Time Shifting (Radio with CD/DVD and MEM)

The radio with MEM time shift feature can rewind 20 minutes of FM/AM content. While listening to the radio, the content from the current station is always being buffered.

Press radio displays the time shift status to pause the radio. The radio displays the time shift status bar. The status bar shows the amount of content stored in the buffer and the current pause point.

To resume playback from the current pause point, press The radio is no longer live, but again.

The radio is no longer live, but played from the time shift buffer.

A status bar displays below the station number.

Press and hold to fast or forward or rewind through the time to fast forward or rewind through the time shift buffer. Hold of until the end of the recorded buffer resumes live playback.

Press and release to jump or forward or back 30 seconds in the to jump forward or back 30 seconds in the time shift buffer.

When the radio station is changed, the buffer is cleared and automatically restarted for the current station. Content from a previously tuned station is no longer available.

The time shift feature is not available while recording or with other sources of playback.

Pausing AM/FM with the Vehicle Turned Off

If AM/FM is paused when the vehicle is turned off, the radio continues to buffer the current radio station for up to 20 minutes. If the vehicle is turned back on within 20 minutes, the radio resumes playback from the paused point.

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