Dodge Avenger: Video entertainment system (VES)™ — if equipped - Understanding your instrument panel - Dodge Avenger Owners ManualDodge Avenger: Video entertainment system (VES)™ — if equipped

The optional Video Entertainment System (VES)™ includesthe following components for rear seat entertainment:

• Adiagonal 7 in (17.8 cm) Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)screen integrated into the center console armrest. Thescreen features brightness control for optimum daytimeand nighttime viewing.

Opening the Rear

Opening the Rear Seat VES™

• The LCD screen swings up from the rear of the armrestto allow the rear seat passenger(s) to view the display.

VES™ Video Screen

VES™ Video Screen

NOTE: Close the armrest after the LCD screen has beenraised to its viewing position.

• The radio and DVD player controls allow front seatoperation for easy setup in the case of younger rearseat passengers.

• A battery-powered infrared remote control snaps intoa molded compartment in the center console armrestupper storage bin.

VES™ Remote Control

VES™ Remote Control

• Two wireless infrared headsets allow rear seat passengersto listen to the same or individual audio sources.

Audio/Video RCA Jacks (AUX Jacks)on the rear of the center console enablethe

Audio/Video RCA Jacks (AUX Jacks)on the rear of the center console enablethe monitor to display video directlyfrom a video camera, connect videogames for display on the screen, orplay music directly from an MP3player.

1. Video in (yellow).

2. Left audio in (white).

3. Right audio in (red).

NOTE: Refer to the “Uconnect™ Multimedia” section ofUconnect™ User Manual located on the DVD for furtherdetails.

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