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I have a realistic sta-64b receiver with a pair of matching speakers. I'm running RCA outs to each speaker but there is only one RCA in on each speaker-- so I've had to choose red or white for each speaker whereas I have both red and white for L and R coming out of the receiver. how do I set this up righT?

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You only need one red from the receiver to reach the right speaker and one white from the receiver to reach the left speaker. You say you have both red and white for L and R coming out of the receiver, are you sure? Because all red ouputs are RIGHT and all white are LEFT. I think you have 2 white and 2 red. One of the white is for a front left speaker and one for a rear left speaker. You need to connect to the one for FRONT speakers.

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