Acura RL (2011 year). Instruction — page 20

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Compass System (U.S. model without navigation system)

SOFTWARE TRANSFER
ALLOWED BUT WITH
RESTRICTIONS.

RECOVERY MEDIA.

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While using the voice control

system, all of the speakers are
muted.

For models with navigation

system, refer to the navigation
system manual.

Your vehicle has a voice control
system that allows hands-free
operation of the audio system, the
climate control system and some
functions of the compass system.
The voice control system uses the
TALK and BACK buttons on the
steering wheel and a microphone

near the map light on the ceiling.

You

acknowledge that SOFTWARE is of
US-origin. You agree to comply with
all applicable international and
national laws that apply to the
SOFTWARE, including the U.S.
Export Administration Regulations,
as well as end-user, end-use and
country destination restrictions
issued by U.S. and other
governments.
For additional information on
exporting the SOFTWARE, see

http:

//www.microsoft.com/exporting/.

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Voice Control Basics

EXPORT RESTRICTIONS.

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NOTE:

NOTE:

TALK BUTTON

BACK BUTTON

MICROPHONE
(on the ceiling)

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If the system does not understand a
command or you wait too long to
give a command, it responds with
‘‘Pardon,’’ ‘‘Please repeat,’’ or ‘‘Would
you say again.’’ If the system cannot
perform a command or the
command is not appropriate for the
screen you are on, it sounds a beep.

Anytime you are not sure of what
voice commands are available on a
screen, you can always say ‘‘Help’’ at
any screen. The system can then
read the list of commands to you.

You should use the voice control
system as much as possible, and
consider manual entry using the

as a ‘‘back-up’’

method of entry.

Most of the system’s functions can
be controlled by voice commands
activated with the

button. To

control your compass system by
voice:

Press and release the

button.

Wait for the beep.
Give a voice command.

Once the microphone picks up your
command, the system changes the
display in response to the command
and prompts you for the next
command. Using the

button,

answer the prompts as required.

This button activates the voice
control system. Press it when you
want to give a voice command. See

on page

for

a list of voice commands.

This button has the same function as
the CANCEL button on the center
console (see page

). When you

press it, the display returns to the
previous screen. When the previous
screen appears, the system replays
the last prompt. This button can be
used to cancel an audio, climate
control, or compass system voice
command up to one second after the
command confirmation.

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Voice Command Index

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Compass System (U.S. model without navigation system)

Using the Voice Control System

interf ace dial

Talk

Talk

Talk

Talk Button

Back Button

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Close the windows and the
moonroof.

The fan speed will be
automatically adjusted to low.

Make sure the airflow from the
A/C vents does not interfere with
the system microphone in the
ceiling console. Place your hand
over the microphone; if you feel
any airflow, adjust the vents.

After pressing the

button,

wait for the beep, then give a voice
command.

Give a voice command in a clear,
natural speaking voice without
pausing between words.

To achieve optimum voice
recognition, the following guidelines
should be followed:

Make sure the correct screen

is displayed for the voice command
that you are using. See Voice
Command Index on page

.

When you speak a command, the
system generally either repeats the
command as a confirmation or asks
you for further information. If you do
not wish to hear this feedback, you
can turn it off. See the

setting in

Setup (see page

).

If you hear a prompt such as ‘‘Please
use the interface dial to…’’ or ‘‘Please
choose an area with the interface
dial.’’ the system is asking for input
that cannot be done by voice.

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Talk

Improving Voice Recognition

Voice

Recognition Feedback

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The system accepts these
commands on any screen.

The voice control system needs
appropriate voice commands for
controlling the climate control, the
audio system, and the compass
system.

If the system cannot recognize
your command because of
background noise, speak louder.

If the microphone picks up voices
other than yours, the system may
not interpret your voice
commands correctly.

If you speak a command with
something in your mouth, or your
voice is either too high or too
husky, the system may
misinterpret your voice commands.

If you are still having trouble with
the voice control system, refer to

on the

main menu screen.

(reads list of the commands

for the displayed screen)

(displays set up screen)

(displays the

compass screen)

(displays the main

menu)

(displays the

screen)

(to previous screen,

same as CANCEL or BACK
button)

(cancels current activity)

The voice command help option on
the main menu lists many of the
following controls. To avoid
distraction while you are driving, the
system can read the commands for
you.

The commands are accessible at any
time while driving and can be read to
you so that you do not need to
memorize all of them.

Help

Set up
Display map guide

Display menu

Information

trip

computer
Trip Computer
Backward

Cancel
What time is it?
Calendar

Calculator
Repeat voice
Voice command help

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Global Commands

Voice Command Index

Voice Command Help

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Temperature Commands

Climate control fresh air
Climate control recirculate
Climate control vent
Climate control bi-level

Climate control floor
Climate control floor and defrost
Fan speed up
Fan speed down
Fan speed

Climate control full automatic

Climate control automatic

Climate control off
Air conditioner on
Air conditioner off
Air conditioner
Climate control defrost on
Climate control defrost off
Climate control defrost
Rear defrost on
Rear defrost off
Rear defrost

Temperature

degrees

Temperature up
Temperature down
Temperature max hot
Temperature max cold

Temperature balance
Drive temperature

degrees

Passenger temperature

degrees

Drive vent temperature adjustment
Passenger vent temperature
adjustment
Vent temperature up
Vent temperature down
Vent temperature max
Vent temperature minimum
Vent temperature normal

The system accepts these
commands on most screens.

(vent and

floor)

(

: 1

7) (for best

voice control, keep fan speed at 1 or
2)

Repeating these commands
switches (toggles) the function
between On and Off.

The system accepts these climate
control commands on most screens.

(controls

temperature to 72 degrees F)

(controls

temperature to your selection)

(

: 57 to

87 degrees F)

(displays HI)

(displays

LO)

(

: 57

to 87 degrees F)

(

: 57 to 87 degrees F)

:

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Climate Control Commands

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The system accepts these audio
system commands on most screens.

There are no voice commands for
XM radio.

(or

)

(

: frequency.

Example

(

: frequency.

Example

(same as Radio

)

(

: 1

6)

(

: 1

6)

(

: 1

6)

(

: 1

6)

(

: 1

6)

To control the radio system, say one
of the following commands:

Repeating these commands
switches (toggles) the function
between On and Off.

The commands for vent

temperature settings are available on
the climate control screen.

:

CONTINUED

Audio on
Audio off
Audio
Radio on

Radio play

Radio off
Radio
Radio select FM1
Radio select FM2
Radio select AM
Radio

FM

Radio 95.5 FM)

Radio

AM

Radio 1020 AM)

Radio seek up
Radio seek down
Radio next station

seek
Radio preset
Radio FM preset
Radio FM1 preset
Radio FM2 preset
Radio AM preset
Radio auto select
Radio scan

Radio Commands

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Audio System Commands

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Repeating these commands
switches (toggles) the function
between On and Off.

The system accepts these
commands on most screens.

(

: 1

6)

(

: 1

30)

(

1:

1

6,

2: 1

30)

(resumes ‘‘Play’’

from these commands: ‘‘DVD
track random,’’ ‘‘DVD track repeat,’’
‘‘DVD disc repeat,’’ ‘‘DVD folder
random,’’ and ‘‘DVD folder

repeat’’)

(

: 1

6)

(

: 1

30)

(

1: 1

6,

2: 1

30)

(resumes ‘‘Play’’

from these commands: ‘‘CD track
random,’’ ‘‘CD track repeat,’’ and
‘‘CD disc repeat’’)

The system accepts these
commands on most screens.

Repeating these commands
switches (toggles) the function
between On and Off.

:

:

DVD play
DVD play disc
DVD play track
DVD play disc

1 track

2

DVD skip forward
DVD skip back
DVD play next disc
DVD play previous disc
DVD track random
DVD track repeat
DVD disc repeat
DVD track scan
DVD disc scan
DVD normal play

DVD track list
DVD folder random
DVD folder repeat
DVD folder list

CD Commands

CD play
CD play disc
CD play track
CD play disc

1 track

2

CD skip forward
CD skip back
CD play next disc
CD play previous disc
CD track random
CD track repeat
CD disc repeat
CD track scan
CD disk scan
CD normal play

CD track list
CD folder random
CD folder repeat
CD folder scan
CD folder list

DVD Commands

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MP3/WMA Commands

MP3 play
MP3 play disc
MP3 play track
MP3 play disc

1 track

2

MP3 skip forward
MP3 skip back
MP3 play next disc
MP3 play previous disc
MP3 track random
MP3 track repeat
MP3 disc repeat
MP3 track scan
MP3 disc scan
MP3 normal play

MP3 track list
MP3 folder random
MP3 folder repeat

MP3 folder list
WMA play
WMA play disc
WMA play track
WMA play disc

1 track

2

WMA skip forward
WMA skip back
WMA play next disc
WMA play previous disc
WMA track random
WMA track repeat
WMA disc repeat
WMA track scan
WMA disc scan
WMA normal play

WMA track list
WMA folder random
WMA folder repeat
WMA folder list

The system accepts these
commands on most screens.

(

: 1

6)

(

: 1

30)

(

1:

1

6,

2: 1

30)

(resumes ‘‘Play’’

from these commands: ‘‘MP3
track random,’’ ‘‘MP3 track repeat,’’
‘‘MP3 disc repeat,’’ ‘‘MP3 folder
random,’’ and ‘‘MP3 folder
repeat’’)

(

: 1

6)

(

: 1

30)

(

1:

1

6,

2: 1

30)

(resumes ‘‘Play’’

from these commands: ‘‘WMA
track random,’’ ‘‘WMA track
repeat,’’ ‘‘WMA disc repeat,’’
‘‘WMA folder random,’’ and
‘‘WMA folder repeat’’)

Repeating these commands
switches (toggles) the function
between On and Off.

:

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The system accepts over 100 on-
screen commands. The only
commands that must be chosen by
the interface dial are listed below.

The system accepts these
commands on the first setup screen.
(For the second and third setup
screens, simply say what is written
on the screen, and follow the voice
prompts)

These are additional commands not
found on the

screen. Follow the voice

prompts.

(the system

reads and lists all of the
commands)

Next
Previous
Return
OK
Delete

Brightness up
Brightness down
Brightness minimum/min.
Brightness maximum/max.
Contrast up
Contrast down
Contrast minimum/min
Contrast maximum/max
Black level up
Black level down
Black level minimum/min
Black level maximum/max
Volume up
Volume down
Volume minimum/min.
Volume maximum/max.
Volume Off
Interface Dial feedback off
Interface Dial feedback auto

Interface Dial feedback on

Voice command help

Calendar
Calculator
Trip computer

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On-Screen Commands

Set up Screen Commands

Main Menu Screen Commands

Voice Commands

Help

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To set the clock, the ignition switch
must be in the ACCESSORY (I) or
ON (II) position, and either or both
remotes must be linked.

Say ‘‘Set up’’ or press the SET UP
button on the center console to
display the

. Then

move the interface dial to the right.

Select the

, then

press ENTER. The display changes
to the

screen for

HOUR.

Select the

by

turning the interface knob, then
press ENTER.

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Setting the Clock

Set up screen

Time Adjustment

Time Adjustment

Clock Adjustment

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To adjust the hour, turn the interface
knob, then press ENTER.

Turn the interface knob to adjust the
minute.

Press ENTER to set the time. The
screen will return to the

screen (see page

).

To adjust the minute, push the
interface knob to the right to display
the adjustment screen for MINUTE.

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Clock

adjustment

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The security system helps to protect
your vehicle and valuables from theft.
The horn sounds and a combination
of headlights, parking/side marker
lights, and taillights flash if someone
attempts to break into your vehicle
or remove the audio unit. This alarm
continues for 2 minutes, then the
system resets. To reset an activated
system before the 2 minutes have
elapsed, unlock either front door
with the remote or the built-in key.

Once the security system is set,
opening any door or the hood
without using the built-in key or the
remote will cause it to alarm. It also
alarms if the audio unit is removed
from the dashboard or the audio
system wiring is cut.

The security system automatically
sets 15 seconds after you lock the
doors, close the hood, and close the
trunk. For the system to activate,
you must lock the doors from the
outside with the remote, built-in key,
lock tab, or master door lock switch.
The security system indicator on the
instrument panel starts blinking
immediately to show you the system
is setting itself.

With the system set, you can still
open the trunk with the remote
without triggering the alarm. The
alarm will sound if the trunk lock is
forced, or the trunk is opened with

the trunk release button on the
driver’s door or the emergency trunk
opener.

The security system will not set if
the hood, trunk, or any door is not
fully closed. If the system will not set,
check the Door and Trunk Open
monitor on the instrument panel (see
page

) to see if the doors and

trunk are fully closed. Since it is not
part of the monitor display, manually
check the hood.

Use the keyless access

remote to quickly check that the
hood, the trunk, and all doors are
closed. Push the lock button twice
within 5 seconds. There should be an
audible confirmation beep.

Do not attempt to alter this system
or add other devices to it.

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Cruise control allows you to maintain
a set speed above 25 mph (40 km/h)
without keeping your foot on the
accelerator pedal. It should be used
for cruising on straight, open
highways. It is not recommended for
city driving, winding roads, slippery
roads, heavy rain, or bad weather.

Press and release the SET/
DECEL button on the steering
wheel. The CRUISE CONTROL
icon appears on the multi-
information display to show the
system is now activated.

Accelerate to the desired cruising
speed above 25 mph (40 km/h).

To switch from ACC to cruise
control, press the distance button
on the steering wheel, and hold it
for 1 second (see page

).

Push in the CRUISE button or the
ACC button (models with adaptive
cruise control) on the steering
wheel. The CRUISE MAIN or
green ACC indicator (models with
ACC) indicator on the instrument
panel comes on.

The cruise control system can be
left on, even when it is not in use.

1.

2.

3.

333

On models with adaptive cruise
control

Using Cruise Control

Cruise Control

316

RES/
ACCEL
BUTTON

CRUISE (ACC) BUTTON

SET/
DECEL
BUTTON

Non-ACC model is shown.

Improper use of the cruise
control can lead to a crash.

Use the cruise control only
when traveling on open
highways in good weather.

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You can increase the set cruising
speed in any of these ways:

You can decrease the set cruising
speed in any of these ways:

Press and hold the RES/ACCEL
button. When you reach the
desired cruising speed, release the
button.

Push on the accelerator pedal.
Accelerate to the desired cruising
speed, then press the SET/
DECEL button.

Press and hold the SET/DECEL
button. Release the button when
you reach the desired speed.

To increase your speed in very
small amounts, tap the RES/
ACCEL button. Each time you do
this, the vehicle speeds up about 1
mph (1.6 km/h).

Cruise control may not hold the set
speed when you are going up and
down hills. If your speed increases
going down a hill, use the brakes to
slow down. This will cancel cruise
control. On models with adaptive
cruise control (ACC), this also
causes the cruise control icon on the
multi-information display to go off
and the cruise mode icon to come on.
To resume the set speed, press the
RES/ACCEL button. The CRUISE
CONTROL icon on the multi-
information display will come back
on.

To slow down in very small
amounts, tap the SET/DECEL
button. Each time you do this,
your vehicle will slow down about
1 mph (1.6 km/h).

Tap the brake pedal lightly with
your foot. The CRUISE
CONTROL icon on the multi-
information display will go out.
When the vehicle slows to the
desired speed, press the SET/
DECEL button.

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Changing the Set Speed

Cruise Control

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Tap the brake pedal.

Push the CANCEL button on the
steering wheel.

Resting your foot on the brake pedal
causes cruise control to cancel.

Even with cruise control on, you can
still use the accelerator pedal to
speed up for passing. After
completing the pass, take your foot
off the accelerator pedal. The vehicle
will return to the set cruising speed.

You can cancel cruise control in any
of these ways:

Push the CRUISE (ACC) button.

When you push the CANCEL button
or tap the brake pedal, the system
remembers the previously set speed.
To return to that speed, accelerate to
above 25 mph (40 km/h), then press
and release the RES/ACCEL button.
The CRUISE CONTROL [ACC
(green)] indicator comes on. The
vehicle accelerates to the same
speed as before.

Pressing the CRUISE (ACC) button
turns the system completely off and
erases the previous cruising speed.

Resuming the Set Speed

Canceling Cruise Control

Cruise Control

318

CRUISE (ACC) BUTTON

CANCEL BUTTON

Non-ACC model is shown.

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