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Connection wire what is the wire called that is used to connect the subwoofer to the dvd player.and where could i purchase one of these.thank you

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sorry but that rating hurts our score , and we are just trying to help, but I guess people don't know that so they just say thanks for trying
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The television has audio out with two pins red and white. This can be connected to the input of subwoofer. and dvd player should have analogue 5.1 out put i.e six pins this can be connected to the subwoofer, but only either of can be used at a time.
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