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Replacement speakers I have one of the older surround sound systems where the power has a source and isnt connected to the subwoofer, and i was wondering if you have any replacement speakers for them. i have the sub, but all the other speakers were lost when i moved and i really liked the thing, it had pretty good bass for such a low price

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You should be able to use any of the "bookshelf" speakers to replace the Front Left/Right and Rear Left/Right. I would go ahead and get a dedicated Center speaker. I bought a Pioneer center speaker and a pair of KLH 3-way bookshelf speakers at Radio Shack at low prices. I also bought a pair of Insignia 3-way bookshelf speakers. I put this all together with a Durabrand Home Theature system (dumping the satellite speakers). There is better range and a much fuller tone with these speakers versus the originals. Even if you hadn't lost the speakers, I would recommend this as a good upgrade.
Hope that helped.
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