Question about Kenwood KRC-208s Cassette Player
Hi , We bought a second hand car, which had this receiver.But the connecector which comes out of the receiver has few outputs missing. So,we want to replace this connector cable with another cable from the market.I wish to know if there is any 'code' problem problem if this is done ? I read it in some other post here.... Thanks in advance...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi check with a multimeter each speaker output, you should have 6voltsa on each connection. if any have either anything other than 6volts then there is a good chance that your power output stage is blown. some unit do have diode protection. so it may not be as bad as it seams.
as a rule you should get half the supply voltage on the speaker outputs.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
Same problem, different rig. Bought a bronco with a Kenwood KDC 516s in it, Guy had put a new optima battery in it CODE_ _ _ _ appeared and he has no clue what the "code" is. I have no "remote" and no desire to buy a "remote" for a #$%@ car stereo. Is there any way for me to re-set the code w/out the expense of a remote or a fee from a tech?? the musically challenged, Brew
P.S. The owners manual under the "accessory" section mentions the KDC x617/v-6017 remotes but fails to mention a remote for the 516s??
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
SOURCE: Ipod to Kenwood 208 S
Get a cassette to ipod hook up. They are just black cassette tapes with a cord coming out that plugs into your ipods earphone jack. They're usually around $20.00
Posted on May 03, 2009
Hi, if you are trying to get your I-pod to play through your car stereo, then you would need to have the RCA inputs, not outputs. If you connect your i-pod to the stereo outputs it won't work because both things are trying to push sound out of their outputs. If you connect the adapter to the stereo's inputs then it would work.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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