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Old Apr 29, 2003, 03:27 PM
bleepster bleepster is offline
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Default Universal Game Zone 5.1 Speaker System

does any one have these?

i just have one simple question. do the speakers come with factory set speaker wire lengths? or can i cut my own speaker wire to the length i need?

i ask because right now i have "logic 3" speaker system for my ps2, xbox etc.. and the speakers have cords that are only like 5' long. i dont want to have to cut & splice speaker wires. i am hoping they are like stereo speakers, you know, where you push in the button, then stick in the speaker wire, then release the button to lock the wire in.

here is a link to the speakers mentioned in the subject line above (Universal Game Zone 5.1 Speaker System)

thanks for any help you can provide

(mods - if this isnt the right spot to ask - please move this to the appropriate forum, thanks)

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