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Cable Type needed for Advent AW-820 wireless speakers

I am unable to find the instructions on hooking up my Advent AW-820 wireless speakers and was looking for the instructions on-line to find out what the "Y" cable is that is needed to hook them up.

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If I recal correctly these hookup like computer speakers with a 1/8" stereo line with a male plug on it. What you can do is buy the "y" adapter for using the RCA outputs on most devices and use these that way, or you can use them through a headphone jack etc. The adapter is a 1/'8' or 3.5mm Stereo female plug going to (2) RCA Male jacks. usually they come pre labeled red for right and white for left.

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