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Kenwood dp-mg7 cd seperates has no power to it all other three pieces working cannot get part needed any ideas?

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SOURCE: Ive got a kenwood hi-fi

what did u mean by cd's jumping... is it physically jumping.. or is it skipping ...?
Mostly it wud be the wear and tear of the rubber inside.. rubber inside in the sense the motor's belt..

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

hardrocko
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SOURCE: I am trying to connect three Kenwood pieces:

Let me know what you want to do and I will try to help.

hardrocko

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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Kenwood how to connect


You need a stereo mini to RCA cable to connect the laptop's headphone audio jack to the Kenwood. Here is an example of one below. They are very common and available at just about any electronics store for a few bucks.

http://www.amazon.com/Gemini-PH62089-Stereo-Mini-Male-RCA-Male/dp/B0001GAOE0

The Kenwood receiver should have a number of red and white "RCA" audio connectors on the back.

Just connect the RCA portion of the cable to a spare input. They should be clearly marked on the back of the unit and color coded (red for right channel and white for left channel). But it really doesn't matter if you mix the right and left up, it will still make sound.

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Most receivers will have inputs that are labeled "CD" or "Aux" that you can connect any audio source to.

If you connect your laptop or an MP3 player to the audio input connections labeled "CD" behind the Kenwood receiver, you can listen to the device by selecting the CD as the source.

It is really easy!

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I have a VR-407 reciever and I am unable to get my CD/DVD rear outputs to work. I am hooking up a DP-3020 and I can get it to work in the Audio L/R jacks in the front. Is there something that I need to do...


A Kenwood VR-407 is a receiver and has an INPUT pair for CD/DVD, not outputs. Plug ANY functioning audio source (except a turntable) into it and select it on the front panel.

If your DP doesn't work on either I'd suspect something is wrong with IT.




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I am trying to connect three Kenwood pieces: R-42XL, GE-420, DP-520.


Let me know what you want to do and I will try to help.

hardrocko

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Ive got a kenwood hi-fi and had it for approximately 15yrs. Its a system where each part is seperate, just recently my cd's have started to jump, ive tried cleaning discs to clean the laser but they do no...


what did u mean by cd's jumping... is it physically jumping.. or is it skipping ...?
Mostly it wud be the wear and tear of the rubber inside.. rubber inside in the sense the motor's belt..

Sep 16, 2008 | Audio & Video Receivers

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I have a kenwood DP-R4450 cd player. The disc dawer will not clos completely nor will it reopen.


It's got jammed - so open her up to try and free it , but be careful -do not force it - only gentle persuasion will help. Then give it a good clean with a 'safe' solvent.

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Kenwood VR-209 Still does not work after the speakers are unplugged.


I have a VR205 with the same problem. I can make it stay on by doing this: as soon as the display lights up turn off the power and then turn it back on quickly. Do this 3 or 4 times. Mine usually stays on after this....the relays latch and all is well I suspect one of the step-start relays as I have checked everything else out and all is in order and the receiver works fine. I would love to find a shop manual for this series of receivers. Anyone know where such an animal exists?

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Kenwood DP-MH5 CD Player won't open or play CDs and display reads err 08. Think a disc may have been loaded incorrectly. How can i fix it?


CDs can be removed but you must use great caution not to break or bend mechanism components. Its better to have unit serviced by pro/tech

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Kenwood 606 receiver


disconnecting the tv from the audio connections on your amp may have created a powersurge in the audio input selector IC. Try powering down the amp at the wall completely for 5 mins and turn it on again. Check to see if operation has returned. If not then it may need an audio selector chip replaced.

This problem can be caused when connecting or disconnecting rca connectors from non earthed equipment like TV and VCRs, By the nature of this type of connector, it will spike the input line by connecting with voltages floating often over 100volts.

to avert this problem occurring, wire all the equipment up and with aerial disconnected and tv / vcr turned off at the wall socket. Turn the equipment power on at the wall last thing.

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