Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: CD player operation

NOTE

● Make sure to always insert a disc with the label side up. If a disc is inserted with the label side down, the player displays “CHECK DISC”. Refer to “When the following messages are displayed” F5-27.

● If a disc is inserted during a radio broadcast, the disc will interrupt the broadcast.

● After the last track finishes, the disc will automatically return to track 1 (the first track on the disc) and will automatically play back.

● The player is designed to be able to play music CD-Rs and music CD-RWs, but it may not be able to play certain ones.

● CDs (i.e., 8 cm/3 inch CDs) are not supported, and if inserted, they will be immediately ejected.

● Copyright protected WMA/AAC files will not be played by the system. The player will automatically skip to the next file (track).

● Audio data recorded in the MP3/ WMA/AAC formats may not be played depending on the data recording condition.

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While the ignition switch is in the “Acc” or “ON” position, hold a disc with a finger in the center hole while gripping the edge of the disc, then insert it in to the slot (with the label

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1. Briefly press the “LOAD” button. If the magazine in the player has an idle position where you can insert a disc, the disc number indicator associated with the idle position will blink. I

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1. Briefly press the “LOAD” button. If the magazine in the player has an idle position where you can insert a disc, the disc number indicator associated with the idle position will blink. T

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