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Kenwood Car... | Answered 2 days ago

Hi Kamran, do you have the remote control to test the operation? If the remote control works and the device does not respond, you will probably have a problem in your Onkio's function zone.
Find a specialized technical service
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Kamran, tienes el control remoto para probar el funcionamiento?, si el control remoto funciona y el aparato no responde, seguramente tendras un problema en zona de funciones de tu Onkio
Busca un servicio tecnico especializado
Saludos Franco Dosil

Kenwood Audio... | Answered 3 days ago

The best thing to do is look on Ebay or Amazon for a docking station that has connections for a stereo receiver.

Kenwood Audio... | Answered 3 days ago

1 Press the MENU key 2 times.
• The "PRIVACY" icon appears on the display and blinks.
2 Press the ? or ? key to select "On" (privacy on) or "OFF"
(privacy off).
3 Press the MENU key 2 times, or press the PTT, MON, or
CAL key to confirm the setting.

Kenwood Protalk... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019

Kenwood KPG-38D CPS Programming Software, for the TK-290 & TK-390 portable radio. Just you connect your radio with programming cable kpg-36 and read your radio and edit it and reprogram it. Also you can program as follows:
Self programming mode Hold down the [Side 1] key and the [Side 2] key, turn the radio power
ON by this way you can enter in programming mode manually.

Kenwood Cd... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019

The 80-Series supports Emergency Call (front panel & footswitch input), Encryption /ANI control, fullFleetSync® PTT ID and messaging and FleetSync, DTMF.

Kenwood... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019

kpg-159dnk is a software for tk-3402.

Kenwood Kpg-88d... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019

UHF Portable Radio, 450-520 MHz in this range you can program any froquecy if you have KPG-160d programming software.

Kenwood Radio... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019

To change the operating frequency of a channel:
1 With the transceiver power OFF, press and hold the PTT
switch and Up key while turning the transceiver power ON.

Continue to hold the Power switch, PTT switch, and Up
key until the LED indicator lights yellow and the transceiver
announces "Self".
2 Release the Power switch, PTT switch and Up key.

The transceiver announces "Channel Number".
3 Press the Up/Down key to select your desired channel, then
press the PTT switch to con? rm the selected channel.

Upon releasing the PTT switch, a beep will sound and the
transceiver announces "Table Zero".
4 Press the Up/Down key to increment/ decrement the Table
number, to select the new channel frequency.

Press and hold the Up/Down key to continuously increment/
decrement the number.

Table numbers and their corresponding operating frequencies
are provided in the tables on pages 13 and 14.

A voice announcement will inform you of the selected Table number.

Kenwood Radio... | Answered on Apr 17, 2019

Hi Tsuyoshi, what's happening with your Kenwood, is that it is protecting, check the connections and speaker connection cables, in case there are any short circuits in them, also check the speakers, testing them with another amplifier that you know works
in this way you are ruling out possible faults
If you find all cables and baffles in good condition, then you have a power supply problem or speaker outputs
If so, go to a specialized technical service

Hola Tsuyoshi, lo que esta pasando con tu Kenwood, es que se esta protegiendo, revisa las conexiones y cables de conexi?n de parlantes, por si hay alg?n cortocircuito en ellos, tambi?n revisa los bafles, probando con otro amplificador que sepas que funcione
de esta manera vas descartando posibles fallas
si encuentras todos cables y bafles en buen estado, entonces tienes un problema de fuente de alimentaci?n o salidas de parlantes, si es as? dir?gete a un servicio t?cnico especializado

Kenwood Audio... | Answered on Apr 16, 2019

Hi Fredi, if your amplifier has PLAY input and REC output, to connect a cassette recorder or other recording system, you connect the equalizer output indicated as "LINE OUT" to the PLAY input on your Amplifier and the equalizer input indicated as " LINE IN "to the REC output of your amplifier, you must select in the amplifier the key that allows you to listen to the input you used to connect the equalizer
Another way would be if your amplifier has preamplifier output, indicated as "PRE OUT" and amplifier input, indicated as "AMP IN", usually has some bridges that connect the output to the input, remove them and use two paras RCA-RCA cable sets to make the connections

Hola Fredi, si tu amplificador tiene entrada PLAY y salida REC, para conectar una cassetera u otro sistema de grabacion, conectas la salida del ecualizador indicada como"LINE OUT" a la entrada de PLAY en tu Amplificador y la entrada del ecualizador indicada como "LINE IN" a la salida de REC de tu amplificador, deberas seleccionar en el amplificador la llave que te pernita escuchar dicha entrada que has usado para interconectar el ecualizador
otra manera seria si tu amplificador cuenta con salida de preamplificador, indicada como "PRE OUT" y entrada de amplificador, indicada como "AMP IN", generalmente tiene colocados unos puentes que unen la salida con la entrada, los retiras y utilizas dos paras de juegos de cables RCA-RCA para realizar las conexiones

Kenwood Audio... | Answered on Apr 16, 2019

Hello Kamran, for what you comment, it is very likely that you have produced a false contact in the internal connections of the display, go to a specialized technical service and sure they will solve the problem

Hola Kamran, por lo que comentas, es muy factible que haya producido un falso contacto en las conexiones internas del display, acude a un servicio tecnico especializado y seguro resolveran el problema

Kenwood Audio... | Answered on Apr 16, 2019

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