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Hi I have the Brookstone acousticclear 3cd system and i wanting to connect outdoor speakers to the unit....i bought the speaker selector the wire and I have the outdoor speakers but I can't figure out how to connect the speak selector from the main unit ? I have the sub woofer on the floor and can't seem to figure out where I would connect that piece to the speaker selector ? or any other suggestions please.....raul

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As long as the wires had a clean connection on the right side,that is the proper troubleshooting with the correct answer.If you really want to try to fix it yourself or at least try here you go.I would like to know what kind of jack/hookup there is for this wire.You probably need a solder gun.63/37 is the best solder possible(but don't buy either yet).Disconnect all the wiring (obviously).Turn the player on and off to discharge the capacitors as much as possible.They may still hold a charge,but I've been "bitten" by those and it's no big deal.Unscrew the back.You may have to remove some more screws to inspect the solder on the board to the right channel jack.You may also need some small,I think they're called precision screwdrivers?I don't remember.I bought mine about 20 years ago.If there is a crack in the solder,a bad solder connection,or a break in the circuit line to the jack which is embedded in the board,that might be something.If the circuit connection embedded is broken it's can be fixed,kind of rigged,but not dangerous.You could also talk to ebay and tell them what happened if you don't want to try all this.I do not know their liability policies.Anyhow,please let me know what you end up doing.Good luck!Greg

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SOURCE: I need a connector (CD to sub-woofer) for the Brookstone Wafer thin CD player with MP3.

www.stockcable.com carries what you are looking for. It's a 9 pin mini din male/male connector cable
part number R58190A-09

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