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Main Speaker cables

I have this system and while this isn't a real problem for most, it is for me. The speaker cables on the main speakers are not long enough to suit me. I'd like to buy extension cables to make them longer but I don't know if it is possible since the cable end in jacks and I've been unable to find any information elsewhere. Is it possible to buy extension cables for these speakers? If so, any idea where?

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Well man i would clip the ******** with a few inches of wire attached so you can strip both ends where you cut and splice in a piece of wire it will function properly

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