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1. Speaker wire broke at connector. Where can I buy a replacement? 2. What is the preset code that will allow this Denon to be controlled by a universal remote?

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I ordered a new pair of speaker cables through a local Denon retailer from the Denon distributor in Montreal. $50 +$25 shipping + tax - 2 to 3 weeks they said. Ron

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Register and download the manual for free audio.manualsonline.com


http://audio.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/denon/avr591.html


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