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Peavey SP 118P speaker leads...blue and yellow? which one goes where on the speaker?

If only they were black and white or black and red....nope blue and yellow. So which lead goes red on the speaker here? i didnt take the darn thing apart, just trying to clean up someone elses mess

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Blue should go to red. I assume they used an Asian standard. Rough way to remember- sky blue, return brown/ground is green yellow- same potential as brown. yellow somewhere in between.

However reversed leads are not going to be noticed on the speakers of a single amp/speaker. Or if a multi speaker setup in a cabinet as long as all are mated with the same polarity.

It just translates to the direction a speaker cone is moving in relation to the magnet when the polarity of the sine wave peak is positive.

In a stereophonic setup- many can hear the difference an out of phase speaker can make, in a monophonic setup- no one is going to hear the difference. And on a stage setup, unless the speakers are all attached to the same source, they are all moving independently.

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