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Owners Manual Manuel de lutilisateur Bedienungsanleitung Manual de Instrucciones Gebruiksaanwijzing Manuale di istruzioni Instruktionsbok
Stereo Compact Disc Player Lecteur de disque compact Stereo-CD-Player Reproductor de Discos Compactos CD-speler Lettore CD CD-spelare D-
Register your product at www.Rotel.com/register
RCD-06 SE Stereo Compact Disc Player
Important Safety Instructions
WARNING: There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,do not expose the unit to moisture or water. Do not expose the unit to dripping or splashing. Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases,on the unit. Do not allow foreign objects to get into the enclosure. If the unit is exposed to moisture, or a foreign object gets into the enclosure, immediately disconnect the power cord from the wall. Take the unit to a qualified service person for inspection and necessary repairs. Read all the instructions before connecting or operating the component. Keep this manual so you can refer to these safety instructions. Heed all warnings and safety information in these instructions and on the product itself. Follow all operating instructions. Clean the enclosure only with a dry cloth or a vacuum cleaner. Do not use this unit near water. You must allow a minimum 10 cm or 4 inches of unobstructed clearance around the unit.
CLASSE 1 LASER PRODUCT
The power cord should be unplugged from the wall outlet during a lightning storm or if the unit is to be left unused for a long period of time. Use only accessories specified by the manufacturer. Use only with a cart, stand, rack, bracket or shelf system recommended by Rotel. Use caution when moving the unit in a stand or rack to avoid injury from a tip-over. Immediately stop using the component and have it inspected and/ or serviced by a qualified service agency if: The power supply cord or plug has been damaged Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the unit The unit has been exposed to rain The unit shows signs of improper operation The unit has been dropped or damaged in any way
Do not place the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface that could block the ventilation openings. If the unit is placed in a bookcase or cabinet, there must be ventilation of the cabinet to allow proper cooling. Keep the component away from radiators, heat registers, stoves, or any other appliance that produces heat. The unit must be connected to a power supply only of the type and voltage specified on the rear panel. (USA: 120 V/60Hz, EC: 230V/50Hz) Connect the component to the power outlet only with the supplied power supply cable or an exact equivalent. Do not modify the supplied cable. A polarized plug has two blades, with one wider than the other. A grounding plug has two blades plus a third grounding prong. These are provided for your safety. Do not defeat grounding and/or polarization safety provisions. If the supplied plug does not fit your outlet, please consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. Do not use extension cords. The main plug of the power cordset is a disconnect device of the apparatus. In order to completely disconnect the apparatus from the supply mains, the main plug of the power cordset should be unplugged from the mains (AC) outlet. The stand-by LED indica-tor will not be lit up to show the power cord is unplugged. The disconnect device shall remain readily operable. Do not route the power cord where it will be crushed, pinched, bent, exposed to heat, or damaged in any way. Pay particular attention to the power cord at the plug and where the cord exits the back of the unit.
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCT 1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2. DANGER: Visible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or bypassed. Avoid direct exposure to beam. 3. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the player; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel. WARNING! To reduce the risk of electrical shock, fires, etc.: 1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet. 2. Do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. 3. Do not touch the power cord or plug with wet hands.
Rotel products are designed to comply with international directives on the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in electrical and electronic equipment and the disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). The crossed wheelie bin symbol indicates compliance and that the products must be appropriately recycled or processed in accordance with these directives. This symbol means that this unit is double insulated. An earth connection is not required.
Place the unit on a fixed, level surface strong enough to support its weight. Do not place it on a moveable cart that could tip over.
Figure 1: Controls and Connections Commandes et branchements Bedienelemente und Anschlsse Controles y Conexiones De bedieningsorganen en aansluitingen Controlli e collegamenti Kontroller och anslutningar
DOUBLE INSULATION When servicing use only identical replacement parts
12V TRIG EXT REM
COMPACT DISC PLAYER MODEL NO. RCD-06SE POWER CONSUMPTION : 20W
DIGITAL OUTPUT IN IN
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
WARNING:SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC LECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF THE FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTRUE.
PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS 21 CFR 1040. 10 AND 1040.11
RR-D95 Remote Control Tlcommande RR-D95 Fernbedienung RR-D95 Mando a Distancia RR-D95 De RR-D95 afstandsbediening Telecomando RR-D95 Fjrrkontroll RR-D95 RR-D95
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Figure 3: Analog Outputs Sorties analogiques Analoge Ausgnge Salidas Analgicas De analoge uitgangen Uscite analogiche Analoga utgngar
PHONO GND LEFT
When servicing use only identical replacement parts
CD TUNER AUX 1 AUX 2 TAPE 1 PRE OUT
A OR B 4 OHMS MINIMUM A AND B 8 OHMS MINIMUM SPEAKER A
EXT REM IN
12V TRIGGER OUT INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER POWER CONSUMPTION: 220W SPEAKER B
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
Figure 4: Digital Outputs Sorties numriques Digitalausgang Salidas Digitales De digitale uitgangen Uscite digitali Digitala utgngar
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. Dolby,Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboraties Licensing Corportation. Confidential unpublished works 1992-1997 Dolby Laboraties, Inc. All rights reserved.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater System,Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,242 and other world-wide patents, issues and pending. DTS,DTS Digital surround,are trademarks of Digital Theater System,Inc. Copyright 1996 Digital Theater System, Inc. All right reserved
WARNING:SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISKOF THE FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTRUE.
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC LECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
Important Safety Instructions. Figure 1: Controls and Connections Figure 2: RR-D95 Remote Control Figure 3: Analog Outputs Figure 4: Digital Outputs About Rotel. Getting Started. A Few Precautions Placement Control Identification AC Power and Control. AC Power Input e Power Switch 1and Power Indicator 2 Output Connections. Analog Outputs - Digital Outputs = Operation. Infrared Remote Control 4 Display 5 Disc Drawer 3 Transport Control Buttons. OPEN/CLOSE Button 6A PLAY Button 7M STOP Button 8F PAUSE Button 9N TRACK Buttons 0L DIRECT ACCESS Buttons B SEARCH Buttons K Additional Features. PROGRAM Button REVIEW Button I CLEAR Button H RANDOM Button D REPEAT Button C SCAN Button E TIME Button G External Remote Input w. 12V Trigger Connection q. Troubleshooting. Front Panel Power Indicator Is Not Lit Fuse Replacement No Sound Specifications. 9
Our story began nearly 50 years ago. Over the decades,we have received hundreds of awards for our products and satisfied hundreds of thousands of people who take their entertainment seriously like you! Rotel was founded by a family whose passionate interest in music led them to manufacture high-fidelity components of uncompromising quality. Through the years, that passion has remained undiminished and the family goal of providing exceptional value for audiophiles and music lovers, regardless of their budget, is shared by all Rotel employees. Rotels engineers work as a close team, listening to, and fine tuning, each new product until it reaches their exacting musical standards. They are free to choose components from around the world in order to make that product the best they can. You are likely to find capacitors from the United Kingdom and Germany, semiconductors from Japan or the United States, while toroidal power transformers are manufactured in Rotels own factory. We all have concerns about our environment. And,as more and more electronics are produced and later discarded, it is especially important for a manufacturer to do all it can to engineer products that have a minimum negative impact on landfill sites and water tables. At Rotel, we are proud to do our part. We have reduced the lead content in our electronics by using special ROHS solder, while our new Class D (not digital) amplifiers are up to five times more efficient than our legacy designs and still deliver power and performance. These products run cool, give minimum wasted energy, are good for the environment and give better sound too. Finally, we have printed this brochure on recycled paper stock. While we understand that these are small first steps, they are still important ones. And we continue to pursue new methods and materials for a cleaner and greener manufacturing process. All of us at Rotel thank you for buying this product. We are sure it will bring you many years of enjoyment.
Thank you for purchasing the Rotel RCD-06 SE Stereo Compact Disc Player. Its precision transport is back up by a high performance Wolfson D/A converter. These features, combined with Rotels Balanced Design, ensure the RCD-06 SE will deliver the highest level of audio performance. When used in a high-quality audio system, your Rotel CD player will provide years of enjoyment.
The RCD-06 SE should be plugged directly into a 2-pin polarized wall outlet or into the switched outlet on another component in your audio system. Do not use an extension cord. Be sure the power switch on the front panel of the RCD-06 SE is turned off (in the out position). Then, connect the supplied power cord to the AC power receptacle on the rear of the unit and the AC power outlet. If you are going to be away from home for an extended period of time such as a month-long vacation, it is a sensible precaution to unplug your CD player (as well as other audio and video components) while you are away.
A Few Precautions
Please read this manual carefully.In addition to installation and operating instructions, it provides valuable information on various RCD-06 SE system congurations as well as general information that will help you get optimum performance from your system. Please contact your authorized Rotel dealer for answers to any quesions you might have. In addition, all of us at Rotel welcome your questions and comments. Save the RCD06 SE shipping carton and all enclosed packing material for future use. Shipping or moving the RCD-06 SE in anything other than the original packing material may result in severe damage that is not covered by the warranty. Fill out and send in the owners registration card packed with the RCD-06 SE. Also be sure to keep the original sales receipt. It is your best record of the date of purchase, which you will need in the event warranty service is required.
Power Switch 1 and POWER Indicator 2
The power switch is located on the front panel of your CD player. To turn the CD player on, push the switch in. The LED indicator above the switch and the Display will light up, indicating that the CD player is turned on. To turn the CD player off, push the button again and return it to the out position.
Note: If you are using a switched outlet to turn on and off your CD player,
you should leave the power switch in the on position. When AC power is applied to the unit, it will power up in fully active mode.
The RCD-06 SE gives you a choice of two different kinds of output connectionsan analog output signal from the built-in D/A converter for use with conventional analog audio components and a coax digital output which provides an unprocessed digital data signal for use with outboard D/A converters or digital processors.
Use common sense when placing the RCD-06 SE in a cabinet or when stacking other equipment. Make sure that the shelf or cabinet can support its weight. Do not stack heavy components on top of the RCD-06 SE. Avoid placing the unit where it may be subject to excessive heat such as on top of a large power amplier or near a heat register. For best performance, avoid placing the unit where it may be subject to vibration, such as near a speaker.
Note: To prevent loud noises that neither you nor your speakers will appreciate, make sure the CD player is turned off when you make any signal connections.
This manual shows illustrations of the front and rear panels and the RRD95 remote control. Each item in the illustrations is identied with a call out in a gray box. Through out this manual the items refered to in the text are identied by the corresponding call out. The items on the front and rear panels are identied with a number call out, such a 1. The items on the remote control are labeled with a letter call out, such as A.
Analog Outputs -
[See Figure 3 for wiring illustration] A pair of standard RCA jacks supplies an analog output signal from the RCD-06 SE to the source inputs of an audio preamplier,integrated amplier, or receiver. Select high quality audio interconnect cables. Connect the left channel output of the RCD-06 SE to the left channel source input on the preamplier or other component. Connect the right output of the RCD-06 SE to the right channel source input on the preamplier or other component.
AC Power and Control
AC Power Input e
Your RCD-06 SE is congured at the factory for the proper AC voltage in the country where you purchased it (either 120 volts or 230 volts). The AC line conguration is noted on a decal on the back panel.
Digital Output =
Note: Should you move your CD player to another country, it may be
possible to reconfigure it for use on a different line voltage. Do not attempt to perform this conversion yourself. Opening the enclosure of the RCD-06 SE exposes you to dangerous voltages. Consult a qualified service person or the Rotel factory service department for information.
[See Figure 4 for wiring illustration] If you are using an outboard D/A converter or other digital processor, you will need an unprocessed digital data stream from the RCD-06 SE, taken before the built-in D/A converter. This signal is supplied by The RCD-06 SEs backpanel digital output jack. Using a standard 75 ohm coax digital cable, connect the RCD-06 SEs coax digital output to the coax digital input connector on the outboard D/A converter.
The RCD-06 SE can be operated using its front panel buttons or from corresponding buttons on the supplied infrared remote control. Specic instructions for each of these controls are detailed below. Most of the buttons are duplicated on the front panel and on the IR remote control. However, there are a few exceptions where the buttons are only available on one or the other. These exceptions are noted in the instructions.
STOP Button 8F
This button stops a disc that is playing and resets the player, i.e. if play is resumed, the disc will start over from the rst track. Pressing the STOP button twice quickly in succession cancels any programmed selections (see below).
PAUSE Button 9N
Infrared Remote Control 4
Before using the IR remote control, it is necessary to install two UM-4/ AAA batteries (supplied). Remove the plastic cover on the back of the IR remote, install the batteries (observing the + and polarity indications),and reinstall the cover. To use the IR remote control, aim it at the IR sensor Display area on the front panel of the RCD-06 SE.
This button is used to temporarily suspend play. The disc continues to spin and play will be resumed from the current position. The PAUSE indicator will light in the Display. To resume playing the disc, press the PAUSE button again or press the PLAY button.
TRACK Buttons 0L
4 located in the
These buttons are used to select tracks on the disc. When a disc is playing, pressing the right TRACK button advances to the beginning of the next track. Pressing the left TRACK button returns to the beginning of the current track. Pressing twice quickly in succession returns to the beginning of the previous track. The new track number appears in the Display. These buttons are also used to select a track before pressing the PLAY button or when memorizing tracks for the PROGRAM play mode (see below). These selections are made by continuously pressing the TRACK buttons until the desired track is reached. In PROGRAM mode, the TRACK buttons advance or reverse to the next track in the memorized selection list.
A lighted Display on the front panel of the RCD-06 SE provides useful information about the status of the unit, activation of special features, and track/time information for the disc being played. Each of these indicators is described in the detailed operating instructions that follow.
DIRECT ACCESS Buttons B Disc Drawer 3
A motor-driven disc drawer, located in the center of the RCD-06 SE, slides out to accept a compact disc and retracts to play the disc.Place the compact disc in the drawer label-side up. Make sure the disc is properly centered in the tray. The drawer can be closed in two ways: pushing the OPN/CLS button or pushing the PLAY button.
Remote Only These eleven numeric buttons (labelled 1 through 0 and >10) are used to directly access a track from the IR remote control instead of stepping through the tracks using the TRACK buttons. The rst ten tracks on a disc can be selected by pressing the corresponding button. For example, to play the third track, press the 3 button on the remote control. When accessing track numbers greater than 10, press the >10 button followed by the track number. For example, to select track 12, press the >10 button followed by the 1 button and then the 2 button. The number of the selected track will appear in the main numeric area at the center of the Display. There is also a four by four matrix of track numbers (1 16) located at the right side of the display. This display indicates all of the tracks on the disc. If there are more than 16 tracks on the disc, all of the digits will light accompanied by the word OVER, regardless of which track is playing. This matrix is independent of the main numeric area of the Display, which will always indicate the currently playing track, even if above 16. The DIRECT ACCESS buttons may also be used to memorize tracks in PROGRAM mode (see below).
Transport Control Buttons
These buttons provide basic control functions for the disc transport mechanism. Except where noted, all functions are available on the RCD06 SE front panel and the IR remote control.
OPEN/CLOSE Button 6A
When the transport disc drawer is closed, pressing this button automatically opens the drawer. To close the drawer, press this button again. The drawer can also be closed by pressing the PLAY button. When the drawer is open, the Display will read OPEN. When it is closed with no disc, the display will read NO DISC. When the drawer closes with a disc inserted, the Display will indicate the number of tracks on the disc and the total time of the disc in minutes and seconds.
PLAY Button 7M
Press the PLAY button to start playing the disc. If the disc drawer is open, it will close automatically. The number of the track being played and the elapsed time will be shown in the display, along with the PLAY indicator. Normally, the disc will start playing with the rst track. However, you can select a different track using the TRACK buttons or the DIRECT ACCESS buttons (see below) before pressing the PLAY button to start playing a different selection.
SEARCH Button K
Remote Only These buttons fast forward or fast reverse through the currently playing disc as long as they are pressed. While the buttons are pressed, you will hear high-speed audio. Releasing the buttons returns to PLAY mode.
RCD-06 SE Stereo Compact Disc Player CLEAR Button H
These convenience features add extra functionality to the RCD-06 SE, including the ability to memorize a group of tracks to be played, to repeat a disc, program, or track over and over, to play the tracks on a disc in random order, to automatically play the rst 10 seconds of each track, and to select from several available time displays.
PROGRAM Button J
Remote Only This button allows you to remove a track selection from the memorized program play list during the review procedure described above. Follow the review procedure until the desiredtrack number is ashing. Then, instead of pressing the REVIEW button to continue, remove thedisplayed track by pressing the CLEAR button while the number is still ashing. You may then continue the review procedure.
Remote Only This button,labeled PROG, allows you to memorize as many as 20 tracks on the current disc for playback in a specic order.For example, you could instruct the RCD-06 SE to play track 5,followed by track 3, followed by track 8. To begin a program: 1. Insert a disc and press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the drawer. The RCD-06 SE will read the contents of the disc. Press the PROG button on the remote control.The PROGRAM indicator will light up in the Display, along with P:00 indicating that the unit is waiting for the rst track to be memorized. Enter the rst track number using the DIRECT ACCESS buttons. Your selection will be memorized automatically and the Display indicator will change to P:01, indicating that one track has been memorized. Continue entering the rest of your selections using the DIRECT ACCESS buttons. Note that there is no need to press the PROG button as each selection is memorized as it is entered.
RANDOM Button D
Remote Only This instructs the CD player to play tracks from the entire disc in random order. Once all of the selections have been played once, the disc will stop playing, unless the REPEAT Button (see below) has been engaged, in which case the random play will continue until the STOP button is pressed. When the RANDOM button is engaged, the word RANDOM appears in the Display.
REPEAT Button C
Remote Only This button allows you to repeat the current track or the entire disc continuously until the feature is cancelled by disengaging the REPEAT button or pressing STOP. the REPEAT button steps sequentially through the available options. Press the button once and the RCD-06 SE will repeat just the current track, displaying the indicator REPEAT 1 in the Display. Press the button a second time and the RCD-06 SE will repeat the entire disc, displaying REPEAT ALL in the Display. Press the button a third time to cancel the REPEAT function. As noted above,REPEAT can be used in conjunction with the RANDOM play feature.
Once you have memorized a play list,the RCD-06 SE remains in PROGRAM mode until you open the disc drawer or press the STOP button twice in succession.If you press the PLAY button, the memorized program will play instead of the entire disc, starting with the rst selection in the memorized list. When a PROGRAM has been memorized,most functions that would normally affect the entire disc operate on just the memorized program. For example, the TRACK buttons advance to the next track in the memorized program, not the next track on the disc. Likewise, the REPEAT button (see below) continuously plays the memorized program, not the entire disc.
Note: The REPEAT function is automatically cancelled when the disc
drawer is opened.
SCAN Button E
This button is used to review the memorized tracks in PROGRAM mode. Press the button and the rst memorized track number will appear in order in the Display, ashing for approximately five seconds. Pressing the REV button again while the track number is ashing will continue the review sequence, showing the next memorized track.Continue pressing the REVIEW button to see the complete memorized track list. If you do not press the REVIEW button while the track number is ashing, the review process is terminated and the unit resumes whatever mode it was in before you started to review, except that the last reviewed track number will remain active and shown in the display. Note that you may remove a selection from the play list during the review procedure using the CLEAR button, as described below.
REVIEW Button I
Remote Only This feature automatically plays the rst ten seconds of each track on the disc (or the memorized program). To activate the feature, press the SCAN button. The word INTRO appears in the Display. To stop scanning and resume normal operation at the current track, press the SCAN button again or press the PLAY button.
TIME Button G
Remote Only Normally, the RCD-06 SE displays the elapsed time of the currently playing track. The TIME button allows you to step through two alternative time displays. Pressing the button once displays the time remaining in the current track, which counts down as the track continues playing. Pressing the button a second time displays the time remaining on the entire disc (or memorized program). Pressing the button a third time reverts to the standard elapsed time display. When the TIME feature is activated, the word REMAIN appears in the Display.
External Remote Input w
This 3.5 mm mini-jack (labeled EXT REM IN) receives command codes from an industry-standard infrared receiver (Xantech, etc.) located in the main listening room. This feature is useful when the unit is installed in a cabine and the front-panel sensor is blocked. Consul your authorized Rotel dealer for information on external receivers and the proper wiring o a jack to t the mini-jack receptacle.
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12V Trigger Connection q
The RCD-06 SE can be activated by a 12 volt trigger signal from a Rotel preamplier. The trigger input accepts any control signal (AC or DC) ranging from 3 volts to 30 volts. When a cable is connected to the input and a trigger signal is present, the CD Player is activated. When the trigger signal is interrupted, the unit goes into standby mode. The front panel indicator light remains lit , but the display goes dark and the unit will not operate.
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Component Rack Mounting Kit
RFK-20 & RFK-26 SERIES MODEL
RFK Carton Contents
Rotel has designed the 15 Series in standard U-heights, with the only exceptions being the RSX-1550, RCX-1500, RA-05SE, and RCD-06SE. Our RFK rack kit optimizes the use of rack space and provides a beautiful finished appearance, while also securing the components for transport. The low cost of the RFK kits compare very favorably to using shelves and face plates, allowing you to put more of your clients budget where it really countsaudio quality.
What is in the RFK Kit?
Each kit contains five pairs of rails and 32 finishing trim pieces (16 pairs) in various U heightsenough to mount five components using different size front panels. Each kit comes complete with 5 x 1U, 5 x 2U, 5 x 3U, and 1 x 4U and provides many different mounting options. For example, you could mount the following items with one RFK kit: 1 x RSX x RMB x RB x RMB x RDG 1520 4U 2U 3U 2U RFK20 kits should be ordered for 20 to 25 racks. A RFK 26 should for 26 deep racks. Note: When using the RFK 20 in a 25 deep rack, you must order a Mid-Atlantic rear rack rail system. Or 4 x RB x RSP 1570 1U Or 3 x RMB x RMB 1562 3U 2U
Detailing the front of the rack
Each kit comes with trim plates for the front of the rack which, when properly installed, stop the product from shifting forward. If additional trim plates are required for the job please call 800-370-3741 and dial extension 251. Here is a complete list of Rotel U heights, which may also be found on the price list. RB 1510 RA 1520 RB 1562 RB 1565 RB 1572 RC 1580 RC 1550 RCD 1520 RDG 1520 1U 2U 2U 2U 2U 2U 2U 2U 2U RSP 1570 RMB 1575 RB 1582 RB 1552 RMB 1506 RMB 1512 RSX 1560 3U 3U 3U 3U 3U 3U 4U
*RSX 1550, RA 05SE, RCX 1500 and RCD 06SE are not a U height models
How to rack a Rotel 15 series model
Position the Rotel RFK 20 or RFK 26 in the rack according to the U height markings.
Use two 10-32 pan head screws for the rail front (leave a little loose).
Fully secure the rail back with two more screws and then tighten the front.
Install the remaining rails into the rack.
Remove the equipment feet.
The Rotel 15 Series models will fit to a precise depth on the RFK 20/26 rails.
Attach the supplied L brackets to the back of the 15 Series models.
Secure the L brackets to the rail.
Notice that the trim plates (except for 1U) are notched for a tight fit. Trim pieces are labeled left and right on the inside of the trim piece.
Use the same pan head 10-32 screws to attach the trim plates.
Rotel 15 Series installed in a Middle Atlantic rack with RFK 26 rails.
Rear Rack Rail Installation
Components mounted in the rack between shelves are a snug fit so there is minimal movement if the rack needs to be turned on its back for transportation. However, for added security use long tie-wraps to secure the components. (Available from any hardware store.) All parts are available separately and may be ordered through the service department. Use two 10-32 pan head screws for the rail front (leave a little loose).
Install the Middle Atlantic rear rack rail system so that the U height labels coincide with the front of the rack. Position the Rotel RFK 20 or RFK 26 in the rack according to the U height markings.
Install the Middle Atlantic rear rack rail system so that the U labels coincide with the front of the rack.
Complete assembly as with the standard rack.
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