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    Have lost the interconnect cable (pin/blade) for these speakers in a move. Does anyone know where I can get one? Polk has only blade/blade left in stock.

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    I can only think of two fixes for your problem.
    1. switch out old p/b connector for a nutrik or
    2. make on from a RCA connector that you've cut petals off from. This you will need to find one that is tight as some have some play so they do not work as good.

    http://www.parts-express.com/neutrik...mount--092-059

    http://www.parts-express.com/neutrik...mount--092-198

    I thought they also made a 2 pole 90* but only seen 4 pole on PE...

    anyway good luck

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    POLK SDA 2.3 TLS BOUGHT NEW IN 1990, Gimpod/Sonic Caps/Mills RDO-198
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    PIONEER PL-510A SONY BDP S5100
    POLK SDA 1C BOUGHT USED 2011,Gimpod/Sonic Caps/Mills RDO-194
    ONKYO HT RC-360 SONY BDP S590 TECHNICS SL BD-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolkieMan View Post
    Thanks for the information. Assume a single conductor cable will work? Photo shows 2 conductor #12 wire?

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    The original regular pin/blade SDA cable was two conductor, 16 gauge. Both wires were connected to the pin.

    Take note that the RCA pin idea isn't the best choice as the pin will not be snug, which was the case with the original pin/blade. The blade was used to support and help hold the pin in tight.

    A much better solution is to replace the pin/blade socket and cable end with Neutrik SpeakOn connectors.
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    Yes both wires were soldered to the center pin on the connectors so a single conductor will work as the blade was for support. These seem to fit tighter that most rca pins.

    http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/...hrmxPJ0snR6w==

    A better solution is the Neutrik Speak On connectors but more work.
    POLK SDA 2.3 TLS BOUGHT NEW IN 1990, Gimpod/Sonic Caps/Mills RDO-198
    POLK CSI-A6 POLK MONITOR 70'S ONKYO TX NR-808 SONY CDP-333ES
    PIONEER PL-510A SONY BDP S5100
    POLK SDA 1C BOUGHT USED 2011,Gimpod/Sonic Caps/Mills RDO-194
    ONKYO HT RC-360 SONY BDP S590 TECHNICS SL BD-1

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    Where would I find Neutric connectors and cable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gophigyer View Post
    Where would I find Neutric connectors and cable?
    www.parts-express.com
    or
    Amazon (which parts-express also uses as a seller)
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    eBay
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    your favorite electronics supplier.

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