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Rca jack is broke and i was needing a nother one

Rca jack is broke and i was needing a nother one if i could get one

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You may be able to get one from radio shack or a similar electronic hobby store. However you will have to open the amplifier up and solder the new jack in.

If i am not mistaken this amplifier also has a Hi-level input and you can just use that if you have the harness for that connection, you can put rca ends on it and connect it that way.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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