Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

Fast forward or reverse is operated in the same way a CD is played. For details, refer to “Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing”.

NOTE
When connecting iPod®:
- When the end of an index is reached while fast forwarding, fast forwarding ends and play begins from the beginning of the next index.

- When the beginning of an index is reached while rewinding, rewinding ends and play begins from the beginning of the index.

See also:

Page (track/folder title) scroll
If you press the “TEXT” button again for at least 0.5 second, the title will be scrolled so you can see all of it. NOTE The display is designed to show titles for up to 30 characters. ...

Washing
CAUTION ● When washing the vehicle, the brakes may get wet. As a result, the brake stopping distance will be longer.

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    Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

    Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

    Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

    Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

    Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

    Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

    Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

    Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing

    Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing