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i have an old system iam wanting to set back up, but lost the instructions.  It is in a src-780 rack, and the components are:  KM-208,KX-78CW,KT-88,KC-208,DP-M98,KD-48F,SS-78, and speakers

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Each of the manuals are available on the Internet and can be downloaded freely.

Here is an example of download location for the dual deck cassette unit:

http://www.usersmanualguide.com/kenwood/home_electronics/kx-7030

But, you should not need the manuals for hooking up the system.  Just follow the inputs and outputs as labeled on the back panel of each component.  With the receiver and amp at the center of the system each component gets their output connected to the labeled inputs on the back of the receiver. etc.  There are generic diagrams at crutchfield.com as well as other locations.  You can search/google for them..

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Audio Design Engineer; systems, loudspeakers, cd/dvd players, etc. I am knowledgeable in all high end audio equipment and installations. MAKE SURE YOU GIVE A MAKE AND MODEL NUMBER AND CAR IF IT IS AN AUTO QUESTION. Note: I am getting some who ask good questions that take a lot of time to research but then the questioner fails to read the answer. Please don't ask questions unless you are seriously looking for an answer. If you find an answer to your question otherwise then let me know with your reply. Thank you.

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