DVD-A (Audio) Display Buttons

Once a DVD-A is inserted, the radio display menu shows several icons.

Press the softkeys under any icon during DVD playback. See the icon list below for more information.

A rear seat passenger can navigate the DVD-A menus and controls through the remote control. See “Remote Control” under Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) System on page 7‑38 for more information.

The Video Screen does not automatically power on when the DVD-A is inserted into the DVD slot.

It must be manually turned on by the rear seat passenger through the remote control power button.

• If the forward arrow is showing, the system is in pause mode. (Play/Pause): Press either the play or pause icon displayed on the radio system, to toggle between pausing or restarting playback of a DVD.
• If the forward arrow is showing, the system is in pause mode.
• If the pause icon is showing, the system is in playback mode.

: Press to cycle through musical groupings on the DVD-A disc. Group : Press to cycle through musical groupings on the DVD-A disc. : Press to cycle through musical groupings on the DVD-A disc.

Nav (Navigate): Press to display directional arrows for navigating through the menus.

The video screen shows the audio stream changing. (Audio Stream): Press to cycle through audio stream formats located on the DVD-A disc.

The video screen shows the audio stream changing.

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