BMW 5 Series Owners & Service Manuals

BMW 5 Series: General information

The settings are stored in the currently used driver profile.

Treble, bass, balance, and fader

1. "CAR".

2. "Settings".

3. "General settings".

4. "Sound settings".

5. Select the desired setting:

  • "Treble": treble setting.
  • "Bass": bass setting.
  • "Balance": left/right volume distribution.
  • "Fader": front/rear volume distribution.

6. To adjust: turn the Controller.

7. To store: press the Controller.

Multi-channel playback, surround

When surround sound is activated, multi-channel playback is simulated when a audio source is played back in stereo mode.

The surround sound can be adjusted with the "Surround intensity" function.

1. "CAR".

2. "Settings".

3. "General settings".

4. "Sound settings".

5. "Surround" or "LOGIC 7 Surround".

LOGIC7 and the LOGIC7 logo are registered trademarks of Lexicon, Inc., a Harman International Group company.

Equalizer

Settings for individual frequency ranges.

1. "CAR".

2. "Settings".

3. "General settings".

4. "Sound settings".

5. "Equalizer" Bass and treble settings also affect the sound settings of the equalizer and can be configured in the same way as the frequency ranges.

Select and adjust trebles, basses, or an audio-frequency range.

1. Turn the controller to mark a frequency range.

2. Press the Controller.

3. Turn the controller to raise or lower the selected frequency range.

4. Press the Controller to store the setting.

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