Seat ibiza Owner's Manual

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  • Page 1 MEDIA SYSTEM TOUCH/COLOUR Owner’s manual...
  • Page 2: About This Manual

    About this manual The illustrations are intended as a general guide and may vary from the equipment fitted WARNING in your vehicle in some details. This manual contains information, recommen- Texts preceded by this symbol contain infor- The screen colour and the colour of the infor- dations, advice and warnings related to your mation on safety.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ......Overview of the unit (valid for: IBIZA, LEON, TOLEDO) .......
  • Page 4: Overview

    Overview Overview Overview of the unit (valid for: IBIZA, LEON, TOLEDO) Fig. 1 Overview of the controls ››› ››› ››› ››› page 11 page 18 page 39 page 7 ››› ››› ››› page 8 page 41 page 7 ››› ›››...
  • Page 5: Overview Of The Unit (Valid For: Ateca)

    Overview Overview of the unit (valid for: ATECA) Overview of the controls (this configuration depends on the version). Fig. 2 ››› ››› ››› ››› page 11 page 18 page 39 page 7 ››› ››› ››› page 8 page 41 page 7 ›››...
  • Page 6: Main Menus

    Overview Main menus Summary of the menus Fig. 3...
  • Page 7 Overview ››› ››› Main menu RADIO page 11 Select, tune and store stations to memory page 14 ››› ››› Radio data services RDS page 12 SCAN page 15  ››› Radio page 11 ››› ››› Digital radio mode page 13 Traffic information TP page 15 ›››...
  • Page 8: Introduction

    “AIRBAG” on the steering Safety notes happen if you are exposed to an excessively wheel, on the dash panel, on the seat backr- high volume even for a short time. ests or between these areas and the passen- Travelling on today's roads requires the driv- gers.
  • Page 9 Introduction Rotary knobs and buttons the on/off button is pressed (depending on Lightly pressing the buttons or briefly ● the equipment fitted or the vehicle). If you pressing the touchscreen is sufficient to op- Rotary knobs turn the unit back on after the engine has erate the unit.
  • Page 10 Introduction Silence the unit Operating the function buttons on- The active areas of the screen that represent a function are called “function buttons” and screen Turn the volume control  anticlockwise ● are used by pressing them briefly on the dis- until you see .
  • Page 11 Introduction Activating the list entries and search- ● To quickly scan through a long list: Place Operation and effect your finger on the scroll marker and move it ing through the lists downwards over the screen without losing Move the cursor around the screen by pressing lightly, without resting your fin- contact.
  • Page 12 Introduction The initial configuration wizard will help you Function Function to set up your Infotainment system the first button time you switch it on. To go to the previous or next parameter Every time you switch on the Infotainment to set. system, the initial setup screen will appear When a parameter has been set, the only PREVIOUS...
  • Page 13: Radio Mode

    Radio Radio Function Function button Radio mode Selects the previous/next stored station (or available station). Arrow buttons setup   in the Setup (FM, AM, DAB) menu Introduction ››› page Note   Change between station banks. ● Please bear in mind that in car parks, tun- nels, areas with high buildings or mountains Stops the station scan function (only visi- ble when the function is running)
  • Page 14 Radio Radio Data Services RDS (FM band) Radio text Not all units have RDS, nor do all FM stations offer this service. Some RDS-enabled stations also broadcast additional text information known as radio Without RDS it is not possible to obtain radio text.
  • Page 15 Radio Digital radio mode (DAB, DAB+ and Starting DAB radio mode Automatic station tracking: change from DAB to FM DMB audio)* In the RADIO main menu, press the function ››› Fig. 12 and select In DAB setup/Advanced settings you BAND can change to the FM frequency band for au- The DAB radio station that was last selected tomatic station tracking.
  • Page 16 Radio Memory buttons ). It is also possible to change mem- 9-12 Selecting a station ory banks by using the  and  buttons on the touchscreen. To update the The list of stations in the FM frequency list of stations band is automatically updated.
  • Page 17 Radio select a station using the stored station but- the station that broadcasts the correspond- Storing stations tons, or when a traffic announcement comes ing traffic information will be played. Storing a sta- Press the function button to Stations In FM mode, the station tuned in must have tion on the open the list of stations.
  • Page 18 Radio AM setup The volume of the traffic announcement can Function button: function be adjusted with the volume control. The ad- Select the AM frequency band by pressing ● justed volume setting will be applied to sub- : All stored stations on the selected frequen- Preset list infotainment button.
  • Page 19 Radio Function button: function Function button: function : Scan function. When the scan function is active, : automatic station tracking SCAN DAB-DAB station tracking  all available stations on the current frequency band are within the DAB frequency band has been activated. played in sequence for approximately 5 seconds each : switching to FM frequency ›››...
  • Page 20: Media Mode

    Media Media Requirements for the media sources data medium unusable. Please observe the manufacturer's instructions. and audio files Media mode Variations in the quality of data media pro- The supported file formats listed are collec- duced by different manufacturers may lead to tively referred to below as "audio files".
  • Page 21 Media ››› Playing order of files and folders MEDIA main menu tracks , folders  and subfolders Fig. 14 that are played in the following way: Track in the root directory of the data storage device Track in the first folder F1 of the root directory of the data storage de- vice in the first subfolder F1.1 of the...
  • Page 22 Media Function buttons of the main menu Media Information and possible icons Changing the media source Function button: Function Display: Meaning Press to select another media source Displays track information (ID3 tag in ››› MP3 files). page ››› Fig. 15 Audio files: displays the artist's name, ›››...
  • Page 23 Media Controlling playback via the MEDIA main and facing right until the card clicks into Function button: media source ››› ››› menu place Fig. Fig. 2 ››› page : USB data medium If a memory card cannot be inserted, make Effect sure it is positioned correctly and is compati- : playing audio files via Bluetooth...
  • Page 24 Media External data storage device connec- Possible error messages after connecting an The USB port  supplies the usual USB volt- age of 5 volts for a USB connection. external data storage device ted to USB port  External hard disks with a capacity greater The device is not compatible Depending on the features and the country, than 32 GB must be reformatted for the...
  • Page 25 Media Conditions Controlling playback ● Press the Safely remove USB device func- tion button. After the system has closed the The Bluetooth ® audio source must support The extent to which the Bluetooth ® audio ● USB device, a message will appear on the ®...
  • Page 26 Media Depending on the external player connec- Function button: Function ● ted, the response time of the system can Indicates the media source being browsed. vary. If pressed it goes to the root folder of the Do not connect an external media player at ●...
  • Page 27: Media Settings

    Media External audio source connected to Information on operating an external audio Note source connected to the AUX-IN multimedia the AUX-IN multimedia socket  The tracks, folders and playlists can also be socket selected by turning the right-hand setup but- Depending on the equipment and country ton, and can be played or opened by pressing Operation...
  • Page 28: System

    ® Only use compatible Bluetooth devices. For further information on compatible Blue- ® tooth products, ask your nearest SEAT deal- WARNING Note er or check on the internet. If a mobile telephone is not secured or is in- ● Restrictions on the use of devices using ®...
  • Page 29 Telephone management system (PHONE)* Bluetooth profiles ® If you wish to connect a device to the tele- CAUTION ● phone management system via Bluetooth ® When a mobile phone is connected to the tel- In areas where special regulations apply or technology, consult the safety warnings in its ephone management system, a data ex- the use of mobile telephones is prohibited,...
  • Page 30 Telephone management system (PHONE)* Pair and connect a mobile telephone Starting mobile telephone pairing update the names of the Bluetooth devices found. to the Infotainment system Make sure the Bluetooth function of the ● mobile device is active and visible. As soon as the search is completed, the In order to manage a mobile telephone via names of the Bluetooth...
  • Page 31 Telephone management system (PHONE)* amount of data stored on the mobile tele- ● Press the function button. Bluetooth Note phone. After loading, the data will be availa- Activate the function button. ● Paired devices ● Using a mobile telephone inside the vehicle ble on the Infotainment system.
  • Page 32 Telephone management system (PHONE)* Display and symbols of the telephone the Infotainment system. The next time that ››› Function button: function Fig. 20 the mobile telephone is connected (e.g. on management system the next journey) the phonebook is updated To open the number pad and enter a tele- DIAL NO.
  • Page 33 Strength of coverage signal received by the ice call  help in the event of breakdown.  mobile telephone. For this the network of SEAT deal- erships is available to you with their Mobile Service. Private mode Information call Press the function button to obtain ...
  • Page 34 Telephone management system (PHONE)* Note Possible functions Breakdown service and information calls can Search the list and press on the  incur an additional cost on your telephone icon to the right of the desired con- bill. tact in order to initiate a call. Select a con- OR: If the contact has several tele- tact from the...
  • Page 35 Telephone management system (PHONE)* Call Menu (call lists) Display: Meaning Received calls : Indicates the numbers of the calls received on the mobile telephone and on  the Infotainment system telephone management system. Note The availability of the call lists will depend on the mobile phone used.
  • Page 36 Telephone management system (PHONE)* Speed dial keys Bluetooth ® settings Possible functions ››› The speed dial buttons Fig. 28 Briefly press an assigned speed di- In the PHONE main menu, press the SETUP each be used to store a telephone number Dialling with al button from the PHONE main function button and then the...
  • Page 37 Telephone management system (PHONE)* User profile settings Note Some telephones need to be restarted to re- In the PHONE main menu, press the SETUP download the most recent contacts added. function button and then the func- User profile tion button. Function button: function : Editing speed dial buttons.
  • Page 38: Car Menu

    CAR menu CAR menu Press the Infotainment button and the Note function button to access the following VIEW The values that appear in the figure are indi- options, described below: Introduction to managing the cative and may vary depending on the fea- tures.
  • Page 39 CAR menu Since refuel Ecotrainer* If the corresponding equipment is available, the ECOTRAINER will provide information on Display and storage of the values for the jour- driving style. The information on driving style ney and the consumption. By refuelling, the is only evaluated and displayed when mov- memory will be erased automatically.
  • Page 40 CAR menu Evaluation of efficient driving style Tyres ››› Symbols Fig. 33: Meaning The efficiency of the driving style is reflected The current vehicle speed is having a negative im- by different elements on the display. pact on fuel consumption. ›››...
  • Page 41: Setup

    Setup Setup Screen setup Function button: effect : adjust volume and sound setup Sound setup System setup Menu (SETUP) ››› page ››› : change screen setup page Screen Introduction ››› : adjust time and date setup page Date and time : adjusting the language for text.
  • Page 42 Setup ● Scroll through the list below and press the Function button: effect Function button: effect lower function button, Factory settings : With this function activated, if : set the time by pressing the arrow buttons Switch off screen (in 10 s) Time ...
  • Page 43: Sound

    Sound Sound Summary of the indications and function Function button: effect buttons : to set the playback volume of the audio AUX volume Sound and volume setup Function button: effect sources connected via AUX. : adjust the orientation of the sound (bal- : configure Bluetooth audio volume.
  • Page 45: Index

    Index Index Digital radio RADIO ....... . . 11 DAB ........13 System .
  • Page 46 Index settings ....... . 34 Scan function (SCAN) telephone management system ..26, 29 Radio mode .
  • Page 47 Index TP (Traffic Program) traffic information station ....15 traffic news station ..... . . 16 Track search .
  • Page 51 SEAT S.A. is permanently concerned about continuous development of its types and models. For this reason we ask you to under- stand, that at any given time, changes regarding shape, equipment and technique may take place on the car delivered. For this reason no right at all may derive based on the data, drawings and descriptions in this current handbook.

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