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About hooking up speakers correctly

So...I just spent probably a good hour on the phone with was a wild goose chace only to find out that I need to call another number Monday to get the information.
I suppose yes I could wait until Monday....

But this has been a problem for a long time, and I am not sure if perhaps you might be able to help me out.

And also help me understnd why it's only recording in one speaker.

Thank you. :)

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