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Worn out wires

I noticed that a lot of microphones have the wires tied with a rubber band around the mic itself. whre can wew get repalcement wires for magic sing mics?

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I found this shop on the net.
http://www.webbyshop.com/shop/pid213/enter-tech-magic-sing-rca-cable.html

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