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I have a sony SAVA 500 and the speakers keep making a ticking annoying noise

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    How do i hook a center speaker to my sony sava

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It could be that the wires on the back of speaker are not fully connected or the speaker is blown and maybe try and swap some of the speakers around to see if its the speaker or the amp

Posted on May 18, 2009

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