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Does anyone make a 4 way splitter for rca cables?

My center channel, left, right, and sub all have rca cable inputs on the back. I went to radioshack and all they had was adapters to convert 1 cable into 2. Id like to have one cable running from my receiver then plug in an adapter so I can plug in all of my speakers instead of plugging in an adapter into an adapter into an adapter.
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I looked on their site and all they have are 3 way splitters?
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What kind of system do you have that uses RCA composite cable speaker inputs? That's unusual, except for the subwoofer. Home Theater in the box?

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What kind of system do you have that uses RCA composite cable speaker inputs? That's unusual, except for the subwoofer. Home Theater in the box?
towers have powered subs, center channel has a powered sub, plus the actual sub itself.
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