Question about Mcintosh MC300 Amplifier
Hi. I have an MC2205. When connecting to the speakers, is the common connected to red or black speaker terminal? Thanks a lot in advance
Typically the black is common and the red positive. The only difference will be the direction in which the speaker cone moves. Either it will move outward or inward. In the correct connection polarity, the cone should move outward. Be careful that both speakers are connected the same way. This is actually just as important. If they are hooked up differently, they will be out of phase and you will notice a significant DROP in low end response.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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