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Can't connect speakers to subwoofer

I have two sets of speakers. The 2.1 and the 4.1. I am currently using the 2.1 "main" speaker with the 4.1 setup as I have a problem with the 4.1 main speaker. I have two subs that are basically identical, but they will only accept connections from a 6 pin mini DIN male connection. My 4.1 "main" speaker has a 8 pin DIN connection. I was wondering if there was an adapter that would connect a 8 pin DIN to a 6 pin mini DIN out there.

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SOURCE: RCA jack in back of the speaker is no longer

cut connectors from board & join cable of speaker & output wires

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