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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
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.
Posted on Feb 18, 2012
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