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Lovely vintage Grundig R 7200, need output suggestions

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stereobum

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Hello there! I am by all definitions a newbie, and I am grateful to post to a wise community. I am an American living in Berlin and yesterday had to scoop up a set of Metz speakers and the receiver for a cheap grab.

Problem is, the receiver has a strange output and the speaker wires have been stripped. I found a photo online of what looks to be the old connection, but I am looking for suggestions on:
  • A) Finding and connecting the original male end to speakers
  • B) connecting the speakers to the rec a different way

Here is the series of photos attached:
Cheap but cool HiFi audio grab - Album on Imgur
 

sunder

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The speaker connector type is : 2 pin DIN male. Most of the vintage B&O, Philips used that type. In that connector, the flat - prong is for 'negative' and the . round pin is for 'positive' for the one side speaker. The cable which you hold in your hand is the 'interconnect' for the input of 'CD' or 'Tape' or 'Phono'. You have the very nice model of Grundig!.
Cheers.
 
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