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Where do I order the antenna cords for my receive plus all the speeker wire I lost it in the moving process

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Any Hi-Fi store will be able to provide them. Amazon have a good selection of cables and wires. As with all cables and wires with hi-fi the better quality sound you want the more expensive the cables you need to get. But it's your choice. You will need to specify which cables you need, based on the connections between your hi-fi and the Receiver.

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