Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I need to re-hook up stereo system. It includes a Kenwood Amp. #KA-71, a Kenwood Tuner #KT-51, a Kenwood Turntable #KD-41, a Kenwood Tape Deck #KX-41, a Kenwood Reverb Amp #90IIB and Kenwood Speakers. Also it has a Sentrek Equalizer #SHQ 4210B. It all worked perfectly until I had to disconnect and move it. I got no help from and email to Kenwood. I am hoping you can help, at least with some pointers.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kenwood amplifier
A home stereo system is not complete without an amplifier which drives the speakers. A preamp cannot drive a speaker. Try to read the labels at the back of the system...if it reads speaker then that is the amplifier output. Would you mind giving us what model is your system?
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
SOURCE: HELP NEEDED I am having trouble
In the first part use the following leads
1. Keep the Power amp as the base and connect to the Cd input the CD player, the tuner to the tuner input, the cassette deck - play output to the tape in ( amp) and Rec out of tape to the tape out(amp).
connect all the RCA sockets with the R&L in the same side of the input/output.
Now the graphic equaliser input must be connected to the Amplifier's preamp output and the equaliser's output must be connected to the Amplifier's preamp input.
Now the equaliser will work through the amp.
The left and right speakers can be connected accordingly with the polarity in order.
The second system can be connected similarily with the cassette deck, tuner and cd player connected to the input of the Amplifier using the R&L RCA sockets.
Connect the speakers accordingly and test.
Please connect each RCA cord one by one and do not mix them up.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
SOURCE: I have an old kenwood
Connect the RCA Outputs of the Tuner to the RCA inputs for Tuner on the amp.
Connect the output of the Tape Deck to the Tape Input on the amp.
Connect the input of the Tape Deck to the Tape Output on the amp.
Select Tuner on the amp to listen to the tuner.
Select tape Monitor to hear the Tape Deck(s).
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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