Shared Modes

This allows the VES™ to output radio sources to the headphones and the radio to output VES™ sources to the vehicle speakers. When the radio and VES™ channel 1 or 2 are in the same (shared) mode, a VES™ icon will be visible on the radio’s display for that channel, and the shared icon will be visible on the VES™ screen. When in shared mode, the same audio source is heard in the shared headphone channel 1 or channel 2.

If the radio functions (FM, AM, or SAT) are in the shared mode with the VES™, only the radio is able to control the radio functions. In this case, VES™ can share the radio mode, but not change stations until the radio mode is changed to a mode that is different from the VES™ selected radio mode. When shared, the radio has priority over the VES™ or all radio modes (FM, AM). The VES™ has the ability to switch tuner (AM/FM), SEEK, SCAN, TUNE, and recall presets in radio modes as long as it is not in shared mode.

When in shared disc both the radio and the VES™ have control of the video functions. The VES™ has the ability to control the following video modes: 1. CD: Ability to Fast Forward, Rewind, Scan, and Track Up/Down.

2. CD Changer (in radio): Ability to Disk Up/Down and program all listed CD controls (Fast Forward, Rewind, Scan, and Track Up/Down).

The VES™ can even control radio modes or video modes while the radio is turned off. The VES™ can access the radio modes or disc modes by navigating to those modes on the VES™ and activating a radio mode or disc mode.

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