Installing a cd player dp-87 on a component stereo
I have a component stereo, and i bought a kenwood cd player to hook up to it today. when i hook it up, the sound only comes out of 1 side, how do i get the sound to come out of both sides? thanks, any help would be great.
Re: installing a cd player dp-87 on a component stereo
Its easy i think your chinch cables are not good try with other pair of chinches and if it not work try to change the speakers from a to b position on your amplifier if that doesnt work probably its the one chanell on your cd is not working.
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You could have named the model to make this easier.
"PHONO" is the only designated connection on an audio device that is literal and exclusive. Nothing but PHONO will work right on it and old-school turntables would require it to preamplify and frequency-correct the tiny current produced by a Phono cartridge. Look up RIAA equalization.
All other analog stereo IN's and Outs are Line Level and GENERIC, meaning anything BUT PHONO, regardless of what the silk-screened labels say. So, yes, your DVD player's analog audio should work.
The laser lens is most probably dirty.
if you can see the little glass dome inside the CD player, try wiping it gently with a cotton bud soaked in a little Vodka or Gin (spirit) to clean the lens.
If a lens clean doesn't work - its time to choose a new up to date - all singing all dancing replacement model.
Okay you are going to need 5 sets of RCA cables of 3 foot lengths. Ensure the KM-207 is adequately ventilated unless you want to burn up the KM-207. Next you will want to place the KC-207 near the KM-207 and connect the "Output to Amp" from the KC-207 to the "Input" to the KM-207. Now you may stack the KX-77CW, the DP-M97 and the KT-87 Tuner in no particular order. I tend to place them sideways so I may access them just in case I don't like how it is set up. Unless I can access them from the back. "Output" or "Play" from the DP-M207 goes into the "CD Input" in the back of the KC-207. "Output" or "Record" on the KC-207 "Tape 1" goes into the "Input or "Record" on the KX-77CW. "Output"or "Play" on the KX-77CW goes into the "Input" or "Play" on the "Tape 1" of the KC-207. "Output" on the KT-87 Tuner goes into the "Tuner Input" on the KC-207. Here is a trick to help you new stuff uses color codes such as White or Blue RCA cable ends, and Red RCA cable ends to indicate White or Blue for Left channel and Red for Right channel. Now you didn't indicate how to hookup speakers so I will not assume you are concerned about anything but using headphones for listening. I hope this has been of assistance.