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Where do you get the speaker connectors and wires

This unit was a hand-me-down, which was great. Unforturnately, the speaker wires were not included. I have searched far and wide, and have failed to find this part.

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  • mikeendo Mar 08, 2009

    I found the connectors on ebay.

  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2017

    Try HT-SpeakerCables.com

  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2017

    You can find all of the hard to find speaker connectors at HT-SpeakerCables.com Forget about ebay, they always sell you the wrong size!

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As an alternative cheap solution, if you have the following available you can do as I've done.
I used an old burnt out ATX power supply 24pin motherboard connector, cut all the wires of about 10 inches and then cross sliced the connector up into 2pin connector pieces. Worked perfect, saved me $ and made some great recycling use of an otherwise useless PSU.

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

  • R0BUK Oct 24, 2010

    BRILLIANT! Thank you!
    Rob. UK

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You can buy original from here http://www.chsinteractive.co.uk/electrical-components/misc/dvrs120-cable-speaker-set-yam.htm but they are very expensive also they are available from the states (via ebay) cheaper but the shipping is really expensive (more than the cables) there is also an ebay seller selling non original universal connectors for about £15 inc shipping they look like they will fit ok ........ search ebay using this ;

6 SAMSUNG SONY 4,2mm HOME THEATER SPEAKER CONNECTORSor for original connectors try this ;
Sony Samsung Yamaha Toshiba Speaker Connectors Wires
Hope this helps ..... Tim

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Hi,
My name is Gary and I work for the Bogue Engineering Company and we sell those hard to find speaker connectors for HT systems. Please goto www.BogueEngineering.com and you will find exactly what you are looking for. Thanks, Gary

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