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Re-hooking up home stereo system

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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  • Anonymous Sep 30, 2008

    I'm having the same problem. I have a 6 pieced Kenwood system similar to yours. I lost all of my manuals in the fires here in San Diego. If you find the answer email me - ibgirl005@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous Oct 25, 2008

    i have a six piece kenwood home stereo i just bought BUT I dont know how to hook the components up properly?? how do i find pictures of the back of the units so i can hook mine up the same way??

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this outdated system,but a regular rca cable will inter connect the components.as or the remote Box i am not aware of any.

GoodLuck
BIGRED

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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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?

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