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Sony sava 500 speaker system powers up but sounds cut in and out including the subwoofer.

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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

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SOURCE: Connect powered subwoofer to system with no pre-out connector?

You will require a Line level converter... usually reserved for car audio applications - but it should work in yours as well.

It converts the speaker wires to RCAs.
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SOURCE: I have a pair of SONY SAVA-500 speakers I have had

Google Sony sava 500 look at images it always shows the 4 pin connector the reason for not leaving a link is that everytime I look for that part someone else stocks the part it runs around 35 bucks shipping inc.

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I have sava 500 all of sudden I see all the three lights on the standby, play, ready how do I turn them off for the speakers to start playing....

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I have a pair of SONY SAVA-500 speakers I have had 5 years and have lost the the square 4 pin wire that connects them. 3 round and 1 square. Any input on these would be gtreatly appreciated!


Google Sony sava 500 look at images it always shows the 4 pin connector the reason for not leaving a link is that everytime I look for that part someone else stocks the part it runs around 35 bucks shipping inc.

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rear and center speakers will not play...................are you in the 5.1 channel input, or one of the others? either way, start by making sure that your center channel is set for normal mode (instead of a wide or a phantom mode) this silly setting can cause all kinds of trouble shooting nightmares especially particular to the 5.1 input setting. best reccommended to select the 5.1 input option and do a "t.test" on the system to ensure that all speakers are indeed wired and properly recieving some signal..... the rest will flow from there..... I have also noticed that in particular sound modes, the system is extremely finicky about the connections..... if you are using the 5.1 option, you need to be sure that something is plugged into the inputs on the back (regardless if they are connected to anything) the system seems to prefer when all ports are filled. hope this helps..... i realize that it has been a while since this question has been posted, but let me assure you, that some of us are still rockin those sava systems..... still by today's comparison, it is difficult to beat the sound quality and oh my the bass!!

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I need help


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

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