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    Jul 9, 2021, 07:59 PM
    Stereo receiver with no wireless capabilities
    I am looking for a way to connect wireless speakers to the surround sound output wire clamp on a wired stereo. is there some sort of converter that would work? I am still wanting to keep it surround and not just stereo.

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