Rear Entertainment System

Honda Pilot / Honda Pilot 2009-2023 Owner's Manual / Features / Rear Entertainment System

Allows the rear passengers to enjoy a different entertainment source, such as DVD, CD, CD Library*, HDD*, and radio, than the front passengers.

Wireless Headphones

The rear seat passengers can listen to audio from the rear entertainment system by a wireless headphone that comes with your vehicle.

To turn on the switch: Pivot the left earpiece outward.

To adjust the volume: Turn the dial at the bottom of the right earpiece.

Rear Entertainment System

Rear Entertainment System

NOTICE

This vehicle’s overhead mounted video display, if so equipped, includes mercury-containing components. Upon removal, please reuse, recycle, or dispose of as hazardous waste.

The system also allows for auxiliary inputs from standard video games. The jacks

The system also allows for auxiliary inputs from standard video games. The jacks are on the back of the center console compartment. V = Video jack L = Left audio jack R = Right audio jack

Wireless Headphones

Your vehicle comes with two wireless headphones. Wear the headphone correctly with the earpiece marked with L goes to your left ear and R goes to your right ear. Wearing the headphone backward may affect the audio reception.

Overhead Screen

Press the OPEN button and pull down the screen to the first or second detent until it latches.

Overhead Screen

Overhead Screen

NOTICE

This vehicle’s overhead mounted video display, if so equipped, includes mercury-containing components. Upon removal, please reuse, recycle, or dispose of as hazardous waste.

You can use the rear control panel as a remote. Press the RELEASE button to detach it.

Operating the System

To operate the system, turn the ignition switch to ON . Press the or ACCESSORY button to turn on the system (indicator . Press the on). button to turn on the system (indicator on).

 panel button on the front panel

When you press the on), the beeper sounds twice, and the front display changes to what is displayed  button (indicator on), the beeper sounds twice, and the front display changes to what is displayed on the rear overhead screen.

The audio from the front speakers switches to the audio played in the rear.

Operating the System

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