GMC Terrain: Rear Seat Audio (RSA) System - Rear Seat Infotainment - Infotainment System - GMC Terrain Owner's ManualGMC Terrain: Rear Seat Audio (RSA) System

Vehicles with this feature allow the rear seat passengers to listen to and control any of the music sources: radio, CDs, DVDs, or other auxiliary sources. RSA can only control music sources that the front seat passengers are not listening to, except on radios where dual control is allowed.

RSA can function when the front radio is off. when RSA is on. displays on the infotainment system when RSA is on.

Audio can be heard through wired headphones (not included) plugged into the jacks on the RSA. If the vehicle has a Rear Seat Entertainment system with wireless headphones, audio can also be heard on Channel 2 of the wireless headphones.

To listen to a portable audio device through the RSA, attach the portable audio device to either the front or rear auxiliary input, if available. Turn the device on, then choose the front auxiliary input with the RSA SRCE button.

(Power): Press to turn the RSA on

or off. (Power): Press to turn the RSA on or off.

Volume: To increase or decrease headphone volume, turn the knobs located next to the SRCE or PROG buttons. The left knob controls the left headphones and the right knob controls the right headphones.

SRCE (Source): Press to select between the radio, CD, and if these features are available: DVD, front or rear auxiliary, HDD, USB. The front radio may override the rear selection as required.

press to go to the previous or to the next station and stay there. If the front (Seek): While listening to the radio, press to go to the previous or to the next station and stay there. If the front seat passengers are listening to the radio, this function may be inactive on some radios.

Press and hold until “Tune” displays. Continue to or press  or until “Tune” displays. Continue to press to tune to an individual station. Tune or stays active until  or to tune to an individual station. Tune stays active until has not been pressed for several seconds. or If the front seat passengers are listening to the radio, this function may be inactive has not been pressed for several seconds. If the front seat passengers are listening to the radio, this function may be inactive on some radios.

While listening to a disc, press to go to the next track or chapter on the disc. Press to go to the next track or chapter on the disc. Press track or chapter if more than 10 seconds have played. to go back to the start of the current track or chapter if more than 10 seconds have played.

If the front seat passengers are listening to a disc, this function may be inactive on some radios. Press and hold to fast reverse or fast forward. or When a DVD video menu is being displayed, press to fast reverse or fast forward.

When a DVD video menu is being displayed, press to cursor up or down on the menu. Hold or or to cursor up or down on the menu. Hold to cursor left or right on the menu. or PROG (Program): Press to go to the next preset radio station or channel set on to cursor left or right on the menu.

PROG (Program): Press to go to the next preset radio station or channel set on the main radio. If the front seat passengers are listening to the radio, this function may be inactive on some radios.

When a CD or DVD audio disc is playing, press PROG to go to the beginning of the disc or display disc info. If the front seat passengers are listening to a disc, this function may be inactive on some radios.

When a disc is playing in the CD or DVD changer, press and hold PROG to select the next disc, if multiple discs are loaded. If the front seat passengers are listening to a disc, this function may be inactive on some radios.

The PROG button may be used to access the menu of an MP3. Once in the menu, use © or ¨ to make selections.

When a DVD video menu is displayed, press PROG, or press and hold PROG to perform the menu function, then press ENTER.

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