Playing an MP3 CD or DVD

Files that are not stored in folders are displayed in the root directory (disc).

The search rate increases if the Menu knob is continuously turned while searching in a list.

Selecting an MP3 Track

Using the control buttons:

• Press to select the or previous or next track. to select the previous or next track.

• Turn the TUNE knob.

Using the CD or DVD Menu:

1. Turn the Menu knob.

2. Select Folder List.

3. Select the folder.

4. Select the track.

Searching for MP3s on a CD or DVD

It is normal for the search feature to take some time to display the information after reading the disc due to the amount of information stored on the disc. The infotainment system automatically switches to FM while the disc is being read.

Files that do not have any meta data stored in the ID3 tag display as Unknown.

Tracks can be searched for by:
• Playlists
• Artists
• Albums
• Song Titles
• Genres

The number of objects in each category is shown in parentheses after the category.

To search for tracks:

1. Turn the Menu knob.

2. Select Search.

3. Select: Playlists, Artists, Albums, Song Titles, or Genres.

4. Select the track. The search rate increases if the Menu knob is continuously turned while searching in a list.

Playing MP3 Tracks in Random Order

Turn the Menu knob and then set Shuffle Songs to On.

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