Question about Kenwood NV-600 CD Shelf System
I have a Kenwood hifi system NV 600 which I have had for some ten years, recently the right satelite speaker has been distorting badly, I have checked the speaker connections at the speaker and at the hifi unit and they seem to be fine, can it be repaired or can I purchase a replacement speaker or do I have to buy a pair of compatible speakers to resolve this problem ?
First switch the speakers over to make certain it is not the amp that is the problem.
If the speaker is still playing up on the other channel, then I would look around at a new set of speakers. They can be any that you like the look of as long as they have a power ratting at 40 watts or above each. The amp says it can take 6 to 16 ohm speakers. I would go for 8 ohms as they are more common.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may have a dc condition present on speaker outputs. this could be caused by dry solder joints, suggest blanket resolder of the output stages for front channels.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
Yes it can be,always remember that the out of mp3 player is going to IN to your Kenwood NV-500...
Just click and choose whatever connection you want;
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Hope this may help;
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Posted on Aug 21, 2008
SOURCE: no connecting wires..????
They seem to have special leads to connect them together pretty expensive ....
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
I bought a Kenwood KVT-815dvd player and got everything hooked up to only find out that it had a security code. The problem now is that I got it from a pawn store and they did not even know that it had a security code on it. So is their a way I can bypass they password or just reset the whole unit so that it does not have one. Also, where is the memory for this unit?
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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