The Terrain is a crossover sport utility vehicle (SUV) introduced by GMCin the 2010 model year. The Terrain can come with an optional entertainment system, which includes two screens on the back of the front seats' headrests. The entertainment system also comes with two wireless headsets, which allow passengers in the backseat to listen to the audio without disturbing the people in the front seats. The headsets also allow the front and rear passengers to listen to different music or radio programs.
Select the channel on the "Infotainment System." The DVD system has two channels. Channel 1 is dedicated to the DVD player, while Channel 2 is dedicated to the audiovisual plug (found between the backseats) which allows you to plug in another unit such as a video game console. Use the "Channel" button located on the system to select Channel 1 if watching a DVD or Channel 2 if using the external source.
Turn on the headphones. The headphones have an "On/Off" switch on the side of the earpiece; slide it to "On." A red light should come on indicating that they have power. If not, replace the batteries.
Slide the "Channel" button to "1" or "2" so it matches the DVD system.
Adjust the volume using the "Volume Control" found on each set of headphones.
Tips & Warnings
- The GMC Terrain headphones provided with the "Infotainement System" require two AAA batteries each for operation.
- The headphones have an automatic shut-off function after they have not been in use for four hours.
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