Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback (BR): Folder selection

Press the “” side of the “FOLDER”


Press the “button briefly to select the next folder.” side of the “FOLDER”
button briefly to select the next folder.

Press the “to go back to the previous folder.” side of the button briefly
to go back to the previous folder.

NOTE

● Selecting folders in this way is possible only within a single disc.

● Only MP3/WMA/AAC folders are recognized when an attempt to select the next or previous folder is made. If no appropriate folder exists on the disc, pressing the “side of the “FOLDER” button starts playback beginning with the first track/file” or “side of the “FOLDER” button starts playback beginning with the first track/file
side of the “FOLDER” button starts playback beginning with the first track/file (track).

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