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Kenwood 252u no audio

Have you tried hooking up a test speaker that is not installed in the vehicle to see if the outputs work correctly?

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I have a Kenwood kdc-mp342u car cd player installed in my truck. I have subs hooked up to it and everything was working fine until i had to reset my radio and when i reset it the "sub Level...

Subwoofer output: Hold the (AM-) button down for at least two seconds. You can do this function when "SWPRE" in is set to . The SWPRE (Switching Preout) Switches the preout between rear output ("R") and subwoofer output ("SW").

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Cant get the protect mode of its a kenwood kdc-mp142

you probably have a bad output ic then, and it needs to be repaired professionally.

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What is output impedance of KDC-S2009?

4ohm is what they test them at

Feb 13, 2010 | Kenwood KDC-S2009

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The screen on my KDC-MP342U just blinks with the word PROTECT

first, check your speakers and speaker wires for shorts, then disconnect power to the radio for a few seconds and reconnect it. if that doesn't work, then you probably have a bad output ic.

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My kdc 419 sound drops out? is it overheating

most likely a bad ground connection or to much output to your speakers look into a small amp for the speakers

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My kenwood flash protect after i reset it

sounds like it could be either a bad speaker, a shorted speaker wire, or a bad output ic inside the deck.

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Will the Kenwood KDC 1032 RCA outputs work with an ipod adapter similar to an aux output? If so, how?

Hi, if you are trying to get your I-pod to play through your car stereo, then you would need to have the RCA inputs, not outputs. If you connect your i-pod to the stereo outputs it won't work because both things are trying to push sound out of their outputs. If you connect the adapter to the stereo's inputs then it would work.

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hmm... can you scan tracks up and down?are you running it via extrenal amps or useing the speaker outputs from the radio?


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