Outlaw RR2180 Integrated Stereo Receiver
High Power Stereo Amplifier
2 x 125 watts continuous power, 20 Hz to 20 kHz @ 8 ohms, <0.05% THD, both channels driven
7 Analog Inputs
Connect all of your analog audio sources with ease. Included are a rear panel phono input (moving coil or moving magnet), 4 line level RCA inputs, an external processor loop, and a front panel 3.5mm auxiliary input.
2 USB-A Inputs (Front and Rear Panel)
Connect a USB storage device. These inputs support hi-res audio and USB devices with speeds of up to 2.0 and up to 16GB of storage.
1 USB-B Input (Rear Panel)
Connect a compatible computer (PC) for hi-res audio playback through your main music system. For your computer to communicate with the receiver, you will need to download a USB Audio Driver; it can be found at:
2 Optical Inputs
Connect your source devices’ optical output here for hi-res audio playback through your main music system. If playing audio when you rst switch to an optical input, the receiver's front panel display will brie y show the incoming audio's sample rate.
2 Digital Coax Inputs
Connect your source devices’ digital coax output here for hi-res audio play- back through your main music system. If playing audio when you rst switch to a digital coax input, the receiver’s front panel display will brie y show the incoming audio’s sample rate.
Be able to stream stations from around the world. First, ensure an Ethernet cable is connected to the receiver. Internet Radio can be navigated with the up and down cursor arrows; additionally, the ENTER button is used to select a category or station, while a short press of the MENU button is used as a back button. Note, that loading times depend upon individual stations as well as your internet speed.
If your receiver is connected to the internet via an Ethernet cable, and you have a DLNA Media Server, you will be able stream music to your receiver over the network. Your media playback will then be controlled by your DLNA server.
Outlaw International USB 2.0 Driver for RR2180 Integrated Receiver
The Outlaw International RR2180 Integrated Receiver can be connected to your
computer and utilized as an external soundcard. Windows based machines do
not natively support USB 2.0. As such, you will need to abide by the
following instructions in order to download, and install, the driver
required to allow your computer to interface with the RR2180.
Please note, as Mac OSX 10.6.4 and above natively supports USB 2.0, no
driver installation is necessary.
Before downloading the RR2180's driver, to enable hi-res performance between
your receiver and your Windows' based PC, we strongly recommend that you
read these instructions and then print a copy of them.
The following hardware and software is required:
• Microsoft ® Windows ® 7 or Windows 10
• USB port for connectivity to your RR2180
Before starting the download:
•With your PC ON, and your RR2180 OFF, connect your USB-A to USB-B cable
from the PC to the RR2180.
• Turn your RR2180 ON. Press the SOURCE button until your RR2180's front
panel display shows PC USB
• At this point, depending upon your operating system, you may or may not
receive a message on your computer about Windows searching for drivers. Do
not close this prematurely. Once the computer is done searching for drivers,
you may close this window.
◦ IMPORTANT NOTE: It is very important that you do not disconnect the USB
cable from your computer to the RR2180, turn off either your computer or the
Model RR2180, or interrupt this process in any way.
• If you wish to print out these instructions so that you have a hard copy,
click on the link at the bottom of this web page.
• After completing the aforementioned, click on the DOWNLOAD NOW button at
the bottom of this page.
•A file called "2180driver.exe" will start downloading. If your
computer/browser is not set to automatically open files, make sure to click
and open the "2180driver.exe" icon shown by your browser.
◦ NOTE: If running anti-virus, you may get a notification about the driver
being of an
"unknown reputation." This is not a problem.
• Once you open the executable file, you will need to read and accept the
XMOS licensing agreement. After you are finished doing so, hit NEXT
• Then, hit INSTALL
• Installation may take a few minutes. Once the installation is complete,
you will still need to select the RR2180 as your playback device.
◦ IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not disconnect the USB cable from your computer to the
RR2160 or turn off either your computer or the Model RR2180. Interrupting
this process will cause installation failure.
• Once the installation is complete, you will still need to select the
RR2180 as your playback device.
Selecting the RR2180 as your Playback Device:
• Right mouse-click on the speaker icon, located at the bottom right of your
computer screen. Select "Playback Devices"
•Under Playback, you should see the RR2180 as an option. Click on device
listed as RR2180, and then click the button labeled "Set Default." This will
route audio to the RR2180 instead of your computer speakers.
•OPTIONAL: At this point, depending upon your computer's playback software,
you may need to force the computer to output hi-resolution to ensure your
hi-res tracks are not sent out at CD quality. Right mouse-click on the
RR2180 and select "Properties"
◦This will open up a new window called "Speakers Properties." Select the tab
at the top labeled "Advanced"
◦Under "Default Format" select "24 bit, 192000 Hz (Studio Quality)." Then
click "Apply" followed by OK.
Congratulations! You have now successfully completed the driver installation
for your Model RR2180 and are now ready to enjoy hi-res audio via your