Jensen Marine Radio MSR2007 User Manual

MSR2007  
MARINE AUDIO SYSTEM  
Installation and Operation Manual  
Manual del Usuario/Guide d'Utilisateur  
AUDIO  
INFO  
SAT  
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MSR2007  
SAFETY INFORMATION  
When Boating  
Keep the volume level Iow enough to be aware of your surroundings.  
Protect from Water  
Do not submerge or expose the product directly to water, as this can cause electrical shorts,  
fire or other damage.  
Protect from High Temperatures  
Exposure to direct sunlight for an extended period of time can produce very high temperatures  
inside your vessel. Give the interior a chance to cool down before starting playback.  
Do not mount radio within close proximity of engine compartment.  
Use the Proper Power Supply  
This product is designed to operate with a 12 volt DC negative ground battery system.  
WARNING:  
DO NOT OPEN, DISASSEMBLE OR ALTER THE UNIT IN ANY WAY. Doing so may  
result in fire, electric shock or product damage.  
USE THE CORRECT AMPERE RATING WHEN REPLACING FUSE. Failure to do so  
may result in fire, electric shock or product damage.  
DO NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS THAT MIGHT HINDER VEHICLE OPERATION. Doing  
so may obstruct vision or hamper movement which can result in a serious accident.  
INSTALL THE WIRING SO THAT IT IS NOT CRIMPED OR PINCHED BY SCREWS OR  
SHARP METAL EDGES. Route the cables away from moving parts or sharp pointed  
edges. This will prevent crimping and damage to the wiring. If the wiring must pass  
through a metal hole, be sure to use a rubber grommet to prevent the wire's insulation  
from being cut by the metal edge of the hole. It is also recommended to apply sealing  
caulk to any opening that may potentially allow water to enter.  
Be sure to choose a location that is flat and has clearance above the unit to prevent any  
damage, as well as allow for ventilation.  
Before drilling any holes, carefully inspect the area underneath and behind the mounting  
surface where the devices will be mounted to make sure it will not interfere with existing  
wires, fuel lines, the fuel tank or any other objects that could be damaged.  
Always disconnect the vehicle negative battery terminal to prevent accidental shorting  
during installation.  
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MSR2007  
INSTALLATION  
Before You Begin  
Wired Commander Mounting  
Before you begin, always disconnect the battery negative terminal.  
1. Choose a mounting area for the wired commander that is clean and flat, allowing the rear  
gasket to fully seal to the mounting surface.  
2. Secure the wired commander using either of the recommended mounting methods  
detailed in the diagrams below.  
Important Notes  
Before final installation, test the wiring connections to make sure the unit is connected  
properly and the system works.  
Use only the parts included with the unit to ensure proper installation. The use of  
unauthorized parts can cause malfunctions.  
Consult with your nearest dealer if installation requires the drilling of holes or other  
modifications to your vessel.  
Install the unit where it does not interfere with driving and cannot injure passengers if  
there is a sudden or emergency stop.  
Avoid installing the unit where it will be subject to high temperatures from direct sunlight,  
hot air, or from a heater, or where it would be subject to excessive dust, dirt or vibration.  
7/8” HOLE REQUIRED  
FOR CABLE  
M4 MOUNTING SCREWS (4-PCS)  
MINIMUM SCREW LENGTH 1 1/2”  
M5X8 SCREWS REQUIRED FOR MOUNTING  
MAXIMUM SCREW DEPTH IN COMMANDER 1/4”  
7/8” HOLE REQUIRED FOR CABLE  
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MSR2007  
Tuner/Amplifier Mounting  
1. Choose a mounting area for the tuner/amp module that will provide plenty of ventilation to  
prevent the amplifier from overheating. The tuner/amp module can be mounted in the hor-  
izontal or vertical position. Please note that when mounting in vertical position, do not  
mount with the harness exit points facing straight up, as water can collect around the  
chassis in these areas.  
STAINLESS STEEL M4 SCREWS REQUIRED  
WITH MINIMUM LENGTH OF 1”  
1 1/2” PILOT HOLES FOR SUPPLIED SELF-STARTING SCREWS  
180 PILOT HOLES WHEN USING THREADED MACHINE SCREWS  
2. Attach the 4 rubber mounting feet, provided, to the bottom of the tuner/amp metal plate.  
This will provide clearance from surface moisture and promote good ventilation for the  
heat sink.  
3. Using the shortest length of the recommended size screws possible, mount the tuner/  
amplifier as detailed in the diagram on the right.  
4. Route the tuner/ amplifier harness and cable throughout the vessel as required. Keep  
some slack in the harness/ cables so it won't be too tight, as this can cause damage to the  
wires.  
1 3/4” HOLE REQUIRED FOR  
CABLE/CONNECTOR  
5. Follow the wiring diagram carefully and make certain all connections are secure and  
insulated with crimp connectors or electrical tape to ensure proper operation.  
6. After completing the wiring connections, reconnect the negative terminal on the battery  
and turn the unit on to confirm operation (vessel accessory switch must be on). If the unit  
does not operate, disconnect battery, recheck all wiring and refer to the trouble-shooting  
guide located in the back of the manual.  
Reconnect Battery  
When wiring is complete, reconnect the battery negative terminal.  
REMOVABLE RUBBER FEET  
4 PLACES  
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