splfrek
ok just got a rfx-8140 and a bnib rfx-8601 from a freind of mine. I remeber seeing these in a ton of db drag vehicles.why?
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Boomin Audio Competitions - Andy
I remember having an old school RF deck, and had another a bit newer.
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Cr@sh
Im no expert but It could be this:

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)

Found it here:
http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/library/manuals/8115-8120-8130-8140-man.pdf

Page 71!
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puertorro
DELCO made RF headg units. 8.0 volts is the top of the line.
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davor-ri
yes hi voltage preouts, copper case....BUT in everyday use they turned up to be bad...slow reading of cd....very sensitive on dirty cd/s, vibrations etc...especially when they get older....
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jarfunkz
I thought they were great decks for everyday use. I used an 8140, 8103 and 8102. Wonderful tuner(probably the best).
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davor-ri
8410/8420...was the hu's I know they turned up bad....very sensitive MF's
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thanosdbfan
Ι used to own an RF 8140 deck along with a symmetry EPX...

When i switced to ALPINE the system sounded twice as loud, Seemed like i have put bigger amps...
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So_Lo_Saturn
I've had a 8140 w/ a epx for years now in my mustang & never had a problem. The combo has been in the car since 1999.
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350_regal
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Originally posted by puertorro:
DELCO made RF headg units. 8.0 volts is the top of the line.
denon not delco, ive always wanted one.
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So_Lo_Saturn
denon did make one but I believe delco made the rest.
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