Harman Kardon Logic7 High Performance Multichannel Surround Sound System With Driver-Selectable Surround (DSS) — If Equipped

Your vehicle is equipped with a Harman Kardon audio system with GreenEdge™ technology that offers superior sound quality, higher Sound Pressure Levels (SPL) and reduced energy consumption. The new system utilizes proprietary amplifier and speaker technologies delivering substantial increases in component and system efficiency levels.

The 12 Channel Class D GreenEdge high efficiency amplifier is governed by a high voltage tracking power supply and drives a 7.5-channel playback architecture.

The Harman Kardon audio system offers the ability to choose Logic 7 surround sound for any audio source. The GreenEdge high-efficiency speaker designs ensure the system has higher SPL and a dramatic increase in dynamic sound quality. The speakers are tuned for maximum efficiency and perfectly matched to the amplifier output stage ensuring state of the art multi-seat surround sound processing.

Logic7 multichannel surround-sound technology delivers an immersive, accurate sound-stage to every seating position. This surround effect is available for audio from any source - AM/FM/CD/ Satellite Radio or dashboard AUX input; and is activated through the Uconnect Touch™ System. Refer to “Surround Sound” under “Uconnect Touch™ Settings” in “Understanding Your Instrument Panel”.

Selecting “Audio Surround” through the DSS modes activates the Harman Kardon Logic7 multichannel surround-sound technology in your vehicle. The “Video Surround” mode is described under Driver-Selectable Surround (DSS). The Video Surround Mode will only be available for video media sources (DVDs, Video CDs, or other video media supported by the radio). Some audio will sound better in DSS modes, others in Stereo mode.

When in “Audio Surround” mode, balance is set automatically.

Fader control is available in surround mode but should be set to the center position for optimal surround performance.

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