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Kenwood Home Stereo System

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.

What's the name of this cable that I need?

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    larry jensen Oct 18, 2013

    1/8 in mono mini plug connector on both ends

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This outdated system,but a regular rca cable will inter connect the components.as or the remote Box i am not aware of any.

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My kenwood amp is no working, whem a turn on i heard a litlle noise
tick, , and i turn off e turn on again and i just hear tick again, what should i do?

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y resistencias y el transcistor

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