Ok, ive reviewed the owners manual a billion times, i think the control knob on my deck might be f-ed up (pardon the french) but it makes me mad. my first problem is that it wont let me view the subwoofer output options, half the menu items are missing, my mp3 player wont work, and now it dosnt get reception either (lol got a winner) I would also like to know anything about hooking up a remote on wire to the back for my amp, like where would it go. thank you for the help
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Should be a blue wire to power the remote to the amp. Plug it into the amps remote hookup point and that should do it. The same wire that is commonly used to power ant. owners.(makes the radio ant. go up and down per the radios on/off power status)
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Manual, be warned, this is a download. It is the Owners manual from the Kenwood site. It will provide you how to set the clock, along with anything else you might need with this stereo.
It says that In Standby mode
select clock adjustment mode
push the control knob towards FM or AM
Select the CLK ADJ display
Enter Clock Adjust mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second
The clock display blinks
Adjust the hours
Push the control knob towards FM or AM
Adjust the minutes
Push the control knob towards the Forward or Backwards Arrow
Exit the Clock adjustment mode
Press the Menu Button
make sure the ipod classic has up tp date software on it. ive had this problem before and the ipod had old software on it. should work just fine unless something is wrong with the ipod classic. good luck
Hit the 'fnc' button (function) turn the control knob until you see clock adjust in the display. Press and hold the control knob until the time display blinks. To select what you want to adjust push the control knob to the right or left to select minutes hours. Push the knob up or down to make the adjustments. Exit the clock adjust function by pressing the 'fnc' button again. Here's a link to your owners manual for future problems. Have a great day and thanks for using fixya!
On page 19, Under Sound Customizing, it refers to a MODE button that if you press it repeatedly, it will cycle through a number of options. They read as Bass/Treble/SubW/BALANCE/FADER/DEFEAT/VOLUME/BASS
Then it says to make adjustments to any of the options above to turn the Rotary Encoder which is picuted on that same page just a little bit above the Customizing Sound section. It appears to be your volume control knob. Hope this helps. :D
According to the manual, in STANDBY MODE, push the control knob towards FM or AM and select CLK ADJ. Press the control knob for at least 1 second, the clock display blinks. Adjust the hours by pushing the control knob towards FM or AM, and the minutes by pushing the control knob right or left. Exit CLK ADJ mode by pressing the MENU button. Hope this helped.
Look in your owners manual and make sure you are turning the right knobs or pushing the right buttons once you have the adjustment screen for the bass/treble showing. It could be that they use different knobs/buttons than the volume control. If you are using the right controls, then you have a problem that only a shop can fix. You might reset by taking away all the power (acc and bu) for a couple minutes and then reconnect, but if that doesn't help then it time to go to the shop.
Press and hold the volume knob to get into the setup menu. Press and release the knob repeatedly until you see "Clock Adj". Push the DISP button, then turn the volume knob to adjust the hours. Push DISP again then turn the knob to adjust minutes. When you're done, press the volume knob again.
You can download an owner's manual here: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=CDXGT400®ion_id=1