Suzuki XL7 (2007 year). Instruction - part 8

 

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Suzuki XL7 (2007 year). Instruction - part 8

 

 

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INSTRUMENT PANEL
arrow is held or pressed multiple times, the
Press RPT again to turn off repeat play.
• The air is very humid. If so, wait about an
player continues moving backward or for-
When repeat is off, the arrow symbol is no
hour and try again.
ward through the CD.
longer displayed.
• There may have been a problem while
burning the CD-R.
REV (Reverse):
(Information):
• The label may be caught in the CD
Press and hold this button to reverse play-
Press this button to switch the display
player.
back quickly within a track. You will hear
between the track number, elapsed time of
sound at a reduced volume. Release this
the track, and the time. When the ignition is
If the CD is not playing correctly, for any
pushbutton to resume playing the track.
off, press this button to display the time.
other reason, try a known good CD.
The elapsed time of the track appears on
BAND:
If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error
the display.
Press this button to listen to the radio when
cannot be corrected, contact your dealer. If
FWD (Fast Forward):
a CD is playing. The CD remains safely
the radio displays an error message, write
Press and hold this pushbutton to advance
inside the radio for future listening.
it down and provide it to your dealer when
playback quickly within a track. You will
reporting the problem.
CD/AUX (CD/Auxiliary):
hear sound at a reduced volume. Release
Press this button to play a CD when listen-
this pushbutton to resume playing the
Using the Auxiliary Input Jack
ing to the radio. The CD icon and track
track. The elapsed time of the track
Your radio system has an auxiliary input
number appears on the display when a CD
appears on the display.
jack located on the lower right side of the
is in the player. Press this button again and
faceplate. This is not an audio output; do
RDM (Random):
the system automatically searches for an
not plug the headphone set into the front
With random, you can listen to CD tracks in
auxiliary input device such as a portable
auxiliary input jack. You can however, con-
random, rather than sequential order. To
audio player.
nect an external audio device such as an
use random, do the following:
iPod, laptop computer, MP3 player, CD
CD Messages
1) Press this button to play tracks from the
changer, or cassette tape player, etc. to the
CD you are listening to in random order.
CHECK DISC:
auxiliary input jack for use as another
The random icon appears on the dis-
If this message appears on the display
source for audio listening.
play.
and/or the CD comes out, it could be for
Drivers are encouraged to set up any auxil-
2) Press this button again to turn off ran-
one of the following reasons:
iary device while the vehicle is in park (P).
dom play. The random icon disappears
• It is very hot. When the temperature
Refer to “Defensive Driving” in “Your Driv-
from the display.
returns to normal, the CD should play.
ing, the Road, and Your Vehicle” in the
RPT (Repeat):
• You are driving on a very rough road.
“Driving Your Vehicle” for more information
With repeat, one track can be repeated
When the road becomes smoother, the
on driver distraction.
(played over and over). To use repeat,
CD should play.
To use a portable audio player, connect a
press and release the RPT button. An
• The CD is dirty, scratched, wet, or
3.5 mm (1/8 inch) cable to the radio’s front
arrow symbol appears on the display.
upside down.
auxiliary input jack. When a device is con-
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nected, press the radio CD/AUX button to
Radio with CD (MP3)
XMTM Satellite Radio Service
begin playing audio from the device over
XMTM is a satellite radio service that is
the vehicle speakers.
based in the 48 contiguous United States
and Canada. XMTM offers a large variety of
(Power/Volume):
coast-to-coast channels including music,
Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
news, sports, talk, traffic/weather
(U.S.
wise to increase or decrease the volume of
subscribers), and children’s programming.
the portable player. You may need to do
XMTM provides digital quality audio and
additional volume adjustments from the
text information that includes song title and
portable device if the volume does not go
artist name. A service fee is required in
loud or soft enough.
order to receive the XMTM service. For
BAND:
more information, contact XMTM; In the
Press this button to listen to the radio when
U.S. at www.xmradio.com or call 1-800-
a portable audio device is playing. The por-
852-XMXM
(9696) or in Canada at
table audio device continues playing, so
www.xmradio.ca or call 1-877-GET-XMSR
you may want to stop it or turn it off.
1546891
(438-9677).
CD/AUX (CD/Auxiliary):
Radio Data System (RDS)
Playing the Radio
Press this button to play a CD when a por-
The audio system has a Radio Data Sys-
table audio device is playing.
tem (RDS). The RDS feature is available
(Power/Volume):
Press this button again and the system
for use only on FM stations that broadcast
Press this knob to turn the system on and
begins playing audio from the connected
RDS information. This system relies upon
off.
portable audio player. If a portable audio
receiving specific information from these
Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
player is not connected, “No Aux” displays.
stations and only works when the informa-
wise to increase or decrease the volume.
tion is available. While the radio is tuned to
an FM-RDS station, the station name or
Speed Compensated Volume (SCV):
call letters appear on the display. In rare
The radio is also equipped with Speed
cases, a radio station may broadcast incor-
Compensated Volume (SCV). When SCV
rect information that causes the radio fea-
is on, the radio volume automatically
tures to work improperly. If this happens,
adjusts to compensate for road and wind
contact the radio station.
noise as you speed up or slow down while
driving. That way, the volume level should
sound about the same as you drive. To
activate SCV:
1) Set the radio volume to the desired
level.
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2) Press the MENU button to display the
(Information) (XMTM Satellite Radio
store a station as a favorite, perform the
radio setup menu.
Service, MP3, and RDS Features):
following steps:
3) Press the pushbutton under the AUTO
Press the information button to display
1) Tune to the desired radio station.
VOLUM label on the radio display.
additional text information related to the
2) Press the FAV button to display the
4) Press the pushbutton under the desired
current FM-RDS or XMTM station, or MP3
page where you want the station
Speed Compensated Volume setting
song. A choice of additional information
stored.
(OFF, Low, Med, or High) to select the
such as: Channel, Song, Artist, and CAT
3) Press and hold one of the six pushbut-
level of radio volume compensation.
may appear. Continue pressing the infor-
tons until a beep sounds. Whenever
The display times out after approxi-
mation button to highlight the desired label,
that pushbutton is pressed and
mately 10 seconds. Each higher setting
or press the pushbutton positioned under
released, the station that was set,
allows for more radio volume compen-
any one of the labels and the information
returns.
sation at faster vehicle speeds.
about that label is displayed.
4) Repeat the steps for each pushbutton
When information is not available, No Info
radio station you want stored as a favor-
Finding a Station
displays.
ite.
BAND:
The number of favorites pages can be
Press this button to switch between AM,
Storing a Radio Station as a Favorite
setup using the MENU button. To setup the
FM, or XMTM (if equipped). The display
Drivers are encouraged to set up their
number of favorites pages, perform the fol-
shows the selection.
radio station favorites while the vehicle is
lowing steps:
parked. Tune to your favorite stations using
(Tune):
1)
Press the MENU button to display the
the presets, favorites button, and steering
Turn this knob to select radio stations.
radio setup menu.
wheel controls
(if equipped). Refer to
2)
Press the pushbutton located below the
SEEK
:
“Defensive Driving” in “Your Driving, the
FAV 1-6 label.
Press the right or left SEEK arrow to go to
Road, and Your Vehicle” in the “Driving
3)
Select the desired number of favorites
the next or to the previous station and stay
Your Vehicle” section.
pages by pressing the pushbutton
there.
FAV (Favorites):
located below the displayed page num-
To scan stations, press and hold either
A maximum of 36 stations can be pro-
bers.
SEEK arrow for a few seconds until a beep
grammed as favorites using the six push-
4)
Press the FAV button, or let the menu
sounds. The radio goes to a station, plays
buttons positioned below the radio station
time out, to return to the original main
for a few seconds, then goes to the next
frequency labels and by using the radio
radio screen showing the radio station
station. Press either SEEK arrow again to
favorites page button (FAV button). Press
frequency labels and to begin the pro-
stop scanning.
the FAV button to go through up to six
cess of programming your favorites for
pages of favorites, each having six favorite
the chosen amount of numbered
The radio only seeks and scans stations
stations available per page. Each page of
pages.
with a strong signal that are in the selected
favorites can contain any combination of
band.
AM, FM, or XMTM (if equipped) stations. To
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Setting the Tone
instructionly adjust the bass, midrange, or tre-
1)
Press the BAND button until the XMTM
(Bass/Midrange/Treble)
ble by pressing the tune knob.
frequency is displayed. Press the CAT
button to display the category labels on
BASS/MID/TREB
Adjusting the Speakers (Balance/Fade)
the radio display. Continue pressing the
(Bass, Midrange, or Treble):
CAT button until the desired category
To adjust bass, midrange, or treble, press
BAL/FADE (Balance/Fade):
name is displayed.
the tune knob until the tone control labels
To adjust balance or fade, press the tune
2)
Press either of the two buttons below
appear on the display. Continue pressing
knob until the speaker control labels
the desired category label to immedi-
to highlight the desired label, or press the
appear on the display. Continue pressing
ately tune to the first XMTM station
pushbutton positioned under the desired
to highlight the desired label, or press the
associated with that category.
label. Turn the tune knob clockwise or
pushbutton positioned under the desired
3)
Turn the tune knob, press the buttons
counterclockwise to adjust the highlighted
label. Turn the tune knob clockwise or
below the right or left arrows displayed,
setting. You can also adjust the highlighted
counterclockwise to adjust the highlighted
or press the right or left SEEK buttons
setting by pressing either the SEEK, FWD
setting. You can also adjust the highlighted
to go to the next or previous XMTM sta-
(forward), or REV (reverse) button until the
setting by pressing either the SEEK, FWD,
tion within the selected category.
desired levels are obtained. If a station’s
or REV button until the desired levels are
4)
To exit the category search mode,
frequency is weak, or if there is static,
obtained.
press the FAV button or BAND button to
decrease the treble.
To quickly adjust balance or fade to the
display your favorites again.
To quickly adjust bass, midrange, or treble
middle position, press the pushbutton posi-
Undesired XMTM categories can be
to the middle position, press the pushbut-
tioned under the BAL or FADE label for
removed through the setup menu. To
ton positioned under the BASS, MID, or
more than two seconds. You will hear a
remove an undesired category, perform the
TREB label for more than two seconds. A
beep and the level will be adjusted to the
following:
beep sounds and the level adjusts to the
middle position.
middle position.
1) Press the MENU button to display the
To quickly adjust all speaker and tone con-
radio setup menu.
To quickly adjust all tone and speaker con-
trols to the middle position, press the tune
2) Press the pushbutton located below the
trols to the middle position, press the tune
knob for more than two seconds until a
XM CAT label.
knob for more than two seconds until a
beep sounds.
3) Turn the tune knob to display the cate-
beep sounds.
gory you want removed.
Finding a Category (CAT) Station
EQ (Equalization):
4) Press the pushbutton located under the
Press this button to select preset equaliza-
CAT (Category):
Remove label until the category name
tion settings.
The CAT button is used to find XMTM sta-
along with the word Removed displays.
tions when the radio is in the XMTM mode.
5) Repeat the steps to remove more cate-
To return to the instruction mode, press the
To find XMTM channels within a desired
gories.
EQ button until Instruction displays or start to
category, perform the following:
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Removed categories can be restored by
Playing a CD
Do not add any label to a CD. It could get
pressing the pushbutton under the Add
Insert a CD partway into the slot, label side
caught in the CD player. If a CD is
label when a removed category is dis-
up. The player pulls it in and the CD should
recorded on a personal computer and a
played or by pressing the pushbutton
begin playing.
description label is needed, try labeling the
under the Restore All label.
top of the recorded CD with a marking pen.
If the ignition or radio is turned off, with a
The radio does not allow you to remove or
CD in the player, it stays in the player.
CAUTION
add categories while the vehicle is moving
When the ignition or radio is turned on, the
faster than 5 mph (8 km/h).
CD starts playing where it stopped, if it was
If a label is added to a CD, or more
the last selected audio source.
than one CD is inserted into the slot
Radio Messages
at a time, or an attempt is made to
When a CD is inserted, the CD symbol
play scratched or damaged CDs, the
Calibration Error:
appears on the CD. As each new track
CD player could be damaged. While
The audio system has been calibrated for
starts to play, the track number appears on
using the CD player, use only CDs in
your vehicle from the factory. If Calibration
the display.
good condition without any label,
Error displays, it means that the radio has
The CD player can play the smaller 3 inch
load one CD at a time, and keep the
not been configured properly for your vehi-
(8 cm) single CDs with an adapter ring.
CD player and the loading slot free of
cle and it must be returned to your dealer
Full-size CDs and the smaller CDs are
foreign materials, liquids, and debris.
for service.
loaded in the same manner.
Locked:
If an error appears on the display, see “CD
If playing a CD-R, the sound quality may
This message is displayed when the
Messages” later in this section.
be reduced due to CD-R quality, the
THEFTLOCK® system has locked up the
method of recording, the quality of the
radio. Take the vehicle to your dealer for
EJECT:
music that has been recorded, and the way
service.
Press the CD eject button to eject CD(s).
the CD-R has been handled. There may be
To eject the CD that is currently playing,
If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error
an increase in skipping, difficulty in finding
press and release this button. A beep
cannot be corrected, contact your dealer.
tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
sounds and Ejecting Disc displays. Once
ejecting. If these problems occur, check
the disc is ejected, Remove Disc displays.
Radio Messages for XM Only
the bottom surface of the CD. If the surface
The CD can be removed. If the CD is not
Refer to “XM Radio Messages” in this sec-
of the CD is damaged, such as cracked,
removed, after several seconds, the CD
tion later in this section for further detail.
broken, or scratched, the CD will not play
automatically pulls back into the player and
properly. If the surface of the CD is soiled,
begins playing.
refer to “Care of Your CDs and DVDs” in
this section for more information.
(Tune):
Turn this knob to select tracks on the CD
If there is no apparent damage, try a
currently playing.
known good CD.
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SEEK
:
BAND:
• The CD is dirty, scratched, wet, or
Press the left SEEK arrow to go to the start
Press this button to listen to the radio when
upside down.
of the current track, if more than ten sec-
a CD is playing. The CD remains safely
• The air is very humid. If so, wait about an
onds have played. Press the right SEEK
inside the radio for future listening.
hour and try again.
arrow to go to the next track. If either SEEK
• There may have been a problem while
CD/AUX (CD/Auxiliary):
arrow is held, or pressed multiple times,
burning the CD.
Press this button to play a CD when listen-
the player continues moving backward or
• The label may be caught in the CD
ing to the radio. The CD icon and a mes-
forward through the tracks on the CD.
player.
sage showing disc and/or track number
REV (Reverse):
appears on the display when a CD is in the
If the CD is not playing correctly, for any
Press and hold this button to reverse play-
player. Press this button again and the sys-
other reason, try a known good CD.
back quickly within a track. You will hear
tem automatically searches for an auxiliary
If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error
sound at a reduced volume. Release this
input device, such as a portable audio
cannot be corrected, contact your dealer. If
pushbutton to resume playing the track.
player. If a portable audio player is not con-
the radio displays an error message, write
The elapsed time of the track appears on
nected, “No Input Device Found” displays.
it down and provide it to your dealer when
the display.
reporting the problem.
Playing an MP3/WMA CD-R or CD-RW
FWD (Fast Forward):
Disc
Press and hold this button to advance play-
Using the Auxiliary Input Jack
If you have a radio with a CD (MP3), it has
back quickly within a track. You will hear
Your radio system has an auxiliary input
the capability of playing an MP3/WMA CD-
sound at a reduced volume. Release this
jack located on the lower right side of the
R or CD-RW disc. For more information on
button to resume playing the track. The
faceplate. This is not an audio output; do
how to play an MP3/WMA CD-R or CD-RW
elapsed time of the track appears on the
not plug the headphone set into the front
disc, refer to “Using an MP3” in the index.
display.
auxiliary input jack. You can however, con-
nect an external audio device such as an
RDM (Random):
CD Messages
iPod, laptop computer, MP3 player, CD
With random, you can listen to the tracks in
CHECK DISC:
changer, or cassette tape player, etc. to the
random, rather than sequential order. To
If this message appears on the display
auxiliary input jack for use as another
use random, press the CD/AUX button,
and/or the CD comes out, it could be for
source for audio listening.
insert a disc partway into the slot of the CD
one of the following reasons:
player. A RDM label appears on display.
Drivers are encouraged to set up any auxil-
Press the pushbutton positioned under the
• It is very hot. When the temperature
iary device while the vehicle is in park (P).
RDM label until Random Current Disc dis-
returns to normal, the CD should play.
Refer to “Defensive Driving” in “Your Driv-
plays. Press the pushbutton again to turn
• You are driving on a very rough road.
ing, the Road, and Your Vehicle” in the
off random play.
When the road becomes smoother, the
“Driving Your Vehicle” section for more
CD should play.
information on driver distraction.
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To use a portable audio player, connect a
Radio with CD and DVD (MP3)
Radio Data System (RDS)
3.5 mm (1/8 inch) cable to the radio’s front
The audio system has a Radio Data Sys-
auxiliary input jack. When a device is con-
tem (RDS). The RDS feature is available
nected, press the radio CD/AUX button to
for use only on FM stations that broadcast
begin playing audio from the device over
RDS information. This system relies upon
the vehicle speakers.
receiving specific information from these
stations and only works when the informa-
(Power/Volume):
tion is available. While the radio is tuned to
Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
an FM-RDS station, the station name or
wise to increase or decrease the volume of
call letters display. In rare cases, a radio
the portable player. You may need to do
station could broadcast incorrect informa-
additional volume adjustments from the
tion that causes the radio features to work
portable device if the volume does not go
improperly. If this happens, contact the
loud or soft enough.
radio station.
BAND:
Press this button to listen to the radio when
1631251
XMTM Satellite Radio Service
a portable audio device is playing. The por-
XMTM is a satellite radio service that is
If your vehicle has a Rear Seat Entertain-
table audio device continues playing, so
based in the 48 contiguous United States
ment (RSE) system, it has a CD/DVD
you may want to stop it or power it off.
and Canada. XMTM offers a large variety of
radio. Refer to “Rear Seat Entertainment
coast-to-coast channels including music,
CD/AUX (CD/Auxiliary):
System” in this section for more informa-
news, sports, talk, traffic/weather
(U.S.
Press this button to play a CD when a por-
tion on the vehicle’s RSE system.
subscribers), and children’s programming.
table audio device is playing. Press this
The DVD player is the top slot on the radio
XMTM provides digital quality audio and
button again and the system begins play-
faceplate. The player is capable of reading
text information that includes song title and
ing audio from the connected portable
the DTS programmed DVD Audio or DVD
artist name. A service fee is required in
audio player. If a portable audio player is
Video media, (DTS and DTS 2.0 are trade-
order to receive the XMTM service. For
not connected, “No Input Device Found”
marks of Digital Theater Systems Inc.).
more information, contact XMTM; In the
displays.
Dolby® is manufactured under license from
U.S. at www.xmradio.com or call 1-800-
Dolby® Laboratories. Dolby® and the dou-
852-XMXM
(9696) or in Canada at
ble-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby®
www.xmradio.ca or call 1-877-GET-XMSR
Laboratories.
(438-9677).
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Playing the Radio
Finding a Station
When information is not available, No Info
displays.
(Power/Volume):
BAND:
Press this knob to turn the system on and
Press this button to switch between AM,
Storing a Radio Station as a Favorite
off.
FM, or XMTM (if equipped). The display
Drivers are encouraged to set up their
shows the selection.
Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
radio station favorites while the vehicle is
wise to increase or decrease the volume.
(Tune):
parked. Tune to your favorite stations using
Turn this knob to select radio stations.
the presets, favorites button, and steering
Speed Compensated Volume (SCV):
wheel controls, if the vehicle has them.
The radio has Speed Compensated Vol-
SEEK
:
Refer to “Defensive Driving” in “Your Driv-
ume (SCV). While SCV is on, the radio vol-
Press the left or right SEEK arrow to go to
ing, the Road, and Your Vehicle” in the
ume automatically adjusts to compensate
the next or to the previous station and stay
“Driving Your Vehicle” section.
for road and wind noise as driving speed
there.
changes. That way, the volume level
FAV (Favorites):
To scan stations, press and hold either
should sound about the same as you drive.
A maximum of 36 stations can be pro-
SEEK arrow for a few seconds until a beep
To activate SCV:
grammed as favorites using the six push-
sounds. The radio goes to a station, plays
buttons positioned below the radio station
1)
Set the radio volume to the desired
for a few seconds, then goes to the next
frequency labels and by using the radio
level.
station. Press either SEEK arrow again to
favorites page button (FAV button). Press
2)
Press the MENU button to display the
stop scanning.
the FAV button to go through up to six
radio setup menu.
The radio seeks and scans stations only
pages of favorites, each having six favorite
3)
Press the pushbutton under the AUTO
with a strong signal that are in the selected
stations available per page. Each page of
VOLUM (volume) label on the radio dis-
band.
favorites can contain any combination of
play.
AM, FM, or XMTM (if equipped) stations. To
4)
Press the pushbutton under the desired
(Information) (XMTM Satellite Radio
store a station as a favorite, perform the
SCV setting (OFF, Low, Med (medium),
Service, MP3, and RDS Features):
following steps:
or High) to select the level of radio vol-
Press the information button to display
ume compensation. The display times
additional text information related to the
1) Tune to the desired radio station.
out after approximately
10 seconds.
current FM-RDS or XMTM station, or MP3
2) Press the FAV button to display the
Each higher setting allows for more
song. A choice of additional information
page where you want the station
radio volume compensation at faster
such as: Channel, Song, Artist, and CAT
stored.
vehicle speeds.
(category) could appear. Continue press-
3) Press and hold one of the six pushbut-
ing the information button to highlight the
tons until a beep sounds. Whenever
desired label, or press the pushbutton
that pushbutton is pressed and
positioned under any one of the labels and
released, the station that was set,
the information about that label is dis-
returns.
played.
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4) Repeat the steps for each pushbutton
Setting the Tone
If the radio has a Bose® audio system, the
radio station you want stored as a favor-
(Bass/Midrange/Treble)
EQ settings are either MANUAL or TALK.
ite.
BASS/MID/TREB
The number of favorites pages can be
Adjusting the Speakers (Balance/Fade)
(Bass, Midrange, or Treble):
setup using the MENU button. To setup the
To adjust bass, midrange, or treble, press
BAL/FADE (Balance/Fade):
number of favorites pages, perform the fol-
the tune knob until the tone control labels
To adjust balance or fade, press the tune
lowing steps:
display. Continue pressing to highlight the
knob until the speaker control labels dis-
1)
Press the MENU button to display the
desired label, or press the pushbutton
play. Press the pushbutton positioned
radio setup menu.
positioned under the desired label. Turn
under the desired label. Turn the tune knob
2)
Press the pushbutton located below the
the tune knob clockwise or counterclock-
clockwise or counterclockwise to adjust the
FAV 1-6 label.
wise to adjust the highlighted setting. If a
highlighted setting. The highlighted setting
3)
Select the desired number of favorites
station’s frequency is weak or if there is
can also be adjusted by pressing either the
pages by pressing the pushbutton
static, decrease the treble.
SEEK, FWD (forward), or REV (reverse)
located below the displayed page num-
button until the desired levels are obtained.
To quickly adjust bass, midrange, or treble
bers.
to the middle position, press the pushbut-
To quickly adjust balance or fade to the
4)
Press the FAV button, or let the menu
ton positioned under the BASS, MID, or
middle position, press the pushbutton posi-
time out, to return to the original main
TREB label for more than two seconds. A
tioned under the BAL or FADE label for
radio screen showing the radio station
beep sounds and the level adjusts to the
more than two seconds. A beep sounds
frequency labels and to begin the pro-
middle position.
and the level adjusts to the middle position.
cess of programming your favorites for
the chosen amount of numbered
To quickly adjust all tone and speaker con-
To quickly adjust both the balance and
pages.
trols to the middle position, press the tune
fade to the middle position at one time,
knob for more than two seconds until a
press the tune knob for more than two sec-
beep sounds.
onds until a beep sounds.
EQ (Equalization):
Press this button to choose bass and tre-
ble equalization settings designed for dif-
ferent types of music. The choices are pop,
rock, country, talk, jazz, and classical.
Selecting MANUAL or changing bass or
treble, returns the EQ to the manual bass
and treble settings.
Unique EQ settings can be saved for each
source.
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Finding a Category (CAT) Station
2) Press the pushbutton located below the
Radio Messages for XMTM Only
XM CAT label.
Refer to “XM Radio Messages” in this sec-
CAT (Category):
3) Turn the tune knob to display the cate-
tion later in this section for further detail.
The CAT button is used to find XMTM sta-
gory you want removed.
tions when the radio is in the XMTM mode.
4) Press the pushbutton located under the
Playing a CD
To find XMTM channels within a desired
Remove label until the category name
(in either the DVD or CD slot)
category, perform the following:
along with the word Removed displays.
Insert a CD partway into the slot, label side
1)
Press the BAND button until the XM™
5) Repeat the steps to remove more cate-
up. The player pulls it in and the CD should
frequency displays. Press the CAT but-
gories.
begin playing (loading a disc into the sys-
ton to display the category labels on the
tem, depending on media type and format
radio display. Continue pressing the
Removed categories can be restored by
ranges from 5 to 20 seconds for a CD, and
CAT button until the desired category
pressing the pushbutton under the Add
up to 30 seconds for a DVD to begin play-
name is displayed. Another way to navi-
label when a removed category displays or
ing).
gate the category list is to press the
by pressing the pushbutton under the
If the ignition or radio is turned off, with a
REV button or the FWD button.
Restore All label.
CD in the player, it stays in the player.
2)
Press either of the two buttons below
Categories cannot be removed or added
When the ignition or radio is turned on, the
the desired category label to immedi-
while the vehicle is moving faster than 5
CD starts playing where it stopped, if it was
ately tune to the first XMTM station
mph (8 km/h).
the last selected audio source. The CD is
associated with that category.
controlled by the buttons on the radio face-
3)
Turn the tune knob, press the buttons
Radio Messages
plate. The DVD/CD decks, (upper slot is
below the right or left arrows displayed,
the DVD deck and the lower slot is the CD
or press the right or left SEEK buttons
Calibration Error:
deck) of the radio are compatible with most
to go to the next or previous XMTM sta-
The audio system has been calibrated for
audio CDs, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3s.
tion within the selected category.
your vehicle from the factory. If Calibration
4)
To exit the category search mode,
Error displays, it means that the radio has
When a CD is inserted, the text label DVD
press the FAV button or BAND button to
not been configured properly for your vehi-
or CD symbol appears on the left side of
display your favorites again.
cle and it must be returned to your dealer
the radio display. As each new track starts
for service.
to play, the track number appears on the
Undesired XMTM categories can be
display.
Locked:
removed through the setup menu. To
This message displays when the THEFT-
The CD player can play the smaller 3 inch
remove an undesired category, perform the
LOCK® system has locked up the radio.
(8 cm) single CDs with an adapter ring.
following:
Take the vehicle to your dealer for service.
Full-size CDs and the smaller CDs are
1) Press the MENU button to display the
loaded in the same manner.
If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error
radio setup menu.
cannot be corrected, contact your dealer.
If playing a CD-R, the sound quality can be
reduced due to CD-R quality, the method
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of recording, the quality of the music that
CD (Eject):
SEEK
:
has been recorded, and the way the CD-R
Press and release the CD eject button to
Press the left SEEK arrow to go to the start
has been handled. There can be an
eject the CD that is currently playing in the
of the current track, if more than five sec-
increase in skipping, difficulty in finding
bottom slot. A beep sounds and Ejecting
onds on the CD have played. If less than
tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
Disc displays. Once the disc is ejected,
five seconds on the CD have played, the
ejecting. If these problems occur, check
Remove Disc displays. The CD can be
previous track plays. Press the right SEEK
the bottom surface of the CD. If the surface
removed. If the CD is not removed, after
arrow to go to the next track. If either SEEK
of the CD is damaged, such as cracked,
several seconds, the CD automatically
arrow is held, or pressed multiple times,
broken, or scratched, the CD will not play
pulls back into the player.
the player continues moving backward or
properly. If the surface of the CD is soiled,
forward through the tracks on the CD.
If loading and reading of a CD cannot be
refer to “Care of Your CDs and DVDs” in
completed, such as unknown format, etc.,
REV (Reverse):
this section for more information.
and the disc fails to eject, press and hold
Press and hold this button to reverse play-
If there is no apparent damage, try a
the DVD eject button for more than five
back quickly within a track. Sound is heard
known good CD.
seconds to force the disc to eject.
at a reduced volume. Release this push-
button to resume playing the track. The
DVD (Eject):
CAUTION
elapsed time of the track displays.
Press and release the DVD eject button to
If a label is added to a CD, or more
eject the CD that is currently playing in the
FWD (Fast Forward):
than one CD is inserted into the slot
bottom slot. A beep sounds and Ejecting
Press and hold this button to advance play-
at a time, or an attempt is made to
Disc displays. Once the disc is ejected,
back quickly within a track. Sound is heard
play scratched or damaged CDs, the
Remove Disc displays. The CD can be
at a reduced volume. Release this button
CD player could be damaged. While
removed. If the CD is not removed, after
to resume playing the track. The elapsed
using the CD player, use only CDs in
several seconds, the CD automatically
time of the track displays.
good condition without any label,
pulls back into the player.
RDM (Random):
load one CD at a time, and keep the
If loading and reading of a CD cannot be
With random, tracks can be listened to in
CD player and the loading slot free of
completed, such as unknown format, etc.,
random, rather than sequential order. To
foreign materials, liquids, and debris.
and the disc fails to eject, press and hold
play the tracks from the CD, press the
the DVD eject button for more than five
DVD/CD AUX button when not sourced to
Do not add any label to a CD. It could get
seconds to force the disc to eject.
the CD, or insert a disc partway into the
caught in the CD player. If a CD is
slot. A RDM label displays. Press the
recorded on a personal computer and a
(Tune):
pushbutton positioned under the RDM
description label is needed, try labeling the
Turn this knob to select tracks on the CD
label until Random Current Disc displays.
top of the recorded CD with a marking pen.
that is currently playing.
Press the pushbutton again to turn off ran-
If an error displays, see “CD Messages”
dom play.
later in this section.
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BAND:
Audio Output
CD Messages
Press this button to listen to the radio when
Only one audio source can be heard
If these messages displays and/or the CD
a CD or DVD is playing. The CD or DVD
through the speakers at one time. An audio
comes out, it could be for one of the follow-
remains inside the radio for future listening
source is defined as DVD slot, CD slot,
ing reasons:
or for viewing entertainment.
XMTM, FM/AM, Front Auxiliary Jack, or
Optical Error:
Rear Auxiliary Jack.
DVD/CD AUX (Auxiliary):
The disc was inserted upside down.
Press this button to cycle through DVD,
Press the power button to turn the radio
Disk Read Error:
CD, or Auxiliary when listening to the radio.
on. The radio can be heard through all of
A disc was inserted with an invalid or
The DVD/CD text label and a message
the vehicle speakers.
unknown format.
showing the track or chapter number dis-
Front seat passengers can listen to the
plays when a disc is in either slot. Press
Player Error:
radio
(AM, FM, or XM) by pressing the
this button again and the system automati-
There are disc LOAD or disc EJECT prob-
BAND button or the DVD/CD AUX button
cally searches for an auxiliary input device,
lems.
to select CD slot, DVD slot, front or rear
such as a portable audio player. If a porta-
auxiliary input (if available).
• It is very hot. When the temperature
ble audio player is not connected, “No Aux
returns to normal, the CD should play.
Input Device” displays. If a disc is in both
If a playback device is plugged into the
• You are driving on a very rough road.
the DVD slot and the CD slot the DVD/CD
radio’s front auxiliary input jack or the rear
When the road becomes smoother, the
AUX button cycles between the two
auxiliary jack, the front seat passengers
CD should play.
sources and not indicate “No Aux Input
are able to listen to playback from this
• The CD is dirty, scratched, wet, or
Device”. If a front auxiliary device is con-
source through the vehicle speakers. Refer
upside down.
nected, the DVD/CD AUX button cycles
to “Using the Auxiliary Input Jack(s)” later
• The air is very humid. If so, wait about an
through all available options, such as: DVD
in this section, or
“Audio/Video
(A/V)
hour and try again.
slot, CD slot, Front Auxiliary, and Rear
Jacks” under,
“Rear Seat Entertainment
• There could have been a problem while
Auxiliary (if available). Refer to “Using the
System” in this section for more informa-
burning the CD.
Auxiliary Input Jack(s)” later in this section,
tion.
• The label could be caught in the CD
or “Audio/Video (A/V) Jacks” under, “Rear
player.
Seat Entertainment System” in this section
Playing an MP3/WMA CD-R or CD-RW
for more information.
Disc
If the CD is not playing correctly, for any
A radio with CD and DVD has the capabil-
other reason, try a known good CD.
If a disc is inserted into top DVD slot, the
ity of playing an MP3/WMA CD-R or CD-
rear seat operator can turn on the video
If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error
RW disc. For more information on how to
screen and use the remote control to navi-
cannot be corrected, contact your dealer. If
play an MP3/WMA CD-R or CD-RW disc,
gate the CD
(tracks only) through the
the radio displays an error message, write
refer to “Using an MP3” in the index.
remote control.
it down and provide it to your dealer when
reporting the problem.
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Using the DVD Player
disc is in both the DVD slot and the CD slot
mation given earlier in this section specific
The DVD player is controlled by the but-
the DVD/CD AUX button cycles between
to the radio, CD, and the DVD. Also, refer
tons on the remote control or by the but-
the two sources and not indicate “No Aux
to “Setting the Time” in the index, for set-
tons on the radio faceplate. Refer to
Input Device”. If a front auxiliary device is
ting the clock and date.
“Remote Control”, under “Rear Seat Enter-
connected, the DVD/CD AUX button cycles
SEEK (Previous Track/Chapter):
tainment System” in this section for more
through all available options, such as: DVD
Press this button to return to the start of
information.
slot, CD slot, Front Auxiliary, and Rear
the current track or chapter. Press this but-
Auxiliary (if available). Refer to “Using the
The DVD player is only compatible with
ton again to go to the previous track or
Auxiliary Input Jack(s)” later in this section,
DVDs of the appropriate region code that
chapter. This button might not work when
or “Audio/Video (A/V) Jacks” under, “Rear
is printed on the jacket of most DVDs.
the DVD is playing the copyright informa-
Seat Entertainment System” in this section
The DVD slot of the radio is compatible
tion or the previews.
for more information.
with most audio CDs, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-
SEEK
(Next Track/Chapter):
Video, DVD-Audio, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/
(Power):
Press this button to go to the next track or
RW media along with MP3 and WMA for-
Press this knob to turn the radio on or off.
chapter. This button might not work when
mats.
Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
the DVD is playing the copyright informa-
wise to increase or decrease the volume.
If an error message appears on the video
tion or the previews.
Press and hold the knob for more than two
screen or the radio, refer to “DVD Display
seconds to turn off the entire radio and
REV (Reverse):
Error Messages” under, “Rear Seat Enter-
Rear Seat Entertainment
(RSE) system
Press this button to quickly reverse the CD
tainment System” in this section and “DVD
and to start the parental control feature.
or DVD at five times the normal speed. The
Radio Error Messages” in this section for
Parental control prevents the rear seat
radio displays the elapsed time while in
more information.
occupant from operating the remote con-
fast reverse. To stop fast reversing, press
trol.
this button again. This button might not
Playing a DVD
work when the DVD is playing the copy-
A lock symbol appears next to the clock
DVD/CD AUX (Auxiliary):
right information or the previews.
display. The parental control feature
Press this button to cycle through DVD,
remains on until this button is pressed and
FWD (Fast Forward):
CD, or Auxiliary when listening to the radio.
held for more than two seconds again, or
Press this button to fast forward the CD or
The DVD/CD text label and a message
until the driver turns the ignition off and
DVD. The radio displays the elapsed time
showing track or chapter number displays
exits the vehicle.
and fast forwards five times the normal
when a disc is in either slot.
speed. To stop fast forwarding, press this
Press this button again and the system
(Tune):
button again. This button might not work
automatically searches for an auxiliary
Turn this knob to change tracks on a CD or
when the DVD is playing the copyright
input device, such as a portable audio
DVD, to manually tune a radio station, or to
information or the previews.
player. If a portable audio player is not con-
change clock or date settings, while in the
nected, “No Aux Input Device” displays. If a
clock or date setting mode. See the infor-
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(Eject):
Some DVDs begin playing after the pre-
DVD-A (Audio) Display Buttons
Press this button to eject a CD or DVD. If a
views have finished, although there might
Once a DVD-A is inserted, radio display
CD or DVD is ejected, but not removed, the
be a delay of up to 30 seconds. If the DVD
menu shows several tag options for DVD
player automatically pulls it back in after 15
does not begin playing the movie automati-
playing. Press the pushbuttons located
seconds.
cally, press the pushbutton located under
under any desired tag option during DVD
If loading and reading of a CD cannot be
the play/pause symbol tag displayed on
playback. See the tag options listed below
completed, because of an unknown for-
the radio. If the DVD still does not play,
for more information. The rear seat opera-
mat, etc., and the disc fails to eject, press
refer to the on-screen instructions, if avail-
tor can navigate the DVD-A menus and
and hold the CD eject button for more than
able.
controls through the remote control. Refer
five seconds to force the disc to eject.
to
“Remote Control”, under
“Rear Seat
(Stop):
Entertainment System” in this section for
Press this button to stop playing, rewind-
DVD-V (Video) Display Buttons
more information. The Video Screen does
ing, or fast forwarding a DVD.
Once a DVD-V is inserted, the radio dis-
not automatically power on when the DVD-
play menu shows several tag options for
(Enter):
A is inserted into the DVD slot. It must be
DVD playing. Press the pushbuttons
Press this button to select the choices that
manually turned on by the rear seat occu-
located under any desired tag option dur-
are highlighted in any menu.
pant through the remote control power but-
ing DVD playback. See the tag options
ton.
(Menu):
listed below for more information.
Press this button to access the DVD menu.
/
(Play/Pause):
The rear seat passenger can navigate the
The DVD menu is different on every DVD.
Press either the play or pause icon dis-
DVD-V menus and controls through the
Use the pushbuttons located under the
plays on the radio system, to toggle
remote control. Refer to “Remote Control”,
navigation arrows to navigate the cursor
between pausing or restarting playback of
under “Rear Seat Entertainment System”
through the DVD menu. After making a
a DVD. If the forward arrow is showing on
in this section for more information. The
selection press the enter button. This but-
display, the system is in pause mode. If the
Video Screen automatically turns on when
ton only operates when using a DVD.
pause icon is showing on display, the sys-
the DVD-V is inserted into the DVD slot.
tem is in playback mode.
Nav (Navigate):
/
(Play/Pause):
Press this button to display directional
Group
:
Press either the play or pause icon dis-
arrows for navigating through the menus.
Press this button to cycle through musical
plays on the radio system, to toggle
groupings on the DVD-A disc.
(Return):
between pausing or restarting playback of
Press this button to exit the current active
Nav (Navigate):
a DVD. If the forward arrow is showing on
menu and return to the previous menu.
Press this button to display directional
display, the system is in pause mode. If the
This button operates only when a DVD is
arrows for navigating through the menus.
pause icon is showing on display, the sys-
playing and a menu is active.
tem is in playback mode. If the DVD screen
(Audio Stream):
is off, press the play button to turn the
Press this button to cycle through audio
screen on.
stream formats located on the DVD-A disc.
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There is not any type of notification for the
play/pause symbol tag displayed on the
Disc Format Error:
customer to see through the radio display,
radio. The DVD should resume play from
This message displays, if the disc is
but VSM has a text field that shows audio
where it last stopped if the disc has not
inserted with the disc label wrong side up,
stream changing.
been ejected and the stop button has not
or if the disc is damaged.
been pressed twice on the remote control.
Disc Region Error:
Inserting a Disc
If the disc has been ejected or the stop but-
This message displays, if the disc is not
To play a disc, gently insert the disc, with
ton has been pressed twice on the remote
from a correct region.
the label side up, into the loading slot. The
control, the disc resumes playing at the
DVD player might not accept some paper
beginning of the disc.
No Disc Inserted:
labeled media. The player starts loading
This message displays, if no disc is
the disc into the system and show “Load-
Ejecting a Disc
present when the EJECT or DVD/CD AUX
ing Disc” on the radio display. At the same
Press the eject button on the radio to eject
button is pressed on the radio.
time, the radio displays a softkey menu of
the disc. If a disc is ejected from the radio,
option(s). Some discs automatically play
but not removed, the radio reloads the disc
Using the Auxiliary Input Jack(s)
the movie while others default to the soft-
after a short period of time. The disc is
The radio system has an auxiliary input
key menu display, which requires the Play,
stored in the radio. The radio does not
jack located on the lower right side of the
Enter, or Navigation softkeys to be
resume play of the disc automatically. In
faceplate. This is not an audio output; do
pressed; either by softkey or by the rear
case loading and reading of a DVD or CD
not plug the headphone set into the front
seat passenger using the remote control.
cannot be completed
(unknown format,
auxiliary input jack. However, an external
Loading a disc into the system, depending
etc.), and the disc fails to eject, press and
audio device such as an iPod, laptop com-
on media type and format, ranges from
hold the DVD Eject button more than five
puter, MP3 player, CD player, or cassette
5 to 20 seconds for a CD, and up to 30
seconds to force the disc to eject.
tape player, etc. can be connected to the
seconds for a DVD.
auxiliary input jack for use as another
DVD Radio Error Messages
source for audio listening.
Stopping and Resuming Playback
Drivers are encouraged to set up any auxil-
Player Error:
To stop playing a DVD without turning off
iary device while the vehicle is in PARK
This message displays when there are disc
the system, press the stop button on the
(P). Refer to “Defensive Driving” in “Your
load or eject problems.
remote control, or press the pushbutton
Driving, the Road, and Your Vehicle” in the
located under the stop or the play/pause
“Driving Your Vehicle” section for more
symbol tags displayed on the radio. If the
information on driver distraction.
radio head is sourced to something other
To use a portable audio player, connect a
than DVD-V, press the DVD/CD AUX but-
1/8 inch (3.5 mm) cable to the radio’s front
ton to make DVD-V the active source. To
auxiliary input jack. While a device is con-
resume DVD playback, press the play/
nected, the radio automatically begins
pause button on the remote control, or
playing audio from the device over the
press the pushbutton located under the
vehicle speakers.
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To listen to a device through the rear auxil-
nected, the DVD/CD AUX button cycles
Do not mix standard audio and MP3 files
iary input over the speakers, cycle the
through all available options, such as: DVD
on one disc.
DVD/CD Aux button on the radio faceplate
slot, CD slot, Front Auxiliary, and Rear
The CD player is able to read and play a
until “Rear Aux Input” displays on the radio.
Auxiliary (if available). Refer to “Using the
maximum of 50 folders, 15 playlists, and
The RSA or DVD Screen must be on in
Auxiliary Input Jack(s)” later in this section,
512 folders and files.
order for the radio to source to rear auxil-
or “Audio/Video (A/V) Jacks” under, “Rear
Create a folder structure that makes it
iary.
Seat Entertainment System” in this section
easy to find songs while driving. Orga-
for more information.
nize songs by albums using one folder
(Power/Volume):
for each album. Each folder or album
Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
Using an MP3
should contain 18 songs or less.
wise to increase or decrease the volume of
(Radio with Single CD Player)
Avoid subfolders. The system can sup-
the portable player. Additional volume
port up to eight subfolders deep, how-
adjustments might be needed from the
MP3 CD-R or CD-RW Disc
ever, keep the total number of folders to
portable device if the volume is not loud or
The radio plays MP3 files that were
a minimum in order to reduce the com-
soft enough.
recorded on a CD-R or CD-RW disc. The
plexity and confusion in trying to locate a
files can be recorded with the following
BAND:
particular folder during playback.
fixed bit rates: 32 kbps, 40 kbps, 56 kbps,
Press this button to listen to the radio when
Make sure playlists have a .mp3 or .wpl
64 kbps, 80 kbps, 96 kbps, 112 kbps, 128
a portable audio device is playing. The por-
extension (other file extensions may not
kbps, 160 kbps, 192 kbps, 224 kbps, 256
table audio device continues playing, so
work).
kbps, and 320 kbps or a variable bit rate.
you might want to stop it or power it off.
Minimize the length of the file, folder, or
Song title, artist name, and album are
playlist names. Long file, folder, or playl-
DVD/CD AUX (CD/Auxiliary):
available for display by the radio when
ist names, or a combination of a large
Press this button to cycle through DVD,
recorded using ID3 tags version 1 and 2.
number of files and folders, or playlists
CD, or Auxiliary when listening to the radio.
Compressed Audio
may cause the player to be unable to
The DVD/CD text label and a message
The radio will also play discs that contain
play up to the maximum number of files,
showing track or chapter number displays
both uncompressed CD audio (.CDA files)
folders, playlists, or sessions. If you wish
when a disc is in either slot. Press this but-
and MP3 files. By default the radio shows
to play a large number of files, folders,
ton again and the system automatically
the MP3 label on the left side of the screen
playlists or sessions, minimize the length
searches for an auxiliary input device, such
but plays both file formats in the order in
of the file, folder, or playlist name. Long
as a portable audio player. If a portable
which they were recorded to the disc.
names also take up more space on the
audio player is not connected, “No Aux
display, potentially getting cut off.
Input Device” displays. If a disc is in both
MP3 Format
Finalize the audio disc before you burn it.
the DVD slot and the CD slot the DVD/CD
If you burn your own MP3 disc on a per-
Trying to add music to an existing disc
AUX button cycles between the two
sonal computer:
may cause the disc not to function in the
sources and not indicate “No Aux Input
• Make sure the MP3 files are recorded on
player.
Device”. If a front auxiliary device is con-
a CD-R or CD-RW disc.
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You can change playlists by using the pre-
folder. The next and previous folder func-
then the radio displays the file name with-
vious and next folder buttons, the tuner
tions do not display on a CD-R that was
out the extension (such as .mp3) as the
knob, or the seek buttons. You can also
recorded without folders or playlists.
track name.
play an MP3 CD-R that was recorded
When the CD-R contains only playlists and
Track names longer than 32 characters or
using no file folders. If a CD-R contains
compressed audio files, but no folders, all
four pages are shortened. The display
more than the maximum of 50 folders, 15
files are located under the root folder. The
does not show parts of words on the last
playlists, and
512 folders and files, the
folder down and the folder up buttons
page of text and the extension of the file-
player lets you access and navigate up to
searches playlists (Px) first and then goes
name is not displayed.
the maximum, but all items over the maxi-
to the root folder.
mum are not accessible.
Preprogrammed Playlists
Order of Play
You can access preprogrammed playlists
Root Directory
Tracks recorded to the CD-R are played in
that were created using WinAmpTM, Music-
The root directory of the CD-R is treated
the following order:
MatchTM, or Real JukeboxTM software,
as a folder. If the root directory has com-
however, you do not have playlist editing
pressed audio files, the directory is dis-
• Play begins from the first track in the first
capability using the radio. These playlists
played as the CD label. All files contained
playlist and continues sequentially
are treated as special folders containing
directly under the root directory are
through all tracks in each playlist. When
compressed audio song files.
accessed prior to any root directory fold-
the last track of the last playlist has been
ers. However, playlists
(Px) are always
played, play continues from the first track
Playing an MP3
accessed before root folders or files.
of the first playlist.
Insert a CD-R partway into the slot label
• Play begins from the first track in the first
side up. The player pulls it in, and the CD-
If a disc contains both uncompressed CD
folder and continues sequentially
R should begin playing.
audio (.CDA) and MP3 files, a folder under
through all tracks in each folder. When
the root directory called CD access all of
If you turn off the ignition or radio with a
the last track of the last folder has
the CD audio tracks on the disc.
CD-R in the player it stays in the player.
played, play continues from the first track
When you turn on the ignition or radio, the
Empty Directory or Folder
of the first folder.
CD-R starts to play where it stopped, if it
If a root directory or a folder exists some-
When play enters a new folder, the display
was the last selected audio source.
where in the file structure that contains
does not automatically show the new folder
only folders/subfolders and no compressed
As each new track starts to play, the track
name unless you have chosen the folder
files directly beneath them, the player
number and song title appears on the dis-
mode as the default display. The new track
advances to the next folder in the file struc-
play.
name appears on the display.
ture that contains compressed audio files.
The CD player can play the smaller 3 inch
The empty folder does not display.
File System and Naming
(8 cm) single CD-Rs with an adapter ring.
The song name that displays is the song
No Folder
Full-size CD-Rs and the smaller CD-Rs
name that is contained in the ID3 tag. If the
When the CD-R contains only compressed
are loaded in the same manner.
song name is not present in the ID3 tag,
files, the files are located under the root
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