2014 Boom! Box
Owner's Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY FIRST

USER SETTINGS

Safety Information............................................................
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Adding a Ring Tone...................................................51
Changing Units of Measure..........
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SMS Setup: Auto-Reply Message.............................83
Emergency Calls...............................
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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SAFETY INFORMATION

Set CB channel, squelch threshold and volume before
riding to minimize adjustments on the road. Distra...
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Figure 1. Acceptance Screen: 4.3 Models

2 Safety First

Figure 2. Acceptance Screen: 6.5 Models
This system cannot warn about such things as the safety of
an area, road conditions and availability of emergency services...
NOTES

4 Safety First
FEATURES, OPTIONS AND
SPECIFICATIONS
Not all features are available on all models. Most screen illustrations in this manua...
Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options
4.3
Part No. 76000075
FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49)
FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49)

4.3
...
Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options
4.3
Part No. 76000075
FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49)
FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49)

4.3
...
Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options
4.3
Part No. 76000075
FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49)
FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49)

4.3
...
Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options
4.3
Part No. 76000075
FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49)
FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49)

4.3
...
Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options
4.3
Part No. 76000075
FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49)
FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49)

4.3
...
Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options
6.5GT
Part No. 76000076
FLHTCU (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FLHXS (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FL...
Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options
6.5GT
Part No. 76000076
FLHTCU (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FLHXS (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FL...
Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options
6.5GT
Part No. 76000076
FLHTCU (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FLHXS (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FL...
Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options
6.5GT
Part No. 76000076
FLHTCU (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FLHXS (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FL...
Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options
6.5GT
Part No. 76000076
FLHTCU (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FLHXS (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FL...
Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options
6.5GT
Part No. 76000076
FLHTCU (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FLHXS (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FL...
Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options
6.5GT
Part No. 76000076
FLHTCU (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FLHXS (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FL...
Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options
6.5GT
Part No. 76000076
FLHTCU (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FLHXS (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FL...
Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options
6.5GT
Part No. 76000076
FLHTCU (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FLHXS (CAL, 49,
CAN)
FL...
NOTES

20 Models
FACEPLATE BUTTON CONTROLS
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1

3

2

4

FACEPLATE LAYOUT

5

4
2

1

Figure 4. Faceplate Button Controls - Boom! Bo...
Table 3. Faceplate Controls - 4.3 and 6.5 Models
ITEM

SYMBOL

3

NAV/COMPASS ( )

4

POWER or MUTE ( )

5

Soft Key (

22...
GENERAL OPERATION
Boom!™ Box 4.3 Models: Press the soft key that aligns with
the desired functionality.

1

USB port: The ...
Screen Menu Bar

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See Figure 6. Many screens have a menu bar at the top of the
screen. The menu bar and its compon...
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Figure 8. Checkbox - Function Enabled (Typical)

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Figure 9. Multiple Options Button (Typical)

Multiple O...
Left Hand Control Audio Functions

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Figure 10. Option Menu Button

6

4

BOOM! BOX HAND CONTROLS
Some fea...
Table 4. Left Hand Control Audio Functions
ITEM ICON NAME

FUNCTION

1

Home

2

Next/Seek
Up

Tuner: Seek up.
Media: Next...
Table 5. Right Hand Control Audio Functions
ITEM

ICON

NAME

REAR CONTROLS (IF EQUIPPED)

FUNCTION

1

Information Displa...
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Table 7. Rear (Passenger) Control Audio Functions
ITEM

1

2

1

ICON

NAME

FUNCTION

Mode

Cycles to next avail...
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Figure 15. Status Bar (Typical)

30 Controls
Table 8. Status Bar Icons
ICON NAME

FUNCTION

Table 8. Status Bar Icons
ICON NAME

FUNCTION

Speakers not muted

Icon is ...
Table 8. Status Bar Icons
ICON NAME

FUNCTION

Phonebook

Icon is displayed when a Bluetooth-connected hands-free device i...
Table 8. Status Bar Icons
ICON NAME
Southeast (direction)

FUNCTION
If Equipped: Icon is displayed when the
Navigation sys...
NOTES

34 Controls
SETUP MENU OVERVIEW
Table 9. Setup Menu Overview
OPTION

OPTION

Speaker/Headset

•
•
•

Music/Media
Communication
Prompts...
Table 9. Setup Menu Overview
HOME --> SETUP -->

OPTION

OPTION

English

•

Metric

--

Clock

•

User Time

•

GPS Time
...
Table 9. Setup Menu Overview
HOME --> SETUP -->

OPTION

OPTION

System Information

•
•
•
•

Software
Hardware
EQ
Navigat...
SETUP MENU

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See Figure 16 and Figure 17. To customize the Boom!™ Box
settings:
1.

Access the Home screen.

NOTE
...
AUDIO SETTINGS

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Table 10. Audio Routing Menu Detail
HOME --> SETUP -->

OPTION

Speaker/Headset

•
•
•

Music/Med...
NOTE

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Equal volume to front and rear speakers is indicated by the
center circle segment.
Enabling Speed Volume or...
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ADJUSTING DISPLAY SETTINGS
Table 11. Display Menu Detail
HOME -->
SETUP -->

OPTION

OPTION

Display

Screen
Brig...
NOTE
These adjustments are user selectable only if they are configured as manual mode. In automatic mode, these settings
c...
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Figure 22. Display Feature

Figure 24. Colors

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Figure 23. Button Brightness

Figure 25...
ENABLING GLOBAL PRESETS

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Table 12. Global Presets and Keyboard Menu Detail
HOME --> SETUP OPTION
-->

OPTION

Glo...
SELECTING KEYBOARD STYLE: 6.5
MODELS ONLY

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See Table 12 and Figure 28. The keyboard style can be
changed between ...
FEEDBACK SETTINGS

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Table 13. Feedback Menu Detail
HOME -->
SETUP -->

OPTION

Feedback

•

Prompt Volume

--

•

...
Adjusting Beep Volume

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See Figure 31. Press + or - to increase or decrease the beep
volume.

Figure 31. Feedback ...
BLUETOOTH SETUP
Table 14. Bluetooth Setup Menu Detail
HOME --> SETUP -->
Bluetooth Setup

OPTION

OPTION

•

Bluetooth (en...
Bluetooth setup controls are used connect Bluetooth devices
for phone (HFP) or music (A2DP) usage or delete pairing of
Blu...
Listing Paired Devices

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See Figure 32.
1.

Select List Paired Devices.

2.

Use up or down arrows (on right side ...
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Figure 36. Deleting a Paired Device

Figure 35. Connecting or Disconnecting Phone or Music

Deleting a P...
5.

Select desired song.

6.

A confirmation screen will appear with the message, "New
ring tone loaded and set." when rin...
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Figure 38. Units of Measurement

Figure 39. Clock Settings (Typical)

SETTING THE CLOCK

Changing Time Z...
User Time is set manually by the user, including setting the
time zone. In GPS Time, the time zone and the clock will be
a...
See Figure 41. The status of the Radio Services subscription
will be displayed with the ESN number and a phone number
to c...
3.

Make note of your SiriusXM module ESN number.

NOTE
Activation may take up to an hour. It is recommended that the
syst...
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Figure 43. Traffic Setup Menu

Figure 44. Traffic Notification Setup Menu

See Figure 44. Traffic notifi...
Export for Update

SYSTEM INFORMATION
Table 18. System Information Menu Detail
HOME -->
SETUP -->

OPTION

OPTION

System
...
NAVIGATION SETUP (IF EQUIPPED)

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Figure 46 and Table 19 show the options and selections
available for Navigation S...
Table 19. Navigation Setup Menu Detail
HOME --> SETUP -->

OPTION

Navigation Setup

•

OPTION

•

Twisty (enabled)

•

Tw...
Route Calculation
The default route calculation selects the fastest route (time) to
reach the destination. Other preferenc...
SETTING INTERFACE LANGUAGE
Table 20. Interface Lanugage Menu Detail
HOME --> SETUP -->

OPTION

Set Language

•
•
•
•
•
•
...
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Figure 47. Software Update

User Settings 63
NOTES

64 User Settings
AUDIO SOURCES

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NOTE
To prevent the vehicle battery from discharging, avoid operating
the audio system for prolong...
Switching Audio Source

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NOTE
The examples shown are in the default state of Classic Mode
OFF. See USER SETTINGS, ...
1.

Switch to the desired audio source or radio station.

NOTE
4.3 Models: Use the faceplate soft button that aligns with ...
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Press the Cat button to view the current selection. If none of
the categories are selected, the tuner will stop o...
If the value is set to Presets, the seek buttons will change the
audio source or station by increasing or decreasing the c...
Table 21. Tuner Menu Detail
HOME --> TUNER OPTION
-->

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

FM

•

Seek

•

Tune

•

Presets

•

Scan

...
Table 22. FM Categories (RDFS, North America)
OPTION

OPTION

•
•
•
•
•

Set All
News
Information
Sports
Talk

•
•
•
•
•
•...
Table 23. FM Categories (RDS, Other Regions)
OPTION

OPTION

•
•
•
•
•
•

Set All
News
Current Affairs
Information
Sport
E...
Find: Enables browsing through media files by playlist, artist,
album, song or genre.
Playlist: If the device contains pla...
Table 24. Media Menu Detail: USB Device
HOME --> MEDIA -->

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

(USB device)

Find

•

Playlist

•
•
•...
Table 25. Media Menu Detail: Bluetooth Device
HOME --> MEDIA -->

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

(Bluetooth device)

Bluetooth

•...
Table 26. Com Menu Detail
HOME --> Com -->

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

CB

•

On

•

Off

--

--

Intercom

•

On

•
...
Table 26. Com Menu Detail
HOME --> Com -->

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

•

--

--

Bluetooth

USING CITIZEN BAND (IF E...
Squelch threshold level will be shown on the display. The CB
signal will be sent to the speakers or headset when the CB
si...
Pressing the upper-left corner button (ON/OFF) toggles the
Intercom between the ON and OFF states.

Adjusting Rider Headse...
Making a Phone Call from the Phone Book

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Phone calls can be made using the phone book data of the
connected phone...
2.

Select Com.

Receiving or Ending a Call

3.

Select Phone.

•

4.

Select Keypad.

When a call is received a ring tone...
3.

Select Phone.

4.

models). The Inbox will display the number of unread
messages.

Select Calls.

Additional filters a...
6.

Select View Reply Message to display the text that will
automatically sent when text message is received and
Enable Au...
1.

Go to Home screen.

2.

Select Com.

3.

Select Phone.

4.

Select SOS.

5.

See Figure 61. Select Dial.

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To ...
command.The system will present a list of possible commands.
The commands are universal rather than mode-specific, for
exa...
Table 30. Tuner Commands: 6.5 Models

Table 31. Tuner Commands for SiriusXM (If Equipped)

Voice Command

Action

Voice Co...
Table 32. Navigation Commands: 6.5 Models

* It is recommended to say the destination as one string.
Example: "DESTINATION...
SIRIUSXM RADIO OPERATION (IF
EQUIPPED)
Table 33 (SiriusXM Radio) and Table 34 (SiriusXM Specialty
Services) show the optio...
3.

Enter the channel number.

2.

See Figure 65. Select Tag This.

4.

Press Tune button.

3.

The system will prompt you...
3.

Check or uncheck the Song/Artist Alert button.

Game Zone
Game Zone allows you to be alerted when selected sports
team...
Table 33. SiriusXM Menu Detail: Radio
HOME --> SiriusXM -->

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

Radio

•

Channel

All Categories

--...
Table 34. SiriusXM Menu Detail: Specialty Services
HOME --> SiriusXM -->

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

Specialty Services

•

T...
SIRIUSXM SPECIALTY SERVICES (IF
EQUIPPED)
See Table 33. To use SiriusXM Specialty Services, verify you
have a subscription...
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Selecting View Prices or Fuel Type will display a menu with
Route/View and Fuel Prices options.
•

Route/View: Di...
VEHICLE STATUS
See Figure 69. Select the Information button on the right hand
control to view Vehicle Status screen. The s...
- (zoom out button): This button zooms out on the map.

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Left data field: This field (clock shown in Figure 71) is...
Navigation Option menu: The Navigation Option menu (located under the compass direction in Figure 71 contains the
followin...
NOTE
The system will default to the current location.
1.

Press the Near Your Location button to choose POIs
around a spec...
NOTE
Select the "More..." button to see additional options.
•

Address: If the destination address is known, select
Addres...
for Hospitals, Police or Fire Departments near your current
location.

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Figure 75. Emergency Services Sel...
Import: Allows the user to view the Devices Available screen.
This display is a list of USB-connected devices. Saved locat...
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Figure 76. Navigation Secondary Menu

102 Operation

Figure 77. Current Location Information
Table 35. Navigation Menu Detail
HOME --> NAVIGATION -->

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

Map

•

+

•

POIs Near

•
•
•
•
•

POI
...
Table 35. Navigation Menu Detail
HOME --> NAVIGATION -->

OPTION

OPTION

OPTION

Emergency

•
•
•

Hospital
Police
Fire D...
MPZ, Mulitilock, nano, NGK, Novus, Packard, Pirelli, Permatex,
Philips, PJ1, Pozidriv, Robinair, S100, Sems, SiriusXM, Sna...
NOTES

106 Operation
Use only Harley-Davidson recommended products and
methods to keep the radio, speakers and other audio system
components cl...
NOTES

108 Care and Cleaning
Harley-Davidson warrants that your Harley-Davidson radio will
be free from factory defects in factory materials and workma...
NOTES

110 Warranty
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  1. 1. 2014 Boom! Box Owner's Manual
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY FIRST USER SETTINGS Safety Information..............................................................1 Navigation...................................................................3 Setup Menu Overview......................................................35 Setup Menu......................................................................38 Audio Settings..................................................................39 Selecting Audio Output.............................................39 Adjusting Audio Settings...........................................39 Adjusting Display Settings................................................41 Adjusting Screen Brightness.....................................42 Adjusting Button Brightness......................................42 Changing Colors.......................................................42 Changing Background Colors...................................42 Enabling Global Presets...................................................44 Selecting Keyboard Style: 6.5 Models Only.....................45 Full Keyboard............................................................45 Large Keyboard........................................................45 Feedback Settings...........................................................46 Adjusting Prompt Volume..........................................46 Enabling Nav Prompts..............................................46 Adjusting Beep Volume.............................................47 Bluetooth Setup...............................................................48 Enabling and Disabling Bluetooth.............................49 Pairing a Bluetooth Device........................................49 Listing Paired Devices...............................................50 Deleting a Paired Device...........................................51 MODELS Features, Options and Specifications................................5 FACEPLATE LAYOUT Faceplate Button Controls................................................21 CONTROLS General Operation............................................................23 Screen Menu Bar......................................................24 Buttons with Checkboxes..........................................24 Multiple Option Buttons.............................................25 Option Menu Button..................................................25 Boom! Box Hand Controls................................................26 Left Hand Control Audio Functions...........................26 Right Hand Control Audio Functions.........................27 Rear Controls (If Equipped).............................................28 Status Bar Icons: 6.5 Models Only...................................29 i
  3. 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS Adding a Ring Tone...................................................51 Changing Units of Measure.............................................52 Setting the Clock..............................................................53 Changing Time Zones...............................................53 Selecting GPS or User Time.....................................53 SiriusXM Setup (If Equipped)...........................................54 Radio Service...........................................................54 Specialty Services....................................................55 Subscribing to SiriusXM............................................55 Traffic Setup (If Equipped)................................................56 System Information..........................................................58 Software....................................................................61 Database..................................................................61 Export for Update......................................................58 Navigation Setup (If Equipped)........................................59 Route Calculation.....................................................61 Appearance..............................................................61 Setting Interface Language..............................................62 Setting Classic Mode.......................................................62 Software Updates............................................................62 OPERATION Audio Sources..................................................................65 Switching Audio Source............................................66 ii Setting and Using Presets...............................................66 Setting and Using Favorites.............................................67 Favorites...................................................................67 Operating the Radio ........................................................68 Selecting Radio Band...............................................68 Category (Cat)..........................................................68 Seek, Tune, Presets and RBDS/RDS.......................68 Operating a Media Device................................................72 USB Media Menu......................................................72 Media Menu (USB and Bluetooth)............................73 Using Communication Devices........................................75 Using Citizen Band (If Equipped).....................................77 Adjusting Squelch and Volume.................................77 Transmitting over CB.................................................78 Using Intercom/Headsets (If Equipped)...........................78 Adjusting VOX Sensitivity..........................................79 Adjusting Rider Headset Volume..............................79 Adjusting Passenger Headset Volume......................79 Using Phone via Bluetooth...............................................80 Making a Phone Call from the Phone Book..............80 Dialing a Number......................................................80 Receiving or Ending a Call.......................................81 Viewing Call History..................................................81 Text Messages..........................................................82
  4. 4. TABLE OF CONTENTS SMS Setup: Auto-Reply Message.............................83 Emergency Calls.......................................................83 Operating Voice Recognition............................................84 SiriusXM Radio Operation (If Equipped)..........................88 Listening to SiriusXM Radio......................................88 Changing the Channel..............................................88 Direct Tune................................................................88 Tagging an Artist or Song.........................................89 Game Zone...............................................................90 SiriusXM Specialty Services (If Equipped)......................93 Traffic........................................................................93 Weather....................................................................93 Fuel...........................................................................94 Forecast....................................................................94 Vehicle Status..................................................................95 Operating the Navigation System (If Equipped)...............95 Navigation Main Menu..............................................95 Displaying the Map Screen.......................................96 Setting Map Screen Display Options........................96 Displaying Point of Interest (POI) Menu....................97 Harley-Davidson Dealerships...................................98 Where To (Destinations)...........................................98 Recent......................................................................99 Emergency................................................................99 Secondary Menu.....................................................100 H-D U.S.A., LLC Trademark Information........................104 Product Registered Marks.............................................104 CARE AND CLEANING Audio System Care........................................................107 Replaceable Screen Protector................................107 Radio/Screen Washing...........................................107 Screen Touch-Up Cleaning.....................................107 Speaker Care..........................................................107 WARRANTY 2014 LIMITED RADIO WARRANTY..............................109 Other Rights............................................................109 iii
  5. 5. TABLE OF CONTENTS iv
  6. 6. SAFETY INFORMATION Set CB channel, squelch threshold and volume before riding to minimize adjustments on the road. Distractions can lead to loss of control, resulting in death or serious injury. (00089a) Do not select a volume level that blocks out traffic noise or interrupts the concentration necessary for safe operation of the motorcycle. Distractions or a volume level that blocks out traffic noise could cause loss of control resulting in death or serious injury. (00539b) This manual explains the operation of the Boom!™ Box Infotainment system. Read this manual carefully and keep it with your motorcycle at all times. See the owner's manual for your vehicle for important rider safety information. Follow all the warnings, cautions and safety tips shown throughout this manual. See Figure 1 and Figure 2. Do not use any feature of this system to the extent it becomes a distraction and prevents safe riding. The first priority while riding should always be the safe operation of the vehicle. While riding, observe all traffic regulations. Pay attention while riding. Always concentrate on riding by keeping your eyes and mind on the road. For safety, program the system when stopped. Some features are limited when motorcycle is in motion. Perform system setup and get familiar with the controls and features of the infotainment system before operating the motorcycle on the road. 1 SAFETY FIRST Set volume levels and other controls on audio and electronic devices before riding. Distractions can lead to loss of control, resulting in death or serious injury. (00088b) There are no serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel. Disassembly of the unit could result in equipment damage and/or equipment malfunction. (00172a)
  7. 7. om01671 om01707 Figure 1. Acceptance Screen: 4.3 Models 2 Safety First Figure 2. Acceptance Screen: 6.5 Models
  8. 8. This system cannot warn about such things as the safety of an area, road conditions and availability of emergency services. om01665 Use this system only in locations where it is legal to do so. For additional instruction and information, see an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer and online resources at www.harleydavidson.com/touring. Navigation Figure 3. Vehicle in Motion Message The data in the navigation system may be incomplete. Road conditions, including restrictions (no left turns, street closures, etc.) frequently change. Therefore, before following any instruction from the system, look to see whether the instruction can be done safely and legally. Safety First 3
  9. 9. NOTES 4 Safety First
  10. 10. FEATURES, OPTIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS Not all features are available on all models. Most screen illustrations in this manual show the 6.5 models. Table 1 and Table 2 show the features for each motorcycle configuration. See the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) information in your vehicle owner's manual to determine the configuration/calibration of your motorcycle. Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options 4.3 Part No. 76000075 FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49) FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49) 4.3 Part No. 76000230 FLHTCUTC (JPN, APC) FLHTCU (CAN, BRZ, ENG, HDI, AUS) FLHX (ENG, BRZ, CAN, HDI, AUS, JPN, APC) Size Type Color Choices MODELS SCREEN 4.3 inch Color Default, Blue, Brown, Green, Gray, Purple, Red Screen Brightness Automatic or Selectable Screen Button Brightness Automatic or Selectable Day/Night Dimmer Touchscreen Status Bar Start-up Screen Standard ----Static 5
  11. 11. Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options 4.3 Part No. 76000075 FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49) FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49) 4.3 Part No. 76000230 FLHTCUTC (JPN, APC) FLHTCU (CAN, BRZ, ENG, HDI, AUS) FLHX (ENG, BRZ, CAN, HDI, AUS, JPN, APC) AUDIO OUTPUT Watts Per Channel 25 Speakers 2 (FLHX) 4 (FLHTCU/TC) Speaker Size 5.25 inch 6.5 inch - P&A Upgrade Sealed and Closed Front Speaker Housing Standard Bass Port Rear Speakers Standard (except FLHX) Distortion (THD) 1% Internal Amp Standard External Amp Wired Headset P&A Upgrade Standard (FLHTCU) P&A Upgrade (FLHX) Headset Specifications (if equipped) Standard (FLHTCU/TC) P&A Upgrade (FLHX) 16-64 ohms AUDIO SOURCES AM Standard --- FM Standard Weather Band (WB) Standard 6 Models
  12. 12. Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options 4.3 Part No. 76000075 FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49) FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49) 4.3 Part No. 76000230 FLHTCUTC (JPN, APC) FLHTCU (CAN, BRZ, ENG, HDI, AUS) FLHX (ENG, BRZ, CAN, HDI, AUS, JPN, APC) MW --- Standard LW --- Standard SiriusXM Satellite Radio P&A Upgrade MP3 - USB Connection Standard MP3 - Bluetooth Connection --- SD Card - via USB Connection Standard Jump Drive - via USB Connection Standard Models 7
  13. 13. Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options 4.3 Part No. 76000075 FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49) FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49) 4.3 Part No. 76000230 FLHTCUTC (JPN, APC) FLHTCU (CAN, BRZ, ENG, HDI, AUS) FLHX (ENG, BRZ, CAN, HDI, AUS, JPN, APC) AUDIO SETUP CB Presets 6 AM Presets 6 FM Presets 15 SiriusXM Presets 20 WB Presets 6 iPod Device Presets 20 USB-MSD Device Presets 20 "PlaysForSure" Media Player Device Presets 20 Global Presets Standard Favorites Standard Configurable Mode Joystick Standard Seek/Scan Standard 8 Models
  14. 14. Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options 4.3 Part No. 76000075 FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49) FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49) 4.3 Part No. 76000230 FLHTCUTC (JPN, APC) FLHTCU (CAN, BRZ, ENG, HDI, AUS) FLHX (ENG, BRZ, CAN, HDI, AUS, JPN, APC) INTERFACE LANGUAGES English (US) Included English (UK) Included Spanish (Mexican) Included Spanish (Castilian) Included French (Canadian) Included French (French) Included Italian (IT) Included European Portuguese (PT) Included VOICE RECOGNITION Hands-free Mobile Phone - via Bluetooth Standard AM/FM/WB/SiriusXM (where available) --- MP3 --- GPS Voice Recognition Languages: Phone functions only Voice Recognition Languages: Navigation --English (US) --- Models 9
  15. 15. Table 1. Boom! Box 4.3 Models - Features and Options 4.3 Part No. 76000075 FLHX (CAN, CAL, 49) FLHTCU (CAN, CAL, 49) 4.3 Part No. 76000230 FLHTCUTC (JPN, APC) FLHTCU (CAN, BRZ, ENG, HDI, AUS) FLHX (ENG, BRZ, CAN, HDI, AUS, JPN, APC) GPS Integrated GPS --- Garmin Personal Navigation Device with audio-triggered interrupt P&A Upgrade GPS Database --- COMMUNICATION Rider/Passenger Intercom Bike-to-Bike (CB) - Prewired Bike-to-Bike (CB) - Standard Standard (FLHTCU) P&A Upgrade (FLHX) -- Standard P&A Upgrade OTHER FEATURES Vehicle Information Screen (Air temperature, oil pressure and engine temperature) Standard Software Update via USB interface Standard Text-to-Speech (TTS) Lanugages USB Bluetooth 10 Models English (US) USB/MTP/iPod/iPhone Phone/Audio
  16. 16. Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options 6.5GT Part No. 76000076 FLHTCU (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHXS (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTK (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTCUTG (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000231 FLHTK (ENG, HDI,) FLHTCUTG (ENG, HDI) 6.5GT Part No. 76000228 FLHTKSE (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000229 FLHTKSE (HDI, ENG) 6.5T Part No. 76000232 FLHTK CVO (APC) FLHTK (JPN, APC, AUS, BRZ, CAN, HDI) FLHTCUTG (JPN, APC, BRZ, CAN, HDI, ENG) FLHTKSE (AUS, BRZ, CAN, JPN, ENG) SCREEN Size Type Color Options 6.5 inch Color Default, Blue, Brown, Green, Gray, Purple, Red Screen Brightness Automatic or Selectable Screen Button Brightness Automatic or Selectable Day/Night Dimmer Standard Touchscreen Standard Status Bar Standard Start-up Screen Animated AUDIO OUTPUT Models 11
  17. 17. Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options 6.5GT Part No. 76000076 FLHTCU (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHXS (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTK (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTCUTG (CAL, 49, CAN) Watts Per Channel Speakers Speaker Size 6.5GT Part No. 76000231 FLHTK (ENG, HDI,) FLHTCUTG (ENG, HDI) 6.5GT Part No. 76000228 FLHTKSE (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000229 FLHTKSE (HDI, ENG) 6.5T Part No. 76000232 FLHTK CVO (APC) FLHTK (JPN, APC, AUS, BRZ, CAN, HDI) FLHTCUTG (JPN, APC, BRZ, CAN, HDI, ENG) FLHTKSE (AUS, BRZ, CAN, JPN, ENG) 25 25 75 75 25 75 (FLHTK CVO) 2 (FLHXS) 4 (all others) 5.25 inch 6.5 inch - P&A Upgrade Sealed and Closed Front Speaker Housing Bass Port Rear Speakers 12 Models 4 6.5 inch 5.25 inch 6.5 inch (FLHTK CVO) 6.5 inch - P&A Upgrade Standard Standard (except FLHXS) Standard
  18. 18. Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options 6.5GT Part No. 76000076 FLHTCU (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHXS (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTK (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTCUTG (CAL, 49, CAN) Distortion (THD) 6.5GT Part No. 76000231 FLHTK (ENG, HDI,) FLHTCUTG (ENG, HDI) 6.5GT Part No. 76000228 FLHTKSE (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000229 FLHTKSE (HDI, ENG) 6.5T Part No. 76000232 FLHTK CVO (APC) FLHTK (JPN, APC, AUS, BRZ, CAN, HDI) FLHTCUTG (JPN, APC, BRZ, CAN, HDI, ENG) FLHTKSE (AUS, BRZ, CAN, JPN, ENG) 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% Internal Amp Standard External Amp P&A Upgrade Standard Wired Headset Standard (FLHTK CVO) P&A Upgrade (FLHTK/FLHTCUTG) Standard P&A Upgrade (FLHXS) Standard Headset Specifications (if equipped) 16-64 ohms AUDIO SOURCES AM Standard --- FM Standard --- Standard Dependent on Region Dependent on Region Weather Band (WB) --- --- --- --- Dependent on Region MW --- Standard --- Standard Dependent on Region Models 13
  19. 19. Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options 6.5GT Part No. 76000076 FLHTCU (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHXS (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTK (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTCUTG (CAL, 49, CAN) LW SiriusXM Satellite Radio 6.5GT Part No. 76000231 FLHTK (ENG, HDI,) FLHTCUTG (ENG, HDI) 6.5GT Part No. 76000228 FLHTKSE (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000229 FLHTKSE (HDI, ENG) 6.5T Part No. 76000232 FLHTK CVO (APC) FLHTK (JPN, APC, AUS, BRZ, CAN, HDI) FLHTCUTG (JPN, APC, BRZ, CAN, HDI, ENG) FLHTKSE (AUS, BRZ, CAN, JPN, ENG) Standard Standard --- Standard Dependent on Region P&A Upgrade Standard MP3 - USB Connection Standard MP3 - Bluetooth Connection Standard SD Card - via USB Connection Standard Jump Drive - via USB Connection Standard 14 Models Dependent on Region
  20. 20. Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options 6.5GT Part No. 76000076 FLHTCU (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHXS (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTK (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTCUTG (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000231 FLHTK (ENG, HDI,) FLHTCUTG (ENG, HDI) 6.5GT Part No. 76000228 FLHTKSE (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000229 FLHTKSE (HDI, ENG) 6.5T Part No. 76000232 FLHTK CVO (APC) FLHTK (JPN, APC, AUS, BRZ, CAN, HDI) FLHTCUTG (JPN, APC, BRZ, CAN, HDI, ENG) FLHTKSE (AUS, BRZ, CAN, JPN, ENG) AUDIO SETUP CB Presets 6 AM Presets 6 FM Presets 15 SiriusXM Presets 20 WB Presets 6 iPod Device Presets 20 USB-MSD Device Presets 20 "PlaysForSure" Media Player Device Presets 20 Global Presets Standard Favorites Standard Configurable Mode Joystick Standard Models 15
  21. 21. Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options 6.5GT Part No. 76000076 FLHTCU (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHXS (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTK (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTCUTG (CAL, 49, CAN) Seek/Scan 6.5GT Part No. 76000231 FLHTK (ENG, HDI,) FLHTCUTG (ENG, HDI) 6.5GT Part No. 76000228 FLHTKSE (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000229 FLHTKSE (HDI, ENG) Standard INTERFACE LANGUAGES English (US) Included English (UK) Included Spanish (Mexican) Included Spanish (Castilian) Included French (Canadian) Included French (Europe) Included Italian (IT) Included European Portuguese (PT) Included 16 Models 6.5T Part No. 76000232 FLHTK CVO (APC) FLHTK (JPN, APC, AUS, BRZ, CAN, HDI) FLHTCUTG (JPN, APC, BRZ, CAN, HDI, ENG) FLHTKSE (AUS, BRZ, CAN, JPN, ENG)
  22. 22. Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options 6.5GT Part No. 76000076 FLHTCU (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHXS (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTK (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTCUTG (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000231 FLHTK (ENG, HDI,) FLHTCUTG (ENG, HDI) 6.5GT Part No. 76000228 FLHTKSE (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000229 FLHTKSE (HDI, ENG) 6.5T Part No. 76000232 FLHTK CVO (APC) FLHTK (JPN, APC, AUS, BRZ, CAN, HDI) FLHTCUTG (JPN, APC, BRZ, CAN, HDI, ENG) FLHTKSE (AUS, BRZ, CAN, JPN, ENG) VOICE RECOGNITION Hands-free Mobile Phone - via Bluetooth Standard AM/FM/MW/LW/WB/ SiriusXM (where available) Standard MP3 Standard GPS Voice Recognition Languages: Tuner, Media, Phone, general navigation commands Voice Recognition Languages: One Shot Destination Entry (where supported by country) Standard English (US/UK), German, Spanish (Mexico/Spain), French (Canada/France), Italian, European Portuguese English (US), Spanish English (UK), German, English (US), Spanish English (UK), German, (Mexico), French Spanish (Spain), (Mexico), French Spanish (Spain), (Canada) French (France), (Canada) French (France), Italian, European PorItalian, European Portuguese tuguese None Models 17
  23. 23. Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options 6.5GT Part No. 76000076 FLHTCU (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHXS (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTK (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTCUTG (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000231 FLHTK (ENG, HDI,) FLHTCUTG (ENG, HDI) 6.5GT Part No. 76000228 FLHTKSE (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000229 FLHTKSE (HDI, ENG) 6.5T Part No. 76000232 FLHTK CVO (APC) FLHTK (JPN, APC, AUS, BRZ, CAN, HDI) FLHTCUTG (JPN, APC, BRZ, CAN, HDI, ENG) FLHTKSE (AUS, BRZ, CAN, JPN, ENG) GPS Integrated GPS Standard GPS Database North American --- P&A Upgrade Garmin Personal Navigation Device Standard European North American with 3D Building/Landmarks European with 3D Building/Landmarks Option, if available. Compass if not available. COMMUNICATION Rider/Passenger Intercom Bike-to-Bike (CB) Prewired Bike-to-Bike (CB) 18 Models Standard P&A Upgrade (FLHXS) Standard Standard (FLHTCU, FLHTCUTG, FLHTK) Standard --- Standard Standard (FLHTK) P&A Upgrade (FLHXS P&A Upgrade (all other Rider only) models) Standard Standard (FLHTK, FLHTK CVO) P&A Upgrade (FLHTCUTG)
  24. 24. Table 2. Boom! Box 6.5 Models - Features and Options 6.5GT Part No. 76000076 FLHTCU (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHXS (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTK (CAL, 49, CAN) FLHTCUTG (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000231 FLHTK (ENG, HDI,) FLHTCUTG (ENG, HDI) 6.5GT Part No. 76000228 FLHTKSE (CAL, 49, CAN) 6.5GT Part No. 76000229 FLHTKSE (HDI, ENG) 6.5T Part No. 76000232 FLHTK CVO (APC) FLHTK (JPN, APC, AUS, BRZ, CAN, HDI) FLHTCUTG (JPN, APC, BRZ, CAN, HDI, ENG) FLHTKSE (AUS, BRZ, CAN, JPN, ENG) OTHER FEATURES Vehicle Information Screen Standard Software Update via USB interface Standard Text-to-Speech (TTS) Languages English (US/UK), German, Spanish (Mexico/Spain), French (Canada/France), Italian, European Portuguese USB Bluetooth USB/MTP/iPod/iPhone Phone/Audio Models 19
  25. 25. NOTES 20 Models
  26. 26. FACEPLATE BUTTON CONTROLS om01669 1 3 2 4 FACEPLATE LAYOUT 5 4 2 1 Figure 4. Faceplate Button Controls - Boom! Box 4.3 and 6.5 Models Table 3. Faceplate Controls - 4.3 and 6.5 Models ITEM SYMBOL 1 HOME Screen ( ) 2 FAVORITE ( ) FUNCTION Toggles between current screen and HOME screen. Press and hold to program this button as a shortcut to a favorite audio mode. Press to switch the system to a previously programmed mode. 21
  27. 27. Table 3. Faceplate Controls - 4.3 and 6.5 Models ITEM SYMBOL 3 NAV/COMPASS ( ) 4 POWER or MUTE ( ) 5 Soft Key ( 22 Faceplate Layout FUNCTION ) 6.5 Models: Models with Navigation - Press to toggle between any screen and the Navigation or Map screens. Models without Navigation - Press to display Compass screen. When system is OFF: Short press will turn system ON. When system is ON: Short press will mute or un-mute audio. Bluetooth and USB-connected devices will pause or un-pause. Press and hold will turn system OFF. 4.3 Models: Function changes according to alignment with menu items on the screen.
  28. 28. GENERAL OPERATION Boom!™ Box 4.3 Models: Press the soft key that aligns with the desired functionality. 1 USB port: The USB connector is located in the Jukebox media compartment. See OPERATION, Operating a Media Device for operation instructions. 2 CONTROLS om01670 Boom!™ Box 6.5 Models: Press the touch screen to select the desired functionality. 3 1. 4.3 models 2. 6.5T and 6.5GT models 3. USB connector (shown with cover in raised position) Figure 5. Boom! Box 4.3 and 6.5 Models 23
  29. 29. Screen Menu Bar om01726 See Figure 6. Many screens have a menu bar at the top of the screen. The menu bar and its components change according to the screen being displayed. The title of the screen or function is located in the center of the menu bar. The screen title is not a selectable button. See Figure 7. Some menu bars may contain a selectable button on the right, left or both sides of the screen title. Figure 7. On and Exit Buttons (Typical) om01723 Buttons with Checkboxes See Figure 8. Some system options are toggled OFF (disabled) and ON (enabled) with a checkbox in the button. Figure 6. Screen Menu Bar 24 Controls
  30. 30. om01724 Figure 8. Checkbox - Function Enabled (Typical) om01725 Figure 9. Multiple Options Button (Typical) Multiple Option Buttons Option Menu Button See Figure 9. Multiple option buttons are identified by a + with an arrow symbol on the button. Press the + to see the options available through that button. See Figure 10. Many screens have an option menu button that will display additional available functions or features. This button may be on the left or right side of the screen. Controls 25
  31. 31. Left Hand Control Audio Functions om01812 om01712 Figure 10. Option Menu Button 6 4 BOOM! BOX HAND CONTROLS Some features and functions shown are model and/or regionspecific. See the vehicle owner's manual for functionality of other hand control switches. 3 2 1 5 Figure 11. Left Hand Control Audio Functions (Typical) 26 Controls
  32. 32. Table 4. Left Hand Control Audio Functions ITEM ICON NAME FUNCTION 1 Home 2 Next/Seek Up Tuner: Seek up. Media: Next file 4 Volume Up Increases volume 5 Volume down Decreases volume om01667 Tuner: Seek down. Previous /Seek Down Media: Previous file. 3 Right Hand Control Audio Functions 6 Toggles between current screen and Home screen Voice Initiates a voice command session Recognition (if equipped) 5 1 2 8 4 9 3 6 7 Figure 12. Right Hand Control Audio Functions (Typical) Controls 27
  33. 33. Table 5. Right Hand Control Audio Functions ITEM ICON NAME REAR CONTROLS (IF EQUIPPED) FUNCTION 1 Information Displays or exits Vehicle Information 2 CB If Equipped: Increases CB Squelch + squelch level 3 CB Squelch - 4 CB Push to If Equipped: Press and hold Talk to transmit over CB. 5 Cursor Up Moves the highlighting up through the selections. 6 Cursor Right Moves the highlighting right through the selections. 7 Cursor Down Moves the highlighting down through the selections. 8 Cursor Left Moves the highlighting left through the selections. 9 Select /Enter Table 6. Rear Controls Menu Detail 28 Controls If Equipped: Decreases CB squelch level Selects the highlighted item or used to indicate data entry is complete. HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION Rear Controls (enabled) • Rear controls (disabled) om01740 Figure 13. Rear (Passenger) Controls See Figure 13, Figure 14 and Table 6. Check or uncheck the Rear Controls checkbox to enable or disable the Rear (Passenger) Controls.
  34. 34. om01687 Table 7. Rear (Passenger) Control Audio Functions ITEM 1 2 1 ICON NAME FUNCTION Mode Cycles to next available audio source. Next/Seek Tuner: Seek up. Media: Next file. Up Previous /Seek Down 2 Tuner: Seek down. Media: Previous file. CB Pushto-Talk If Equipped: Press and hold to transmit over CB channel. Volume Up Increases volume. Volume Down 1. MODE/UP/DOWN Switch 2. Push-To-Talk (PTT)/Volume (VOL+/-) Switch Figure 14. Passenger Controls Decreases volume. STATUS BAR ICONS: 6.5 MODELS ONLY See Figure 15 and Table 8. The status bar is located at the bottom of most screens. The icons are informational and are not selectable. Controls 29
  35. 35. om01726 Figure 15. Status Bar (Typical) 30 Controls
  36. 36. Table 8. Status Bar Icons ICON NAME FUNCTION Table 8. Status Bar Icons ICON NAME FUNCTION Speakers not muted Icon is displayed when music/media audio is being routed to the speakers and speakers are not muted. Intercom microphone active If Equipped: Icon (black letters on a white background) is displayed during an active microphone transmission. Speakers muted Icon is displayed when music/media audio is being routed to the speakers and speakers are muted. Harley-Davidson Bar & Shield The Bar & Shield is always displayed in the center of the status bar. Headsets not muted Icon is displayed when music/media audio is being routed to the headsets and headsets are not muted. Citizen Band (CB) idle If Equipped: Icon (white letters on a black background) is displayed if there is not an active CB transmission. Headsets muted Icon is displayed when music/media audio is being routed to the headsets and headsets are muted. CB active If Equipped: Icon (black letters on a white background) is displayed during an active CB transmission. Traffic Announcement Select Markets Only: The tuned RDS station is actively broadcasting an audio traffic announcement. Bluetooth® Traffic Program Select Markets Only: The tuner is set to an RDS station that regularly broadcasts traffic bulletins. Icon is displayed when a Bluetooth device is connected and only when the system is not presenting one of these statuses: Roaming, New Messages, Low Battery or Phonebook icons. Roaming Icon is displayed when a Bluetooth-connected phone is in a roaming area. SiriusXM Signal Strength If Equipped: Number of filled bars indicates XM signal strength. New Messages Intercom microphone idle If Equipped: Icon (white letters on a black background) is displayed if there is not an active microphone transmission. Indicates an SMS text message (if supported) has been received through a Bluetooth-connected phone. Low Battery Icon is displayed when a Bluetooth-connected phone has a low battery. Controls 31
  37. 37. Table 8. Status Bar Icons ICON NAME FUNCTION Phonebook Icon is displayed when a Bluetooth-connected hands-free device is downloading phonebook data. When download is complete, icon will disappear. Voice Recognition (VR) active If Equipped: The icon will be displayed until the voice command has been executed or cancelled by pressing the Voice Command button. Voice Recognition (VR) not ready If Equipped: The VR systems requires several minutes after powering up to activate. This icon is displayed during the inactive period. Media paused Icon is displayed when media audio is paused. Pressing Power/Mute will pause or un-pause the audio. Other events, such as receiving a phone call will pause media playback. Scan up Icon is displayed during scan up operation of tuner or media. Scan down Seek up Icon is displayed during seek up operation of tuner or media. Seek down SEEK Icon is displayed during scan down operation of tuner or media. Icon is displayed during seek down operation of tuner or media. 32 Controls Table 8. Status Bar Icons ICON NAME FUNCTION Phone Signal Strength Number of filled bars indicates phone signal strength. North (direction) If Equipped: Icon is displayed when the Navigation system has determined the vehicle is traveling north. South (direction) If Equipped: Icon is displayed when the Navigation system has determined the vehicle is traveling south. East (direction) If Equipped: Icon is displayed when the Navigation system has determined the vehicle is traveling east. West (direction) If Equipped: Icon is displayed when the Navigation system has determined the vehicle is traveling west. Northeast (direction) If Equipped: Icon is displayed when the Navigation system has determined the vehicle is traveling northeast. Northwest (direction) If Equipped: Icon is displayed when the Navigation system has determined the vehicle is traveling northwest.
  38. 38. Table 8. Status Bar Icons ICON NAME Southeast (direction) FUNCTION If Equipped: Icon is displayed when the Navigation system has determined the vehicle is traveling southeast. Table 8. Status Bar Icons ICON NAME Southwest (direction) FUNCTION If Equipped: Icon is displayed when the Navigation system has determined the vehicle is traveling southwest. Controls 33
  39. 39. NOTES 34 Controls
  40. 40. SETUP MENU OVERVIEW Table 9. Setup Menu Overview OPTION OPTION Speaker/Headset • • • Music/Media Communication Prompts -- Audio Setup • • • • Bass Treble Fade Speed Volume (AVC) -- Display • • • Screen Brightness Button Brightness Colors* -- Global Presets Off • • Global Presets On Number of Pages -- Full Keyboard* • Large Keyboard* -- Feedback Settings • • Prompt Volume Beep volume -- • Nav Prompts (On) • Bluetooth Setup -- USER SETTINGS HOME --> SETUP --> Nav Prompts (Off) -- 35
  41. 41. Table 9. Setup Menu Overview HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION OPTION English • Metric -- Clock • User Time • GPS Time • 12 Hour • 24 Hour • DST (On) • DST (Off) • Zone (Auto) • Selections vary by region XM Setup* Subscription • • Radio Specialty Services Traffic* -- • • • Traffic On/Off Re-route (Off/Auto/Manual) Notification Navigation Setup* Route Calculation -- Rear Controls On* Rear Controls Off* -- 36 User Settings
  42. 42. Table 9. Setup Menu Overview HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION OPTION System Information • • • • Software Hardware EQ Navigation -- Language • • • • • • • • • English (US) English (UK) French (CA) French (FR) German (DE) Italian (IT) Spanish (ES) Spanish (MX) Portuguese (PT) -- Classic Mode On Classic Mode Off -- *If equipped. User Settings 37
  43. 43. SETUP MENU om01710 See Figure 16 and Figure 17. To customize the Boom!™ Box settings: 1. Access the Home screen. NOTE On some models, the Setup menu is located in the Menu bar. 2. Select Setup. 3. Select the desired feature. Figure 17. Setup Menu Location: 6.5 Models om01709 Figure 16. Setup Menu Feature: 4.3 Models 38 User Settings
  44. 44. AUDIO SETTINGS om01674 Table 10. Audio Routing Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION Speaker/Headset • • • Music/Media Communication Prompts Audio Setup • • Bass Treble • • Fade Speed Volume Selecting Audio Output See Figure 18. The Speaker/Headset option allows selection of audio output through the speakers or headset. Select the speaker or headset to change the audio output routing for music/media, communication and prompts. Figure 18. Speaker/Headset Selection Adjusting Audio Settings Audio Setup See Figure 19. The Audio Setup option allows adjustment of audio settings such as bass, treble, fader (if equipped) and speed-dependent automatic volume control. Adjusting Bass and Treble • Adjust bass and treble levels by pressing the + or - buttons. User Settings 39
  45. 45. NOTE om01675 Equal volume to front and rear speakers is indicated by the center circle segment. Enabling Speed Volume or Automatic Volume Control (AVC) The Speed Volume control allows the volume level to compensate for the ambient noise associated with motorcycle speed. The compensation can be adjusted to four different compensation levels. Figure 19. Audio Setup Screen Adjusting Fade (if equipped) Fade adjusts the volume balance between the rider (front) and passenger (rear) speakers. • Press the Fade/Speed Volume button to access the Fade adjustment screen. • See Figure 20. Press F to move the balance to the front speakers. • Press R to move the balance to the rear speakers. 40 User Settings • See Figure 20. Press the Fade/Speed Volume button to access the Speed Volume adjustment screen. • Press the + or - buttons to adjust the compensation level. • Pressing the - button until no segments are highlighted will turn the AVC off.
  46. 46. om01676 ADJUSTING DISPLAY SETTINGS Table 11. Display Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION OPTION Display Screen Brightness Automatic (enabled) Automatic (disabled) Button Brightness Figure 20. Fade/Speed Volume Adjustment Screen OPTION Automatic (enabled) Automatic (disabled) Colors Automatic Colors • • Backgrounds • • • • • • • Day Colors Night Colors Default Blue Brown Green Gray Purple Red See Figure 21. The Display menu enables changes to the level of screen backlight and the faceplate button control illumination on the faceplate. User Settings 41
  47. 47. NOTE These adjustments are user selectable only if they are configured as manual mode. In automatic mode, these settings change according to the ambient light. To toggle to manual mode: • Select Automatic button to remove check mark. • Press + or - to adjust the display backlight in manual mode. Adjusting Button Brightness om01683 See Figure 23. Press the - or + to adjust the faceplate button brightness. Changing Colors See Figure 24. The Color mode can be set to Night, Day or Automatic modes. In Automatic mode, Day or Night will be set automatically, depending on ambient light. Changing Background Colors Figure 21. Display Menu Adjusting Screen Brightness See Figure 21 and Figure 22. Set screen brightness to Automatic or manual mode. When Automatic mode is checked, the display brightness will be adjusted according to the ambient light. 42 User Settings See Figure 25. There are several color schemes available: Default, blue, brown, green, gray, purple and red. Push the up or down arrows (on right side of screen) to scroll through the list of colors and select desired color choice.
  48. 48. om01705 om01697 Figure 22. Display Feature Figure 24. Colors om01706 om01704 Figure 23. Button Brightness Figure 25. Backgrounds User Settings 43
  49. 49. ENABLING GLOBAL PRESETS om01698 Table 12. Global Presets and Keyboard Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP OPTION --> OPTION Global Presets • • Enable Pages • Full Keyboard • Large board Disable Key- -Figure 26. Global Presets See Figure 26 and Figure 27. Global Presets allow the selection of presets from different audio sources to be viewed on the same screen. When Global Presets are disabled, only Presets for a single audio source are viewable. See OPERATION, Setting and Using Presets. om01711 Figure 27. Global Preset Example (FM Menu Shown) 44 User Settings
  50. 50. SELECTING KEYBOARD STYLE: 6.5 MODELS ONLY om01732 See Table 12 and Figure 28. The keyboard style can be changed between full and large keyboards. Full Keyboard See Figure 29. The default keyboard shows all letters on the screen. Large Keyboard Figure 28. Keyboard Style See Figure 30. The large keyboard allows for input while wearing gloves. The letters are grouped A through I, J through R, and S through Z. om01733 Figure 29. Full Keyboard User Settings 45
  51. 51. FEEDBACK SETTINGS om01734 Table 13. Feedback Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION Feedback • Prompt Volume -- • Enable Nav Prompts • • Figure 30. Large Keyboard OPTION Beep Volume Disable -- Refer to Table 13. Some features provide audible feedback, such as a beep, for prompts or notifications. This feature allows the adjustment of the volume of this feedback. Adjusting Prompt Volume See Figure 31. To adjust the volume of audible prompts: • Navigation (if equipped) • Phone ring tones • Weather alerts (if equipped) • Traffic announcements (if equipped) Enabling Nav Prompts See Figure 31. Select checkbox to enable navigation prompts. 46 User Settings
  52. 52. Adjusting Beep Volume om01715 See Figure 31. Press + or - to increase or decrease the beep volume. Figure 31. Feedback Settings User Settings 47
  53. 53. BLUETOOTH SETUP Table 14. Bluetooth Setup Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP --> Bluetooth Setup OPTION OPTION • Bluetooth (enabled) • • List Paired Devices Paired Devices Bluetooth (disabled) OPTION -- OPTION -- • • • Delete Pairing Disconnect Phone Connect Music -- • Select Ring Tone • • • • Rain Suspense Rave Xylo -- Load Ring Tone • My Device -- • 48 User Settings • • • Ring Tones Add New Device (User's Devices) (User's Devices) • • • Find • • • • PIN Emergency N u m b e r setup Artist Album Song Genre
  54. 54. Bluetooth setup controls are used connect Bluetooth devices for phone (HFP) or music (A2DP) usage or delete pairing of Bluetooth devices that were previously paired. Through the Bluetooth setup menu, the user can also load custom ring tones from a USB flash drive. Pairing a Bluetooth Device 1. Verify that your Bluetooth-compatible device is ON and set to discoverable. See the owner's manual for your specific device. Enabling and Disabling Bluetooth 2. See Figure 32. Check or uncheck the checkbox to enable or disable the Bluetooth system. Select List Paired Devices from the Bluetooth setup screen. 3. See Figure 33. Select Add a New Device. 4. All discoverable devices within range will appear in the list of found devices. Select the device to be paired from that list. 5. Follow the prompts on the Boom! Box and your device regarding Personal Identification Numbers (PINs). 6. See Figure 34. Press OK to complete pairing of device. 7. After a device has been paired, the system will prompt for an emergency number, such as 9-1-1, if one has not been previously provided. 8. After inputting an emergency number, save the number by pressing SAVE, located in lower right corner of the screen. om01716 Figure 32. Bluetooth Setup Menu User Settings 49
  55. 55. Listing Paired Devices om01718 See Figure 32. 1. Select List Paired Devices. 2. Use up or down arrows (on right side of screen) to scroll through the list of up to six paired devices. NOTE Figure 33. Adding a New Device When a device is paired, the default setting is for phone usage, not music. Depending on your device, not all function buttons will appear. If music is supported by the paired device: 1. om01719 Figure 34. Pairing a Device: iPhone Example Shown 50 User Settings See Figure 35. Select Connect Music. 2. Select the Phone, Music or Both option from the list.
  56. 56. om01720 om01721 Figure 36. Deleting a Paired Device Figure 35. Connecting or Disconnecting Phone or Music Deleting a Paired Device Adding a Ring Tone 1. See Figure 36. Select device from list of paired devices. 2. Select Delete Pairing. The Boom! Box has four built-in ring tones: Rain, Suspense, Rave and Xylo. Additional ring tones can be loaded as audio files from a USB flash drive. 3. Confirm selection by following the screen prompts. NOTE When device has been unpaired a message will appear on the screen. 1. See Figure 32. Select Ring Tones on Bluetooth setup menu. 2. See Figure 37. Select Load Ring Tone. 3. Select your device. 4. Select Song on Find screen. User Settings 51
  57. 57. 5. Select desired song. 6. A confirmation screen will appear with the message, "New ring tone loaded and set." when ring tone has loaded. Press OK. CHANGING UNITS OF MEASURE Table 15. Unit of Measure and Clock Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP OPTION --> OPTION See Bluetooth -Section for details. Metric -- Clock • User Time • GPS Time • 12 Hour • 24 Hour • DST (ON) • DST (OFF) • Figure 37. Selecting or Loading Ring Tones Bluetooth Setup English om01735 Zone (AUTO) • Region-specific See Figure 38. Press the + to toggle between English and Metric measurement units. English measurements include miles, yards, feet, miles per hour (MPH), degrees F and PSI. Metric measurements include kilometers, meters, kilometers per hour (KPH), degrees C and bar. 52 User Settings
  58. 58. om01728 om01727 Figure 38. Units of Measurement Figure 39. Clock Settings (Typical) SETTING THE CLOCK Changing Time Zones See Table 15 and Figure 38. Select the Clock button. See Figure 39. The time zones available in User Time screen vary by region. See Figure 39. The time can be adjusted by using the - and + keys. The clock can also be adjusted for 12 or 24 hour format by toggling between the 12 Hour and 24 Hour button. Press the DST button to toggle between Daylight Savings Time (DST) ON or OFF. Selecting GPS or User Time NOTE GPS Time is only available on models equipped with Navigation. See Figure 40. Toggle between GPS and user time by pressing the User Time or GPS Time button. User Settings 53
  59. 59. User Time is set manually by the user, including setting the time zone. In GPS Time, the time zone and the clock will be automatically adjusted according to the vehicle's current geographical location. SIRIUSXM SETUP (IF EQUIPPED) In GPS Time mode, the time displayed can be adjusted to be either behind (negative offset) or ahead (positive offset) of the GPS reference time. When the time displayed has offset, the offset will be displayed next to the - or + buttons. HOME --> OPTION SETUP --> Table 16. SiriusXM Setup Menu Detail SiriusXM OPTION SXM Setup Subscription OPTION • • Radio Specialty Services om01729 NOTE A SiriusXM subscription is required before the SiriusXM module can be used. Radio Service Check if your unit has a radio subscription: 1. 2. 3. Select SiriusXM Setup. Select Subscription. 5. 54 User Settings Select Setup. 4. Figure 40. GPS Clock Go to Home screen. Select Radio.
  60. 60. See Figure 41. The status of the Radio Services subscription will be displayed with the ESN number and a phone number to contact SiriusXM for assistance (if necessary). 5. Select Specialty Services. See Figure 42.The status of the Specialty Services subscription will be displayed with the ESN number and a phone number to contact SiriusXM for assistance (if necessary). om01730 om01731 Figure 41. Radio Service Subscription Screen Figure 42. Specialty Services Subscription Information Specialty Services Check if your unit has a specialty services subscription: Subscribing to SiriusXM 1. Go to Home screen. 2. Select Setup. If SiriusXM is available in your region, you can subscribe at any time. 3. Select SiriusXM Setup. 4. Select Subscription. 1. Turn the Boom! Box system ON. 2. Verify that the SiriusXM signal is being received. Channel 1 may be useful for this. User Settings 55
  61. 61. 3. Make note of your SiriusXM module ESN number. NOTE Activation may take up to an hour. It is recommended that the system remain on until the subscription process is completed. NOTE Subscriptions can also be obtained by calling the phone number on the ESN screen. 4. TRAFFIC SETUP (IF EQUIPPED) Go to www.siriusxm.com. Click on "I Want to Subscribe." Table 17 shows the options and selections available in the Traffic Setup menu. Table 17. Traffic Setup Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION OPTION OPTION Traffic Setup • Traffic (enabled) • Traffic (disabled) -- • Re-route (OFF) • Re-route (AUTO) • Re-route (MANUAL) • Notification • Popup Beep (enabled) • Popup Beep (disabled) • Message Filter (enabled) • Select Markets: See Figure 43. Enable or disable traffic information by checking or unchecking the Traffic checkbox. Once enabled, the Re-route function can be used to avoid congested areas. Select Re-route and select OFF, AUTO or MANUAL. 56 User Settings Message Filter (disabled)
  62. 62. om01737 om01736 Figure 43. Traffic Setup Menu Figure 44. Traffic Notification Setup Menu See Figure 44. Traffic notifications and the popup beep can be enabled or disabled by checking or unchecking the checkbox. Message filter sets the distance for the notification. The distance options are: Default (Maximum), 6 miles, 30 miles and 60 miles. User Settings 57
  63. 63. Export for Update SYSTEM INFORMATION Table 18. System Information Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION OPTION System Information • • • Software Hardware EQ -- • Navigation • • • This option will export important information regarding the Navigational Database. This information is necessary for database updates and buying maps to match your license. Refer to www.naviextras.com for additional information. NOTE NaviExtras does not support Apple computers for map updates at this time. Software Hardware Export for Update om01740 See Figure 45. Version information is available for the Boom! Box Infotainment head unit, including software, hardware, serial number and EQ (equalization). Software The Software button will list software version information. Database If your unit is equipped with Navigation System, there will be a Database button which will list the Navigation Database version information. 58 User Settings Figure 45. System Information
  64. 64. NAVIGATION SETUP (IF EQUIPPED) om01738 Figure 46 and Table 19 show the options and selections available for Navigation Setup. Figure 46. Navigation Setup User Settings 59
  65. 65. Table 19. Navigation Setup Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION Navigation Setup • OPTION • Twisty (enabled) • Twisty (disabled) • Preferences OPTION Round Trip (enabled) • Round Trip (disabled) • Route Calcu- • lation OPTION Avoidances (enabled) • • • • Avoidances (disabled) Highways Toll Roads Ferries Vary by Region -- 2D Map • 3D Map -- North Up • Heading Up -- • Motorcycle Icons • • • Blue Arrow Electra Glide Street Glide -- • Lane Guidance -- -- • Signposts -- -- • 60 User Settings Po i n t - o f - I n t e r e s t • (POI) Icons • Appearance • • • Speed and Flow -- --
  66. 66. Route Calculation The default route calculation selects the fastest route (time) to reach the destination. Other preferences can be selected: Twisty, Scenic and Shortest (distance). Point-of-Interest Icons - The POI icons are enabled or disabled by checking or unchecking the checkbox for each icon. Some icons that may be available in your region include: • ATM/Banking Route calculations can be set for one-way or round trip. • Automotive Avoidance preferences can be selected. Options include: Highways, Toll Roads, Ferries, Tunnels, Car/Train, Unpaved Roads, Seasonal Restrictions and Borders. • Coffee Shops • Community • Entertainment • Gas Stations • Hospital • Hotels/Motels • Parking • Recreation • Restaurants • Shopping • Travel Appearance The appearance of the navigation maps include: Point-ofInterest (POI) icons enabled or disabled, 2D or 3D map styles, map orientation with North Up or Heading Up, Motorcycle Icon and other graphical map items. Refer to Table 19 for the appearance options. User Settings 61
  67. 67. SETTING INTERFACE LANGUAGE Table 20. Interface Lanugage Menu Detail HOME --> SETUP --> OPTION Set Language • • • • • • • • • English (US) English (UK) French (CA) French (FR) German (DE) Italian (IT) Spanish (ES) Spanish (MX) Portuguese (PT) The language of the Boom! Box interface can be changed from the default language to any of the languages shown in Table 20. SETTING CLASSIC MODE When Classic Mode is enabled, press the Home screen button on the left hand control to cycle through all the available audio sources bypassing the Home screen. To access the Home screen while in Classic Mode, press and hold the Home screen button in the left hand control. 62 User Settings SOFTWARE UPDATES Software updates for the system can be downloaded from www.harley-davidson.com/touring. See USER SETTINGS, System Information to check the current version of software installed on the system. 1. Download the appropriate file for the system from www.harley-davidson.com/touring. 2. Copy the file to a USB flash drive that is 8 GB or larger. The file must be placed at the root level of the USB drive. Do not put the file in a folder. 3. Turn the ignition switch to ACCESSORY. Turn on the radio. 4. Connect the USB drive to the USB port. 5. Follow the radio display to update the radio software. NOTE Do not interrupt the installation process. Leave the vehicle and radio turned on, and keep the USB flash drive installed until the installation process is complete.
  68. 68. om01817 Figure 47. Software Update User Settings 63
  69. 69. NOTES 64 User Settings
  70. 70. AUDIO SOURCES om01752 NOTE To prevent the vehicle battery from discharging, avoid operating the audio system for prolonged periods when the vehicle engine is OFF. The Boom! Box 4.3 and 6.5 models have the capability of playing audio from different sources such as: Tuner (AM, FM, WB, etc.) • Media (audio played through devices connected through USB or Bluetooth) • SiriusXM (if available) Each audio source has its own screen layout. See Figure 48 and Figure 49 for two examples. Figure 48. Tuner Mode (FM Shown) OPERATION • om01753 NOTE 6.5 Models: Album art graphics will be displayed if available. Each source has context menus on the top left or top right of the title bar. Additional functions are available in the context menus. Figure 49. Connected Device Mode (USB-Connected Device Shown) 65
  71. 71. Switching Audio Source om01754 NOTE The examples shown are in the default state of Classic Mode OFF. See USER SETTINGS, Setting Classic Mode for additional information. 1. See Figure 50. Select the audio source in the Home screen. NOTE Access Home screen by pressing the Home screen key on the handlebar controls or faceplate button controls. 2. Figure 50. Home Screen Select Favorites, Media or Tuner. NOTE The Media selection will list USB- or Bluetooth-connected devices and Tuner will list the tuner options such as AM, FM, WB, etc. SETTING AND USING PRESETS NOTE This topic is for setting and using Presets within a single audio source. For Global Presets, see USER SETTINGS, Audio Settings. See Figure 48. The preset numbers appear on both sides of the screen. Presets allow the user to store preferred radio stations or audio media for easy access. All audio sources, except Bluetooth audio streaming devices, can have user-set presets. To store a preset: 66 Operation
  72. 72. 1. Switch to the desired audio source or radio station. NOTE 4.3 Models: Use the faceplate soft button that aligns with the desired Preset number to save and recall the corresponding Preset. 2. Press and hold one of the Preset selectors (1-15) until a beep sounds. See Figure 51. The preset information will display on the source screen. 3. The audio system has a total of 15 Preset options. Use the More button (shown under preset 5 in Figure 51) to access the additional preset screens. om01755 To recall the preset, press the desired Preset number. SETTING AND USING FAVORITES Favorites Favorites are similar to Presets. Favorites are user-set shortcuts to radio stations (Tuner), connected devices (Media), artists or songs that are listened to frequently. In select markets, an audio channel from SiriusXM can be programmed as a favorite. Storing items from a removable device as a Favorite is possible. These items can be recalled only if the source device is connected to the system. There are two locations of Favorites, the Fav faceplate button control and the list of Favorites under the Fav button in the Home screen. The Fav faceplate button control can only store one favorite selection. See Figure 52. To store multiple favorites, use the Fav button in the Home screen. Figure 51. Expanded Presets (FM Screen Shown) Operation 67
  73. 73. om01756 Press the Cat button to view the current selection. If none of the categories are selected, the tuner will stop on every station available. Set All will stop at all stations that broadcast those PTY categories. NOTE If unable to find stations during a seek, tune or scan, check the PTY categories that are selected. A filter symbol is displayed when PTY categories are set. Seek, Tune, Presets and RBDS/RDS Figure 52. Fav Button on the Home Screen OPERATING THE RADIO Selecting Radio Band See Switching Audio Source in OPERATION, Audio Sources. Category (Cat) In FM mode there may be various program types (PTY) available. Refer to Table 22 (North America) and Table 23 (other regions). Selecting one of the PTY categories will make the tuner stop when seeking or scanning, but only on the radio stations that broadcast PTY categories. 68 Operation Seek: Refer to Table 22. This button changes the functionality of the Seek Up and Seek Down buttons on the left handlebar controls or passenger controls (if equipped). The default operation of Seek Up and Seek Down buttons is that a short press will automatically go up or down several frequencies until it finds the next strong signal. A long press will do a Tune operation (you will hear the static of the frequencies that do not have a station). When you release the seek button it ends with a seek function. When set to Tune, a short press of the Seek Up or Seek Down button will do a tune operation - the radio will stop on every frequency. A long press will do a seek operation, finding to the next strong frequency.
  74. 74. If the value is set to Presets, the seek buttons will change the audio source or station by increasing or decreasing the currently selected Preset. Scan: This button starts a Scan operation. The radio continuously tunes from one strong station to the next one until a station is selected. Each strong station remains tuned in for 5 seconds before the radio scans to the next station. To select a station, press the Enter/Select key on the right handlebar controls to select the station. RDS/RBDS: See Figure 48. Radio Data System (RDS) and Radio Broadcast Data System (RDBS) are both data channels that the FM radio receiver uses for displaying data. RDS is used primarily in Europe and can display Weather, Traffic and other text on the radios that support this. RBDS is the used in North America and is used to display the radio station name and/or Artist/Song name on the radios that support this. Not all radio stations transmit RBDS or RDS text data. When RBDS or RDS is unchecked, only the radio frequency will be displayed. Operation 69
  75. 75. Table 21. Tuner Menu Detail HOME --> TUNER OPTION --> OPTION OPTION OPTION FM • Seek • Tune • Presets • Scan • -- • -- • RBDS Enabled • (North America) • RDS Enabled (Europe) RBDS Disabled • RDS Disabled (Europe) -- Seek Tune Presets • Menu • AM WB MW LW 70 Operation • Menu • • •
  76. 76. Table 22. FM Categories (RDFS, North America) OPTION OPTION • • • • • Set All News Information Sports Talk • • • • • • Jazz Classical Rhythm & Blues Soft Rhythm & Blues Foreign Language Religious Music • • • • • Rock Classic Rock Adult Hits Soft Rock Top 40 • • • • • • • Religious Talk Personality Public College Weather Emergency Test Emergency • • • • Country Oldies Soft Nostalgia Operation 71
  77. 77. Table 23. FM Categories (RDS, Other Regions) OPTION OPTION • • • • • • Set All News Current Affairs Information Sport Education • • • • • • • • Drama Culture Science Varied • • • • • • Religion Phone-in Travel Leisure Jazz Music Country Music • • • • • • Pop Music Rock Music Easy Listening Light Classical Serious Classical Other Music • • • • • • National Music Oldies Music Folk Music Documentary Alarm Test Alarm Weather Finance Children's Programmes Social Affairs Control of the media device is through the handlebar controls, touch screen (6.5 models only), soft keys (4.3 models only) and passenger controls (if equipped). NOTE • OPERATING A MEDIA DEVICE Many USB and Bluetooth compatible devices allow playback 72 Operation through the audio system speakers or headsets. Refer to Table 24 (USB device) and Table 25 (Bluetooth device) for a list of selections to operate these devices. Media playback over USB takes precedence over Bluetooth. On some devices, Bluetooth audio streaming is not accessible while the device is connected and playing through the USB port. • Some of the functions described are not available for Bluetooth connected devices. USB Media Menu The Boom! Box has a USB port that allows connection of a compatible phone, media player or USB flash drive. See Figure 5. The USB port is located inside the Jukebox media compartment. NOTE The letter jump option may not be available in some of the sorts listed below.
  78. 78. Find: Enables browsing through media files by playlist, artist, album, song or genre. Playlist: If the device contains playlists, available playlists will be displayed. Artist: Enables browsing through media files by artist. In addition to scrolling with the up or down arrows (on right side of screen), letter jump option is available by pressing the letter located between the arrows. This option will display full keyboard screen. Select a letter for the artist sort and the list will jump to that letter in the artist list. Album: Enables browsing through media files by album name. In addition to scrolling with the arrows, letter jump option is also available. Song: Enables browsing through media files by song name. In addition to scrolling with the arrows, letter jump option is also available. Genre: Enables browsing through media files by music genre. In addition to scrolling with the arrows, letter jump option is also available. Seek: Begins playback of previous, current or next song. Presets: Scrolls through Presets. See OPERATION, Setting and Using Presets. Track List: Presents lists of songs. Pressing the "i" located between the arrows will display song information. Media Menu (USB and Bluetooth) Scan: The scan operation will continuously change songs every 5 seconds until scan is cancelled. To cancel scan (select the song), press the Enter/Select key on the right handlebar. Repeat: Pressing the Repeat button will enable or disable the repeat of the playing song. Shuffle: Pressing the Shuffle button will enable or disable the shuffle option. When checked, the sequence of the song will change. Bluetooth: See USER SETTINGS, Bluetooth Setup. Operation 73
  79. 79. Table 24. Media Menu Detail: USB Device HOME --> MEDIA --> OPTION OPTION OPTION (USB device) Find • Playlist • • • Classical Music My Top Rated Purchased • Artist • • All (User List - Alphabetical) • Album • • All (User List - Alphabetical) • Song • • All (User List - Alphabetical) • Genre • • All (List - Alphabetical) Seek • Presets -- Scan -- -- Track List -- -- Repeat • Enable • Disable Shuffle • Enable • Disable 74 Operation
  80. 80. Table 25. Media Menu Detail: Bluetooth Device HOME --> MEDIA --> OPTION OPTION OPTION (Bluetooth device) Bluetooth • • • -- Scan Repeat Shuffle USING COMMUNICATION DEVICES See Table 26 and Figure 53. There are three possible communication devices: CB (if equipped), Intercom (if equipped) and Phone connected through Bluetooth. om01765 NOTE The intercom and CB can be active at the same time. If the signal strength exceeds the threshold established by the CB squelch or VOX microphone sensitivity, that module will be activated. Figure 53. Communication Menu Screen Operation 75
  81. 81. Table 26. Com Menu Detail HOME --> Com --> OPTION OPTION OPTION OPTION CB • On • Off -- -- Intercom • On • Off -- -- • VOX • • Intercom F (Front) Intercom R (Rear) • Contacts • • • -Phone Book Saved Refresh Phone Book • Keypad -- • Calls • • • • All Calls Missed Recv. Dialed -- • Message • Text Messaging • • • • • • Enable SMS Inbox SMS Setup -- Phone • My Phone • 76 Operation SOS -- -- Emergency -- Enable Auto-Reply Edit Reply Message View Reply Message
  82. 82. Table 26. Com Menu Detail HOME --> Com --> OPTION OPTION OPTION OPTION • -- -- Bluetooth USING CITIZEN BAND (IF EQUIPPED) See Table 26 and Figure 54. The CB radio is turned off and on by pressing the button is the upper left corner of the title bar. om01766 Once activated, the CB will retain the squelch threshold and channel settings from previous use. Channels are selected by use of the Seek Down and Seek Up buttons on the left hand control (refer to OPERATION, Setting and Using Presets). Favorite CB channels can be saved as Presets (see OPERATION, Setting and Using Presets). The CB can remain active after changing the mode to other audio sources (AM, FM, media, etc.). CB audio can be routed to either speaker or headset. See USER SETTINGS, Audio Settings. Figure 54. Turning CB On or Off Adjusting Squelch and Volume Adjust squelch using the SQ+ and SQ- buttons on the right hand control (refer to USER SETTINGS, Audio Settings). Operation 77
  83. 83. Squelch threshold level will be shown on the display. The CB signal will be sent to the speakers or headset when the CB signal strength exceeds the set threshold level. Adjust volume through the CB screen (see Figure 55). Use left hand controls to adjust the volume. A volume scale will be displayed while adjusting the volume. Transmitting over CB See CONTROLS, Boom! Box Hand Controls and Table 5. To transmit, press and hold the PTT button in the right hand control or in the Passenger controls (if equipped). To end transmission, release the PTT button. Refer to Table 27 for PTT switch functionality for CB and intercom. Functionality covers front, rear or both PTT switches. Table 27. Using PTT Switch with CB and Intercom CB On/Intercom Off CB Off/Intercom On CB On/Intercom On Rider and passenger can transmit over Rider and passenger can hear each other. Functions the same as CB On/Intercom CB. Rider and passenger can hear each Functions the same as VOX active. Off. other. USING INTERCOM/HEADSETS (IF EQUIPPED) Refer to Table 26 and Table 27. NOTE Some local governments prohibit or restrict the use of headset (helmet-mounted) speakers. Check with local authorities and obey all applicable laws and regulations. The Intercom is voice activated (VOX) when the headsets/microphones are plugged into the rider and/or passenger intercom sockets. 78 Operation
  84. 84. Pressing the upper-left corner button (ON/OFF) toggles the Intercom between the ON and OFF states. Adjusting Rider Headset Volume 1. Access the Intercom screen and speak into the passenger microphone. See Figure 55. VOX sensitivity should be adjusted so that the microphones break VOX at a normal voice volume. The Intercom icon in the status bar may be helpful for performing the adjustment. In the Intercom screen, press on the - or + buttons to adjust the VOX sensitivity level. VOX sensitivity settings are retained between regular vehicle ignition cycles. 2. See Figure 56. Adjust the Intercom volume with the Volume Up/Volume Down buttons in the left hand controls. The bar graph labeled F (Front) will increase or decrease. VOX sensitivity may need adjusting if either microphone is unintentionally activated because the microphone misinterprets radio, road or background sound as conversation. Adjusting Passenger Headset Volume Adjusting VOX Sensitivity The Rider Intercom volume is adjustable from the Intercom Screen, or when Intercom audio is being received. Access the Intercom screen and speak into the rider microphone. 2. om01726 1. See Figure 56. Adjust the Intercom volume with the Volume Up/Volume Down buttons in the left hand controls. The bar graph labeled R (Rear) will increase or decrease accordingly. The Passenger Intercom volume is adjustable from the Intercom Screen, or when Intercom audio is being received. Figure 55. Adjusting VOX Sensitivity Operation 79
  85. 85. Making a Phone Call from the Phone Book om01770 Phone calls can be made using the phone book data of the connected phone. 1. 2. Select Phone Book. 3. Scroll or use the letter jump to find a stored contact name. 4. Figure 56. Adjusting Headset Volume Select Contacts from the Phone menu. Select the name and press the number. The phone book changes depending on the phone connected. If a contact entry in the phone book does not have a phone number stored, the contact will not be displayed. USING PHONE VIA BLUETOOTH Refer to Table 26. The Phone Book can display icons for home, cellular, work or other phone numbers. These icons depend on the entries in the connected phone. 1. Verify that the phone has been paired and connected. See USER SETTINGS, Bluetooth Setup. 2. Go to Home screen. 3. Select Com. The selected contact can also be saved to a local list in the Boom! Box system, by selecting Add to Saved Contacts. 4. Select Phone. Dialing a Number Show Details displays other information that belongs to the selected contact, such as other phone numbers or an address. 1. 80 Operation Go to Home screen.
  86. 86. 2. Select Com. Receiving or Ending a Call 3. Select Phone. • 4. Select Keypad. When a call is received a ring tone is heard. The rider can choose to Accept or Ignore the incoming phone call. 5. See Figure 57. Type the number on the keypad. • See Figure 58. End a call by pressing the End button (located on the left side of the Menu bar during a call). NOTE If an incorrect number is input, press the backspace key (located on the left side of keypad screen). 6. om01788 Press Dial (located on left side of title bar). Once the number is input use the save button (located in lower right corner) to save as a contact. om01772 Figure 58. Ending a Phone Call Viewing Call History 1. Figure 57. Using Keypad to Dial Phone Number Go to Home screen. 2. Select Com. Operation 81
  87. 87. 3. Select Phone. 4. models). The Inbox will display the number of unread messages. Select Calls. Additional filters are available: Missed calls, Recv. (Received) calls and Dialed calls. Use the arrows to scroll through the lists. View the contact information for the caller by pressing that contact button. 7. Press the Inbox button to see the list of received messages. 8. Press the button for the incoming message to open the message. A Text-To-Speech (TTS) feature on the system will read the message. The message will be heard through the speakers or headsets. Text Messages Repeat the message by pressing Repeat in the upper right corner of the title bar. NOTE Not all phones are compatible with this feature. Read the owner's manual for your device. If your Bluetooth connected phone is compatible, receiving and replying to short messages can be done through the Boom! Box system. To enable and read text messages: 1. Go to Home screen. 2. Select Com. 3. Select Phone. 4. Select Message. 5. Check the Enable SMS checkbox. 6. See Figure 59. When a message is received, the New Messages icon will be displayed in the status bar (6.5 82 Operation 9. Press the "i" button in between the up/down arrows to see information from a selected message. The information will include the contact name (if known), date and time the message was received.
  88. 88. 6. Select View Reply Message to display the text that will automatically sent when text message is received and Enable Auto-Reply is activated. 7. om01774 See Figure 60. Select Edit Reply Message to edit the message. The current message will appear in the title bar of the screen and the keyboard will be displayed. Edit message and select OK to save it. om01778 Figure 59. Text Messaging Inbox SMS Setup: Auto-Reply Message NOTE Not all phones are compatible with this feature. Read the owner's manual for your device. 1. Go to Home screen. 2. Select Com. 3. Select Phone. Emergency Calls 4. Select Message. 5. Select SMS Setup. To dial the emergency number that was previously saved (see USER SETTINGS, Bluetooth Setup): Figure 60. Auto-Reply Message Operation 83
  89. 89. 1. Go to Home screen. 2. Select Com. 3. Select Phone. 4. Select SOS. 5. See Figure 61. Select Dial. om01779 To edit or input a new emergency number or remove an emergency number: 1. See Figure 61. • Select Edit # to edit the saved number. • Select Clear to delete an emergency number. Figure 61. Dialing or Editing Emergency Number OPERATING VOICE RECOGNITION Always speak into the headset microphone as calmly and normally as possible. Rapid speech or a raised voice level will degrade voice recognition capability. Pressing the Voice Command button while the system is speaking is known as "barging in." The system will be interrupted and you can add or change commands. Proper placement of the microphone is critical to the effectiveness of voice recognition. When the Voice Command button is pressed on the left hand control, a beep will sound. The beep is a prompt to speak a 84 Operation
  90. 90. command.The system will present a list of possible commands. The commands are universal rather than mode-specific, for example, the rider can say a media command while in tuner mode. The system will switch to media mode and carry out the command. 4.3 Models: Voice recognition works for phone functions in US English only. 6.5 Models: Voice recognition works for phone and other functions in all supported languages. Refer to Table 2. Table 28. Phone Commands: 4.3 and 6.5 Models Voice Command Action CALL (followed by contact name) Dials the contact's phone number as entered in the Phone Book DIAL (followed by phone number) Dials the last number dialed again. Voice Command Action PLAY (followed by artist, album or song) Plays music according to selection ARTIST (followed by artist name) Plays music from a specific artist ALBUM (followed by album name) Plays music from a specific album SONG (followed by song name) Plays specific song SEARCH FOR MUSIC (followed by song or LIST ALL) Searches for a song or lists all songs GENRE (followed by genre name or LIST ALL) Searches for song within a specific genre or or lists all available genres Dials the phone number REDIAL Table 29. Media Commands: 6.5 Models These commands control audio devices connected through Bluetooth or the USB connector. PLAY PLAYLIST (followed by Plays songs from a specific playlist name) playlist NEXT TRACK Plays next track PREVIOUS TRACK Plays previous track ALL SONGS Plays all songs MEDIA Change to Media mode Operation 85
  91. 91. Table 30. Tuner Commands: 6.5 Models Table 31. Tuner Commands for SiriusXM (If Equipped) Voice Command Action Voice Command Action TUNE TO (followed by radio station frequency) Changes radio frequency X M (alternate commands: SIRIUS, SAT, SATELLITE) Changes mode to SiriusXM SEEK UP Selects next radio station SEEK DOWN Selects previous radio station CHANNEL (followed by channel name or number) Go to the requested SiriusXM channel NEXT PRESET Selects next preset radio station CHANNEL UP Selects the next SiriusXM channel PREVIOUS PRESET Selects previous preset radio station CHANNEL DOWN Selects the previous SiriusXM channel AM Selects AM band CHANNEL SCAN FM Selects FM band Scans the SiriusXM channel list 86 Operation
  92. 92. Table 32. Navigation Commands: 6.5 Models * It is recommended to say the destination as one string. Example: "DESTINATION 400 West Canal Street Milwaukee Wisconsin." Voice Command Action HOME Once a Home address has been saved, this command will set that address as a destination. The following commands allow for an input screen: DESTINATION (followed by an address)* Sets the spoken address as a destination FAVORITE (followed by a favorite name) Sets the destination to a previously-saved favorite destination FIND NEXT (followed by a POI) Finds the closest location for a given point of interest or brand SHOW MAP Will switch display to the Navigation map CANCEL ROUTE GUIDANCE Cancels the current route guidance request REPEAT INSTRUCTIONS • ENTER COUNTRY • ENTER STATE • ENTER CITY • ENTER ZIP CODE (North America only) • ENTER STREET • ENTER HOUSE NUMBER NOTE Complex street addresses with letters and numbers (such as "N23W23455 River Run Road") may not be recognized by the voice recognition system. If a destination is not recognized, enter the address using the navigation menu. See OPERATION, Operating the Navigation System (If Equipped). Repeats the last voice instruction provided by the Navigation route guidance system Operation 87
  93. 93. SIRIUSXM RADIO OPERATION (IF EQUIPPED) Table 33 (SiriusXM Radio) and Table 34 (SiriusXM Specialty Services) show the options and selections for the SiriusXM radio. Changing the Channel 1. See Figure 63. Select Channel from the left side of the Menu bar. 2. Use the arrows to find selection. Listening to SiriusXM Radio 1. 2. Select SiriusXM. 3. om01783 Go to Home screen. See Figure 62. Select Radio. om01809 Figure 63. Changing the Channel Direct Tune To tune SiriusXM to a specific channel: 1. See Figure 64. Select Menu button from the right side of the Menu bar. 2. Select Direct Tune. Figure 62. SiriusXM Radio and Specialty Services 88 Operation
  94. 94. 3. Enter the channel number. 2. See Figure 65. Select Tag This. 4. Press Tune button. 3. The system will prompt you to tag the song or the artist. 4. Once tagged, the system will confirm your selection. NOTE Use left arrow button to return to previous screen. om01785 om01784 Figure 65. Tagging Artist or Song Figure 64. Direct Tune Tagging an Artist or Song Tagging allows you to be alerted whenever a tagged artist or song is playing on any SiriusXM channel. Up to 20 song or artist tags can be saved. 1. Select Menu from the right side of the Menu bar. Tag Alerts: See Figure 66. An alert will pop-up when a tagged song or artist plays on any channel. Select Listen to switch to that channel or Ignore to remain on the current channel. To enable or disable alerts: 1. Select Menu button from the right side of the Menu bar. 2. Select Tagged. Operation 89
  95. 95. 3. Check or uncheck the Song/Artist Alert button. Game Zone Game Zone allows you to be alerted when selected sports teams are playing on any channel. om01786 1. Select Menu button from the right side of the Menu bar. 2. Select Game Zone. 3. Check or uncheck the Sports Alerts button. Select Listen to switch to that channel or Ignore to remain on the current channel. Figure 66. Tagged Song or Artist Alert 90 Operation
  96. 96. Table 33. SiriusXM Menu Detail: Radio HOME --> SiriusXM --> OPTION OPTION OPTION Radio • Channel All Categories -- • Menu • • • Seek Scan Direct Tune -- • Tagged • • • • • Tag This Game Zone -- Tags Playing Song/Artist Alert (List of Songs/Artists) Operation 91
  97. 97. Table 34. SiriusXM Menu Detail: Specialty Services HOME --> SiriusXM --> OPTION OPTION OPTION Specialty Services • Traffic -- -- • Weather • Radar (enabled) • Radar (disabled) • Fronts (enabled) • Fronts (disabled) • Update Information -- • View Prices • • • Route/View Call Fuel Prices • Fuel Type: • • • • Regular Mid-Range Premium Diesel • • Current Location Other Location • • • Current Daily 5 Day • • 92 Operation Fuel Forecast
  98. 98. SIRIUSXM SPECIALTY SERVICES (IF EQUIPPED) See Table 33. To use SiriusXM Specialty Services, verify you have a subscription. See USER SETTINGS, SiriusXM Setup (If Equipped). See Figure 67. Once you have a subscription, access Specialty Services: 1. Go to: Home screen 2. Select: SiriuxXM 3. Select: Specialty Services om01810 Traffic See Figure 67. Selecting Traffic will display a list of messages regarding traffic, construction accidents or other events nearby that may impact your chosen route. Selecting any of the items on the traffic list provides additional information for that location. Selecting the Map icon (located between the up/down arrows on the right of the screen) will display the selected location on the map. Weather See Figure 67 and Figure 68. Selecting Weather will display a map that shows radar and weather front information. Pressing the button on the left side of the map will display a slide-out menu with additional weather options (see Table 33). • Radar: Enables or disables the display of radar on the map. • Fronts: Enables or disables the display of weather fronts on the map. • Update Information: Displays the last date and time the radar and fronts information was updated. Figure 67. SXM Services Menu Operation 93
  99. 99. om01811 Selecting View Prices or Fuel Type will display a menu with Route/View and Fuel Prices options. • Route/View: Displays name, address and phone number of selected gas station. Press "Go" button to display route on a map. • Fuel Prices: Displays fuel prices for all fuel types for the selected gas station. Forecast Figure 68. SiriusXM Specialty Services Weather Map Fuel See Figure 67 Selecting Fuel displays a menu that allows viewing of fuel prices or to select a fuel type. • View Prices: Displays a list of nearby gas stations, with current gas price for the selected fuel type. • Fuel Type: Allows selection of desired fuel type, choices include Regular, Mid-Range, Premium and Diesel 94 Operation See Figure 67 and Table 33. Selecting Forecast displays the weather forecast for current or other selected location. Location must be selected before forecast can be displayed. • Current: Displays a summary of the current local weather conditions. Press Details button for additional forecast information. • Daily: Displays forecasted weather conditions in three hours and six hours from the current time. • 5 Day: Displays forecasted weather conditions for each of the next five days. Select Other Location to change forecast location.
  100. 100. VEHICLE STATUS See Figure 69. Select the Information button on the right hand control to view Vehicle Status screen. The screen displays: • Ambient air temperature • Oil pressure • EITMS information See your vehicle owner's manuals for additional information. OPERATING THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED) Navigation Main Menu See Figure 70. The system has several options for Navigation. Additional information on these settings can be found at USER SETTINGS, Navigation Setup (If Equipped). NOTE There will be a slight delay after the vehicle or the Boom! Box has been powered on while the navigation system initializes. Wait until the system has finished the initialization process before using the navigation system. om01787 Selecting the Navigation Main Menu Press the Navigation/Compass hard key on the faceplate or select Nav from the Home screen. Figure 69. Vehicle Status Screen The Menu bar in the Navigation Main Menu has a Last Audio Mode. Selecting this button will go back to the previous audio source that was used. See OPERATION, Operating the Navigation System (If Equipped) for information on the Menu button. Operation 95
  101. 101. - (zoom out button): This button zooms out on the map. om01800 Left data field: This field (clock shown in Figure 71) is configurable to display different options. Tap on this field to make a selection. Right data field: This field, located in lower right (GPS accuracy shown in Figure 71), is configurable to display different options. Tap on this field to make a selection. Figure 70. Navigation Menu Screen Displaying the Map Screen See Figure 70. Select Map on the Navigation main menu to display the map. Setting Map Screen Display Options See Figure 71. The Map screen contains options for additional map functions: Back button: Located in the top left corner of the screen. This button will go back to the Navigation Main Menu. + (zoom in button): This button zooms in on the map. 96 Operation Audio Info: This field (FM 105.7 shown in Figure 71) displays the current audio mode. Tap on this field to display the audio mode screen.
  102. 102. Navigation Option menu: The Navigation Option menu (located under the compass direction in Figure 71 contains the following Navigation options: • POIs Near: Equivalent to selecting POIs from Navigation Main menu. • Appearance: Equivalent to selecting Appearance from the Navigation Setup menu. • Trip Summary: This screen provides information for a current trip - start and end time, average speed, fuel used and mileage (if available). • Record On: Checking this option will draw a line on the map for roads that have been used in the past. • Compass: This menu item will display the Compass screen. • Weather (if available): This menu item will display a weather overlay on the map (if available). om01798 Figure 71. Navigation Map Screen Example Displaying Point of Interest (POI) Menu See Figure 70. Selecting POIs from the Navigation Main menu or from the slide-out menu will allow the user to find Points of Interest, such as restaurants, gas stations, hotels, shopping and other categories. Once the desired POI is found and selected, the Navigation system can calculate a route from the current location to the destination address of that POI. See Figure 72. The POIs can be searched by Category, by the business phone number or by name. Operation 97
  103. 103. NOTE The system will default to the current location. 1. Press the Near Your Location button to choose POIs around a specific city or around a route (if active). 2. If a destination has been set, the system can find POIs around that address. • If a preferred category has been saved from previous POI searches, this list of categories is located under Preferred button. om01799 NOTES • Some businesses may not be in the navigation database (brands of restaurants, gas stations, or other businesses). Figure 72. Point of Interest Screen Harley-Davidson Dealerships See Figure 70. Select Dealerships from the Navigation Main Menu for a list of Harley-Davidson dealerships locations. This list will display a list in order of the dealerships closest to your current location. Where To (Destinations) See Figure 70 and Figure 73. Press the Where To button to access the Destinations menu. There are numerous options to set a destination. 98 Operation
  104. 104. NOTE Select the "More..." button to see additional options. • Address: If the destination address is known, select Address button and then input the address. • Saved: Retrieves a previously saved destination. • X-Road: Sets an intersection of two streets as a destination. • Home: Sets a destination to a previously saved Home address. • Book: Displays a list of addresses saved in an address book from a Bluetooth connected phone or from an address book saved on the Boom!™ Box. om01801 • Trips: Saves multiple addresses or destinations under a trip name. • Trails: Saves a calculated route or retrieves a saved route. • GEO: Latitude and longitude geo-coordinates can be input for a specific location to set as a destination. Figure 73. Destinations Menu Recent See Figure 70. Select Recent from the Navigation Main menu to display a list of recently found or used address or locations. These locations can be set as destinations. Emergency See Figure 74. Call the emergency service for assistance before driving to an emergency facility. See Figure 70 and Figure 75. Select Emergency from the Navigation Main menu to display emergency provider locations Operation 99
  105. 105. for Hospitals, Police or Fire Departments near your current location. om01808 om01807 Figure 75. Emergency Services Selections Figure 74. Emergency Designation Warning Secondary Menu See Figure 70. Select the Menu button in the upper right corner of the Menu bar. Options include: Location: See Figure 76 and Figure 77. Displays a bar graph with the GPS signal strength. If there is a strong signal, information for the current geographical location will be displayed. This can include the address (if found in the Navigation database) and the geographical coordinates (geo-coordinates). Select the button to the left of the geo-coordinates to access additional functions related to the current location. 100 Operation
  106. 106. Import: Allows the user to view the Devices Available screen. This display is a list of USB-connected devices. Saved locations, trails or trips can be imported. These files can be built using the Harley-Davidson Ride Planner (www.rideplanner.harley-davidson.com). NOTE Imported trips are limited to nine stopovers. Select a USB device from the Devices Available to view the Select File list screen. This screen displays all of the compatible files on the selected media device. Selecting a file from this list allows the user to view the available locations, trails or trips within the file. The file content list screen allows the user to select any combination of available import types or use Select All to import all available information into the radio's storage. After the desired list items have been selected for import, select the import button from the middle of the scroll bar in order to initiate the transfer. After the transfer has been completed, a message screen will be appear indicating the result of the transfer. Export: Allows the user to view the Devices Available list screen. This screen displays a list of connected USB devices which are available for a user to export files to. After selecting a USB device, the Destination Export screen will be displayed. This screen contains a list of stored information that is available for export. Exported data, including saved locations, trips and trails can be shared with other riders or uploaded to the HarleyDavidson Ride Planner (www.rideplanner.harley-davidson.com). NOTE The USB device must be formatted to FAT32 in order to support exporting data. Select the desired list items and select the export button from the middle of the scrollbar to initiate the transfer from the radio's storage to the USB device. Once export is completed, a message screen will appear indicating the result of the export. The file contained on the USB stick, named H-D_NavData.gpx, can be imported onto other Harley-Davidson radios or uploaded to the Harley-Davidson Ride Planner website. Once the files are imported to the radio, the trips and trails can be routed to using their buttons on the navigation Where To screen. Individual locations which are imported onto the system can be routed to using the saved button on the navigation Where To screen. Operation 101
  107. 107. om01803 om01804 Figure 76. Navigation Secondary Menu 102 Operation Figure 77. Current Location Information
  108. 108. Table 35. Navigation Menu Detail HOME --> NAVIGATION --> OPTION OPTION OPTION Map • + • POIs Near • • • • • POI • POIs Near • • • • • Category Spell Name Preferred Phone # Near Your Location -- Dealerships -- Where To (Destinations) • • • • • • • • Recent -- -Address Saved X-Road Home Book Trips Trails GEO -- -- -- -- Category Spell Name Preferred Phone # Near Your Location -- Operation 103
  109. 109. Table 35. Navigation Menu Detail HOME --> NAVIGATION --> OPTION OPTION OPTION Emergency • • • Hospital Police Fire Department -- -- Navigation Secondary Menu (Menu button in upper right corner) • • • Location Import Export -- -- H-D U.S.A., LLC TRADEMARK INFORMATION Bar & Shield, Boom!, Cross Bones, CVO, Digital Tech, Digital Technician, Digital Technician II, Dyna, Electra Glide, Evolution, Fat Bob, Fat Boy, Forty-Eight, Glaze, Gloss, H-D, H-Dnet.com, Harley, Harley-Davidson, HD, Heritage Softail, Iron 883, Low Rider, Night Rod, Nightster, Night Train, Profile, Reflex, Revolution, Road Glide, Road King, Road Tech, Rocker, Screamin' Eagle, Seventy-Two, Softail, Sportster, Street Glide, Street Rod, Sun Ray, Sunwash, Super Glide, SuperLow, Switchback, SYN3, TechLink, TechLink II, Tour-Pak, Tri Glide, 104 Operation Twin Cam 88, Twin Cam 88B, Twin Cam 96, Twin Cam 96B, Twin Cam 103, Twin Cam 103B, Twin Cam 110, Twin Cam 110B, Twin-Cooled, Ultra Classic, V-Rod, VRSC and HarleyDavidson Genuine Motor Parts and Genuine Motor Accessories are among the trademarks of H-D U.S.A., LLC. PRODUCT REGISTERED MARKS Apple, Alcantara S.p.A., Allen, Amp Multilock, Bluetooth, Brembo, Delphi, Deutsch, Dunlop, Dynojet, Fluke, G.E. Versilube, Garmin, Gunk, Hydroseal, Hylomar, iPhone, iPod, Kevlar, Lexan, Loctite, Lubriplate, Keps, K&N, Magnaflux, Marson Thread-Setter Tool Kit, MAXI fuse, Molex, Michelin,
  110. 110. MPZ, Mulitilock, nano, NGK, Novus, Packard, Pirelli, Permatex, Philips, PJ1, Pozidriv, Robinair, S100, Sems, SiriusXM, Snapon, Teflon, Threadlocker, Torca, Torco, TORX, Tufoil, Tyco, Ultratorch, Velcro, X-Acto, XM Satellite Radio, and zumo are among the trademarks of their respective owners. Operation 105
  111. 111. NOTES 106 Operation
  112. 112. Use only Harley-Davidson recommended products and methods to keep the radio, speakers and other audio system components clean and in good condition. Do not use any abrasives, polishes or rubbing compounds to clean the screen or other components. Use of other products or methods may cause damage to components. If there are heavy sediments, first rinse the screen to loosen and remove those sediments. Do not rub sediments into the screen. Spray a light amount of cleaner on the microfiber cloth. Apply circular motions from the center and outwards. Use a dry microfiber cloth to dry the screen. Repeat the process as necessary. NOTE Replaceable Screen Protector BOOM! Box 6.5T/GT radios have a replaceable screen protector. Remove and replace the protector if it becomes dull, scratched or worn. Damage to the screen due to use without a screen protector will not be covered under warranty. Radio/Screen Washing Wash the screen and radio faceplate according to the washing procedure for the motorcycle. First rinse any heavy sediments from the screen. Use SUNWASH BIKE SOAP, water and an H-D WASH MITT to clean. Rinse radio with low-pressure water. Screen Touch-Up Cleaning Use glass or lens cleaner (without ammonia) and a microfiber detailing cloth to clean the screen between washes. Do not use any screen enhancing chemicals or products.These can damage the screen surface. Speaker Care If a haze develops on speakers with a protective grille, use HARLEY SEAT, SADDLEBAG, AND TRIM CLEANER and a SOFTCLOTH or SOFT DETAILING PAD to clean. Do not apply wax or any other similar products on speaker grilles. Do not use compressed or forced air on speakers. Vehicles with saddlebag speakers are designed to prevent water intrusion and to allow water to drain during washing or riding in all weather. To remove any standing water from saddlebag speakers, open the saddlebags and gently shake any remaining water from the speakers. 107 CARE AND CLEANING AUDIO SYSTEM CARE
  113. 113. NOTES 108 Care and Cleaning
  114. 114. Harley-Davidson warrants that your Harley-Davidson radio will be free from factory defects in factory materials and workmanship, under normal use and service, for a period of twenty-four (24) months starting from the earlier of (a) the date of initial retail purchase of the motorcycle on which the radio is installed, or (b) the third anniversary of the last day of the model year of the motorcycle on which the radio is installed. Any unexpired portion of this limited warranty will be transferred to subsequent owner(s), upon the resale of the motorcycle during the limited warranty period. If the motorcycle was used as a demonstrator or company motorcycle, then the limited warranty period may have started and/or expired prior to the initial retail sale. See an authorized Harley-Davidson Dealer for details. This limited warranty does not cover defects or damage due to abuse, misuse or improper installation, or any radio on a motorcycle which has been registered with Harley-Davidson as a collector's vehicle. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for details. To obtain warranty service, return your motorcycle with sound system intact, at your expense, within the limited warranty period to an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer. Authorized Harley-Davidson dealers should be able to provide warranty service during normal business hours depending upon the workload of the authorized dealer's service department and the availability of necessary parts. The remedy for breach of this warranty is expressly limited to the repair or replacement (which may include a refurbished replacement radio), without charge for parts and labor, of any part that proves to be defective, AND DOES NOT EXTEND TO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, COSTS OR EXPENSES, INCLUDING LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE, COMMERCIAL LOSS, OR LOSS OF USE OF THE VEHICLE, RESULTING FROM ANY PART THAT PROVES TO BE DEFECTIVE. THERE IS NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY ON THE RADIO. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY RELATING TO THIS RADIO, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, HARLEYDAVIDSON AND ITS AUTHORIZED DEALERS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF MOTORCYCLE USE, COMMERCIAL LOSS OR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Other Rights This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. 109 WARRANTY 2014 LIMITED RADIO WARRANTY
  115. 115. NOTES 110 Warranty

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