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Wiring diagram for a Sony Dav s500 - Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Is Sony DAV-S500 optical input compatible with optical output from Pioneer DVD player DV-566K?

I don't think this has an Optical but a Coaxial connection. You might try a coaxial audio cable not optical.

Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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Sony are probably the most protective manufacturer of this kind of information. All manufacturers carrying a DVD logo are obliged to say "no" but will normally intentionally leak this to boost sales, particularly in non-US areas.


But try this:

1. In order for this hack to work, you will have to send an infra-red code to your player with a OneForAll remote such as the OneForAll 6 (or URC7560) or OneForAll 4 (or URC7740) or OneForAll 4 Digital, or One For All 5 Digital (or URC 7555) with the following instructions:

  • Press the DVD button
  • Hold down the Magic button until the unit performs a double LED flash
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 0 5 3 3
2. On your DVD recorder, using the official Sony remote, select the System-Menu option 3. On your DVD recorder, using the official Sony remote, select the Setup option 4. On your DVD recorder, using the official Sony remote, select the Options option 5. On your DVD recorder, using the official Sony remote, select the Command-Mode option 6. On your DVD recorder, using the official Sony remote, select the DVD1 option 7. On the official Sony remote, set the DVD1 option for the Command-Mode switch, under the sliding cover 8. Verify that both the official Sony remote control and your OneForAll remote control can power off and on your DVD player 9. Program your OneForAll remote with the following instructions:
  • Hold down the Magic button until the unit performs a double LED flash
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 9 9 4 or 0 0 9 9 4 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the Magic button once
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 1 8 9 or 0 0 1 8 9 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the 1 button once, a double LED flash should occur
10. Program your OneForAll remote with the following instructions:
  • Hold down the Magic button until the unit performs a double LED flash
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 9 9 4 or 0 0 9 9 4 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the Magic button once
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 2 5 5 or 0 0 2 5 5 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the 2 button once, a double LED flash should occur
11. Program your OneForAll remote with the following instructions:
  • Hold down the Magic button until the unit performs a double LED flash
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 9 9 4 or 0 0 9 9 4 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the Magic button once
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 0 9 5 or 0 0 0 9 5 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the 3 button once, a double LED flash should occur
12. Program your OneForAll remote with the following instructions:
  • Hold down the Magic button until the unit performs a double LED flash
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 9 9 4 or 0 0 9 9 4 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the Magic button once
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 2 2 1 or 0 0 2 2 1 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the 4 button once, a double LED flash should occur
13. Program your OneForAll remote with the following instructions:
  • Hold down the Magic button until the unit performs a double LED flash
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 9 9 4 or 0 0 9 9 4 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the Magic button once
  • Configure your remote using the setup code 0 7 9 or 0 0 0 7 9 if your remote only accepts 5 digit codes
  • Press the 5 button once, a double LED flash should occur
14. Place your DVD player into Standby mode 15. Press the buttons 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 on your OneForAll remote control, in order, one at a time 16. Your DVD player should show the words TIMER OK 17. Press the buttons 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 on your OneForAll remote control, in order, one at a time 18. Your DVD player should return itself to Standby mode 19. Remove the batteries for significant period of time to wipe the programmed codes on your OneForAll remote

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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SOURCE: COULD YOU TELL ME IF IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONNECT MY DAV-S500 SYSTEM TO A SONY BLU-RAY A BDP-S300 SO THAT I CAN USE IT FOR THE SURROUND SPEAKERS

you need to go into the settings on the bluray player and go into the audio settings and change the sound output to dts

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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SOURCE: I want to connect an external DVD player (Samsung

yes u can connect an externel dvd player to your sony dav s 500...

you have

composite video input X 1 and

analog input X 1.

so you can connect the RC output pins of externel dvd player to the input of composite video and analog left and right audio inputs to the SONY DAV S500.

ANY QUIERIES MAIL TO ME

kanny_amancha@yahoo.com

kanny-sounds.blogspot.com

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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SOURCE: can i hook up my SA-WM20 subwoofer to my sony

As long as your sony reciever has a sub out connection you should be able too. This powered sub you have has a rca sub input which should coincide with the receivers rca sub out.

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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HI HOW CAN I CHANGE THE REGION IN MY SONY DAV-S500


Try this link:http://www.videohelp.com/dvdhacks/sony-dav-s500/860
If you follow the posts in this forum you will find users of the methods listed reporting success.

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I have a Sony DAV S500 AV system and with certain DVD and with the volumn just over 20 (not really that loud), the system shuts down and PROTECT shows in the message window. I read somewhere on the web...


If the subwoofer and other speakers were included with the system, THAT is what they're designed for. Mixing and matching with other products is usually discouraged if not forbidden.

http://audio.manualsonline.com/search.html?q=Sony+DAV-S500

If the problem returns with connection of the sub it may be defective or on its way out. Internal damage to the voice coil from being overdriven could have melted or worn through the insulation and it would cause intermittent undesired electrical contact or load variation under certain conditions, like high volumes.

If your speaker level settings are unusually boosted for the sub you may be overdriving it.

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Hi,I can play a DVD disc on the system and get sound from the surround sound speakers but I can't get a picture on the tv,Sony Trinitron.The connetions are from the DAV S500:(DVD only)red and white cable...


Hi,
First try with yellow video output of DAV-S500 in yellow video TV input to get its picture. (yellow output means composite video out)
Green-Blue-Red video output is component output that will be turn on when you switch the unit into Progressive picture mode, that option would be available in Menu of DAV-S500
Hope this info will help you.
Thanks.

Nov 29, 2009 | Sony DAV-S500 System

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I want to connect an external DVD player (Samsung DVD-1080P9) to my Sony DAV-S500 system


yes u can connect an externel dvd player to your sony dav s 500...

you have

composite video input X 1 and

analog input X 1.

so you can connect the RC output pins of externel dvd player to the input of composite video and analog left and right audio inputs to the SONY DAV S500.

ANY QUIERIES MAIL TO ME

kanny_amancha@yahoo.com

kanny-sounds.blogspot.com

Jul 11, 2009 | Sony DAV-S500 System

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Can i use a scart lead


Hi,
You need Scart to RCA Cable to connect TV with DAV-S500 home theater system.
Thank you.

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COULD YOU TELL ME IF IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONNECT MY DAV-S500 SYSTEM TO A SONY BLU-RAY A BDP-S300 SO THAT I CAN USE IT FOR THE SURROUND SPEAKERS


you need to go into the settings on the bluray player and go into the audio settings and change the sound output to dts

Oct 15, 2008 | Sony DAV-S500 System

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Mar 23, 2008 | Sony DAV-S500 System

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Is Sony DAV-S500 optical input compatible with optical output from Pioneer DVD player DV-566K?


I don't think this has an Optical but a Coaxial connection. You might try a coaxial audio cable not optical.

Dec 30, 2007 | Sony DAV-S500 System

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Error with DAV-S500


Sony DAV-S500 error c-81: On the rear side of the DVD board connected to the DVDv drive is a power transistor Q002 that is shorted BASIS-EMITTER. The device is an Toshiba 2SA1213Y (PNP transistor 1$) Replace and your DVD works! good luck :) Foxi from Budapest, Hungary, Europe

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