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I have a Boston Acustics speaker Model VR 965. At a party it fell over. The two brass termnals that the signals from the amp connect to were sheared off. These terminals are located in the back very near the floor. Right now I have nothing to connect my signal leads to. Where can I go to have these terminals replaced.

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Hi,

I think you can get them at any local hifi shop (which also does repairments) or a local electronic shop like Radio Shack.

Kind regards,
Gerard

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