Buick LaCrosse: Playing a CD or DVD-A Disc - CD/DVD Player - Audio Players - Infotainment System - Buick LaCrosse Owners ManualBuick LaCrosse: Playing a CD or DVD-A Disc

Press the MEM/DVD/AUX button if there is a disc in the player.

It begins playing.

Information about the disc and current track is shown on the display depending on the data stored.

Selecting CD or DVD-A Tracks

Using the control buttons:

• Press to select the or previous or next track. to select the previous or next track.

• Turn the TUNE knob.

Using the menu:

1. Turn the Menu knob.

2. Select Tracks List.

3. Select the track.

Pausing a CD or DVD-A Track

Press track. Press  again to continue to pause a CD or DVD-A track. Press playing the track. again to continue playing the track.

Playing CD or DVD-A Tracks in Random Order

Turn the Menu knob and set Shuffle Songs to On.

Fast Forward and Rewind

Press and hold to fast or forward or rewind within the current to fast forward or rewind within the current track.

    Removing a CD or DVD
    Press . The disc is pushed out of the CD/DVD slot. If the disc is not removed after it is ejected, it is pulled back in after a few seconds. ...

    Playing an MP3 CD or DVD
    Files that are not stored in folders are displayed in the root directory (disc). The search rate increases if the Menu knob is continuously turned while searching in a list. Selecting an MP3 ...

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