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Hi. I have a SB-WA840 Sub hoover box with speaker set. Do u have a wiring diagram to connect RCA plugs for stereo to the input connector at the back as it also supplies power to the DVD player. I only want to connect RCA's for stereo sound through all the speakers and sub Can u please help me ?

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    I'm also looking for the plug that gives RCA out put.

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