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I have an amp and front speakers and a sub woofer. My fronts are wired into one of the two speaker outlets my sub is connected to the other but is connected to both postives. I want to add rear speakers what do I do with the sub wires?

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Leave them there. Run the amplifier in mixed mono on that channel.

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right front: positive (+) <-----to------------->(+) right speaker level in
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