Infinity 60.2CS, 40.2CS, 50.2CS, 652.2CS User Manual

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Infinity 60.2CS, 40.2CS, 50.2CS, 652.2CS User Manual

kappa series

40.2cs, 50.2cs, 60.2cs & 652.2cs


Thank you for purchasing an Infinity Kappa Series 2-Way Component System. We’ve organized this manual to make your installation as simple and trouble-free as possible. Please read it thoroughly before proceeding. Remember to keep your sales receipt with this manual in a safe place so both are available for future reference.




IMPORTANT: Installation of automotive stereo components can require extensive experience with a variety of mechanical and electrical procedures. Although these instructions explain how to install a Kappa Series 2-Way Component System in a general sense, they do not show the exact installation method for your particular vehicle. If you do not feel you have the experience, do not attempt the installation yourself, but instead ask your authorized Infinity car-audio dealer about professional installation options.

WARNING: Playing loud music in an automobile can permanently damage your hearing, as well as hinder your ability to hear traffic.The maximum volume levels achievable with Infinity speakers, combined with high power amplification, may exceed safe levels for extended listening. We recommend using low volume levels when driving. Infinity accepts no liability for hearing loss, bodily injury or property damage as a

result of use or misuse of this product.

Kappa speakers are designed to be easily installed in stock speaker locations. While mounting your speakers in the original factory locations will, in most cases, provide excellent sonic results, the best-sounding installations are a result of adherence to a few basic rules.

For the most spacious stereo image, place the left and right speakers as far apart as possible.

For enhanced center image, place the left and right speakers so they are equidistant from the listening position. If possible, try to place them as far forward as possible.

For best treble response when tweeters are flush-mounted in the I-Mount™(pat. 5,859,917), aim them at the listening position by adjusting the tweeter angle in the cup, tightening the small metal locking nut behind the assembly, and rotating the entire assembly in its mounting location before tightening the large plastic locking nut behind the panel (see Figure 6,

page 3).

Always wear protective eyewear when using any tools.

Turn off all audio systems and other electrical devices before you start. Disconnect the (–) negative lead from your vehicle’s battery.

Keep components in their package until final installation. When moving a speaker, always rest it with the cone or dome facing up. Never use force to install any speaker.

Check clearances on both sides of a planned mounting surface before drilling any holes or installing any screws. Remember that the screws can extend behind the surface.

At the installation sites, locate and make a note of all fuel lines, hydraulic brake lines, vacuum lines and electrical wiring. Use extreme caution when cutting or drilling in and around these areas.

CAUTION: In some cars, fuel tanks may be located directly beneath the rear deck. Check for adequate speaker basket clearance before

considering this location!

• Before drilling or cutting holes, use a utility Figure 1 knife to remove unwanted fabric or vinyl, to

keep material from snagging in a drill bit or saw.

For door installations, check the clearance with the windows throughout the range of the window’s travel, and verify that a mounted speaker will not interfere with the window crank or power-window mechanism.

If mounting components elsewhere, check for clearance around rear deck torsion bars, glove box or other structural elements.

Do not mount components where they will get wet.

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