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Hi I have great computer speakers from Haman Kardon #HIPSHB

Bent and broke off many of the connectors that plug into the woofer. I there a way to splice the end and replace with a new connector?

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Yes, you can splice the wire, and buy a new plug, and just connect ground to ground, and + to + of the plug, you can pick up a plug at a local radioshack

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