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Anyone else having any issue with Dynamic volume of the radio not working? I know the volume is supposed to raise and lower as your speed increases but since i have it it never works. Another note is conversation assist seems to be missing from my settings menu. The manual says under settings and features there should be a volume settings soft key but there is no such item under my menu, I am wondering if this was somehow omitted from my software setup or not installed during PDI.

Can anyone tell me if you have either of these settings in your vehicles and/or are they working?
 

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2019 rrs hse dynamic.. I listed my vehicle when signing up but it doesnt show up in my profile posting id cant figure out how to list it show it does
 

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Curious to where this setting is too. I have the high-end Meridian and it drops the volume when park assist kicks in, but I don't see anything for speed-based volume.

In terms of conversation assist, not sure if that is tied to the audio system model, but here is how you adjust it. It works intermittently for me. I can't seem to determine the parameters when it kicks in, even when enabled to "Normal:.

Select All Settings via the SETTINGS pop-up menu. Select Features. Select Volume to access the VOLUME SETTINGS screen and manage the conversation assist feature controls. See SYSTEM SETTINGS.
Conversation assist offers three options:

  1. Off: Touch to switch the system off.
  2. Normal: Touch to select the normal volume level.
  3. High: Touch to select the high volume level.
When active, front passenger voices are reproduced through the rear speakers. The system is disabled when at a standstill and progressively increases with vehicle speed and background noise.

 

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Curious to where this setting is too. I have the high-end Meridian and it drops the volume when park assist kicks in, but I don't see anything for speed-based volume.

In terms of conversation assist, not sure if that is tied to the audio system model, but here is how you adjust it. It works intermittently for me. I can't seem to determine the parameters when it kicks in, even when enabled to "Normal:.

Select All Settings via the SETTINGS pop-up menu. Select Features. Select Volume to access the VOLUME SETTINGS screen and manage the conversation assist feature controls. See SYSTEM SETTINGS.
Conversation assist offers three options:

  1. Off: Touch to switch the system off.
  2. Normal: Touch to select the normal volume level.
  3. High: Touch to select the high volume level.
When active, front passenger voices are reproduced through the rear speakers. The system is disabled when at a standstill and progressively increases with vehicle speed and background noise.

That is really cool.
 

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yes i read that too but when i go into settings there is no volume option on my menu where is it located in your menu i looked all over and do not see such a setting.
Curious to where this setting is too. I have the high-end Meridian and it drops the volume when park assist kicks in, but I don't see anything for speed-based volume.

In terms of conversation assist, not sure if that is tied to the audio system model, but here is how you adjust it. It works intermittently for me. I can't seem to determine the parameters when it kicks in, even when enabled to "Normal:.

Select All Settings via the SETTINGS pop-up menu. Select Features. Select Volume to access the VOLUME SETTINGS screen and manage the conversation assist feature controls. See SYSTEM SETTINGS.
Conversation assist offers three options:

  1. Off: Touch to switch the system off.
  2. Normal: Touch to select the normal volume level.
  3. High: Touch to select the high volume level.
When active, front passenger voices are reproduced through the rear speakers. The system is disabled when at a standstill and progressively increases with vehicle speed and background noise.

 
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