UTV Source Units

Frequently Asked Questions

Looking for a versatile and durable source unit to power your UTV audio system? Look no further than Rockford Fosgate's UTV source units. Our multimedia source units are specifically designed for the unique demands of off-road use, delivering high-quality sound and reliable performance in even the toughest environments.

With a wide range of features and capabilities, our UTV source units can handle any audio setup. Whether you're looking for Bluetooth connectivity, AM/FM radio, or Satellite radio, Rockford Fosgate has the perfect option for your needs.

Our UTV source units are built to last, with features like weather-resistant construction, anti-glare displays, and easy-to-use controls. And with advanced sound processing and customization options, our source units deliver clear, powerful sound that's sure to enhance your off-road audio experience.

So why settle for a mediocre audio source on your next off-road adventure? Upgrade to Rockford Fosgate's UTV source units and experience the ultimate in off-road audio performance.

A UTV source unit is the main component of an audio system that controls the sound input and output. It acts as the hub for all audio sources, including radio, Bluetooth, USB, and auxiliary inputs.

When choosing a UTV source unit, consider features such as compatibility with your UTV's electrical system, ease of installation, Bluetooth connectivity, and the ability to control the sound settings, such as equalization and bass/treble adjustments.

Yes, you can use your smartphone as a UTV source unit by connecting it via Bluetooth or an auxiliary cable. However, a dedicated UTV source unit may offer better sound quality and control over the audio settings.

A water resistant source unit may use stainless steel hardware and coatings to prevent water damage. An IPX rated source unit is specifically designed to withstand high water spray from multiple angles to prevent water damage to the LCD or pc board.

Yes, installing a UTV source unit is relatively easy and can be done by anyone with basic mechanical knowledge and wiring skills. However, it's essential to choose the right unit and ensure that it's compatible with your UTV's electrical system. Following the manufacturer's instructions carefully is also crucial for a successful installation.