Yamaha Star Venture TC, Eluder GT 2018 Owner's Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Yamaha Star Venture TC, Eluder GT 2018 Owner's Manual PDF

Read this manual carefully before operating the system.

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OWNERS MANUAL INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM

2DG-2819V-10

Star Venture Star Venture TC

Star Eluder Star Eluder GT

Read this manual carefully before operating the vehicle. This manual should stay with this vehicle if it is sold.

IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION EAU10134

Particularly important information is distinguished in this manual by the following notations:

This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.

WARNING A WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

NOTICE A NOTICE indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damage to the unit or other property.

TIP A TIP provides additional related information, or information for a better understanding of the system.

*Product and specifications are subject to change without notice.

IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION Conventions For better legibility, the following terms and expressions are used in this manual.

Terms and expressions Operation

Press Use your fi nger to press a hardware button on the vehicle.

Touch Use your fi nger to touch a button, an icon, or other item on the screen.

Bluetooth device The term Bluetooth device is used in many explanations within the manual. However, in general, we assume you will use a smartphone. Other devices, such as a tablet, can also be paired with the vehicle and related audio and phone functions can be used.

[Audio] A term enclosed in brackets indicates a button, title, or screen name used within the audio and navigation system. Example: [Audio] indicates

Touch [COMMS] [Phone].

The arrows represent button touch order to arrive at the desired menu. Example: touch , [COMMS], then the [Phone] button.

Go to [Setting] menu. Touch the button, then the [Settings] button to open the [General] setting menu.

IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION

INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM OWNERS MANUAL

2017 Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. 1st edition, March 2017

All rights reserved. Any reprinting or unauthorized use without the written permission of

Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. is expressly prohibited.

Printed in Japan.

Thank you for choosing Yamaha. We hope you will enjoy using the audio and navigation system. This motorcycle was designed to be used with various option packages. Therefore, some functions of the audio and navigation system require accessory parts, third-party contracts, compatible equipment (such as a smartphone and head- set), and the navigation function requires registration before use. Please contact your Yamaha dealer regarding the installation or set-up of any optional accessories intended to maximize the capabilities and your enjoyment of your motorcycle.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SAFETY INFORMATION

SAFETY INFORMATION ....................1-1 FCC statements (USA) ......................1-2 Industry Canada (IC) statement .........1-2

DESCRIPTION ....................................2-1 Parts location .....................................2-1 Optional parts location .......................2-2 Eluder model ......................................2-2

FUNCTION OF PARTS AND CONTROLS .........................................3-1

System outline....................................3-1 Handlebar switches............................3-1 Passenger switches .......................... 3-3 Audio connectors .............................. 3-3 Audio controls (passenger) ............... 3-4

BASIC OPERATIONS .........................4-1 HOME screen ....................................4-1 Using the touchscreen ...................... 4-4 Moving back to the previous screen/

HOME screen ................................. 4-5 Map screen ....................................... 4-5 Software keyboards .......................... 4-8 Voice recognition function................4-10 Rear view camera ............................4-12 [Function] screen..............................4-12

THINGS TO DO FIRST ........................5-1 Selecting the language ......................5-1 Clock ..................................................5-1 Registering your home ...................... 5-2

Registering your Yamaha dealer ...... 5-3 Connecting a Bluetooth device ......... 5-3

ENJOYING AUDIO PLAYBACK ........ 6-1 Radio: FM/AM/weather band .............6-1 Media playback: Bluetooth/USB/AUX ... 6-4 Pandora Music .................................. 6-8 SiriusXM Satellite Radio ................... 6-9 To make audio settings ..................... 6-9

ENJOYING 2 ZONE AUDIO ................7-1 2 zone audio .......................................7-1 Turning 2 zone audio on/off ...............7-1

COMMUNICATION ..............................8-1 Communication system......................8-1 [Communication] menu ......................8-1 Making a phone call .......................... 8-2 Creating a phone book ...................... 8-5 Using the intercom ............................ 8-5 CB (citizens band) radio .................... 8-6 Receiving text messages ................. 8-8 Vehicle messages ............................. 8-9

NAVIGATION ...................................... 9-1 Destination search .............................9-1 Route guidance ................................9-14

SIRIUSXM ..........................................10-1 SiriusXM Satellite Radio ..................10-1 SiriusXM traffic & weather ............... 10-5

SETTINGS .........................................11-1 [Setting] menu ..................................11-2 Audio settings ..................................11-2 General settings ...............................11-6 Communication settings ................ 11-12 Navigation mode settings .............. 11-18 SiriusXM settings ...........................11-29

APPENDIX .........................................12-1 Care and maintenance .....................12-1 Updating the unit's software ............12-1 Updating the map data .....................12-1 Specifications ...................................12-2 Trademarks ......................................12-5

INDEX ................................................13-1

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SAFETY INFORMATION

WARNING Failure to pay attention while riding could result in death or serious in- jury. Always concentrate on riding by keeping your eyes and mind on the road.

Safe riding and operation tips Set up the audio and navigation system (audio sources, volume controls, destination, etc.) before starting off. Stop the motorcycle in a safe area when making adjustments to the audio and navigation system. Some features, like keyboard input, are disabled when the vehicle is in motion. Check vehicle messages and take corrective action as necessary. (See page 8-9.) Set volume setting levels low enough that traffic noise (sirens, horns, other vehicles) can still be heard. When using the navigation system, always give precedence to current road and traffic conditions.

WARNING It is dangerous to operate the au- dio and navigation system controls while riding. Never take your hands off the han- dlebars while riding.

WARNING The displayed speed limit is taken from information registered in the navigation system. The actual speed limit may be dif- ferent. Always ride according to current traffic conditions.

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FCC statements (USA) This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful

interference, and (2) this device must accept any

interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.

Industry Canada (IC) state- ment This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause

interference; and (2) this device must accept any

interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.

DESCRIPTION

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Parts location

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6. Talk button (passenger) ( ) (page 3-3) 7. Headset jack (passenger) 8. Headset jack (rider) 9. Volume switch / (page 3-1) 10.Navigation controls / / / / / (page 3-1) 11.Talk button (rider) (page 3-2)

DESCRIPTION

1. Touchscreen 2. Front speakers 3. USB 1 port (page 3-3) 4. AUX jack (page 3-3) 5. AM/FM radio antenna

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Optional parts location

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1. Rear speakers 2. CB antenna (page 8-7) 3. USB 2 port (page 3-3) 4. Storage compartment 5. Audio controls (passenger) (page 3-4)

FUNCTION OF PARTS AND CONTROLS

Eluder model

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System outline

The audio and navigation system (the system) allows you to perform a variety of operations via the touchscreen, handlebar-mounted controls, or voice- activated commands. You can, for example: play back audio sources such as an FM broadcast, Pandora Music, etc.

make and receive phone calls, receive SNS text messages, and make CB communications. (Some features require accessory parts and compatible phones.)

use the unit as a navigation device (for GPS-equipped models) and look up destinations throughout Canada and the USA.

make customized settings according to your preference

NOTICE Do not use the audio and navigation system for an extended period of time with the engine off. Otherwise, the battery may discharge.

Handlebar switches

Navigation controls / / / Press these buttons to change the currently highlighted object on the screen. Press / to rotate among the preset stations. Press to perform seek function and search for the next

receivable frequency.

Select button Press this button to select the currently highlighted object on the screen. Press and hold this button to turn off the display (the audio source will not be turned off). See also Using the touchscreen on page 4-4.

Home button Press this button to return to the HOME screen at any time; or when on the HOME screen, to cycle between the Audio, Information, and Map HOME screens. Pressing and holding this button sets the currently displayed HOME screen as the default HOME screen. See also HOME screen on page 4-1.

Volume switch / Press to increase the volume and

to decrease the volume. Press and hold to mute the system.

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Talk button (rider) This button is used to open the [Teleprompter] screen and to activate the CB or intercom. Press and release . The [Teleprompter] screen appears.

For details, see Voice recognition function on page 4-10.

To start and end intercom When the intercom function is activated, press and hold . While the button is held pressed, you can have a conversation with the passenger via optional headset and microphone. To end intercom, release the button. See Using the intercom on page 8-5.

When a CB (citizens band) radio is connected and activated Pressing and holding starts CB radio communication. Releasing the button ends CB radio communication. See CB (citizens band) radio on page 8-6.

TIP When a CB radio is connected to the vehicle and is activated and the inter- com function also is activated, press- ing and holding starts CB radio communication.

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Passenger switches

Talk button

Talk button (passenger) ( ) When the intercom function is activated, press this button to start intercom. To end intercom, press the button again.

When a CB (citizens band) radio is connected Press this button to start CB radio communication. Press again to end CB radio communication.

Audio connectors

One USB 2.0 connector and one 3.5 mm mini audio jack are supplied for the rider, and one USB 2.0 connector for the passenger.

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Audio controls (passenger)

UP/DOWN buttons / Pressing will decrease the volume and will increase the volume.

REV/FWD buttons / These buttons control the playback of the currently selected audio source.

When listening to FM, AM or weather band broadcast Pressing starts search for the stations with lower frequencies. Pressing starts search for the stations with higher frequencies.

When playing back music stored in a Bluetooth device Pressing starts playback of the previous track. Pressing starts playback of the next track.

When playing back music stored in a USB device Pressing starts playback of the previous track. Pressing starts playback of the next track.

When listening to Pandora Music Pressing starts streaming of the next track.

When listening to SiriusXM Radio Pressing searches for lower channels. Pressing searches for higher channels.

SRC (source) button Press this button to change the audio source.

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WARNING It is dangerous to operate the au- dio and navigation system controls while riding. Never take your hands off the han- dlebars while riding.

TIP Confi rm audio and navigation system volume levels, route infor- mation, and other settings before starting off.

Keep the volume at a low enough level to be aware of traffi c conditions and ensure safety.

Stop the vehicle as necessary to operate the audio and navigation system.

WARNING Failure to pay attention while riding could result in death or serious in- jury. Always concentrate on riding by keeping your eyes and mind on the road.

HOME screen

Icons on the HOME screen These icons appear when the relevant function is activated.

Passengers seat heater

Riders seat heater

Grip heater

New vehicle message (such as low tire air pressure)

Sound volume muted

Voice command ready

Intercom turned on

Intercom in use

CB radio turned on

CB radio in use

Signal reception strength

Phone call in use

New SMS messages

Bluetooth turned on

Bluetooth in use

SiriusXM signal reception strength

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HOME screen buttons

Touch this button to open the [Menu] screen.

This is called the home right button. You can assign here one of the fol- lowing buttons. (See page 11-7.)

(Audio button) (Phone button) (Function button) (Destination button)

(Source button) This button changes the audio source.

Additionally, the passenger can press the SRC (source) button to change the audio source.

(Info screen button) Touch this button once to change the Information screen.

The following screens can be assigned as the HOME screen. Information screen

Audio screen

Map screen

You can cycle through the available HOME screens by pressing the home button .

To assign the displayed screen as the HOME screen

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If you want to set the currently displayed screen as the HOME screen, press and hold .

How to read the HOME screen

Information on the HOME screen

Current time

Current street*

Current speed and speed limit* (To turn on/off, see page 11-20.)

Current song or station, etc.

Compass display* When route guidance is activated,

turn-by-turn guidance will appear.

TIP * Street names, speed limits, and route guidance-related information will only appear for GPS-equipped vehicles.

Vehicle information screen

Vehicle information You can change the content of in- formation shown here. (See page 11-6.)

Information on the Audio screen

Name of the currently playing au- dio (and frequency)

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WARNING Always stop the vehicle before op- erating the touchscreen.

Using the touchscreen The touchscreen allows you to perform a variety of operations. Simply touch an object on the screen, and the corresponding operation is made. For example, to open the [Menu] screen from the HOME screen, touch

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The [Menu] screen appears.

Using the handlebar switches Generally, press the navigation controls

/ / / so that the target object is highlighted yellow, and then press the select button .

On the HOME screen Press / so that the upper two buttons or the lower two buttons are highlighted. When you want to call up the [Menu] screen, for example, the upper two buttons should be highlighted, then press .

The upper two buttons are highlighted.

Alternatively, you can press to select the home right button (and call up the Audio screen in the above example).

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On the [Menu] screen Press to go to the audio screen. Press to open the [Setting] menu. Press to open the [Communication] menu. Press to open the [Navigation] menu. Press to open the [Function] screen.

Moving back to the previous screen/HOME screen

Touch this button to return to the previously displayed screen.

Touch this button to return direct- ly to the HOME screen. Pressing the home button also returns you to the HOME screen.

Map screen

TIP The navigation function requires a GPS antenna and must be activated prior to use.

Compass icon Touch this icon to change the map style. The icon changes ac- cordingly.

: Heads up display; the map rotates as you change direc- tion.

: North up display; the map is fixed with north to the top.

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(Menu button) This button opens the [Menu] screen.

Heading icon Shows your location and heading. You can call up screens for destination search directly from the map screen by touching or selecting the heading icon. See page 9-10 for details.

Home right button One of the following four buttons appears here.

(Audio button) (Phone button) (Function button) (Destination button)

To change the assigned button, see page 11-7.

Zoom out/zoom in buttons Touch to zoom out, and touch

to zoom in.

TIP , the home right button, and the zoom out/zoom in buttons will automatically collapse after a while. To expand and use the but- tons, touch one of the four partial- ly visible portions of them, or use the handlebar switches to select them.

When riding in the city, parking garages, tunnels, or wherever else the system cannot receive GPS signals; your location on the map may not be displayed prop- erly. Also, repeated circling, such as in a parking garage or parking lot, may upset the navigation sys- tem. Should either occur, go for a cruise in open spaces!

On the Map screen, you can also see POI (point of interest) icons, such as

and . You can select the POI icons that will be displayed on the map. For details, see page 11-21.

Map styles Touch the compass icon to change the map style. There are three display styles.

Heads up map

This is a 2-dimensional map with the running direction always on the upper side.

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North up map

This is a 2-dimensional map with the north direction always on the upper side.

3-D heads up map

The map is displayed in 3 dimensions. Due to the nature of this display, North Up view is not possible.

To scroll the map Touch your fi nger on the map to the desired direction. A [View map] screen like the following appears.

You can search the surrounding area and set a destination. For details, see page 9-4.

Going home using route guidance Once you have registered your home, you can set a route from the current location to your home, and then start route guidance. A typical example is shown below.

1. On the HOME screen, touch [NAVI].

2. Touch [Destination].

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3. Touch [Go home]. The map screen will appear with

(destination mark) indicating your home.

Destination mark

4. Touch [Go], and route guidance will begin.

Software keyboards Whenever you are required to input characters, a keyboard like the following, automatically appears on the screen.

Also, when you are required to input numbers, a numeric keyboard automatically appears.

Full keyboard

Touch this button to toggle between uppercase and lowercase.

Touch this button to delete the character entered last.

Touch to confi rm the entered characters and quit the keyboard.

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Touch this button and a numeric keyboard appears.

Touch this button, and a symbol keyboard appears.

button changes to . Touch to return to the alphabet keyboard.

Touch this button, and a 9-key key- board appears.

9-key keyboard

Touch this button to return to a full keyboard.

Touch this button, and a 9-key al- phabet keyboard appears.

Letter group change buttons

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Touch this button, and a numeric keyboard appears.

Touch this button, and a symbol keyboard appears.

Symbol change buttons

Touch this button, and an accent- ed letters keyboard appears.

Touch or to move to the next group of letters.

TIP Software keyboards will not ap- pear when the vehicle is in mo- tion.

If you start off with the keyboard displayed, a pop-up message will appear. Stop the vehicle to oper- ate the touchscreen.

Voice recognition function The voice recognition function allows you to control the system with your voice.

TIP You must have a compatible headset and microphone to use voice com- mands.

To activate the voice recognition function First confi rm that the voice recognition function is activated.

1. Go to [Setting] menu.

Category selector

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2. Touch the category selector, and then [Communi.] The [Communi.] setting menu appears.

3. Touch to scroll down.

4. Touch [Voice recognition]. The [Voice recognition] screen appears.

Make sure that [Voice recogni-

tion] is selected (a check mark is added). If you want to view the list of commands you can use during voice control, check to see that [Command list up] is selected.

5. Make sure your headset is con- nected and turned on.

To start voice control 1. Press and release the talk but-

ton . If [Command list up] has been selected on the [Voice recogni- tion] screen, the [Teleprompter] screen appears.

2. To view the list of commands for a specific scene, touch the de- sired scene. To view the list of all the com- mands available, touch [All commands (38)]. If you touch, for example, [Nav- igation commands (11)], the [Navigation commands] screen appears.

3. Touch and to display preceeding/succeeding com- mands, and while referring to the list, speak a voice com- mand.

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Rear view camera If your vehicle is equipped with a rear view camera, turn the [Back camera display] on to view behind the vehicle when parking or backing out.

1. Go to [Setting] menu 2. On the [General] settings menu,

touch twice [Camera]. 3. Touch [Back camera display] so

that a checkmark is added. The rear view camera can now be used.

[Function] screen The [Function] screen allows you to adjust the windscreen height and the seat and grip heaters.

TIP The available functions will vary de- pending on your vehicles specifi ca- tions.

Opening the [Function] screen On the HOME screen, touch [Function]. Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen if set as the home right button. The [Function] screen appears.

TIP When the main switch is in the ACC (accessory) position, the [Windscreen] buttons will appear as normal, but cannot be operated. The [Seat Heat- er] button and [Grip Heater] button will gray out and cannot be operated.

Adjusting the windscreen position 1. Open the [Function] screen. 2. Touch the upper [Windscreen]

button to raise the windscreen. Touch the lower [Windscreen] button to lower the windscreen.

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Adjusting the grip/seat heater set- tings

1. Open the [Function] screen. 2. To adjust the seat heater tem-

perature, touch [Seat Heater]. Each time you touch [Seat Heat- er], the seat heater temperature will be set to (low), (mid- dle), (high), or [OFF]. To adjust the grip heater tem- perature, touch [Grip Heater]. Each time you touch [Grip Heat- er], the seat heater temperature will be set to (low), (mid- dle), (high), or [OFF].

TIP To fine tune the heater settings, see page 11-8.

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Selecting the language You can change the display language to English or French. Proceed as follows to select the language.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. On the [General] settings menu,

touch [Language]. The [Language] screen ap- pears.

3. Touch [English] or [French], ac- cording to your preference. A checkmark will be added to the language you have choos- en.

4. Touch to return to the HOME screen.

Clock For navigation-equipped vehicles, the clock can be set to synchronize with the GPS time. Otherwise set the internal clock as follows.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. On the [General] settings menu,

touch [Clock]. The [Clock] screen appears.

3. Touch [12h/24h]. The following screen appears.

Touch the desired notation, [12h] or [24h].

4. Touch or for hour and minute to set the clock to the current time.

5. Touch to return to the HOME screen.

TIP Use [DST] to adjust for daylight savings time.

Select [GPS Time] to have the clock automatically synchronized with the GPS time.

Use [Time zone] to adjust to a de- sired time zone.

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Registering your home If your vehicle is equipped with GPS and the navigation system has been activated, you can register your home and use the Go home function. The system provides you various ways to register your home. In this section, how to register the current location on the map as your home is described. With your vehicle parked at your residence, proceed as follows.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. Category selector

2. Touch the category selector, and then [Navigation]. The [Navigation] setting menu appears.

3. Touch [Home]. The [Home] screen appears.

4. Touch [Current location] (sec- ond line). [Current location] at the top is replaced with the actual address of the current location on the map, i.e., your home address.

5. Touch [Set]. The current location is regis- tered as your home.

For other ways to register your home, see page 11-23.

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Registering your Yamaha dealer If the navigation function is activated, you can register your Yamaha dealer location. The registered dealer location can be selected as the destination of route guidance. In addition to 911, your Yamaha dealers phone number will be listed on the [Emergency] screen. For details, see page 8-4.

To register your Yamaha dealer, proceed as follows.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. On the [General] settings menu,

touch [Maintenance]. The [Maintenance] screen ap- pears.

3. Touch [My Dealer]. The [My Dealer] screen ap- pears.

From the [My Dealer] screen, you can register your Yamaha dealer in various ways.

Connecting a Bluetooth device You can use a Bluetooth device, such as a smartphone, with the audio and navigation system. To use a Bluetooth device with the system, you must fi rst connect the Bluetooth device with the system. Such connection is also known as pairing.

For detailed explanation on how to connect a Bluetooth device, see page 11-13.

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Radio: FM/AM/weather band

FM broadcast

To call up the FM reception screen

1. On the HOME screen, touch [Audio].

Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen, if it is set as the home right button. The last used audio screen is displayed.

Audio source selector

2. Touch the audio source selec- tor, and then [FM]. The FM reception screen ap- pears.

Station name and content name

[Add preset] button and preset stations list

To search for the desired station Use the button. Touch to search for the stations with lower frequencies, and with higher frequencies. Repeat this operation until the desired station is received.

The passenger can search for the desired station by pressing the REV/ FWD buttons / .

To preset stations While receiving the station to preset, touch [Add preset], and then place it in the preset stations list where you want to add the station. Frequency and name of the station are added to the preset stations list. To listen to a preset station, scroll up and down the preset stations list.

To select a station by category

1. Touch [Categ.]. A list of the program type, such as news, information, sports, talk and so forth, appears.

2. Touch the desired program type.

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To show the detected stations Touch [List]. If you touch [List], a list of detected stations within that category will appear. Touch [PTY name] to re-select the category.

AM broadcast

To call up the AM reception screen

1. On the HOME screen, touch [Audio].

Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen, if it is set as the home right button. The last used audio screen is displayed.

Audio source selector

2. Touch the audio source selector, and then [AM]. The AM reception screen ap- pears.

Station name and frequency

[Add preset] button and preset stations list

To search for the desired station Use the button. Touch to search for the stations with lower frequencies, and with higher frequencies. Repeat this operation until the desired station is received. The passenger can search for the desired station by pressing the REV/ FWD buttons / .

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To preset stations While receiving the station to preset, touch [Add preset], and then place it in the preset stations list where you want to add the station. Frequency and name of the station are added to the preset stations list. To listen to a preset station, touch the desired station on the preset station list.

To preset stations automatically Touch [Auto.P]. Scanning starts and the detected stations (up to fi ve) will automatically be preset and added to the preset stations list.

To show the detected stations Touch [List]. Scanning starts and the detected stations will be shown. To listen to a detected station, touch the desired station on the list.

Weather band broadcast

To call up the weather band reception screen

1. On the HOME screen, touch [Audio].

Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen, if it is set as the home right button. The last used audio screen is displayed.

Audio source selector

2. Touch the audio source selec- tor, and then [WB]. The weather band reception screen appears.

[Add preset] button and preset stations list

To search for a station Use the button. Touch to search for the stations with lower frequencies, and with higher frequencies. Repeat this operation until the desired station is received. The passenger can search for a station by pressing the REV/FWD buttons / .

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To preset stations While receiving the station to preset, touch [Add preset], and then place it in the preset stations list where you want to add the station. Frequency and name of the station are added to the preset stations list. To listen to a preset station, touch the desired station on the preset station list.

To turn on/off weather alerts Touch [Alert]. Each time you touch [Alert], [Alert OFF] on the screen changes to [Alert ON], and vice versa. When [Alert ON] is selected, you will be notifi ed when a weather alert is received. For example, [Alert ON] will be displayed on the audio screen, or an audible message can be heard during route navigation.

To show the detected stations Touch [List]. Scanning starts and the detected stations will be shown. To listen to a detected station, touch the desired station on the list.

Media playback: Bluetooth/ USB/AUX

Bluetooth device

TIP The Bluetooth device must be paired with the vehicle before you can enjoy audio playback from the Bluetooth de- vice. See page 11-13.

To call up the Bluetooth playback screen

1. On the HOME screen, touch [Audio].

Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen, if it is set as the home right button. The last used audio screen is displayed.

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Audio source selector

2. Touch the audio source selec- tor, and then [BT]. The Bluetooth playback screen appears.

To control playback To pause playback, touch . The button changes to . To restart playback, touch . To go back to the previous track, touch

. To go to the next track, touch . To play music in the playlist randomly, touch . To repeat playback, touch . Depending on the current playlist, the repeat mode will be one of the following: Album repeat / artist repeat / all tracks repeat / one track repeat. To stop repeat playback, touch again.

The passenger can also control playback by pressing the REV/FWD buttons / .

To show the music list Touch [List]. Depending on the current music menu or the arrangement in the Bluetooth device, one of the following music list appears: All music / Music in the album / Music in the playlist.

To show the music menu Touch [Music menu]. A screen like the following appears.

Music menu

To change the music menu, touch the desired music menu: [Playlist], [Genre], [Album], [Artist], or [Songs] (all songs).

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TIP The music list and the music menu can be used when:

the Bluetooth device supports AVRCP1.4 or higher.

the default music player of the Bluetooth device is used.

For best results, update your smartphones operating software.

Not all functions compatible with all phones or devices.

USB memory device

To call up the USB playback screen

1. On the HOME screen, touch [Audio].

Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen, if it is set as the home right button. The last used audio screen is displayed.

Audio source selector

2. Touch the audio source selec- tor, and then [USB]. The USB playback screen ap- pears.

To control playback To pause playback, touch . The button changes to . To restart playback, touch . To go back to the previous track, touch

. To go to the next track, touch . To play music in the playlist randomly, touch . To repeat playback, touch . Depending on the current playlist, the repeat mode will be one of the followings: Album repeat / artist repeat / all tracks repeat / one track repeat. To stop repeat playback, touch again.

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The passenger can also control playback by pressing the REV/FWD buttons / .

To show the music list Touch [List]. Depending on the current music menu or the arrangement in the USB device, one of the following music list appears: All music / Music in the album / Music in the playlist. Touch the desired music list to play.

To show the music menu Touch [Music menu]. A screen like the following appears.

Music menu

To change the music menu, touch the desired music menu: [Playlist], [Genre], [Album], [Artist], or simply all songs. If two USB memory devices are connected, touch [USB2] to activate the second USB memory device. The button changes to [USB1]. To activate the fi rst USB memory device, touch [USB1].

Auxiliary device

To call up the auxiliary device play- back screen

1. On the HOME screen, touch [Audio].

Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen, if it is set as the home right button. The last used audio screen is displayed.

Audio source selector

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2. Touch the audio source selec- tor, and then [AUX]. The auxiliary device playback screen appears.

To adjust volume You can set additional gain to the volume of the auxiliary device playback. Touch [Hi] to add +12 dB gain. Touch [Mid] to add +6 dB gain. Touch [OFF] to return to the original volume level.

Pandora Music

To call up the Pandora Music streaming screen

1. On the HOME screen, touch [Audio].

Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen, if it is set as the home right button. The last used audio screen is displayed.

Audio source selector

2. Touch the audio source selec- tor, and then [pandora]. The Pandora Music streaming screen appears.

To control streaming To go to the next track, touch . To pause streaming, touch . The button changes to . To restart streaming, touch .

The passenger can also skip to the next track by pressing the FWD button

.

TIP An internet-connected Bluetooth de- vice must be paired with the vehicle to use Pandora Music.

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To show registered channels Touch [List]. The following screen appears.

Touch the desired channel name to start playback. To activate/deactivate the shuf e play, touch [SHUFFLE].

To rate the current song To send the thumbs-up message, touch . To send the thumbs-down message, touch .

To insert a bookmark Touch .

SiriusXM Satellite Radio Equipped models can subscribe to SiriusXM and enjoy streaming music, weather, and traffi c information. You will need the vehicle's Radio ID number to complete the subscription.

To fi nd the Radio ID number You can fi nd the Radio ID number by tuning to Channel 0 or by going to the SiriusXM subscription information screen. See page 11-29. Find the SiriusXM Radio ID number on the screen as shown below.

Radio ID number

TIP Visit www.siriusxm.com (in the US) or www.siriusxm.ca (in Can- ada) for subscription information.

SiriusXM is available for the conti- nental 48 states and metropolitan Canada.

See page 10-1 after subscribing.

To make audio settings Touch . The following screen appears.

TIP You can also access this screen via [Setting] [Audio].

For detailed audio setting infor- mation, see page 11-2.

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2 zone audio The 2-zone audio function allows the rider and the passenger to enjoy different music at the same time.

If the rider is listening to a tuner source, the passenger can only listen to the same tuner source, but a separate media or AUX source can be independently listened to. If the rider selects a different source within the tuner source (FM/AM/ SiriusXM) or media source (USB, Bluetooth, Pandora Music) than

the passenger is listening to, the passenger's source audio will also change. Rider audio (zone 1) can also be output to the front speakers and/or rear speakers. (See page 11-11.)

Turning 2 zone audio on/off 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Communi.]. 3. Touch to scroll down.

4. Add a checkmark to turn on 2 zone audio, or remove the checkmark to turn it off.

TIP You can also activate the 2-zone au- dio function by following [Setting] [Audio], and then scrolling down and adding a checkmark to [2 zone audio].

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Communication system WARNING Use this system and all related de- vices only in a lawful manner, and only in areas where it is legal to do so.

Text messaging is illegal while operating the vehicle.

CB radio communication is governed by federal guidelines and may be restricted in cer- tain situations.

Depending on the vehicle's equipped accessories, you can do the following. Phone communication using a phone connected to the system via Bluetooth.

Voice communication between rider and passenger

CB (citizens band) radio communication using a CB radio device connected to the vehicle

Reception of SMS messages Reception of messages from the vehicle

[Communication] menu Call up the [Communication] menu to perform communication-related operations.

1. On the HOME screen, touch [COMMS].

The [Communication] menu ap- pears.

To make communication settings On the [Communication] menu, touch [Setting]. The following screen appears.

TIP You can also access this screen via [Setting] [Communi.]

For detailed communication set- ting information, see page 11-12.

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Making a phone call If a phone is connected to the system via Bluetooth, you can make a hands- free phone call. You will need a headset with microphone to make the call.

1. Open the [Communication] menu.

2. Touch [Phone]. The [Phone] screen appears. Currently connected Bluetooth device (smartphone, etc.) name

Use the [Phone] screen to make a phone call in various ways.

TIP If a phone is not paired with the ve- hicle, the [Bluetooth] screen will auto-

matically appear instead. Pair a phone device with the vehicle before making a call.

To make a phone call by entering the other partys phone number

1. On the [Phone] screen, touch [Number].

2. Enter the other partys phone number by using the numer- ic keyboard that appears, and touch [Call]. The screen changes as follows. The other party you are calling

You can touch [Cancel] to cancel calling before the line is connected.

To make a phone call using the phonebook

1. On the [Phone] screen, touch [Phonebook]. The [Phonebook] screen ap- pears.

Index tab

2. If necessary, touch the index tab and select another index tab, for example, [D-F].

3. Touch or , if necessary, and touch the other partys name you want to call.

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To update the phonebook content On the [Phonebook] screen, touch [Refresh]. The confi rmation window appears.

Touch [Yes] to update the phonebook content. Touch [No] to cancel operation.

TIP Use the refresh function to synchro- nize your smartphones phonebook with the vehicle.

To make a phone call by referring to the recently made phone communi- cation list

1. On the [Phone] screen, touch [Recent]. The [Recent] screen appears.

[Call]/[Received]

2. Touch either [Call] or [Re- ceived]. To show the list of dispatched phone call, touch [Call]. To show the list of received phone call, touch [Received].

3. Touch or , if necessary, and touch the other partys name you want to call.

To redial To redial the number you have called last, proceed as follows.

1. On the [Phone] screen, touch [Redial]. A confirmation window appears.

2. Touch [Call] to redial.

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To make an emergency phone call 1. On the [Phone] screen, touch

[Emergency]. The [Emergency] screen ap- pears. If you have already registered the location of a specific Ya- maha dealer, its name will be shown on the [Emergency] screen.

2. Touch the emergency number or the name of the Yamaha dealer you want to call.

Screen during a phone call When the line is connected, the screen changes as follows. The other partys phone number or name

To turn on/off the speaker system During phone call, you can turn on or off the vehicles speaker system by touching .

To enable/disable the microphone During phone call, you can enable or disable input of the headsets microphone by touching .

To enable/disable hands-free mode During phone call, you can enable or disable the hands-free mode by touching .

To terminate the phone call Touch [End call]. Alternatively, press to terminate the phone call.

To call up the [Phone] setting menu On the [Phone] screen, touch . The following screen appears.

TIP You can also access this screen via

[Setting] [Communi.] [Phone]. For detailed phone setting infor- mation, see page 11-16.

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When there is an incoming call The screen changes as follows.

Callers phone number or name

To answer the incoming call, touch [Answer]. Alternatively, press to answer the incoming call. To deny the call, touch [Ignore].

Creating a phone book You can create a phone book by importing the phone book content stored in your smartphone, etc.

1. Pair the Bluetooth device and the vehicle. (See page 11-13.)

2. Operate the Bluetooth device so that its phonebook content can be exported.

Using the intercom The intercom can be used to talk to the passenger, and vice versa. Both parties must have a headset and microphone.

To turn on the intercom 1. Open the [Communication] menu. 2. Touch [Intercom].

The [Intercom] screen appears.

3. Touch [ON] to turn on intercom. The [ON] button changes to [OFF]. Touch [OFF] to turn off intercom.

When the intercom is turned on, you can start intercom by pressing and holding the talk button , and end it by releasing the button.

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The passenger can also start intercom by pressing the talk button ( ), and end it by pressing the button again.

Making setting changes On the [Intercom] screen, touch . The following screen appears.

TIP You can also access this screen via [Setting] [Communi.]

For detailed communication set- ting information, see page 11-12.

CB (citizens band) radio If a CB radio device is connected to the vehicle, you can make CB radio communication.

To call up the CB radio screen 1. Open the [Communication]

menu. 2. Touch [CB Radio].

The [CB Radio] screen appears. CB radio communication status

[Add preset] button and preset channels list

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To use the CB radio If the CB radio is turned off, touch [ON] to turn it on. The [ON] button changes to [OFF]. To start CB radio communication, press and hold the talk button , and release the button to end it.

The passenger can start CB radio communication by pressing the talk button ( ), and end it by pressing the button again.

To change the channel Use the button. Touch to change the channel to lower frequency, and touch to change the channel to higher frequency. Note that when CH1 is selected and you touch , CH40 will be selected; when CH40 is selected and you touch

, CH1 will be selected.

To preset the currently selected chan- nel Touch [Add preset], and then place it in the preset channels list where you want to add the channel. The channel will be added to the preset channels list.

To adjust squelch sensitivity You can adjust the squelch sensitivity to fi lter out weaker signals and white noise. Touch or to adjust sensitivity. The adjustable range is from 0/14 to 14/14.

WARNING Adjust squelch level incrementally to avoid disruptive noise.

Safety Notice The antenna used for CB radio must be properly installed and maintained, must provide a separation distance of at least 56 cm (22 Inches) from all persons, and must not be located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Never transmit if any person is closer than the specifi ed distance to the antenna.

TIP While a 0 dBi gain antenna is nor- mal for a typical installation, the above limit applies to any anten- na with up to 3 dBi gain.

Any changes made to this device not expressly approved by Mid- land Radio Corporation, or any use of it not intended by the man- ufacturer may void your authori- zation to operate this device.

Use Notice The Citizens Band Radio Service is under the jurisdiction of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States, and the General

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Radio Service (GRS) in Canada. Any adjustments or alterations which would alter the performance of the transceivers original FCC type acceptance, or which would change the frequency determining method, are strictly prohibited. Replacement or substitution of crystal, transistors, ICs, regulator diodes, or any other part of a unique nature, with parts other than those recommend by Midland Radio Corporation may cause violations of the technical regulations in Part 95 of the FCC Rules or cause violation of type acceptance requirements in Part 2 of the rules.

TIP All channels, except channel 9, may be used for communications between stations operating under different licenses.

Channel 9 has been reserved by the FCC for emergency commu- nications involving the immediate safety of individuals or immediate protection of property. Channel 9 may also be used to render as- sistance to a motorist. This is an FCC rule and applies to all opera- tors of CB radios.

Receiving text messages If your phone receives an SMS text message, the message can be viewed on the screen. The appears when a new message is received.

1. Open the [Communication] menu.

2. Touch [SMS]. The [SMS] screen appears.

The most current message ap- pears on top.

3. Touch or to scroll and then touch the message youd like to read.

TIP Touch the [Phone call] button to call the sender back.

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Vehicle messages The vehicle will send you messages regarding vehicle status, such as setting changes or detected irregularities. The icon appears when there is a message from the vehicle.

1. Open the [Communication] menu.

2. Touch [Message]. The [Message] screen appears.

New indicates a message you have not yet read.

3. To read a specific message, touch the message you want to read.

You can delete the message by touching [Delete].

TIP Touch [Read all] to make all mes- sages read.

Touch [Delete all] to delete all messages.

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Destination search

To open the [Destination] menu 1. On the HOME screen, touch

[NAVI]. Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen, if it is set as the home right button. The [Navigation] menu appears.

2. Touch [Destination]. The [Destination] menu ap- pears.

3. Touch or to switch among the three [Destination] button pages.

TIP You can add, delete, and move these buttons. See page 9-11.

To search by categories 1. Open the [Destination] menu. 2. Touch [Categories].

The [Categories] screen appears. [Categories] screen sections

The main categories screen has 3 sections: [Stop-off], [Categories], and [Search tools]. Each section is explained in the following pages.

TIP After selecting your destination, the map screen will appear with (destination mark) indicating the selected destination.

You can now start route guidance from your current location to the set destination. See page 9-15.

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Stop-off facilities

1. On the [Categories] screen, touch [Stop-off]. The [Stop-off] screen appears.

2. Touch the desired facility type, such as [Gas station]. All the nearby facilities names and addresses registered are listed up.

3. Touch or to scroll and then touch the desired facility name.

Categories

1. On the [Categories] screen, touch [Categories]. The [Categories] screen ap- pears.

2. Touch or , and touch the de- sired category, such as [Restau- rant].

3. Touch [All Categories], and all the nearby facilities names and ad- dresses, included in the specifi ed category, are listed up.

4. Continue searching for the de- sired facility by touching , and a style name.

Touch the desired category, continue searching for the de- sired facility if a subcategory screen appears.

TIP Touch [Browse by Style] if it is avail- able, and the [Browse by Style] screen appears.

5. Touch or to scroll and then touch the desired facility name.

Search tools

1. On the [Categories] screen, touch [Search tools]. The [Search tools] screen ap- pears.

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2. Touch or , and touch the desired way to find your desti- nation.

You can choose from among the following ways to fi nd your destination.

[Address] Allows you to fi nd your destination by entering its address. See page 9-4.

[Input keyword] Allows you to fi nd your destination by entering a keyword. See page 9-5.

[Phone No.] Allows you to fi nd your destination by entering its phone number. See page 9-8.

[Coordinates] Allows you to fi nd your destination by entering its latitude and longitude. See page 9-8.

[Intersection] When you touch [Intersection], the [Intersection] screen appears.

Proceed as follows. 1. Touch [State, Country]. 2. Touch [Canada] or [United

States] to select the country. 3. Enter the state name by using

the keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter].

4. Touch [Spell City]. 5. Enter the city name by using

the keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter].

6. Touch [Spell Intersection]. 7. Enter the intersection name

by using the keyboard that ap- pears, and touch [Enter].

8. Touch the intersection name.

[Cities] Allows you to fi nd your destination by specifying the desired city in the currently selected country. When you touch [Cities], the [Cities] screen appears.

Proceed as follows. 1. Enter the city name by using the

keyboard, and touch [Enter]. 2. Touch the city name.

The map screen appears, with (destination mark) indicating

the location in the selected city. You can now start route guidance.

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[Import location] Allows you to fi nd your destination by selecting a location stored in a USB memory device.

To fi nd your destination on the map 1. Open the [Destination] menu.

See page 9-1. 2. Touch [View map].

The [View map] screen appears.

Cross cursor

3. Touch the position you want to set as the destination, and the cross cursor points the touched position.

You can touch , , , or to move the cross cursor

position to the left, right, up, or down. If you keep touching one of these buttons, the cross cursor continuously moves to the di- rection of the button. To zoom out or zoom in, touch

or . 4. Touch [Info.] to show informa-

tion on the location, if neces- sary. Touch [Info.off] to hide the infor- mation. Touch [Save] to save the current location in memory. Touch [Go] to start route guid- ance.

(destination mark) points the location set as the destination.

You can now start route guidance.

To fi nd your destination by entering the address

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [Address]. The [Address] screen appears.

3. Touch [State, Country]. 4. Touch [Canada] or [United

States] to select the country. 5. Enter the state name by using

the keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter].

6. Touch [Spell City].

See To find your destination from gpx file (logbook) data stored in a USB memory device on page 9-6.

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7. Enter the city name by using the keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter]. Alternatively, you can designate the city name by entering its zip code. Touch [Zip Code], enter the zip code by using the numeric key- board that appears, and touch [Enter].

8. Touch [Spell Street]. 9. Enter the street name by using

the keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter].

10. Enter the street number by us- ing the numeric keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter]. The map screen appears, with

(destination mark) indicating the entered address location.

You can now start route guidance.

To fi nd your destination from the destinations saved or recently set

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [Saved/Recent]. The [Saved] screen appears as the default one.

3. To show the list of destinations recently set, touch [Recent].

4. Touch the desired location list- ed on the [Saved] or [Recent] screen. The map screen appears, with

(destination mark) indicating the selected location.

You can now start route guidance.

To fi nd your destination by entering a keyword

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [Input keyword]. The [Input keyword] screen ap- pears.

3. Enter a keyword, such as MU- SEUM, AMUSEMENT, or BEACH, etc. by using the key- board. If locations that match the en- tered keyword are found, a list of them appears. Best matches will be shown in descending order.

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4. Touch or if necessary, and touch the desired location. The map screen appears, with

(destination mark) indicating the selected location.

You can now start route guidance.

To set a Yamaha dealers location as the destination

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [Dealer]. The [Dealer] screen appears, showing the list of nearby Ya- maha dealers detected.

3. Touch the desired Yamaha deal- ers location. The map screen appears, with

(destination mark) indicating the selected location.

You can now start route guidance.

WPT type data Consists of location data.

RTE type data Consists of trip data including the destination location.

TRK type data Consists of trail data including the start point and end point.

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [Import location]. The [Import location] screen ap- pears.

There are three types of gpx file (logbook) data.

To find your destination from gpx file (logbook) data stored in a USB memory device

All route data must be in GPX format (.gpx), and saved in a folder named gpx. Only letters, numbers and under- score may be used in route file names. According to the data types stored, you have several options to select a destination.

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3. Touch [USB1] or [USB2], ac- cording to the USB port you connected the USB memory de- vice.

If only the WPT type data is available in the USB memory device The location data is imported and set as the destination. The map screen appears, with (destination mark) indicating the imported location. You can now start route guidance. If the imported location could not be found on the map, a window appears to tell you that the data was not usable.

If only the RTE type data is avaialble in the USB memory device

The trip data is imported. The destination data in the trip data is set as the destination, and the via points data in the trip data are also set as the via points in the route. The map screen appears, with (destination mark) indicating the imported destination. You can now start route guidance. If the imported destination could not be found on the map, or if there were more than 6 destinations in the trip data, a window appears to tell you that the data was not usable.

If only the TRK type data is available in the USB memory device A screen like the following appears.

You can confi rm the start point and

end point location on the map by touching [View Map]. To import the start point in the TRK type data and set it as the destination, touch [Import Start Point]. To import the end point in the TRK type data and set it as the destination, touch [Import End Point]. In both cases, the map screen appears, with (destination mark) indicating the imported point. You can now start route guidance. If the imported start point or end point could not be found on the map, a window appears to tell you that the data was not usable.

If two or three types of data are avail- able in the USB memory device A screen like the following appears.

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TIP To use the WPT type data in the USB memory device, touch [Im- port Point].

To use the RTE type data in the USB memory device, touch [Im- port Trips].

To use the TRK type data in the USB memory device, touch [Im- port Trails].

To fi nd your destination by entering the phone number

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [Phone No.]. The [Phone No.] screen ap- pears.

3. Enter the phone number of the location to be set as the desti- nation. Alternatively, touch [Phone book] to show the phonebook. You can select a location from the phone book. To return to the numeric key- board, touch [Number].

4. Touch the desired location. The map screen appears, with

(destination mark) indicating the selected location.

You can now start route guidance.

To set the registered Yamaha dealer as the destination If you have already registered the location of a specifi c Yamaha dealer, you can set it as the destination.

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [My Dealer]. The map screen appears, with

(destination mark) indicating the dealers location.

You can now start route guidance.

TIP If you have not yet registered the location of a specifi c Yamaha dealer, you will be asked to do so when you touch [My Dealer].

Touch [Yes] to proceed with regis- tration, otherwise touch [No].

To fi nd your destination by entering the latitude and longitude

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [Coordinate]. The [Coordinate] screen ap- pears, prompting you to enter the latitude of the destination location.

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3. Enter the degree, minute, and second of the latitude, and then touch [N] to specify a north lat- itude, or [S] to specify a south latitude.

4. Touch [OK]. You will be prompted to enter the longitude of the destination location.

5. Enter the degree, minute, and second of the longitude, and then touch [E] to specify an east longitude, or [W] to specify a west longitude. The map screen appears, with

(destination mark) indicating the location specified by its lati- tude and longitude.

You can now start route guidance.

To show information of the current location

1. On the HOME screen, touch [NAVI].

2. On the [Navigation] menu, touch [Location info.].

3. If you want to save the location in memory, touch [Save]. The saved location can be used when you set your destination by [Saved/Recent] on the [Des- tination] menu. See page 9-5. The saved information stays available until you have saved over it, or you have deleted all the personal data stored in the unit.

4. Touch to return to the [Navigation] menu.

To make navigation mode settings 1. On the HOME screen, touch

[NAVI]. 2. Touch [Setting].

The following screen appears.

TIP You can also access this screen via [Setting] [Navigation].

For detailed navigation mode set- ting information, see page 11-18.

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To change the destination search start position When you try to fi nd your destination by categories, as described in To search by categories on page 9-1, facilities situated within about 30 miles from the current location will be detected. If you want to search for facilities situated out of this range, you can change the destination search start position. Touch [Search near], and the [Search near] screen appears.

TIP You can also access this screen via [Setting] [Navigation]

[Search near].

For details on how to use the [Search near] screen, see page 11-24.

TIP The currently set destination search start position is displayed to the right of the [Search near] button.

To call up screens for destination search directly from the map When the screen shows a map with the heading icon on it, you can easily call up various screens for destination search.

Heading icon

Touch the heading icon, and the

following screen appears.

Touch to return to the original screen.

To fi nd a nearby gas station Touch [Gas station]. All the nearby gas station names and addresses detected are listed up. Touch or as necessary, and touch the desired gas station name. The map screen appears, with (destination mark) indicating the selected gas station. You can now start route guidance.

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To fi nd a nearby restaurant Touch [Restaurant]. For details on how to use the [Restaurant] screen, see To search by categories on page 9-1.

TIP The restaurant screen can also be called up via:

[NAVI] [Destination] [Categories] [Restaurant] [All Categories]

To call up the [Destination] menu Touch [Destination]. The [Destination] menu appears. See To open the [Destination] menu on page 9-1.

To fi nd a nearby rest area Touch [Rest area]. All the nearby rest area names and addresses detected are listed up. Touch or as necessary, and touch the desired rest area name. The map screen appears, with (destination mark) indicating the

selected rest area. You can now start route guidance.

To edit the [Destination] menu You can move a button to a different position, delete a button, or add a new button on the [Destination] menu. Edit the [Destination] menu to your preference.

To move a button to a different position

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [Edit]. A screen like the following ap- pears.

3. Touch the button you want to move.

If you touch [Categories], for ex- ample, it changes as follows.

4. Touch the position of another button where you want to move the specified button to. Touch or if necessary, to change pages. The button moves to the speci- fied position, and the positions of other buttons will be automat- ically rearranged.

5. Touch [Set]. The screen returns to [Destina- tion] menu, with the button posi- tions edited. To cancel editing, touch or .

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To delete buttons

1. Open the [Destination] menu. See page 9-1.

2. Touch [Edit]. A screen like the following ap- pears.

appears on the buttons that can be deleted.

3. Touch or to locate the but- ton you want to delete, and then touch .

4. Touch [Set]. The screen returns to [Destina- tion] menu, with the deleted but- tons gone. To cancel editing, touch or .

TIP You can use , , , and

to edit the [Destination] menu. If you start editing with these but- tons, [Move] and [Delete] buttons appear on the screen.

To move a button to a different po- sition, select [Move].

To delete buttons, select [Delete].

To add a button You can add a button on the [Destination] menu for a frequently used screen. A screen which you can add a button for is accompanied with [Add shortcut]. When you touch, for example, [Categories] [Stop-off], you will fi nd [Add shortcut], as shown below.

Touch [Add shortcut]. When you return to the [Destination] menu, a button is added like an example shown below.

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To view recorded cruising informa- tion When activated, each time you ride for a mile or more, that ride's information will be recorded in the unit's memory. To activate recording in the logbook, see page 11-20.

To access the logbook

1. On the HOME screen, touch [NAVI].

The [Navigation] menu appears.

2. Touch [Logbook]. The [Logbook] screen appears.

On the [Logbook] screen, a list of each ride marked by date, time, and city name are shown.

To view a rides details On the [Logbook] screen, touch the desired ride. The screen changes to show the route ridden.

To show ride details, touch [Log info.].

Touch [Log info. off] to close the information window. To confi rm route details via the map, touch [View map]. The route traveled will be shown as a dotted line on the map. You can scroll the map using the cross cursor and direction buttons, just like any other map screen. To close the map, touch [View map off]. Touch [More] to view detailed information, such as turn-by-turn information of that ride. Touch [Prev.] or [Next] to switch to the previous or next via point.

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To export the logbook to a USB mem- ory device On the [Logbook] screen, touch [Export]. You can now copy the logbook data to the USB memory device connected to the vehicle.

To erase the logbook content On the [Logbook] screen, touch [Delete]. Then touch [Yes] to delete the currently displayed logbook. Touch [No] to cancel deletion.

Route guidance

To set a route After having found your destination, you can set a route from your current location to the destination.

A screen like the following appears, with (destination mark) indicating the destination.

Destination mark

On the [Destination] screen, you can perform the following operations.

To view destination details Touch [Info.]. An information window opens. To close the information window, touch [Info.off].

To save the destination Touch [Save]. The saved destination will appear in the [Saved/Recent] on the [Destination] menu. The saved information stays available until you have saved over it, or you have deleted all the personal data stored in the unit.

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To set a route to the destination Touch [Route select]. The [Route select] screen appears.

Route type

Estimated arrival time to the destination

The [Route select] screen shows the current location, the destination, and the route from your current location to the destination. The [Route select] screen also shows the route type ([Shortest] in this example), and the estimated arrival time to the destination.

On the [Route select] screen, you can touch [Route change] to change the route type. Each time you touch [Route change], the route type changes in the following order. [Shortest]: shown in blue [Fastest]: shown in green [Sport]: shown in orange [Scenic]: shown in cyan

TIP While the system is calculating the routes; fastest, shortest, sport and scenic will appear in order as soon as each routes calculation is complete.

To start route guidance You can start route guidance from either the [Destination] screen (see page 9-14) or the [Route select] screen (this page). Following is an example of the [Destination] screen.

Touch [Go] and route guidance starts.

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The screen during route guidance An example screen during route guidance is given below. The current street name is shown at the top of the screen.

Estimation display

Summary display

Current speed and speed limit

Current audioLane guidance

Turn- by-turn information

Turning street name

Turn-by-turn information Indicates the direction and distance to turn.

Current speed and speed limit Shows your current speed and the registered speed limit. To turn off the speed limit display, see page 11-20.

Turning street name Indicates the name of the street you must turn at next.

Lane guidance Shows which lane you should be in.

Audio Shows the currently playing audio.

Estimation display This display shows estimated arrival time or distance to the next via point or final destination. For setting details, see page 11-28.

TIP Touch the estimation display box to hide it, or touch the visible portion of it to reveal it.

Summary display This display shows the total time running or average speed. See page 11-28 for setting details.

TIP Touch the summary display box to hide it, or touch the visible portion of it to reveal it.

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Zoom out / zoom in buttons

[Intersection zoom] function When you are approaching a complicated intersection or highway on/off ramp, the screen will change to a lane guidance screen. To activate or deactivate this function, see page 11-20.

In case of deviation from the route If you deviate from the set route, the unit will automatically recalculate the route. Follow the instructions displayed on the screen.

To add a destination During route guidance, you can add a location and set it as the fi nal destination or as a via point. Proceed as follows.

1. Touch one of the four partially visible portions of the HOME screen buttons.

2. Touch [NAVI] [Desti- nation].

3. Find another location by using the [Destination] menu.

4. When (destination mark) ap- pears, touch [Go]. A screen like the following ap- pears.

Destination currently set

Newly selected location

5. Touch the following part of the screen.

Touch here to set the newly selected location as the fi nal destination.

Touch here to set the newly selected location as a via point.

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TIP You can delete a destination by touching .

Up to 5 via points and one final destination can be set.

To edit the route During route guidance, you can edit the via point order and the final destination. Once you start route guidance, the [Route edit] button becomes available on the [Navigation] menu.

Route edit button

Open the [Navigation] menu, and then touch [Route edit]. The [Route edit] screen appears.

Destination mark

Via points

Current position

Destination (final)

If you have not set any via points, only the destination and your current position will be displayed. If you have already passed through one or more via points when you open the [Route edit] screen, these via points will not be shown. If you reach a via point while the [Route edit] screen is open, that via point will be removed from the list.

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To delete a destination Touch and then [Yes] on the confi rmation window that appears.

To change the route order Touch the destination (fi nal or via point) that you want to move, and then touch corresponding to the position where the destination should be moved to.

To end route guidance To end route guidance before reaching the destination, proceed as follows.

1. Touch one of the four partially visible portions of the HOME screen buttons.

2. Touch [NAVI] [Quit guidance].

3. On the confirmation window that appears, touch [Yes].

To show current location details You can see detailed information on your current location during route guidance. Proceed as follows.

1. Touch one of the four partially visible portions of the HOME screen buttons.

2. Touch [NAVI] [Loca- tion info.].

3. If you want to save the location to memory, touch [Save]. This newly saved location can be used for reference or future trips. The saved information stays available until you have saved over it, or you have deleted all the personal data stored in the unit.

4. Touch repeatedly until the route guidance screen re- turns.

SiriusXM

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SiriusXM Satellite Radio SiriusXM offers specialized music channels, sports, talk, weather and traffi c-related information. (See page 6-9 to subscribe.)

To call up the SiriusXM screen 1. On the HOME screen, touch

[Audio]. Alternatively, touch on the HOME screen, if it is set as the home right button. The last used audio screen is displayed.

Audio source selector

2. Touch the audio source selec- tor, and then touch [SiriusXM].

The SiriusXM screen appears.

[Add preset] button and preset channels list

SiriusXM channel search button

Radio channels Use the button. Touch to search for the previous

channels, and for the next channels. Repeat this operation until the desired channel is received.

To preset channels While selecting the channel to preset, touch [Add preset], and then a place in the preset channels list where you want to add the channel. Number and name of the channel is added to the preset channels list.

To listen to a preset channel Scroll up and down the preset channels list, and then touch the channel youd like to listen to.

Replay mode and live mode SiriusXM has two play modes: replay mode and live mode. In the replay mode, you can control playback of the song currently being received. In the live mode, you cannot; it's similar to listening to live broadcast radio. In both modes, you can use the SiriusXM channel search button to

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search for other channels.

To switch to the replay mode Touch [Time shift]. The following screen (time shift screen) appears.

Progress bar

To return to the preset list screen, touch [Preset list].

Replay mode To move to the desired position, touch the corresponding position on the progress bar. To fast-forward, touch . To rewind, touch . To go to the next song, touch . To go back to the previous song, touch

.

To switch between replay mode/live mode On the time shift screen, touch [Live] to switch to the live mode. The button will be grayed out. To return to the replay mode, touch the progress bar, , , or .

To add the current song or artist to the tag list Tagging a song or artist allows you to receive alerts when that song or artist is being played on another SiriusXM channel. On the preset list screen or on the time shift screen, proceed as follows.

1. Touch [Tag this].

2. Touch either [Artist] or [Song].

SiriusXM alerts (audio) If you have added a song or artist to the tag list, you can display and edit the tag list. On the preset list screen or on the time shift screen, touch [Menu], and then touch [Tag list] on the [Menu] screen that appears. The [Tag list] screen appears.

If you want to be notifi ed when the listed song or artist is playing on another channel, touch the song or artist name, and the screen changes as follows.

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Touch [Tag notice] so that a notice will be displayed on the SiriusXM screen. A checkmark is added to the corresponding song / artist name. Touch [Stop alert] to disable the content notice function. Touch [Tag clear] to remove the song / artist from the tag list.

To use other SiriusXM functions On the preset list screen or on the time shift screen, touch [Menu]. The [Menu] screen appears.

From this menu, you can use various functions of SiriusXM.

To activate/deactivate TuneMixTM

The TuneMix function allows you to listen to songs randomly one after another from the active preset bank.

1. Touch [TuneMix]. The [TuneMix] screen appears.

2. Touch the desired channels so that a checkmark is added.

3. Touch [TuneMix On] to activate TuneMix. To cancel activating TuneMix, touch [TuneMix off].

4. Touch .

When TuneMix is activated, is displayed on the preset list screen and the time shift screen. This will also be shown on the Audio screen (as the HOME screen), if the currently selected audio source is SiriusXM.

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SiriusXM TuneStart The TuneStart function automatically starts songs from the beginning each time you tune in to a preset channel. To activate the TuneStart function, touch [Tune start] to add a checkmark. To deactivate the function, touch [Tune start] again to remove the checkmark.

To select a channel from the category list You can select a channel from the category list. The available categories depend on the types of available channels. Proceed as follows.

1. On the Menu screen, touch [Category list]. The [Category] screen appears.

2. Touch the desired channel.

SiriusXM alerts (sports) If you want to be notified when games involving your favorite teams are on the air on other channels, proceed as follows to activate the game notice function.

1. On the Menu screen, touch [Game zone].

2. Touch the desired league. You can select NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, CFB, CBK, and WCBK.

3. Touch the desired team name. A checkmark is added. To delete all the checkmarks you have added, touch [Cancel all].

To tune in to a channel by entering its number You can select a channel by entering its channel number directly.

1. Touch [Direct tune]. The numeric keyboard appears.

2. Touch [0] to [9] to enter the de- sired channel number.

3. Touch [Enter].

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SiriusXM traffi c & weather Use SiriusXM Satellite Radio traffi c and weather information to optimize route planning.

To access SiriusXM 1. On the HOME screen, touch

[NAVI]. The [Navigation] menu appears.

2. Touch [SiriusXM info.] The [SiriusXM info.] screen ap- pears.

Weather information 1. Open the [SiriusXM info.]

screen. 2. Touch [Weather].

The current weather is dis- played.

To view other weather information On the weather screen, touch [On map]. The screen changes to the map with weather information displayed on it.

Touch [Current state], and the map changes to the one that covers the current state, and the button changes to [Whole country]. Touch [Whole country] to return to the map covering the entire country.

TIP Touch [Change location] to designate a different location.

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To view future weather information On the weather screen, there is a [3,6hr] button and a [5day] button. Each time you touch [3,6hr], the current weather information, the 3-hour later weather information, and the 6-hour later weather information will be displayed in this order. Touch [5day] to view weekly weather information (for 5 days including today).

To check another locations weather On the weather screen, touch [Change location]. The screen changes as follows, and you can specify a new location, such as your destination.

TIP Touch [Refresh] to update the weath- er, traffi c, or fuel information screens.

Traffi c information 1. Open the [SiriusXM info.]

screen. 2. Touch [Traffic].

The screen changes as follows.

3. Touch [Around me] to view the surrounding area traffic infor- mation.

4. During route guidance, touch [On road] to check upcoming traffic along your route.

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Fuel price information 1. Open the [SiriusXM info.]

screen. 2. Touch [Fuel price].

The screen changes as follows.

The screen shows available gas stations with the distance and direction to it, together with the fuels brand name and price.

TIP Not all gas stations and brands may be listed.

To select a brand On the [SiriusXM Fuel price] screen, touch [Brand]. You can select a brand name on the screen that appears.

Select one or more brand names by adding a checkmark, then only those selected brands will be displayed.

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The following table shows you an overview of the [Setting] menu. Category Menu Category Menu

General

Vehicle info.

Audio

Bass Home screen Treble Display Fader Heater SVC Maintenance Audio output Clock Volume Unit Bluetooth Language 2 zone audio Delete all personal data External amp Camera

Navigation

Map External amp POI Audio tuning Route Inspection mode (for dealer use) Home System info. Search near

Communi.

Bluetooth Voice guidance Phone Estimation and Summary Vox

SiriusXM

Subscription info. Rear controller Traffic alert 2 zone audio Traffic on map Audio output Weather popup alert Volume Weather alert location Voice recognition

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[Setting] menu When you go to [Setting] menu, the following [General] setting menu appears.

Category selector

To select the category There are fi ve categories in the [Setting] menu; [General], [Communi.], [Audio], [Navigation], and [SiriusXM]. To select the category, touch the category selector, and then touch the desired category. If you select the [Audio] category, for example, the [Audio] setting menu appears.

Audio settings Use the [Audio] settings menu to make audio-related setting changes, such as the bass/treble/fade or SVC (speed volume control) adjustment. The [Audio] settings menu also allows you to control Bluetooth settings.

To adjust bass/treble/fade/SVC 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Audio]. The [Audio] setting menu ap- pears.

On this screen, you can adjust bass, treble and fade.

3. To adjust SVC and other audio items, touch to scroll down.

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How to adjust bass/treble To increase bass/treble, touch under [Bass]/[Treble]. To decrease bass/treble, touch .

How to adjust fader To decrease the sound volume of the rear speaker system, touch [Front]. To decrease the sound volume of the front speaker system, touch [Rear].

How to set SVC SVC stands for speed volume control. When SVC is turned on, the volume level automatically increases as the speed of the vehicle increases. Three rates of volume increase are available.

Touch or to set the rate to [Low], [Mid] (middle), or [Hi] (high).

To turn on/off the sound You can turn on/off the sound of the external speakers, the riders headset, and the passengers headset.

1. On the [Audio] setting menu, touch to scroll down.

2. Touch [Audio output]. The [Audio output] screen ap- pears.

[Audio output] screen settings Touch the box you want to turn on so that a checkmark appears. Touch again to turn off the sound for that area.

[Media]: Radio broadcasts and audio sources (items you can play back by touching on the HOME screen).

[Navi]: Sounds and voices heard during route guidance (for GPS-equipped vehicles).

[Phone]: Phone ringtone [Communication]: Voice communication

between rider and passenger, as well as CB communications and intercom

: External speakers : Riders headset : Passengers headset

You can turn on/off the sound of [Media], [Navi], [Phone] (and [Communication]) individually, or all at once by touching , , and

.

TIP You can also access this screen via [Setting] [Communi.] [Audio output].

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To adjust the volume You can adjust the volume for each communication device individually.

1. On the [Audio] setting menu, touch to scroll down.

2. Touch [Volume]. The [Volume] screen appears.

3. Touch to scroll down. Each time you touch , the screen changes as follows.

Use the four [Volume] screens to adjust the various volume settings.

How to adjust the volume Touch or to change the volume level within the available range, or turn on/off the sound by adding/removing a checkmark. [Media] Adjust the radio and audio source volumes

[Phone] Adjust hands-free phone call volume

[Intercom] Adjust intercom volume

[CB] Adjust Citizens Band radio volume

Adjust riders headphone volume

Adjust the riders microphone volume

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Adjust the passengers headphone volume

Adjust the passengers microphone volume

[Beep] Adjust the beep sound volume

[Operation beep] Turn the system beep sounds on or off

[Ring] Adjust the volume level of the ringtone.

[Phone ringtone] Turn the ringtone of the connected phone on or off.

[Voice guide] Adjust he volume level of the route guidance message, text to speech, and voice commands, etc.

2 zone audio Turn 2 zone audio on or off.

Amplifi er settings If an external amplifi er is connected, you can specify which amplifi er to use; the internal amplifi er, the external amplifi er, or both.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Audio]. The [Audio] setting menu ap- pears.

3. On the [Audio] setting menu, touch twice to scroll down.

4. Touch [External amp]. The [External amp] screen ap- pears.

5. To use the internal amplifier, touch [Internal amp use] so that a checkmark is added. To use the external amplifier, touch [External amp use] so that a checkmark is added. If you do not want to use a spe- cific amplifier, touch again so that the checkmark is removed.

TIP You can use both the internal and ex- ternal amp at the same time.

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General settings Use this setting menu to make general, vehicle-related or system- related setting changes.

To view and reset vehicle informa- tion

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch [Vehicle info.].

The [Vehicle info.] screen ap- pears.

3. Touch or to scroll up or down. There are [Group 1], [Group 2], and [Group 3] screens.

The [Vehicle info.] screens show you the following vehicle related information.

Tire pressure (F: front, R: rear) AVG (average) Fuel Fuel consumpt. (consumption) Fuel range AVG (average) Speed IG on (ignition on) timer Battery voltage Air temp. (temperature)

AVG Fuel, AVG Speed, and IG on timer are accompanied with the [Reset] button. For these items, you can reset the displayed value to zero by touching [Reset].

To change the HOME screen and the home right button

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch [Home screen].

The [Home screen] screen ap- pears.

To assign a HOME screen You can assign the following two (or three) screens as the HOME screen: Information screen Audio screen Map screen

To assign one of the above screens as the HOME screen, touch [Home screen] and touch the screen name you want to set as the HOME screen. The following example shows how to

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assign the Audio screen as the HOME screen.

To defi ne the home right button

Home right button

This button can be changed to one of the following buttons:

(Audio button) (Phone button)

(Function button) (Destination button)

These buttons can be used as short- cut buttons for the corresponding screens. To defi ne the home right button, touch [Home right key], and touch the desired button name. The following example shows how to assign the Phone button as the home right button.

To set the display brightness 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch [Display].

The [Display] screen appears.

To turn off the display Touch [Display OFF], and the entire screen turns off.

To turn on the display Touch any part of the screen, and the HOME screen reappears. Alternatively, press and hold to turn the display off. Press again or press , and the HOME screen reappears.

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TIP The audio sources, communication and route navigation functions will continue.

To activate the auto brightness func- tion When you activate the auto brightness function, the display brightness changes according to the ambient light conditions. Touch [Auto brightness] so that a checkmark is added. Touch [Auto brightness] again to deactivate the auto brightness function.

To adjust the brightness manually Touch to decrease the brightness, and to increase the brightness.

To set the heater The system allows you to adjust the heater temperature of the handlebar grips, riders seat, and passengers seat.

TIP Depending on the model, the passen- ger can also adjust their seat heater temperature.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch [Heater].

The [Heater] screen appears.

3. Touch to scroll down as nec- essary. Each time you touch , the screen changes as follows.

4. To finely adjust the heater tem- perature of the grip, riders seat and passengers seat, touch or of [Low], [Mid] or [High] on the corresponding [Heater] screen.

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To set maintenance date or parts list When a maintenance date has come, or parts list mileage has been fulfi lled, you will receive a maintenance message from the vehicle.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch [Maintenance].

The [Maintenance] screen ap- pears.

To set the maintenance date On the [Maintenance] screen, touch [Date input]. The following screen appears.

This screen allows you to update the maintenance date. To copy the next maintenance date to the last maintenance date, touch [Copy]. Touch ( ) or ( ) to change the day, month and year of the last maintenance date and the next maintenance date.

To set the parts list On the [Maintenance] screen, touch [Parts list]. The [Parts list] screen appears.

Proceed as follows to set the parts list. 1. Touch [Parts name] where no

parts name has been set. If necessary, touch to display more part names. The following screen appears.

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2. Touch [Name change]. The keyboard appears.

3. Enter the parts name, then touch [Enter].

4. To change the maintenance cycle interval, touch [Value change], and you can change the mileage beginning value; for example, you can change 7500 mi to 6000 mi. To return to the beginning of the maintenance cycle, touch [Value reset], and the mileage is reset to the set beginning value.

To set the clock See page 5-1.

To change display units 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch [Unit].

The [Unit] screen appears.

You can set the unit for the values of distance, fuel consumption, temperature, and pressure. Touch the item you want to change, and then touch the unit to be displayed.

The following example shows that you select [MPG] as the unit of the fuel consumption.

To select the language The display can be set to English or French. See page 5-1.

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To delete all the personal data 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch twice [Delete all

personal data]. 3. On the confirmation window,

touch [Yes] to delete all person- al data.

The personal data includes the following Information: Phonebook content Recent destinations Saved route guidance information Redialed phone numbers SMS messages Vehicle messages All radio presets SiriusXM data (TuneMix, tag lists) Destination shortcuts Bluetooth device list Registered home location Logbook content Dealer information Search settings Maintenance date/parts list

Preset data for CB communication Average fuel data Average speed data

To turn the rear view camera on/off See page 4-12.

To set the speaker mode 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch twice [Audio tun-

ing]. The [Audio tuning] screen ap- pears.

3. To use the four speakers (two speakers in front, two speakers in rear), touch [4 speaker] so that a checkmark is added. To use only the two speakers in front, touch [2 speaker] so that a checkmark is added.

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To check the system info 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch three times [Sys-

tem info.]. The [System info.] screen ap- pears.

3. Touch to view the second [System info.] screen.

TIP To update the system's software or map data, see page 12-1.

To export the system information

1. Connect a USB memory device to the USB 1 port.

2. Touch [Export]. 3. Wait until the data transfer is

finished, and then remove the USB memory device.

Communication settings Use the [Communi.] setting menu to make communication-related setting changes, such as the settings for Bluetooth, the settings for phone communication, etc.

To make settings for Bluetooth 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Communi.]. The [Communi.] setting menu appears.

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3. On the [Communi.] setting menu, touch [Bluetooth]. The [Bluetooth] screen appears.

To turn on/off Bluetooth communica- tion To use a Bluetooth device such as a smartphone with the system, you must first turn on the Bluetooth communication of the system. On the [Bluetooth] screen, touch [Bluetooth] so that a checkmark is added, and Bluetooth communication is turned on. To turn it off, touch [Bluetooth] again so that the checkmark is removed.

Bluetooth device connection (pairing) The system allows you to search for a nearby Bluetooth device such as a smartphone, view the detected Bluetooth device name, and establish connection with the Bluetooth device.

Proceed as follows. 1. On the [Bluetooth] screen, touch

[Search device]. If a Bluetooth device is detect- ed, its name will be displayed, as shown in the following exam- ple.

2. Touch the Buetooth device name. A confirmation window like the following appears.

3. Touch [Pair]. If a message appears on the Bluetooth device that prompts you to confirm pairing, operate as requested.

When connection with the Bluetooth device is successfully established, the [Paired device list] screen appears.

On the [Paired device list] screen, you can confirm the available functions of

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the paired Bluetooth device. The following icons indicate that the corresponding function is available when the background is black.

: Phone (including SMS message) : Music playback : Internet connection

When this function is available, the Pandora Music application on the Bluetooth device, for ex- ample, is correctly connected to the system.

Touch an icon to disable that function. The background will turn white.

TIP Up to eight Bluetooth devices can be paired with the system.

To make the system discoverable

1. On the [Bluetooth] screen, touch [Make system discoverable]. The following confirmation win- dow appears.

The system now allows a near- by Bluetooth device to detect it.

2. Operate the Bluetooth device to connect (pair) with the yama- ha system within the indicated time.

To show the [Paired device list] screen On the [Bluetooth] screen, touch [Paired device list]. When you touch a paired Bluetooth device name, the screen changes as follows.

To cancel pairing with the Bluetooth device, touch [Delete pairing]. To make functions of the Bluetooth device (hands-free phone / music playback / internet connection) available, touch [Connect all]. To make functions of the Bluetooth device unavailable, touch [Disconnect all].

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To turn on/off the roaming warning When a paired Bluetooth device sends a roaming warning message, the system allows you to view it on the screen. A roaming message will be displayed when, for example, you are out of the area covered by the SIM card in your Bluetooth device, such as a smartphone. To view the warning message, turn on the roaming warning. Proceed as follows.

1. On the [Bluetooth] screen, touch to scroll down.

2. Touch [Show roaming warning] so that a checkmark is added. To turn off the roaming warning, touch [Show roaming warning]

again so that the checkmark is removed.

To change the systems name At the time of purchase, the system is named yamaha. When a Bluetooth device detects the system, the system is recognised as yamaha. To change the name, proceed as follows.

1. On the [Bluetooth] screen, touch to scroll down.

2. Touch [Set system name]. The [Set system name] screen appears.

3. Touch [Set system name].

4. By using the software keyboard that appears, enter a desired name, and touch [Enter].

To reset the name to yamaha, touch [Set default name] on the [Set system name] screen.

To auto connect with an already paired Bluetooth device The system allows you to automatically establish connection with an already paired Bluetooth device when you turn the main switch on. To enable this function, proceed as follows.

1. On the [Bluetooth] screen, touch to scroll down.

2. Touch [BT auto connection] so that a checkmark is added. To disable this function, touch [BT auto connection] again so that the checkmark is removed.

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Phone settings 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Communi.]. The [Communi.] setting menu appears.

3. On the [Communi.] setting menu, touch [Phone]. The [Phone] screen appears.

To update the phonebook On the [Phone] screen, touch [Refresh phonebook].

To select a ringtone You can select which ringtone will be heard, the system's or your smartphone's.

1. On the [Phone] screen, touch [Select ringtone]. The screen changes as follows.

2. To use the systems ringtone, touch [System ringtone]. To use the ringtone of the con- nected phone device, touch [Phone ringtone]. To disable the ringtone, touch [No ringtone].

Vox (voice communication) settings You can adjust the microphone sensitivity of the riders headset and the passengers headset.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Communi.]. 3. On the [Communi.] setting

menu, touch [Vox]. The [Vox] screen appears.

TIP When the Vox function is turned on, the intercom will activate automatically.

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To adjust the microphone sensitivity of riders headset

1. On the [Vox] screen, touch [Vox for rider headset] so that a checkmark is added. This enables adjustment of the microphone sensitivity of riders headset.

2. Touch or to change the microphone sensitivity of the riders headset. The adjustable range is from 0/17 to 17/17. To disable adjustment, touch [Vox for rider headset] again so that the checkmark is removed.

To adjust the microphone sensitivity of passengers headset

1. On the [Vox] screen, touch [Vox for passenger headset] so that a checkmark is added. This enables adjustment of the microphone sensitivity of pas- sengers headset.

2. Touch or to change the microphone sensitivity of the passengers headset. To disable adjustment, touch [Vox for passenger headset] again so that the checkmark is removed.

TIP When the sensitivity level is set to 0, voices of the rider/passenger will not be picked up by the microphone.

To activate/deactivate the passen- ger switches You can deactivate the passenger switches.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Communi.]. The [Communi.] setting menu appears.

3. To activate the hardware but- tons operable by a passenger, touch [Rear controller] so that a checkmark is added. To deactivate, touch [Rear con- troller] again so that the check- mark is removed.

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2 zone audio See page 7-1 for details. Add or remove the checkmark to turn 2 zone audio on or off.

To adjust the volume You can adjust the volume for each communication device individually.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Communi.]. The [Communi.] setting menu appears.

3. Touch to scroll down.

4. Touch [Volume]. The [Volume] screen appears.

TIP You can also access this screen via [Setting] [Audio] [Volume].

For detailed volume setting infor- mation, see page 11-4.

To make settings for the voice rec- ognition function See page 4-10.

Navigation mode settings Use the [Navigation] setting menu to make the various types of navigation- related settings.

To select the map display mode 1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Navigation]. The [Navigation] setting menu appears.

3. Touch [Map]. The [Map] screen appears.

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To select the map style On the [Map] screen, touch [Map style]. The screen changes as follows.

You can select from 3 map display styles. See page 4-6 for details.

To switch the day mode/night mode On the [Map] screen, touch [Day/Night mode]. The screen changes as follows.

If you want the screen to always be in the daytime display, touch [Day mode]. If you want the screen to always be in the nighttime display, touch [Night mode]. Touch [AUTO] so that the screen switches between the daytime display and the nighttime display automatically.

To change the shape of the heading icon On the [Map] screen, touch [My icon]. The screen changes as follows.

Touch the icon you'd like to use.

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To turn on/off logbook recording On the [Map] screen, touch [Record] to add or remove the checkmark. When the logbook recorder is turned on, any route programed into the navigation system will be automatically recorded into the logbook.

To activate/deactivate the intersection zoom function On the [Map] screen, touch to scroll down, and then touch [Intersection zoom] so that a checkmark is added. Intersections and on/off ramps will be zoomed up on the map.

Touch [Intersection zoom] again so that the checkmark is removed, and the intersection zoom function is deactivated.

To show/hide the speed limit display On the [Map] screen, touch to scroll down, and then touch [Speed limit indication] so that a checkmark is added. The registered speed limit in the navigation system will be displayed.

Touch [Speed limit indication] again so that the checkmark is removed, and the speed limit will not be displayed.

To show/hide the lane guidance On the [Map] screen, touch to scroll down, and then touch [Lane guidance] so that a checkmark is added. Lane guidance indication will be displayed on the map, as in the following example.

Touch [Lane guidance] again so that the checkmark is removed, and the

lane guidance indication will not be displayed.

To show/hide the signpost display On the [Map] screen, touch to scroll down, and then touch [Signpost] so that a checkmark is added. Signposts will be shown on the map.

Touch [Signpost] again so that the checkmark is removed, and signposts will not be displayed.

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To show/hide the POI icons You can specify the POI (point of interest) icons to be displayed on the map.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Navigation]. The [Navigation] setting menu appears.

3. Touch [POI]. The [POI] screen appears.

4. Touch or to navigate through the four [POI] screens. The following 16 POI categories are available.

[Gas station] [ATM/Banking] [Coffee shops] [Parking] [Rest area] [Restaurant] [Everyday life] [Art & Entertainment] [Attraction] [Recreation] [Medical care] [Transit] [Lodging] [Dealer YAMAHA]

[Emergency] [Shopping]

To show/hide the specifi c POI icons Touch the desired POI category, such as [Gas station], so that a checkmark is added. The corresponding POI icons will be displayed on the map. Touch again so that the checkmark is removed, and the corresponding POI icons will not be displayed.

To show/hide all POI icons Touch [Show all] to show all the POI icons, and touch [Show none] to hide all the POI icons.

When a subcategory is available If [List] appears, the corresponding category has a subcategory.

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For example, touch [List] to the right of [Restaurant], and the restaurant subcategory list will appear.

Operate on the subcategory screen in the same manner. If the [List] button still appears on the subcategory screen, touching [List] guides you to the next subcategory screen. When you touch [List] to the right of [Browse by Style], for example, you can then select the restaurant style.

Route preference settings You can adjust the type of route the navi computer will suggest first, as well as one-way or roundtrip, and places to avoid.

1. Go to [Setting] menu.

2. Touch the category selector, and then [Navigation]. The [Navigation] setting menu appears.

3. Touch [Route]. The [Route] screen appears.

Type of route On the [Route] screen, touch [Route preference]. The screen changes as follows.

Touch the desired route type.

TIP It may take a minute for the navi- gation system to calculate all the routes.

Depending on the route length and road structure, four sepa- rate routes may not be calculated (route types may overlap).

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One-way or round trip On the [Route] screen, touch [Trip Type]. The screen changes as follows.

Touch either [One way] or [Round trip], according to your preference.

To specify places to be avoided You can designate specifi c places that will be excluded on the route. On the [Route] screen, touch [Avoidance setting]. The [Avoidance setting] screen appears.

Touch or to scroll up or down, and touch the desired place name (such as [Highways]) to be avoided.

To register your home It is recommended to fi rst register your home before you start using the system as a navigational tool. From the [Home] screen, you can register your home in various ways.

To register the current location on the map as your home See page 5-2.

To register your home by entering the address

1. On the [Home] screen, touch [by Address].

To register a specifi c position on the map as your home

1. On the [Home] screen, touch [by Search Map].

2. Move the cross cursor to your home on the map that appears, and touch [Set].

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To register a recorded location as your home If you have already searched for a destination for a route guidance, or saved the destination location, you can select and register it as your home.

1. On the [Home] screen, touch [by Saved/Recent list].

2. To select a location from the saved destination locations, touch [Saved]. To select a location from the list of locations recently searched for, touch [Recent].

3. Touch the desired address. 4. Touch [Set].

The selected address will be registered as your home.

To change the destination search start position When you try to fi nd your destination by categories, as described on page 9-1, facilities situated within about 30 miles (50 km) from the current location will be detected. If you want to search for facilities situated out of this range, use the [Search near] function.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Navigation]. The [Navigation] setting menu appears.

3. Touch to scroll down.

4. Touch [Search near]. The [Search near] screen ap- pears.

[Set] buttonCurrent search method

The search method listed on top is the currently set search method (starting point). To change the search method (starting point), touch that button, and

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then the [Set] button. To reset the search method (starting point) to your current location, touch [Current location] and then [Set].

To set the [Search near] location by entering the address

1. On the [Search near] screen, touch [by Address]. The [by Address] screen ap- pears.

2. Touch [State, Country]. The following screen appears.

3. Touch [Canada] or [United States] to select the country.

4. Enter the state name by using the keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter].

5. Touch [Spell City]. 6. Enter the city name by using

the keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter]. Alternatively, you can designate the city name by entering its zip code. Touch [Zip Code], enter the zip code by using the numeric key- board that appears, and touch [Enter].

7. Touch [Spell Street].

8. Enter the street name by using the keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter]. If a list of street names such as the example below appears, touch the desired street name.

(You may need to touch or to scroll up or down.)

9. Enter the street address by us- ing the numeric keyboard that appears, and touch [Enter].

10. Touch [Set]. The location designated by the entered address is set as the destination search start posi- tion.

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To set the [Search near] start position via the map

1. On the [Search near] screen, touch [by Search Map].

2. On the map that appears, move the cross cursor to the posi- tion to be set as the destination search start position, and then touch [Set].

To set the [Search near] location via Saved/Recent destinations If you have already searched for a destination for route guidance, or saved the destination location, you can select and set it as the destination search start position.

1. On the [Search near] screen, touch [by Saved/Recent list]. A screen like the following ap- pears.

2. To select a location from the saved destination locations, touch [Saved]. To select a location from the list of locations recently searched for, touch [Recent].

3. Touch the desired address. 4. Touch [Set].

The selected address will be set as the destination search start position.

To turn on/off the voice guidance If you need no voice guidance after starting route guidance, you can disable the voice guidance function.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Navigation]. The [Navigation] setting menu appears.

3. Touch to scroll down.

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4. Touch [Voice guidance] so that the checkmark is removed. Voice guidance is disabled. To enable voice guidance, add back the checkmark.

Arrival time and distance to desti- nation settings You can turn on/off the estimated time/ distance display and the moving time/ average speed display during route guidance. You can also specify the content of each display.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [Navigation]. The [Navigation] setting menu appears.

3. Touch to scroll down.

4. Touch [Estimation and Summa- ry]. The [Estimation and Summary] screen appears.

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To turn on/off the estimation and sum- mary display On the [Estimation and Summary] screen, touch [Initial Display] so that the checkmark is removed to turn off the estimation and summary display. To turn the display on, touch [Initial Display] again so that the checkmark is added again.

Examples of estimation display and summary display are shown below. Example of an estimation display

Example of a summary display

Estimation display content

1. On the [Estimation and Summa- ry] screen, touch [Arrival est]. The screen changes as follows.

2. Touch the desired content that will be displayed during route guidance. You can select one from among the following four options.

[Arrival time to Destination] [Distance to Destination] [Arrival time to Via point] [Distance to Via point]

TIP [Arrival time to Via point] and [Distance to Via point] are available only when one or more via points have been set.

Summary display content

1. On the [Estimation and Sum- mary] screen, touch [Summa- ry]. The screen changes as follows.

2. Touch the desired content that will be displayed during route guidance. You can select one from among the following two options.

[Moving time] [Avg Speed] (average speed)

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SiriusXM settings Use the [SiriusXM] settings menu to make the SiriusXM-related settings.

To view the subscription informa- tion If you have already subscribed to the SiriusXM Satellite Radio service, the system shows you the subscription information.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [SiriusXM]. The [SiriusXM] setting menu ap- pears.

3. Touch [Subscription info.]. A screen like the following one appears.

4. Touch [Next] to go to the next window.

5. Touch [OK] to close the informa- tion window.

To turn on/off the display of infor- mation provided by SiriusXM When some specific information is provided by SiriusXM in addition to ordinary music, news, entertainment, etc., you can decide whether or not they are displayed on the screen.

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [SiriusXM]. The [SiriusXM] setting menu ap- pears.

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On this setting menu, you can turn on/off the display of the following information.

[Traffi c alert] When route guidance is in progress, and when a diffi cult traffi c situation is encountered, you will be given an option to change the route. Follow the instructions displayed on the screen.

[Traffi c on map] Traffi c icons are displayed on the Map screen as the HOME screen.

[Weather popup alert] A specifi c weather information such as heavy rain is displayed.

3. Touch the concerned informa- tion so that a checkmark is add- ed, and its display is turned on. Touch again so that the check- mark is removed, and its display is turned off.

To select the area covered by the SiriusXM weather alert

1. Go to [Setting] menu. 2. Touch the category selector,

and then [SiriusXM]. The [SiriusXM] setting menu ap- pears.

3. Touch to scroll down.

4. Touch [Weather alert location].

The screen changes as follows.

5. To view the weather alert of the current location, touch [Cur- rent]. To view the weather alert of the specific area, touch [State].

6. If you touch [State], a list of se- lectable states appears. Touch the desired state.

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Care and maintenance NOTICE The audio and navigation system is water-resistant; however, it is good practice to cover the head unit, speakers, switches, and con- nection points when washing the vehicle. Avoid spraying water directly onto these components or in between body panels and storage compartments.

Screen care Scratches may affect the performance of the touchscreen. Make sure the screen does not come into contact with sharp objects.

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Cleaning If necessary, wash the screen with a moist cloth and pH neutral detergent. Otherwise clean gently with a microfiber cloth to prevent scratching the screen.

NOTICE Do not use any abrasive or strong chemicals to clean the screen.

Updating the unit's software Occasional software updates may be released for the unit. Periodically check Yamahas homepage for details. USA: www.yamaha-motor.com Canada: www.yamaha-motor.ca

NOTICE Keep the main switch in the ACC position and do not disconnect the USB device until data transfer is complete.

Updating the map data Occasional map data updates may be released for the unit. For both USA and Canada customers, go to: yamaha.naviextras.com

TIP After updating the unit's software or map data, the system needs to syn- chronize with GPS signals. Take the bike for a short ride.

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Specifications

Screen Star Venture Star Venture TC Star Eluder Star Eluder GT

Size 7.0 inch Type Color Touch screen Standard

Audio output Star Venture Star Venture TC Star Eluder Star Eluder GT

Watts per channel 26 Speakers 2 (4 P&A upgrade) 4 2

Speaker size 5.5 inch (front) 5.5 inch (front) 5.25 inch (rear)

5.5 inch (front)

Internal amplifier Standard External amplifier P&A upgrade Wired headset for rider Standard Wired headset for passenger Standard P&A upgrade Headset specifications 16 64 ohms

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Audio sources Star Venture Star Venture TC Star Eluder Star Eluder GT

Media via USB Standard Media via Bluetooth Standard AUX via 3.5 mm mini-jack Standard Pandora Music Standard SiriusXM antenna P&A upgrade Standard P&A upgrade Standard

Audio setup Star Venture Star Venture TC Star Eluder Star Eluder GT

AM presets 5 FM presets 15 Weather Band presets 5 SiriusXM presets 20 Seek / Scan Standard 2 zone audio Standard Speed Volume Control Standard

Interface languages Star Venture Star Venture TC Star Eluder Star Eluder GT

Display English, French Voice Recognition English, French TTS (Text to Speech) English, French

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GPS navigation Star Venture Star Venture TC Star Eluder Star Eluder GT

GPS antenna P&A upgrade Standard P&A upgrade Standard GPS database USA & Canada Navigation license P&A upgrade Standard P&A upgrade Standard

Communication Star Venture Star Venture TC Star Eluder Star Eluder GT

Rider / Passenger Intercom Standard P&A upgrade CB module P&A upgrade Standard P&A upgrade Standard CB antenna P&A upgrade Standard P&A upgrade Standard Hands-free phone via Bluetooth Standard

SMS notification via Bluetooth Standard

Other features Star Venture Star Venture TC Star Eluder Star Eluder GT

USB version USB 2.0 USB media files MP3 / iPod / iPhone / MTP / WAV Bluetooth Standard (2.1 + EDR) Bluetooth profiles A2DP / AVRCP (1.3 1.4) / HFP / PBAP / MAP / SPP Grip / Seat heater Standard P&A upgrade Rear audio controller P&A upgrade Standard Wind screen adjut Standard

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Trademarks Bluetooth wordmark is a registered trademark owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Pandora and the Music Genome Project are registered trademarks of Pandora Media, Inc. Sirius, XM, SiriusXM, TuneMix and all related marks and logos are trademarks of Sirius XM Radio, Inc. iPod and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

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0 TO 9 2-zone audio.......................................7-1 3-D heads up map .............................4-7 9-key keyboard .................................. 4-9

A AM broadcast .................................... 6-2 Amplifier, settings .............................11-5 Audio connectors .............................. 3-3 Audio controls (passenger) ............... 3-4 Audio screen, information on ............ 4-3 Audio settings ..................................11-2 Auxiliary device, playback ..................6-7

B Bass .................................................11-2 Bluetooth, communication settings ... 11-12 Bluetooth, playing music ..................... 6-4 Brightness, adjusting ......................... 11-7

C Care and maintenance .....................12-1 Category list, SiriusXM ................... 10-4 CB radio ........................................... 8-6 Talk button ............................... 3-2, 3-3 Clock ..................................................5-1 Communication menu ........................8-1 Current information .................. 4-3, 9-16 Current location ........................ 9-9, 9-19

D Day mode/night mode .................... 11-19

Destination Adding ............................................9-17 Saving in memory ..........................9-14 Viewing information .......................9-14 Destination menu, editing ................9-11 Destination search .............................9-1 By categories ...................................9-1 By entering a keyword .................... 9-5 By entering the address .................. 9-4 By entering the latitude/longitude ... 9-8 By entering the phone number ....... 9-8 Changing the start position .......... 11-24 From saved or recently set ............. 9-5 From the logbook ............................ 9-6 Display units, changing .................. 11-10

E Emergency phone call ...................... 8-4 Estimated arrival time ......................9-16 Estimation display settings ............11-27

F Fade .................................................11-2 FM broadcast .....................................6-1 Full keyboard ..................................... 4-8 Function screen ...............................4-12

H Handlebar switches............................3-1 Heads up map ................................... 4-6 Heater temperature Adjusting ........................................4-13

Setting ............................................11-8 Home, going back to ..........................4-7 Home, registering ....................5-2, 11-23 HOME screen ..................... 4-1, 4-2, 4-3 HOME screen, adjusting ..................11-6 Home screen right button, changing ...11-6

I Icons ...................................................4-1 Incoming call ..................................... 8-5 Intercom Starting..................................... 3-2, 3-3 Turning on ....................................... 8-5 Intersection zoom function,

activating/deactivating ..................11-20

L Lane guidance, showing/hiding .....11-20 Language, selecting ...........................5-1 Logbook ...........................................9-13 Logbook, settings ...........................11-20

M Maintenance date ............................11-9 Making a phone call .......................... 8-2 Map display mode, selecting ......... 11-18 Map screen ................................ 4-2, 4-5 Menu screen, opening ...............4-4, 4-6 Music list Bluetooth device ............................. 6-5 USB memory device ........................6-7

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P Paired device list, Bluetooth .......... 11-14 Pandora Music .................................. 6-8 Parts list, maintenance ....................11-9 Passenger switches .......................... 3-3 Activating/deactivating ................. 11-17 Personal data, deleting ...................11-11 Phone calls................................. 8-2, 8-4 Phonebook ................................. 8-2, 8-5 POI (point of interest) icons .............. 4-6 Showing/hiding ............................ 11-21 Presetting AM stations ..................................... 6-3 AM stations automatically ............... 6-3 CB channels .....................................8-7 FM stations ......................................6-1 SiriusXM channels .........................10-1 Weather band stations .................... 6-4

R Radio ID number ............................... 6-9 Rear view camera ............................4-12 Ringtone, selecting ........................ 11-16 Roaming, Bluetooth warning .......... 11-15 Route Editing ............................................9-18 Guidance, ending ...........................9-19 Guidance screen ............................9-16 Guidance, setting ...........................9-14 Guidance, starting..........................9-15 Preference settings ......................11-22

S Screen care ......................................12-1 Signpost display, showing/hiding ...11-20 SiriusXM Alerts (audio) ..................................10-2 Alerts (sports)................................ 10-4 Category list .................................. 10-4 Fuel price .......................................10-7 Presetting channels .......................10-1 SiriusXM traffic & weather ............ 10-5 Subscription information ..............11-29 Traffic & weather icons on map ...11-29 TuneMix ......................................... 10-3 TuneStart ...................................... 10-4 SMS, receiving text messages ......... 8-8 Software keyboards .......................... 4-8 Sound, turning on/off........................11-3 Speaker mode, setting ....................11-11 Specifications ...................................12-2 Speed limit indication ............... 4-3, 9-16 Showing/hiding ............................11-20 Squelch sensitivity .............................8-7 System outline....................................3-1

T Talk button (passenger) .................... 3-3 Talk button (rider) .............................. 3-2 Time zone ..........................................5-1 Treble ...............................................11-2 Turn-by turn information ...................9-16

U Updating the software ......................12-1 USB memory device Exporting logbook data ..................9-14 Exporting system information ...... 11-12 Playing back music ......................... 6-6

V Vehicle information ..........................11-6 Vehicle information screen................ 4-3 Vehicle messages ............................. 8-9 Via point ...........................................9-17 Voice guidance, turning on/off .......11-26 Voice recognition function Activating .......................................4-10 Microphone sensitivity ................. 11-17 Starting...........................................4-11 Volume Adjusting ........................................11-4 Audio settings ................................11-2 Switch ..............................................3-1

W Weather information .......................... 6-3 Windscreen, adjusting .....................4-12

Y Yamaha dealer, registering ............... 5-3 Yamaha dealers location .................. 9-6

Z Zoom in/out buttons .......................... 4-6

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