Power Supply for Boston Media Theater System

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jmm0816

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Hello to all. I was just given a Boston Mediat Theater System Subwoofer PN# 7000684. It unfortunately did not come with any cables at all. And I am electrically/mentally stunted. It says that I need a 12v in AC/DC for the power supply. Does anyone have any suggestions as to where I can pick one of those up before I contact Boston Acoustics. And I also need t he calbes for the in put, and the cables for the L & R Speakers. There is a input connection on the back that says Control Line-in. Can anyone describe what this is for. Any informaton or assistance with this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you all for your patience.
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I can't find the specs, or accurate/clear images, but based on what I can see, here is my input:

Aside from the 12v DC, you would need to know the amps. You can get generic adapters at many stores and most electronics stores. But you need to know the full specs first.

Speaker inputs will either be RCA or mono 3.5mm.
Input, from the link below appears to be a digital RCA input.
The control input, is a specialized connector and is likely the control pad with on/off, volume, etc.

another topic here: https://forums.techguy.org/threads/...s-digital-media-theater-digital-cable.679255/

You may want to find a donor unit on ebay for the cables (if you are sure that unit is functional). Otherwise, I'd likely move on to a traditional sub without all the specialized cabling.
 
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