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Kenwood KRF 7775D not working with Digital Inputs

I have got Kenwood KRF 77775D. I have same problem as Raffa has.
Before 18 month my receiver stop working. I sent it to authorised service centre as recommend by the Kenwood People of UAE. After
I got it serviced & spent Rs.6500/- I come to know that it is not working
with Digital Inputs (Coaxial Cable & Optical cable. In short its DSP,
Dolby Digital, DTS & Dolby Pro Logic is not working. It is only working
with Analog input & to enjoy DVD it is working with 6 channel input.
If anybody have suggestion to solve this problem please write to
me on below mentioned e mail id.

Regards,

Ajit Gorakh, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

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    AJIT GORAKH Jan 12, 2014

    Sorry. Riffa I have still have the AMP.

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First of all my nick is Rifaa.
Secondly do you still have the amp

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  • Rifaa-ath Razei
    Rifaa-ath Razei Sep 08, 2009

    I am fed up with so called service center techs.
    The techs are not qualified enuf to service these kinda things.
    let it be kenwood or sony or philips or what ever. the management always hires wannabees for techs and gulp up customers money, the ******* lot. Maldives is no better than India when it comes to authorized service centers.
    Even here......
    I can beat em in their own game any day
    So I repaired it my self.



  • Marva Jan 31, 2013

    Hi Rifaa , i'm Tony , could you help me about the same problem whit my Kenwood FRF-X3775D , i'm just to arrive at nervous breakdown thank you so much in advance , bye.

  • Rifaa-ath Razei
    Rifaa-ath Razei Apr 28, 2013

    Sure tony. I will. But thru emails only. not here. That goes for all to thise who wants my help. Further more I am available at www.allaboutcircuits.com...! User name is R!f@@. Just PM me there for asap anwer

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