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How to Fade individual speakers on the Kenwood

Can someone tell me how to fade individual speakers on the Kenwood KDC1020

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Hi.

Use the audio control settings. Here an extract from manual:

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Here the full manual:KDC-4020 KDC-3020 KDC-2020 KDC-1020 KDC-1020S.

Regards.

Ginko.

Posted on Jun 07, 2010

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