- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
i am pretty sure i had a kenwood that did that before. I think you have to hold 1 and 6 for 15 seconds or so . look for a default code from the factory in your book. thats the extent of my knowledge on that
I read a blog on your site about Kenwood stereo's. I used that information to unlock my stereo security code. Albiet, I did have to figure out a bit of the code needed myself. I am again able to listen to music on my stereo.
3. Simple way to clear the security code (K type only)
1) During code request mode, press the Track UP key for at
least 3 seconds while holding down the AUTO key. (– – – –
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
This is the only way to clear the code, please give me a "fixya" if it helps
You can connect your ipod to the DDX7015. It has a set of female (if I remember correctly) A/V inputs on the back. Youll need a stereo male RCA to male 1/8" adapter from Radio Shack or Wal-Mart. It will have a set of the red/white or red/black male RCA jacks on one end and the male headphone style jack to plug into your iPod on the other. Just set the Kenwood to the correct input and your on your way. I used the input on the back to hook up one of those 5 in 1 Ms. Pac Man joysticks to the unit so my wife can play video games when we're on road trips...very nerdy, but very cool.