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I have a 2015 Z51 3LT. I'm trying to adjust the volumn of the music so it increases more when the interior noise increases with speed. The manual said to push the mode button. When I push the mode button I find nothing to increase the volumn. I looked in setting icon & didn't find it there. I looked in the music in DIC & didn't find it there. Help.
 

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There is a setting in the infotainment settings called audiopilot that does what you are asking about. It’s in the owners manual


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The C7 doesn't have a speed sensitive volume adjust. That's one of the features in the manual that is "if your vehicle is so equipped."

Audio Pilot is more complex. As noise levels increase, it changes the frequency response of the sound to emphasize those frequencies that get covered up by the noise. I tried it, and found the system sounded worse with it enabled than not, and that it often didn't adjust properly when I came to a stop. I turned it off, and just use the buttons on the steering wheel to adjust the volume as necessary.
 

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NEED HELP! !!
I couldn't find this function! Was i blind?? The change of noise with speed increase is much higher in Tesla than ICE cars since it's so quiet at low speed. I am puzzled as to why the MX doesn't have a way to automatically raise the volume of the music as it speeds up. my old cars had it for years. Anybody else feels the need?
 

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Nope. And, it really depends on the music source. If you ripped the music, the sources usually have very different recording levels. My Little Feat "Waiting for Columbus" CD was very low volume, even on the CD. If you don't compensate when you rip it it will be very different than most of your other music. It was quite annoying.

But in general, I use the volume controls when driving. I didn't like the Autopilot either...

Oh, and Try to use as little compression as you can. I still liment the loss of an actual CD player. But that's another story.
 
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