To listen to tracks from a device connected via BluetoothTo listen to tracks from a device connected via Bluetooth  - To play tracks from a Bluetooth® device (vehicles with Bluetooth® 2.0 interface) - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

1. Press the PWR button (2) to turn on the audio system. The system turns on in the last mode used.

2. Press the CD button (1) several times to switch to the B (Bluetooth®) mode. The input mode changes as follows every time the CD button is pressed.

CD mode → USB (iPod) mode → Bluetooth ® mode

► For vehicles equipped with audio/video input RCA terminals, pressing and holding Note

► For vehicles equipped with audio/video input RCA terminals, pressing and holding the CD button for 2 seconds or more switches the system to the AUX mode.

3. Connect your Bluetooth® device. Refer to “Connecting the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface and Bluetooth® device”.

4. Playback starts automatically.

► Depending on the connected device, the playback may not start automatically. Note

► Depending on the connected device, the playback may not start automatically.

In this case, operate the connected device to start the playback.

To stop the playback (if supported by the device)

To stop the playback, press the DISC DOWN button (7).

To restart the playback, press the DISC UP button (8).

To pause the playback (if supported by the device)

To pause the playback, press the DISC DOWN button (7).

To restart the playback, press the DISC UP button (8).

To select a track (if supported by the device)

Press the TRACK button (10) to select the desired track number.

Press by one. : The track number increases by one.

Press by one. : The track number decreases by one.

Press 2 seconds or more) : The track number increases continuously while the button is for a long period (approx. 2 seconds or more) : The track number increases continuously while the button is pressed.

Press 2 seconds or more) : The track number decreases continuously while the button is for a long period (approx. 2 seconds or more) : The track number decreases continuously while the button is pressed.

If the once while a track is playing, playback returns to the start of that track. side of the button is pressed once while a track is playing, playback returns to the start of that track.

► Every time the track selection button is pressed, the track number in the display Note

► Every time the track selection button is pressed, the track number in the display changes.

To play the same track repeatedly (if supported by the device)

Press the RPT button (5) during playback to show “RPT” in the display.

To exit this mode, press the button again.

To play tracks in random order (if supported by the device)

Press the RDM button (6) to show “RDM” in the display.

The system randomly selects and plays tracks from all tracks in the Bluetooth® device.

To exit this mode, press the button again.

To find the start of each track for playback (if supported by the device)

Press the SCAN button (9). “SCAN” is shown in the display and all tracks in the Bluetooth® device are played for several seconds from the beginning.

To exit this mode, press the button again.

To switch the display (if supported by the device)

The system can display tag information.

1. Press and hold the DISP button (4) until you hear a beep to show “TAG” in the display.

2. The display changes as follows every time the DISP button (4) is pressed briefly: Album title → Title name → Artist name → Genre → Normal display

Note

► Press and hold the DISP button (4) again until you hear a beep, and the tag Note

► Press and hold the DISP button (4) again until you hear a beep, and the tag information disappears.
► Up to 10 characters are shown in the display at once. If the title is cut off in the middle, press the PAGE button (3). The next characters are displayed every time this button is pressed.
► If no title is stored, “NO TITLE” is shown in the display.
► Characters that cannot be displayed are substituted by “•”.

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