Question about Icom Radio Communications
Please check the backside jack for external speaker also check your internal speaker.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I just bought a KDC
Yes, the Kenwood KDC MP-235 has two (2) line level outputs (RCA types red & white). However, these outputs internally passed through an electronic crossover/filter making them appropriate for subwoofer amps only.
If your unit is an MP-235CR, then the same outputs would be for the rear amp (not subs) and are full range (unfiltered).
If indeed your unit is an MP-235 and if I may make a suggestion, still connect the Kenwood to four (4) speakers. It would not be technically correct to leave the internal amps operating with no load (speakers) connected. Additionally, you would be getting 200 watts (4 X 50) more to your system (since it is already there).
If your Bose amp & speaker are subs, then no issue, however if the Bose is for a full range of speakers, then only the woofer part would be working efficiently.
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Posted on May 15, 2008
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