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Wiring a goodmans ghc 50 surround sound system

How to wire the speakers to goodmans ghc 50 sound system

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SOURCE: speaker wire to coaxial cable

Yes ! all you have to do is go to radio shack and tell them you want a coaxil to RCA adapter (screw coaxial into wallplate and plug RCA end into sub and your all set!)
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