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You have could use a cable with 2 tulip plugs on one side and a 3,5 mm headphone plug on the other side. Plug the tulip plugs on the back of your Kenwood in AUX, tuner or Tape in, and choose thethat input on the Kenwood and plug the 3,5 mm plug in the headphone port of the MP3 player (iPod)
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hi johney, this function is an internal protection system linked to the amplifier circuit, there is either an internal fault OR a setting that must be reset by your kenwood repair agent OR there is a problem detected by your unit with the speaker wiring or the speakers directly. by yourself try resetting the unit to see what comes about, if the fauly persists then its best to refer to your kenwood repair agent. good luck. cheers.
Just plug the cord into the front of the cd player where it says "AUX" and then plug the other end of the cord into the headphone / line out jack on any ipod or mp3 player then select "AUX" instead of CD and the sound will come through the system
If the Kenwood is compatible with USB memory adapter, then you will have an USB port on the front side of the player, just aside the CD slot.
If the stereo is MP3 compatible, that does not mean that the unit is compatible with USB devices. If the Kenwood is MP3 but not USB compatible, you can play MP3 files burning them onto a CD, then playing the MP3 CD in the CD player.