Question about Kenwood VR-405 Receiver
Yes you can! I have the 405 as well. Using a RCA-style cable, simply connect your powered sub to the sub pre out on the back. If its turning off when you connect it and receiver has been working fine otherwise, troubleshoot. Either the sub preout (the 405 itself), the cable or the sub must be the culprit. 1st try a different cable, they do go bad. If problem persists, test the sub with another receiver or take back to store and have them test it. After that, the only thing left in the equation is the receiver itself. I've had mine for 15 years and lets face it, we've got our money's worth. A bad receiver is the best excuse to upgrade!
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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