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Trying to connect pyle PADH215 speakers

Do both speaker connection have to be plugged up.....there are two connection available of the back of one speaker.

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Pyle's PADH 215 comes with three different types of connections.... Banana Plug, 1/4" and Speakon. You can use any with this speaker. The reason there are two of the 1/4" connections and Speakon connections is that this offers the ability to daisy chain multiple speakers together as long as you watch your ohm load. And no it doesnt matter which connection you plug it in to

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