Overview (Radio with CD/DVD and MEM)

A. VOL/

A. VOL/ • Turns the system on or off
• Turns the system on or off and adjusts the volume.

B. FAV
• Radio: Opens the favorites list.

• MEM: Opens the favorites list.

C. Buttons 1 to 6
• Radio: Saves and selects favorite stations.

• MEM: Saves and selects favorite tracks and playlists.

D. INFO
• Radio: Shows available information about the current station.

• CD: Shows available information about the current track.

E. TUNE/• Manually selects radio
• Manually selects radio stations and pauses time shifted content.

• CD/DVD: Select tracks, pauses playback, and stops playback.

• MEM: Select tracks and pauses playback.

F. RADIO/BAND
• Changes the band while listening to the radio.

• Selects the radio when listening to a different audio source.

G. • Radio: Seeks the previous
• Radio: Seeks the previous station.

• CD: Selects the previous track or rewinds within a track.

• MEM: Selects the previous track or rewinds within a track.

H. • Removes a disc from the
• Removes a disc from the CD/DVD slot.

I. REC • AUX: Records content
• AUX: Records content from audio CDs, MP3/WMA CDs, and USB mass storage devices.

J. DEL
• MEM: Deletes the current track from MEM.

K. • Radio: Seeks the next
• Radio: Seeks the next station.

• CD: Selects the next track or fast forwards within a track.

• MEM: Selects the next track or fast forwards within a track.

L. SELECT
• Selects menu items.

M. Menu Knob
• Opens menus, highlights menu items, or sets numeric values while in a menu.

N. • Menu: Moves one BACK
• Menu: Moves one level back.

• Character Input: Deletes the last character.

O. TONE
• Opens the Tone menu.

P. • Opens the Clock menu.
• Opens the Clock menu.

Q. CONFIG
• Opens the Settings menu.

R. • Opens the Phone
• Opens the Phone main menu.

• Mutes the audio system.

S. MEM/DVD/AUX
• Selects MEM (Memory), CD/DVD, USB, or a connected front or rear auxiliary audio source.

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