To use the external audio input function(vehicles with a rear-seat display)To use the external audio input function(vehicles with a rear-seat display)  - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Outlander

Auxiliary Video connecter (RCA).

Auxiliary Video connecter (RCA).

A- Left audio input connecter (white).

B- Right audio input connecter (red).

C- Video input connecter (yellow).

You can listen to commercially available audio equipment, such as a portable audio system, from your vehicle’s speakers, by connecting the audio equipment to the audio input connecters (A or B), which are external input connecters (pin jacks).

NOTE:

● For information on using the video input connecter (C), refer to the separate owner’s manual for the rear-seat display.

To activate the external audio input mode

1. Use a commercially available audio cable to connect the audio equipment to

1. Use a commercially available audio cable to connect the audio equipment to the internal audio input connecter (A or B).

2. Press the CD button (D) for more than 2 seconds.

The display (E) will show “AUX REAR” and then the external audio input mode will be activated.

When the power of the rear-seat display is on, press the SOURCE button of the rear-seat display to activate VIDEO mode (for details, refer to the separate rear-seat display owner’s manual).

3. To deactivate the external audio input mode, press the AM/FM button (E) or the CD button (D) to switch to another mode.

CAUTION:

● Do not operate the connected audio equipment while driving.

This could distract you and an accident might occur.

NOTE:

● The connected audio equipment cannot be operated with the vehicle’s audio system.

● For information on how to connect and operate the audio equipment, refer to the owner’s manual for the equipment

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