Question about Sony Audio Players & Recorders
THIS AND OLDER SYSTEM
You should be able to get the length and conductor count from Digikey, as well as the Berg/Tyco type connectors. They may not match the originals, but they should work fine. Otherwise your best bet is Ebay.
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
many times this problem is the result of dust and or dirt that has collected in your control pots.ie.volume,balance etc....the solution is usually to take the amp apart to get to the pots and clean them out with tuners cleaner or some such product...a quick fix would be to rapidly move the knobs side to side or press the buttons or toggle the switches as fast as you can in hopes of clearing some of the particles from the affected area...
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Sony Amplifier
Hi above are links for manuals, these may help..
When one wires up anything it is all usually color to color output to input... usually RED & WHITE stereo audio.
Now we would start with our Tuner this the CD player, & Cassette deck, will wire into the Amp's INPUTs , red - red & white - white, these go into the Stereo INPUTs on the AMP... 1, 2 & 3 and be selected via the input selector on the AMP.
Now after all these in's and out's are wired we need to wire our speakers, this too is simple, locate the outputs on the Amp, and wire accordingly, Plus to Plus and Negative to Negative... each speaker has two wires a Plus, + & a Negative -
All will/should be clearly marked and it will be easy to do. You will need patch leads, one set each for each unit, these will be a pair of cables, usually Red & White with RCA jacks on each end, as related these go color to color from the RCA OUTPUTs Sockets, of the signal suppliers, ie: Tuner, FM stereo & Cassette deck... these ALL will wire into the Main Amplifiers INPUTS, usually at rear of unit, and clearly marked, after this is all done, then as related again now connect the Speakers, again the OUTPUT on the Amp will be clearly marked, as output and + & -, + & - (two sets), one for each channel.
Now each INPUT is selected ON the AMP, and it's output will then be directed to the speakers attached to the Amp..... Just wire and test one at a time, and i am sure you will prevail.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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