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Tone adjustment Is there a tone adjustment for this unit? I can't seem to figure it out and the tone is very poor.

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If it have no tone control simply add a tone control accross the volume controll and add two capacitors on both end of the tone controll as shown in figure




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Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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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.
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  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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