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I have a Cellphone with mp3 capability and I want to hook it up to my car sound system. The thing is, The CD player, which is a Kenwood KDC-319 does not have control of the volume. I can hook up but I cannot control the volume with the system. I have a Kenwood amplifier too. Help me

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Not much help that anyone can offer you; if it isn't compatible it isnt't compatible, nothing that we can offer you will help.

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Hi, the tape deck in my 2004 Ford Taurus SEL wagon is running slow, so music played sounds off. I am thinking of purchasing a tape converter for our mp3 player in the car. Will the slower speed affect...


well first off have you thought about getting a CD deck that has AUX input so you can hook up your MP3 to the deck by an AUX cable. as far as the tape player running slow i would say it needs to be cleaned by a professional because the little rubber belt may be going bad also. If you want to go to a AUX CD deck look at crutchfield.com or go to an authorized kenwood dealer in your area and look for the kenwood KDC-MP245. Going through the AUX instead of tape would sound a little bit better and if you want to go a bit better than the AUX then you should go to the KDC-HD545U. The KDC-MP245 is $99.99 before shipping and the KDC-HD545U is $169.99 before shipping. I hope I answered your question and please vote and leave high marks. Thank you very much.

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Owners Manual for Kenwood Car radio Model KDC-M4527


KDC-M4527
CD Receiver with WMA/MP3 decoder Built-in

Audio Features
- 4 x 50 watt maximum output power by MOSFET Power IC
- 1 RCA preout, 2 Volt
- Separated tone control: Bass/Mid/Treble
- Source tone memory
- Balance/Fader/Loudness control
- System Q: Sound control with pre-programmed tone curves
- Auxiliary input with optional unit (CA-C1AX or KCA-S210A)
- Attenuator (-20dB) with smooth volume return

Tuner Features
- 24 presets: 18 FM, 6 MW/LW
- K3I clean reception Tuner
- Radio Data System (RDS) with Radio text
- Auto memory entry (AME)
- Up/Down seek tuning
- Local Seek
- FM Stereo/Mono selector
- Tuning mode : Auto1/Auto2/Manual
- DAB reception with optional unit KTC-9090DAB

CD Features
- CD-R/RW compatible
- 8 times over-sampling
- 1 bit D/A converter
- S/N ratio: 105 dB
- Dynamic range: 93 dB
- Channel separation: 85 dB
- MP3 decoder with ID-3 Tag display
- MP3 decoder MPEG-1/2 Audio layer-3
- WMA decoder: windows media audio
- CD-text
- Random/Repeat/Scan Play

Changer Features
- Dual changer control capability (CH1/CH2 & AUX)
- CD-Text with compatible units
- Disc Name Preset System with compatible units
- Disc & Track repeat
- Disc & Track scan
- Disc & Magazine random play

General Features
- Removable faceplate
- Protection case for faceplate
- Disabled System Indicator (DSI)
- Mono Colour LCD display
- 14 segments x 8 characters
- White LED display backlight
- Selectable key illumination (red or green)
- 24 hours clock
- Auto Dimmer
- 2 way telephone mute
- All off select (20/40/60 min.)
- Built-in fuse/coil
- ISO A/B connector
- Remote sensor for optional remote control unit
- OEM steeringwheel remote hardwired connection
thats the most i could get go here http://kenwoodusa.com/Contact/ and have them send u one hopw that helps.

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When i hook up my ipod to my kenwood kdc mp728 i cant figure out how to play it through the radio


it should be in aux try to press source buton and see if that is an option if not an alternative is to hook it up on the back of the cd player in the audio in or aux or aux 2 using a wire adapter from walmart in the car sterio section

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I have bought a kenwood kdc-241 car stereo i have downloaded my mp3 s onto cd-r (about 60 of them)when i put it into car stereo they play but no sound comes from the system (the radio sound is working also...


Hi i have just looked up your stereo and that kenwood doesnt support mp3 playback.
Unlucky mate.
In order to play a cd like that the head unit must support mp3 playback

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