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I have a kenwood kdcmp522 and i cannot figure out how to use the auxialiry input

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The auxiliary input if you want another drive device system, like you want to play mp3 connect into auxiliary.

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I have a velodyne sub woofer needs amp power source I have a kenwood eq and a sony reciever trying to figure out how to hook it all up right


So, you don't have a powered Velodyne sub (with a built in amp?)

Without model numbers - I"ll guess that there are speaker in and out connections on the back of the sub.

You simply connect the left and right speaker wires from the receivers to the subwoofers input speaker wire connections.

Then connect your main speakers from the sub's Out (or "speaker"} connections so that the sub is in line with the speaker path.

Use the sub's crossover settings on the back till you hca a seamless blend of the sub to the speakers where it is hard to tell you have a sub other than you your music now has deeper bass.

Why do you need the Kenwood EQ? This is not a necessary piece as nobody really knows how to use it properly and it realy complicates how you use your system. Flashing lights look cool though, right?

If you really must complicate the operation of your system then connect the Tape output of your receiver to the tape input of the Kenwood EQ, Then connect the Tape output of the Kenwood EQ to the Tape input of your receiver - assuming your receiver even has tape ins and outs.

You can engage the Kenwood EQ by inserting it into the audio path when you select the appropriate Tape input as the source on your receiver.

Hope this helps.

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Can the Kenwood KR-4600 connect to an ipod?


Hi,yes you can connect Kenwood KR-4600 to an ipod.


Instruction..

You will need an coolken_9.jpgRCA cable .


Connect the RCA (red and black to the input of the Kenwood KR-4600...You have options of inputs to use..

Either input at the back of the Kenwood KR-4600,or tape A and tape B..which ever you wan to use..

After connecting the red and black RCA to Kenwood KR-4600, then connect the other jack end to the ipod, and go the front of the Kenwood KR-4600 to activate the input selection knob to the desired input being selected at the back of the Kenwood KR-4600..

And don't forget to turn on the volume of the Kenwood KR-4600 and also the iPod volume..

And after that your done..

Good luck to you..

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How do I connect my samsung tv to a kenwood av 6000 using a HMDI cable


To do that you would connect one end of a HDMI cable to one of the HDMI inputs on the TV and the other end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI OUT on the Kenwood. Of course there are other considerations to make the whole process work successfully such as making audio adjustments on the Kenwood and selecting the proper input on the TV. Also having a source (video/audio) input on the Kenwood.

Apr 01, 2011 | Televison & Video

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How do I connect my Kenwood VR-715 surround sound system, Dish Network receiver, and HD LCD TV together so the surround sound works? Can't figure out what goes in the input, the order of the connections or...


Hello,
The best way to do this is to connect you dish network receiver is directly to the tv. Try to use the best video type possible. HDMI is the best, next is component and lastly is composite. This will take care of the video portion. Next, connect digital audio output to the Kenwood Receiver. I dont know what type of a digital audio output your dish box has, but your kenwood receiver has both optical and coaxial inputs so you should be fine there. Once you have both audio and video wired, change the inputs on both your tv and kenwood receiver to the inputs you are connected to. You might need to set up the kenwood to tell it that your running digital audio to it in the setup menus. Hopefully this helps, let me know if you need any clarification.
Good Luck

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Connected DVD player to unit via s-video and optical audio, but still no sound when i choose 6-channel input, why?


you need to select the digital optical input or even easier would be to select the auto sensing efature ok good luck i would walk you through it but im sure you will figure it out ok :)

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Kenwood Kdc-mp425 will not switch to Aux. Aux cable is connected to the back of the headunit, but no aux option is available on menu for either my ipod touch or my sirius unit. I've accessed the menu from...


Apparently, this auxiliary input only works for a Kenwood CD changer or a sirius radio connection. At least that is my conclusion after finding the same problem. Let me know if you figured anything out on this.

Jun 02, 2010 | Kenwood Sirius KDC-MP425 CD Player

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Cant get bass, fuse is fine


You don't say if you've configured the Receiver to know you have a subwoofer (under Multicontrol - SUBW YES). Unless it knows about the Sub it won't send anything out that single "preout". You can get an RCA splitter to run that single output to both inputs in the Sub.

Just as an experiment, temporarily run one a pair of cables from the REC OUT to the Sub's inputs and tune an FM station to prove the Sub amplifier is alive. If it's still silent, it's dead. If there is sound (muffled) you need to go back to the Receiver to figure out why the Sub Preout is signal-starved.

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Can not get passed code for kenwood krc-807


Try disconnecting input power for an hour or so....this sometimes will send a unit into manual reset mode.

Mar 10, 2009 | Kenwood KRC-807

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Amp speaker level input pins


You could open the amp to see if the wires are labeled at the circuit board end. Other than that you would need a wire diagram or someone to give you their harness that they are not using. Should be a lot of them kicking around since most people use RCA's.

Sep 04, 2008 | Kenwood KAC-6402 Car Audio Amplifier

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Techman


it wont work all the rca inputs are on the brain just an fyi

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