Time Shifting Ч Pause and Rewind Live XM

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The Radio with DVD Audio, HDD, and USB has the ability to rewind 60 minutes of XM content. While listening to the radio, the content from the current station is always being buffered to the HDD.

Press The radio display will show the to pause the radio.

The radio display will show the Time Shift buffer status bar.

The status bar shows the amount of content stored in the buffer and the current pause point.

To resume playback from the current pause point, press again. The radio will no longer be again. The radio will no longer be playing УliveФ radio. Instead, time shifted content is being played from the buffer. When the radio is playing time shifted content from the buffer, a buffer status bar shows below the station number on the left side of the screen.

Press and hold the FWD buttons to rewind or fast REV or forward through the time shift buffer. FWD buttons to rewind or fast forward through the time shift buffer.

Hold currently recorded buffer to resume FWD until the end of the currently recorded buffer to resume УliveФ radio playback. With УliveФ radio playing, the radio display will no longer show the buffer bar below the station number.

Press the FWD REV or button multiple times to jump to FWD button multiple times to jump to the previous or next song or commercial.

When the radio station is changed, the buffer is cleared and automatically restarted for the current station. You cannot rewind to content from a previously tuned station.

Time shifting of XM is not available while recording or while other sources of playback are selected.

Pausing XM with the Vehicle Turned Off

If XM is paused before the vehicle is turned off, the radio will continue to buffer the current radio station for up to one hour. If the vehicle is turned back on within one hour, the radio will automatically resume playback from the pause point.

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