Range Rover Evoque: Introduction to rear seat entertainment (RSE)

The RSE system consists of two screens.

Separate programmes can be viewed or heard by rear seat occupants. Supervisory control is made from the front seats. Audio and video programmes for each or both sides of the RSE, can be selected from the Supervisor screen.

The remote control can be locked out.

While the Supervisor screen is displayed, the remote control will be locked out.

system The passenger entertainment system should be used only when it is safe to do so.Do not use if it is likely to cause driver distraction. Driver distraction can lead to accidents causing serious injury or death.

prolonged Always run the engine during prolonged use of the RSE system, otherwise, the vehicle battery may become discharged.

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 Settings

The rear media settings screen allows Limousine Mode and TV Parental Control to be turned on or off. When Limousine Mode is selected, the rear passengers can control the total cabin audio system

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 Using the system

The system is operated using the remote control. To release the remote from the docked position, press at the top of the remote (1) to unlatch it. Do not attempt to pull the remote control ou

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