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I have a home theater system - Cable/TV/Stero/Phillips wireless Remote. Seems like there are a million wires/plug-ins associated with the system. Is there any way to elimiate or convert all the wires?

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It depends on what all you use and how you use your system.
if you have a mess. you can try to zip tie them together.

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