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
SOURCE: KVT-729 car DVD player
The steering remote control input is for a wired remote control, or a third-party interface that allows you to adapt vehicle steering wheel controls to operate your deck. Your problem is the parking sensor wire. This is supposed to be connected to your vehicle's parking brake switch. It detects when the brake is set, and will prevent a picture from showing when it's not set. The intent is to prevent you from watching movies while the vehicle is in motion. If you can get a good look at the parking brake mechanism, you should be able to see the brake switch. Usually there's a single wire coming from the switch, which is built onto the parking brake mechanism. Connect your parking sensor wire to the wire coming from this switch.
Posted on Jul 30, 2007
SOURCE: Can't get into AUX source
Are you sure it is an AUX input? According to the Manufacturers Specs, the AUX, is an optional accessory. There is a Pre-Amp connection, which would be an output, hence causing the problem you are having. Best of Luck.
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
SOURCE: mp3 to aux input
Try putting the unit in standby via the "SRC" button FIRST..., then press the menu button and cycle through to the "AUX 1" option and activate this....then press menu button again. When the unit is next switched on, you should have an "AUX" option accessible via the "SRC" button which will cycle through all of the availale modes ....standby-tuner-cd-aux etc etc.
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
Yes i had a very similar problem.
I have the MP-235. I could not edit my clock, my subwoofer settings werent active, and I could not switch to AUX.
If you have these problems, you have to hold down the menu button (bass boost) to enter the menu. then scroll around, turn AUX on, change the clock, etc etc.
You turn demo mode off the same way. Kinda silly how they have it all set up.
Hope that helps anyone in the future. i just wasted 3 hrs with this crap!
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
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