Question about Sony DAV-C990 System
Anyone know where I can find replacement speaker wire for the Sony STR-KS2000. Need to replace the proprietary wires that connect the speakers to the Multi Channel receiver
Yes I can help you with that. Most Sony or Samsung Home Theater systems come with speacial speaker connectors that only Sony or the manufactures sell and they are quite expensive and are not campatible with other systems. I work for a company called Bogue Engineering Group and we manufacture our own universal speaker wire connectors. Ours are better because they are compatible with every other system and the come in many different options such as; full size 12 foot cables in either 18 gauge or 16 gauge and even 14 gauge speaker cables (Sony uses 20 or 22 gauge) and you can also order them in 6 foot lengths or any other length if needed since we do make custom lengths. Or you can order the connectors with a short 4 inch wire that allows you to hook up your own speaker cable which then can be any length or gauge you choose. The best part is that they never break unlike the Sony brand. Because the Sony brand is a locking type connector, if you accidentally pull on the wire or trip over it, you will pull the wire out of the connector and it can never be fixed. Our universal connectors have a different design so that would never happen and they are made from a very heavy duty nylon, not plastic so they won't break if you step on them or if the dog chews them. Try our website www.BogueEngineering.com or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to help you. My name is Gary and I hope the info helps.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
SOURCE: Speaker cables are too short
Just go to Radio Shack and buy some RCA jacks, the length of wire that you need and a soldering iron. Those inexpensive extension cords (12 and 15 foot) at the dollar store make good speaker wire, as copper is better. Just cut off the ends. Speaker wire from an electronics store is expensive.
If you decide to go to Radio Shack or similar store, the clerk should be able to explain everything to you, if not, run, don't walk to another store. You will eventually find someone to help you. If you don't know how to solder, just go to google and type in "how to solder". I'm sure you'll get plenty of hits.
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Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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