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Dear Customer, Congratulations on your purchase of the world's finest brand of car audio source units. At Rockford Fosgate we are committed to musical reproduction at its best, and we are pleased you chose our product. Through years of engineering expertise, hand craftsman- ship and critical testing procedures, we have created a wide range of products that reproduce music with all the clarity and richness you deserve. For maximum performance we recommend you have your new Rockford Fosgate product installed by an Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer, as we provide specialized training through Rockford Technical Training Institute (RTTI). Please read your warranty and retain your receipt and original carton for possible future use. To add the finishing touch to your new Rockford Fosgate image order your Rockford accessories, which include everything from T-shirts and jackets to hats and sunglasses. To get a free brochure on Rockford Fosgate products and Rockford accessories, in the U.S. call 602-967-3565 or FAX 602-967-8132. For all other countries, call +001-602- 967-3565 or FAX +001-602-967-8132. PRACTICE SAFE SOUNDTM CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE TO SOUND PRESSURE LEVELS OVER 100dB MAY CAUSE PERMANENT HEARING LOSS. HIGH POWERED AUTOSOUND SYSTEMS MAY PRODUCE SOUND PRESSURE LEVELS WELL OVER 130dB. USE COMMON SENSE AND PRACTICE SAFE SOUND. If, after reading your manual, you still have questions regarding this product, we recommend that you see your Rockford Fosgate dealer. If you need further assistance, you can call us direct at 1-800-795-2385. Be sure to have your serial number, model number and date of purchase available when you call. The serial number can be found on the outside of the box. Please record it in the space provided below as your permanent record. This will serve as verification of your factory warranty and may become useful in recovering your source unit if it is ever stolen. Serial Number: ________________________________ Model Number: ________________________________ TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction ............................................................................................. 1 Accessory Pack ........................................................................................ 1 Precautions .............................................................................................. 2 Features Matrix ........................................................................................ 4 Technical Design Features ....................................................................... 5 Source Unit Design Features .................................................................... 9 IR Remote Design Features..................................................................... 12 Installation Considerations ..................................................................... 13 Source Unit Mounting Locations ............................................................ 14 Wiring the System .................................................................................. 15 Installation ............................................................................................. 19 Basic Operation ..................................................................................... 22 Tuner Operation .................................................................................... 30 CD Player Operation.............................................................................. 37 External Audio Operation....................................................................... 49 IR Remote Operation ............................................................................. 51 Rockford Fosgate Accessories................................................................. 58 Troubleshooting ..................................................................................... 60 Specifications ......................................................................................... 68 Warranty Information ............................................................................. 70 G ETTING S TARTED Welcome to Rockford Fosgate! This manual is designed to provide information for the owner, salesperson and installer. For those of you who want quick information on how to install this product, please turn to the Installation Section of this manual or refer to the icons listed below. Other information can be located by using the Table of Contents. We, at Rockford Fosgate, have worked very hard to make sure all the information in this manual is current. But, as we are constantly finding new ways to improve our product, this information is subject to change without notice. ® Sections marked INSTALLATION include “slam dunk” wiring connections I® NSTTROUBLE-SHOALLATION OTING Sections marked TROUBLESHOOTING include recommendations for curing installation problems INTRODUCTION Rockford Fosgate optimized usable features in the RFX source units for use in high performance car audio systems. The “world's best tuner,” a high performance CD player, and controls pioneered by Rockford Fosgate offer unmatched performance in the aftermarket world. The following sections contain information on the features, installation, and operation for the 8115, 8120, 8130, and “competition” 8140 source units. The Technical Design Features section explains the features common to all four source units, as well as a chart listing features dependent on each model. ACCESSORY PACK

RFX-8115 Installation & Operation Manual (1) Mounting Sleeve (1) Backstrap (1) Left Chassis Release Key (1) Right Chassis Release Key (5) Mounting Screws (m5 x 0.88mm x 4mm) (1) Faceplate Case (1) 8115 Power Harness (22-pin) (1) 2-Channel RCA Harness (10-pin) – 1 – RFX-8120 Installation & Operation Manual (1) Mounting Sleeve (1) Backstrap (1) Left Chassis Release Key (1) Right Chassis Release Key (5) Mounting Screws (m5 x 0.88mm x 4mm) (1) Faceplate Case (1) Power Harness (22-pin) (1) 4-Channel RCA Harness (10-pin) RFX-8130 Installation & Operation Manual (1) Mounting Sleeve (1) Backstrap (1) Left Chassis Release Key (1) Right Chassis Release Key (5) Mounting Screws (m5 x 0.88mm x 4mm) (1) Faceplate Case (1) Power Harness (22-pin) (1) 5-Channel RCA Harness (10-pin) (1) IR Remote Control RFX-8140 Installation & Operation Manual (1) Mounting Sleeve (1) Backstrap (1) Left Chassis Release Key (1) Right Chassis Release Key (5) Mounting Screws (m5 x 0.88mm x 4mm) (1) Faceplate Case (1) 8140 Power Harness (22-pin) (1) 2-Channel RCA Harness (10-pin) (1) 2-Channel BAL Harness (10-pin) (1) IR Remote Control

PRECAUTIONSSOURCE UNIT & OPTIONAL CD CHANGER Operating Temperature +60°C Be sure the temperature inside the vehicle is between –10° C and +60° C (+14° F and +140°F). –10°C DO NOT play a disc if the temperature is higher or lower than the operating range. Moisture Condensation The CD playback may waver due to condensa- AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL tion. If this occurs, remove the disc from the VOL PWR DSPL P.SCLOUD COMPACT D.SCN SCAN RPT N DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIMPAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 source unit and wait for approximately an hour for the moisture to evaporate. Environment Exposure DO NOT expose the Source Unit or optional CD Changer to any of the following: direct sun and AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL heat, high humidity, excessive dust, excessive COMPACT VOL PWR D.SCN DSPL SCAN P.SCRPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIMPAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 vibration and rain or water. Handling the Detachable Faceplate VOL AUD PWR DO NOT drop or cause shock to the faceplate as ® ® RFX-8103 D.SCN 1 DSPL CLOCK SCAN 2 serious damage may occur. Protect the faceplate by storing it in the supplied carrying case. Avoid Mechanical Malfunction DO NOT grab a disc while it is being automati- ® ® RFX-8103 cally loaded into the source unit. Doing this may cause serious damage to the source unit. – 2 – AUTO RPT P.SCN 3 RDM LOUILLUM D 4 DIM 5 COMPACT DIGITAL PAUSE AUDIO SEL 6 TUNE ✯ ✯ ✯v VOL AUD PWR i c i o u s s o u n d s CLOCK AUTO o f 2 t h 3 e j ILLUM u n g l e 6 SEL COMPACT DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIMPAUSE TUNE 1 4 5

COMPACT DISCS Disc Handling and Care DO NOT touch the playing side (opposite of label side) of the disc. When handling the disc, only the outer edges or center hole of the disc should be touched. DO NOT affix any sticker or label on the disc. DO NOT apply vinyl record spray, anti-static agent, acetone, or any other volatile chemicals to the disc. Damaged Disc DO NOT play a cracked, warped or damaged disc. Doing this may cause serious damage to the play- back mechanism. New Discs The CD player will eject discs that have either been inserted incorrectly or have irregular surfaces. If a new disc is ejected after loading, feel around the outer edge of the CD and its center hole. Any small burrs or irregularities could inhibit proper loading of the disc. To remove the burrs, rub the inside edge of the hole and outside edge of the disc with an object such as a ball point pen. – 3 – the jungle • vicioussounds of the jungle 1-6 of • vicioussounds the jungle • vicioussounds of the jungle of • vicioussounds L IQ UI D S WthO R e D jungle of I N C . ssouuonidvics • vicis dnouuossf o• gle nuje ht IR REMOTE (8115/8120 OPTION) 1-6 Environment Exposure DO NOT expose the IR Remote to any of the +following: direct sun and heat, high humidity and – ® rain or water. +– ® Handling the IR Remote DO NOT drop or cause shock to the IR Remote as serious damage may occur. ✯ ✯ ✯

FEATURE RFX-8115 RFX-8120 RFX-8130 RFX-8140 General Detachable Faceplate X X X X Any Button Wake-Up X X X X SMART-On X X X X Green/Amber Illumination X X X Green Illumination X Illumination Dimmer X X X Clock X X X X Display Recall X X X X Default Display X X X X Tuner AM/FM Stereo (6AM/18FM Presets X X X X Preset Scan X X X X Auto Store X X X X AM/FM Tune/Seek X X X X AM/FM Scan X X Mute* X X X X World Wide Tuner X X X X Power Antenna X X CD Player Next/Prevous Track X X X X Fast Forward/Reverse X X X X Repeat X X X X Random X X X X Pause X X X X Scan X X X X Insert CD & Power Up X X X X CD Changer Controller Next/Previous Track X X X Fast Forward/Reverse X X X Repeat X X X Random Track X X X Pause X X X Track Scan X X X Disc Scan X X X Audio Source Tone Memory X X X Switchable Loudness X X X X Cell Phone Mute X X X X Internal Amp X X X Preamp Output 2-Ch RCA 4-Ch RCA 5-Ch RCA 2-Ch RCA or BAL Adjustable Sub Level X Preamp Output Voltage 2.4 Vrms 2.4 Vrms 2.4 Vrms 8.5 Vrms RCA 17 Vrms BAL External Audio Input(s) 1 2 Signal Processor Loop X IR Remote Compatible X X Supplied Supplied Tuner Mode X X X X CD Player Mode X X X X CD Changer Mode X X X X Volume Up/Dn X X X X Track Seek Up/Dn X X X X Tuner Preset Select X X X X Any Button Wake-Up X X X X Pulse X X X X ® * Accessible through IR Remote – 4 – TECHNICAL DESIGN FEATURES TUNERx Patented Tuner The Source Units utilize a refined high performance tuner for provid- ing unmatched tuning range. The tuner uses a patented Digital Automatic Alignment (a mini pre-programmed computer) to pre- cisely target and “tune in” FM radio stations. The aftermarket standard is done by mechanical alignment which relies on not-so-precise tunable inductors to “get within the ballpark” of a radio station. The tuner is also refined with Dual FM Conversion and Dual AM Up- Convert schemes to create a tuner that is capable of receiving radio signals better. THE RESULT: Absolutely the “world's best tuner” x MIR Circuit The MIR (Multipath Interference Rejection) Circuit improves audio performance under difficult reception conditions. The tuner slowly tapers from stereo to monaural when excessive static is produced due to poor radio reception in fringe areas. This feature is virtually undetectable by the listener due to its smooth transition from monau- ral back to stereo. The MIR circuit improves audio quality by reducing multipath effects in both weak and strong signal conditions. THE RESULT: Improves audio performance when radio reception is poor PREAMP/AMPLIFIER x High Output Voltage/ Low Source Impedance A high preamp output voltage allows a cleaner signal to be driven to the amplifier. A low source impedance (50Ω) enables the preamp to drive multiple amplifiers without signal loss. It is not enough to have only a high voltage output; to take full advantage of the extra voltage, a low source impedance is essential. These two features are an important combination for a preamp that truly delivers a Punch! THE RESULT: Resists noise and enables multiple amplifiers to be driven without signal loss – 5 – CD PLAYER x Hologram Laser w/multi-damping The Rockford Fosgate CD Players feature high reliability and accu- racy with the use of a Hologram Laser. The Hologram laser uses a sophisticated one-piece assembly versus conventional discrete type lasers that use several mechanical parts. In addition, the multi- damping system for the CD mechanism acts like rubber shock absorbers to prevent skipping under rough conditions. DISCRETE LASER HOLOGRAM LASER Disc Half Mirror Objective Lens Collimator Lens Grating Plate Mirror THE RESULT: High reliability and tracking x Dual 1 Bit D/A Converters with 8x Oversampling The Digital to Analog (D/A) converter determines the sound quality of the source unit. 8x oversampling ensures the D/A conversion occurs at a frequency high enough so information from the digital conversion is not affected by noise. This enables the sound quality to remain the same as it was in the recording studio. THE RESULT: Maintains sound quality of CDs x Digital Servo Control w/Auto Focus The Source Unit incorporates a Digital Servo Control to ensure accurate disc tracking for optimum CD playback. The Auto Focus feature actually adjusts the laser optics to manufacturing tolerances of CDs. Imagine a CD player that thinks for itself? That's why the faceplate says Rockford Fosgate! THE RESULT: Adjusts to CD manufacturing tolerances for accurate tracking Disc Objective Lens Concave Lens LD Plate Mirror Holoram Unit – 6 – CONTROLS/SECURITY x Detachable Faceplate No need to haul around a five pound source unit wherever you go. A Detachable Faceplate is a lot easier to remove and carry around with you. Just press the faceplate release button, drop the faceplate in its carrying case, and put it in your shirt pocket. Now, you're ready to roll. The Detachable Faceplate is a great deterrent to theft and helps to ensure your CD player is safe ...just make sure to remove it. THE RESULT: Deters source unit theft x SMART On (Outputs A & B) The SMART On (Sequentially Managed Accessory Remote Turn-On) outputs supply sequential on/off auto power for external compo- nents. After the radio is powered on, output “A” will immediately supply turn-on voltage to its output. A half second later, output “B” supplies turn-on voltage to its output. After the radio is powered down, output “B” will immediately turn off, then a half second later, output “A” will turn off. The SMART On circuitry eliminates turn on/ off transients for components with various power on/off cycles. THE RESULT: Protects speakers and electronics from damaging transients x Any Button Wake Up The Any Button Wake Up feature allows the receiver to power-up by pressing any button on the faceplate or IR remote. If the receiver is manually powered down while ignition power is on, the receiver will “wake up” when any button on the faceplate is depressed. This allows the user to easily turn on the source unit while simultaneously demonstrating his/her street racing skills. THE RESULT: Power-up the receiver without fumbling for the PWR button – 7 – x Source Tone Memory (RFX-8120/8130/8140) The Source Tone Memory function memorizes the bass and treble setting between AM, FM, CD, CD Changer and External Audio modes. This enables the user to customize or compensate for the difference in sound between multiple source modes. THE RESULT: Separate Bass and Treble memory for different modes x Cell Phone Mute The Cell Phone Mute feature automatically mutes the audio system when the in-car cellular phone rings. A sensor wire on the source unit detects a signal from the cell phone ringer and triggers audio mute function. No more missed calls from the office or “significant other” when cranking up your audio system to escape the pressures of life. THE RESULT: Never miss a phone call while listening to your system x IR Remote Compatible (Remote available separately for RFX-8115/8120) The source unit can be controlled through the use of an IR Remote Control (RFX-1110). The infrared receiver eye, located inside the anti-theft faceplate, accepts infrared encoded data from the remote control. This feature allows various functions of the Tuner, CD Player and CD Changer to be conveniently operated which will not only impress your friends but also your favorite car audio judge. THE RESULT: Ability to operate functions via remote control x Pulse The Pulse provides a momentary +12V to “Output C” of the source unit. ® The Pulse is accessible through the “Diamond R” button on the IR Remote ® Control (RFX-1110). This function enables the user to switch on or off additional components connected to the system. THE RESULT: Ability to trigger amp racks, neon lights, etc. via remote control – 8 – SOURCE UNIT DESIGN FEATURES 13 1912 18 24 AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 5 3 1 25 15 6 2 4 7 10 8111. LC Display – The positive image LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) contains visual indicators for the operation of Tuner, CD Player, CD Changer* and IR Remote. 2. Release Button – Pressing the Release button will detach the faceplate from the main housing for theft prevention. 3. PWR Button – The PWR (power) button turns power on and off for the source unit. 4. AUD Button – The AUD (audio adjustment) button cycles through Bass, Treble, Fade*, Balance, Sub*, and Volume controls. 5. VOL +/– Rocker – The VOL +/– (volume up/down) rocker adjusts the audio level of the Bass, Treble, Fade*, Balance, Sub*, and Volume. 6. TUNE ^v Rocker – The TUNE ^v (tune up/down) rocker selects radio frequencies when in tuner mode and selects CD tracks when in CD mode. 7. CLOCK Button – The CLOCK button controls the functions of the 12 hour time-of-day clock. 8. DSPL Button – The DSPL (display) button allows the LCD to toggle between functions of the Clock, Tuner, CD Player or CD Changer. 9. *DIM Button – Pressing the DIM (dimmer) button (in conjunction with another function explained in Operations secion) will adjust the intensity of the backlighting display. 10. *ILLUM Button – The ILLUM (illumination) button allows the display to toggle between amber and green. * Feature available on select models.– 9 – 14 20 21 22 239 1617 11. LOUD Button – The LOUD (loudness) button enables the bass response to be boosted at low listening levels. 12. IR Eye – The IR (infrared receiver) Eye accepts infrared encoded data from the IR Remote Control. (IR Remote Control is available separately for the RFX-8115/8120.) 13. Sine Wave Button – The SINE WAVE (tuner) button switches the source unit to Tuner (AM/FM) Mode. 14. 1-2-3-4-5-6 Buttons – The 1-2-3-4-5-6 (channel preset) buttons select radio frequencies stored in presets #1 through #6 of the tuner. 15. SEL Button – The SEL (select) button cycles through Seek, Tune and Scan functions of the Tuner (8115/8120) or selects the external Audio Inputs (8130/8140). 16. AUTO Button – The AUTO (auto store) button allows a new group of tuner stations to be temporarily programmed in memory for traveling purposes. 17. P.SCN Button – The P.SCN (preset scan) button will scan and play each preset tuner frequency for approximately 5 seconds each. 18. CD Player Button – The CD PLAYER (single disc) button switches the receiver to CD player mode if a disc has been previously loaded into the housing. 19. CD Eject Button – Pressing the EJECT button will eject the CD and re-initialize Tuner Mode. 20. SCAN Button – Pressing the SCAN button will cycle and play each track in the CD Player for 10 seconds. 21. RPT Button – Pressing the RPT (repeat play) button will replay the current track when in CD Player mode and current track/disc when in CD Changer* mode. 22. RDM Button – Pressing the RDM (random play) button will randomly select and play tracks when in CD player mode and randomly select discs/tracks when in CD Changer* mode. 23. Pause Button – Pressing the Pause button will pause the current playing CD track and reduce the volume to minimum. 24. *CDX Button – The CDX (stack of discs) button selects operation of an optional Rockford Fosgate CD Changer. 25. *D.SCN Button – Pressing the D.SCN button (disc scan) will play the first track of each CD in the CD Changer for 10 seconds, after which the first CD will begin playing. * Feature available on select models.– 10 –

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26 27 28 29 26. 10 Pin Connector – The 10 Pin Connector (pre-amp output) is used for the connection of external amplifiers. (External Audio for 8140) 27. Antenna Connector – The Antenna Connector is a pigtail socket used for connection of a standard male JASCO coaxial connector for RF (radio frequency) input. 28. *13 Pin Din Connector – The 13 Pin Din Connector (CDX cable) provides an easy connection for an optional Rockford Fosgate CD Changer or External Audio Input*. 29. 22 Pin Connector – The 22 Pin Connector (power harness) is used for battery, power, speaker*, accessory wire, and processor* con- nections. * Feature available on select models.– 11 – IR REMOTE DESIGN FEATURES (RFX-8115/8120 option) 1 647

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5 81. IR Remote Control – The IR Remote Control transmits infrared encoded data to the receiver eye. The IR Remote has a range of 15 feet and is capable of transmitting through tinted auto glass. 2. Volume +/– Rocker – The VOLUME +/– (volume up/down) rocker adjusts the audio level. 3. Tune ^v Rocker – The TUNE ^v (tune up/down) rocker selects radio frequency bands when in tuner mode and selects CD tracks when in CD player mode. 4. Sine Wave Button – The SINE WAVE (tuner) button switches the source unit to Tuner (AM/FM) Mode. 5. 1-6 Button – The 1-6 (channel preset) button selects radio frequen- cies stored in presets #1 through #6 of the tuner. 6. CDX Button – The CDX (stack of discs) button selects the operation of an optional Rockford Fosgate CD Changer. 7. CD Player Button – The CD PLAYER (single disc) button switches the source unit to CD player mode if a disc has been previously loaded into the housing. 8. II Button – Pressing the II (pause) button will pause the current playing CD track in CD mode or mute the radio when in tuner mode. 9. “Diamond R” Button – Pressing the “DIAMOND R” button provides a momentary +12V to “Output C” of the source unit. 10. Battery Housing – The Battery Housing holds batteries for the remote control power source. – 12 – INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS The following is a list of tools you will need for installing your Source Unit: Volt/Ohm Meter #2 Phillips screwdriver Wire strippers Battery post wrench Wire crimpers Soldering iron Wire cutters Solder 1/8" diameter heatshrink tubing Heat gun This section focuses on some of the vehicle considerations for installing your new Source Unit. Pre-planning your system layout and best wiring routes will save installation time. When deciding on the layout of your new system, be sure that each component will be easily accessible for making adjustments. Before beginning any installation, be sure to follow these simple rules: 1. Be sure to carefully read and understand the instructions before attempting to install the Source Unit. 2. For safety, disconnect the negative lead from the battery prior to beginning the installation. 3. For easier assembly, we suggest you run all wires prior to mounting your Source Unit in place. 4. Route all of the RCA cables close together and away from any high current wires. 5. Use high quality connectors for a reliable installation and to minimize signal or power loss. 6. Think before you drill! Be careful not to cut or drill into gas tanks, fuel lines, brake or hydraulic lines, vacuum lines or electrical wiring when working on any vehicle. 7. Never run wires underneath the vehicle. Running the wires inside the vehicle provides the best protection. 8. Avoid running wires over or through sharp edges. Use rubber or plastic grommets to protect any wires routed through metal, especially the firewall. 9. ALWAYS protect the battery and electrical system from damage with proper fusing. Install the appropriate fuseholder and fuse on the +12V power wire within 18” (45.7 cm) of the battery terminal. 10. When grounding to the chassis of the vehicle, scrape all paint from the metal to ensure a good, clean ground connection. Grounding connections should be as short as possible and always be connected to metal that is welded to the main body, or chassis, of the vehicle. – 13 – SOURCE UNIT MOUNTING LOCATIONS The mounting position of your source unit will have a great effect on the performance of your CD Player. The source unit can be installed in a wide range of operating locations. However, care should be taken to ensure optimum performance. Engine Compartment Mounting the source unit in the engine compartment will void your warranty. The only thing that should be mounted in the engine compartment is that big metal thing that makes the vehicle go fast. Instrument Panel Mounting the source unit in the instrument panel provides optimum access. The source unit should be securely mounted using the “Standard Mount” or “ISO Mount” method to ensure optimum CD Player performance. Center Console Mounting the source unit in the center console provides optimum access. Be sure the installation does not interfere with the operation of the gear shift or parking brake. The source unit should have a mounting angle within ±20° from horizontal. Glove Box Mounting the source unit in the glove box is adequate, but does not provide easy access. Glove box mounting should only be done if “Instrument Panel” or ”Center Console,” mounting is not acceptable (i.e., maintaining integrity of older vehicles with metal dashboards.) The source unit should be mounted within ±20° from horizontal. Under Dash Mounting the source unit under the dash is adequate, but does not provide easy access. Under dash mounting should only be done if “Instrument Panel,” ”Center Console” or ”Glove Box” mounting is not acceptable. Mount the source unit off to the side of the driver's area to reduce interference with the parking brake, gear shift, or operating pedals. The source unit should be mounted within ±20° from horizontal. – 14 – WIRING THE SYSTEM NOTICE: If you do not feel comfortable with wiring your new source unit, please see your local Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer for assistance. • For safety, disconnect the negative lead from the battery prior to beginning the installation. 1. Install the 22-Pin/Power Harness by connecting the correspond- ing wires to the electrical and audio system. Solder and heat shrink all connections for a reliable installation. For each connec- tion, cut a 1" piece of heat shrink tubing and slide over one of the wires. Strip each wire 3/8" then twist together and solder. Slide the tubing over the connection and shrink the tubing with a hot air gun until no bare wire is exposed. The BLACK Wire (Chassis Ground) supplies power ground for the source unit. Prepare the chassis ground by scraping any paint from the metal surface and thoroughly clean the area of all dirt and grease. Strip the end of the wire and attach a ring connector. Fasten the wire to the chassis using a non-anodized screw and star washer. The RED Wire (Ignition) allows the source unit to turn on only when the ignition key is in the “accessory” or “run” position. Connect the RED wire to a switched 12 volt positive source. The switched signal is usually taken from the ACC (accessory) posi- tion of the ignition. If the vehicle does not have an ACC position, connect the wire to the switched ON position of the ignition. The current consumption through this wire is negligible. The YELLOW Wire (Battery) is the main power wire and retains memory for user-programmed functions. Connect the Yellow wire to a constant 12 volt positive source. The source should always have +12V, even when the ignition is off and the car is not running. The LT. BLUE Wire (Turn-On “A”) is the primary accessory turn- on wire which provides immediate turn-on and .5 sec delayed turn-off. Connect the Lt. Blue wire to the “Remote Turn-On” leads of any external equalizers or crossovers which cause on/ off transients (pops or thumps) in the system. The maximum current available from this lead is 2 Amps. – 15 – The BLUE/WHITE (Turn-On “B”) is the secondary accessory turn-on wire which provides a .5 sec delayed turn-on and immediate turn-off. Connect the Blue/White wire to the “Re- mote Turn-On” leads of the amplifiers. The maximum current available from this lead is 300mA. The BLUE/RED Wire (Turn-On “C”) is the pulsed 500ms output accessible through the “Diamond R” button on the IR Remote. Connect the Blue/Red wire to a latching relay or circuit which will be used to turn on and off accessories such as neon lights, amp racks, etc. The maximum current available from this lead is 300mA. The BROWN Wire (Audio Mute) mutes the audio for cellular phone use. Most cellular phones provide an output which is used to beep-beep the vehicle's horn or mute the audio system. Connect the Brown wire to the cellular phone's “–” output. If the cellular phone is a “+” trigger output, use a relay to “chassis ground” the Brown wire. *The GREEN/WHITE Wire (External Audio Control) triggers the selection of the External Audio Input (External Audio Input #2 for 8140). Connect the Green/White wire to a relay or switch that will provide a constant “chassis ground” when selected. The External audio Input will continue to override all other functions (Tuner, CD, CD Changer) for the duration that the Green/White wire is connected to “chassis ground.” NOTE: Since the External Audio Input and the CD Changer use the same 13-pin DIN connector, only one component can be supported at a time. *The ORANGE Wire (Dimmer) is used for the source unit's illumination dimmer. Connect the Orange wire to the “parking light” or a switched 12 volt positive source. The current consumption through this wire is negligible. Refer to the “Basic Operation” section of this manual for further information. * Feature available on select models. – 16 – *The ORANGE/WHITE Wire (External Dimmer) allows the source unit to control the illumination level of compatible Rockford Fosgate components. Connect the Orange/White wire to the dimmer input (typically orange wire) of the addi- tional Rockford Fosgate component. CAUTION! The Orange/White wire uses Pulse Width Modu- lation (not rheostat design) to control the level of illumination for RF components only. *The BLUE Wire (Power Antenna) is used to control only fully automatic antennas. Since the antenna is specially controlled throughout the different operating conditions of the source unit, it is recommended to use the Blue wire from the source unit instead of the factory power antenna control wire. If this is desired, disconnect the “+” control lead from the power an- tenna and heatshrink it to prevent it from shorting out. Then connect the Blue wire to the “+” control lead of the power antenna. *The Signal Processor Loop is used to insert a signal processor before the volume control on the source unit. The GREEN marked RCAs are the SPL input – the output of the signal processor should connect to these inputs. The GRAY marked RCAs are the SPL output – the input of the signal processor should connect to these outputs. 2. *Connect the Speaker Wires (if external amplifiers are not used) to the corresponding speaker leads by soldering and heat shrinking all connections for a reliable installation. If only one pair of speakers is utilized in the system, use only the FRONT speaker leads and heat shrink the unused REAR leads to prevent from shorting out. Be sure to maintain speaker polarity. DO NOT chassis ground any speaker leads as unstable operation may result. 3. Take a break! You deserve a nice cold one after wiring that 22- pin harness. * Feature available on select models. – 17 – 4. Install the Preamp Harness (if external amplifiers will be used) by plugging the RCA/Balanced cable(s) into the corresponding output jacks from the source unit. Be sure to route the signal level cables away from any high current wires to prevent coupling noise from radiated electrical fields into the audio signal. The GREEN marked RCAs connect to the Front speaker's amplifier. The GRAY marked RCAs connect to the Rear speaker's amplifier. The RED marked RCAs connect to the Subwoofer amplifier. 5. Connect the Antenna by plugging the antenna cable into the connector located at the rear of the source unit. Be sure the antenna is securely grounded to the vehicle for proper radio reception. 6. *Connect the 13-pin DIN Optional CD Changer. Connect the CD Changer's CDX cable to the 13-pin DIN located at the rear of the source unit. Be sure to route the CD cable away from any high current wires to prevent coupling noise from radiated electrical fields into the audio signal. * External Audio Input. Connect the component used for the external audio source to the corresponding terminals of the 13- pin DIN located at the rear of the source unit (refer to the Installation Reference Sheet for the pin-out of the 13-pin DIN). Be sure to route the signal cables away from any high current wires to prevent coupling noise from radiated electrical fields into the audio signal. * Feature available on select models. – 18 – SOURCE UNIT INSTALLATION Source Unit Mounting Angle • Mount the Installation Sleeve into a secure instrument panel • Bend Tabs on the installation sleeve which correspond to the chart above • Bend Appropriate Tabs on all sides of the mounting sleeve (Top, Bottom, Left & Right) 20° 20° • Mount the Source Unit as close to horizontal as possible for optimum CD Player performance • Mounting Angles up to ±20° from horizontal can be accommodated Mounting the Installation Sleeve Instrument Panel Thickness Tabs to Bend A B C D E F G 1.2mm to 2.5mm x x x 2.4mm to 3.5mm x x x 3.6mm to 4.5mm x x 4.6mm to 5.5mm x x x 5.6mm to 7.0mm x x 7.0mm to 12mm x x x 12.0mm to 15mm x x Left Top View Right Side View Side View G C C B F A D E E D A F B C G C – 19 – ® ® INSTALLATION

® ® Installing the Source Unit – Standard Mount Backstrap Trim Piece Installation Sleeve 8mm Max Antenna Antenna Input CAUTION: Installation sleeve should be installed using the appropriate tabs (refer to page 19) • Install Source Unit by sliding unit into installation sleeve until it clicks into place • Mount Backstrap securely behind the instrument panel to prevent source unit vibration • Backstrap Screw should be 8mm max (use supplied screw) • Connect Antenna to antenna jack on rear of source unit • Antenna Ground should read less than 0.05Ω between antenna and chassis ground Installing the Source Unit – ISO Mount Factory BracketTrim Piece Antenna Antenna Input 4mm Max • Remove Trim Piece and Installation Sleeve from source unit • Factory Bracket should align with two mounting holes on each side of source unit • ISO Screws should be 8mm max (use supplied screw) • Connect Antenna to antenna jack on rear of source unit • Antenna Ground should read less than 0.05Ω between antenna and chassis ground • Install Source Unit into instrument panel • Replace Trim Piece on source unit if needed – 20 – INSTALLATION

IUn-installing the Source Unit – Standard Mount NSTALLATION ® ® RESET AUD VOL PWR CLOCK AUTO DSPL D.SCN SCAN • Remove Faceplate and Trim Piece from source unit to access chassis release holes • Disconnect Backstrap from rear of radio (if used) • Insert Release Keys into left and right sides of source unit to disengage locks • Remove Source Unit from installation sleeve with release keys – 21 – P.SCN RPT 1 2 3 ILLUM LOUD COMPACT RDM DIGITAL AUDIO 4 6 SEL ® ® RFX-8130 DIM PAUSE TUNE 5 ® ® Reset Button ® ® RESET • Press Reset Button if source unit gets jammed during operation

BASIC OPERATIONAUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL VOL PWR ® ® RFX-8103 DSPL P.SCLOUD N TUNE 6 DETACHABLE FACEPLATE Removing the Faceplate 1.Press the Release button to release the faceplate from the main housing. 2.Grasp the right side of the faceplate and pull it out. Installing the Faceplate 1.Insert the left side of the faceplate into the main housing. 2.Push the right side of the faceplate until it locks firmly into place. Considerations Make sure there is no dirt or dust on the connector terminals and no foreign objects between the front panel and the main housing. NOTE: To prevent damage to the faceplate, protect it by storing it in the supplied carrying case. – 22 – D.SCN SCAN RPT RDM DIM PAUSE 1 2 3 4 5

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 6 POWER SWITCH <=> On Off DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE 1 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 PWR Power On/Off Press the PWR button to turn the source unit on and off. This switch has operating priority over all other switches. “Wake Up” Feature Pressing any button except for the DSPL and EJECT buttons will turn the source unit on if it has been previously powered off. Display The display will turn on whenever ignition voltage is applied, without regard to the radio power switch. If the ignition power is on, and radio is off, only the clock will be displayed. Considerations Removing the faceplate will turn the unit off. Inital Power-Up Defaults Preset Scan Off Auto Store Off CD Random Mode Off CD Repeat Mode Off CD Disc Scan Off CD Scan Off Loudness On Backlighting Color Green Backlighting Dim Level 4 (max) Volume Level 10 Default Display Clock CD Mode Default Display Track # & Elapsed Time Frequency Range Americas – 23 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 6 =>+VOL DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE 1 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 BASS>TREBLE>FADE>BALANCE>SUB>VOLUME BASS TREB *FADE BAL *SUB VOL Audio Adjustment AUD 1.Press the AUD button to cycle the radio through BASS>TREB>FADE*>BAL>SUB*>VOL. Volume is always the default audio adjustment. 2.Press the VOL (+) rocker to increase the selection. 3.Press the VOL (–) rocker to decrease the selection. Display The display will indicate the selected function and the corresponding level. Function Display Range Default Volume: Vol 0 to 38 10 Bass: Bass –8 to +8 0 Treble: Treb –8 to +8 0 *Fade: Fade B15 to F15 0 Balance: Bal L15 to R15 0 * Subwoofer: Sub 0 to 32 32 After five seconds of Bass, Treble, Balance , Fader, or Subwoofer, the display will revert to its default (Tuner/ CD or Clock). Considerations Separate Bass and Treble settings are retained for AM, FM, CD Player, CD Changer and External Audio* Modes. After five seconds of Bass, Treble,Fader, Balance or Subwoofer, the +/– rocker will revert to volume adjust- ment. Any tuner function will cancel the selected audio adjustment mode and default the +/– rocker to volume adjustment. *Feature available on select models – 24 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 6 DSPL DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE 1 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 CLOCK OPERATION CLOCK Set the Clock Hours 1. Press and hold the CLOCK (DSPL) button for two =>seconds. The display will indicate “SET” and the hour digit(s) will flash. SET 12: =2. Press the up arrow (^) to increase hours. >3. Press the down arrow (v) to decrease hours. TUNE Set the Clock Minutes 1.Push the Clock (DSPL) button a second time. The minute digits will begin to flash. CLOCK DSPL 2.Press the up arrow (^) to increase minutes. =3.Press the down arrow (v) to decrease minutes. > The seconds will automatically reset to zero. CLOCK DSPL Display =On initial power-up, the clock will indicate 1:00. The > clock is displayed when the radio is off and ignition SET :14 voltage is on. =>Considerations Momentarily pushing the Clock (DSPL) button while in TUNE Clock mode will toggle between hours and minutes. After five seconds, the Clock function will time out and revert to its default display (Tuner/CD or Clock). Push- ing any button except the Clock and PRESET 5 will cancel this mode before the five second time out. In addition, PRESET 6 will not cancel time set mode if the radio is turned off. The clock may be set with the ignition on and radio power on or off. – 25 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 DISPLAY RECALL Tuner Mode Display Recall =Press the DSPL (display) button to toggle the > display between Tuner frequency and Clock. CLOCK DSPL =CD/CDX Mode Display Recall >Press the DSPL (display) button to toggle the 100.3 <=> 12:14 display between CD/CDX and Clock. *External Audio Mode Display Recall In External Audio Mode, press the DSPL (dis- or play) button to toggle the display between EX AUD and Clock. CLOCK DSPL Ignition Off Display Recall With ignition off, press the DSPL (display) but- ton to display the Clock for five seconds. T2 1:34 <=> 12:14 Considerations After five seconds, the display will revert to its default. *Feature available on select models EX AUD =>CLOCK DSPL => EX AUD <=> 12:14 =>=> – 26 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 6 => CLOCK =>=>=>=> T2 1:34 6 DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE 1 2 3 4 5 DSPL=> SET :14 100.3 <= 6 => 12:14 or CLOCKDSPL SET :14 <==> 12:14 =EX AUD >CLOCK DSPL SET :14 =>EX AUD<= 6 => 12:14 *Feature available on select models – 27 – => RFX-8103 ® ® DEFAULT DISPLAY Operation The display can be set to default to the operating mode (Tuner, CD Player, CD Changer, External Audio) or Clock. Set Tuner Mode Default Display 1. Press the SINE WAVE (Tuner) button to select Tuner mode. 2. Press and hold the DSPL (display) button for two seconds to enter Clock mode. 3. Press PRESET 6 to select Tuner Frequency or Clock. Set CD Player/Changer Mode Default Display 1. Press the CD Player/Changer button to select CD Player/Changer mode. 2. Press and hold the DSPL (display) button for two seconds to enter Clock mode. 3. Press PRESET 6 to select Track # & Elapsed Time or Clock. *Set External Audio Default Display 1. Select the External Audio Input mode. 2. Press and hold the DSPL (display) button for two seconds to enter Clock mode. 3. Press PRESET 6 to select EX AUD or Clock. Considerations After five seconds, the new default display will appear. Initial Power Up Defaults Operating Mode Default Display Ignition Off Clock Tuner Mode Clock CD Player Mode Track # & Elapsed Time CD Changer Mode Disc #, Track # & Elapsed Time Ex. Audio Mode Clock

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 5 6 Off Low MedHi Max DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE 1 2 3 4 ® ® RFX-8103 *ILLUMINATION DIMMER CLOCK Operation DSPL The backlight illumination is turned on by applying =+12 volts to the Dimmer input (orange wire) at the rear >of the source unit. DIM Dimmer Program 5 1. Press and hold the DSPL button for two seconds. 2. Press the DIM (PRESET 5) button to adjust the intensity from 0 (off) to 4 (max). Considerations Once 4 is reached, the intensity setting will start over at 0. Initial Power Up Defaults On initial power-up, the backlight Dim Level will default to 4 (max.). AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL D.SCN SCAN P.SCRPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 *ILLUMINATION COLOR ILLUM Change Color LOUD 1. Press and hold the ILLUM (LOUD) button for two =seconds to toggle between Green and Amber back- > light color. GREEN 2. Press and hold the ILLUM (LOUD) button again for ILLUM two seconds to change to the previous color. LOUD Initial Power-Up Defaults => On initial power-up, the display and buttons will be backlit Green. AMBER *Feature available on select models – 28 –

ILLUM Loudness On/Off LOUD 1. Press the LOUD button to enable the loudness feature. LD 2. Press the LOUD button a second time to disable the loudness feature. Display When the loudness feature is enabled, “LD” will be indicated on the display. Initial Power-Up Defaults On initial power-up, the Loudness function will default to On. => AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR D.SCN DSPL SCAN DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 5 6 – 29 – P.SCRPT N LOUD RDM DIM PAUSE 1 2 3 4 ® ® RFX-8103 LOUDNESS CONTROL

TUNER OPERATION AUD CLOCK ILLUM COMPACT SEL DIGITAL AUDIO PWR 6 CLOCK Operation The frequency band on the tuner can be programmed to conform with different country codes (except Japan). Set Programmable Frequency Band => 1. Press and hold the DSPL (display) button for two seconds to enter Clock mode 2. Press the SINE WAVE (tuner) button 3. Press the SEL (select) button to cycle through each country AMERICAS AM=530 – 1710 kHz @ 10kHz spacing FM=87.75–107.9 MHz @ 200kHz spacing EUR/AUST AM= 522–1620kHz @ 9kHz spacing FM=87.5–108.0MHz @ 100kHz spacing SAUDI AM=531-1602kHz @ 9kHz spacing FM=87.5-108.0MHz @ 100kHz spacing Considerations The frequency can be programmed with the radio power on or off. Initial Power-Up Defaults Frequency Band ............................... Americas AUTO VOL DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 * WORLD WIDE TUNER DSPL => SET 12:14 SEL AMERICAS EUR/AUST SAUDI *Feature available on select models – 30 – =>

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM COMPACT SEL VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 6 FM 1 FM 2 FM 3 AM FM 1 TUNE 100.3 DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE 1 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 TUNER MODE Tuner Select 1. Press the SINE WAVE (tuner) button to select the radio tuner and go to the last active band. 2. Consecutive pressing of the SINE WAVE (tuner) button cycles the radio through FM1, FM2, FM3 and AM. Display The display will indicate “TUNE,” station frequency, and band indicator for five seconds. After five seconds, the display will switch to its default (Tuner or Clock). Initial Power-Up Defaults – Americas Preset Preset Preset Preset Preset Preset 1 2 3 4 5 6 FM1 (MHz) 87.75 88.1 98.1 96.3 107.9 103.7 FM2 (MHz) 87.75 88.1 98.1 96.3 107.9 103.7 FM3 (MHz) 87.75 88.1 98.1 96.3 107.9 103.7 AM (kHz) 530 600 1000 1400 1710 1070 => – 31 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM COMPACT SEL VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 TUNER PRESETS =TUNE <=> SEEK >DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE ® ® RFX-8103 SEL Operation There are 24 total presets available for storing tuner =>frequencies: AM = 6 presets FM1 = 6 presets FM2 = 6 presets FM3 = 6 presets Station Storing TUNE 1. Tune to the station to be stored using the manual =Tune or Seek methods. > 2. Press and hold the desired PRESET button for at FM 1 least two seconds to store the selected station. TUNE 100.3 Preset Recall =>Pressing one of the 1-2-3-4-5-6 (channel preset) buttons will recall radio frequency stored in that 1 2 3 4 5 6 preset. Display The display will indicate “TUNE,” station frequency, band indicator and channel preset for five seconds. After five seconds, the display will switch to its default (Tuner or Clock). Considerations The audio will mute during the station store mode. Pressing any PRESET button and releasing it within 2 seconds will tune the radio to the channel previ- ously stored in that preset. The PRESET buttons assume different functions when a CD is played. – 32 –

R AUD CLOCK ILLUM PWR 6 SEL SEEK TUNE SCAN AUTO COMPACT VOL DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 1 DSPL P.SCN LOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT RDM DIM PAUSE 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 RADIO TUNE MODES – SEEK>TUNE>SCAN RFX-8115/8120 Operation SEL Seek mode automatically selects the next radio station. =>Tune mode allows manual selection of a radio station. Scan mode samples each radio station for five seconds. Radio Tune Mode Select Press the SEL (select) button to cycle through the radio =tune modes (Seek/Tune/Scan). > Seek Mode TUNE After Seek mode has been selected, press the TUNE rocker (^/v) to automatically select the next radio station. Tune Mode After Tune mode has been selected, press the TUNE rocker (^/v) to manually select radio stations. Scan Mode 1. After the Scan mode has been selected, press the TUNE rocker (^/v) to automatically sample each radio station for 5 seconds each. 2. Press the TUNE (^/v) rocker to stop on the current radio station. Display The display will indicate the radio tune mode, station frequency, band indicator, channel preset (if appli- cable), and stereo indicator (if stereo broadcast detected) for five seconds. After five seconds, the display will return to its default (Tuner or Clock). Considerations The Seek>Tune>Scan mode latches and does not time out. – 33 –

R AUD CLOCK ILLUM PWR 6 SEL SEEK AUTO COMPACT VOL DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 1 DSPL P.SCN LOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT RDM DIM PAUSE 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 RADIO TUNE MODES – SEEK>TUNE RFX-8130/8140 TUNE Operation TUNE Seek mode automatically selects the next radio station. Tune mode allows manual selection of a radio station. Seek Mode Select Momentarily press the TUNE (^/v) rocker to automati- cally select the next radio station. TUNE Tune Mode Select 1. Press and hold the TUNE rocker (^/v) for 2 seconds to enter manual Tune Mode. (press and hold) 2. Press the TUNE (^/v) rocker to manually select radio stations (one frequency at a time). Display The display will indicate the radio tune mode, station frequency, band indicator, channel preset (if appli- cable), and stereo indicator (if stereo broadcast detected) for five seconds. After five seconds, the display will return to its default (Tuner or Clock). Considerations The Seek mode is always the default. The radio will default back to Seek mode if the TUNE (^/v) rocker is not pressed within 2 seconds of entering Tune Mode. – 34 –

AUD 6 SEL FM 1 TUNE 100.3 CLOCK ILLUM PWR AUTO COMPACT VOL DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 1 DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 AUTO STORE AUTO P.SCN Operation The radio will search, and temporarily store, the strongest =stations in the selected band (6 for AM & 18 for FM). >Auto Store Select Press and hold the P.SCN button for two seconds to =switch to Auto Store mode. > Auto Store Cancel FM1 (6) Press and hold the P.SCN button for two seconds to FM2 (6) cancel Auto Store mode. When canceled, the original FM3 (6) presets will be restored, discarding the presets found AM (6) during Auto Store. Considerations Auto Store presets will be deleted only after the battery has been disconnected. Initial Power-Up Defaults On initial power-up, Auto Store will default to Off. – 35 –

AUD 6 SEL AUTO P.SCN => FM1 (6) FM2 (6) FM3 (6) CLOCK ILLUM PWR AUTO COMPACT VOL DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 1 DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 PRESET SCAN Operation When Preset Scan is selected, the radio will sequentially sample each preset tuner frequency for five seconds each. (Up to 18 FM or 6 AM <=>AM (6) presets) Preset Scan Select =Press the P.SCN button to enable Preset Scan > mode. AUTO P.SCN If a preset station is active when P.SCN is depressed, then the preset stations will be (stop) sampled sequentially beginning at the next higher numbered preset. Preset Scan Cancel Press the P.SCN button a second time to cancel the Preset Scan mode. It is also canceled by all buttons except LOUD, EJECT and audio volume functions. Display During Preset Scan tuning, the display will indicate “PSCN,” frequency, band indicator and channel preset. Considerations Preset Scanning will continue until the function is canceled. The tuner will wrap around from the last preset of FM3 to the first preset of FM1. Initial Power-Up Defaults On initial power-up, Preset Scan will default to Off. – 36 –

CD PLAYER OPERATION AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL D.SCN SCAN P.SCRPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 CD PLAYER MODE CD Player Select =Press the SINGLE DISC (CD Player) button to select CD > Player mode. If a disc had been previously loaded, it T 2 1:34 will resume operation where it left off. CD Player Cancel The CD Player mode can be canceled by pressing the SINE WAVE (tuner) or the CDX (stack of discs) buttons. Display The display will indicate Track #, Elapsed Time and the CD Icon for five seconds. If a CD was not previously loaded into the CD Player, the display will indicate “NO CD.” After five seconds, the display will switch to its default (CD or Clock). The CD Icon will be displayed if a disc is already loaded in the CD Player. Considerations Pressing the CD PLAYER (single disc) button will take priority over any mode. NOTE: 3" CDs may be loaded without the need for an adaptor ring. Initial Power-Up Defaults CD Random Mode Off CD Repeat Mode Off CD Scan Off CD Mode Default Display Track # & Elapsed Time – 37 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL VOL PWR DSPL P.SCN LOUD COMPACT DIGITAL AUDIO D.SCN SCAN RPT RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 RFX-8130 ® ® INSERT CD AND PLAY CD (Insert Label Side Up) Operation Inserting a CD will cancel any current mode, switch to CD Player mode and begin playing the CD from track #1. Insert CD Carefully insert the CD (label side up) into the CD Player. “Wake-Up” Feature Inserting a CD with ignition on will power the source unit up and begin playing the CD. Display The display will indicate Track #, Elapsed Time and the CD icon. Considerations A CD may be inserted at any time, even with ignition off. – 38 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 CD EJECT CD Eject =Press the EJECT button to release the CD and re- > initialize Previous Play or Eject Mute mode (see below) Display The CD Icon will be turned off when the CD is ejected. CD Considerations If the CD is left in the ejected position, it will automati- (Remove CD) cally be reloaded after 25 seconds. The reload opera- tion will not re-initialize CD mode or affect any current modes. A CD may be ejected during any mode (AM, FM or CD Changer) or if the ignition is off. AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR EJECT DEFAULT DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 PREVIOUS PLAY Eject Default Operation Previous Play enables Tuner mode after a CD is ejected. =Eject Mute mutes the audio after a CD is ejected. > Eject Default Program 100.3 1. Press the DSPL button to enter clock mode. 2. Press the SINGLE DISC (CD Player) button to cycle EJECT MUTE between “P PLAY” or “EJ MUTE.” Display =Previous Play > The display will indicate normal Tuner functions. NO CDX Eject Mute The display will indicate “NO CDX.” – 39 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 2 3 4 6 T 2 1:34 DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIMPAUSE 1 5 ® ® RFX-8103 NEXT TRACK / PREVIOUS TRACK CD Track Select 1. Press and release the up arrow (^) rocker to select the TUNE next track. Press and release the down arrow (v) =rocker to select the previous track. > 2. Consecutive pressing of the up/down (^/v) rocker will increase or decrease the track number corre- sponding to the number of depressions. Display The display will indicate Track #, Elapsed Time and the CD Icon for five seconds. After five seconds, the display will switch to its default (CD or Clock). Considerations If the highest track is reached, the CD Player/Changer will wrap around to track #1 and continue. If the lowest track is reached, the CD Player/Changer will wrap around to the highest track and continue. – 40 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 2 3 4 6 Fast Forward/Fast Rewind 1. Press and hold the up arrow (^) rocker to fast forward the track. Press and hold the down arrow (v) rocker to fast rewind the track. 2. Release the up/down arrow rocker to stop the fast forward/rewind function and resume play mode. Display The display will indicate the accelerated Elapsed Time for as long as the up/down arrow (^/v) rocker is de- pressed. ® ® RFX-8103 DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIMPAUSE 1 5 ® ® RFX-8103 FAST FORWARD / FAST REWIND TUNE =>T 2 1:34 AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM COMPACT SEL VOL PWR DSPL P.SCLOUD DIGITAL AUDIO D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 TRACK SCAN SCAN Operation 2The CD Player will cycle and play each track on the CD =>for ten seconds. T 2 SCAN Disc Scan Select =1. Press the SCAN button to select Scan mode. >2. Press the SCAN button a second time to disable Scan T1mode. T2T3T4 etc. Display The display will indicate “SCAN,” Track #, Elapsed Time and the CD Icon. Considerations Scan mode will select the next track, then begin its cycle mode. Scan mode will continue cycling until the func- tion is canceled or another function is selected. – 41 –

T ➥ 2 ➥track ➥➥ 1:34RPT AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL VOL PWR TUNE 2 3 6 RANDOM PLAY Operation Random Play will randomly select and play tracks from the disc in the CD Player. Random Play Select 1. Press the RDM (random) button to select Random Play mode. 2. Press the RDM (random) button a second time to disable Random Play mode. Display The display will indicate “RDM,” Track #, Elapsed Time and the CD Icon. – 42 – COMPACT DIGITAL AUDIO 4 RDM =4>T2 T10T7T3 etc. DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIMPAUSE 1 5 ® ® RFX-8103 T 2 RDM 1:34 3=>RPT => => AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 REPEAT PLAY Operation The CD Player will repeat the current playing track. Repeat Play Select 1. Press the RPT (repeat) button to select Repeat Play mode. 2. Press the RPT (repeat) button a second time to disable Repeat Play mode. Display The display will indicate “RPT,” Track #, Elapsed Time and the CD Icon. Considerations Repeat Play mode will repeat only one track at a time. Repeat Play mode will continue until the function is canceled or another function is selected.

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 2 3 4 6 6=> T 2 1:34 <=>T 2 PAUS DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIMPAUSE 1 5 ® ® RFX-8103 CD PAUSE Pause CD PAUSE 1. Press the PAUSE button to stop the current playing track and reduce the volume to minimum. 2. Press the PAUSE button a second time to resume playing the track at the position prior to stopping. Display The display will indicate “PAUS” and Track #. – 43 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIMPAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 CD CHANGER MODE CD Changer Select =Press the CDX (stack of discs) button to select CD > Changer mode. If the magazine is loaded in the CD Disc 3 T 2 1:34 changer with at least one disc installed, the CD Changer will play the first track of that CD. CD Changer Cancel The CD Changer mode can be canceled by pressing the SINE WAVE (tuner) or the CD PLAYER (single disc) buttons. Display The display will indicate Disc #, Track #, Elapsed Time and the CD Changer Icon for five seconds. If there aren't any CDs or magazines loaded in the CD Changer, the display will indicate “NO CDX”. After five seconds, the display will switch to its default (CD or Clock). The CDX Icon will be displayed if a disc is already loaded in the CD Changer. Considerations Pressing the CDX (stack of discs) button will take priority over any mode. Initial Power-Up Defaults CD Random Mode Off CD Repeat Mode Off CD Scan Off CD Mode Default Display Track # & Elapsed Time – 44 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 2 3 4 6 Disc 1 Disc 2 Disc 3 etc. DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIMPAUSE 1 5 ® ® RFX-8103 DISC SELECTION Disc Select 1. Press and hold the CDX (stack of discs) button to cycle through the discs in the magazine. 2. Release the CDX button to stop Disc Selection Mode and resume playing. Display The Display will indicate Disc#, Track#, Elapsed Time (00) and the CDX Icon until the function is canceled. The display will also indicate the CDX Icon when the maga- zine is loaded in the CD changer with at least one disc. Considerations The audio will be muted until the disc selection is made. AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM COMPACT SEL VOL PWR DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 CDX TRACK SCAN SCAN2Operation The CD Changer will cycle and play each track on the =currently playing CD for ten seconds. > Disc Scan Select Disc 3 T 2 SCAN 1. Press the SCAN button to select Scan mode. =2. Press the SCAN button a second time to disable > Scan mode. T 1 Display T 2 The display will indicate “SCAN,” Disc #,Track #, T 3 Elapsed Time and the CD Icon. etc. Considerations Scan mode will select the next track, then begin its cycle mode. Scan mode will continue cycling until the function is canceled or another function is selected. – 45 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIMPAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 MAGAZINE DISC SCAN D.SCN Operation 1The CD Changer will cycle and play the first track of =each disc for ten seconds. > Disc 3 T 2 DSCAN Disc Scan Select 1. Press the D.SCAN button to select Disc Scan mode. => 2. Press the D.SCAN button a second time to disable Disc Scan mode. Disc1 Disc2 Disc3 etc. Display The display will indicate “D.SCN,” Disc #, Track #, Elapsed Time and the CD Changer Icon. Considerations Disc Scan mode will continue cycling until the function is canceled or another function is selected. – 46 –

AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIM PAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 CDX REPEAT PLAY RPT3Operation The CD Changer will repeat the current playing track or =the entire disc. > Disc 3 RPT T 2 1:34 Repeat Track Select 1. Press the RPT (repeat) button to select Repeat Track =➥mode. > ➥ ➥Track ➥ 2. Press the RPT (repeat) button two times to disable Repeat Track mode. Repeat Disc Select 1. Press the RPT (repeat) button two times to select Repeat Disc mode. RPT32. Press the RPT (repeat) button a third time to disable Repeat Disc mode. Display RPTThe display will indicate “RPT,” Disc #, Track #, and the 3 CD Changer Icon. The CD Changer Icon will flash when in Repeat Disc mode. Disc Considerations Repeat Track/Repeat Disc mode will repeat only the current playing track or disc. Repeat Track/Repeat Disc mode will continue until the function is canceled or another function is selected. – 47 – => =>3 RPT T 2 1:34 =➥> ➥ ➥Disc ➥

RDM4 Disc 3 RDM T 2 1:34 Disc1 T2 Disc3 T10 Disc5 T7 etc. AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL P.SCD.SCN SCAN RPT N LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO RDM DIMPAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8103 CDX RANDOM PLAY Operation Random Play will randomly select and play tracks from all discs in the CD Changer. Random Play Select 1. Press the RDM (random) button to select Random Play mode. 2. Press the RDM (random) button a second time to disable Random Play mode. Display The display will indicate “RDM,” Disc #, Track #, Elapsed Time and the CD Icon. Considerations The Random Play mode will begin its cycle after completing the current playing track. Random Play mode will continue until the function is canceled or another function is selected. =>=> – 48 –

*EXTERNAL AUDIO OPERATION AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL VOL PWR TUNE 2 3 6 ® ® RFX-8130 COMPACT DIGITAL AUDIO 4 Audio External Audio Source Green/White=> DSPL P.SCN LOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT RDM DIMPAUSE 1 5 8130 EXTERNAL AUDIO INPUT Operation The 8130 External Audio Input is a 2-channel input that allows the source unit to play an additional audio source (VCR, video game, etc.) SEL External Audio Select 1. Press the SEL (select) button to switch to EX AUDIO. CD/Tuner <=> EX AUDIO 2. Press the SEL button a second time to revert back to CD/Tuner mode. Mode Mode ...OR... 1. Chassis ground the Green/White wire (use relay switch) to select EX AUDIO Mode. 2. Disconnect the wire from chassis ground to revert back to CD/Tuner mode. CD/Tuner <=> Mode Switch Display EX AUDIO Mode The display will indicate “EX AUDIO” for five seconds then switch to its default (External Audio or Clock). Considerations The SEL (select) button has priority control over the Green/White trigger wire. NOTE: Since the External Audio Input and CD Changer share the same 13-pin DIN, the source unit can only support one device at a time. *Feature available on select models => – 49 –

8140 EXTERNAL AUDIO INPUTS Operation The 8140 External Audio Inputs are 2-channel inputs that allow the source unit to play two additional audio EX AUD 1 sources (VCR, video game, etc.) SEL External Audio #1 Select 1. Press the SEL (select) button to switch to EX AUD 1. CD/Tuner <=> EX AUD 1 Mode Mode 2. Press the SEL button a second time to revert back to CD/Tuner mode. External Audio #2 Select EX AUD 2 1. Chassis ground the Green/White wire (use relay or switch) to select EX AUD 2. 2. Disconnect the wire from chassis ground to revert back to CD/Tuner mode. Display CD/Tuner <=> Mode Switch Green/White=> The display will indicate “EX AUD 1” or “EX AUD 2” for EX AUD 2 Mode five seconds then switch to its default (External Audio or Clock). Considerations The SEL (select) button has priority control over the Green/White trigger wire. The SEL button will cycle between EX AUD 1 and EX AUD 2 when the Green/White wire is connected to chassis ground. NOTE: Since the External Audio Input-2 and CD Changer share the same 13-pin DIN, the source unit can only support one device at a time. (EX AUD1 uses independent RCA inputs) => *Feature available on select models AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DSPL P.SCN LOUD DIGITAL AUDIO D.SCN SCAN RPT RDM DIMPAUSE TUNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® ® RFX-8140 Audio External Audio Source #1 Audio External Audio Source #2 – 50 –

IR REMOTE OPERATION +– ® 1-6 ANY BUTTON “WAKE UP” +Operation –The “Wake Up” feature allows the IR Remote to turn =on the source unit without the use of the PWR button. > Any Button “Wake Up” VOL 23 Press any button except the “Diamond R” button to turn on the source unit. Considerations This function is only active when the ignition power is on. +– VOLUME 1-6 ® ADJUSTMENT +–Operation Press the VOLUME (+) rocker to increase the audio =level. Press the VOLUME (–) rocker to decrease the > audio level. VOL 23 Display The display will indicate the number (0-38) corre- sponding to the audio level selected. Considerations Five seconds after the last volume adjustment, the display will switch to the default display. – 51 –

+– ® TUNE RADIO/ 1-6 SEEK TRACK ADJUSTMENT TUNER MODE Tune Radio When in Tuner mode, pressing the TUNE (^/v) rocker will enable the radio to Seek up/down to the next radio station. Considerations SEEK 100.3 If the end of the frequency band is reached, the seek will wrap around to the opposite end of the band and continue to seek. CD MODE Seek Track When in CD mode, pressing the TUNE (^/v) rocker will advance the CD Player/CD Changer to the next/previ- =ous track. After track selection is reached, the CD will > begin to play. T 2 1.34 Considerations If the highest track is reached, the unit will wrap around to track #1 and begin playing. If the lowest track is reached, the unit will wrap around to the highest track# and begin playing. – 52 – => +– ® FM 1 FM 2 FM 3 AM 1-6 => TUNER MODE 2. Consecutive pressing of the SINE WAVE (tuner) button cycles the radio through FM1, FM2, FM3, and AM. Display FM 1 TUNE 100.3 +– ® 1-6 1-6 The display will indicate “TUNE”, station frequency and band indicator. After five seconds, the display will switch to its default (Tuner frequency or Clock) depen- dent on its program default. TUNER PRESETS Selecting Presets 1. Press the 1-6 (channel preset) button to tune the => 123456 radio to the frequency stored in preset #1. 2. Consecutive pressing of the 1-6 (channel preset) button (within five seconds of the previous depres- sion) will cycle through each tuner preset. Display FM 1 CH1 TUNE 100.3 Tuner Select Along with the preset which has been selected, the display will indicate “TUNE,” station frequency and band indicator. After five seconds, the display will revert to its default (Tuner or Clock).

1. Press the SINE WAVE (tuner) button to select the radio tuner and go to the last active band. Considerations If the highest preset (#6) has been reached, the unit will wrap around to Preset #1. – 53 –

Disc 1 Disc 2 Disc 3 etc. CD CHANGER MODE 1. Momentarily press the CDX (stack of discs) button to select the operation of the optional CD Changer. 2. Press and hold the CDX button to cycle through the discs in the magazine.

CD Changer Select 3. Release the CDX button to stop disc selection mode and resume playing. Display Along with the CD Changer icon, the display will indicate Disc#, Track#, and Elapsed Time for ap- proximately five seconds. After five seconds, the display will return to its default (CD or Clock). Considerations Pressing this button without a CD inserted in the CD Changer will indicate “NO CDX.” After five sec- onds, the display will return to its default (CD or Clock). The selection of the CDX (stack of discs) button will stop the in-dash CD Player and activate the CD Changer. – 54 – CD +– ® PLAYER MODE 1-6 CD Player Select 1. Press the CD PLAYER (single disc) button to select => CD Player mode. If a disc has been previously loaded, it will begin T 2 1:34 playing where it previously left off. Display Along with the CD Player icon, the display will indicate Track # and Elapsed Time. After five seconds the display will return to its default (CD or Clock). Considerations Pressing this button without a CD inserted will indicate “NO CD.” After five seconds, the display will return to its default (CD or Clock). Pressing the CD PLAYER (single disc) button will take priority over any mode (CD Changer/Tuner) currently playing. – 55 – PAUSE +– ® / MUTE 1-6 CD Mode Pause Select (CD) 1. When in CD Mode, press the II (pause) button to pause the current playing track. => 2. Press the II button a second time to resume playing T 2 PAUS the disc at the position prior to stopping. Mute Select (Tuner/External Audio) 1. When in Tuner/External Audio Mode, press the II Tuner/External (pause) button to mute the radio. Audio Mode 2. Press the II button a second time to resume playing the radio station. => Display T 2 PAUS Along with the appropriate CD, Tuner, or External Audio indicators, “PAUS” will be indicated on the display. +– PULSE ® ® 1-6 Pulse Output Select Press the DIAMOND R button to switch “Output C” of the source unit from 0 volts to +12 volts for a period of =® > 500ms. The current available from this output is 300mA Output C maximum. (+12V for 500ms) Display There will not be any display changes corresponding to this function. Considerations This function is only active when the ignition power is on. Please refer to your local Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer for possible applications on the Pulse. ® – 56 – IR +– ® REMOTE RANGE 1-6 AUD CLOCK AUTO ILLUM SEL COMPACT VOL PWR DIGITAL AUDIO TUNE 6 1-6 + CR2032 DSPL P.SCLOUD D.SCN SCAN RPT N RDM DIM PAUSE 1 2 3 4 5 ® ® RFX-8103 45° 45° For optimum range, keep the IR Remote within 45° of the source unit's faceplate. – 57 – +– ® BATTERY STORAGE COMPARTMENT Replace Batteries + CR2032 Remove the two #1 Phillips screws and carefully remove the back cover. Replace the batteries with two “CR2032” (or equiva- lent) “watch type” lithium batteries. Replace Cover Replace the back cover and the two #1 Phillips screws. (DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.) Considerations Use only lithium batteries and observe proper polarity. ROCKFORD FOSGATE ACCESSORIES x Replacement Faceplate Case (HW-1222-A) If you're always “on the go”, there have been plenty of times you have dropped, kicked or sat on your detachable faceplate case. After all, the function of the case is to protect your investment. So, if you find your old faceplate case needs to be retired, replacements are avail- able for continued protection. x 6-Disc CD Changer (RFX-8601) The RFX-8601 is a 6-disc CD changer compatible with select RFX source units. The CD changer features dual 1 bit D/A converters with 8x oversampling for precise playback and a heavy duty damping system to reduce CD skipping in even the bumpiest conditions. The five way adjustable suspension accommodates horizontal and verti- cal mounting as well as any angle between 0° and 90°. All data and power transmissions are carried through a single 18 foot CDX cable. The CD Changer's compact size facilitates stealth mounting in small center consoles or glove boxes. dchaisc nger ® R F X - 8 6 0 16 ATTENTION: We recommend your Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer install your new accessory. – 58 – ® x Additional 6-Disc Magazine (RFX-1610) Eliminate the frustration of constantly switching out the discs in your CD Changer with additional 6-Disc Maga- zines. Maximize your listening time by ejecting the old tunes and popping in new ones. Use several magazines to sort your music by artist, music type or even his and hers. DIO AUDIGITAL x IR Remote (RFX-1110) The RFX-1110 is an Infrared Remote Control which operates many functions of the source unit. The remote features a Tuner button used for selecting one of four tuner modes, a CD Changer button for cycling between discs and a CD Player mode button. A Volume rocker adjusts the source unit's audio level and a Tune rocker selects radio stations in Tuner mode and disc tracks in CD mode. The re- mote also features a Tuner Preset button for recalling presets stored in memory and a CD Pause/Radio Mute button. For special applications, a Pulsed Output (“Diamond R”) button triggers a momentary positive pulse from the source unit to activate accessories like a trunk release, amp rack or neon lights. The IR Remote is available for Rockford Fosgate source units that are IR Remote compatible. ATTENTION: We recommend your Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer install the pulsed output function of the source unit. – 59 – CT PAOMC• N IOTCEIRDIS HTIN T RESIN• +– ® 1-6x CD Lens Cleaner (RP9650) Maintain the performance of your new Rockford Fosgate CD player with the CD Lens Cleaner. The CD Lens Cleaner safely removes dust and other contaminants from the laser lens to ensure optimum disc tracking. The lens cleaner is safe for both in-dash CD Players and CD Changers. Connecting Punch Accessories are available at any Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer. TROUBLE-SHSOURCE UNIT TROUBLESHOOTING OOTING Symptom Diagnosis Remedy

Source Unit does not turn on No backlight illumination (8120/8130/8140) No audio output (display indicates “VOL 0”) Speakers pop when turning Source Unit On/Off Voltage applied to Red and Yellow wires is not between 10.5 and 16 volts or there is no volt- age present Source unit is not prop- erly grounded Voltage applied to Or- ange wire is not between 10.5 and 16 volts or there is no voltage present Brown wire is grounded Turn On “A” and “B” are not configured properly Check battery, fuses and con- nections and repair or replace as necessary. If voltage is above +16 volts, have the electrical system inspected by an autho- rized car service center Check battery, fuses and con- nections and repair or replace as necessary. If voltage is above +16 volts, have the electrical system inspected by an autho- rized car service center Check wiring and repair as necessary Check battery, fuses and con- nections and repair or replace as necessary. If voltage is above +16 volts, have the electrical system inspected by an autho- rized car service center Check battery, fuses and con- nections and repair or replace as necessary. If voltage is above +16 volts, have the electrical system inspected by an autho- rized car service center Check wiring and repair as necessary Check wiring and repair as necessary Check wiring and repair as necessary. Refer to “Wiring the System” section of this manual for further information Check wiring and repair as necessary. Refer to “Wiring the System” section of this manual for further information Source Unit is not prop- erly grounded Cellular phone or other component is falsely trig- gering Brown wire Bad component in the signal chain Check wiring and repair as necessary Disconnect Brown wire and check operation. Repair wir- ing as necessary Check connections and bypass additional components (cross- overs and equalizers) between the source unit and the ampli- fier. Connect one component at a time to determine the cul- prit. Connect this component to the Blue/White wire and check for pops. If pops persist, repair or replace component as necessary – 60 – Turn On “C” does not work Tuner cannot “tune-in” any radio stations Tuner has poor reception Disc will not load into Source Unit (also see error codes) Pulsed Output accessible only through “Diamond R” button on IR Remote Antenna is disconnected Antenna is disconnected or not properly grounded to vehicle Voltage applied to Red and Yellow wires is not between 10.5 and 16 volts or there is no volt- age present Invest in the optional IR Re- mote Invest in the optional IR Re- mote Check connections and repair as necessary Check connections and repair as necessary Check connections and instal- lation of antenna and repair or replace as necessary Check connections and instal- lation of antenna and repair or replace as necessary Check battery, fuses and con- nections and repair or replace as necessary. If voltage is above +16 volts, have the electrical system inspected by an autho- rized car service center Check battery, fuses and con- nections and repair or replace as necessary. If voltage is above +16 volts, have the electrical system inspected by an autho- rized car service center Symptom Diagnosis Remedy TROUBLE-SHOOTING Blue/Red wire discon- nected IR Remote is not operat- ing properly External relay system not operating properly or draws more than 300mA Antenna cable is inter- mittent or damaged Antenna is wrong type for AM/FM frequencies – 61 – Check connections and repair wiring as necessary Refer to the IR Remote “Troubleshooting” section for more information Disconnect Blue/Red wire from the system and connect to voltmeter. Press the “Dia- mond R” button to verify a pulsed output of +12 volts for 500ms. Repair external wiring as necessary Disconnect antenna and test with known working antenna. If tuner works, check installa- tion and repair antenna wiring as necessary Consult your local Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer for proper antenna selection

TROUBLE-SHOSymptom Diagnosis Remedy OTING Disc will not Voltage applied to eject Yellow wire is not (Also see error between 10.5 and 16 codes) volts or there is no voltage present Error Code E20 Disc loaded upside (Optics Focus down into Source unit Error) Source unit is too hot or too cold Condensation has de- veloped on the play- back mechanism Excessive dirt or dust on disc Excessive fingerprints on disc Stickers or labels on disc Excessive scratches on disc Disc is warped, cracked or severely damaged Error Code E21 Loss of optical track- ing control – 62 – Check battery, fuses and con- nections and repair or replace as necessary. If voltage is above +16 volts, have the electrical system inspected by an autho- rized car service center Reload disc into Source unit “label side up” Wait until Source unit is within proper operating temperature (between –10°C and +60°C) Remove the disc from the source unit and wait for ap- proximately an hour for the moisture to evaporate Clean disc to remove dirt or dust as necessary Clean disc to remove finger- prints as necessary Remove stickers or labels from the disc's playing side and any excess adhesive as necessary Clean as necessary to remove aggravating dust and finger- prints and try to replay disc. If disc still does not play, you now have a miniature Frisbee Eject damaged disc from source unit and play only non- damaged discs Remove faceplate and press “Reset” button on source unit. If failure code continues, see your local Authorized Rock- ford Fosgate Dealer

TROUBLE-SHOSymptom Diagnosis Remedy OTING Error Code E22 Foreign object(s) are (Load/Unload preventing the disc from Motor Problem) loading or unloading Potential internal motor problem Error Code E23 Disc is triggering the (Communication load/unload sensors but Problem) is not loading into Source unit Foreign object(s) are in- terrupting disc loading Disc is warped, cracked or severely damaged CD skips excessively Source unit mounted at an incorrect angle Source unit not secured properly (Standard Mount) Source unit not secured properly (ISO Mount) – 63 – Check source unit load/unload area by removing faceplate and repair as necessary See your local Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer Gently push disc into the source unit until motors prop- erly grasp the disc Check disc and source unit load/unloading area by remov- ing faceplate and repair as necessary Eject damaged disc from source unit and play only non- damaged discs Check mounting angle of source unit (mount within ±20° from horizontal) and repair as necessary Check tightness of installation sleeve and backstrap and re- pair or replace as necessary Check tightness of mounting screws and repair or replace as necessary

TROUBLE-SHOOSymptom Diagnosis Remedy TING Engine Noise Source unit is not Check connections and repair grounded properly wiring as necessary Noise is radiating into Check connections, run the RCA signal cable RCA cables on a different route away from sources of high current Bad component in the Check connections, bypass signal chain additional components (cross- overs and equalizers) between the source unit and the ampli- fier. Connect one component at a time to determine the cul- prit. Repair or replace compo- nents as necessary Noise is radiating into Disconnect existing speakers the speaker cables and connect a test speaker to the output terminals of the Source unit. If noise is gone, reroute the speaker cables away from sources of high current Multiple grounds in the Check ground connections and audio system connect amplifiers, signal pro- cessors, and other components to a central location or try a different grounding point on the chassis Radiated Noises No RF suppression of Connect filter cap (Radio Shack blower motors #272-1085) in-line on B+ as close to blower motor as possible No RF suppression of Connect a .1μf - .01μf non- switches polarized capacitor across switch contacts – 64 –

TROUBLE-SHOCD CHANGER TROUBLESHOOTING OTING Symptom Diagnosis Remedy Error Code E30 Disc loaded upside Reload disc into magazine “la- (Optics Focus down into magazine bel side up” Error) CD Changer is too hot Wait until CD Changer is or too cold within proper operating tem- perature. (between –10°C and +60°C) Condensation has de- Remove the disc from the veloped on the play- source unit and wait for ap- back mechanism proximately an hour for the moisture to evaporate Excessive dirt or dust Clean disc to remove dirt or on disc dust as necessary Excessive fingerprints Clean disc to remove finger- on disc prints as necessary Stickers or labels Remove stickers or labels from on disc the disc's playing side and any excess adhesive as necessary Excessive scratches Clean as necessary to remove on disc aggravating dust and finger- prints and try to replay disc. If disc still does not play, you now have a miniature Frisbee Disc is warped, Eject damaged disc from CD cracked or severely Changer and play only non- damaged damaged discs Error Code E31 Loss of optical track- Press “Reset” button on CD ing control Changer. If failure code con- tinues, see your local Autho- rized Rockford Fosgate Dealer – 65 –

TROUBLE-SHOSymptom Diagnosis Remedy OTING Error Code E32 Foreign object(s) are pre- (Load/Unload venting the disc from load- motor problem) ing or unloading Potential internal motor problem Error Code E33 Disc cannot be identified (Communication by CD Changer. problem) Communication error between Source Unit and CD Changer Disc load/unload problem Error Code E35 Disc magazine empty CD Changer does CDX cable is intermittent not operate or severely damaged CDX cable is discon- nected from Source unit or CD Changer Communication problem Disc is jammed in Disc load/unload problem CD Changer No “CDX” Communication problem – 66 – Check CD Changer by clean- ing disc load/unload area. See your local Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer Replace damaged disc(s) in magazine Press “Reset” button on CD Changer Press “Reset ” button on CD Changer. If CD Changer does not operate, see your Local Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer. Load at least one disc into the magazine Check connections and repair or replace CDX cable as nec- essary Check connections at the Source unit and CD Changer and repair wiring as necessary Press “Reset” button on CD Changer Press “Reset” button on CD Changer. If CD Changer still does not operate, see your Local Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer Unplug 13-pin DIN for a few minutes and reconnect to CD Changer

TROUBLE-SHOIR REMOTE TROUBLESHOOTING OTING Symptom Diagnosis Remedy IR Remote has Batteries are weak Check battery condition and poor range replace as necessary with two CR2032 (+3 volt) batteries Excessive dirt or dust Clean transmitter lens with on IR Remote trans- Plexiglas solution and a non- mitter lens abrasive cloth as necessary Clean receiver lens (compact Excessive dirt or dust disc logo) with Plexiglas solu- on Source unit re- tion and a non-abrasive cloth ceiver lens as necessary IR remote is outside of Operate IR Remote within ap- optimum transmitting proximately 15 feet and ±45° range from horizontal of the Source unit's faceplate High sunlight condi- Operate IR Remote closer to tions source unit IR Remote does Batteries are dead Check battery condition and not work replace as necessary with two (LED does not CR2032 (+3 volt) batteries illuminate) Batteries are installed Check battery installation and incorrectly repair as necessary (polarity is indicated on pc board) – 67 –

SPECIFICATIONS General Operating Voltage +10.5V – +16.0V DC Standby Current 4.5mA max. Operating Temperature –30°C to +70°C (Receiver) –10°C to +65°C (CD Player) Dynamic Power Rating (IHF-202 13 watts x 4 Standard) per channel into a 4Ω load (8115/8120/8130) RMS continuous power per channel, 7.5 watts x 4 all channels driven into a 4Ω load from (8115/8120/8130) 20-20,000Hz, with less than 0.1% Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) Load Impedance 4Ω min. - 10Ω max. Preamp Output Voltage 8115/8120/8130 2.4 VRMS @ 0.05% THD 8140 8.5 VRMS @ 0.05% THD (RCA) 17 VRMS @ 0.05% THD (BAL) Preamp Output Impedance 50Ω Sub-Preamp Output (8130) 80Hz Low-Pass @ 12dB/octave Equalization Bass: ±8dB @ 60Hz Treble: ±10dB @ 10kHz IR Receiver Eye Range ±45° off axis Chassis Dimensions 7"W x 63⁄8"D x 2"H (177.8mm x 162mm x 50.4mm) Nosepiece Dimensions 71⁄16"W x 7⁄8"D x 2"H (trim ring removed) (179.7mm x 22.2mm x 50.4mm) (trim ring installed) 713⁄32"W x 7⁄8"D x 29⁄32"H (188.1mm x 22.2mm x 57.9mm) Weight 8115 3.48 lbs. (1578g) 8120/8130 3.54 lbs. (1606g) 8140 3.46 lbs. (1569g) Specifications subject to change without notice. – 68 – FM Tuner Tuning Range Americas 87.7-107.9mHz (200kHz spacing) Eur/Aus 87.5-108mHz (100kHz spacing) Saudi 87.5-108mHz (100kHz spacing) Frequency Response 30Hz - 15kHz Usable Sensitivity 20dB @ 1μV Alternate Channel Selectivity 90dB Adjacent Channel Selectivity 50dB 50dB Quieting Sensitivity 18dBf Signal-to-Noise Ratio 72dB Distortion <0.3% Channel Separation ≥25dB @ 1kHz AM Rejection 41dB @ 30dBf Quieting Capture Ratio 2.6 @ 45dBf AM Tuner Tuning Range Americas 530-1710kHz (10kHz spacing) Eur/Aus 522-1620kHz (9kHz spacing) Saudi 531-1602kHz (9kHz spacing) Sensitivity 31dBf max. @ 10dB sensitivity –6dB Bandwidth 5kHz min. - 12kHz max. CD Player Usable Discs 5" and 3" Frequency Response 20Hz-20kHz (±2dB) Signal-to-Noise Ratio >90dB (preamp output w/22kHz LP filter) Distortion <0.05% Channel Separation 86dB (preamp outut w/22kHz LP filter) Dynamic Range 100dB IR Remote (optional with 8115/8120) Operating Voltage +3V DC Transmitting Range 15 ft. (variable in sunlight) Battery Replacement (2) CR2032 +3V Lithium Dimensions 29⁄16"W x 33⁄4"L x 3⁄4"H (6.51cm x 9.53cm x 1.9cm) Specifications subject to change without notice. – 69 – LIMITED WARRANTY INFORMATION Rockford Corporation offers a limited warranty on Rockford Fosgate products on the following terms: • Length of Warranty 3 years on electronics 90 days on electronic B-stock (receipt required) 2 years on source units 30 days on speaker B-stock (receipt required) 1 year on speakers • What is Covered This warranty applies only to Rockford Fosgate products sold to consumers by Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealers in the United States of America or its possessions. Product purchased by consumers from an Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer in another country are covered only by that country’s Distributor and not by Rockford Corporation. • Who is Covered This warranty covers only the original purchaser of Rockford product purchased from an Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer in the United States. In order to receive service, the purchaser must provide Rockford with a copy of the receipt stating the customer name, dealer name, product purchased and date of purchase. • Products found to be defective during the warranty period will be repaired or replaced (with a product deemed to be equivalent) at Rockford's discretion. • What is Not Covered 1. Damage caused by accident, abuse, improper operations, water, theft 2. Any cost or expense related to the removal or reinstallation of product 3. Service performed by anyone other than Rockford or an Authorized Rockford Fosgate Service Center 4. Any product which has had the serial number defaced, altered, or removed 5. Subsequent damage to other components 6. Any product purchased outside the U.S. 7. Any product not purchased from an Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer • Limit on Implied Warranties Any implied warranties including warranties of fitness for use and merchantability are limited in duration to the period of the express warranty set forth above. Some states do not allow limitations on the length of an implied warranty, so this limitation may not apply. No person is authorized to assume for Rockford Fosgate any other liability in connection with the sale of the product. • How to Obtain Service Please call 1-800-669-9899 for Rockford Customer Service. You must obtain an RA# (Return Authorization number) to return any product to Rockford Fosgate. You are responsible for shipment of product to Rockford. Ship to: Electronics Ship to: Speakers Rockford Corporation Rockford Acoustic Design Warranty Repair Department (Receiving-speakers) 2055 E. 5th Street 609 Myrtle N.W. Tempe, AZ 85281 Grand Rapids, MI 49504 RA#:_________________ RA#:_________________ – 70 – INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION – 71 –

FUNCIONAMIENTO BÁSICO Graves, Agudos, Fader, Balance, Sub, Volumen 1.Pulse AUD para seleccionar la función BASS>TREB>FADE*>BAL> SUB*>VOL 2.Pulse VOL (±) para el ajuste de la selección Reloj 1.Mantenga pulsado durante 2 segundos la tecla CLOCK para que parpadeen los dígitos de la hora 2.Pulse el botón TUNE (^/v) para el ajustar la hora 3.Pulse el botón CLOCK para que parpadeen los dígitos de los minutos 4.Pulse el botón TUNE (^/v) para ajustar los minutos Funciones del Display 1.Pulse el botón DSPL para cambiar entre Tuner, CD, CDX, o EX AUD* y Reloj Pantalla inicial 1.Pulse el botón de la onda senoidal para seleccionar el modo Radio 2.Mantenga pulsado el botón DSPL durante dos segundos 3.Pulse el botón PRESET 6 para seleccionar Radio, Número de pista y tiempo transcurrido, EX AUD* o Reloj Dimmer de Iluminación* 1.Mantenga pulsado el botón DSPL durante dos segundos 2.Pulse el botón DIM para variar cíclicamente la intensidad de 0 (off) a 4 (máx) Color de Iluminación* 1.Mantenga pulsado el botón ILLUM durante dos segundos para seleccionar entre Verde o Ambar * Caracteristica disponible sólo en algunos modelos – 72 – ESPAÑOL

FUNCIONAMIENTO DE LA RADIO Sintonizador Standard Mundial La banda de frecuencias del sintonizador puede ser programda para ser compatible con los diferentes códigos de los países (excepto Japón) 1.Mantenga pulsado el botón DSPL durante dos segundos 2.Pulse el botón con la onda senoidal (Radio) 3.Pulse SEL para cambiar secuencialmente entre AMERICAS, EUROPA/ AUSTRALIA y ARABIA SAUDI Modo de Sintonización – AM>FM1>FM2>FM3 1.Pulse el botón de la onda senoidal (radio) para seleccionar el modo de Sintonizador 2.Pulse sucesivamente el mismo botón para seleccionar secuencialmente FM1, FM2, FM3 o AM Presintonias de Radio 1.Sintonice la emisora a grabar 2.Mantenga pulsado durante dos segundos el botón DSPL 3.Mantenga pulsado el botón PRESET (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, o #6) durante dos segundos Modos de Sintonización de Radio en los 8115/8120 – SEEK>TUNE>SCAN 1.Pulse SEL para seleccionar Búsqueda, Radio o Modo Scan 2.Pulse TUNE (^/v) para seleccionar la emisora de radio Modos de Sintonización de Radio en los 8130/8140 – SEEK>TUNE Modo SEEK (Búsqueda) 1.Pulse TUNE (^/v) para buscar la siguiente emisora Modo Sintonización 1.Mantenga pulsado TUNE (^/v) para entrar en el modo de sintonización 2.Pulse TUNE (^/v) para seleccionar manualmente las emisoras de radio Presintonización Automática La radio buscará, y grabará temporalmente, las emisoras con señal más potente de la banda en la que esté (6 en AM y 18 en FM) 1.Mantenga pulsado el botón P.SCN durante dos segundos para activar/ desactivar el modo de Auto-Store Escaneo de Presintonias Cuando esté seleccionado el Preset Scan, la radio mostreará secuencialmente cada emisora pregrabada durante cinco segundos cada una (18 en FM y 6 en AM) 1.Pulse P.SCN para activar/desactivar el modo de Preset Scan – 73 – FUNCIONAMIENTO DEL CD Escaneo de Pistas El reproductor de CD's reproducirá cada una de las pistas del CD durante 10 segundos 1.Pulse el botón de SCAN para activar/desactivar el modo Scan Repetición de la Reproducción El Reproductor de CD's repetirá la pista actual 1.Pulse RPT para activar/desactivar el modo de Repetición Reproducción Aleatoria Se seleccionarán pistas al azar del disco 1.Pulse RDM para activar/desactivar el modo de Reproducción FUNCIONAMIENTO DEL CDX (CARGADOR DE CD'S) Selección del Disco 1.Mantenga pulsado el botón CDX para saltar cíclicamente de un disco a otro Escaneo del Cargador de CD's El Cargador de CD's reproducirá cíclicamente la primera pista de cada disco durante 10 segundos 1.Pulse D.SCAN para activar/desactivar la función de Escaneo de Discos Repetición de la Pista 1.Pulse RPT para seleccionar el modo de Repetición de pista 2.Pulse RPT dos veces para cancelar el modo de Repetición de pista Repetición del Disco 1.Pulse RPT dos veces para seleccionar el modo de Repetición de disco 2.Pulse RPT una vez más para cancelar el modo de Repetición de disco Reproducción Aleatoria Se seleccionarán pistas al azar de todos los discos 1.Pulse RDM para activar/desactivar el modo de Reproducción FUNCIONAMIENTO DE LA ENTRADA EXTERNA DE AUDIO EN EL 8130 La Entrada Externa de Audio en el 8130 es de 2 canales y permite que la unidad reproduzca una fuente de sonido adicional (VCD, Video Juegos, etc.) 1.Pulse SEL para seleccionar el modo EX AUDIO (CDX DIN) 2.Pulse SEL una segunda vez para volver al modo de CD/Tuner ––O bien–– 1.Ponga a masa del chasis el cable Verde/Blanco para seleccionar la entrada EX AUDIO 2.Desconecte el cable Verde/Blanco de la masa del chasis para volver al modo CD/Tuner – 74 – FUNCIONAMIENTO DE LAS ENTRADAS EXTERNAS DE AUDIO EN EL 8140 La Entrada Externa de Audio en el 8140 son de 2 canales y permite que la unidad reproduzca una fuentes de sonido adicionales (VCD, Video Juegos, etc.) Entrada Externa Audio-1 (RCA) 1.Pulse SEL para seleccionar el modo EX AUDIO-1 2.Pulse SEL una segunda vez para volver al modo de CD/Tuner Entrada Externa-2 (CDX DIN) 1.Ponga a masa del chasis el cable Verde/Blanco para seleccionar la entrada EX AUDIO-2 2.Desconecte el cable Verde/Blanco de la masa del chasis para volver al modo CD/Tuner El botón SEL cambiará cíclicamente entre la entrada EX AUD1 y EX AUD2 cuando esté conectado el cable Verde/Blanco al chasis NOTA: Como la Entrada Externa de Audio número 2 y el Cargador de CD's comparten el un mismo aparato conector cada vez DIN de 13 pines, la unidad principal solo puede soportar FUNCIONAMIENTO DEL CONTROL REMOTO POR INFRARROJOS Modo Sintonizador – AM>FM1>FM2>FM3 1.Mantengo pulsado el botón de la onda senoidal (radio) para seleccionar FM1, FM2, FM3, o AM Presintonias de Radio – (1-6) 1.Pulse los botones 1-6 para seleccionar la primera emisora 2.Mantenga pulsado el botón 1-6 para cambiar entre las presintonias #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, or #6 Modo Cargador de CD's 1.Mantengo pulsado el botón CDX (Cargado de discos) para seleccionar Disco 1, Disco 2, Disco 3, etc. del cargador Pulso “R” 1.Pulse el botón para conmutar la “SALIDA C” de la unidad principal de 0 voltios a +12 voltios durante 500ms. La corriente que se suministra es de 300mA. ® – 75 –

UTILISATION Bass, Aigu (Treble), Fader, Balance, Sub, Volume 1.Enfoncez AUD pour selectionner BASS>TREB>FADE*>BAL>SUB*>VOL 2.Enfoncez VOL (±) pour ajuster votre selection Clock 1.Enfoncez CLOCK durant au moins deux secondes afin de faire clignoter l'heure 2.Enfoncez TUNE (^/v) pour ajuster l'heure 3.Enfoncez à nouveau CLOCK pour faire clignoter les minutes 4.Utilisez TUNE (^/v) pour ajuster les minutes Display Recall 1.Enfoncez DSPL pour changer le display entre Tuner, CD, CDX, or EX AUD* et Clock Default Display 1.Enfoncez le bouton SINE WAVE pour selectionner Tuner 2.Enfoncez et tenez DSPL enfoncé durant deux secondes 3.Enfoncez PRESET 6 pour selectionner Tuner, Track# & Elapsed Time, EX AUD* ou Clock Illumination Dimmer* 1.Enfoncez et tenez DSPL enfoncé durant deux secondes 2.Enfoncez DIM pour changer l'intensité de l'éclairage de 0 (off) à 4 (max) Illumination Color* 1.Enfoncez et tenez ILLUM enfoncé durant deux secondes pour selectionner vert ou orange * Fonction disponible que sur certains modèles – 76 – FRANÇAIS

UTILISATION DU TUNER World Wide Tuner La bande de fréquence peut être programmé pour convenir au codes des différents pays (excepté le Japon). 1.Enfoncez et tenez DSPL enfoncé durant deux secondes 2.Enfoncez SIN WAVE (Tuner) 3.Enfoncez SEL pour parcourir AMERICAS, EUR/AUST et SAUDI Mode Tuner – AM>FM1>FM2>FM3 1.Enfoncez SINE WAVE (tuner) pour entrer en mode Tuner 2.Enfoncez SINE WAVE (tuner) pour sélectionner FM1, FM2, FM3, ou OM Préselections du Tuner 1.Choisissez la station à mémoriser 2.Enfoncez et tenez DSPL enfoncé durant deux secondes 3.Enfoncez et tenez PRESET (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, or #6) enfoncé durant deux secondes 8115/8120 Modes Radio – SEEK>TUNE>SCAN 1.Enfoncez SEL pour selectionner le Mode Seek, Tune ou Scan 2.Enfoncez TUNE (^/v) pour selectionner la station radio 8130/8140 Modes Radio – SEEK>TUNE Mode SEEK 1.Enfoncez TUNE (^/v) pour selectionner la prochaine station radio Mode TUNE 1. Enfoncez et tenez TUNE (^/v) pour entrer en Mode “Tune” 2. Enfoncez TUNE (^/v) pour selectionner les stations radio manuellement Auto Store La radio va chercer et mémoriser les postes les plus puissants (6 OM et 18 FM) 1.Enfoncez et tenez P.SCN enfoncé durant deux secondes pour activer/ désactiver le mode Auto Store Preset Scan Quand Preset Scan est selectionné, la radio vous donnera successivement un échantillon de chaque station préselectionnée durant cinq secondes chacune (jusqu'à 18 FM ou 6 OM préselections) 1.Enfoncez P.SCN pour activer ou désactiver le mode Preset Scan – 77 –


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