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IR Repeater for VR-407

I have a VR-407 installed inside the cabinet. I bought an IR repeater and it doesn't work only with my VR-407. Any Idea what repeater I should get?

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SOURCE: IR receiver on unit not working?

Sounds to me like the issue is the rx in the unit. It can be fixed with very little work if you can locate the part. Let me take a look and see if I can locate the part number for you. Although I have to say that Kenwwod can keep a tight lip on their parts lists.

Posted on Nov 22, 2007

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SOURCE: IR Reliability--Intermittent

The Kenwood VR-510 does indeed respond to IR remotes. I now use a Logitech Harmony H659 which is IR only.
Your issue is a problem with the VR-510, actualy the whole series had a problem with cold solder joints on an assembly behind the front panel. Fix that and fix the problem. It frustrated me for 5 yrs.
Go here for the fix:
This site has the fix well documented: http://resnet.uoregon.edu/~gurney_j/kenwoodrepair/.
All is working great now!

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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SOURCE: prologic on Kenwood VR-407 not working

plug front speakers into the a side

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Kenwood VR-407. TV and Blue-ray are

Check the manual for "Volume offset" at the input mode. I'll pull the pdf on the unit, If I find it, I will send the instructions. Hope this helps

Posted on Dec 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Sub woofer output port does not seem to work on my

Is the 407 set up to drive the unknown sub. It's not just plug n play.

The manual will guide you, around page 15. Also refer to your subwoofer manual. Try retrevo.com for that one.

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Kenwood-VR-407-Receivers-manual/id/480ag200/t/2/




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plug front speakers into the a side

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Your issue is a problem with the VR-510, actualy the whole series had a problem with cold solder joints on an assembly behind the front panel. Fix that and fix the problem. It frustrated me for 5 yrs.
Go here for the fix:
This site has the fix well documented: http://resnet.uoregon.edu/~gurney_j/kenwoodrepair/.
All is working great now!

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