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Need Help to hook up additional speakers.

I have an RCA RT2250R system. So I just purchase 2 Millenium theater systems' MTS-2605 speakers; I cannot figure out how to hook them up to the RT2250 without having to remouve the two original front speakers, also I am not sure if my new MTS speakers are compatible with the RT2250. How do I proceed? There was no user manual in the MTS-2605 boxes and their website is not helpful at all...

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You can get the manual for how to hook you unit up on the link below.

http://support.radioshack.com/support_audio/doc61/61791.pdf

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