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Old 03-30-08, 04:00 PM   #1
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Default Bought SC-PT460EG-S: Cables too short for speakers

Hello,

We bought such a home theater of Panasonic: SC-PT460EG-S (http://www.panasonic.be/servlet/PB/m...l6/index.html), but we need 6 meters to connect the rear speakers to the player, but the cables attaches to the speakers are way too short, the one end is attached to the speaker, unable to remove it, and on the other side there is a plug attached to it (in plastic, so we don't really want to remove it just yet, maybe it's gonna break and break our warranty)

Cutting the cable will reduce the quality and performance?

So if somebody has a solution?

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Old 03-31-08, 02:11 PM   #2
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OK, we need to cut the cable, but somebody knows a manual how to solder the cables together again?

We have little plastic tubes to fit around the two cables, and it the middle there is a little bit solder, so normally we need to heat this with a lighter

Somebody already done this?

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