Introduction

Introduction  - Rear Seat Entertainment  Dual Screen (RSE) - Audio - Volvo XC90 Owners Manual - Volvo XC90

The RSE system can be used at the same time as the vehicles audio system.

When the rear seat passengers play a DVD, connect an external device to the RSE AUX connectors, etc., and listen to the audio through the cordless headphones, the driver and front seat passenger can still use the vehicle's audio system to listen to the radio, a CD, music stored on an MP3 player, etc.

Please also refer to the Quick Guide provided with the RSE system for additional information.

Electrical current - ignition key
The RSE system can be activated with the ignition in position I or II (see page 141 for information on the ignition positions), or when the engine is running. While the engine is being started, a film or music that is currently being played will pause momentarily and resume playing when the engine has started.

When the RSE system has been used once when the ignition is switched off, it will be then be blocked for further use. RSE can be restarted by turning the ignition key to position I.

NOTE
Using RSE for more than approximately 10 minutes with the engine switched off may drain the vehicles battery and make it difficult or impossible to start the engine.

If this occurs, a message will be displayed on the RSE systems screens.

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