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Mismatch of stereo receiver outlet to connector wire.

The connection wire provided to connect the Shift3 Indoor/outdoor speaker transmitter to our home stereo receiver does not fit the receiver. The receiver is an eighteen year-old Sharp. Is there an adapter available?

Debbie W
Sharp receiver serial no. 10910666
Shift3 indoor/outdoor speaker CEW110

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There are adapters available at Radio Shack for connecting almost anything to anything.

Not knowing which connectors you have, I can't tell you what to get, but if you take what you can with you and explain the rest, they should be able to give you the correct adapter.

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