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Thread: Connecting home theater system to existing nutone system

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    Connecting home theater system to existing nutone system

    I have a nutone intercom/radio system in my house than no longer works. The transformer got fried by lightening, and when I tried to replace the transformer, it still didn't work. Nutone systems are very expensive to replace. What I would like to do is to connect a cheap home theater system to the existing speakers, so that I can play mp3 formatted music cds. There are 3 existing speakers, and they are 25 amp 6 watt speakers. Does anyone know if this is feasible.

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    Active PBP Member PBP Member Rank 3 scotty2hottie076's Avatar
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    Re: Connecting home theater system to existing nutone system

    Here's a website to check out maybe u can get it cheap enough to replace the transformer
    (replace the xx with u know what)

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