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Subaru Outback: Auxiliary input jack

By connecting a commercial audio product to the vehicle, such as a portable audio


By connecting a commercial audio product to the vehicle, such as a portable audio player, you can hear its sound via the vehicle’s speaker.

An auxiliary (AUX) input jack is equipped in the center console. A stereo mini pin plug (3.5ø) can be inserted in this jack.

The connection cable is available at electrical appliance or similar stores.

To use the AUX input jack:

1. Connect a portable audio player to the AUX input jack.

2. Press the AUX input selection button “CD/AUX” on the audio control panel to


2. Press the AUX input selection button “CD/AUX” on the audio control panel to turn on the auxiliary audio input.

3. Play back the portable audio player. Refer to the Owner’s Manual of the portable audio player.

NOTE

● The output sound of the portable audio player is not loud, and the sound via the vehicle’s speakers that are connected to the vehicle audio set is very low. If you turn up the volume of the audio set, the volume becomes louder. However, when you change the player to the other portable audio player, the sound may become a lot louder. Turn down the volume when you change between them.

● In some cases, when the sound volume of the portable audio player is low, the sound becomes bad when you turn up the volume of the vehicle audio system. In this case, adjust the sound volume of the portable audio player.

● In some cases, noise occurs because of a bad connection between the portable player and the audio system. Try cleaning the stereo jack and audio plug.

● If noise is not reduced, check for disconnection of the cord or malfunctions of the portable player.

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