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In this manual, the operating procedures are described on the left half of each page and the supplementary explanation, display information and other notes on each step are described on the right half. (Example of instructions in this manual)
Operating procedure steps (Left half)
Remote control unit to be used Step No. Graphical remote control key to be used Icon selection
Supplementary explanation (Right half)
Supplementary explanation for the remote control unit or Main unit operation(s) Supplementary explanation for the graphical remote control operation
Press ENTER key.
1 Select the DSP surround mode.
RC Select DSP.
RC/Main unit Each press switches the indication. 1 ARENA 2 JAZZ CLUB 3 STADIUM
GRC 1 Selection cursor
Sound DSP Mode
Connection of audio components (CD player, MD recorder, cassette deck, power amplifier)
Make connection as shown below. When connecting the related system components, refer also to the instruction manuals of the related components. Do not plug in the power lead until all connections are completed. Analog disc turntable (with built-in equalizer amp)
Malfunction of microcomputer
If operation is not possible or erroneous display appears even though all connections have been made properly, reset the R microcomputer referring to In case of difficulty.
Shape of AC outlet
CAUTION (For U.K.)
When using the AC outlets equipped with this unit, be sure to consult your dealer for the corresponding plug.
FM 75 GND SYSTEM CONTROL L CONNECT WITH POWER AMPLIFIER R IN IN REC PLAY REC PLAY IN REC PLAY FRONT SURROUND SUBWOOFER CD AUX TAPE 1/ MD MONITOR OUT TAPE 2 (MONITOR) LD /DVD VCR DVD 6CH.INPUT CENTER
To wall AC outlet
*2 Graphic equalizer or Cassette deck 2
REC IN REC IN PLAY OUT
MD recorder or Cassette deck 1
System control cord LINE OUTPUT
The connected components shown here are given as examples because the available models vary depending on marketing areas.
System control cord
Also connect the system control cords when the KENWOOD Audio Component System SERIES 21 is connected. *2 Do not connect system control cord to the cassette deck connected to the TAPE 2 (MONITOR) jacks. *1 Power amplifier
Be sure to adhere followings. Or proper ventilation will be blocked causing damage or fire hazard. Install the R-SE7 on the top of the system. Do not place any objects impairing heat radiation onto the top of unit. Leave a space around the unit (from the largest outside dimension including projection) equal or greater than, shown below. Top panel : 50 cm Side panel : 10 cm Back panel : 10 cm
*1 For the connection and operation procedures of the power amplifier and speakers, refer to the instruction manual of the power amplifier (M-A300 or M-A100).
Connection of video components (LD player, VCR, DVD)
Monitor TV LD player
Video OUT Video IN
FM 75 GND SYSTEM CONTROL CONNECT WITH POWER AMPLIFIER L CD AUX TAPE 1/ MD
MONITOR LD OUT /DVD TAPE 2 (MONITOR)
DVD 6CH.INPUT CENTER
R IN IN REC PLAY REC PLAY IN REC PLAY FRONT SURROUND SUBWOOFER
Video OUT Audio IN Audio CENTER OUT/ SUBWOOFER OUT Audio SURROUND OUT
Video IN Video OUT
Audio FRONT OUT
The connected components are given as examples because the available models vary depending on marketing areas.
About the system control connections
When this unit is connected to KENWOOD audio component system SERIES 21, also connect them through the system control cords to allow system-control operations between components.
Connection example AV CONTROL CENTER
The SERIES 21 components which can be system-connected with this unit include the LD player, MD recorder, and DVD player.
1. Do not connect the SERIES 21 components to other system components using system control cords. 2. Do not connect system control cords to any components other than those specified by KENWOOD. It may cause a malfunction and damage your equipment. 3. Be sure the system control plugs are inserted all the way in to the system control terminals.
About the system control operations
(Available operations when SERIES 21 components are connected through system control cords)
Use the commercially available antenna adaptor.
Controls and indicators
RDS indicators (RDS, TP, TA, EON, PTY, NEWS, INFO.) MEMORY indicator
Frequency display, input selector display, preset channel display, surround mode display
AUTO tuning mode/AUTO stereo PRO LOGIC reception indicator indicator TAPE 2 indicator STEREO indicator Delay time indicator
RDS INFO. MEMO FM NEWS EON PTY TP TA MW 2 TIMER 1 LW
dB ms kHz MHz
PRO LOGIC 3 STEREO DSP
TAPE 2 SOURCE DIRECT SLEEP
AUTO STEREO TUNED MUTE
Broadcast band indicators
DSP indicator Receiving frequency unit indicators
SLEEP TIMER indicator
TUNED indicator MUTE indicator
3 STEREO indicator
SOURCE DIRECT indicator
TIMER SET CLOCK
STEREO DSP MODE
RDS PTY TA/NEWS/INFO.
PTY SELECT TUNING
AV CONTROL CERTER KC-2 ON/STANDBY
% ^ & *
The keys which have the same names as the controls on the remote control unit provide the same functions as them.
Press to switch between ON and STANDBY.
$ TIMER MODE key
Press to switch the timer modes.
Press to switch the broadcasting band.
2 Remote sensor 3 TIMER SET key
Press to set the timer function.
% S.DIRECT key
Press to switch the Source Direct function which allows to reproduce the source with a better quality.
TUNING key (
4 CLOCK key
Press to set the clock.
5 STEREO key 6 DSP key 7 DOLBY key 8 MODE key
Press to switch various setting modes.
^ RDS DISPLAY key
Press to switch the RDS display.
Press to select the radio station to be received. These keys are also used in the clock adjustment and timer operations.
Switching the display mode (DISPLAY key)
Use the following procedure to change the display mode. Press the DISPLAY key (RC and GRC only). Select "Display" from "Main Menu 2" when using the GRC. Each press switches the indication. 1 INPUT SELECTOR display 2 DOLBY/DSP/ STEREO display 3 Time display The time display is displayed for only 5 seconds, after which the INPUT SELECTOR display appears automatically. The display of 2 is not shown during SOURCE DIRECT and 6ch INPUT operations. With the C-V301, the display does not change while the INPUT SELECTOR is set for the LD input.
Setup of the Graphical Remote Control (GRC) unit (For C-V351)
Model:GRC-151 Infrared system !@#$% ^ & * (
The Graphical Remote Control (GRC) unit provided with the AV CONTROL CENTER can also control KENWOOD cassette decks, CD player, DVD player and LD player which are connected to it through system control cords. For details of the controllable functions, refer to the instruction manuals of these components.
1 Perform Model Type Setup of the GRC before using it. The following menu screen appears immediately after the batteries have been loaded for the first time.
CD Tuner TapeA TapeB TV VCR1 VCR2
L D Tape1 VCR1 TV Cable VCR2 MD Reset
Sat. DVD Sound
Model Type Setup Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4 Model 5 Model 6
Segment screen 1 Segment screen
This area displays the fixed icons.
$ Cable TV icon
Select to control the cable TV.
2 Return icon
Select to return to the previous display.
% TV icon
Select to control the TV.
3 Main Menu icon
Select to change the input source or select Main Menu 2.
^ VCR 1 icon
Select to control VCR 1.
The displayed icons are variable depending on the Model Type Setup for matching the specifications with the AV CONTROL CENTER which uses the GRC unit and Setup for matching the specifications with connected source component.
& Satellite Tuner icon
Select to control the satellite tuner.
Menu screen ) Menu screen
This area displays the control key icons and level information.
Operation keys Joystick key
Model Type Setup Model 1 Model 4 Model 5 Model 6
Model 2 Model 3
Press the (ON/STANDBY) key of the main unit to the ON mode.
Main operation menu
Model Type Setup (GRC setup procedure)
1 Loading batteries
1 Remove the cover.
Caution in battery replacement
2 Insert batteries. 3 Close the cover. Insert four AA-size (R6/AA) batteries as indicated by the polarity marking. To maintain the memory of the settings you made before, complete the battery replacement operation within 30 seconds. The procedure on the left should also be performed when resetting the GRC (as a measure against its malfunction). However, in this case, wait for about five minutes after removing the batteries and before re-inserting them.
2 Check the display.
The Model Type Setup screen appears.
3 Select "Model 2."
Move the cursor. It can be moved in 8 directions depending on how you press the joystick key.
AV CONTROL CENTER Model
GRC Model Type Setup icon
C-V301.. Model 2 C-V351.. Model 2
The icon on which the cursor is moved blinks in reverse video.
4 Enter the selection.
Press the ENTER key.
To reset GRC setting
1 Select Set Up. 2 Press the ENTER key. 3 Select Reset. 4 Press the ENTER key.
5 Perform the setup procedure from step 2 Check the display. The above operation clears all of the previously made settings and resets the unit to the initial condition.
Setting up the GRC according to the option components (Set Up)
The following procedures prepare the GRC for operating the components connected through system control cords. Make sure that these components are connected through system control cords. 7
If you proceed to the following Set Up operations immediately after steps 1 to 4 of Model Type Setup (GRC setup procedure) on page @, start operation with step 3 Select the CD icon in the Set Up CD procedure.
L D Tape1 VCR1 TV Cable VCR2 M D Reset
Set Up CD
1 Select the Set Up icon.
Set Up Tape 1
Set Up LD
Setup of GRC according to the Setup of GRC according to the Setup of GRC according to the CD player in use cassette deck in use LD player in use
2 Press the ENTER key to enter the selection.
3 Select the CD icon.
Use the numeric keys as shown below. Entry examples:
6 Select the Set icon.
7 Enter the selection (by pressing the ENTER key).
When a code which is not shown in the setup code chart is entered, the entered code disappears automatically.
Registering setup codes of other components
The procedure of steps 1 and 2-1 to 7 of Registering setup code for VCR 1 also allows to register the components listed below to remote control them from the GRC.
Registering setup code for VCR 2 Registering setup code for TV Registering setup code for CABLE Registering setup code for SATELLITE Registering setup code for LD player (IR)
Remote control of components from the GRC (For C-V351)
Controlling the AV CONTROL CENTER
The operations required to remote control the AV CONTROL CENTER includes the INPUT SELECTOR selection, display mode selection, stereo selection and so on. The following procedures show how to remote control the basic operations of the GRC.
Main Menu 1 C D VCR
Tape1 / MD LD / DVD 6ch Input
Switching the INPUT SELECTOR (Selecting the CD input) Switching the display mode of the AV CONTROL CENTER
Selecting the stereo mode
1 Select the Main Menu icon in the fixed segment screen by operating the joystick.
1 Select the Sound icon in the fixed segment screen by operating the joystick.
Return Confirm Set Up
3 Select the CD icon with the joystick.
3 Select the Main Menu icon again.
3 Select the STEREO icon with the joystick.
Sound PRO LOGIC
3 STEREO STEREO
5 The input source is switched to CD.
5 Select the Display icon.
Main Menu 2 Tape2 Monitor
It is also possible to select the Pro Logic, 3 STEREO or Source Direct icon in step 3.
Other input than CD can be selected in step 3.
7 Each press of the ENTER key switches the display mode. It is also possible to select the Tape 2 Monitor or Sleep icon in step 5.
Remote control of components from the GRC
Controlling the components connected through system control cords
When a CD player, cassette deck and/or LD player are connected with the AV CONTROL CENTER through system control cords, their system control operations are possible from the GRC.
Source Direct playback
This feature allows you to play the source signal with a high quality by passing it only through the minimum required circuitry. RC 1 Select the playback source.
During Source Direct playback, the tone controls (BASS and TREBLE) and balance control are defeated. The Source Direct playback is canceled when any key associated with the surround play is pressed. The Source Direct playback is not possible when the 6ch INPUT is selected.
2 Select SOURCE DIRECT.
3 Playback the source.
Select the Source Direct (S.DIRECT) again.
To listen through headphones
1 Plug headphones. The speaker sound is defeated at the moment headphones are inserted into the PHONES jack. If headphones are plugged in during surround play, its mode is automatically switched to the STEREO mode. If they are plugged in during 6ch INPUT play, only the front L ch and R ch will be played. The previous status resumes at the moment headphones are unplugged. If headphones are plugged in during test tone output, the test tone output stops.
2 Adjust the volume. RC
To mute sound temporarily
Press the MUTE key again.
When recording sound with a recorder component of KENWOOD, synchro recording is possible by setting the INPUT SELECTOR to select TAPE1 or MD according to the connected component.
To record a music source
RC GRC RC/Main unit Each press switches the indication. 1 VCR 2 AUX 3 TAPE 1 / MD *TUNER (frequency display) 5 CD 6 LD / DVD *6ch INPUT GRC Select the icon of the source to be played. *1*2 The TAPE 1 display can be changed to the MD display and the LD display can be changed to the DVD display. 0 For the recording using a cassette deck or MD recorder, read the instruction manual of the cassette deck or MD recorder. Recording sound from a MD recorder onto TAPE 1 is not possible because the input selection is overlapped. Remember that varying the input level during recording causes the recording level to be varied. The EON overriding does not occur during recording. 1 Select the source to be recorded.
When recording on TAPE, for source, select anything except TAPE1. When recording on MD, for source, select anything except MD.
2 Set the recording unit (cassette deck or MD recorder) to recording mode. 3 Play the source and start recording.
Notes for using the 6ch INPUT source
When 6ch INPUT is selected as the input source, the operation is subjected to the following restrictions.
1. Neither the video or audio can be recorded. 2. The monitor function cannot be activated by pressing the TAPE 2 (MONITOR) key. 3. Surround play, its adjustment, STEREO mode play, tone adjustment and Source Direct play are not available.
Regarding TAPE 2 (MONITOR)
3 Preset radio stations by AUTO MEMORY.
Main unit Press the A.MEMO key.
MEMO AUTO MEMORY
AUTO ME MO
In a few minutes, the stations with which RDS broadcast is received are stored in order beginning from preset channels 01 (up to 40 stations can be preset). When the number of stations providing RDS broadcasting is less than 40, some of other FM stations will be preset in the vacant channels.
If stations have already been stored in preset channels, the same number of these preset channels as the number of stations are cleared and replaced with the data of the newly preset stations.
Receiving a preset RDS station
Press numeric keys in the order as described below:. (RC) To enter 15. 0, 5 To enter 20. 0, 0, ) Press numeric keys in the order as described below:. (GRC) To enter 15. 0 ENTER 5 ENTER To enter 20. 0 ENTER 0 ENTER ) ENTER If you commit a mistake in entering the digit of 10, press the 0 key several times to return to the original display and re-enter the preset number from the beginning. Press the RDS DISPLAY key to change the displayed information.
Enter the preset number (max. 40) of the desired RDS station.
The AUTO MEMORY function gives precedence to RDS stations and assigns them from preset number 1. Therefore, when it is required to preset RDS stations as well as non-RDS stations, execute the AUTO MEMORY operation first then proceed to the manual memory operation of non-RDS stations.
Order of radio station presetting
Other stations than the RDS stations can be stored in the preset memory by presetting them after the RDS stations preset by AUTO MEMORY as shown below or overwriting the RDS stations preset in some preset numbers. Preset number AUTO MEMORY RDS stations (~ FM stations)
Select the TUNER input. & Display the Tuner operation menu. &
2 Manual memory FM stations or LW or MW stations
Storing radio stations manually in preset memory
RC GRC 1 Select the receiving band. 2 Select a station or frequency. 3 Press the Memory key during receiving a station.
Apart from the auto memory function, RDS stations can also be stored manually in the preset memory. In the manual memory storage operation of radio stations, it may take a few minutes after the Memory key is pressed till the memory display starts to blink depending on the receiving condition.
Lights up (for 10 sec.) Blinks (for 10 sec.)
ENTER Proceed to step 4 within 10 sec. Memory (If more than 10 sec. have elapsed, press the ENTER Memory key again.) 4 Select one of the preset numbers from 1 to 40.
Press the numeric keys in the following order:. (RC) To store in 15. 0, 5 Press the numeric keys in the following order:. (GRC) To store in 15. 0 ENTER 5 ENTER Repeat steps 1,2,3,4 for each of the stations to be stored in memory. If a station is stored in a preset number which has already stored a station memory under it, the previous memory is replaced by the new memory content. If RDS stations are stored manually in the preset memory, the PS may not be included in the memory depending on receiving conditions.
Receiving a preset station
RC Enter the preset number (max. 40) of the desired station.
Press the numeric keys in the following order:.(RC) To recall 15. 0, 5 Press the numeric keys in the following order:.(GRC) To recall 15. 0 ENTER 5 ENTER If you make a mistake in entering the figure of 10, press the 0 key repeatedly until the original display is shown, then enter the correct number.
Preset number stored in memory
Receiving all preset stations in order (P. CALL)
The preset number decreases.
The preset number increases. The preset number decreases. The preset number increases.
Every time the key is pressed, the next station in the order of the preset number is received. When you press P.Call key,..
When you press
If the key is held pressed. Preset stations will be received successively for about half a second each.
By specifying the type of program (genre) you want to listen to, the tuner automatically searches for a station which is currently broadcasting a program of the specified type. With certain receiving conditions, it may take more than 1 minute until the search completes.
RDS PTY TA /News / Info. RDS Display
Preset RDS stations with the AUTO MEMORY function. Select the TUNER input. Set the receiving band to FM.
Searching for a desired program type (PTY search) 1 Select the PTY search mode. NEWs
RDS INFO. MEMO FM NEWS EON AM PTY TP TA MW 2 TIMER 1 LW
When an RDS broadcast is received, the program type is shown on the display. If no PTY data is available, or if the station is not an RDS station, NONE is displayed.
2 Select the desired program type.
Use program type table on the right for your convenience.
Program type table
A B 1 ( ) Program Type Name Pop Music Rock Music * M.O.R. Music Light Classic Music Serious Classic Music Other Music Weather Finance Childrens programmes Social affairs Religion Phone in Travel Leisure Jazz Music Display POP M ROCK M M.O.R. M LIGHT M CLASSICS OTHER M WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN SOCIAL A RELIGION PHONE IN TRAVEL LEISURE JAZZ COUNTRY NATION M OLDIES FOLK M DOCUMENT NEWS AFFAIRS INFO SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED
A When selecting with the up or down keys
Previous programme type
Next programme type
Select while PTY is lit.
The up or down key allows to select desired programme types from the 29 types. Press and hold the key and release it when the desired type is displayed.
Country Music National Music Oldies Music Folk Music
B When selecting with the numeric keys
Documentary News Current Affairs Information Sport Education Drama Cultures Science Varied Speech
The numeric keys allow to select the desired one of programme types 1 to 0 directly. If you want to select other programme type than them, use the TUNING key.
The DSP mode lets you add the atmosphere of an arena, jazz club, or stadium to almost any type of program source.* These modes are particularly effective when used with stereo program sources, like CD, television, and FM radio. You might enjoy trying the STADIUM or ARENA mode the next time you watch a concert or sporting event! The EFFECT level lets you adjust the presence of the sonic environment according to your preference.
* The DSP mode will produce a stereo-like surround effect from monaural sources, but there will be some reduction in the presence of the arena, jazz club, or stadium (etc.).
Recommended speaker installation
It is recommended that the surround speakers are installed straight to the left and right of the listening position or slightly behind, at a height of about 1 meter higher than the listeners ears.
What is DSP?
The DSP stands for Digital Signal Processor. In the DSP presence mode, the reverberation components (elements of sound echoed in various spaces) which determine the feeling of presence are created by digital processing by the DSP without spoiling the sound quality of the original music source.
The feeling of presence in the surround effects can be improved by performing the following adjustment procedure according to the speaker system and listening room environment in use. Once they are adjusted, re-adjustment is not necessary even after the surround mode is switched to other modes. Adjustment sequence
Balance adjustment Adjustment with test tone Delay time adjustment
Setup Sound Test Tone
Delay Time Speaker Level Input Level
Setup for surround play
1 Select the Dolby Pro Logic surround mode.
Select the surround mode according to the played source and component in use. Switching is not possible when the 6ch INPUT is used. GRC
Select an icon.
2 Adjust the balance. L- - - - - - -R
RC GRC 1 Select the Balance adjustment display.
RC/Main unit Each press switches the adjusted items as shown below. 1 BASS :Tone, Bass 2 TREBLE :Tone, Treble 3 L- - - - - - -R :Balance 4 C ch :Center speaker 5 SR ch :Surround speaker, Right 6 SL ch :Surround speaker, Left 7 SW ch :Subwoofer 8 DELAY :Delay time 9 INPUT :Input level Adjustment items 5, 6 and 8 are not required in the 3 STEREO mode. The adjusted items which can be selected with 6ch INPUT are 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, in this sequence. Those which can be selected when SOURCE DIRECT is ON are 7 and 9.
1 Input selection display 2 DOLBY/DSP/STEREO display 3 Clock display (about 5 seconds)
PRO LOG IC
8: 1 7
Two 24-hour timer systems (TIMER 1, TIMER 2) (which can be used every day) and a sleep timer system (which works only once) are available. In each of TIMER 1 and TIMER 2, the timer data including the operating period and played contents can be set and selected to be activated or not as required. Timer reservation is possible for the two types TIMER 1 and TIMER 2 at the same time.
Please make reservations with an interval of at least one minute, so that the operation times of TIMER 1 and TIMER 2 do not overlap.
Timer playback, timer recording (TIMER 1, TIMER 2)
With each of the two timer programs, a selected source can be played (or radio broadcast can be recorded) in the previously set time period.
The unit is put to STANDBY mode automatically after the specified o period has elapsed.
Timer programming 1 Make preparations for the play (recording).
To listen to radio To listen to CD/LD/MD /DVD
To listen to tape
For broadcast recordings
The station should be preset before timer programming.[ [
Insert a disc.
(Program playback is not possible.)
Insert a tape.
Make preparations for recording.
If tapes are inserted in both decks A and B, playback starts with the tape in deck B.
2 Adjust the listening volume.
The VOLUME CONTROL should be set to the desired volume while the unit is ON.
3 Set the
(ON/STANDBY) switch to STANDBY.
4 Select a TIMER No.
Main unit 1 Select the timer number.
Each press of the key switches the TIMER numbers as follows. 1 TIMER TIMER TIMER 1,OFF
2 Press immediately after selection.
The selected TIMER No. lights. If a previously programmed TIMER No. is selected, the contents will be replaced by the new contents programmed. The timer programming operation is not possible when TIMER 1,2 have already been selected.
5 Enter the ON time (Hour).
To decrease To increase the figure the figure
2 Enter it.
A M 1 ): ) )
6 Enter the On time (Minute).
After entering the figure of hour with the procedure in step 5, enter the figure of minute using the same procedure.
A M 1 ): 1 )
To decrease the figure
To increase the figure
7 Enter the OFF time (Hour).
A station which was preset cannot be received by pressing the corresponding numeric key.
The preset memory was cleared because the power cord had been unplugged for a long period of time. The TUNER input is not selected.
Donot use contact cleaning agents because they could case a malfunction. Be specifically careful against using contact cleaning agents containing oil, since they may deform the plastic components.
Remote control unit
Remote control operation is not possible.
Batteries are exhausted. The remote control unit is too far away from the main system, controlling angle is too large, or there is an obstacle in between. The audio cords and system control cords are not connected properly. The source component to be operated does not contain the tape(s) or disc. Batteries are exhausted. Batteries are removed while something is displayed.
Replace with new batteries. @) Operate the remote control unit within the controllable range. ! Connect properly referring to System con57 nection. Place the tape(s) or disc in the source component to be played. Replace with new batteries.
The GRC screen is not displayed. The GRC display is abnormal.
Remove and replace batteries after the information display has disappeared.
Memory backup function
Please note that the following items will be deleted from this units memory if the power cord is disconnected from the AC outlet for approximately three days.
The input selection is cleared and the TUNER input is selected. The volume setting is cleared and the volume is set to -65 dB. The receiving band setting is cleared and the FM band is selected. The frequency setting is cleared and 87.5 MHz is selected. The preset station memory is cleared. The voice activation setting is cleared and the activation by nonspecified person is set. The surround setting is cleared and reset to the initial condition. The clock and timer setup is cleared and the clock display shows AM 12:00 which is blinking.
Total harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 1V)... 0.01 % Signal to noise ratio (IHF66) CD.... 93 dB Input sensitivity / impedance CD... 200 mV / 47k Tone controls BASS... 8 dB (at 100 Hz) TREBLE.. 8 dB (at 10 kHz) Output level / impedance TAPE REC... 200 mV / 1 k
MW Tuner section
Tuning frequency range. 531 kHz ~ 1,602 kHz Usable sensitivity (30% mod., S/N 20 dB). 20 V / (700 V / m) Signal to noise ratio (at 30% mod. 1mV input).. 48 dB
LW Tuner section (U.K. only)
Tuning frequency range.. 153 kHz ~ 279 kHz Usable sensitivity (30% mod., S/N 20 dB)... 35 V Signal to noise ratio (at 30% mod. 1mV input).. 45 dB
VIDEO inputs / outputs (composite).. 1 Vp-p/75
Power consumption... 25 W AC outlet UN SWITCHED.. 2: (Total 100 W max) Dimensions... W:400 mm H:105 mm D:382 mm Weight (net).. 5.2 kg
FM Tuner section
Tuning frequency range.. 87.5 MHz~108 MHz Usable sensitivity (DIN) MONO.. 1.2 V (at 75 ) / 13.2 dBf (40 kHz dev., S/N 26 dB) STEREO... 35 V (at 75 ) / 42 dBf (46 kHz dev., S/N 46 dB) Signal to noise ratio (DIN weighted at 1 kHz, 40 kHz dev.) MONO.. 65 dB (65.2 dBf input) STEREO.. 60 dB (65.2 dBf input) Selectivity (DIN 300 kHz).. 64 dB Stereo separation (DIN, 1 kHz). 36 dB Frequency response.. 30 Hz~15 kHz, + 0.5 dB, 3.0 dB
1. KENWOOD follows a policy of continuous advancements in development. For this reason specifications may be changed without notice. 2. Full performance may not be exhibited in extremely cold locations (below 0 deg.C).
For your records
Record the serial number, found on the back of the unit, in the spaces designated on the warranty card, and in the space provided below. Refer to the model and serial numbers whenever you call upon your dealer for information or service on this product. Model Serial Number
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