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I am looking for the clips that goes onto the raw speaker wire ends that clips into the back of the receiver

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Normally the speakers and receiver just have a hole that lines up when you push on the head, and a spring pushing back makes contact on the bare wire, when you let go. But if your receiver has jacks or screw terminals instead, then you will have to get them at Radio Shack. They just crimp onto the wire with a pliers or special crimping tool.

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