The following video demonstrates the basics of the audio system found on model year 2017-2019 Chieftain and Roadmaster models.
The audio menu on your Indian Motorcycle Ride Command unit can be accessed by pressing the audio button (shown below) on the display.
The audio button allows you to change the audio source, adjust the audio volume level and set the radio presets. Hitting the audio button a second time while on the audio screen brings up the audio source menu.
To access the audio settings, enter the Ride Command settings menu. Do this by touching the Indian Motorcycle logo button at the top of the touchscreen.
Then touch the settings button in the upper right-hand corner.
Then select audio settings. From that menu you can enable automatic volume control, set the equalizer settings, adjust the fade and balance, clear the AM/FM presets and set the radio tuner region.
On motorcycles equipped with an audio control switch (1), you can control the audio system features from the left control block.
To increase the volume, press up on the audio control switch. To decrease the volume, press down on the audio control switch. To mute the volume, push in on the audio control switch.
When the audio source is set the tuner, press left or right to navigate through preset stations. Press and hold to seek. Press once to advance to the next preset station.
When the audio source is set to Bluetooth® audio or USB/iPod®, press left or right to navigate through audio tracks.
For more on the operation of your Indian Motorcycle, consult your Owner's Manual.
For more information on Ride Command, visit the Indian Motorcycle Ride Command website.
To find an Indian Motorcycle Dealer near you, use the Dealer Locator.
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