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  1. Excellent condition power cable. It came with an amplifier I purchased a while back and I don't need it. I priced it lower than anything I can find online. $75 I prefer local pickup. (60511 Western Burbs of Chicago) Shipping can be discussed, but it's pretty heavy and shipping isn't getting any cheaper!
  2. I am looking for a power cable for my GMX subwoofer. I think mine got lost during my move. The part number is 114923. Thanks!
  3. From the album: 3.1

    RF-7's, RC-7, UMC-1, XPA-3, SUNFIRE TRUE BOB CARVER SIGNATURE 12" SUB, FURMAN 20PFI, PS3, WII, CUSTOM MADE ET CENTER, ALL CUSTOM CABLES. this is my new 3.1 set up. i moved into this new "open floor plan" home and have no way of adding any surrounds. sure, i could place one in non-optimum positions, but that won't mean i'll get a turn "surround" sound. i'll get 5-7 speakers that make noise! before the comments roll in, yes, there is a plan to "upgrade" the 42" TV to something nicer. it's been 6 months, so isn't it time to upgrade your tv? lmao! i had this TV when i moved into a very small duplex and 42" was (literally) the biggest TV that would fit. any bigger, the front door would smack the edge. i'm thinking of 60"+. i have pics on here with a smaller living room wall (7.1 set up) and a 50" TV, and that even looks a little small.
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