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Can a panasonic SB-WA930 Sub be linked with a special adapter to an Akai DHT300 DVD Receiver

Nothing cause the I dont even have the cord that comes with the subwoofer

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If the 930 is similar to the 310 you might want to check this video out. Best I can tell they have the same connector in the back. If you a bit handy in fabricating a wire harness to fit the pins, or maybe pick a harness up off ebay and cut off the end that does not go to the sub, you probably can get it going. There are companies that will maike up "special adapters". Generally they are expensive.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPLot7tNZ7A

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