Subaru Forester: When connecting iPod® - Repeating - USB storage device / iPod® operations (type C and D audio) - Audio - Subaru Forester Owner's ManualSubaru Forester: When connecting iPod®

Each time you briefly press the “RPT”

Each time you briefly press the “RPT” button, the mode changes in the following sequence.

Type C audio:

Type D audio:

Type D audio:


- The “ALL RPT” indication refers to the repeat playback of all indexes in the entire iPod®.

- The “SONG RPT” (type C audio)/ “ONE RPT” (type D audio) indication refers to the repeat playback of a single index. It repeats the index that is playing.

- When an audiobook is playing, the mode does not change even if you press the “RPT” button.

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