There may be an experience with audio distortion in the
wireless headphones when operating cellular phones,
scanners, CB radios, Global Positioning Systems
(GPS)*, two-way radios, mobile fax, or walkie talkies.
It may be necessary to turn off the DVD player
when operating one of these devices in or near the
* Excludes the OnStar
Cleaning the Video Screen
Pour some isopropyl or rubbing alcohol on a clean cloth
and gently wipe the video screen. Do not spray
directly onto the screen and do not press too hard or
too long on the video screen.
Rear Seat Audio (RSA)
This feature allows rear seat passengers to select and
listen to any of the available radio sources: AM/FM,
XM, CD, or DVD. However, a rear seat passenger
cannot control a source selected on the radio by
someone in the front of the vehicle. For example, the
RSA cannot be used to change CD tracks if the radio is
set to CD. Also, if the radio is switched to a source
the RSA has control of, sound will not be lost, but the
RSA will lose control of that sourse.
Rear seat passengers always have control of the
volume for each set of headphones.
The RSA will run when the radio is off if the ignition key
is positioned in the power mode, see Ignition Positions
on page 2-20 in this manual.
P (Power): Press this button to turn the RSA on or
off. The rear speakers are muted when the power
is turned on.
u (Volume): The left-hand knob controls the
headphone outlet on the left and the right-hand knob
controls the headphone outlet on the right. Turn
either knob clockwise to increase the volume and
counterclockwise to decrease the volume.
2005 - Saab 97X Owner Manual