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Mazda 2: Audio Set (Type A/Type B)

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Audio Set (Type A/Type B)


  1. Power/Volume/Sound Controls
  2. Clock
  3. Operating the Radio (Type A)
  4. Operating the Radio (Type B)
  5. Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player
  6. How to use Auxiliary jack/USB port
  7. Error Indications

Power/Volume/Sound Controls

Power/Volume/Sound Controls


The figure is an example showing the type A unit.

Power ON/OFF

Switch the ignition to ACC or ON. Press the power/volume dial to turn the audio system on. Press the power/volume dial again to turn the audio system off.

Volume adjustment

To adjust the volume, turn the power/ volume dial. Turn the power/volume dial clockwise to increase volume, anticlockwise to decrease it.

Audio sound adjustment

  1. Press the menu button ( )
    to select the function. The selected function will be indicated.
  2. Turn the audio control dial to adjust the selected functions as follows:

Audio Set (Type A/Type B)


*1 Type B

*2 Depending on the model, this function may not be available.

NOTE

If not operated for several seconds, the display returns to the previous display.

To reset bass, treble, fade, and balance, press the menu button ( ) for 2
seconds. The unit will beep and “ CLEAR ” will be displayed.

AF (Setting Alternative Frequency (AF)) (Type B)

The AF function of the Radio Data System (RDS) can be set on or off.

Refer to Operating the Radio (Type B) on page 5-36 .

REG (Setting Regional Programme (REG)) (Type B)

The REG function of the Radio Data System (RDS) can be set on or off.

Refer to Operating the Radio (Type B) on page 5-36 .

ALC (Automatic volume adjustment)

The automatic level control (ALC) changes the audio volume automatically according to the vehicle speed. The faster the vehicle speed, the higher the volume increases. ALC has ALC OFF and ALC LEVEL 1 to 7 modes. At ALC LEVEL 7, the amount that the volume can increase is at the maximum. Select the mode according to the driving conditions.

BEEP (Audio operation sound)

The setting for the operation sound when pressing and holding a button can be changed. The initial setting is ON. Set to OFF to mute the operation sound.

BT SETUP mode *

Music and other audio such as voice data recorded on portable audio devices and mobile phones available on the market which are equipped with the Bluetooth ® transmission function can be listened to via wireless transmission over the vehicle's speakers. Using the BT SETUP mode, these devices can be programmed to the Bluetooth® unit or changed (page 5-94 ).

12Hr 24Hr (12 Hr/24 Hr time
adjustment)

Rotating the audio control dial switches the display between 12 and 24-hour clock time (page 5-32 ).

Clock

Clock


Setting the time

The clock can be set at any time when the ignition is switched to ACC or ON.

  1. To adjust the time, press the clock button ( ) for about 2 seconds
    until a beep is heard.
  2. The clock's current time will fl ash.

    Time adjustment

  • To adjust the time, press the hour/ minute set button ( ) while the
    clock's current time is fl ashing.
  • The hours advance while the hour set button ( ) is pressed. The
    minutes advance while the minute set button ( ) is pressed.

  1. Press the clock button ( )
    again to start the clock.

Time resetting

  1. Press the clock button ( )
    for about 2 seconds until a beep is heard.
  2. Press the :00 button ( 1 ).
  3. When the button is pressed, the time will be reset as follows:

(Example) 12:01—12:29 → 12:00

12:30—12:59 → 1:00

NOTE

  • When the :00 button ( 1 ) is pressed, the seconds will start at “ 00 ”.
  • Switching between 12 and 24-hour clock time:   Press the menu button ( )
    several times until 12 and 24-hour clock time are displayed. Turn the audio control dial in either direction, select the desired clock setting while the preferred clock time is fl ashing.

Operating the Radio (Type A)

Operating the Radio (Type A)


Radio ON

Press a band selector button ( )
to turn the radio on.

Band selection

Successively pressing the band selector button (   ) switches the bands
as follows: FM1 FM2
AM.

The selected mode will be indicated.

NOTE

If the FM broadcast signal becomes weak, reception automatically changes from STEREO to MONO for reduced noise.

Tuning

The radio has the following tuning methods: Manual, Seek, Scan, Preset channel, and Auto memory tuning. The easiest way to tune stations is to set them on preset channels.

Manual tuning

Select the station by pressing the tuning button (  ) lightly.


Seek tuning

Automatic search for radio stations starts when the tuning button (   ) is
pressed until a beep sound is heard. The search stops when a station is found.

NOTE

If you continue to press and hold the button, the frequency will continue changing without stopping.

Scan tuning

Press and hold the scan button (
) to automatically sample strong stations.

Scanning stops at each station for about 5 seconds. To hold a station, press and hold the scan button (   ) again
during this interval.

Preset channel tuning

The 6 preset channels can be used to store 6 AM and 12 FM stations.

  1. To set a channel fi rst select AM, FM1, or FM2. Tune to the desired station.
  2. Press a channel preset button for about 2 seconds until a beep is heard.

    The preset channel number or station frequency will be displayed. The station is now held in the memory.

  3. Repeat this operation for the other stations and bands you want to store.

    To tune one in the memory, select AM, FM1, or FM2 and then press its channel preset button. The station frequency or the channel number will be displayed.

Auto memory tuning

This is especially useful when driving in an area where the local stations are not known.

Press and hold the auto memory button ( ) for about 2 seconds until a
beep is heard; the system will automatically scan and temporarily store up to 6 stations with the strongest frequencies in each selected band in that area.

After scanning is completed, the station with the strongest frequency will be tuned and its frequency displayed. Press and release the auto memory button ( )
to recall stations from the auto-stored stations. One stored station will be selected each time and its frequency and channel number will be displayed.

NOTE

If no stations can be tuned after scanning operations, “ A ” will be displayed.

Operating the Radio (Type B)

Operating the Radio (Type B)


Radio ON

Press a band selector button ( )
to turn the radio on.

Band selection

Successively pressing the band selector button ( ) switches the bands as
follows: FM1 FM2
MW/LW.

The selected mode will be indicated.

NOTE

If the FM broadcast signal becomes weak, reception automatically changes from STEREO to MONO for reduced noise.

Tuning

The radio has the following tuning methods: Manual, Seek, Scan, Preset channel, and Auto memory tuning. The easiest way to tune stations is to set them on preset channels.

Manual tuning

Select the station by pressing the tuning button () lightly.


Seek tuning

Automatic search for radio stations starts when the tuning button ( ) is
pressed until a beep sound is heard. The search stops when a station is found.

NOTE

If you continue to press and hold the button, the frequency will continue changing without stopping.

Scan tuning

Press and hold the scan button ()
to automatically sample strong stations.

Scanning stops at each station for about 5 seconds. To hold a station, press and hold the scan button ( ) again during
this interval.

Preset channel tuning

The 6 preset channels can be used to store 6 MW/LW and 12 FM stations.

  1. To set a channel fi rst select MW/LW, FM1, or FM2. Tune to the desired station.
  2. Press a channel preset button for about 2 seconds until a beep is heard.

    The preset channel number or station frequency will be displayed. The station is now held in the memory.

  3. Repeat this operation for the other stations and bands you want to store.

    To tune one in the memory, select MW/LW, FM1, or FM2 and then press its channel preset button. The station frequency or the channel number will be displayed.

Radio Data System (RDS)

NOTE

The radio data system (RDS) does not function if it is out of the system's service coverage area.

Alternative frequency (AF)

AF functions on FM stations. Press the menu button ( ) and select the AF
mode to turn it on and “ AF ” will be displayed. If the radio reception of the current station weakens, the system switches to an alternative station automatically.

If you wish to continue a regional programme, press the menu button ( ) and select the REG mode to
turn it on. “ REG ON ” is displayed. To cancel it, press the audio control dial and select the REG mode to turn it off. “ REG OFF ” is displayed.

Traffi c announcement (TA)

If the traffi c announcement button (
) is pressed, the unit switches to TA mode and “ TA ” is displayed.

If a TA broadcast is received while in the TA mode, the TA broadcast intercedes even while using other functions (FM, CD, USB, iPod, AUX, or BT audio), and “ Traffi c Info ” is displayed.

During a TA broadcast, press the traffi c announcement button ( ) to end the
broadcast and return to the previous mode.

Programme-type information (PTY)

Some FM stations transmit programmetype codes. This code enables alternative stations transmitting the same programmetype code to be found quickly.

Press the programme-type information button ( ) while in FM mode. The
programme-type code and “ PTY ” will be displayed during reception. If there is no programme-type code, “ None ” will be displayed.

(To choose a programme type:)

  1. Press the Programme-type information button ( ) when the
    programmetype code is displayed.
  2. Operate any one of the following:
  • Press the pre-programmed channel preset button ( 1 to 6 ).
  • Press the Programme-type information button ( ).

(To scan for programme-type information:)

  1. Press the Programme-type information button ( ) when the
    programmetype code is displayed.
  2. Press the Programme-type information button ( ) until the beep
    sounds.

    The unit will scan for broadcasts, if none are found, “ Nothing ” will be displayed and the unit will return to the previously tuned band.

(To store programme types in the channel preset buttons:)

  1. Press the Programme-type information button ( ) when the
    programmetype code is displayed.
  2. Press the Programme-type information button () and select the
    programme type.
  3. While the programme type is displayed, press a channel preset button for about 2 seconds.

Emergency broadcast

If an emergency broadcast is received, the emergency broadcast intercedes even while using other functions (FM, CD, USB, iPod, AUX, or BT audio), and “ Alarm! ” is displayed.

When the emergency broadcast ends, the system will return to the previous mode.

Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player *

Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player *


The figure is an example showing the type A unit.


NOTE

If a disc has both music data (CDDA) and MP3/WMA/AAC fi les, playback of the two or three fi le types differs depending on how the disc was recorded.

Inserting the CD

Insert the CD into the slot, label-side up.

The auto-loading mechanism will set the CD and begin play.

NOTE

There will be a short lapse before play begins while the player reads the digital signals on the CD.

Ejecting the CD

Press the CD eject button ( )
to eject the CD.

Playback

Press the media button (  )
to switch to CD mode and start playback.

NOTE

The CD mode cannot be selected if a CD has not been inserted.

Pause

To stop playback, press the Play/Pause button ( 4 ).

Press the button again to resume playback.

Fast-forward/Reverse

Press and hold the fast-forward button (   )
to advance through a track at high speed.

Press and hold the reverse button (
) to reverse through a track at high speed

Track search

Press the track up button ( )
once to skip forward to the beginning of the next track.

Press the track down button ( )
within a few seconds after playback begins to track down to the beginning of the previous track.

Press the track down button ( )
after a few seconds have elapsed to start playback from the beginning of the current track.

Folder search (during MP3/WMA/AAC CD playback)

To change to the previous folder, press the folder down button ( ), or press
the folder up button ( ) to advance to the
next folder.

Music scan

During music CD playback

This function scans the titles on a CD and plays 10 seconds of each song to aid you in fi nding a song you want to listen to.

Press and hold the scan button ( )
during playback to start the scan play operation (the track number will fl ash).

Press and hold the scan button ( )
again to cancel scan playback.

During MP3/WMA/AAC CD playback

This function scans the titles in a folder currently being played and plays 10 seconds of each song to aid you in fi nding a song you want to listen to. Press and hold the scan button ( ) during
playback to start the scan play operation (the track number will fl ash).

Press and hold the scan button ( )
again to cancel scan playback.

NOTE

If the unit is left in scan, normal playback will resume where scan was selected.

Repeat playback

During music CD playback

  1. Press the repeat button ( 1 ) during playback to play the current track repeatedly. “ TRACK RPT ” is displayed ( is displayed next to RPT at
    the bottom of the display area).
  2. Press the button again to cancel the repeat playback.

During MP3/WMA/AAC CD playback

(Track repeat)

  1. Press the repeat button ( 1 ) during playback to play the current track repeatedly. “ TRACK RPT ” is displayed ( is displayed next to RPT at
    the bottom of the display area).
  2. To cancel the repeat playback, press the button again after 3 seconds.

(Folder repeat)

  1. Press the repeat button ( 1 ) during playback, and then press the button again within 3 seconds to play the tracks in the current folder repeatedly.

    “ FOLDER RPT ” is displayed (
    is displayed next to RPT at the bottom of the display area).

  2. Press the button again to cancel the repeat playback.

Random playback

Tracks are randomly selected and played.

During music CD playback

  1. Press the random button ( 2 ) during playback to play the tracks on the CD randomly. “ DISC RDM ” is displayed (  is displayed next to
    RDM at the bottom of the display area).
  2. Press the button again to cancel the random playback.

During MP3/WMA/AAC CD playback

(Folder random)

  1. Press the random button ( 2 ) during playback to play the tracks in the folder randomly. “ FOLDER RDM ” is displayed ( is displayed next
    to RDM at the bottom of the display area).
  2. To cancel the random playback, press the button again after 3 seconds.

(CD random)

  1. Press the random button ( 2 ) during playback, and then press the button again within 3 seconds to play the tracks on the CD randomly. “ DISC RDM ” is displayed ( is
    displayed next to RDM at the bottom of the display area).
  2. Press the button again to cancel the random playback.

Switching the display

The information displayed on the audio display changes as follows each time the text button ( 3 ) is pressed during playback.

Music CD


MP3/WMA/AAC CD


NOTE

  • The information viewable in the display is only CD information (such as artist name, song title) which has been recorded to the CD.
  • This unit cannot display some characters. Characters which cannot be displayed are indicated by an asterisk (  ).

Display scroll

Only 13 characters can be displayed at one time. To display the rest of the characters of a long title, press and hold the text button ( 3 ). The display scrolls the next 13 characters. Press and hold the text button ( 3 ) again after the last 13 characters have been displayed to return to the beginning of the title.

NOTE

The number of characters which can be displayed is restricted

Message display

If “ CHECK CD ” is displayed, it means that there is some CD malfunction. Check the CD for damage, dirt, or smudges, and then properly reinsert it. If the message appears again, insert another known good CD. If the message continues to appear, take the unit to an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer for service.

How to use Auxiliary jack/USB port

Audio can be heard from the vehicle's speakers by connecting a commerciallyavailable portable audio unit to the auxiliary jack.

Use a commercially-available, nonimpedance (3.5 ) stereo mini plug lead.


Contact an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer for details.

In addition, audio can be played from the vehicle audio device by connecting a USB device or an iPod to the USB port.

Refer to AUX/USB/iPod mode on page 5-71 .

Error Indications

If you see an error indication on the audio display, fi nd the cause in the chart.

If you cannot clear the error indication, take the vehicle to an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer.

Indication Cause Solution
CHECK CD CD is inserted upside down Insert the CD properly.

If the error indication continues to display, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer.

CD is defective Insert another CD properly. If the error indication continues to display, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer.
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