The following dialogues are only examples; the system's response may vary depending on the situation.
The following dialogue with voice commands changes the media source.
The user starts the dialogue by saying: "Disc".
The system changes to the CD/DVD player.
Other sources are accessed by instead saying e.g. "Bluetooth", "TV" or "USB". The sources it is possible to change to depend on what is connected at the time, and whether there is any playable media in the source. If a media source is not available then the system explains why.
The system understands the numbers 0 (zero) to 99 (ninety-nine). Numbers higher than 99 (ninety-nine) cannot be handled by the system, e.g. 100 (hundred) or 101 (hundred-and-one) are not possible.
The following dialogue with voice commands changes the track.
The user starts the dialogue by saying: "Select track".
The system responds with: "Say the track number".
Say the track number (as a single number, i.e. "Twenty-three" and not "Two-three").
The system changes to the track number for the active media source.
The following dialogue with voice commands searches for media.
The user starts the dialogue by saying: "Search for media".
The system shows a numbered list of possible search categories and responds with: "Select a line number, or say a category for media search".
Say a line number or a search category.
The system gives further instructions for finding the right media.
More commands for voice recognition control of the multimedia system can be found in the menu system MY CAR under . For a description of the menu system, see MY CAR.