Question about Kenwood VR-6050 Receiver
The bass is much too boomy for my taste. (It got much boomier after I got cable and go thru the dvd player first.) I want to lower it as much as possible. The manual says to press the TONE key to select TONE mode and then choose bass or treble for adjustment. Pressing the TONE key repeatedly only shows the OFF position and whatever input is on (like AUX or radio). I cannot get the TONE key to show TONE and ON in the window, so I can't even get to the treble/bass adjustment phase.
Is there any way I can get rid of the boomy bass?????
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
clean the all push buttons by using isoprpylalchohol.(surgical spirit)and dry well .i think all the buttons are short by itself.the problem is still there please check the power supplu secondary side smoothing condencers related to system control power section.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Is this only when using external inputs? The manual says the Tone Control will not function in Direct Mode. Try Stereo and various DSP surround modes to see if the Tone Control works.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
SOURCE: Kenwood A-97 Sound gone poor
It sounds like the amplifier is going. I remember when I accidentaly crossed wires, the amp did the same thing, then one day it shut off. It wasn't the same amp, but it doesn't matter, it sounds like the amp is on its way out. :/
If you still have the warranty, I would have them take a look.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
No, Tone controls are on the front of the unit only. If your passing video thru the unit you can go into the setup menu from the harmony and adjust all the sound parameters that way "on screen" The only "EQ" capabilities are for the Center channel only. You can adjust "speaker size". "Large" setting will give you a little lower response. "Small" will crossover the speaker at "100hz" That's about as far as tone adjustment goes on this unit. Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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