Philips RFX9400/79 Specifications

Philips RFX9400/79 Specifications
Installation
k Operation
Dear
Customer,
Congratulations
on your purchase
of the worlds
finest brand of car audio
source units. At Rockford
Fosgate we are committed
to musrcal reproduction at its best, and we are pleased you chose our product.
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years
of engrneerrng
expertise,
hand craftsmanshrp
and critical
testing procedures, we have created a wade range of products
that reproduce
musrc with
all the clarity and richness you deserve.
For maxrmum
performance
we recommend
you have your new Rockford
Fosgate product
Installed by an Authorrzed
Rockford
Fosgate Dealer, as we
provide
specralized
trarnrng through
Rockford
Techmcal
Trarnrng Institute
(RTTI). Please read your warranty
and retain your receipt and orrgmal carton for possible future use.
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regarding
this product, we recommend
that you see your Rockford
Fosgate dealer. If you need
further asststance,
you can call us direct at l-&O-669-9899
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 provrded
below as your permanent
record.
Thus will serve
as verification
of your factory warranty
and may become useful rn recovermg your source unit if it 1s ever stolen.
Serial
Model
Number
Number
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Introduction
Accessory
Pack
Specifications
Precautions
“Quick
Look” Features Matrix
Source Unit Features
IR Remote Design Features
Installation
Consrderations
Source Unrt Mounting
Locations
Wiring the System
Source Unit Installation
Initial Setup
Basrc Operation
CD Player
Multiple
CD Changer
Operation
MP3 Player Operation
Tuner Operation
International
Umt Features
Auxiliary
Audio Operation
IR Remote Operation
Troubleshooting
CD Changer Troubleshooting
IR Remote Troubleshooting.
Warranty
Information
International
Instructions
Visit
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InformatIon
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INTRODUCTION
Rockford
Fosgate optimrzes
VICIOUS features In the RFX source units for use
m hlg,h performance
car audio systems. A great tuner, a high performance
CD player, and controls proneered
by Rockford Fosgate give you total control of your audio system!
The followmg
sections contain
rnformation
on the features,
mstallation,
and operation
for the 9100, 9200, 9300, and 9400 source units. For comparisons within the RFX line, refer to the “Quick
Look” feature chart m this
manual.
For long term reliability
of your new Rockford Fosgate source unit,
please read the Precautions
section on the next page.
ACCESSORY
PACK
RFX9300
RFX9100
Installation & Operation
(I) Mounting Sleeve
(1) Back strap
Release
Manual
(2)
Chassis
(1)
(1)
(I)
(1)
Hardware Package
16-pm Power Harness
Faceplate Case
iR Remote Control
Installation & Operation Manual
(1) Mounting Sleeve
(1) Back strap
(2) Chassis Release Keys
(1) Hardware
Package
Keys
(1)
16-pm
Power/Aux-In
RFX9200
RFX9400
Installation & Operation Manual
(1) Mounting Sleeve
(1) Back strap
(2) Chassrs Release Keys
(I) Hardware Package
(1) 16-pm Power/Aux-In Harness
Installation & Operation
(1) Mounting Sleeve
(I )
Faceplate
Harness
(1) Faceplate Case
(1) IR Remote Control
(1)
Back
Manual
strap
(2) Chassis Release Keys
(1) Hardware
Package
(1) 16-pm Power/Aux-In
Harness
(1) Faceplate Case
(1) IR Remote Control
Case
(1) IR Remote Control
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SPECIFICATIONS
General
Operating Voltage
Standby Current
Operating Temperature
Dynamic Power Rating (IHF-202 Standard)
per channel mto a 4D load
RMS continuous power per channel, all channels
driven mto a 4D load from 20-20,OOOHz with less
than 0.1% Total Harmomc Distortion (THD)
Speaker Impedance
Preamp Output Voltage
Sum Preamp Output Voltage*
Preamp Output Impedance
Equalization
IR Recerver Eye Range
Overall Dimensrons (with tram-ring)
Noseprece Dimensrons
(without trim-rmg)
Werght (9100, 9200, 9300, 9400)
9100/9200
+10.8V - t16.OV DC
5mA Max
Recerver: -30-C to +7O”C
CD Player: -10°C to +65X
40 watts x 4
9300/9400
+10.8V - +16.OV DC
5mA Max
Recerver: -3O’C to +7o’C
CD Player: -10°C to t65”C
40 watts x 4
25wattsx4
25wattsx4
4Q-8Q
>2.OV RMS @ 0.5% THD
>2.OV RMS @ 0.5% THD
<lOOR
Bass: *l OdB @ 6OH.z
Treble: +8dB @ 15kHz
+45” off axes
Herght: 2-g/32” @mm)
Width: 7-l 3/32” (188mm)
Depth: 7-l/4” (183.7mm)
Herght: l-27/32” (46.5mm)
Width: 6-3/4” (171.5mm)
Depth: 13/l 6” (20.2mm)
3.13lbs (1.42kg)
40-80
5V RMS @ 0.5% THD
5V RMS $0.5% THD
<11oa
Bass: ?l OdB @ 60Hz
Treble: +8dB @ 15kHz
*45” off axis
Herght: 2-g/32” (58mm)
Width: 7-13/32” (188mm)
Depth: 7-l/4” (183.7mm)
Herght: l-27/32” (46.5mm)
Width: 6-3/4” (171.5mm)
Depth: 13/l 6” (20.2mm)
3.13lbs (1.42kg)
FM Tuner
Tunmg Range
Americas
Eur/Aus
Frequency Response
Usable Sensitivity
IF Rejection
Image Rejection
Signal-to-Norse Ratio
Distortion
Channel Separation
Suppressron
87.5 - 107.9MHz (2OOkHz spacmg)
87.5 - 108MHz (50kHz spacmg)
30Hz - 12kHz
1OdB (S/N 30dB)
90dB
50dB
60dB
< 0.5%
2 25dB @ 1 kHz
35dB
AM Tuner
Tunmg Range
Americas
Eur/Aus
Sensitivity
-6dB Bandwrdth
530 - 171 OkHz (1 OkHz spacmg)
522 - 1620kHz (9kHz spacmg)
2OdBf max @ 1OdB sensitivity
5kHz mm - 12kHz max
CD Player
Compatible Discs
Frequency Response
Signal-to-Norse Ratio
Distortion
Channel Separatron
Dynamrc Range
5” or 3”
20Hz - 20kHz (?3dB)
>90dB (preamp output w/ 22kHz LP filter)
<0.5%
86dB fpreamp output w/ 22kHz LP filter)
1OOdB
IR Remote
Operation Voltage
Transmrttmg Range
Battery Replacement
Dimensrons
+3V DC
20 ft (vanable m sunlight)
(1) CR2025 +3V Lithium
3-3/8”(H) x 2-1/8”(W) x 9/32”(D)
(85.6mm x 54mm x 7mm)
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PRECAUTIONS
Operating
Temperature
Be sure the temperature
msrde the vehicle
IS between -10”
C and +65” C (+I 4O F and +I 49°F). DO NOT play a disc if
the temperature
IS hrgher or lower than the operating
range.
Moisture
Condensation
The CD playback
may waver due to condensation.
If this
occurs,
remove
the disc from the source unit and wart
approxrmately
an hour for the morsture to evaporate.
Environment
Exposure
DO NOT expose the Source Unrt or optional
CD Changer
to any of the followrng:
direct sun and heat, high humidity,
excessrve dust, excessrve vibration
and ram or water.
Handling
the Detachable
Faceplate
DO NOT drop or cause shock to the faceplate
as serrous
damage may occur. Protect the faceplate
by storing it m the
supplied
carrying
case.
Avoid Mechanical
Malfunction
DO NOT grab a disc while
mto the source unit. Doing
to the playback
mechamsm.
Environment
it IS being automatically
this may cause serious
Exposure
DO NOT expose the IR Remote
direct sun and heat, high humidity
Handling
loaded
damage
to any of the following:
and ram or water.
the IR Remote
DO NOT drop or cause
damage may occur.
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shock
to the IR Remote
as serrous
Disc Handling and Care
DO NOT touch the playrng srde (opposite
of label srde) 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 to the disc. DO NOT apply vrnyl record
spray, anti-static
agent, acetone, or any other volatile chemreals to the disc.
Damaged Disc
DO NOT play a cracked, warped,
or damaged
thus may cause serious damage to the playback
disc. Domg
mechamsm.
New Discs
The CD player will eject discs that have either been mserted mcorrectly
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 rrregulanties
could
rnhibrt proper loading of the disc. To remove the burrs, rub
the msrde edge of the hole and outside edge of the disc with
an obJect such as a ball point pen.
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FEATURES
1 RFX9100 1 RFX9200 1 RFX9300 1 RFX9400 I
Control/lighting/Appearance
NextiPrevrous
X
X
X
X
IS0 Din Mounting
w/ Removable
Trim Panel
X
X
X
X
Multi
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Detachable
Faceplate
Function
Any Button
Volume
Knob
Wake-Up
Time of Day Clock
Programmable
Negative
Default
Image
lliummation
Display
w/ Ignition
Back Lighting
World
Multicolored
Multicolored
Multicolored
Included
X
X
Tunmg
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Blanker
X
X
X
X
Blend / Roll Off
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
FM Norse
Multi-Path
stereo
Interference
Rejection
20 FM / 10 AM Presets
X
X
X
X
FMl/FM2/AM
X
X
X
X
Auto
Store Non-Volatile
Presets
1
X
1
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
AM/FM
Manual
AM/FM
Scan
Pause (MUTE)
X
Station
X
X
Seek
Tunmg
1
X
AM/FM
Programmable
RFX9200
RFX9300
RFX9400
X
X
X
X
Multicolored
X
AM mono/FM
RFX9100
X
X
Wide
Track
X
Controls
“ON”
IR Remote
Auto
Display
LCD Display
Rear Seat Audio
FEATURES (Cont’d.)
X
x
Titles
j.
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
CD Player
X
Dual 1 -bit D/A Converters
w/ 8 x oversampling
Ignition
Off Disc Load/Eiect
Repeat
Mode
I
X
X
I
X
,
X
I
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Scan
X
X
X
X
Fast Forward/Reverse
X
X
X
X
Random
Track
Play (CD)
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1
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2.
the faceplate
N - Selects
and ejects
the previous
radio
CDs
station
from
the m-dash
in TUNER
CD
mode
and
player.
selects
Selects
radio
revmus
disk
the previ-
T-Selects
3.
4.
Enables
Mutes
s.
the
E - When
, and
6.
tracks
AS - Press
in MP3
audio
pressed,
SUM**
to store
mode
(9300
m TUNER
and
selects
and 9400
AUX*
between
models
modes,
VOLUME,
directory
only).
and
BASS,
pauses
TREBLE,
the
disc
in
stations
rn each
tuner
bank
preset
and
you
10 enter
the track
16.
D-KC
-Allows
you
to enter
the disc
STORE
and the
next
track
HI CDP
models
number
mode
and
returns
Linlt IO root
only).
you
number you
want
want
manually
up to 8 discs
(available
only
player).
.SEf3T’ - Enables
ondary
SfO In TUNER
9400
-Mows
BALANCE,
in AUTO
radio
(9300
mode
Mode.
FACC
17
radio
mode
#5 rn TUNER
35.
for 8 disc
modes.
the strongest
m MP3
preset
II-I CDX
audio
passengers
source
m rear seat to disable
(tuner,
CD
player,
Ninrendo,
rear speakers
and
etc.) via headphones
listen
to sec-
(9400
modei
mode.
7
-Toggles
between
for 1 second,
8.
9.
Infrared
different
toggles
display
clock
eye for remote
features
between
hours
m mam
and
display;
when
pressed
- Enables
and
19
mrnutes.
FF -Turns
-Selects
radio
preset
#I
III TUNER
mode
and scans
each
track
on
21
E - Selects
- Selects
IQ.
Selecrs
1-l
radio
preset
#Z
in TUNER
mode
radio
preset
#3 m TUNER
mode
Selects
12.
- Selects
in CDP
Mode.
Selects
radio
previous
the source
- Selects
operation.
preset
disk
WA m WNER
rn CDX
-7-
mode
and
repears
and selects
the current
tracks
and the previous
at ran-
CDF/CDX
bass and treble
the
which
unit
bank
between
next
on and
o”i tuner
response
10 be boos-ted
ar ail volume
(FMI/FMZ/AMi
should
off.
presets
TUNER/CDP/CUXJAUX*
radio
station
ieveis.
rn T!JNER
be active.
modes.
mode
and
selects
the
next
track
in
mode.
~~~~~~A~~
The commumcation
BUS used in Rockford FosgaIe models RFX9100/9200/9300/9400
E used
only fo; CD changer model RFX8810 and 1s cot backward compaiible wth older RFX models. Korktord rosgate
recommends connecting onlytheappropm?c
RFX models together. Rockford Fosgalr does t:ot assume ?esponsibility when wng other manufacrurcrs’ source WI% with Rocktord Fosgate CD changers (or wee verai.
track
Mode.
-8-
1
- Turns the source unrt on and off.
2.
Selects between TUNER, CDP, CDX,
and AUX* modes.
3.
SEL - Selects between VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE,
BALANCE, FADER, and SUM** modes.
3
USE - Mutes the audio in TUNER and
modes, and pauses the disc in CDPKDX
ii
15
14
13
7
12
11
4.
1
mode.
5.
6.
7
17
14
4
T - Repeats the track in CDfCOX mode.
Scans each
CQP/CDX mode.
track
on the disc
in
ISC (-/-f-j - Manually tunes the radio station in
and the previous/next disc in CDX mode.
8.
9.
20
19
18
Returns unit to root directory In MP3 mode (9300 and 9400 models only).
Cycles up and down through
IQ.
the directory
In MP3 mode (9300 and 9400
Enables tracks ID MP3 mode (3300 and 54400 models only).
11
ACC - Directly accesses the desired track In the m-dash CD player.
72.
S - Press to store the strongest radio stations m each tuner bank In AUKI
13.
lSC KC
14.
Y - Allows
STORE
- Directly accesses the desired CD in the optional CD changer.
priority
broadcasts to interrupt
all other functrons
m mternational
15.
Selects tracks at random in CDP/CDX mode.
16.
- Allows genre music selection on international
17
- Selects which bank of tuner presets (FM?, FM2, or AM) should be active.
units only.
18.
Toggles between different display features in main display; when pressed and
heid for 1 second, toggles clock between hours and mm&es.
19.
ngers rn rear seat TV disable rear speakers and listen to secner, CD player, Nintendo, etc.) via headphones.
20.
Enables bass response to be boosted at low and hrgh levels.
- Selects the previous/next radio statton In TUNER mode
s/next track m CDP/CDX mode.
21.
22.
-Controls
VOLUME,
BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, FADER, and SUM**.
5 select presets 1-I 0 in TUNER mode, selects tracks in CDP/CDX
YE:
mode, and selects discs m CDX mode.
* Fellwe not available 0” 9100
**Features
available
on RFX9.?00/9300/9400
-CL
only
The following
IS a list of tools needed for Installing the Source Unit:
#2 Phillips screwdriver
VoI~Ohm Meter
Wire smppers
Battery post wrench
Wire crsmpers
%As&&i”p lirtsn
wire cutters
l/8” diameter heatshrrnk tubmg
Heat gun
Thrs SectIon focuses on some of the vehicle csnsl$eramns for lnsrahg
your new Source Un1-t. Pre-plannrng your sysrern layout and best wwang
hen deciding
on the layout of your new
rowes will save ~~s~a~~a~~~~
time.
system, be sure that each
XijUStlTle~t§.
Before
beginning
corn
any mstallation,
nt will
be easily
be sure 10 follow
accessible
for making
these ssmple rules:
1
2.
3
For easier assembly,
we suggest
yaw Source unilr lln place.
4.
Rolrte all of the RCA cables
rent wires.
you
run aI1 wm3
close together
prmr
and away from
to mounting
any high cur-
5
6.
7
8.
I Be careful nor to cut or driBI into gas tanks, fuel
raulic hes, vacuum
lines or electrd
wlrlng when
workmg
on any vehicle.
Never r~ln wires underneath
the vehicle.
unnlng the wires InsIde the
vehicle
provdes
the best protection.
Avsd
runnmg wires over or through
sharp edges. Use rubber or plastic grommets
to protect any wwes routed through
metal, espeaally
the
9
proper
power
S protect the battery and electrical
system from damage
wtth
fuslng. iinstall the appropate
fuse holder and fuse on the 4-I 2V
wire wrthm 18" (45.7 cm) of the battery tewrm-ial.
10. When grounding
to the cimsrs of the vehcle,
scrape ali parnt from the
metal to ensure a good, clean ground csnnectmn.
Grounding
connecfmns should be as short as possible and always be connected
to metal
that IS welded to the main body, or chassrs, of the vekrcle.
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-. 74 -
*
For safety~ disconnect
7
InstaR the 164%
Power kkmees
by connectrng
the corresponding
wires
system. Solder and heat shrrnk all connections
lor a reiiabie instailat~nn.
a I” piece of heai shrink tubing and slide over one of the wires. Strip
together
and solder. Slide the tubing over the connection
and shrrnk the
until no bare wire Is exposed.
the negative
lead from
the battery
prior
to beginning
the rnstaiiatron.
to the electrical
and audio
For each connection,
cut
each wire 3/Y then twwlst
iubmg with a her air gun
assr3 gmmd.
Prepare the chassis ground by sciapmg
any paint trom
the metal surface and thoroughly
clean the area of ali dirt and grease. Strip the end of the wire and
attach a ring connector.
Fasten the wire TV the chassts using a non-anodized
screw and star washer.
ways
WIW to a SoUrCe of exrEita.-int +12v
&w retaiainsng memorry
cm user-proonnect the Yellow wire zo a constant
cl 2 volt positive source. The source
+i ZV, even when the ignition IS off and the car IS not runmng.
have
not have an AK
rent consumption
(IgnEipsn) to a %3urce of switche
+I 2-v (is on only when iignition key
&&XI).
Connect
the RED wtre to a swltched
+I 2 voli positive source.
y taken from the ACC (accessory)
position ot the Ignition. lf the vehrcle
position,
connect
the wire to the switched
ON position of the ~gnitron. The
through
thts wire IS negligible.
when
NCE wire to the Bighting
are turned on.
w “run”
5.
the headlights
Conned
the k-r* BiiWE ware to fix 4‘
the external amplifiers
when the sou
na when
8.
the source
Connect
the
ground when
umt IS powered
switc
n&e
unit
Uurs~On”
1s powered
on, bu; only
pmk wre br cell phone
the phone rmgs.
termanal.
mute
This will dim ihc Mann display
kads
on.
on Wires
This
by 30%
will
turn-on
This will raise a iuily automatic
the unit is II! Tuner Mode.
when
TO the wrre
c&e -rum
of the amplifier(s).
on the
on
cell phone
t e 16
pin
harness
harness
ES In
The
does
cur-
anten-
that
provides
a1ccor
Co~nned the §peaker
Wires iif external amplifiers
are not used! to the corresponding
speaker leads
by solderrng
and heat shrinking
ail connections
for a reliable mstallation.
If only one pair of speakers IS utilized
rn the system,
sise only the FROiW
sueaker leads and heat shrink the unused REA
leads to prevent from shorting
oui. Be sure to marntaln
speaker p&my.
00 P&X chassgs grourm
any speaker
kads
as wt&able
q3eraGgsn
may
redt.
arg~iess (if external
amplifiers
will be used) by plugging the RCA cables
ing extension
RCAs that teed the input of the amplifiers.
Be sure to route the sagnal cables away from any h
rnto the audio slgnal. The FR
connect to the Rear speaker’s
upling non
from radiated electrrcal
Front speaker’s
amplifier.
The
As connecF TV ihc Subwooter
a
12. Canned
the CD CRanger (
the rear of the source unit.
source
unit.
n DIN
e PBntenksa by plugging the antenna cable
Be sure the antenna IS securely
grounded
-12-
cable
Into the connector
fields
RCAe
r.
located
at
unto the connector
located at the rear of the
to the vehicle for proper radio reception.
mum
CD Player
periormance.
Mountrn
s on all srdes of the ~ou~~~~~
sleeve.
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it by sliding
@
securely
source
wit
unrt
behind
rnto lffs~al~a~~o~ sleeve
the
rnstrument
until
panel
vibration.
should
be Qm-n max (use supplied
a to antenna
jack on rear of source
-13-
screw).
unir.
it clicks
to prevent
iece and ins~a~~ati~~
align
Sleeve
source
two rn~u~tln~
holes
WK.
on each
srde of
s rnto left and right sides of source unit to disengage
liocks.
d be 6mm
a to antenna
with
from
max (use supplied
jack
on rear of source
it into Instrument
i& from
mstallatlon
-14-
screws).
unit.
panel.
sleeve
with
release
keys.
The
faceplate
is detachable
as a theft
deterrent.
I
Press the Open
Kufton
fo cause
to slide down
and forward.
2.
?ress
edge
away
3.
The faceplate
bracker
afier 5 seconds.
2.
Make
closed
sure that
posftion.
2.
Press
the
the
faceplale
the release
button
on the bottom
front
of the faceplate
and slide the faceplate
from the unrt.
will
automatically
the faceplate
faceplaee
against
bracket
the ir5nt
close
is in the
of the
unit
until
IT clicks
unto place.
CAUTlON:
Do not aiiempt to attach the faceplate to the facepiare bracket whew the bracket is in
the open,posit~on when operating in manual mode. You may cause damage to the mechanism that
may “OlcI y”c!r warranty
I
/
3.
If desired,
the faceplare
bracket
with the screw
can be permanently
provided.
1
Follow
above
2.
insert
lower
the
instructions
to de-rach
attached
the
by affixang
it 10 the
faceplate.
a paper
clip or other
slender
object
unto the Reset Hutton
hoie 1r3 the
Iek corner
of the unit and gently
press it in until the button
clicks.
CAUTION:
Do press the Reset Button too hard or you may cause damage that may vcud you
warrani>j. If you wed awsiancc,
please consult al; Authorved
Rocktord Fosgare Dealer.
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i
The list below
shows
the default
are the alternate
optrons
contatned
nates, see Selecting
Tuner Options
E-
adjusts
settrngs
for Setup Optrons.
within
each Setup Option.
on page 30.
volume
for
The bracketed
options
To select
these alter-
all.
-
IS the auto search fea-rure:
press the Up or Down
Button
once and
will raprdly
proceed
to the next station.
Press and hold either
the Up
button
and you can manually
search
up or down
at a rate of one digit
(pressing
and holding
the Up or Down
button
will allow
raprd search-
the Tuner
or Down
per click
[email protected]
,a
E -
Cycles
*
e
through
Cycles
through
CDP
FM1
PLAY
> CDX
> FM2
> AM.
(if connected)
> AUXl
> AUX2
>
-Toggles
between
different
display
features
m main display;
when pressed and
held for 1 second,
(1) toggles
clock
between
hours and mmutes,
or (2) immediately
pressing
MODE
button
allows
selection
of the default
Display
by toggling
between
Tuner frequency
(or track time rn CD Mode)
and disc or station
name, if titled (see
pages 24 or 32 for Titling
information).
@ AS -
Allows
UTE
-
you
Pauses
to automatrcally
the
CD
store
Player
and
the
mutes
10 strongest
T -
Scans
each
Contmuously
selects
Lowers
Raises
CC
changer.
-
the
the
CD
current
Operates
on
Track
only
available.
CD
models
only).
mode.
track
until
pressed
a second
time.
tracks.
the frequency
frequency
9400
rn CDP/CDX
of the
of the
Tuner;
Tuner;
acts
Turns on Direct
DISC Access
No function
if &disc
changer
Turns
T -
on the disc
repeats
Randomly
-
track
signals
the Tuner.
0 and
-
local
Access
and
rn MP3
mode.
-16-
acts
as backward
as forward
and allows
direct
IS nor connected.
allows
direct
track
on CD
on CD
disc
tracks.
selection
selection
tracks.
in &disc
on a CD
or
I. Press the OFF button to turn the radio on.
2. Press the OFF: button again to turn the radio off.
Press any button on the faceplate
the radio from sleep mode.
(except EJ33,
DISP) to “wake-up’
jay
When the radio 1s off (in sleep mode) the clock wili be displayed.
r-
1 The Volume knob is a multifunction
controller
and
handles the Volume,
Tone Conrrols.,
and Setup
Options (see next page).
7 Turn the VOLUME
knob clockwise to raise volume.
2. Turn the VOLUME
lower volume.
knob
counter-ciockwse
to
A
I
Press the VOLUME
knob repeatedly to cycle
through BASS > TREBLE> EALANtiE > FADER > SUM** > VOLUME.
2. Turn the VOLUME
knob clockwtse
3. Turn the VOLUME
knob counter-clockwrse
to Increase the selected function.
to decrease the selected function.
lndivrdual Bass & Treble settmgs are memorrzed
CHANGER ,’ AUX.
MWE:
If no adjustment
I-
is made after 5 seconds,
I
‘“Features
Disolav
availabie
the MENU
I
for TUNER / CD / PLAYER / CD
knob will revert to VOLUME
Ranne
on RFX9200/9300/9400
-77-
Default
only
mode.
! The list below shows the default Setup Optrons. The bracketed items are the alter: nate options contained withm each Setup Optron. To select these alternates, see
Selecting Tuner Options on page 30.
*
lLOChL] - Adjusts the sensr~ity of the tuner for rural conditrons where there are
k radio stations while Local adjusts the sensitivity for city conditrons where there are
several strong radio stations.
S [EUR/AUST] - Allows tunrng of frequencres available 1r-rdifferent
LAPI TEj MUTE] - Plays the Tuner after you eject a CD while Eject Mute
ner after you eject a CD.
[VIDEO 1, VIDEO 21 - Disables the Video RCA inputs. VIDEO I
and 2 allow you to plug m two external video sources (TV, Nintendo, etc.) and
run their outputs through your auto A/V system.
[V/&AR T)FF] - Drsplays the Volume Bar at the bottom of the From
e Volume Bar Off turns rt off.
- Sets the maximum initial Volume when the unit turns on. initial
pornt of maximum volume when the unit IS turned on. If the volume
setting was lower than the initial volume setting when the unrt IS turned off, then
the lower volume will beused at turn on. !f the volume setting was hrgher than the
initial volume setting, then the initrai volume setting IS used at turn on. Thrs feature
prevents accrdental hrgh volume turn on as well as allows hrgh volume settmgs to
be retarned m case another preamplifier IS the system’s mart-r volume control.
AST [VIEW 6J - Controls the view angle of the display.
[gOfi.Z] - Means thrrd parr of RCA pre-ours IS fuii-range while 8OH.z
means that the pre-ours are crossed-over for subwoofer use.
[PANEL MANU] - Automatically
opens and closes Panel when
ctrng discs ,while PANEL MANU allows the front panel to remam
open and CDs to be manually loaded or elected.
a
Xl E!
i+6, -61 - Aliows you to boost the ~npui voiume of a weak exrerource or dimrmsh a powerful one. Useful for external sources: MP3
aud
players, vtdeo games, VCPs, etc.
, -61 -
Same as AUXl
IN above.
I. Press and hold the VOLUME
the first Tuner Option).
2. Press the VOLUME
)
1
knob for about I second until DX appears (this IS i
I
knob repeatedly to cycle through the Tuner Options listed above.
3.To change a specific Tuner Option,
alternate Tuner Option.
press the Up or Down
Button to select an
4. Once you have selected the Tuner Opuons of your choice, wait five (5) seconds
and the Tuner Options will auromatically
save and return you to the last Mode
Panel you selected.
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1 Press and hoid the D&P button for 1 second until
the hour flashes.
2. Press UP or DOWN
button to ser the hour.
settl
I Press and the DISP button a second time and the
mmutes will flash.
2. Press UP or DOWN
button to set the minutes.
hed for 5 seconds, your settings will be saved.
The clock will remain displayed
when the radio power button IS turned off.
The Punch button enables the bass and treble response of the audio output to be boosted for all listenrng levels.
1 Press the PUNW
button to enable the Loudness feature.
2. Press the PUNCH
button again to disable the Loudness feature.
The LCD wilt display “Punch” when the Loudness feature ESon.
MY
-
1 -
I-0
Enables
Allows
for
CD
Player
if a CD
IS Inserted.
an external
audio
source
to attach
and the Front
Panel will slide open.
to the
sound
system.
YaC
1
Press OPEN
button
2.
insert
a CD
and the
PLAY
will
3. CDP
4.
After
tracks
Use
UP
and
track
beglns
randomly.
ton and the CD will
Front
Panel
auto-select
DOWN
buttons
playing,
press
and
will
slide
the
CD
to change
RDM
button
closed
will
after
begm
5 seconds
piaymg
track
tracks.
and
player
will
play
laying the track you want to repeat, press the RPT butrepeat that track until you press the RPT button agaln.
(PANEL
AUTO).
1 Immediately.
F
1 Press the 1\/\013E
2. The
disc
piayer,
LC
the
button
until
CDP
will start playrng
source
unrt will
RAY
IS displayed.
(if no disc
go to AUXl
IS In the
Mode).
v
1 The track
2. After
default
3. DISC
&Em-t
and elapsed
5 seconds,
display
c
time will
the LCD will revert
or the last programmed
IN will
be displayed
be displayed.
either to the
dispiay.
on the
LCD.
will
appear.
b
1. Insert
2.
number
The
a disc
disc
and
will
CDP
begm
PLAY
playing
track
1 on the
disc.
Fe~~~~~ i
I
I
Insert
a disc
2. The
disc
1. The
LCD
2. After
while
will
will
5 seconds,
1. if the CD
automatically
the
begrn
unit
1s off.
playing
display
the
track
EJECT
LCD
f5,r
will
is left m the eJected
reload
rnto the
2. The auto reload
operation
will
current
mode
(Except
El MUTE
*NOTE:
This funrtlon
works
1 on the disc.
5 seconds.
revert
to the
position
for
CD player.
not restati
Mode).
Identically
prevrous
more
playmg
I” both CD Player
-21
-
display.
than
the
10 seconds
disc
the
or affect
and CD Changer
modes.
disc
any
will
other
1 Press the UP button to se&
ress the DOWN
the next track on the disc.
button to select the prevrous track.
hY
1 The track
number
and elapsed
time remam
displayed.
2. After 5 seconds, the LCD will revert either to the default
display or the last programmed
display.
CDP MODE:
The disc will start over at track 1 again after the last track plays.
CDX MODE: When the Last track number on the current disc is reached,
disc will load in the CD changer and begin playing track I.
the next
1 Press the RDM button to randomrze the tracks on a disk. If
you have a m&-disc
changer, press and hold the RDM button for I second 10 randomrze the discs and tracks.
2. Random will continue
until the mode 1s cancelled.
Press the RDM button a second trme to cancel
Y
The LCD will display
RDM until the function
Random mode.
IS cancelled.
Press the DOWN button and the player will take you to the
start of the same track as long as that track IS more than 10
seconds m. If the track IS less than 10 seconds rn, pressrng
the DOWN button will take the player to the beginning of
the previous track. Pressing UP takes you TV the next track.
verse
old the UP button TVfast forward the track.
2. Press and hold DOWN
to fast rewind
the track.
The LCD will display the elapsed trme as long as the UP or DOWN
“NOTE:
Thus function
works
identically
buttons are pressed.
in both CD Player and CD Changer
-22-
triodes
Track repeat plays the currently
playing
track over again.
eat
s the RPT button to begm Track Repeat mode.
2. Press the RPT button a second time ro cancel Track Repeat
mode. Pressing and holding the UP or DOWN buttons also
cancels Track Repeat.
EC
The LCD will display
RPT until the function
IS cancelled.
Track Scan plays the intro to each track for 10 seconds before moving to the next track
on the currentiy playing disc.
1. Press the SCAN button to begrn track scan mode.
2. Track scan will continue
to scan until the mode IS cancelled.
7. Press the SCAN button a second trme to cancel track scan mode.
LC
1 The LCD will display
SCAN until the function
2. The LCD will display the track number
time a new track begms its rntro scan.
IS cancelled.
and elapsed time for 10 seconds each
3. After 5 seconds the LCD will revert to the default display.
1. Press the MUTE button to pause the CD.
2. Press the MUTE button a second time to resume
1 The LCD will display PAUSE and the track W until
the function IS canceled.
*NOTE:
This function
works
ldentzally
18 both CD Player
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and CD Changer
modes
The name of a CD can be stored
in memory
to 10 characters
as a title. A maxlmum
of 100
be stored
mto memory.
usrng
up
titles can
hold the BAND
button
for 1 second
and the first digit of the 1 O-digit
front panel will
begin to blink.
2.
Press the DlSP
lowing
character
Type
button
types:
to cycle
through
the
fol-
I
(space)A&CUEFGHIjKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ
2: abcdefgb~~klmnop~rstuvwxyz
3. 0123456789
4: A\.+?!*“‘)
Type
Type
Type
3.
Turn
the
character.
VOLUME
knob
to
select
the
4.
Press
space.
VOLUME
knob
to
move
to the
5.
Press and hold the VOLUME
to store the title Into memory.
1.
Press
2.
Turn the VOLUME
3.
Press
erase
the
and
hold
and hold
the title.
the
MUTE
knob
knob
button
to selectthe
the VOLUME
knob
for
for
proper
next
1 second
I second.
title for erasing.
for
I second
- 24 -
to
[~~~~~na~ Accessory)
.”
:
*-Disc
CL-*
@
0-s
.FL-*Im_Eo*yT”u‘mI
\
2. Place the disc into the magazine
label srde up.
3. Push the disc tray back Into the magazme.
MITE:
Discs numbers
are arranged
tram the bottom
up.
1 Press the UP button TOselect the next disc rn the magazrne.
2. Press the DOWN button to select the previous disc In the magazine.
3. Press D-AK
and numbers 1-8 for direct disc access.
e LCD will continuously
2. When a disc begins playing,
and elapsed time.
show the number
of the currently
it will show the disc number,
3. After 5 seconds, the LCD will revert either to the default
grammed display.
playing
disc.
the track number,
display or the last pro-
CDX MODE: When the last track W on the currem disc IS reached, the next disc will
load and begm playmg track #?
-25
-
c?k
! CD
1. Press the MODE
played.
button
until CDX PLAY fs dis-
2. The CD changer will rmmediarely begin playtng
track #I of the first available disc.
3. lfthe changer was previously Initialized, the changer will resume piayrng the last track Initialized.
I L
j
2
1
,
1
Iv
1. The LCD will continuously
the currently playing disc.
2. When a disc begms playmg,
time will be displayed.
show the number
the disc number,
of
the rrack number,
and elapsed
3. After 5 seconds, the LCD will revert either to the default display or the last progrdmmed dispiay.
NOTE:
If no disc ts loaded I&O the CD changer
back to AUXI mode.
NO CD wi!! be displayed
and the source unit will rever.
I
Press the OPEN button to release the magazme
2. The source unrt wii! revert to AUXl
disc from the CD changer.
mode.
Press the RESET button if the changer gets lammed during operation.
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1 Press OPEN button and the Front Panel will slide open.
2. Inset-t an MP3 disc and the Front Panel will slide closed
after 5 seconds, or press OPEN to close Immediately.
3. CDP PLAY will auto-select and the MP3 disc will
begin playing track 1 Immediately.
4. Press the curved UP and DOWN buttons to go forward and backward when changing tracks.
To
y Tf-a
P3 disc, press RDM button and player will play tracks randomly.
While the disc ISplayrng the track you want to repeat, press the RPT button and
the CD will repeat that track until you press the RPT button agarn.
Press rhe MUTE button to pause a track. Press MUTE agarn to continue
playmg the track.
1 Pressand hold the OPEN button for 1 second, the Front Panel will open, and the disc will elect.
2. After removing the disc, press the OPEN button agarn to close the Front Panel.
The MP3 directory 1s set up rn
three levels and IS comprrsed of
three components:
(1) the Root,
(2) Folders, and (3) Songs. Songs
are played in the order and level
rn whrch they are located.
As
shown In the diagram to the
rrght, all songs in Level 2 are
played before the songs contamed rn Level 3 or lower. These
levels are descrrptrve of the function of having songs m folders
and subfolders.
Any song rn a
level below Level 3 IS treated as
though It were in Level 3, but
will play rn the level order as
shown. The songs rn the diagram
at the rrght are numbered In the
order they will play.
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The ROOT
Level
contains
the name
of the disc,
but no folder
or
song information.
The first song on the disc will automat~calfy
begin
playing
when
a disc IS Inserted
and will contmue
playing
until you select
another
s
/ The MP3 file management
system
IS a folder-based
system
similar
to the WindowsrM
Pile Manager.
Because
of this, the UP and DOWN
keys function
differently
than they
do in CD or Tuner
Mode.
Instead
of going
forward
or backward
through
your disc
respectively,
they
go up and down
through
the file list.
1
Press the ROOT
button
and the display
will show
the disc name.
The display
will then rmmediately swatch
to show
the name of the first foider
on
the disc and display
it for 5 seconds.
If no action
IS taken
during
thus 5 second perrod,
the display
will default
back to the song currently
playrng.
2. While
the name
of the first folder
1s showrng,
press the DOWN
button
to scroll
alphabetrcally
(A to Z) through
the list of folders.
Press the UP
button
to scroll
in reverse.
3.
Press the ENTER
be displayed.
4.
Press the DOWN
button
to scroll
numerrcally
songs contarned
in the selected
folder.
Press
the songs from
106 to 1
NOTE:
5. press
NOTE:
button
and
the
name
of the first
song
rn the
selected
folder
will
(I to 10 or higher)
through
the
the UP button
to scroll
through
If The song name will remain displayed for 5 seconds zn steps I through 4 above. If no action
IS taken durmg this 5 second pertod, the display will default back to the song currently playmg.
ENTER
to select
the
song
and
the
If no disc IS loaded into the CD player,
revert back to AUXI mode.
* Available
on RFX9300
-28-
song
will
begin
playing.
NO CD will be displayed
and 9400 only,
and the source
urut will
When playing an MP3 track on the RFX9300 or 9400,
pressng the DOWN button will take you to the bcginning of the prevtous track. For example, if listenrng to
track 3, pressmg the DOWN b&ton goes to the beginning of track 2, not the beginning of track 3.
However, if playing a regular audio CD track and the
DOWN button IS pressed, the player wiSl take you to
the begmnrng of the same track as long as the playing
track has been playing for more than 10 seconds. If the
track IS within 10 seconds of its beglnnmg, pressmg the DOWN
player to the beginning of the previous track.
button will Take the
everse
This function
no sound.
IS possible in MF3 Mode, but the time will not display and there wiil be
ee
The maxImum speed of the CD ROM burner accepted by rhe RFX unrts 1s 12X. The
maximum bit rate range possible 1s 32kblsec-320kblsec.
For best performance
of
’ scrolling display, before creating a file system rn your CDR burnfng program, select i
the CD layout propertles menu and file system tabs. Use IS09660 file formar and
selecr the hong File Names option on your PC. This allows a maximum of 16 upperEase scrolling characters to be displayed.
NOTE:
8
1. Make sure thai when a MP3 CD 1s burned that IP is formatted as a aata disc and NOT as an audio
disc.
2. Depending on the type of CD-R, CD surtace condition and CD writer perbrmance
& condition,
may not operate normally.
Programmable
Titling
IS not available
m MP3 mode.
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However,
default
IS selectable
Press the BAND
button
repeatedly
to cycle
through
FM!,
FM2, and AM. The act of selecting
the band auromaticaliy
enables
that band.
: 3X and AMERICAS
tings. The bracketed
.w&&3g
are the default
Tuner
Options
options
are alternare
options.
Tuner
7
Press and
2.
Press the VOLUME
Knob
through
all Setup
Options
Options
do not affect Tuner
,
hold
the VOLCjME
3. To change
an Option,
4.
have made your
to the last Mode
Once
return
you
you
Tuner
mode-FMI,
”
Tune
the Tuner
2.
Press
and
Each
set-
knob
repeatedly
to cycle
(the
other
Serup
Mode).
press
FM2,
tar 1 second
the
UP or DOWN
selections,
wait
Panel shown.
and
AM-has
Button.
5 seconds
10 presets
and
for
the
a total
Front
Panel
will
of 30 presers.
To
I
I
a
FW”
hold
to the
any
station
preset
button
you
wrsh
for five
Fh4
76.0
80.0
83.0
87.0
I AM
522
603
999
1404
- 30 -
to program.
seconds
90.0
/ 76.0
and
it will
80.0
program
83.0
that
87.0
setting.
! 90.0
If you want
the Tuner
to select
the 10 most powerful
stations
in order
of their
slgnai
strength
and assign
them to Preset buttons
l-7 0, yew can use Auto Store.
1, Press the AS button
entire dial.
2. Auto Store will
in the selected
store
tuner
1. Press
the
and
hold
once
and the Tuner
radio
bank
will
the
VOLUME
Tuner Oprion
+1
UP or DOWN
knob
br
#3
Country
to cycle
INI/VOL
to select
to enter
Functmn
Reverts the unit back to tuner mode
when electing
aCD
1 or MODE
Mutes the audio when electmg a CD
LOCAL
I Adjusa the sensitivity for city conditions
1 where there are several strong radio stations
DX
Adjusts the sensitivity ot the tuner tar
rural conditions where there are weak
radio stations
AMERICAS
Adjusts Ihe tuner’s trequency
American country codes
EUWAUST
Adjusts the tuner’s frequency band for
European/Australian country codes
Frequency
AM = 530 - 17lOkHz
FM = 87.5 - 107.9MHz
band for
Spacing
1OkHz
2OOkHz
’
j
9kHz
5OkHz
-31
-
Tuner
Options
through
TUNER
> CONTRAST>
MODE
Mode
Bandwdth
Americas
Eur/Aus
button
“I second
P.PLAY
EJ MUTE
t2
the
stations
[email protected]~t~~
(FM1/FM2/AM).
2. Continue
to press the VOLUME
knob
AMERKAS
> P.?pLAV>
V///BAR
>
AUTO
> AUXI
IN > AUX2
IN.
3. Press
scan
I
I
mode.
OPTlONS
DX >
FLAT > PANEL
2.
5.
Press and hold the V0lli1ME
to store the title mto memory.
knob
tor
- 32 -
1 second
TP (Traffic Program) Mode will autoomatically switch to receive a Traffic Announcement
regardless dthe current operating mode &he unit. EON TA are stations that do noi have
M but can provde mfm-naiiori on other radio stations that do.
AF (Alternative Frequencies) Mode compares the signal level of the current station with
the signal level of other alternative frequenctes on the same radio network (see PTY
Mode). If the AF provides a stronger sIgnal than the current frequency, the radio will
1. Press the AFfFP button to engage TP Mode, and again to disengage TP Mode.
2. When TQ is blinking, TP Mode is on and there is no TP DATA to receive.
3. The SEEK or AS function will stop only at radio stations pr5vding TP or EON TA.
7. Pressand hold the AFfW buEoonhr i second to engage AF Mode.
2. Press and hold AF/TP again for 1 second io disengage AF Mode.
!TY (Program Type) can search for radio statm~ vta MUSK MODE or SPEECH MODE networks.
Music Mode categorizesradio stations Into Pop, Rock, Modem Music, bght, Classics, and others.
Speech Mode categorizes music mto News, Affam, Info, Sports, Educatm, Drama, Culture,
and Science. REG (Regfon Mode) will switch the station to another that has the same PI
CQDE (station that provdes exactly the same program) but m a different REGION.
PTV button to cycle through MUSIC, SPEECH, and PTY OFF
2. Press the PRESET button that corresponds
to the mode type (refer to chart below)
1 Press and hold the PT’TYbutton for 1 second to turn on Region Mode.
2. Press and hold the PTY button agam for 1 second to turn off Regm
NQTE:
The LCD will display
“REC”
when
AF and REC modes are on.
Mode.
press the MODE butmi until AUXI (PrAUX2 IS
2. The AUX inputs will um-tediately “see” the auxiiiary audio input being fed Into the /?aUX RCA lacks.
I
/
I
1 AUXI and AUX2 will be displayed for 5 seconds
iFTitling ISused and selected as the default display.
2. After 5 seconds the LCD will revert to the default
display. If no title for AUX ISused, AUX will be displayed continuously.
~~~~~~~
At..%
See Disc Titling on page 24.
MITE:
The input s~gnai connected to the AUX RCA ~acits 1s fed into the source unit prm to the volume
control.
If the AUX mput source has a constan: (non-adjustable)
output level, the volume control
on the faceplate can properly adjust ihe amplitude.
To more closely match the volume of the
AUX stgnal to CD or radio volume, use ihe AUX IN sensitivity adjustment (see page 18).
“Feature
available
on RFX9200/9300/9400
on/v
that the unit is resetTVwhen you push the RESETbu~m (seeResetButton on page 45).
- 34 -
1. Press
the
PWNR button
lo turn
on the
radio.
2. Press
the
PWR
a second
time
to turn
When
played.
the
radio
button
is off (in sieep
mode)
Consecutwely
press the MODE
TUNER
> CDP 1 CDX > AUF?
2. Release
the
ating mode.
MBDE
button
‘This teature available
I
the clock
bu~oon
modes.
to select
off the radio.
will
to cycle
the
appropnare
on RFX9200/33OO/Y400
Press the VOL
(
) button
to increase
the volume.
2. Press the VCX
(
) button
to decrease
the volume.
be dis-
through:
oper-
only
E: The UOL burton is also used to increase or decrease tne Eass, Treble,
Balance, Fader & Sum* See Tone Conlrols cn this section for twther
iGJV-Wl~!On.
*This feature
available
on RFX9200/9300/Y400
- 35 -
only
1. Press
tuner
the BAND
bank:
FM1
2. Stop pressrng
desired
tuner
:
Press
2. Press
tuner
I
I
the
Press
the BAND
bank.
SEEK
(
button
to
when
cycle
through
the display
the
reads
the
jump
the
the SEEK (
) button
to automatically
to the last strongest
radio statwn.
Jump
the
~e~e~~~~~
1
repeatedly
> AM.
) button
‘co auromatfcaily
gesr radio
stamn.
3. Press the
the current
Tra&
button
> FM2
SEEK (
radi
) again
to stop
the
wrier
on
4c
the
SEEK (
) burton
CO select
the
next
track
the
SEE
) button
Bufllwir
to select
on page
the Isrevwus
29).
on the
disc.
2. Press
track
on
i
Press any
of the numbered
buttons
to select
I
i
-iracks
7 through
er on/yj
Press the
changer’s
5 button
magaztne.
2. Press the 4 button
to selec:
to select
the
nexr
the previous
disc
disc
in the
multi-disc
In the magazine.
d C?.
1. Press
the
MUTE
button
to reduce
2. Press the MUTE
button
the previous
level.
LC
the volume
a second
time
to minImum.
to revert
the audio
to
b
The
LCD
will
display
MUTE
until
the
function
IS canceled.
1. Press the MUTE/PAUSE
the volume
to rnlfllrn~rn.
button
to pause
2. Press
button
a second
time
the
# until
The
the
LCD
will
MUTE/PAUSE
display
* Thts functron
1. Press the
PAUSE
works
SEL button
and
identically
the CD
track
TO increase
functm.
3. Press the VOL
button
to decrease
function.
lndiwdual
TUNER
Treble
settrngs
/ AUX*
modes.
If no adjustment
ts made after 5 seconds,
Function
Display
Volume
Bass
functron
modes.
for
knob will revert to VOLUME
Raflge
Default
VQL
0 to 30
15
BAS
-8 to 4-8
0
Treble
TRE
-8 to +8
0
BAL
t15 to R15
0
Fader
FAD
RI5 to F15
0
sum Out
SUM”*
0 to 30
15
available
on RFX9200/9300/9400
disc.
>
Balance
*Features
the
is canceled.
and CD Changer
programmable
the MENU
playing
> BASS
button
NOTE:
the
to cycle through
VOLUME
E > FADER > SUM*
are
reduce
to resume
in both CD Player
2. Press the VOL
Bass and
/ CDP / CDX
and
on!y
mode.
Track scan plays the intro to each track for 10 seconds before movrng to
the next track on the currently playrng disc.
1. Press the SCAN (Preset #I ) button to begrn track scan mode.
2. Track scan will continue to scan until the mode rs cancelled.
Press the SCAN (Preset #I) button a second time to cancel track scan
mode.
1 The LCD will display SCAN until the function IScancelled.
2. The LCD will display the track # and elapsed time for 5 seconds each time a new track
begins its intro scan.
3. After 5 seconds the LCD will revert to the defauaultdisplay.
* This function
works
tdentically
in both CD Player
and CD Changer
modes.
Display Recall temporarily displays the clock, radio station, station
title*, CD track/time, disc title*, or AUX” on the LCD for 5 seconds.
Dl
1 While in TUNER mode, press the DlSP button to cycle
through RADlO STATION > STATION TlTLE* (if there are
no stations titled, the display will remarn on the station).
‘splay will revert to the default display.
? While m CDP/CDX mode, press the DISP button to cycle through
TRACK4%vtE > DlSC TITLE”
CLOCK >
2. After 5 seconds, the display will revert to the default display.
*
1. While
AUX”
in AUX mode,
press the DISP button
to switch between
CLOCK
>
2. After 5 seconds, the display will revert to the default display.
NC%:
See DEFAULT/RECALL DISPLAY in the Basic Operation
mation on programmrng the default display.
*Features
available
on RFX9200/9300/9400
- 38 -
section of thlr manual for more rnfor-
only
kxt
mb &xess
4. Press
numbers
2. The CD
selected
1 through
0 to access
player
or CD changer
track and begin
playrng.
the desired
will
tuner
preset.
rmmediateiy
load
the
and
the tuner
frequen-
to the
default
over
b
1. The LCD
cy being
2. After
Track
will display
the tuner
bank
accessed
for 5 seconds.
5 seconds
Repeat
the
plays
the
LCD
will
revert
currently
playing
track
#2) button
to be~rn
-crack repeat
display.
agaIn
from
the
beginning.
a
4. Press the RPT (Preset
2. Track
repeat
will continue
the mode
ts cancelled
The
LCD
Track
RPT
(Preset
#2)
will
display
RPT
random
1
Press
mode.
selects
the
and
RDM
2. Track
random
random
until
to repeat
button
(Preset
a second
until
plays
the
current
time
function
tracks
#3)
the
to begm
will contrnue
to select
the mode
IS canceiled.
track
until
to cancel
IS cancelled
at random
button
mode
and
from
the
track
play
currently
playing
random
tracks
at
Cancel
DM
track
The
random
LCD
*NOTE:
will
(Preset
mode.
display
This function
#3)
RDI\JI
works
buttton
until
a second
the function
rdenticaiiv
time
cancel
IS canceiled.
111both CD Plaver
- 39 -
to
arid CD Changer
modes.
disc.
I
[3rirect 5isc Access allows any disc 1r-1the magazine to be ~rnrnedjat~~y selected and
played. This method ISfaster than manually
cycling through each disc in the magazine.
Dir
1. While in CDX mode, press the DISC ACC button to select
Direct Disc Access mode.
2. Press the number (l-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-0)
desired disc rn the magazjne.
I
3. The CD changer will Immediately
and begln playing track #1
I
to access the
load the selected
there 1s no disc in the slot, the player
will reman
on the currenf
disc
disc.
1 The LCD will display DISC and the disc # berng accessed for 5 seconds.
2. After 5 seconds the LCD will revert 10 the default display.
3lrect Track Access allows any track to be immediately selected and played.
method IS faster than manually cycling through each track on the disc.
While N-ICDPfCDX mode, press the TRACK ACC button to
select Dfrect Track Access mode.
^
L.
Press the number (I-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-0)
desfred track on the disc.
3. The CD prayer or CD changer will
selected track and begm piaysng.
to access the
rmmediately
load the
LC
1 The LCD will display TRACK and the track # betng accessed
for 5 seconds.
After 5 seconds the LCD will revert to the default display.
“NOTE:
Thus tunction
works tdentically
m both CD Player and CD Changer modes
- 40 -
‘This
1. Pressthe AS button once au~omatlcallyselectthe
strongest
radio
sratmns
and store them
lo%dS.
-41-
1r-1the tuner
Voltage applied to Red and
Yellow wires IS not
between 10.8 and 16 volts
or there IS no voltage present
Check battery, connectrons
and fuses
and reparr or repiace as necessary. If
voltage IS above +I 6 volts, have the
efectncal
system Inspected by an authorazed car servrce center.
Source unit
ly grounded
Check wmng
as necessary
Is not proper-
Detachable
faceplate
properly
connected
Detach faceplate
into chassrs
and remstall
Auto antenna and remote
B+ are not configured
properly
Check wmng and reparr as
necessary.
Refer to “Wirrng
the
System”
sectron of this manual
for further Information
Bad componenr
srgnal charn
Check connectrons
and bypass ail components between the source unit and
the amplifier. Connect one component
at a trme to determme
the culprit.
Connect thus component
to the Blue
wrre and check for pops. If pops persrst,
reparr or replace component
as necessav
in the
Antenna
IS
disconnected
Check
essary
Antenna
IS disconnected
or not properly
grounded
to vehrcie
Check connections
antenna and repair
essary
Antenna
cable 1s mtermittent or damaged
Disconnect
antenna and test with
known workmg
antenna.
If tuner
works, check mstallation
and reparr
antenna wiring as necessary
Antenna
AM/FM
(also see error codes)
not
and reparr
is wrong
frequencies
type
Voltage applied to Red
and Yellow wares IS not
between
10.8 and 16
volts or there IS no voltage present
-42-
for
connections
and reparr
as nec-
and rnstallatron
of
or replace as nec-
Consult
your local Authorrzed
Rockford
Fosgate Dealer for
proper antenna selection
Check battery, connections
and fuses,
and reparr or replace as necessary.
if
voltage IS above +I 6 volts, have the
electneal
system Inspected
by an
authorczed
car service center
Voltage applied
to Yellow
wire is not between
10.8
and 16 volts or there
no voitage present
E
(Initialize
1
Error)
Check battery,
connections
and fuses,
and repair or replace
as necessary.
If
voltage
IS above +1S volts, have the
is
electrical
authorized
No inrtlaiizatron
system
inspected
by an
car servuze center
Press the reset
button
and loading
motor (or
drlvrng
circuit)
IS defec-
(Eject Eiror)
Forergn
objects
Foreign
venting
objects
are predisc from ejecti:ig
Eject area
and ejectrng
(Transverse
Error)
switch
are pre-
ancsm
Check CDP mechanism
eject area by
--7
removmg
faceplate
and reparr as nec-
In mechanism
motor
Repair
motor
(or dn-
the mechamsm
and loading
(or drrvrng
circuit)
Check CD mechamsm
and transverse
area.
1s detective.
Disc IS warped
cracked
severely
damaged
Excessive
Check CDP mechanism
load area by
removmg
faceplate
and repair as nec-
scratches
or
on
disc!
Put in a different
disc!
Check
repau
IS not operating
-43
Put In a different
-
the servo circuit
as necessary
motor,
switch
area and
No RF suppression
of blower
motors
1085)
motor
in-line on R+ as close
as possible
to blower
No RF suppressron
ot switches
Source unit
an rncorrect
mounted
angle
at
Source
properly
Mount)
unit not secured
(Standard
Source
properly
unjt not secured
(IS0 Mount)
necessary
Source unit
ed properly
Norse
RCA
6 not ground-
IS radiatmg
srgnal
Check
connectruns
and
mto
m the
amplifier.
Connect
time to determme
replace components
Norse IS radiatrng
speaker
cables
audio
wmng
cable
Bad component
signal cham
Multiple
repair
grounds
mto the
In the
system
one component
at a
the culprit.
Reparr or
as necessary
Disconnect
speakers
and connect
test speaker
to the output
termmals
the source umt. if Norse IS gone,
reroute
sources
the speaker
cables
of high current
Check
ground
connect
away
connections
amplifiers,
grounding
- 44 -
location
and
slgnal
pornt
or try
on
the
or
from
proces-
sors, and other components
central
a
to
a different
chassts
a
I
I
Disc
unit
agazme
can’t
sensor
detect
IS
ave a service
ten
Press the reset button
(Magazine
Eject Error)
atr as necessar
Tray
(Unloading
unloading
Magazme
Elevator
has not
Press
IS jammed
Repalr
Error)
Error
(TOC Error)
tray
Eject, pullout the magazme,
am. Press Reset
CD
changer
mechanism;
and
then
(Communication
Error)
B-pm QiN cable IS
disconnected
from the
CDX mechanrsm
or
source unit
Check the connection
of B-pin DIN
cable between
the CDX and unit
CDX cable
or severely
Check connections
replace CDX cable
IS mtermittent
damaged
and reparr or
as necessary
CDX cable IS disconnected from the Source Unit
or CD Changer
Check connections
and CD Changer
necessary
Communication
Press Reset on CD Changer
Disc
lem
Issue
load/unload
Batterres
prob-
are weak
at the Source unit
and reparr wiring as
Press Reset on CD Changer.
If CD
Changer still does not operate,
see
your Local Authorized
Rockford
Fosgate Dealer
Check battery condition
and replace
as necessary
with (1) CR2025
(+3 volt)
battery
Excesswe
dirt or dust on
IR Remote transmitter
lens
Clean transmitter
lens with
soiution
and a non-abraswe
necessary
Excessrve
dirt or dust on
source unit receiver
lens
Clean recewer
lens (compact
disc
logo) with Plexiglas solution
and a
non-abrasrve
cloth as necessary
IR remote
optimum
range
Operate
IR remote within
and lr45” from horrzontal
Source unit’s faceplate
about 15 ft
of the
Operate
Unit
to Source
High
IS outsrde
transmitting
sunlight
Eatterres
of
conditions
are dead
IR remote
closer
Plexrglas
cloth as
Check battery condition
and replace
as necessary
with (1) CR2025 (+3 volt)
battery
(I.ED does not
ilIummate)
Battery
rectly
IS mstalled
mcor-
- 46 -
Check battery mstallation
and reparr
as necessary
(polarrty
IS indicated
on
pc board)
year on source units
applies only to Rockford Fosgate products sold to consumers by
Authorszed Rockford Fosgate Dealers in the United States of America or its
possemom.
Product purchased by consumers from an Authorized
Rockford
Fosgate Dealer ID another country are covered only by that country’s Bstributor
and not by Rockford Corporation.
anty covers only the orlgsnal purchaser of Rockford product purchased
from as-sAuthorized
Rockford Fosgate Dealer in the United States. In order to
receive sewce, the purchaser must provde Rockford with a copy of the receipt
stating the customer name, dealer name, product purchased and date of purchase.
Products found to be defective durmg the warranty period will be repaired or
replaced (with a product deemed to be equndent)
at Rockford’s discretion.
1 Damage caused by accdent, abuse, improper operatms, water) theA
2. Any cost or expense related to the removal or resnstallation 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. Subsequenr damage to other components
6. Any product purchased outssde the U.S.
urchased from an Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer
Any srnplied
warrantres
lnciuding
warranties
of fitness for use and
merchantability
are limited in duration to the perrod of the express warranty
set forth above. Some states do not allow limitations on the length of an mdied
warranty,
so thus limitation
may not apply. No person
IS authorized
to assume for Rockford Fosgate any other liability III connection with the sale of
the product.
00-669-9899
for Rockford Customer Service. You must obtarn an
RA# (Return Authorization
number) to return any product to Rockford Fosgate.
YQU are responsible for dmpment of product to Rockford.
warranty
Repar Deparment
2055 E. 5th street
Tempe, AZ 85281
R/J&*
- 47 -
- 48 -
RFXSZOO
RFX9200Fi
Q
@,,@
c
* Low Source impedance
- Drive
@Source Tone Vernon
- Enables
TuneKD
Player/Changer
modes
@C-Audio
~Mt~uts
- FtontfRear/Sum
multiple
separate
@
r
@
II
::”
<_/”
0
-”
0009
w%‘%klb
amps without
signal loss
Bass and Treble memoty
preamp
fat
a SIR - (Multipath
Interference
Rejection)
Improves
audio performance
when
radio reception
is poet
@ 30 Station Presets - 10 AM/20
FM Presets
-Auto
ptogramming
of all 30 presets
Tuner -- American/Europe/Australia
(~~X~200~~§
only) - RDS (Radio Data System) tuners can autone in stations
according
to the style of music the station broadlso enables the receiver
to display text messages
(usually
call letters) and can break in with traffic alerts OI emergency
broadcasts
when listening
to a CD
outputs
e Dual
IQ~~~~ laser - one piece
t-bit WA ~~ove~ters
w/ox
* ~i~it~~ Servo ~0~~~0~ w/Awto
antes for accurate
tracking
Frequency
Response
. ..
Usable Sensitivity
IF Rejection
Image Rejection
Signal-to-Noise
Ratio
Channel
Separation
Frequency
Response
Signal-toNoise Ratio
Channel
§eparation
Dynamic
Range
.
1 OdB(S/N
. >[email protected]
. .
.
30dB)
90dB
50dB
60dB
KHz
5” and 3”
2OHz-20kHz
(+3dB)
>90dB
.84dB
1 OOdB
Continuous
F’ower Output
Dynamic
Power Output
Pre-Out Voltage (vol max)
Preamp Output Impedance
Equalization
s
laser accurately
~ve~§ampli~g
Focurs
- Adjusts
.
.
.
.
to CD
CD
manufacturing
tolet-
4x25 Watts
4x40 Watt5
1 . . . . 2.4Vrms
. lOOi
Bass rl: 10dB @ 6OHz
Treble A 8dB @ 15kHz
2-9/32”H
x 7-l 3/32”W
x 7-lf4”D
(58mm x 188mm x 183 7mm)
s. I-27132”t-i
(46 5mm
.*. Ia . o.D****..o..
tracks
x 6-3/4”W
x 171 5mm
f f f .l...**.DeI*.
x 13/l 6”D
x 20 2mm)
.3 85 Ibs (1 74,kg)
r
Sensitivity.
-6dB Bandwidth
20dBf
.
max @ IOdB
5KHz mm-12
Sensitivity
KHz max
3-3/8”H
x 2-1/8”W
x 9/32”D
(85 6mm x 54mm x 7mm)
k
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3
STANDARD INSTALLATION
ISO-DIN INSTALLATION
Secure factoq bracket t
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For
2/2001
2001
Models
Rockford
Corporation
546 south
Rockford
Drive
Tempe,
Arizona
85281
U S A
In U S A , (480) 967-3565
In Europe,
Fax (49) 8503-934014
In Japan,
Fax (81) 559-79-1265
www
rockfordfosgate
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