Toyota TUNDRA 2012 Navigation System Owners Manual

Using your audio video system Some basics

AUDIO/VIDEO SYSTEM
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5
“AM” button
Push this button to choose an AM sta-
tion. For details, see pages 147 and
153.
6
“SAT” button
Push this button to choose an SAT
station.  For details, see pages 147
and 159.
7
“DISC/AUX” button
Push this button to turn the CD
changer, DVD player
, Bluetoothr
audio player, AUX or USB
memory/iPod on. For details, see
pages 147, 153, 167, 182 and 187.
8
“AUDIO” button
Push this button to display the audio
control screen.  For details, see page
147.
9
“LOAD/CLOSE” button
Push this button to display the
“Load·Eject” screen or close the dis-
play.  For details, see page 164.
10
“SEEK/TRACK” button
Push either side of this button to seek
up or down for a station, or to access
a desired track, file or chapter.  For
details, see pages 155, 168, 172,
183, 188 and 191.
11
“PWR·VOL” knob
Push this knob to turn the audio sys-
tem on and off, and turn it to adjust the
volume.  For details, see page 147.
This section describes some of the basic
features of your audio system.  Some in-
formation may not pertain to your system.
Your audio system works when the engine
switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” posi-
tion.
CAUTION
For vehicles sold in U.S.A. and Cana-
da:
D
Part 15 of the FCC Rules
FCC Warning:
Changes or modifications in
construction not expressly approved
by the party responsible for com-
pliance could void the user’s author-
ity to operate the equipment. Radio
frequency exposure. This device is
approved for Mobile Application only
and, to comply with applicable FCC
radio frequency exposure regula-
tions, must be used with a distance of
at least 7.9 in. (20 cm) between the an-
tenna and the body of any person at
all time during use.
: Vehicles with rear seat entertainment system
Using your audio/video
system — 
— Some basics