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ACUSTIC RESEARCH gold cable end came off my cable and exposed the wires . is it under warentee ? STEVE LIMANEK ACS340TX@AOL.COM

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Hi,
You'll have to check the length of the warranty on the card, and compare that against the receipt from when you bought the cables. If you don't have the receipt, they may or may not honor a warranty claim.

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