Recording from Audio CDs

The infotainment system can record the current song playing or all songs from an audio CD to MEM. A status bar appears on the top of the display when the recording process starts and disappears when the process has ended. Copy protected CDs cannot be recorded to MEM.

Recording to MEM

Press ( REC, then select Record Current Song or Record All Songs on Disc. If the track has started playing, the system will restart the track and begin recording from the beginning of the track. When the song recording is completed, the message Song Recorded to MEM displays, and there may be a slight pause.

Songs recorded to MEM are stored as the current date, disc, and track number.

Re-recording a Previously Recorded Disc

If the disc or track has already been recorded to MEM, the message The Song(s) is Already Recorded displays.

Stopping the Recording

Press the ( REC button while recording from an audio CD to display the stop recording option.

Select Stop Recording Song to MEM.

Renaming Recorded Discs

Discs that have been recorded to MEM can be renamed.

1. Turn the MENU/SELECT knob.
2. Select Rename Recorded Discs.
3. Select the disc.
4. Select Album or Artist to rename either one.
5. Use the MENU/SELECT knob to enter the character sequence.

See Operation for more information.

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