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We have been given a panasonic quintrix tv with surround sound speakers and a sub woofer. What we need is the cable that plugs in to the sub woofer and then into tv - this is missing. The connection is a lot smaller than a scart lead pin socket - and cannot seem to find one. I have been told by Maplins that it will be a manufacturer part. Do you know where I can get hold of one? - if you understand this query, that is - sorry not very technical!! Thanks

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