cycle.

  • Page 273

    Calendar H INFO button  Calendar View the calendar screen. Move w or y to select the months of the year.

  • Page 274: System Device Information, Map Data Update

    Information Functions System Device Information H SETTINGS button    Navi Settings System Device Information System Device Information View database, software, device, and vehicle identification information. You will need this information when ordering a map update. 2 Obtaining a Navigation Update P. 299 Map Data Update Map Update Status H SETTINGS button...

  • Page 275: Info Screen Preference

    Information FunctionsInfo Screen Preference Info Screen Preference H SETTINGS button    Info Settings Other Info Screen Preference Select the top menu when the INFO button is pressed. Rotate i to select your desired setting item. Press u. The following options are available: Info Top: A brief menu pops up.

  • Page 276: About Your Multi-view Rear Camera

    Multi-view Rear Camera About Your Multi-View Rear Camera The navigation screen can display your vehicle’s rear view. The display automatically About Your Multi-View Rear Camera changes to the rear view when the shift lever is moved to Reverse. The rear camera view is restricted. You cannot see the corner ends of the bumper or what is ■...

  • Page 277

    Multi-view Rear CameraAbout Your Multi-View Rear Camera ■ Multi-View Rear Camera Settings H SETTING button  Camera Settings Rotate i to select an item. Press The following items are available: Fixed Guideline: On (factory default): Guidelines appear when you shift into Reverse. Off: Guidelines do not appear when the dynamic guideline is off.

  • Page 279: Table Of Contents

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ........280 Map, Voice, Entering Destinations ..280 Traffic ..........282 Guidance, Routing ....... 283 Update, Coverage, Map Errors ..... 285 Display, Accessories......285 Miscellaneous Questions ...... 285 Error Messages........286 Navigation System........ 286 CD Player ..........287 Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio ....

  • Page 280: Map, Voice, Entering Destinations

    Troubleshooting Map, Voice, Entering Destinations Problem Solution The Startup Confirmation screen is displayed every This is normal. The Startup Confirmation screen reminds you and your guest drivers to time I start the car. always operate the navigation system in a safe manner. The Startup Confirmation screen goes off after a certain period of time and the top screen of the last mode is displayed.

  • Page 281

    TroubleshootingMap, Voice, Entering Destinations Problem Solution I cannot select an option using the Interface Dial. To reduce potential driver distraction, certain onscreen functions and features are limited or inoperable while the vehicle is moving. Use voice commands or pull over to proceed.

  • Page 282

    2 Showing Icons on Map • It is possible that there is a temporary technical problem with your metropolitan area traffic. You can call Honda Automobile Customer Service to see if there is an outrage. P. 298 2 Honda Automobile Customer Service Contact Information •...

  • Page 283: Guidance, Routing

    TroubleshootingGuidance, Routing Guidance, Routing Problem Solution The navigation system does not route me the same The navigation system attempts to generate the optimal route. You can change the way I would go or the same way as other mapping route preferences used when calculating a route. systems.

  • Page 284

    TroubleshootingGuidance, Routing Problem Solution The screen is showing white dots as I drive along. These dots are called “breadcrumbs.” These are displayed if Display Tracking is set to 2 Display Tracking P. 79 How do I remove the white dots (“breadcrumbs”) Press the SETTINGS button.

  • Page 285: Update, Coverage, Map Errors, Display, Accessories, Miscellaneous Questions

    TroubleshootingUpdate, Coverage, Map Errors Update, Coverage, Map Errors Problem Solution My city is not part of a fully verified detailed coverage The mapping database is constantly undergoing revision. You can access the most area. recent information on the internet. 2 Map Coverage P.

  • Page 286: Navigation System

    Error Messages Navigation System Error Message Solution The display temperature is too high. For protection, This message appears briefly when the display temperature is too high. The navigation the system will shut off until the display cools down. system turns off until the display cools down. The system turns back on automatically when the display cools down.

  • Page 287: Cd Player

    Error MessagesCD Player CD Player If a disc error occurs, you may see the following error messages. Error Message Cause Solution • Current track/file will be skipped. The next supported track/file Unplayable File Track/file format not supported plays automatically. Bad Disc •...

  • Page 288: Hard Disc Drive (hdd) Audio

    Error MessagesHard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio If an error occurs while playing the Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio, you may see the following error messages. If you cannot clear the error message, contact a dealer. Error Message Solution HDD access error.

  • Page 289: Ipod®/usb Flash Drive

    Error MessagesiPod®/USB Flash Drive iPod®/USB Flash Drive If an error occurs while playing an iPod® or USB flash drive, you may see the following error messages. If you cannot clear the error message, contact a dealer. Error Message Solution USB Error Appears when there is a problem with the audio system.

  • Page 290

    Error MessagesPandora® Pandora® If an error occurs while playing Pandora®, you may see the following error messages. If you cannot clear the error message, contact a dealer. Error Message Solution Incompatible USB Device Appears when an incompatible device is connected. Disconnect the Please Check Owner’s Manual device.

  • Page 291

    Error MessagesAha Radio Radio If an error occurs while playing Aha Radio, you may see the following error messages. If you cannot clear the error message, contact a dealer. Error Message Solution Cannot connect to HondaLink. When stopped, check your mobile Appears when the Aha app is not activated.

  • Page 293: Customer Assistance

    GPS System...........296 Legal Information ......... 301 Address Calculation ......296 Copyrights ........... 301 Database ..........296 User Agreements ......... 301 Customer Assistance ......298 As required by the FCC ......307 Resolving Problems .......298 Reporting Errors ........298 Honda Automobile Customer Service Contact Information......298...

  • Page 294: Entering The Security Code, Acquiring Gps Information

    10 minutes, the following screen is NOTE: displayed. In the U.S. you can register the security code at Honda Owners (owners.honda.com.), and find information on how to retrieve the serial number and obtain the code at radio- navicode.honda.com.

  • Page 295: Map Matching, Startup Confirmation Screen

    System InitializationStartup Confirmation Screen Startup Confirmation Map Matching Screen Map matching is the process of using the acquired GPS information to locate your The Startup Confirmation screen is position on the map screen. If you are on a displayed when initialization has mapped road, the name of the road is successfully completed.

  • Page 296: Gps System, Address Calculation

    System Limitations GPS System Database can cause occasional positioning errors of up to several hundred feet. The signals received from the GPS satellites The digitized map database reflects Address Calculation are extremely weak (less than a millionth conditions as they existed at various points of the strength of a local FM station) and in time before production.

  • Page 297

    System LimitationsDatabase In addition, the map database contains Pavement characteristics or conditions verified and unverified areas. Unverified Every effort has been made to verify that streets may be missing from the map, in the database is accurate. The number of the wrong location, or have an incorrect inaccuracies you experience increases the name or address range.

  • Page 298: Reporting Errors, Resolving Problems, Visiting A Dealer

    Honda Navi For navigation system issues: Report errors in freeways and main American Honda Motor Co., Inc. P. 280 “verified” roads shown in black on the 2 Troubleshooting There are also FAQs available online at map at http://mapreporter.navteq.com/ Honda Automobile Customer Service www.hondanavi.com.

  • Page 299: Map Coverage, Obtaining A Navigation Update

    Customer Service or online at The navigation system provides map www.hondanavi.com. coverage for the United States, Canada, Honda is continually expanding the scope Puerto Rico, and Mexico. The map To find navigation system update of the navigation system. Navigation coverage consists of accurately mapped...

  • Page 300: Traffic Information

    Canada. A list of coverage areas is available online. All roads displayed on the map screens are verified roads. Information in this manual Visit automobiles.honda.com/traffic for relating to “unverified” roads or areas is a complete listing of coverage areas and not applicable.

  • Page 301: User Agreements

    The HDD is intended solely for personal Navigation System” (the “HDD”), which use (or internal use where the end-user includes HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. Building foot print: © ZENRIN CO., LTD. is a business) by the consumer. The HDD software, ALPINE ELECTRONICS, INC.

  • Page 302

    Manufacturers are the Licensors, including UNUSED DEVICE(S) FOR A REFUND. ANY businesses are displayed for your HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD., 2-1-1 Minami USE OF THE SOFTWARE, INCLUDING BUT information and convenience, and in no Aoyama Minato-Ku Tokyo 107-8556...

  • Page 303

    Legal InformationUser Agreements  EFFORT (INCLUDING LACK OF SPEECH RECOGNITION If ALPINE provides or makes available NEGLIGENCE) IS WITH YOU. ALSO, to you Supplemental Components If the SOFTWARE includes speech THERE IS NO WARRANTY AGAINST and no other EULA terms are recognition component(s), you should INTERFERENCE WITH YOUR provided along with the...

  • Page 304

    Legal InformationUser Agreements UPGRADES suppliers. The SOFTWARE is licensed, PRODUCT SUPPORT not sold. If the SOFTWARE is provided by ALPINE Product support for the SOFTWARE is separate from the DEVICE on separate You may not copy the printed materials not provided by MS, its parent media or via web download or other accompanying the SOFTWARE.

  • Page 305

    Legal InformationUser Agreements issued by U.S. and other governments. available at www.honda.com (in U.S.) or ■ Gracenote Music Recognition For additional information on exporting www.honda.ca (in Canada). Service (CDDB) the SOFTWARE, see http:// CD and music-related data from www.microsoft.com/exporting/. Gracenote, Inc., copyright © 2000 to present Gracenote.

  • Page 306

    Legal InformationUser Agreements (collectively, “Gracenote Servers”) and to rights. Under no circumstances will Gracenote Software or Gracenote Servers perform other functions. You may use Gracenote become liable for any payment will be uninterrupted. Gracenote Data only by means of the to you for any information that you Gracenote is not obligated to provide you intended End-User functions or this...

  • Page 307: As Required By The Fcc

    Legal InformationAs required by the FCC As required by the FCC 1. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and Canadian RSS-210/ RSSGen. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired...

  • Page 309: Table Of Contents

    Voice Commands Voice Commands ........310 Navigation Commands......310 Voice Portal Commands ....... 312 Phone Commands........ 312 Info Commands ........313 Climate Control Commands....313 Audio Commands ........ 314 On-Screen Commands ......318 Spelling Assistance ....... 318...

  • Page 310: Navigation Commands, Map Display Commands, General Commands

    Voice Commands Navigation Commands ■ ■ Map Display Commands Map Scale Commands Display current location (shows current Display north up The system accepts these commands on a latitude, longitude, and elevation) Display heading up map/guidance screen. Display/Hide (specify icon type): Display 3D map ■...

  • Page 311

    Find Place Commands Emergency room German restaurant Find nearest (specify place): Hospital Greek restaurant Fuel and auto Police station Indian restaurant Honda dealers Veterinarian Italian restaurant Acura dealers Lodging Japanese restaurant Gas station Korean restaurant Bed & breakfast Hydrogen station...

  • Page 312: Route Commands, Phone Commands, Voice Portal Commands

    Voice CommandsVoice Portal Commands Voice Portal Commands Toy store ■ Route Commands Travel center The system accepts these commands when The system accepts these commands on Airport a route is set. the Voice Portal screen. Automobile club How long to the destination?* Call Your contact name Bus station How far to the destination?*...

  • Page 313: Climate Control Commands, Info Commands

    Voice CommandsInfo Commands Info Commands Climate control mode automatic Rear climate control automatic Fan speed up Rear climate control off Fan speed down Rear climate control vent The system accepts these commands on Fan speed # (#: 1 to 7) Rear climate control bi-level any screen.

  • Page 314: Audio Commands, Hdd Commands, Radio Commands

    Voice CommandsAudio Commands Passenger ventilated seat high Play album (specify album) Who am I listening to? Passenger ventilated seat medium Play artist (specify artist) Who is this? Passenger ventilated seat low Play composer (specify composer) What’s playing? Play genre (specify genre) Who’s playing? *1: These commands toggle the function Play playlist (specify playlist)

  • Page 315: Usb Commands, Disc Commands

    Voice CommandsAudio Commands Radio preset # (#: 1 to 12) Disc track repeat *1: These commands toggle the function Radio FM preset # (#: 1 to 12) Disc track scan on and off, so the command may not Radio AM preset # (#: 1 to 6) Disc folder up match your intended action.

  • Page 316: Aux Commands

    Voice CommandsAudio Commands ■ ■ ■ Bluetooth® Audio commands AUX commands Internet service commands Bluetooth Audio play Auxiliary play Internet service play Bluetooth Audio skip forward Internet service skip forward ■ Pandora® commands Bluetooth Audio skip back Internet service skip back Bluetooth Audio group up Internet service station up The system accepts these commands while...

  • Page 317: Rear Dvd Commands, Rear Cd Commands

    Voice CommandsAudio Commands NOTE: Rear radio next station ■ Rear DVD Commands Radio volume levels cannot be controlled Rear radio preset # (#: 1 to 6) Rear DVD play using voice control. Rear radio FM preset # (#: 1 to 6) Rear DVD pause Rear radio FM1 preset # (#: 1 to 6) ■...

  • Page 318: On-screen Commands, Spelling Assistance

    Voice CommandsOn-Screen Commands On-Screen Commands ■ ■ Rear HDD Commands Rear iPod Commands Rear HDD play Rear iPod play The system accepts these commands on Rear HDD skip forward Rear iPod skip forward any screen. There are over 100 on-screen Rear HDD skip back Rear iPod skip back commands.

  • Page 319

    Voice CommandsSpelling Assistance ■ ■ Numbers Letters Say … Or say… Nancy/November Oscar Paul/Papa Queen/Quebec Robert/Romeo Sam/Sierra Tom/Tango Uncle/Uniform Victor Say … Say … or Number … Say … Or say… William/Whiskey Apple/Alpha X-ray Boy/Bravo Yellow/Yankee Three Charlie Zebra/Zulu Four Dog/Delta Five Edward/Echo...

  • Page 320

    Voice CommandsSpelling Assistance ■ ■ Accented Letters Symbols Say … Say … or Symbol … Ô O circumflex Ö O umlaut Ù U grave Ú U acute Û U circumflex Ü U umlaut Say … Say … or Symbol … Say …...

  • Page 321

    Voice CommandsSpelling Assistance Say … Say … or Symbol … “ Double quote Comma ‘ Apostrophe ¡ Inverted exclamation point ¿ Inverted question mark « Left-pointing double angle quotation mark » Right-pointing double angle quotation mark Percent Underscore < Less than >...

  • Page 322

    List of Categories Fuel/Auto Lodging Shopping All Types Auto Repair & Maintenance All Types Hotel/Motel All Types Mall/Department Store Honda Dealers Car Wash & Detailing Bed & Breakfast Resort Accessories/Jewelry Office Supplies/Electronics Acura Dealers Motorcycle Dealers Recreation Auto Parts & Electronics...

  • Page 323

    List of Language Codes Language Input Code Language Input Code Language Input Code Corsican 0315 Hungarian 0821 Abubasia 0102 Croatian 0818 Icelandic 0919 Afar 0101 Czech 0319 Indonesian 0914 Afrikaans 0106 Danish 0401 Interlingue 0905 Albanian 1917 Dutch 1412 International 0901 Amharic 0113...

  • Page 324

    List of Language Codes Language Input Code Language Input Code Language Input Code Malagasy 1307 Sand 1907 Telugu 2005 Malay 1319 Sanskrit 1901 Thai 2008 Malayalam 1312 Scottish Gaelic 0704 Tibetan 0215 Maltese 1320 Serbian 1918 Tigris 2009 Maori 1309 Serbo-Croatian 1908 Tonga...

  • Page 325

    Index Symbols XM® Radio ..........153 Place Category List ........322 Audio System Setting Destination........94 a (Display Mode) Button ..... 70 Auxiliary Input Jack ......... 138 Category History J (Hang-Up/Back) Button ....5, 22 Security Code ......... 139 Deleting ............45 d (Talk) Button........5, 22 Theft Protection........

  • Page 326: Map Menu

    Icon ............9, 77 Edit/Delete Entry ........108 Home Address ........11, 42 Scale ............76 Emergency (Place Category) ......94 Honda Automobile Customer Service ..298 Map/Guidance ......... 117 ENT Button ...........7 House Number ........... 91 MENU Button Error Messages .........286 Changing Route ........

  • Page 327: Wireless Headphones

    Index Front Control Panel......... 261 Song By Voice HDMI Input Jack ........247 Searching Music ........185 Pandora® ..........190 Rear Control Panel........250 Setting ............184 Personal Info ..........36 Wireless Headphones......265 Voice Commands List ......314 Phone Setup ..........221 Rearview Camera........

  • Page 328

    Index Obtaining Update Data ......299 USB Flash Drive XM® Radio Connecting, Disconnecting....177, 193 Playing............ 153 Playing ............193 Voice Commands List......314 Voice Commands List ......315 USB Port ............137 ZAGAT Displaying Review ........101 Vehicle Setting Destination ........99 Correct Vehicle Position......80 Zip Code .............

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