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What is a system control cable for a kenwood KR-795?

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2007-08-25 21:57:40

A system control cable is a cable attached between the Kenwood main receiver and a Kenwood component (ie. CD player, tape deck) to provide automatic operation of the component when the associated button is pressed on the receiver or its remote.

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