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I need to take the speakers further away from the unit - where do i find extension speaker cable and will it affect the sound quality? thank you.

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  • pepperring Aug 03, 2009

    thanks for your help
    the problem is that this system uses a cable that has 5 wires in the core as I think each speaker has it's own little amp.

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Won't affect the sound quality unless you use cheapo cable don't know where you live uk Richer sounds for cable or Maplin ..USA no idea Radio Shack possibly..

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I want to extend my speaker cables, how should i connect them


The ideal solution would be to swap out the entire cable for a longer one unless you have to...
It sounds like this isn't an option, so your next best choice is to get some extension speaker cable and cable crimp-on connectors or Wire cable connector blocks (see ebay URL with picture below ) from the wiring department at Radio Shack, Home Depot or your local hardware store. The crimp connectors are generally rubber shielded metal tubes that you insert the wires from the speaker and the extension speaker wire. You then squeeze the crimp-on connector with pliers to secure the wires in place.
IMPORTANT...During extension make sure the polarity (+ -) marekd with different color will continue from existing speaker cable.Otherwise you will loose the LOW NOTES -BASS

If you don't have any extra speaker wire on hand, you can pick some up at a reasonable price at Radio Shack or any hardware store. While there are many theories about what gauge speaker cable are best, you're likely starting with fairly thin wire coming from the back of the RCA home theater system, so crimping on a heavy gauge wire will do little to improve your signal quality. 18-guage speaker wire will likely do the trick in most cases. I would likely recommend a different solution if this were a component-based system with individually powered amps, but for an all-in-one system, 18-guage wire will be sufficient.
Crimp-on **** connectors come in a variety of sizes. Make sure the size you choose is appropriate for the wire you use to extend the length of your speaker cabling run. Here again, Radio Shack and the local hardware stores will sell the connectors you need for most of the common wire gauges.

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http://www.retrevo.com/support/Panasonic-SC-HT500-Home-Theater-Systems-manual/id/22986dj593/t/2/

I'd look for another base unit identical to yours (SA-HT500), say, on eBay and buy a BluRay for future compatibility with any components you might decide to upgrade to. Or just skip that part and upgrade now.

On page 6 it specifically says to use only the supplied speakers.

"Use only supplied speakers

Using other speakers can damage the unit and sound quality will be negatively affected."


I'd take that to mean you really don't want to redeploy the speakers to other electronics either. Theater in a Box is designed as a package. That proprietary cable connector is a huge clue and disincentive to attaching it to other electronics.



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I have a leaf in my subwoofer. I'm very reluctant to take it apart. Any ideas? Thanks


How on earth did a leaf get in there?
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With not all the speakers hooked up, it will definitly effect the sound. The unit is designed to channel different sounds to certain speakers. That's what makes you feel like "you are there" If you have lost the cords to the tower speakers, you can buy replacements. Go to where you bought the unit, a Radio Shack, or other store that sells home theater systems. Enjoy your system like it was designed .

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same thing with speaker cables, speaker wire should intersect power lines at 90 degrees and should not run parallel to power lines.

many people use the wires that come with their components. these cables are thin and offer very low performance a thicker higher quality cable with a gold connector will not only better maintain the quality of the signal being transferred between components but will also have better shielding to protect the cable from picking up interference from other electrical components and power lines.


Also should point out that a blown speaker sometimes produces a crackling sound, swap your left / right speakers and see if the crackling sound still comes from that speaker if it does you have a blown / damaged component.

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Just go to Radio Shack and buy some RCA jacks, the length of wire that you need and a soldering iron. Those inexpensive extension cords (12 and 15 foot) at the dollar store make good speaker wire, as copper is better. Just cut off the ends. Speaker wire from an electronics store is expensive.
If you decide to go to Radio Shack or similar store, the clerk should be able to explain everything to you, if not, run, don't walk to another store. You will eventually find someone to help you. If you don't know how to solder, just go to google and type in "how to solder". I'm sure you'll get plenty of hits.

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