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Kenwood K-531 Instruction Manual page 9

Compact hi-fi component system
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Ensure that all the cords are securely connected. Loose or incomplete connections may result in noise
interference or no sound at all.
Other connections (commercially available accessories)
Audio cord
(commercially available)
Rear view
3.5 mm stereo mini-plug cable
(commercially available)
Microcomputer malfunctions: If the System is connected correctly and still does not operate
normally or shows display errors, reset the microcomputer. (P.45)
Refer also to the instruction manual that comes with the component connected to the System.
AUDIO IN terminal: When you are not using the component, unplug the mini-plug cable from the
main unit.
DIGITAL IN (optical) terminal: Select "PCM" for output signal setting of the connected component.
DIGITAL OUT (optical) terminal: The audio signals from an Audio CD or a CD-R/CD-RW recorded
with CD-DA format are output as digital signals. The audio signals from audio files (MP3/WMA)
recorded on a CD-R/-CD-RW, or "iPod", "USB", "BLUETOOTH", "TUNER", "AUDIO IN", "AUX" or "D-IN"
cannot be output.
AUX REC OUT terminals: The audio signals from the souce played are output as analog signals.
Subwoofer with
built-in amplifier
Analog audio input
To SUB WOOFER
PRE OUT
To AUDIO IN
Digital audio player,
etc.
Output from the
headphones
Cassette deck, etc.
Analog audio input
Audio cord
(commercially
available)
To AUX REC OUT
To AUX PLAY IN
Audio cord
(commercially
available)
Cassette deck, etc.
Analog audio output
Connection
Digital audio
component
Optical digital input
(PCM signal)
Digital optical cable
(commercially
available)
To DIGITAL OUT
To DIGITAL IN
Digital optical cable
(commercially
available)
TV or BD recorder, etc.
Optical digital output
(PCM signal)
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