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  • Page 2 Using Your New Kenwood Audio-Video Receiver Welcome to the Users’ Guide for your new Kenwood Audio- Video Receiver. The KRF-X9992D connects all your current audio and video components. It allows you to control them all with Kenwood’s remarkable PowerTouch touch screen remote—a graphical user interface without having to use your TV! NetFront®...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter One: Moving Around ......... 1 What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio - Video Receiver? ................... 2 What’s on PowerTouch? ............3 What’s on PowerTouch’s Screen? ..........4 How is PowerTouch Powered? ..........5 How Do I Use PowerTouch? .............
  • Page 4 Laser Disc Player ..............34 Camcorder or Additional VCR ..........35 Music Devices ................. 36 Kenwood 200-Disc CD Changer ........... 36 Displaying Disc and Track Titles ........... 38 Single or Rotary CD Player ............ 43 MD Recorder or Tape Deck ........... 46 Turntable ................
  • Page 5 How Do I Perform Several Actions at Once? ......63 Creating Macros ..............64 Using Macros ................68 Chapter Three: Troubleshooting ......70 Sound ..................72 I don’t hear any sound at all ..........72 I can’t hear sound from one or more of the speakers, or the sound is abnormally low ..........
  • Page 6 When I select a device icon, I don’t see any commands ................. 76 My PowerTouch is slow to respond—sometimes I have to press buttons or select commands several times .... 77 My PowerTouch is not responding ........77 My PowerTouch is beeping. What does that mean? .... 78 PowerTouch does not "learn"...
  • Page 7: Chapter One: Moving Around

    PowerTouch. The chapter also includes an explanation of how to navigate the convenient graphical display on your new PowerTouch. It includes the following sections: What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio - Video Receiver? page 2 What’s on PowerTouch?
  • Page 8: What's On The Front Panel Of Your Kenwood Audio-Video

    What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio-Video CLIP INDICATOR DOLBY DIGITAL VOLU ON/STANDBY POWER SPEAKERS MUTE PHONES Power On/Standby button Standby indicator light Display panel Speaker selector buttons (see page 10) Headphone jack Mute button (see page 15)
  • Page 9: Receiver

    o Receiver? MPEG INPUT SELECTOR DISPLAY MODE DOWN CD2/TAPE2 MONITOR S VIDEO V AV AUX L-AUDIO-R 11. Input selector button 12. AV AUX S VIDEO jack 13. AV AUX composite video jack 14. AV AUX audio jacks 15. CD2/Tape 2 Monitor indicator light Standby mode While the standby indicator of the unit is lit, a small amount of current is flowing into the unit’s internal circuitry to back up the memory.
  • Page 10: What's On Powertouch

    What’s on PowerTouch? What’s on PowerTouch? ENTER CONFIRM DOWN CONTRAST ON/STANDBY BACKLIGHT Joystick (see page 7) Confirm button Mute button (see page 15) Volume up/down button (see page 10) Contrast button On/Standby button Backlight button (see page 60) Quick Access menu Touch screen display 10.
  • Page 11: What's On Powertouch's Screen

    What’s on PowerTouch? What’s on PowerTouch’s Screen? PowerTouch’s LCD display screen is divided into two sections: the Quick Access Menu and the Device Control/Menu Section. Use your finger or the stylus to touch the buttons in each area. Device Quick Control/Menu Access Menu Section...
  • Page 12: How Is Powertouch Powered

    Use the Main menu to navigate through the feature menus to exactly the feature or device you want to use. Using these features, your Kenwood PowerTouch can store and display a large number of tasks, making it easier for you to access features.
  • Page 13: How Do I Use Powertouch

    How Do I Use PowerTouch? • Do not install the receiver where direct sunlight or high- frequency fluorescent lighting can shine directly into the infrared remote sensor. This can limit PowerTouch’s operating range. How Do I Use PowerTouch? Use your new PowerTouch to control your new receiver and most devices attached to it.
  • Page 14: How Do I Move Around

    How Do I Use PowerTouch? Do not block the IR transmitter on the front panel of the receiver or on PowerTouch. Even a brief blockage while it is transmitting (such as someone walking by) can cause the communication and feedback to become erratic temporarily. If this happens, press and PowerTouch will resume normal operation (you CONFIRM might need to reenter the interrupted command).
  • Page 15 2. Touch • Use the stylus to select characters from the keyboard. • Touch to access to lowercase characters. Touch it again to access special characters (such as @, !, &, etc.). Touch it a third time to return to uppercase characters. •...
  • Page 16: Chapter Two: Using Powertouch

    Chapter Two: Using PowerTouch Your new receiver comes with the easiest—and most inovative— remote you’ve ever seen. Its palm-sized illuminated screen displays clear icons and menus. Use the fingertip joystick to highlight your selection, then just press the joystick to activate. Because PowerTouch maintains two-way communication with your receiver, it shows the result of your action right on its screen.
  • Page 17: How Do I Adjust The Sound

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? How Do I Adjust the Sound? You can control and adjust a variety of sound settings using the receiver’s front panel or PowerTouch. Turning the Speakers On To turn the Front A speakers on, press SPEAKER A on the receiver’s front panel.
  • Page 18: Adjusting The Loudness (Stereo Mode Only)

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? Adjusting the Loudness (Stereo Mode Only) The Loudness control increases the bass and treble at low volume control settings. This adjusts to the way the human ear hears sound at quiet volumes, retaining music’s fullness and sparkle.
  • Page 19 How Do I Adjust the Sound? 1. Touch on the Quick Access menu to open the Sound menu: 2. Touch to open the Tone menu: 3. Touch to turn the tone settings on or off. Audio-Video Receiver KRF-X9992D...
  • Page 20: Adjusting Speaker Levels

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? 4. Touch the left ( ) or right arrow ( ) next to a tone setting (treble or bass) to adjust it. A readout ( between the arrows shows the current setting. 5. Touch to return to the previous menu or touch any Quick Access menu button to access that menu.T Adjusting Speaker Levels...
  • Page 21 How Do I Adjust the Sound? 2. Touch to open the SP Level menu: Although icons for the front speakers appear here, notice that they do not have buttons. They’re here for a visual reference; you cannot change their level. 3.
  • Page 22: Muting Sound

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? Muting Sound Use one of the following methods to temporarily mute the sound: • Press the Mute button on the receiver’s front panel. • Press on PowerTouch. MUTE A “Mute On” message appears on the LCD screen for 3 seconds, then disappears.
  • Page 23: What Are Listen Modes

    Quick Access menu button to access that menu. What are Listen Modes? You can experience true home-theater sound with your Kenwood Audio-Video Receiver. This receiver incorporates several listen modes to let you enjoy surround sound with a wide variety of program sources.
  • Page 24 How Do I Adjust the Sound? • Stereo: Stereo listen mode provides standard stereo sound to the front left and right speakers. • Dolby 3 Stereo: Use Dolby 3 Stereo for systems that do not have surround speakers. When in the Dolby 3 Stereo mode, surround information is redirected to the front left and right speakers.
  • Page 25 How Do I Adjust the Sound? Although a full set of speakers (front left and right, center, surround left and right, and a subwoofer) is required for true Dolby Digital surround sound, this receiver lets you enjoy Dolby Digital program sources, even if you connect fewer speakers.
  • Page 26 How Do I Adjust the Sound? Your receiver can detect and switch between these formats automatically. To check the Surround Play status: 1. Touch on the Quick Access menu to open the Listen Mode menu: 2. Touch . This displays the Input Sound Status screen, which shows the signal being displayed.
  • Page 27 How Do I Adjust the Sound? During Dolby Digital and MPEG playback, the program’s encoded channel configuration is shown using the L, C, R, LS, RS, S and LFE icons. 3. Touch to return to the Listen Mode menu. 4. Touch to return to the previous menu or touch any Quick Access menu button to access that menu.
  • Page 28: Switching To Analog Input

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? • If you turn off the receiver, select a different source device, or switch to the analog connections, the digital input mode is reset to “auto.” • If the incoming signal is not Dolby Digital or MPEG, the listen mode reverts to the last listen mode you selected for that input.
  • Page 29: Applying Digital Signal Processor (Dsp) Effects

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? Applying Digital Signal Processor (DSP) Effects The DSP mode creates the reverberation devices (elements of sound echoed in various spaces) which determine the feeling of presence. Since DSP uses digital processing, it can produce these effects without spoiling the sound quality of the original music or video source.
  • Page 30 How Do I Adjust the Sound? 2. Touch 3. Touch a DSP mode icon button. 4. (Optional) Touch (Parameter) to adjust the wall type and effect level to your taste. 5. Select the item to be adjusted: • Wall Type changes the quality of the simulated walls. Audio-Video Receiver KRF-X9992D...
  • Page 31: Applying Thx Technologies

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? • Effect Level adjusts the amount of DSP presence in the overall sound. Lower numbers decrease the amount of presence, higher numbers increase it. 6. Touch to return to the DSP menu. 7. Touch to return to the Listen Mode menu.
  • Page 32: What If I Want To Use Headphones

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? To set THX to on: 1. Touch on the Quick Access menu to open the Listen Mode menu: 2. Touch until “On” appears. • : The receiver is in THX standby mode. • : THX is activating. (THX will be activated auto- matically when in an effective surround mode.) 3.
  • Page 33: How Do I Operate Devices

    How Do I Operate Devices? How Do I Operate Devices? Your PowerTouch makes it easy for you to control the different devices connected to your receiver. Its easy-to-use LCD screen provides a choice of command buttons similar to those found on the devices’...
  • Page 34: Movie Devices

    How Do I Operate Devices? Movie Devices Use this menu to operate devices that provide video, such as DVD players, VCRs, etc. This menu controls the following (note which device you have connected to the jack in the space provided): to control this device...
  • Page 35 How Do I Operate Devices? To operate a standard TV: 1. Touch on the main or Quick Access menu. 2. Touch the TV icon button to which you assigned the TV. This accesses the TV controls: 3. Use this screen as your TV remote. The available buttons may vary depending on the setup code you assigned to this icon.
  • Page 36 How Do I Operate Devices? 4. Touch on Quick Access menu to return to the Movie menu. To operate satellite TV: 1. Touch on the main or Quick Access menu. 2. Press the Video icon button to which you assigned the satellite TV receiver.
  • Page 37 How Do I Operate Devices? For more information on teaching commands to PowerTouch, see “What if my device does not work with any of the codes on the list? What if I Want PowerTouch to Control Additional Functions?” on page 39 of the Connections and Setup Guide.
  • Page 38: Vcr

    How Do I Operate Devices? Touch to access any customized commands you have taught PowerTouch for this device and to access this device’s macros. Touch the command or macro name to use it. For more information on teaching commands to PowerTouch, see “What if my device does not work with any of the codes on the list? What if I Want PowerTouch to Control Additional Functions?”...
  • Page 39 How Do I Operate Devices? 3. Use this screen as your VCR remote. The available buttons may vary depending on the setup code you assigned to this icon. Touch to access any customized commands you have taught PowerTouch for this device and to access this device’s macros.
  • Page 40: Dvd Player

    How Do I Operate Devices? DVD Player 1. Touch on the main or Quick Access menu. 2. Select the icon you assigned to your DVD player. This accesses the DVD controls: 3. Use this screen as your DVD player remote. The available buttons may vary depending on the setup code you assigned to this icon.
  • Page 41: Laser Disc Player

    How Do I Operate Devices? If you are listening to a DVD AUDIO music disc in analog mode, you will need to switch the input from Digital Input to Analog Input. For more information on switching input, see “Switching to Analog Input” on page 21. Laser Disc Player To operate a laser disc player: 1.
  • Page 42: Camcorder Or Additional Vcr

    How Do I Operate Devices? For more information on teaching commands to PowerTouch, see “What if my device does not work with any of the codes on the list? What if I Want PowerTouch to Control Additional Functions?” on page 39 of the Connections and Setup Guide.
  • Page 43: Music Devices

    Kenwood 200-Disc CD Changer Kenwood 200-Disc CD Changers have many different features that make them ideal complements to your Kenwood receiver. Some changer models can store disc and track titles for all loaded discs, and then download this information to your receiver for display on PowerTouch’s screen.
  • Page 44 How Do I Operate Devices? To play CDs using PowerTouch: 1. Touch on the main or Quick Access menu. 2. Touch . This accesses the CD controls: 3. Use this screen as your CD remote. Touch to access any customized commands you have taught PowerTouch for this device and to access this device’s macros.
  • Page 45: Displaying Disc And Track Titles

    How Do I Operate Devices? Displaying Disc and Track Titles Kenwood 200-Disc CD Changers allow you to easily search for and select a particular CD or song by title from any disc you’ve loaded into the unit. PowerTouch can display these disc and track titles on its LCD display, allowing you to choose discs and songs by title in a few simple steps.
  • Page 46 How Do I Operate Devices? 4. If you haven’t already done so on the CD changer, touch . This reads all of the disc and track title information into the CD changer’s memory. 5. Set PowerTouch down so that its IR transmitter window is aiming at the receiver’s IR transmitter window.
  • Page 47 How Do I Operate Devices? 5. Select the disc you want to play and touch to open the track controls. 6. Set PowerTouch down so that its IR transmitter window is aiming at the receiver’s IR transmitter window. Touch Do not move PowerTouch while it is reading data. This process may take some time, depending on how many CDs you have loaded.
  • Page 48 How Do I Operate Devices? 5. Touch the disc or track name you want to change. See “How Do I Enter Text” on page 7 for more information on chang- ing names. 6. Press 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for each title you want to store. 8.
  • Page 49 How Do I Operate Devices? 3. Touch . This accesses the disc commands: 4. Titles of all discs in the changer are displayed in numerical order. 5. Use the up ( ) or down arrow ( ) to scroll through the discs numerically, then touch the disc title you want to play.
  • Page 50: Single Or Rotary Cd Player

    How Do I Operate Devices? 11. Touch on Quick Access menu to return to the Music menu. Single or Rotary CD Player To operate a single CD player: 1. Touch on the main or Quick Access menu. 2. Touch . This accesses the CD controls: 3.
  • Page 51 How Do I Operate Devices? For more information on teaching commands to PowerTouch, see “What if my device does not work with any of the codes on the list? What if I Want PowerTouch to Control Additional Functions?” on page 39 of the Connections and Setup Guide.
  • Page 52 How Do I Operate Devices? Touch to access any customized commands you have taught PowerTouch for this device and to access this device’s macros. Touch the command or macro name to use it. For more information on teaching commands to PowerTouch, see “What if my device does not work with any of the codes on the list? What if I Want PowerTouch to Control Additional Functions?”...
  • Page 53: Md Recorder Or Tape Deck

    How Do I Operate Devices? 4. Use this screen as your Video CD player remote. The available buttons may vary depending on the setup code you assigned to this icon. 5. Touch to return to the CD controls. 6. Touch on Quick Access menu to return to the Music menu.
  • Page 54 4. Touch on Quick Access menu to return to the Music menu. Entering Disc and Track Titles: If you have Kenwood DMF- 7020 or DMF-9020, you can also use PowerTouch to enter disc or track titles. To enter disc or track titles: 1.
  • Page 55 How Do I Operate Devices? 10. Touch on Quick Access menu to return to the Music menu. To operate a Tape Deck: 1. Touch on the main or Quick Access menu. 2. Touch . This accesses the tape deck controls: 3.
  • Page 56: Turntable

    How Do I Operate Devices? 4. Touch on Quick Access menu to return to the Music menu. See your cassette deck instruction manual for more information. Turntable To operate a turntable/record player: 1. Touch on the main or Quick Access menu. 2.
  • Page 57: Tuner

    How Do I Operate Devices? For more information on teaching commands to PowerTouch, see “What if my device does not work with any of the codes on the list? What if I Want PowerTouch to Control Additional Functions?” on page 39 of the Connections and Setup Guide.
  • Page 58 How Do I Operate Devices? • Touch to switch from Auto tuning to Manual tuning. Select Manual if you experience interference due to weak radio signals. (Stations are received in mono during manual tuning.) • Touch the left ( ) or right arrow ( ) to tune in a station.
  • Page 59 How Do I Operate Devices? • View information about a station: • the station name • any text data transmitted by the station • Automatically select stations providing RDS and FM broadcasting and store them in the preset memory (up to 40 stations can be preset).
  • Page 60 How Do I Operate Devices? 4. Touch 5. While is highlighted, select the program type you want using one of the following methods: • Select the left ( ) or right arrow ( ) to cycle through the program types until the type you want appears. The program types cycle in the order shown in the table below.
  • Page 61 How Do I Operate Devices? Program Type Name Receiver Display Travel TRAVEL Leisure LEISURE Jazz Music JAZZ Country Music COUNTRY National Music NATION M Oldies Music OLDIES Folk Music FOLK M Documentary DUCUMENT News NEWS Current Affairs AFFAIRS Information INFO Sports SPORT Education...
  • Page 62 How Do I Operate Devices? 6. Touch • If the tuner cannot find the program type you want, “NO PROGRAM” appears on the receiver display. The display returns to its original screen after several seconds. • If the tuner locates a station playing the program type you want, reception begins.
  • Page 63: How Do I Record (Edit Mode)

    How Do I Record (Edit Mode)? How Do I Record (Edit Mode)? PowerTouch provides a simple yet powerful editing procedure that lets you quickly and easily specify the source and destina- tion devices. To record: 1. Touch on the main or Quick Access menu to open the Edit menu: Audio-Video Receiver KRF-X9992D...
  • Page 64 How Do I Record (Edit Mode)? 2. Touch a source device. This will be the device you are record- ing from, like a DVD or CD player. PowerTouch displays the destinations able to record from that source: 3. Touch a destination device, then touch .
  • Page 65 How Do I Record (Edit Mode)? For more information on recording with any connected device, see the device’s instruction manual. Here are some helpful hints for recording: • If you’re recording from a digital source, select the source device, then set the listen mode to Stereo (Touch Home VCRs can only place 2 channels of sound on a tape, and this enables the receiver to “downmix”...
  • Page 66 How Do I Record (Edit Mode)? Digital to Analog Recording: Analog audio tape can only contain 2 channels of sound. Your receiver can “downmix” from Dolby Digital or MPEG 5.1- channel sound down to 2 channels. You can manually set the listen mode to enable this downmixing.
  • Page 67: How Do I Adjust Powertouch's Display

    How Do I Adjust PowerTouch’s Display? How Do I Adjust PowerTouch’s Display? How Do I See PowerTouch in the Dark? You can use your PowerTouch in the dark. When you turn on the back light, your PowerTouch screen will light up, making navigation easier if you need to operate PowerTouch in dim or nonexistent light.
  • Page 68: How Do I See Powertouch's Screen More Clearly

    How Do I Adjust PowerTouch’s Display? How Do I See PowerTouch’s Screen More Clearly? You can also adjust the contrast to suit your viewing angle. To adjust the contrast: CONTRAST 1. Press until “Contrast” message appears on the screen: 2. While this message is displayed, move the joystick up or down to increase or decrease the contrast until you are satisfied.
  • Page 69: Using Powertouch To Dim Or Brighten The Receiver's Front Panel

    How Do I Adjust PowerTouch’s Display? Using PowerTouch to Dim or Brighten the Receiver’s Front Panel 1. Touch on the main menu then touch 2. Touch until the brightness is adjusted as you want. Changing the Front Panel Display Mode 1.
  • Page 70: How Do I Perform Several Actions At Once

    How Do I Perform Several Actions at Once? How Do I Perform Several Actions at Once? PowerTouch uses sophisticated processing to make it easy for you to perform several actions at once using the Macro menu. Once you create the macros, specifying which devices should receive which commands at what interval, a single touch can lower curtains, dim lights, and turn on and start devices.
  • Page 71: Creating Macros

    How Do I Perform Several Actions at Once? Creating Macros PowerTouch provides a simple way to create macros: 1. Think about the sequence of events you want to set up. You may even want to note down which devices should turn on first and how much time you think should pass between each step.
  • Page 72 How Do I Perform Several Actions at Once? 5. Touch 6. Touch a blank space (blank macro function line). Audio-Video Receiver KRF-X9992D...
  • Page 73 How Do I Perform Several Actions at Once? 7. Touch a device, then touch an available function: PowerTouch inserts the function then returns you to the Macro Device menu. 8. Repeat step 7 to insert all the devices and functions you want to use.
  • Page 74 How Do I Perform Several Actions at Once? b. Touch c. Touch a delay time. PowerTouch inserts the delay then returns you to the Macro Function menu. d. Repeat a. through c. for other functions. 12. (Optional) To delete a function: a.
  • Page 75: Using Macros

    How Do I Perform Several Actions at Once? 14.Aim PowerTouch at the appropriate device and touch test the macro. Do not move PowerTouch or walk in front of the transmitter while it is checking the macro. 15.Touch to return to the Setup Macro menu. 16.Touch a Quick Access button to return to the Music or Movie menu.
  • Page 76 How Do I Perform Several Actions at Once? 1. Touch on the Quick Access menu to access the Macro menu. 2. Touch a macro line. If the macro you want is not displayed, use the up ( ) or down arrow ( ) to scroll through the list until you see it.
  • Page 77: Chapter Three: Troubleshooting

    Chapter Three: Troubleshooting Troubleshooting is how you determine what part of a complex system (like a home theater system) is at fault when the system isn’t working how you think it should. When you troubleshoot a system, you diagnose a problem by examining and eliminating possible causes until there’s only one left.
  • Page 78 probably have found the problem. 3. Go over all device connections slowly and methodically. Double-check the settings on your remote. Wrong or loose connections are the most likely cause of the most common home entertainment problem: no sound. Use the Connection and Setup Guide to double-check your con- nections for each device.
  • Page 79: Sound

    CD2/Tape2 monitor indicator on the receiver’s front panel will be lit). See “What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio - Video Receiver?” on page 2 of this manual. • The input mode matches the input signal (e.g., analog vs.
  • Page 80: I Can't Hear Sound From My Surround Or Center Speakers

    CD2/Tape2 monitor indicator on the receiver’s front panel will be lit). See “What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio - Video Receiver?” on page 2 of this manual. • The correct speakers have been activated. See “Turning the Speakers On”...
  • Page 81 Sound 2. Touch on the main menu then touch 3. Select 4. Touch . Every time you select the button the volume will cycle between 0dB, -3dB, -6dB and back up to 0dB. Select the level that best matches that of the other sources. Audio-Video Receiver KRF-X9992D...
  • Page 82: There Wasn't Any Sound Recorded On Tapes Made On My Vcr Or Tape Deck

    Sound 5. Touch to return to the Setup Preference menu; touch to return to the previous menu. There wasn’t any sound recorded on tapes made on my VCR or tape deck Check that: • The audio cables are connected properly for the device. •...
  • Page 83: I Hear A Hum When I Select The Phono Input

    Video/PowerTouch I hear a hum when I select the PHONO input Check that: • The audio cables are connected securely to the Phono jack set. See Chapter One of the Connections and Setup Guide. • The turntable is grounded on the receiver. See Chapter One of the Connections and Setup Guide.
  • Page 84: My Powertouch Is Slow To Respond-Sometimes I Have To Press Buttons Or Select Commands Several Times

    PowerTouch • Re-enter the setup code for the device. See Chapter Two of the Connections and Setup Guide. My PowerTouch is slow to respond—sometimes I have to press buttons or select commands several times • If PowerTouch is in sleep mode (the screen is blank), the first but-ton press “wakes it up”.
  • Page 85: My Powertouch Is Beeping. What Does That Mean

    PowerTouch My PowerTouch is beeping. What does that mean? The following table includes information about PowerTouch beeps: Number Tone Meaning high Confirms your most recent button push or touch Indicates that your most recent button push or touch could not be performed high Confirms learning or copying Indicates that learning or copying was not...
  • Page 86: Receiver/Tuner

    Receiver/Tuner Receiver/Tuner My receiver won’t turn on and the STANDBY indicator is flashing Your receiver is in the “protection” mode. Check that: • The speaker system’s impedance is not too low. See Chapter One of the Connections and Setup Guide. •...
  • Page 87: The Sound Is Distorted, And The Clip Indicator On The Receiver's Front Panel Flashes Red Continually, Or Stays Red For More Than 1 Second At A Time

    Receiver/Tuner • The volume setting (-66dB is selected by default)—see “Adjusting the Volume” on page 10 of this manual • The tuner’s receiving band (FM is selected by default)— see “Tuner” on page 50 of this manual • The tuner’s frequency (87.5MHz is selected by default)— see “Tuner”...
  • Page 88 Receiver/Tuner 2. Touch on the main menu then touch 3. Select 4. Touch . Every time you select the button the volume will cycle between 0dB, -3dB, -6dB and back up to 0dB. 5. While the source component is playing, reduce the Input Level to -3dB.
  • Page 89: I Can't Access Any Rds (Radio Data System) Functions

    Receiver/Tuner 6. Touch to return to the Setup Preferences menu; touch to reutrn to the previous menu. I can’t access any RDS (Radio Data System) functions • Confirm that the radio station is broadcasting RDS. • Make sure you use the Auto Memory function to store RDS stations in memory.
  • Page 90: When I Press A Key To Tune To A Preset Station, The Receiver Does Not Respond

    • On or Off command for audio devices may not work cor- rectly if they are not Kenwood components connected via system control cables. • On or Off command for TV monitor may not work correctly.
  • Page 91 digital to digital recording ....58 Numerics dimming receiver front panel ..62 200-Disc CD Changer Display Mode button ....... 2 introductory information ..36 display panel ........2 operating ........ 37 display screen playing CDs ......37 adjusting ......... 60 reading and storing disc titles ..
  • Page 92 laser disc player, operating ..... 34 radio stations, troubleshooting ..82 listen modes RDS (Radio Data System) defined ........16 definition ........ 51 Dolby 3 Stereo ....... 17 features ........51 Dolby Digital (AC-3) ..... 17 searching for radio stations using Dolby Pro Logic .....
  • Page 93 tape deck operating ........ 48 troubleshooting ..... 75 THX ..........24 tuner operating ........ 50 troubleshooting ..... 79 turntable operating ........ 49 troubleshooting ..... 76 operating ........ 28 troubleshooting ..... 76 using joystick to move around ..7 macros ........68 PowerTouch in the dark ..