Audio Remote Controls

Honda Crosstour / Honda Crosstour 2010-2024 Owner's Manual / Features / Audio System / Audio Remote Controls

Allows you to operate the audio system while driving.

SOURCE Button

SOURCE Button
Cycles through the audio modes as follows: FM AM XM* CD HDD* USB iPod® Bluetooth® Audio* Pandora®* AhaTM* AUX (Volume) Buttons Press : Increases the (Volume) Buttons
Press volume.: Increases the volume.
Press : Decreases the volume.

Buttons • When listening to the radio Buttons
• When listening to the radio
Press preset radio station.: Selects the next preset radio station.
Press preset radio station.: Selects the previous preset radio station.
Press and hold: Selects the next strong station. : Selects the next strong station.
Press and hold Selects the previous strong station.: Selects the previous strong station.

• When listening to a CD, HDD*, iPod®, USB flash drive, or Bluetooth® Audio*
Press song.: Skips to the next song.
Press beginning of the current or previous song.: Goes back to the beginning of the current or previous song.

• When listening to a CD, HDD* or USB flash drive
Press and hold Skips to the next folder.: Skips to the next folder.
Press and hold Goes back to the previous folder.: Goes back to the previous folder.

• When listening to Pandora®*
Press song.: Skips to the next song.
Press and hold Selects the next station.: Selects the next station.
Press and hold Selects the previous station.: Selects the previous station.

    See also:

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