I am looking for the cable that hooks each part of my home system together so that the remote will work to it.
AM/FM Stereo Turner-KT-75/KT-75L
Stereo Control Amplifer KC-105
Pre Amp also
Then the box that makes the remote control work.
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If the GPX has an headphone output you could use the a stereo headphone jack to two phono cables lead. Connect them to the "aux" socket of the amp, or another suitable - not a phono or deck - socket.
You would have to keep the volume level low on the GPX unit, but apart from that all the functions should work.
I doubt you will be able to find a digital copy, and Kenwood dropped their home audio line 2+ decades ago. I probably have a hard copy of the manual, as I was a Kenwood Factory Service Center for over 25 years, however, it is not free. If you would like more information, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
The chances are that it does so due to a faulty part. Often these protection circuits are to detect an overload in either the power supply or the main amp section. Sometimes it's due to a speaker wiring problem, cables that are not suppose to touch - touching. They sometimes reset when either the overload has gone or the wire touching has been corrected. This sounds like it might be too late, and now a semi-conductor (on the heatsink) is acting like a piece of wire! Tripping the circuit. If you get power to the unit (lights etc) then it's probably not the power supply section to blame.
I was able to use an universal remote control that I have, a Radio Shack Kameleon 6 in one remote control which I was able to program to run the audio portion of the Kenwood KC 206 control preamp. By adjust the remote sensor volume to max, I was able to get maximum volume out of the unit and drive the power section very nicely. Now I have to get up and manually turn the manual volume control for addition volume adjustment.
Hopefully Ken can find a remote that he can control the Kenwood control preamp the same way I did. Good luck here.
A home stereo system is not complete without an amplifier which drives the speakers. A preamp cannot drive a speaker. Try to read the labels at the back of the system...if it reads speaker then that is the amplifier output. Would you mind giving us what model is your system?