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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have an old kenwood
Connect the RCA Outputs of the Tuner to the RCA inputs for Tuner on the amp.
Connect the output of the Tape Deck to the Tape Input on the amp.
Connect the input of the Tape Deck to the Tape Output on the amp.
Select Tuner on the amp to listen to the tuner.
Select tape Monitor to hear the Tape Deck(s).
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
Find the manuals or go by the basic INs to OUTs rule. REC = OUT, Play = IN. "Tuner" and "Aux/CD" are not literal. They're for anything BUT a turntable. But remember ONLY a turntable would ever use "PHONO".
This picture shows the rear of the KA-88
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Posted on Jun 28, 2011
SOURCE: No Problem Yet with Kenwood
Outs go to Ins. Turntable goes to PHONO. Tape Deck goes into Tape REC and Playback. All other inputs are Line Level and interchangeable despite the labeling. RCA cables all.
One speaker pair per speaker post set. Stripped ends of lamp cord suffice. Don't short anything or make any changes with power on.
It ain't rocket science.
You might find manuals at the manufacturer's support site, by using a common search engine or these guys...
Search Engine of your choice: "(product) manual"
Posted on Sep 15, 2011
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