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Setting my remote for universal

I am trying to use my kenwood vr-407 remote to its pontential by having it operate my tv and dv d player i have downloaded the pdf it says i have to register the components? how do i do this? and how do i set it up for my multi use?

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I used to have that very reciever, and If I recall correctly, the remote that comes with it (the little blue and black one) can't control other components. Only the bigger remote (that came with the VR-4070 and VR-4090) can be programmed. I will do a little more research later to find out for sure, though (I actually still have my remote for that thing!!).

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I am connecting an amplifier to my VR-407 to accomodate more speakers I have installed throughout my home. Where do I connect the amplifier?


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http://www.retrevo.com/support/Kenwood-VR-407-Receivers-manual/id/480ag200/t/2/




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You haven't really given any details as to your connections. This would help greatly in troubleshooting I am currently using my TV and DVD trhough my VR-407 with no problems. so.....
More info please :)

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