Need a "remote control" (as described in the Kenwood TS-820 manual). This is the cable that connects the TS-820 to a linear amp. energizing the antenna relay. Has a pin-like base connector with 2 coax connectors with RCA plugs on them. Can anyone please tell me where I can buy this cable ? Thanks
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Set-up (Programming) procedure is too much to type in here, and is not practical and it will differ brand-to-brand remote controls. If you wish to get more; check the site linked here. It has set-up code list & set-up procedure to many popular brand remote controls. Pull up older posts. http://electrohelponline.blogspot.com/ http://remotesearch.blogspot.com/
Hi, Yes it is safe to leave this connection unhooked. The system control is what the stereo uses to remote control a cassette deck,cd,turntable etc... using the amplifier separately should be o.k. I hope this helps, good luck and thanks for choosing FixYa-Prodzilla
The remote wire is supposed to be connected to the remote output on the back of the head unit that is feeding the amp. Without the remote wire hook up the amp will not turn on. Reason for this is, the Head Unit tells the AMP to turn on, without the remote connected the AMP is going to do nothing, find the remote switch wire on the back of your Head Unit and run the wire to the remote input on the AMP.
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If you run the remote from the battery you will need a on/off switch. Sounds like the amp is overheating. Also, I don't understand bridge the remote and power. They should be seperate going into the amp.
This is the official method right from the Kenwood service manual for this model.
You must use the remote to do this, there is no other way. If you do not have the remote, you will need to take it to an authorized Kenwood service center and they can do it for a nominal fee. My shop charges $25
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1. During code request mode, press the Track UP key for at least 3 seconds while holding down the AUTO key. (– – – – will disappear) 2. Enter, “KCAR” with the remote controller as described below. • Press the remote controller 5 key twice, and press the Track Up key. (Enters a “K” ) • Press the remote controller 2 key three times, and press the Track Up key. (Enters a “C” ) • Press the remote controller 2 key once, and press the Track Up key. (Enters an “A” ) • Press the remote controller 7 key twice, and press the Track Up key. (Enters an “R” ) 3. Security function is canceled and unit sets to All-Off mode. 4. Code request mode appears if a mistake was made in entering the numbers. TEST MODE
I HAVE A TRISONIC TS-RC488 AND LOST THE PAPER THAT WAS INSIDE THE REMOTE , THE INSTRUCTIONS CAN ANYONE TELL ME THE CODE FOR A SONY TV AND THE INSTRUCTIONS OF HOW TO SET UP THE UNIVERSAL TRISONIC ,,,, THANKS ,,,,, SINCERELY JOHN