Audio Output

Only one audio source can be heard through the speakers at one time.

An audio source is defined as DVD slot, CD slot, XM, FM-AM, front auxiliary jack, USB port, or rear auxiliary jack.

Press the O button to turn the radio on. The radio can be heard through all of the vehicle speakers.

Front seat passengers can listen to the radio (AM, FM, or XM if equipped) by pressing the BAND button or the DVD/CD AUX button to select CD slot, DVD slot, front auxiliary input, USB port, or rear auxiliary input (if available).

If a playback device is plugged into the radio’s front auxiliary input jack, USB port, or the rear auxiliary jack, the front seat passengers are able to listen to playback from this source through the vehicle speakers. See “Using the Auxiliary Input Jack” in Auxiliary Devices on page 7‑33, or “Audio/Video (A/V) Jacks” under Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) System on page 7‑38 for more information.

In some vehicles, depending on audio options, the rear speakers can be muted when the RSA power is turned on. See Rear Seat Audio (RSA) System on page 7‑48 for more information.

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