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Just moved into a new home, and there are in wall speakers and outdoors speakers installed. Found where the wires come in, and they have the strangest connectors. Anyone know what these are?

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Looks proprietary. Maybe Bose?

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Just moved into a new home, and there are in wall speakers and outdoors speakers installed. Found where the wires come in, and they have the strangest connectors. Anyone know what these are?

They look like they came from a speaker selector (like a Niles piece). Just unscrew them and use the bare wires as normal for left and right +/-.

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