Buick LaCrosse: Control Buttons - Mass Storage Media (MEM) - Audio Players - Infotainment System - Buick LaCrosse Owners ManualBuick LaCrosse: Control Buttons

The buttons used to control the MEM player are:

MEM/DVD/AUX: Press to select the MEM player.

: Press to select tracks or or to rewind or fast forward within a : Press to select tracks or to rewind or fast forward within a track.

INFO: Press to display additional information about the MEM track that may be available.

TUNE/ track currently playing; press again : Press to pause the track currently playing; press again to resume playback. Turn to select tracks.

REC from a CD or USB drive. : Press to record music from a CD or USB drive.

DEL: Press to delete the current track from MEM.

FAV (Favorites): Press to display MEM favorites.

1 to 6: Press to select a track or playlist stored in that numeric position.

    Mass Storage Media (MEM)
    Infotainment systems with MEM storage are able to record up to 1.1 GB (gigabyte) of music from audio CDs, MP3/WMA/AAC discs, and USB storage devices. The MEM player can also time shift audio ...

    Recording from Audio CDs
    The infotainment system can record the current song playing or all songs from an audio CD to MEM. A status bar appears on the top of the display when the recording process starts and disappe ...

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