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Attaching speaker wire to my speakers

I have just gotten home with my new.Polk Audio Floor Speakers (RTI10) they were floor models so did not com ewith a guide for hook up. I just can't figure out how to connect the speaker wire properly and I'm nervous about doing it wrong. is there anywhere i can see a visual display of how to connect the speaker wire to the back of the speakers?

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Most speaker wires have a red and black marked on them,or half grey with black you also get a plus and minus on them black is plus while the grey is minus

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