Volume

► "Speed volume": speed-dependent volume control.
► "PDC": volume of the PDC signal compared to the entertainment sound output.
► "Gong": volume of the signal, e. g., the safety belt reminder, compared to the entertainment sound output.
► "Microphone": volume of the microphone during a phone call.
► "Loudspeak.": volume of the loudspeakers during a phone call.
The following volumes are only stored for the respective paired telephone: "Microphone", "Loudspeak.".

Adjusting the volume

1. "CD/Multimedia", "Radio" or "Settings"
2. "Tone"
3. "Volume settings"
4. Select the desired volume setting.

5. To adjust: turn the controller.

5. To adjust: turn the controller.
6. To store: press the controller.

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