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Old 11-12-2007   #25
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Default Re: Kenwood KRF-X9992D

Well, I currently have a RCA to headphone jack hooked into the MD/Tape inputs on the back of the receiver. I will move this and try. Also, the the selection you are talking about an actual button on the receiver? or something that will be the menu accessed from the remote control?

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Could be either but most likely something on the receiver itself. Check your setup menus and see if something is out of whack as well.

What happened between when you turned it off (working) and tried again non working)? any lightning storms?
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Default Re: Kenwood KRF-X9992D

The only change was that I hooked up my other things such as xbox and dvd player and the rca to headphone jack cable. Would taking the batteries out of my remote (the touchscreen style) and unplugging the receiver for a while maybe fix anything?

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Default Re: Kenwood KRF-X9992D

Do you have something plugged into the headphone jack? On a lot of receivers that would automatically mute your other speakers (or very low volume perhaps). I know, simple, but sometimes it is the little things. Let us know.
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Nope, nothing plugged in there either. I may try going home and unplugging everything as far as inputs. Then start over with one piece at a time and see if i get volume then.


Also, while I am at it. I might as well ask about my sub hookup. Both of my receivers have a black output jack in the back for the sub, but the sub has the red/white inputs on it for sound. I currently use a splitter that plugs into the receiver, and lets you hook up the regular RCA cable to go to the sub. Is this correct?
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Your receiver should have a single RCA preout on it for the subwoofer. Most mid-end subwoofers have a line level and speaker terminal inputs. You won't be using the speaker terminals. All you should need is a single RCA male jack to single RCA male jack - receiver to subwoofer. You might be seeing 2 rca jacks on the back of the sub, in which case you just use the one labelled L (Mono).
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