Basic infotainment functions

Basic infotainment functions  - Getting started - Infotainment - Volvo XC60 Owners Manual - Volvo XC60

Controls in the center console for basic infotainment functions
Controls in the center console for basic infotainment functions

1 SOUND: press this button to access the menu for adjusting bass, treble, etc. See page 212 for additional information.

2 VOL: Turn to raise or lower the volume level.

3 Press and hold: switch the system OFF. A Short press: switch the system ON.

Press and hold: switch the system OFF. A short press when the infotainment system is on will mute/unmute the infotainment system sound.

4 Number key pad (used to e.g., select a preset radio station, enter letter/numbers when using a Bluetooth cell phone, etc.

5 TUNE: Turn in either direction to manually tune a radio station or navigate among the menu alternatives shown on the display.

6 OK/MENU: Press to confirm a selection or access the menus for the currently selected infotainment system mode (you can also choose to wait several seconds to automatically accept your selection).

7 EXIT: Go higher in the menu system, interrupt the current function, reject an incoming phone call or erase any characters entered in the display. From the highest level in the current menu, press and hold to go to the infotainment system's main menu view (see page 208).

8 INFO: Press this button to display additional information about a function, song, etc. See page 211 for more information.

9 FAV: This button can be used to store a shortcut to a commonly used function in AM/FM/SIRIUS/DISC, etc. See the section "FAV—storing a shortcut" on page 211 for information on using this button.

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