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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello surely there,s a problem in connection firs do this check your jbl even if they new with a baterry they pop up,now make sure you connect the monster wire into the outputs remember the wire is too thick make sure your getting contact in outputs...saludos
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
T-85L is a component of a hifi system not suposed to work alone. You have to connect it to another Kenwood component (an amplifier like the A85 ) through a special cable to power it on/off. The special cable can be used point to point or as daisy-chained.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
The question is, do you hear any sound? Is just the display off or is the entire unit shutdown? Can you tell?
These displays are known to develope poor solder connections at the power input and ground pins. If you can solder, open up the unit (unplugged of course) and examine the pins for the display. This will be on the PC board attached to the front panel. The pins at either end of a long line of pins will be the power and ground pins. Reasolder those pins, taking care not to short the pins together and try the unit once done. If that does not resolve the problem (assuming it is just a display problem), update this with as many details as you can about the behavior of the unit and we'll look further.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
SOURCE: Kenwood Stereo
I presume you realize none of these things produces speaker amplification. A receiver would do that and facilitate graceful and simultaneous interconnections. But it's not a necessity for selective interconnective between them, just not all at the same time.
I can't find any details on anything you named except the Tuner.
Typically, the tuner would use an RCA pair to go to a receiver AUX, TUNER or other Line Level input for source selection and amplification. Lacking a receiver, run it to the Tape Deck inputs for recording.
Ditto for the CD changer, but you'll probably have to disconnect the tuner.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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