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Missing the input 1 and 2 cables

My son gave me his system without the input 1 and 2 cables. Do the jacks look like IPOD jacks or are they a single jack for each one with a joined single for the computer? Is there a model number or any idea as to where tjey could be purchased here in Edmonto, Alberta, Canada?
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My son found the missing cables.
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