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Problems with kenwood kdc-mp2028

I have hooked up an amp to my current cd player and speakers in the back. How do I make the amp power on with the cd player. I have the back speakers running to the amp which then runs to the stereo. The wiring should all be right, but the stereo not reading the back speakers, it should be reading them through the amp. Unfortunately, I don't have the remote for this system any more either, so everything must be done by the face plate.
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The remote from the amp should be connected to the remote (blue wire) or power antena wire from the radio.

Posted on May 15, 2009

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