Question about Digital Audio DA8012 12" Subwoofer Car Speaker
The speakers have to be polorized. If you take a small battery and put the negative to one terminal and the positive to the other you will see the speaker push out or pull in. Just tap the battery connection to the speaker. The one you see the positive of the battery push the speaker out will be your positive side or terminal. Make sure you mark a + sign on all the speakers to get uniform polarization.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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