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- QuestionWhat cable is needed to connect Sony subwoofer SACS9 to SONY RECEIver STRDH550 (11 Answers)Answers
I used a regular RCA cable and plugged it into the 'subwoofer' jack on my receiver. Subwoofers are mono units, so you do not need 2 wires coming from them or 2 RCA plugs plugged into your receiver. use either the red or white side.
- QuestionI bought the Insignia Receiver - NS-STR514 for a basic bluetooth receiver & Sony Core 5" 3-Way Bookshelf Speakers. Receiver does not have subwoofer output. Can I still use it? Maybe run speaker wires from receiver to sub to speakers? (4 Answers)Answers
- QuestionIs there a way to bypass the power saving switch on the sub,it will not power off unless the power savings switch is turned on. (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWhat is a good reasonably priced subwoofer to buy for a STRDN860 Sony receiver (3 Answers)Answers
any speaker through a line input cable should work. It's just about preference, but you want to match closer to what type of speakers you have. If you spent 5 grand on speakers I wouldn't get the cheap one, but if you have 500 dollar speakers would prob be worth spending under 250, should be 50% for the sub or less. Otherwise just get a soundbar and sub, cheaper and most people can't tell the difference.
- Questionwill this speaker work for my problem (4 Answers)Answers
- QuestionHi, Is this compatible with Sony4k TV- XBR75X940C & Can you use digital audio cable or has to be RCA only? Thanks (1 Answer)Answers
- Questionwhat are the dimensions of the speakers and the price $199.99 for single speaker or two (1 Answer)Answers
- QuestionIs this a powered subwoofer? (3 Answers)Answers
- QuestionCan I connect this to my phone with an aux? (2 Answers)
- QuestionOf the two rocker switch on the back of the unit, which is the standby power switch? What does reverse polarity do to the sound? (1 Answer)Answers
Hi philipt, Please check the rear panel of this subwoofer in the link below. https://docs.sony.com/release//SACS9.pdf Reverse polarity doesn't have effect to the sound. It creates a potential shock hazard, but it's usually an easy repair. Thanks, >Joffrey
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