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Intruction page i have had my speakers for almost two years now, but i have only used two and had the rest in the closet. I am trying to set up the rest but cannot find my instructions. is there any way i can find the diagram, or have it email to me. thank you jackie

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Re: intruction page

Redoak Here is the link for the manual scroll down to where it says x530 pdf You will need adobe reader for this. That can be obtained for free at this is a printable version. I will have it available at my tips and manuals section of my profile in a day or so.

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Re: intruction page

How many speakers are you trying to connect? Look on the back of the will see Black and Red sockets how many are there. Lets assume there are ten red and ten black and you have five speakers each speaker comes with a pair of wires each red and black. Join each to each socket colour coded.

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