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Topic # 69826 13-Oct-2010 18:13
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Can anyone recommend a good place to buy speaker wire?

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  Reply # 391468 13-Oct-2010 18:32
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Surplustronics.co.nz based in Auckland are alright




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  Reply # 391573 13-Oct-2010 22:31
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If there's a J.A Russell near you they will do you a good deal. There an electrical wholesaler and will do you trade if you ask nice lol. Also sometimes you'll find Jaycar can be cheap..

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 391640 14-Oct-2010 08:57
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I found that Top Hi-Fi have always done me a good deal for good quality cheap speaker wire.


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  Reply # 391670 14-Oct-2010 09:48
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depends how cheap or what quality, but those discount /2 dollar stores sell speaker wire really cheap

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  Reply # 391700 14-Oct-2010 11:05
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How about Trade Me? Got my last lot off there and saved a heap of $$ compared to anywhere else I could find either retail or on-line. Good quality heavy duty stuff too.





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