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I have a kenwood VR 60RS sound system. I have it hooked up to outside speakers, but in order to turn it up loud enough outside, it is too loud inside. Is there a solution to this problem?

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SOURCE: Intermittent, random, loud popping noises.

you should check the outline ctrl..for a mic...it could produce a noise...if you have your speakers connected to pc...check the position of the plugs and the volumen of mic put in down...

Posted on Nov 24, 2007

SOURCE: I have a Kenwood receiver

Tienes que llevarlo a un centro de reparacion ya que probablemente los circuitos de audio esten dañados.

Posted on Mar 23, 2008

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SOURCE: kenwood vr-305

Hi...

manual link here

Check the Problem pages

http://inform3.kenwoodusa.com/manuals%5CVR306.pdf

VR305 is included

the memory in the speaker setup might need to be reset

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenwood VR-6070 no sound?

you need to replace the amp i have worked on receivers for 8 years now and it is verry common for them to blow a amp but i will worn you the amp is a pricey peice

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenwood VR-60RS Receiver

Sell this receiver to someone that is not a friend of yours....$50 or best offer...take $20 cuz that's all it's worth. I had one, and it's not worth much more than the box it was shipped in.

Posted on Mar 16, 2010

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I recently purchased Kenwood AV VR-60rs from a friend and paid $150 for it. I can't find any info on the net only that it first can out in '05. did I get ripped off?


I bought the same thing from a friend of mine just today, but i spent like $20 for it, but im sure its worth more, but it has nice sound i think. There a lot of bad reviews on this system but you just got to know how to hook it up. other then that it does the job.

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Assuming you aren't turning the volume knob past half way before the problem occurs, you most likely have a damaged speaker cable or a bad driver in one of your loudspeakers. (Once your volume knob has reached about half way the amplifier is producing its maximum efficiency.)

Note the position of your volume control when the clipping occurs, then remove one speaker at a time and raise the volume. If you identify a speaker as the culprit, inspect or replace the wire running to it and try it again. If you aren't able to find a bad speaker, the problem is internal and will need to be fixed at a repair shop.

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Hi...

manual link here

Check the Problem pages

http://inform3.kenwoodusa.com/manuals%5CVR306.pdf

VR305 is included

the memory in the speaker setup might need to be reset

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Hi Brent

hhmmmm, I searched through the manual to find this info for you. It appears that the tone adjustments are initiated by the "tone" button on the REMOTE. I could not find any reference to there being a button to do same on the front of the unit. Odd, but there you go.
  1. Use the tone key(on remote) to get "tone" up on the front of the unit.
  2. Then using the multi up-down keys, turn the "tone on".
  3. Once you have got to here, use the tone key to select "bass" or " treble"
  4. Using the multi up down keys, adjust the tone controls to your liking with the multi up down keys
you can download the manual from

http://www.retrevo.com/s/Kenwood-VR-60RS-Receivers-review-manual/id/480bh239/t/1-2/

Just enter your email address and away you go. Good Luck. A "FixYa" rating would be great for my time to research this for you.

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