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Replacement PC Speakers for Alien Subwoofer SP6000

I need new speakers but dont want to have to purchase an entire new system. Can someone please tell me what type of speakers and jack I can use to replace?

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The whole system is $35.00 . A matching replacement and I mean electrically matching, 4" subwoofer will be 20-200 dollars.
Gt a new system and don't play the bass so loud.

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