The CD/Radio works fine but how do i stop the "demo" constantly advertising the "detatchable face-plate, bass boost, etc when all i really want is for it to display either the time or CD track number or radio station. The demo usually starts up within a few seconds after switching on.
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Re: Demo mode Kenwood KDC-237
To turn off the demo you need to press the src button to put it in standby mode. Then press the menu button as if to change the settings and use the joystick to scroll right until you see demo, then turn it to off....
Do as above to allow you to enter AUX mode this will let you plug in your MP3 player to the input on the face and hear music through it ;)
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sounds like it.. try to find the small reset button usually on the face of the radio or sometimes behind the detatchable face. you can only push it with a pen this will reset the system and may reset the cd mechanism
on the top of your screen it will say radio dvd av1 av2 and set.
press set and then it should have another list across the top. you would then have to press audio .that should take you to the bass treble etc.
the amp requires a 12 volt power constant, and a 12 volt "on" signal. you prolly have the 12 v "on" hooked up to the car stereo's antennae remote, meaning your amp gets power when the radio is on, cuase the radio is sending a signal to the amp (thinking that it is sending a signal to the antennae to raise)
you do have one of those collapsable antennas, right?
hi, i have a kenwood kvt_725(or did have before some scallywag robbed it) i had a simular problem when ejecting discs i found that if you turn power off and removed face plate and turned ignition off it eventually ejected the disc and worked, or a simular routine with the face plate then ignition etc etc. i know it seems a lame solution sorry but hope it helps.....