CD player/changer

CD player/changer  - Audio - Volvo XC90 Owners Manual - Volvo XC90

Playing a CD

Playing a CD

CD player

If a CD is in the slot and the audio system is in CD mode when it is switched on, the CD will be played automatically. Otherwise, to play a CD:

1. Insert a CD into the slot (2).
2. Select the CD mode using the SELECTOR control (4) or the CD button (1).

CD changer

The CD changer can hold up to six discs.

If a CD position in the changer containing a disc is selected, and the audio system is in CD mode when it is switched on, the CD will play automatically. Otherwise, to play a CD:

1. Select an empty position using the station setting buttons 1 Ц 6. INSERT DISC will be displayed. Be sure this text is displayed before inserting a disc. The numbers of positions already containing discs are shown in the display.
2. Insert a CD into the slot (2).
3. Select the CD mode using the SELECTOR control (4) or the CD button (1).

Ejecting CDs

CD player

Press the EJECT button (3) to eject the CD.

CD changer

Ejecting one disc

A short press on the EJECT button (3) will eject the CD that is currently playing.

NOTE
For reasons of traffic safety, the ejected CD must be removed within 12 seconds or it will be automatically drawn back into the slot and the CD player will enter pause mode.

Press the CD button to restart the disc.

Ejecting all discs

A long press on the EJECT button (3) starts the EJECT ALL function.

The text EJECTING ALL will be displayed and the entire magazine will be emptied disc by disc.

Pause

To pause CD playback, turn the volume all the way down. "CD paused" will be displayed.

This will not occur if someone in the rear seat is listening to the CD through the optional headphones.

Play will resume when the volume is turned up again.

Audio files

In addition to playing normal music CDs, the CD player/changer can also play discs containing files in mp3 or wma format.

NOTE
Certain discs that are copy protected cannot be read by the player.

When a disc with audio files is inserted in the player, the player scans the disc's folders before it begins playing the files. The length of time that this takes depends on the quality of the disc.

Navigating the disc and playing tracks

If a disc with audio files is in the CD player, press ENTER to display a list of folders on the disc.

Use the up and down arrows to move among files have the the folders on the disc. Audio files have the symbol and folders containing these files have the Press ENTER to play a selected folder or a file. symbol.

Press ENTER to play a selected folder or a file.

When the music file has been played, the player will continue to play the rest of the files in the current folder. When all of the files in the folder have been played, the player will automatically go to the next folder and play the files in it.

NOTE
Press the current track does not fit in the display. if the entire name of the current track does not fit in the display.

Changing tracks

CD player/CD changer

1. Briefly press next/previous track or file. The steeringto go to the next/previous track or file. The steering wheel keypad can be used in the same way.
2. Press and hold down search within a track/file. The search continuesto search within a track/file. The search continues as long as the buttons are depressed. The steering wheel keypad can be used in the same way.

SCAN

This function plays the first ten seconds of each track or file.

1. Press SCAN to begin scanning the tracks or files on the currently selected CD.
2. Press EXIT/CLEAR or SCAN to interrupt the scan function and listen to an entire track or file.

Random play

CD player

This function plays the tracks or files on a CD in random order (shuffle).

If a normal music CD is being played

Select RANDOM in the menu and press ENTER.

If a CD with mp3 or wma files is being played

Select DISC or FOLDER in the menu and press ENTER.

CD changer

This function offers two alternatives for playing the tracks on the disc(s) in the CD changer in random order (shuffle).

Х SINGLE DISC (random order on the currently selected disc)
Х ALL DISCS (random order on all of the CDs in the changer)

If a normal music CD is being played

Х Select RANDOM in the menu and press ENTER.
Х Select SINGLE DISC or ALL DISCS and press ENTER.

NOTE
Press to play the next randomly selected track. This can only be done on the currently selected disc.

If a CD with mp3 or wma files is being played

Select SINGLE DISC or FOLDER In the menu and press ENTER.

This function is deactivated when a new disc is selected.

Disctext

Certain CDs contain information about the disc, such as the titles of the tracks, etc. This information can be shown in the display by activating the DISCTEXT function.

1. Press the MENU button.
2. Select DISCTEXT in the menu and press ENTER.
3. Any information that may be stored on the disc will be displayed.

To deactivate this function, select DISCTEXT and press ENTER.

Compact disc care

Х Do not put tape or labels on the disc itself.

They could become stuck in the player.
Х Use CD standard EN 60908 discs only.

Discs not meeting this standard may cause problems with system (poor sound). CDR discs can cause listening problems due to the quality of the disc or recording equipment used.
Х DualDisc: The audio side of a DualDisc (combined CD/DVD) does not meet CD specifications and may not play in your audio system.
Х Keep the discs clean. Wipe them with a soft, clean, lint-free cloth, working from the center outwards. If necessary, dampen the cloth with a neutral soap solution. Dry thoroughly before using.
Х Never use cleaning spray or antistatic liquid.

Use only cleaners specifically made for CD's.
Х Use discs of the correct size only (3.5" discs should never be used).
Х Volvo does not recommend the use of plastic outer rings on the disc.
Х Condensation may occur on discs/optical components of the changer in cold winter weather. The disc can be dried with a clean, lint-free cloth. Optical components in the CD changer may, however, take up to one hour to dry off.
Х Never attempt to play a disc which is damaged in any way.
Х When not in use, the discs should be stored in their covers. Avoid storing discs in excessive heat, direct sunlight or dusty locations.

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