REMOTE PUNCH BASS
Mounting and installation
Find a location that gives easy access
to the remote.
NOTE:You can mount this unit in a
variety of ways. Remove the back
housing by using a small flat
screwdriver in the slotted hole
at the back.The housing can be
installed with the mounting tab
up or down, or left off for in
Route the cable for the remote and connect to the
Outside Panel Install
Using the screws supplied, install the mounting clip.
Slip the remote onto the mounting clip until it snaps
Connect the cable to the remote.
Cut out a 2"x 7/8" hole in the panel, with a
maximum panel thickness of 3/8". Ensure there is
enough room within the panel area for connection.
Route the cable through the hole and connect to
Press the remote into the panel cutout until it clicks in place.
Turn clockwise to add Punch to amplifier bass frequencies.
CAUTION:Overexcursion and subsequent damage may occur at high levels of boost
NOTE:An optional Para-Punch Remote Bass is available which adds an adjustable center frequency
control with the adjustable boost control.
To adjust the gain setting, turn the amplifier gains all the way down (counter-clockwise).Turn the source unit
volume up until distortion is audible and then turn it down a bit until the distortion is inaudible.This will be
about all the way up on most source units. Next, increase the amplifier gain setting until adequate volume is
achieved. Rockford Fosgate source units do not distort, so the volume can be used at maximum setting.
NOTE:Best signal to noise and dynamic range are realized with the gain at minimum. Most users find
adequate gain and volume is achieved at about halfway in the adjustment range.
CAUTION:Avoid setting the amplifier gain very high as noise and distortion will
NOTE:For a more in depth setting procedure, contact Rockford Technical Support