Cadillac Escalade: Vehicle Speakers - Rear Seat Audio (RSA) System - Rear Seat Infotainment - Infotainment System - Cadillac Escalade Owner's ManualCadillac Escalade: Vehicle Speakers

Audio from the DVD player or an auxiliary device can be heard through the vehicle speakers or the wireless/wired headphones, while the radio is tuned to one of the six frequencies selected on the Sound Around portion of the system’s remote control. See “Remote Control” later in this section.

Only one audio source can be heard through the vehicle’s speakers at a time. The audio source being used is specified by the A/V (audio/video) source selected on the driver side head restraint video display screen.

To turn the RSE system audio output to the vehicle’s speakers, press Sound Around ON, on the system’s remote control. The audio from the RSE system can be heard through the wireless/wired headphones and the vehicle’s speakers at the same time. The volume on the radio can vary when switching between the radio, CD, DVD, MP3, or an auxiliary device.

    Using the Uplevel RSE On-Screen Display (OSD) Menus
    Use the OSD setup display menus for: . General Setup . Audio Setup . Quality Setup . Preference Setup To use the OSD menus while using the DVD player or an auxiliary device: 1. Press the SETUP b ...

    Wireless Headphones
    The two wireless headphones included with the Headrest DVD RSE system will only work with the Headrest DVD RSE system and are marked for channel 3 and 4. The wireless headphones must be used within ...

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    Driving in Mud, Sand, Snow, or Ice
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