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Missing speaker wire for Samsung HTSK5 reciever

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I agree what the comment of JUSUS,or if you can't follow up the wire from where you buy,Just buy wire number #18....



hope this may help;


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Check the nearest best buy I am sure you can fine compatible wire that will fit. Or any music store such as Sam Ash music store I am 99.9 percent sure you can find it to Sam Ash music store.

Good luck

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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