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    Sony and Industry Related NewsSony sells video game interest for $150 milliondragon5312014-04-17 12:16
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    Television Misc and Newsreview--Sony KDL-70W850Bdragon5312014-04-17 00:01
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    Off-topicSpring Cleaning: Give Your System Some Spit and PolishNiteHawk12014-04-16 16:44
    First 650 characters of this postClick here for more information and get that vacuum cleaner out.
    Television TroubleshootingKDL-46XBR4 Redjehill62014-04-15 10:59
    First 650 characters of this post Unfortunately, I can\'t be of much assistance unless you have received and error code, because I am not a TV repair technician.  You might try searching the forum for similar problems using the Advanced Search option at the bottom of the Forums page.  Select Google Search at the top of the page that appears.
    Off-topicThese 9 Devices Might Be a Waste of Your MoneyNiteHawk12014-04-15 10:59
    First 650 characters of this postFor the average techie, maybe.  Click here for more information.
    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/Cablesreview--Sony HAP-S1dragon5312014-04-15 10:45
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    Television TroubleshootingSony Bravia KDL55HX800 3D LCD 7 blinking light errorjehill62014-04-14 11:35
    First 650 characters of this postWelcome to Agoraquest! Unfortunately, I am not at home now so I can\'t look up the 7 blink error code in the service manual. I will do so when I get home tonight.
    Television Misc and NewsYou Thought 4K TV Looked Real? This One Goes to 8KNiteHawk22014-04-13 00:30
    First 650 characters of this postNo more home movies in another physical format.  Can't afford another copy of "Blade Runner".  Click here for more information.
    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/CablesBest use of a TA-FA3ES and 2 x TA-N55EStheboyrob42014-04-12 16:15
    First 650 characters of this postI've been using my TAF-A3Es and TA-N55es for sometime now and I'm very happy with the setup.I feed the 55ES from the preouts on the A3ES, the 55ES is used in stereo and bi wired to my Tannoy V4i speakers.I've managed to get another TA-N55es and i'm wondering what the best setup would be to utlise all three.I've been wondering If i can use them in mono mode and use one power amp to power each speaker but i'm struggling to work this out in my head!if anyone could help with the best setup and possibly a wiring diagram that would be much appreciated!
    Amp/Receiver/Speakers/Connections/CablesReplacement input board Beemserv72014-04-12 14:41
    First 650 characters of this postGood afternoon.  I've recently posted about bridging my Sony TA N 55 ES and received some very helpful support and thank you for that.  While I'm on the subject the original TA N 55 ES I've had for a few years now has a bad input board.  Its the board with the RCA inputs on it.  The actual RCA jack has broken and I should have tried to repair the jack but just hard wired a pair of pig tails to the board instead.  I've hade to work my way back farther than I would have liked to get a decent spot to soder and its not pretty. Is there a coating on
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