Sound Adjustments

Sound Adjustments  - AM/FM in-dash CD6/MP3 satellite compatible Lincoln premium sound/THX audio 
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Press SOUND repeatedly to cycle through the following features:

BASS: Press SEEK SEEK to adjust the level of bass. to adjust the level of bass.

TREBLE: Press SEEK SEEK to adjust the level of treble. to adjust the level of treble.

BALANCE: Press SEEK SEEK to adjust the audio between the left to adjust the audio between the left (L) and right (R) speakers.

FADE: Press SEEK SEEK to adjust the audio between the back (B) to adjust the audio between the back (B) and front (F) speakers.

SPEED COMPENSATED VOLUME: With this feature on, radio volume automatically gets louder with increasing vehicle speed to compensate for road and wind noise.

The default setting is off.

Use SEEK SEEK to adjust between SPEED OFF and levels 1Ц7: to adjust between SPEED OFF and levels 1Ц7:

Increasing the level from 1 (lowest setting) to 7 (highest setting) allows the radio volume to automatically change slightly with vehicle speed to compensate for road and wind noise.

Recommended level is 1Ц3; SPEED OFF turns the feature off and level 7 is the maximum setting.

ALL SEATS (Occupancy mode, if equipped): Press SOUND repeatedly to reach the Occupancy mode setting. Press SEEK SEEK to to select and optimize sound for ALL SEATS, DRIVERS SEAT or REAR SEATS.

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