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NAVIGATION
SYSTEM
Preparation
See page 4 for specific information.
Immediate use
See page 4 for specific information.
Advanced use
See page 5 for specific information.
If necessary
See page 5 for specific information.

Audio System

See page 73 for specific information.
Rear View Monitor
See page 115 for specific information.
Others use
See page 117 for specific information.
©2010 Mazda North American Operations
Printed in U.S.A. (Print1)
Before Use
Getting
started
Routing
Address
Book
Voice
Recognition
Volume
Traffic
Information
If
necessary
Audio
Operation
Rear View
Monitor
Bluetooth
Hands-Free
Steering
Switch
License

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  • Page 1: Audio System

    See page 73 for specific information. Rear View Monitor Rear View See page 115 for specific information. Monitor Others use Bluetooth See page 117 for specific information. Hands-Free Steering Switch License ©2010 Mazda North American Operations Printed in U.S.A. (Print1)
  • Page 2: Before Use

    Before Use Accessories Please contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer if you are missing any of the following accessories. lMap Disc lOwner’s Manual CAUTION: THIS PRODUCT IS A CLASS LASER PRODUCT. HOWEVER THIS PRODUCT USES A VISIBLE/INVISIBLE LASER BEAM WHICH COULD CAUSE HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE IF DIRECTED.
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  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Laser products ................... 2 Contents ..................... 4 Safety Information ................6 Introduction ..................8 (Use This Product Safety), (Navigation System), (Beep sound and voice guidance restrictions while using Bluetooth Hands-Free), (Screens), (LCD (Liquid crystal display)) Names and Functions ................ 9...
  • Page 5 Advanced use Address Book Address Book ................46 (Memory Point Storage), (Memory Point Confirmation and Modification), (Preset Destinations or Home storage), (Memory Point Deletion), (All Memory Point Deletion), (Displays Icons at Memory Points), (Avoid Area Storage), (Avoid Area Confirmation and Modification), (Avoid Area Deletion), (All Avoid Area Deletion), (Previous Destination Deletion), (All Previous Destination Deletion) Voice Recognition...
  • Page 6: Safety Information

    Safety Information n Read this owner’s manual for your Navigation System carefully before using the system. It contains instructions about how to use the system in a safe and effective manner. Mazda assumes no responsibility for any problems resulting from failure to observe the instructions given in this manual.
  • Page 7 This navigation system is designed exclusively for use in automobiles. This navigation system should only be installed in an automobile. Do not install it in a ship, aircraft, or any other vehicles except an automobile. Do not use it detached from the vehicle.
  • Page 8: Introduction

    The inside of the vehicle can become very hot or cold when it is parked for extended periods in direct sunlight or in cold places with the engine turned off. The navigation system may not operate normally under such circumstances. Turn off the navigation system until the inside of the vehicle has cooled down or warmed up.
  • Page 9: Names And Functions

    Names and Functions The navigation system can be operated by pressing a button on the panel (panel button) or selecting a button displayed on the screen (on-screen button). PUSH PUSH POWER AUDIO TUNE LOAD / SOURCE RETURN MENU SEEK TRACK...
  • Page 10 SCAN button: Performs scanning operation in FM/AM, CD and Satellite radio modes. TUNE AUDIO dial: The audio display screen can be switched on or off by pressing the dial. Turning the dial changes the radio station frequency. MAP button Used to display a map of the current location while in navigation mode.
  • Page 11: Activation

    Activation Insert the map disc into the unit to start the Mobile Navigation System. Data coverage area of map disc Regarding the data coverage area, refer to the case of the navigation map disc. Disc B Disc A HAWAII PUERTO RICO...
  • Page 12 ACC or ON position from OFF position. The screen changes as shown above to activate the navigation system. lThe screen (audio or navigation) that was displayed prior to the engine being turned off is displayed.
  • Page 13: Removing The Map Disc

    Read the CAUTION carefully, and select Most functions are inhibited while the on-screen vehicle is in motion. Please read the handbook for operation button. Caution instructions. Always obey traffic regulations. Note lYou can select the language by selecting the on-screen button. You can also change the selected language using Language Selection.
  • Page 14: Menu

    Menu Menu appears when pressing MENU Destination Entry and Route Search ( page 30) Cancel Guidance ( page 41) Route Options ( page 42) Traffic Information ( page 60) Set Clock ( page 15) Bluetooth Phone ( page 118) Volume ( page 58) Address Book ( page 46)
  • Page 15: Set Clock

    Set Clock The current time is set using this function. Since time notification is provided by a GPS satellite. select Before Steps MENU Open the [SET CLOCK] screen The time is adjusted manually. Auto Time Zone: The time is automatically adjusted by time zone.
  • Page 16: Navigation Setup

    Navigation Setup lYou can alter the map display conditions, the route guidance conditions and show the system information. Stop your vehicle before the following operations. Do not change the settings and destination locations while driving. Minimize the time spent viewing the monitor screen and listening to the voice guidance while driving. Warning Operating the system will distract the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and may cause an accident.
  • Page 17: User Settings

    Navigation Setup User Settings select MENU Before Steps select Open the Map Color [USER SETTINGS] screen Select a screen color from the options. Map Mode Auto : The display will automatically switch between Day and Night illumination mode when the headlights are turned off and on respectively.
  • Page 18 Navigation Setup User Settings select MENU Before Steps select Open the Arrival Time [USER SETTINGS] screen The time which is displayed until reaching the destination or a way point can be set as an estimated arrival time or the remaining time. Select to display the estimated arrival time, or display the remaining time.
  • Page 19 Navigation Setup Quick POI Selection This function allows you set the categories on the area displayed when the POI (Point of Interest) menu is selected on the map. Quick POI (Point of Interest) enables you store up to six different kinds of categories which you use most regularly. select MENU Before Steps...
  • Page 20 Navigation Setup Language You can change the language of the menu and the voice guidance. select MENU Before Steps select Open the [LANGUAGE] screen Select your preferred language from the list.
  • Page 21 Navigation Setup Map Configuration select MENU Before Steps select Open the MAP Screen [MAP Select single map display, dual map display or compass screen. CONFIGURATION] Compass screen Single map Dual map screen Turn Guidance Turn Arrow (on first screen) While using route guidance, the directions for the next intersection where you have to turn are shown as Turn Arrow in the upper right.
  • Page 22 Navigation Setup Calibration This function allows you to correct any error in the position or direction of your vehicle display. select Before Steps MENU Adjusting Current Position and Direction select Open the [Calibrate Position] screen Move to the correct position and select to adjust the direction in which you are heading, and select Distance...
  • Page 23 select Map Version The map and traffic information version numbers can be confirmed using this function. select Map Version Traffic Information Version...
  • Page 24: Restore System Defaults

    Navigation Setup Restore System Defaults This function replaces all the settings in the mobile navigation system with the initial default settings. select MENU Before Steps select Open the [SYSTEM DEFAULTS] screen Select All of your stored setting data will be deleted.
  • Page 25: Screen Names And Functions

    Screen Names and Functions Screens Before Setting Route MAP SCROLL (11) (12) (13) (8) (10) (1) Map Orientation control (8) Destination/Memory point/Way point page 28) setting button (2) GPS (Global Positioning System) marker The position indicated by the mark “ ” in the page 65) scroll map is used as destination, memory (3) Clock...
  • Page 26: Screen Adjustments, Beep Alert And Other Settings

    Screen adjustments, beep alert and other settings Press the disp button (DISP) to display the display menu. Adjusting the screen quality lScreen brightness Press the on-screen button to brighten the screen, or to darken. lScreen contrast Press the on-screen button to increase contrast, to decrease.
  • Page 27 Press the disp button (DISP) followed by the on-screen button to display the settings menu. Returning to the navigation screen from the audio unit screen lSelect the on-screen button to set the function to return to the navigation screen from the audio unit screen by operation of the button only. lSelect the on-screen button to set the function to return to the navigation screen from the audio unit screen automatically after 20 seconds.
  • Page 28: Screen Change

    Screen change Do not keep your eyes fixed on the monitor screen or operate the system while driving Do not change the settings and destination locations while driving. Minimize the time Warning spent viewing the monitor screen and listening to the voice guidance while driving. Operating the system will distract the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and may cause an accident.
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  • Page 30: Destination Entry And Route Search

    Destination Entry and Route Search lYou can set the destination using various methods provided by the system. select Before Steps MENU Open the [DESTINATION ENTRY] Menu Select Input State name The number of candidate states is decreasing by inputting more characters. If there are less than 4 search results, the list of the results is displayed...
  • Page 31 Route searches with the navigation system can include roads that you cannot drive on and roads that you are prohibited from driving on due to traffic regulations. Please comply with the traffic regulations.
  • Page 32 Destination Entry and Route Search Select When narrowing Open the down to city name [DESTINATION Select ENTRY] Menu When narrowing down to street name Address Select When narrowing down to house no. Select...
  • Page 33 Cancel the city selection. Select Enter Select Enter Select Displays list of 5 city street street house city names name name name nearest the current from from position. select list list Enter Select Enter Select the street name Displays the city city city street...
  • Page 34 Destination Entry and Route Search Select When entering Open the the destination [DESTINATION point directly Select ENTRY] Menu When narrowing down to city name Select When narrowing Point of down to category name interest Select When narrowing down to the nearest facility Select When narrowing...
  • Page 35 Enter Select the POI the POI name from the list select Cancel the city selection. Direct Select the destination Displays list of 5 city name input (Step 3) city names nearest from the page 40) the current list position. Enter the Select the city name city name...
  • Page 36: Select From Map

    Destination Entry and Route Search select Before Steps MENU Open the Select [DESTINATION ENTRY] Menu Emergency Select Memory Point Select Home Select Preset Destinations Select Previous Destinations Select Freeway On/ Off Ramp Select Coordinates Select Select from...
  • Page 37 When stopped Select the sort methods Select Select the name from : Sorts the police station Displays the police the list or the hospital by distance. station select screen. : Sorts the police station or the hospital by name. Displays the hospital select screen.
  • Page 38: Quick Poi

    Quick POI lYou can select one of the Six Categories on the menu or List Categories and then select the POI (Point of Interest) to be displayed on the map. Select Before Steps Select the Open the categories to be [QUICK POI] displayed up to a maximum of five.
  • Page 39: Character Entry

    Character Entry Select the first several Select your target characters on the screen. in the list. (Step 1) (Step 2) Select Select Names of which spelling starts with the entered character appear. If a desired name is not in the list, go back to Step 1, Street and try fewer characters.
  • Page 40: Direct Destination Input

    Direct Destination Input Touch the map to set the cursor to the desired destination.The map scrolls faster the further away the touched location is from the cursor. Scroll the map and change the map scale if necessary. Select Direct Destination Select Input Route calculation will be carried out and the entire route...
  • Page 41: Poi Icons On Maps / Cancel Guidance

    POI Icons on Maps / Cancel Guidance POI (Point of Interest) Icons The following are POI icons shown on maps. Restaurant Travel Community All Restaurants Airport City Center American Bus Station Convention Center Chinese Ferry Terminal Court House Continental Hotel Government Offices Fast Food Rental Car Agency...
  • Page 42: Route Options

    Route Options lDuring route guidance you can change the route options, stop or check the route. select Before Steps MENU Open the Select [ROUTE OPTIONS] Menu Route Preferences Select Select the button for the location to be Modification modified. Destination or Way Point Select the way points Positions...
  • Page 43 Do not keep your eyes fixed on the monitor screen or operate the system while driving Do not change the settings and destination locations while driving. Minimize the time spent viewing the monitor screen and listening to the voice guidance while driving. Operating the system will distract the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and Warning may cause an accident.
  • Page 44 Route Options select Before Steps MENU Open the [ROUTE Select Display OPTIONS] Menu Route Select Route Preview Setting the conditions simulation...
  • Page 45 Use the buttons displayed on screen to carry out a simulation run. : Move to the start point. : Carry out a simulation run in the direction of the start point. When the run has been started, this button will be displayed as , and when selected, it will cause to take place at high speed.
  • Page 46: Address Book

    Address Book lYou can, edit, or delete any marked point. select Before Steps MENU Open the Memory Point [ADDRESS Storage BOOK] Select Memory Point Confirmation Modification Preset Destination s or Home storage Memory Point Deletion All Memory Point Deletion Displays Icons at Show all icons Memory...
  • Page 47 Set a memory point using your preferred method. Select a memory : Allows the display icon to be selected. Page 1 and 2 contain point to be modified. standard icons, whereas the With Sound page contains icons which also playback sounds. (With direction icon function) The beep alert only activates when the vehicle approaches to within...
  • Page 48: (previous Destination Deletion), (all Previous Destination Deletion)

    Address Book select Before Steps MENU Open the Avoid Area [ADDRESS Storage BOOK] Select Avoid Area Confirmation Modification Avoid Area Deletion All Avoid Area Deletion Select Previous Destination Deletion All Previous Destination Deletion...
  • Page 49 Select an avoid : Reduces the size of the avoid area. area using your preferred : Increases the size of the avoid area. method. : Allows the name to be Select an changed. When editing has avoid area to been completed, select be modified.
  • Page 50: Voice Recognition

    Voice Recognition The voice recognition or the Bluetooth Hands-free system can be activated by pressing the talk button on the steering wheel. The target operation in each mode (status) differs depending on whether the switch is pressed with a short or long press. For details, refer to the following switch operation list.
  • Page 51 Speak the desired voice command. Pattern Long press the talk button on the steering wheel Cancel switch during navigation voice recognition. Voice Recognition Note After the navigation system has been set, voice recognition needs approximately 2 minutes for activation on preparation. Wait momentarily.
  • Page 52 Repeats the previously transmitted audio Short press guidance and then goes on standby awaiting During voice recognition user voice-command input. for navigation system Ends voice recognition and returns to Long press standby. Repeats the previously transmitted audio Short press...
  • Page 53 Target operation operation Standby Press Activates voice recognition for bluetooth. During voice recognition Press Activates voice recognition for bluetooth. for navigation system During voice recognition Press (No operation.) for mobile phones Incoming user A Press Accepts user A. Outgoing user A Press (No operation.)
  • Page 54 Mode (status) Target operation operation Standby Press (No operation.) During voice recognition Press (No operation.) for navigation system During voice recognition Ends voice recognition and returns to Press for mobile phones standby. Incoming user A Press Rejects user A. Outgoing user A Press Hangs up user A.
  • Page 55 Avoiding Voice Recognition Errors. Read the notes listed below to allow the Voice Recognition function to recognize your voice properly. lSpeak a voice command clearly. lKeep yourself in a safe driving position. Do not face or approach the microphone to make a voice command recognizable.
  • Page 56 NEAREST POI DISPLAY COMMANDS Nearest Mexican (Restaurant / Food) Nearest (Automobile Club / *Triple A) Nearest Seafood [Restaurant] Nearest Gas [Station] Nearest Thai (Restaurant / Food) Nearest (Car Park / Parking [Lot / Garage]) Nearest Other (Restaurant / Food) Nearest Auto Service [and Maintenance] Nearest Grocery Store Nearest ATM Nearest Shopping Mall...
  • Page 57 Help function The voice recognition command list can be displayed on the navigation screen. Note The voice recognition command list cannot be displayed while driving. Park the vehicle in a safe place to perform the operation.
  • Page 58: Volume

    Volume You can adjust the volume control for the voice guidance. select Before Steps MENU Open the [VOLUME] screen Select the appropriate button to set the volume to between (minimum) and (maximum). :Sound output will be muted. Press the button to return to the current vehicle position screen.
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  • Page 60: Traffic Information

    Traffic Information lOperations for using and setting up Traffic Information. select Before Steps MENU Select Open the [Traffic All traffic events are displayed in sequence Information] from the current position. Extra time may be required to receive traffic information depending on the volume of All Traffic information for the selected route.
  • Page 61 The selected traffic event map Select is displayed on the screen. Select A setting for traffic avoidance is available. Detailed information on The selected traffic event Select traffic events is displayed. map is displayed on the screen. A setting for traffic Note avoidance is available.
  • Page 62: Select Station

    Traffic Information Open the [Traffic Select Information] The traffic event icon can be displayed on the map Select screen. Traffic Information Select When is selected, the system will Dynamic recalculate a different route for you when navigation there is a traffic jam on your route. Select When is selected, voice guidance...
  • Page 63 Select the icons which you want to display on the map screen. Note lThe traffic jam icon can be switched on or off on the map screen by pressing the icon display on/off. Note lThe system selects a station Select the desired broadcast automatically when this setting is not station from the list.
  • Page 64: Precautions/system Performance

    Precautions/System Performance Voice Guidance The navigation system is just a support system for the driver. The driver should always pay attention to the traffic situation to safely make decisions. You may be unable at times to arrive at your destination due to out-of-date information Warnings on a map disc.
  • Page 65: Map Matching

    GPS is a position detecting system utilizing the signals from GPS satellites deployed by the U.S. Department of Defense. The Mobile Navigation System uses input from three or more satellites and calculates the vehicle position based on the principle of triangulation.
  • Page 66 Positioning Accuracy In the following situations, your vehicle position may not be displayed correctly on the map. But, as you keep driving, your vehicle position will be automatically corrected utilizing map matching and GPS data. Running on an Making a turn after Running on a steep Running on a spiral Entering an intersection...
  • Page 67 The navigation system is just a support system for the driver. The driver should always pay attention to the traffic situation to safely make decisions. You may be unable to arrive at your destination due to out-of-date information on a map disc. You should be especially careful Warning when selecting an urgent destination such as a hospital or a police station.
  • Page 68: Troubleshooting

    Verification First Note There may be some problems due to operational errors or mistakes. Please read this manual again and verify that there really is a problem before calling an Authorized Mazda Dealer to ask for repair services. Symptom Check point No picture lCheck if a fuse has blown.
  • Page 69 Symptom Check point No GPS lGPS signals may not be received because of obstructions. symbols are After moving the vehicle away from obstructions, the GPS signals can be received. displayed The vehicle lCheck if the mode is set to the current position screen. position is not Press displayed...
  • Page 70 Troubleshooting Error Messages Error message Solution lThe disc is not installed. Please insert a Check if the disc is installed. If installed, check if the MAP DVD. installed disc is correct. MAP DVD-Read Error lThe disc is wet, dirty, scratched, or upside down, or the disc cannot be played with this unit or the incorrect disc is installed.
  • Page 71: Maintenance

    Never use solvents such as benzene and thinners, they could mar the surface of the unit. Map disc If you require the latest map disc, consult an Expert Dealer, we recommend an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Handling and Care of Map Discs How to hold the disc Label side lDo not touch the underside of the disc.
  • Page 72 Memo...
  • Page 73 Contents Audio System Audio Operation Operating Tips for Audio system ........... 74 (Radio Reception), (Operating Tips for In-Dash CD Changer), (Operating tips for MP3), (Operating Tips for WMA), (CD-TEXT) Operating Tips for Display ............. 81 Beep sound and voice guidance restrictions while using Bluetooth Hands-Free ..................
  • Page 74: Audio Operation

    Audio Operation Operating Tips for Audio system Radio Reception Signals from an FM transmitter are similar to beams of light because they do not bend AM characteristics around corners, but they do reflect. AM signals bend around such things as Unlike AM signals, FM signals cannot travel buildings or mountains and bounce off the beyond the horizon.
  • Page 75 Flutter/Skip noise Strong signal noise Signals from an FM transmitter move in This occurs very close to a transmitter tower. straight lines and become weak in valleys The broadcast signals are extremely strong, between tall buildings, mountains, and other so the result is noise and sound breakup at obstacles.
  • Page 76 lDo not use non-conventional discs such as Operating Tips for In-Dash CD Changer heart-shaped, octagonal discs, etc. The disc may not eject resulting in a Condensation phenomenon malfunction. Immediately after turning on the heater when the vehicle is cold, the CD or optical components (prism and lens) in the In-dash CD changer may become clouded with condensation.
  • Page 77 lUse discs that have been legitimately Handling the In-dash CD changer produced. If illegally-copied discs such as lThis unit may not be able to play certain pirated discs are used, the system may not CD-R/CD-RWs made using a computer or operate properly.
  • Page 78 Operating tips for MP3 CAUTION NOTE This unit can only play MP3 files that have an MP3 file extension (.mp3) attached. Supply of this product only conveys a Do not attach an MP3 file extension to license for private, non-commercial use any other type file as it could cause noise and does not convey a license nor imply to be emitted or a malfunction in the unit.
  • Page 79 Operating Tips for WMA CAUTION WMA is short for Windows Media Audio and This unit plays files with the (.wma) file is the audio compression format used by extension as a WMA file. Do not use the Microsoft. WMA file extension for files other than Audio data can be created and stored at a WMA files.
  • Page 80 CD-TEXT Music CDs are available in which separate As for this audio unit, textual information music data including album/title names, (Album/artist information), which can be music name, artist name, and other textual recorded on individual track regions, information can be recorded. The data stan- appears on the display.
  • Page 81: Operating Tips For Display

    Then try the open/close operation again. If the liquid crystal display still does not move, contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Beep sound and voice guidance restrictions while...
  • Page 82: Power/volume/sound Controls

    Power/Volume/Sound Controls POWER/VOLUME dial PUSH PUSH POWER AUDIO TUNE LOAD / SOURCE button SOURCE RETURN MENU SEEK TRACK VOICE SCAN DISP Power ON/OFF Switch the ignition switch to the ACC or ON position. Press the POWER/VOLUME dial to turn the audio system on. Press the POWER/VOLUME dial again to turn the audio system off.
  • Page 83 The external input terminal is not equipped on your vehicle because it is not standard equipment. 3.Press the TUNE AUDIO dial to display the sound adjustment screen. 4.Select the on -screen button to display the sound adjustment screen. Sound quality adjustment TREBLE (treble sound) Select the on-screen button to increase treble, and...
  • Page 84 ® AudioPilot ® AudioPilot 2 automatically adjusts audio volume and sound quality in accordance with the ® level of noise entering the vehicle interior while driving. When AudioPilot 2 is turned ON, the system automatically calculates the conditions for optimum hearing of sound which may be difficult to hear depending on exterior noise.
  • Page 85: Operating The Radio

    Operating the Radio Channel preset on-screen button TUNE AUDIO dial PUSH PUSH POWER AUDIO TUNE LOAD / SOURCE RETURN MENU SEEK TRACK VOICE SCAN DISP SCAN button AUTO-M on-screen button SOURCE button Radio ON 1.Press the SOURCE button. 2.Select the on-screen button to turn the radio on.
  • Page 86 Note If you continue to press and hold the button, the frequency will continue changing without stopping. Scan tuning Press the SCAN button to automatically sample strong stations. Scanning stops at each station for about 5 seconds. To hold a station, press the SCAN button again during this interval.
  • Page 87: Operating The Satellite Radio

    Operating the Satellite Radio TUNE AUDIO dial PUSH PUSH POWER AUDIO TUNE LOAD / SOURCE button SOURCE RETURN SEEK/TRACK up button MENU SEEK TRACK SEEK/TRACK down button VOICE SCAN DISP SCAN button Used on vehicles equipped with the DLP* unit. * DLP: Down Link Processor (SATELLITE RADIO Module) What is satellite radio? With over 130 channels, SIRIUS Satellite Radio brings you more of what you love.
  • Page 88 How to Activate Satellite Radio You must call SIRIUS to activate your service. Activation is free and takes only a few minutes. SIRIUS service uses an ID code to identify your radio. This code is needed to activate SIRIUS service, and report any problems. To activate you SIRIUS radio tuner, call a SIRIUS customer service specialist at 1-888-539- 7474 or you can visit SIRIUS online at www.sirius.com Please have the following information ready:...
  • Page 89 Selecting SIRIUS Radio Mode 1. Press the SOURCE button. 2. Press the on-screen button When the on-screen button is pressed, it will play the last selected SIRIUS channel. 3. Each time the on-screen button is pressed, the satellite selection changes in the order shown below.
  • Page 90 Note To search for channels in the category currently displayed, press the SCAN button when in the category mode. Unsubscribed Channels Navigation system display: ‘CALL 888-539-SIRIUS TO SUBSCRIBE’ is displayed. Information display: ‘CALL 888’ and ‘539 SIRI’ (Flashes alternately) Note When the subscription contract is canceled all of the channels, except channel 184, appear as unsubscribed.
  • Page 91 Channel preset on-screen button Preset Channel Programming 1. Select the channel you want to store. 2. Hold down the channel preset on-screen button (1-6) briefly. You will hear a beep sound to indicate that the channel has been stored. 3. The channel number for the channel preset on-screen button changes. Note Six stations can be stored in each of the SR banks 1, 2, and 3 for convenient access to your favorite stations.
  • Page 92 Category Change Press the category select on-screen button ( ) and select the desired category. lPress the button to scroll the categories upward. lPress the : to scroll the categories downward. The channel with the lowest number within the category indicated is received. When the channel with the highest number within the category is reached, scrolling will resume from the channel with the lowest number in the category.
  • Page 93 Channel Number, Channel Name, Category, Artist, Song Titles and Info Display Press the on-screen button. Channel name, song title, artist name and INFO are displayed. Song title, Artist name, INFO display • Press the on-screen button to display the last characters of the name. To return to the display of the preset channels, press the on-screen button.
  • Page 94 Note lTen items can be registered in each of the three memory lists (TITLE/ARTIST/TEAM). If ten items are exceeded, 'TITLE/ARTIST/TEAM MEMORY FULL' is displayed and the confirmation screen will appear to inform you that the chronologically oldest program is to be overwritten.
  • Page 95 Instant Replay This function allows you to rewind and replay the program that you were previously or are currently listening to. Press the on-screen button. Song playback time When the on-screen button is briefly pressed (about 0.5 seconds), playback starts from the beginning of the current program.
  • Page 96 Initialization of PIN Code If you have forgotten the registered PIN code, return the PIN code to the default ‘0000’ by performing the following steps: Master code input preparation 1. Press the on-screen button. 2. The screen changes to Parental Lock mode and ‘INPUT PIN ----’...
  • Page 97 Note lIf a PIN code is not input within ten seconds, the system returns to the previous screen. lIf the input PIN code does not match the registered PIN code, ‘Wrong PIN was input. Please input PIN again.’ is displayed for three seconds and the system returns to the PIN code input screen.
  • Page 98 7. If the PIN code matches the previously registered PIN code, the system returns to the normal mode. 8. The parental lock is now released. At this time, mute is off and the sound can be heard. Note lIf an PIN code is not input for ten seconds, the system returns to the previous screen. lIf the input PIN code does not match the registered PIN code, ‘Wrong PIN was input.
  • Page 99: Operating The Bluetooth Audio

    Bluetooth unit, you can listen to music or audio recorded on these audio devices from the vehicle’s speakers. After pairing, operate the audio system’s control panel or the navigation system to play/stop the music or audio. Always pair audio devices to the Bluetooth audio system while the vehicle is stopped.
  • Page 100 A2DP is a profile which transmits only audio to the Bluetooth unit. If your Bluetooth audio device corresponds only to A2DP, but not AVRCP, you cannot operate it using the control panel of the vehicle’s audio or navigation systems. In this case, the Bluetooth audio device can be operated by controlling the device itself, the same as when a portable audio system without the Bluetooth communication function is connected to the AUX terminal.
  • Page 101 1. Press the SOURCE button. 2. Press the on-screen button. 3. Press the on-screen button. 4. Press the screen button. 5. Press the on-screen button. 6. A “Pairing is in progress. Please start pairing procedure on your Bluetooth device.” message with a PIN number is displayed. 7.
  • Page 102: Deleting The Link To A Bluetooth Audio Device

    Note lThe Bluetooth audio device needs to be operated for pairing it to the vehicle’s Bluetooth unit. Refer to the audio device’s instruction manual for the pairing procedure. lIf the pairing failed, a message indicating a pairing error is displayed for three seconds then the screen returns to the normal display.
  • Page 103 5. Press the on-screen button of the Bluetooth audio device you would like to delete from the paired Bluetooth audio devices. On-screen buttons for paired Bluetooth audio divices 6. Press the on-screen button. 7. A confirmation screen is displayed to ask if the device is deleted.
  • Page 104: Changing Paired Bluetooth Device

    Changing paired Bluetooth device 1. Press the SOURCE button. 2. Press the on-screen button. 3. Press the on-screen button. 4. Press the screen button. 5. Press the on-screen button of the Bluetooth device you would like to choose from the paired Bluetooth devices.
  • Page 105 To listen music or voice audio recorded to a Bluetooth audio device, switch to the Bluetooth audio mode to operate the audio device using the audio system or navigation system control panels. Any Bluetooth audio device must be paired to the vehicle’s Bluetooth unit before it can be used.
  • Page 106 RDM: Plays the selected track in the Bluetooth device randomly. FOLDER.RDM: Plays the selected track in the folder randomly. Note lSome functions may not operate or operations may differ depending on the Bluetooth device. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer for information concerning the device.
  • Page 107 Setting the Passcode The system cannot be activated unless the previously set passcode is input. 1. Press the SOURCE button. 2. Press the on-screen button. 3. Press the on-screen button. 4. Press the Passcode on-screen button to switch to the Input Bluetooth Passcode screen.
  • Page 108: Setting The Pin Code

    Setting the PIN code 1. Press the SOURCE button. 2. Press the on-screen button. 3. Press the on-screen button. 4. Press the on-screen button to switch to the Input Bluetooth PIN screen. • Press the on-screen button to return to the Bluetooth Audio screen. 5.
  • Page 109: Operating The In-dash Cd Changer

    Operating the In-Dash CD Changer Folder search on-screen button SEEK/TRACK up button Disc on-screen button PUSH PUSH POWER AUDIO TUNE LOAD / SOURCE RETURN MENU SEEK TRACK VOICE SCAN DISP SCAN on-screen button SEEK/TRACK down button on-screen button SCAN button on-screen button Inserting the CD The display must be open (lowered) to insert the CD.
  • Page 110 Normal insertion 1.Press the LOAD/ button. 2.Press the on-screen button lightly. The display opens and "WAIT" is displayed. 3.Lightly insert the CD after "IN" is displayed. The CD will be inserted and played automatically after the display is closed. Note lA CD cannot be inserted while "WAIT"...
  • Page 111 Normal ejection 1.Press the LOAD/ button. 2.Press the on-screen button lightly. 3.The CD ejects after the display is opened and the desired tray number flashes. 4.The display closes automatically after the ejection is fully completed. Note lIf the CD is not removed from the slot within 15 seconds, it will be re-inserted. When this happens, or if the LOAD/ button is pressed again, the CD ejecting operation will be canceled.
  • Page 112 Playing 1.Press the SOURCE button. 2.Press the on -screen button. 3.Select the tray number on-screen button for the CD you want to play. The song information will be displayed during playback. Note Press the TUNE AUDIO dial if the following screen is not displayed. Music CD MP3/MWA CD Note...
  • Page 113 Fast-forward/Reverse Press and hold the SEEK/TRACK up button ( ) to advance through a track at high speed until a beep sound is heard. Press and hold the SEEK/TRACK down button ( ) to reverse through a track at high speed until a beep sound is heard.
  • Page 114 Repeat play During music CD playback 1.Select the on-screen button during playback to play the current track repeatedly. 2.Select the button again to cancel the repeat play. During MP3/WMA CD playback (Track repeat) 1.Select the on-screen button during playback to play the current track repeatedly. 2.To cancel the repeat play, select the button again after 3 seconds.
  • Page 115 Contents Rear View Monitor Rear View Monitor ................116...
  • Page 116 Rear View Monitor The rear view monitor is a visual assist system when reversing the vehicle that provides images from the rear of the vehicle. For details, refer to the "Rear View Monitor" in the owner's manual.
  • Page 117 Contents Others use Bluetooth Hands-Free Operating the Bluetooth Hands-Free........... 118 (What is Bluetooth Hands-Free?), (Mobile telephone pairing), (Deleting the link to a Mobile telephone), (Changing the registered mobile telephone), (Making calls using a Bluetooth phone), (Receiving call using a Bluetooth phone), (Making phone calls using the outgoing call record), (Making calls using the incoming call record), (Making calls using the phonebook), (Voice tag registration),...
  • Page 118: Bluetooth Hands-free

    Mobile phones which can be connected to the hands-free system need to be compliant with Bluetooth specifications and the appropriate profile, however, even among these Bluetooth phones are some which will not connect with your Mazda or will have limited function. Therefore, consult Mazda Bluetooth Hands-Free Customer Service for information regarding mobile phone compatibility: U.S.A.
  • Page 119 Note lIf the ignition switch is turned off during a hands-free call, the line is transferred to the mobile telephone automatically. lIf the mobile telephone is in a location where radio reception is difficult such as a metal container or in the trunk, the call may not be connected using Bluetooth. If communication is not possible, change the location of the mobile telephone.
  • Page 120: Deleting The Link To A Mobile Telephone

    Note lA mobile telephone can be paired only when the vehicle is parked. lIf a Bluetooth device has already been paired to the vehicle as a Bluetooth audio device, it does not need to be paired again when using the device as a hands-free mobile phone. Conversely, it does not need to be paired again as a Bluetooth audio device if it has already been paired as a hands-free mobile phone.
  • Page 121: Receiving Call Using A Bluetooth Phone

    Receiving call using a Bluetooth phone 1. The currently connected mobile telephone receives calls. 2. The Incoming Call screen is displayed. 3. Press the on-screen button. Note lIf the on-screen button is pressed, the call received on the currently connected mobile telephone is refused and the incoming call screen is no longer displayed.
  • Page 122 4. The system switches to the Outgoing Calls screen. 5. The names or telephone numbers in the outgoing call record are displayed. Press the on-screen button to scroll up or down the list. Press the on-screen button at the name or telephone number of the person you would like to call.
  • Page 123: Making Calls Using The Incoming Call Record

    Making calls using the incoming call record 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth phone screen. 3. Press the on-screen button. • If there are 0 items in the call record, the color of the on-screen button is toned down.
  • Page 124 Making calls using the phonebook Downloading the phonebook Downloads the phonebook data registered to the currently connected mobile telephone into the navigation system. 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU screen is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Phone screen.
  • Page 125 Note lPark your vehicle before attempting to download the phonebook. lIf the download failed, a message indicating a failure is displayed. lIf the mobile telephone is non-PBAP-compliant, a message indicating a download failure is displayed. lMaking an receiving calls from the Bluetooth phone screen is not possible during transfer of phonebook data from the mobile telephone.
  • Page 126 6. The detailed information registered to the phonebook is displayed. The phone numbers registered to each category are displayed. Press the screen button for the number you would like to call. • Press the on-screen button to return to the Phone Book screen. 7.
  • Page 127 4. Press the on-screen button to scroll back and forth through the alphabets. Select the initial letter of the person for who you would like to register a voice tag from the on-screen button. 5. The names/phone numbers registered to the selected initial letter are displayed alphabetically.
  • Page 128 Deleting all registered devices 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU screen is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Phone screen. 3. Press the on-screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Setting screen. 4. Press the on-screen button to switch to the delete confirmation screen.
  • Page 129 Deleting all phonebooks 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU screen is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Phone screen. 3. Press the on-screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Setting screen. 4. Press the on-screen button to switch to the delete confirmation screen.
  • Page 130: Deleting All Outgoing Call Records

    Deleting all outgoing call records 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU screen is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Phone screen. 3. Press the on-screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Setting screen. 4.
  • Page 131 Deleting all incoming call records 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU screen is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Phone screen. 3. Press the on-screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Setting screen. 4.
  • Page 132 Setting the Passcode The system cannot be activated unless the previously set passcode is input. 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU screen is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Phone screen. 3. Press the on-screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Setting screen.
  • Page 133 Setting the PIN code 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU screen is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Phone screen. 3. Press the on-screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Setting screen. 4. Press the on-screen button to scroll down the menu.
  • Page 134 Activating the confirmation prompts function 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU screen is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Phone screen. 3. Press the on-screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Setting screen. 4.
  • Page 135: Activating The Voice Training Function

    Activating the voice training function 1. Press the MENU button. 2. The NAVIGATION MENU screen is displayed. Press the screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Phone screen. 3. Press the on-screen button to switch to the Bluetooth Setting screen. 4.
  • Page 136: Steering Switch

    Steering Switch Operating the Steering Switch Adjusting the Volume To increase the volume, press up the volume switch. To decrease the volume, press down the volume switch. Changing the Source Press the mode switch (MODE) to change the audio source (FM1 radio > FM2 radio > AM radio >...
  • Page 137 Memo...
  • Page 138: License

    This CD player should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except qualified service personnel. Cautions If servicing is required, contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous laser exposure. Never operate the CD player with the top case of the unit removed.
  • Page 139 Note lThe description, in the United States "Subscriber Agreement Required Provisions" on this page is valid only.
  • Page 140 Memo...

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