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How do you turn your Radio/CD off when the nav is on (RNS-510)

Discussion in 'Satellite Navigation' started by sat1983, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. sat1983

    sat1983 Member

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    Just can't seem to find a function to turn either of them off- I've had the radio on for 10 hours + when driving to France! Driven me insane!!
     
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  3. voorhees

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    lol 10 hours !
    I'll check the handbook in my glovebox in a bit
     
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    turn the volume down
     
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  5. sat1983

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    Yeah that's what I did 9 hours in- but there's got to be another way right?
     
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    Cheers Bez,I was going to put that but I have never actually done it so couldn't say for sure it'd work.

    10 hours of French radio lol
     
  7. sat1983

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    Still no definite solution to this?
     
  8. s8craig

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    On the Audi RNS-E pressing the MUTE (volume knob) button will turn off the music but allow voice commands through, not sure about the RNS 510 if it has the same functionality.
     

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