You will need an amp/processor between the bluray player and the speakers. Sony makes some but, unfortunately, the 3ohm impedance of the speakers you have makes them generally incompatible with commonly available products. In addition, the unpowered 3ohm subwoofer is even more incompatible. These speakers were made to work with the amp in the DAV 280 and, frankly, are not really worthy of mainstream amps. My advice is to chuck the speakers along with the amp and either buy another matched HTIB system (like the Sony Dav 280) or buy a stand-alone amp and independent speakers of higher quality.Hi peeps, I have a souround sound system Sony Dav 280 5/1 that has just lost its centre speaker signal, I have taken it apart and have probs with the PCB, anyway I have also bought a Sony bdp s480 which is a blueray, now my dav280 that has now stopped is surplus as it has DVD but we now have the Blue ray anyway, my thought was well I have the speakers 5/1 so will the bdp s 480 accept the speakers and do souround sound or can I just replace the dav with an AV amp and use the bdp, this isnt my field so please accept my ignorance as I am not sure which way to go, it seems that I have the speakers and sub and am not into it enough tospends loads of money as I have the speakers and the blueray but am a tat confused, any advice for the simplist way to go forward would be much appreiated, ahh the new TV we have is a Samsung UE558000YU and would like to use sourround sound using my exisiting speakers, if I did have to buy an amp I would prefer to get Sony as I have sony speakers and bluray.:dontknow::dontknow:
Many thanks for reading my dilema!!:T:T
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