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Does any power cable work for Insigina speakers if the connection fits in the hole, or does it take a special cord. Mine is missing and I used another one, all I get is humming from the speakers and none of the volume or off and on controls work.

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Check to make sure the voltage is the same first! Other than that yes, it will work.

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