Playing a DVD-A (Audio) Disc

The Radio with DVD Audio, HDD, and USB is capable of playing DVD audio discs in the Bose 5.1 Cabin surround sound system.

Insert the DVD audio disc into the CD/DVD player. DVD Audio displays and playback begins.

The Group and track number display during playback.

Selecting a DVDA Track

Tracks can be selected using the seek buttons, or the TUNE/TONE knob.

To use the seek buttons:

Press of the current track, if more than to go to the start of the current track, if more than five seconds have played.

Press track. If  or to go to the next track. If is held, or or pressed multiple times, the player is held, or pressed multiple times, the player continues moving backward or forward through the tracks within the current group.

To use the TUNE/TONE knob:

Turn the TUNE/TONE knob to display a list of all tracks in all groups on the DVD audio disc and to highlight tracks. Stop turning the TUNE/TONE knob or press the TUNE/TONE knob to start playback of the highlighted track.

To use the MENU/SELECT knob:

Press the softkey under the Menu tab to display a list of all Groups.

To change Groups, turn the MENU/SELECT knob to highlight the desired Group. Press the MENU/SELECT knob to select it.

Playback begins from track 1 of the highlighted Group.

Fast Forward and Rewind

reverse playback quickly within a REV (Fast Reverse): Press to reverse playback quickly within a track. Sound is heard at a reduced volume. Press once to change playback to a speed of 2X. Each successive press changes playback to a speed of 4X, 10X, or 21X.

Press playback. to resume normal playback.

advance playback quickly within a FWD (Fast Forward): Press to advance playback quickly within a track. Sound is heard at a reduced volume. Press once to change playback to a speed of 2X. Each successive press changes playback to a speed of 4X, 10X, or 21X.

Press playback. to resume normal playback.

Playing Tracks in Random Order

Press the softkey under the Shuffle tab to begin random playback of all songs in the current Group. Press again to turn off random playback.

Stopping DVD Audio Playback

Press the softkey under the to stop playback of the DVD audio tab to stop playback of the DVD audio disc. DVD PreStop displays. Press the from where it was stopped. button to resume playback from where it was stopped.

Press the softkey under the again while in DVD PreStop. DVD tab again while in DVD PreStop. DVD Stop displays. Press the button while in DVD Stop to begin button while in DVD Stop to begin playback from the beginning of the DVD audio disc.

Press the audio playback to pause or resume button during DVD audio playback to pause or resume playback.

Selecting DVD Audio Streams

Each DVD audio Group may contain audio content that is encoded in one or two formats. For example, a particular Group may have both a 5.1 surround audio stream and a 2.0 stereo audio stream available.

Press the softkey located under the Audio tab to display the current audio stream playing. Audio Stream 1 or Audio Stream 2 briefly displays. Press the softkey located under the Audio tab again to toggle between Audio Stream 1 or Audio Stream 2 (if available).

Check the DSP settings to determine if a 5.1 surround sound audio stream is playing. See Operation for more information. Press the DSP tab to see if the 5.1 + Normal or 5.1 + Rear settings are available for selection. If these settings are available, Audio Stream 1 is playing.

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