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What type of cord do i need to connect my subwoofer to the aiwa XR-EM20 stero system i bought a adapter and the red and white plug ins fit in my subwoofer but the the other side that supposed to plug into the subwoofer jack on the aiwa did not fit what do i need to buy that will fit?

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The picture is unclear what size that is but they make adapters for RCA-Stereo-Cable-pair-to-single RCA (Y-adapter) or to smaller 3/16" mono or stereo jacks.

The manual in case you need it. No guidance on operating the optional sub.

http://www.docs.sony.com/release/CXLEM20.pdf

Your unnamed sub's manual should have some advice, huh?

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