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Mission 764 wire connections

Recently acquired an old pair of 764's, no user manual. There are 4 posts on each speaker (2 L and 2 R) but no removable "bridge". Not interested in bi-wiring so do I just strip sufficient wire to connect to both Left posts and to both Right channel posts?

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Yup, Thats about the shape of it - use a nice think solid core copper mains cable. That's waht was fitted to my recently retired 764's when I bought them new many moons ago.

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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