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Electech1 thnx for yur reply, but i still dont get it. my subwoofer has an input jack i connect to my PC for great sound. But this input jack/cable doesnt fit into my DVD player at the rear (i.e the co-axial digital out) end. DVD player rear end only power cable, scart socket (RGB Line TV), and co-axial digital out. Please help. thanks

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  • jason May 11, 2010

    still waiting for you to change that rating you gave me

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    I gues you don't want my help or you are just trying to make peoples ratings bad

    I will not help you now

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    before I can help you with this you must rerate the other question you asked or I can no longer help ( that rating means you don't want help anymore from me and that i'm not helping)

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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
anyway here is the photo of the rca jack again , the subwoofer input wire should be the same inside the main wire tube, a positive and a negative
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