Question about Kenwood KDC-716S CD Player
If you have a DC power supply that is rated at 5 to 10 amps you will have no problem. You just connect it like you would in a car, but instead of a battery, you have a power supply for the red, yellow and black wires. The red and yellow go to the positive terminal and the black to negative. Then you connect the speakers to the speakers wires making sure that 1 speaker goes to the "white" and the "white with black stripe" wires, and that another speaker to the "grey" and the "grey with black stripe" wires, those are the front speaker outputs of a Kenwood. The Green set and the violet set are the rear speaker wires which you can just not use if you don't have 4 speakers. Just make sure that each wire is insulated from anything so they don't short out the radio. Now find an old car antenna with the wire and jack still attached and plug it into the antenna jack.
The only problem is when you turn off the power supply, you lose the preset stations and the clock settings.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2008
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