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I have a technics amp that has hf lf speaker output I'm trying to connect them to speakers with only 2 wire red black

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Just want to know how to hook up speakers

On the back of the Technics Receiver you should see black and red speaker connections where red is positive and black is negative. One the back of the speakers you should see similar places to connect the wire, with speaker wire stripped at each end, you should attach one end to the speaker and the other to the back of the speaker corresponding with the black and red (negative and positive) connections.

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