Ford Mustang Owners Manual: Entertainment

Your system offers many media options. You can access these options using the touchscreen or voice commands.

AM/FM Radio

Press the RADIO hard button.


Press the RADIO hard button.

To change between AM, FM1 and FM2, touch the AM or FM tab. You can also access satellite radio by pressing this button.

See Sirius satellite radio later in this section for more information.

*This feature is only available in the United States.


*This feature is only available in the United States.

**This feature is only available on the FM1 and FM2 radio tabs in the United States.

Audio and Radio Voice Commands

If you are listening to the audio system, press the voice button on the steering


If you are listening to the audio system, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, say any of the commands in the following chart.

If you are not listening to the audio system, press the voice button and, after the tone, say Audio, then any of the commands in the following chart.


If you are listening to the radio, press the voice button on the steering wheel


If you are listening to the radio, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, say any of the commands in the following chart.

If you are not listening to the radio, press the voice button and, after the tone, say Radio, then any of the commands in the following chart.

*If you have said, Store, see the following Store chart.


*If you have said, Store, see the following Store chart.

**If you have said, Tune, see the following Tune chart.

HD Radio Information (If Available)


HD Radio Information (If Available)

Note: HD Radio broadcasts are not available in all markets.

HD Radio technology is the digital evolution of analog AM/FM radio.

Your system has a special receiver that allows it to receive digital broadcasts (where available) in addition to the analog broadcasts, it already receives. Digital broadcasts provide a better sound quality than analog broadcasts with free, crystal-clear audio and no static or distortion. For more information, and a guide to available stations and programming, please visit www.hdradio.com.

When HD Radio is on and you tune to a station broadcasting HD Radio technology, you may notice the following indicators on your screen:

HD) logo blinks when acquiring a digital station and stays solid when digital


HD) logo blinks when acquiring a digital station and stays solid when digital audio is playing. When this logo is available, you may also see Title and Artist fields on-screen.

Multicast indicator appears in FM mode (only) if the current station is broadcasting multiple digital broadcasts. The highlighted numbers signify available digital channels where new or different content is available.

HD1 signifies the main programming status and is available in analog and digital broadcasts. Other multicast stations (HD2 through HD7) are only available digitally.

When HD Radio broadcasts are active, you can access the following functions:


HD Radio Reception and Station Troubleshooting


HD Radio Reception and Station Troubleshooting

In order to provide the best possible experience, use the contact form to report


In order to provide the best possible experience, use the contact form to report any station issues found while listening to a station broadcasting with HD Radio technology. Independent entities own and operate each station. These stations are responsible for ensuring all audio streams and data fields are accurate.


*http://www.ibiquity.com/automotive/report_radio_station_experiences


*http://www.ibiquity.com/automotive/report_radio_station_experiences

HD Radio Technology manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital Corp. U.S. and foreign patents. HD Radio and the HD and HD Radio logos are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp. Ford Motor Company and iBiquity Digital Corp. are not responsible for the content sent using HD Radio technology. Content may be changed, added or deleted at any time at the station owners discretion.

HD Radio Voice Commands

If you are listening to the radio, press the voice button on the steering wheel


If you are listening to the radio, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, say any of the commands in the following chart.

If you are not listening to the radio, press the voice button and, after the tone, say Radio, then any of the commands in the following chart.

*If you have said, Tune, see the following Tune chart.


*If you have said, Tune, see the following Tune chart.

Sirius Satellite Radio (If Activated)


Sirius Satellite Radio (If Activated)

Press the RADIO hard button, then select SAT on the touchscreen.


Press the RADIO hard button, then select SAT on the touchscreen.


Sirius Satellite Radio Voice Commands


Sirius Satellite Radio Voice Commands

If you are listening to Sirius satellite radio, press the voice button on the


If you are listening to Sirius satellite radio, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, say any of the commands in the following chart.

If you are not listening to Sirius satellite radio, press the voice button and, after the tone, say Sirius, then any of the commands in the following chart.

*If you have said, Store, see the following Store chart.


*If you have said, Store, see the following Store chart.

**If you have said, Tune, see the following Tune chart.

Sirius Information


Sirius Information

Note

: Sirius reserves the unrestricted right to change, rearrange, add or delete programming including canceling, moving or adding particular channels, and its prices, at any time, with or without notice to you.

Ford Motor Company shall not be responsible for any such programming changes.

Sirius satellite radio is a subscription-based satellite radio service that broadcasts


Sirius satellite radio is a subscription-based satellite radio service that broadcasts a variety of music, sports, news, weather, traffic and entertainment programming.

Your factory-installed Sirius satellite radio system includes hardware and a limited subscription term that begins on the date of sale or lease of your vehicle. See an authorized dealer for availability.

For more information on extended subscription terms (a service fee is required), the online media player and a list of Sirius satellite radio channels, and other features, please visit www.siriusxm.com in the United States, www.sirius.ca in Canada, or call Sirius at 1-888-539-7474.

Satellite radio electronic serial number (ESN): You need your ESN to turn on, modify or track your satellite radio account. The ESN is on the System Information Screen (SR ESN: XXXXXXXXXXXX). To access your ESN, touch the I button on the navigation screen, and then select the System Info tab.



CD


CD

Press the MEDIA hard button, and then select the CD tab on the touchscreen. If


Press the MEDIA hard button, and then select the CD tab on the touchscreen. If there is no disc in the system, NO DISC appears in the status bar and you cannot access the CD screen.

Once a disc is loaded, you can choose from Scan, Compress, Repeat, Shuffle, Track List and Record.

CD Voice Commands


CD Voice Commands

If you are listening to a CD, press the voice button on the steering wheel control.


If you are listening to a CD, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, say any of the commands in the following chart.

If you are not listening to a CD, press the voice button and, after the tone, say CD, then any of the commands in the following chart.

MP3


MP3

Press the MEDIA hard button, and then select the CD tab on the touchscreen. If


Press the MEDIA hard button, and then select the CD tab on the touchscreen. If there is no disc in the system, NO DISC appears in the status bar and you cannot access the CD screen.

Once a disc is loaded, you can choose from Scan, Compress, Repeat, Shuffle, Folder Mode and Folder List.

DVD


DVD

Note

: Your system only plays NTSC formatted discs. The system does not support PAL format.

Your system allows you to play DVD audio and video discs. Make sure your vehicle is in position P (vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission) or the parking brake is engaged (vehicles equipped with a manual transmission). This allows you to be able to view and hear the DVD. If your vehicle is moving, the video does not play.

Note: Some of the above settings are disc-dependent and availability and


Note

: Some of the above settings are disc-dependent and availability and operation may vary.

During disc play, you can also touch the screen to access the virtual remote,


During disc play, you can also touch the screen to access the virtual remote, which allows you to Move Controls on the screen, as well as use the cursor controls, Enter and Return to navigate and select within the menus.

Dolby noise reduction is manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

Disc Voice Commands

If you are listening to or watching a disc, press the voice button on the steering


If you are listening to or watching a disc, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, say any of the commands in the following chart.

If you are not listening to or watching a disc, press the voice button and, after the tone, say Disc, then any of the commands in the following chart.

DVD Voice Commands


DVD Voice Commands

If you are watching a DVD, press the voice button on the steering wheel control.


If you are watching a DVD, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, say any of the commands in the following chart.

If you are not watching a DVD, press the voice button and, after the tone, say DVD, then any of the commands in the following chart.

Video CD Voice Commands


Video CD Voice Commands

If you are watching a video CD, press the voice button on the steering wheel


If you are watching a video CD, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, say any of the commands in the following chart.

If you are not watching a video CD, press the voice button and, after the tone, say Video CD, then any of the commands in the following chart.

Jukebox


Jukebox

Your system has a Jukebox feature, which allows you to save desired tracks or CDs to the hard drive for later access. The hard drive can store up to 10 GB* (164 hours; approximately 2472 tracks) of music.

The system contains a Gracenote media database that allows for display of song title, album title, and album cover art. After saving music to the hard drive, you can access and play your music by specific tracks, artists, albums or genres. You can even choose to create and access your own playlists.

*Note

: 1 GB equals one billion bytes (1000000000B).

Recording Music to Your Jukebox

To record music to your jukebox:

1. Insert a CD, and then select Record on the touchscreen.

2. Select individual tracks or press Select All to record the entire CD.

Note

: The system automatically saves all tracks if you do not select any.

3. Press the Start Recording button.

The progress shows at the bottom of the screen.

Note

: If you are not actively listening to the disc during recording, the record rate is much quicker (as fast as five minutes).

Accessing the Music in Your Jukebox

Once you have saved music to your jukebox, you can then choose different ways to play the music.

1. Press the MEDIA hard button on the navigation system.

2. Select the Jukebox tab on the touchscreen. You can then select from the following options:


Creating a Playlist


Creating a Playlist

Press the MEDIA hard button, and then select the Jukebox tab on the touchscreen.

1. Select Options.

2. Select Edit Playlists, then which playlist you would like to create.

3. Select which category you would like to access from your saved music.

4. Select the desired songs and then press Add. The system shows you the currently selected songs. You can choose to Edit Name to change the name of the playlist, Delete Playlist to remove it, Add Tracks to the playlist or Sort Playlist.

5. After you change the playlist, select Edit Name to rename your playlist.

Jukebox Voice Commands

If you are listening to music stored in the jukebox, press the voice button on


If you are listening to music stored in the jukebox, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, say any of the commands in the following chart.

If you are not listening to music stored in the jukebox, press the voice button and, after the tone, say Jukebox, then any of the commands in the following chart.

1You can say these commands at any time during listening to the jukebox and after


1You can say these commands at any time during listening to the jukebox and after any of the search and refine commands.

2You can narrow your search beyond the Search command by using these commands.

3While listening to the jukebox, press the voice button on the steering wheel control. When prompted, you may say any of these commands.

User Device

If your vehicle is equipped with SYNC, there is a User Device tab. For more information, see the SYNC chapter.

Line In (Auxiliary Input Jack)

Your vehicle is equipped with an audio input jack, which allows you to plug a portable audio device into your vehicles audio system. To turn this feature on, press the MEDIA hard button on the system.

For more information on the auxiliary input jack, see Auxiliary input jack in the Audio Systems chapter.

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