Question about Kenwood KDC-X590 CD Player
Same problem as above (installed in a Chrysler Cirrus with original amp and speakers and pre-out not used); I applied solution 1 above prior to seeing this site, and still very weak, tinny sound. With tuner on, it sounds great except for maybe just a slight lack of extra bass. Hopefully new speakers will fix that problem.
I plan to reset, disconnect - connect (car battery) and reset again; and also recheck connections.
Connections must have been Okay, since balance and fader functions are normal. Will reply later.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
Go to standby hold m-log button tell menu comes on display press up on volume control tell amplifier comes on display pess left on volume control tell display says amp on. the built in amp on the stereo turns of and on to provide better sound quality to the pre-amp out puts
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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