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Toyota Tacoma Owners Manual: Basic audio operations

Basic audio operations and functions common to each mode are explained in this section.

Operating the multimedia system

1. Press this button to eject a disc

1. Press this button to eject a disc

2. Insert a disc into the disc slot

3.“Select Audio Source” screen appears

4. Turn this knob to select radio station bands, tracks and files. Also the knob can be used to select items in the list display.

5. Press the “<TRACK” or “SEEK>” button to seek up or down for a radio station, or to access a desired track or file.

6. Press to pause or resume playing music.

7. Setting the Sound

8.Pause or resume playing music

9.Select to enable repeat play

10. Select to enable random playback

11.Press this knob to turn the multimedia system on and off, and turn it to adjust the volume.

Selecting the audio source

Select “Source” on the audio control Press the “AUDIO” button.

screen or press the “AUDIO” button again. Select “Source” on the audio control screen or press the “AUDIO” button again.

Select the desired audio source.

Select the desired audio source.

■ Reordering the audio source

  Select the desired audio Select “Reorder”.

source then  or  Select the desired audio source then to reorder. or Select “OK”. to reorder.

List screen operation Select “OK”.

List screen operation

When a list style screen is displayed, use the appropriate buttons to scroll through the list.

■ How to scroll

Select to scroll to the next or

previous page.Select to scroll to the next or previous page.

appears to the right of titles, the If complete titles are too long for the display. appears to the right of titles, the complete titles are too long for the display.

Select this button to scroll the title.

Turn the “TUNE·SCROLL” knob to move the cursor box to select a desired item from the list, and press the “TUNE·SCROLL” knob to play it. The track that is being played is highlighted.

To return to the top screen, select “Now Playing” on the list screen.

■ Selecting, fast-forwarding and reversing tracks/files/songs

● Selecting a track/file/song

Press the “<TRACK” or “SEEK>” button or turn the “TUNE·SCROLL” knob to select the desired track/file/song number.

To fast-forward or reverse, press and hold the “<TRACK” or “SEEK>” button.

● Selecting a track/file/song from the track/file/song list

Select “Browse” or cover art.

Select the desired track/file/ song.

Select the desired track/file/ song.

When an MP3/WMA/AAC disc or USB memory device is being used, the folder can be selected. When a Bluetooth® device or iPod is being used, the album can be selected.

According to the audio device, the following is displayed.

Sound settings

Sound settings

On the “Sound Settings” screen, sound quality (Treble/Mid/Bass), volume balance can be adjusted.

■ Tone and balance

Select “Sound” on the audio control screen to adjust the sound settings.

  Select “-” or “+” to adjust

the treble, mid or bass to a level between -5 and 5.  Select “-” or “+” to adjust the treble, mid or bass to a level between -5 and 5.

the front/rear audio balance. Select “Front” or “Rear” to adjust the front/rear audio balance.

audio balance. Select “L” or “R” to adjust the left/right audio balance.

■The sound quality level is adjusted individually

The treble, mid and bass levels can be adjusted for each audio mode separately.

Setup menu
You can adjust the multimedia system to your desired settings. Display “Setup” screen Press the “SETUP” button to display the “Setup” screen. Select to adjust the settings for operation sounds ...

Using the radio
Select “AM” or “FM” on the “Select Audio Source” screen to begin listening to the radio. Audio control screen   “Select Audio Source” screen appears   Preset stations   Select ...

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