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SOURCE: Peavey SP 118P speaker leads...blue and yellow? which one goes where on the speaker?

Blue should go to red. I assume they used an Asian standard. Rough way to remember- sky blue, return brown/ground is green yellow- same potential as brown. yellow somewhere in between.

However reversed leads are not going to be noticed on the speakers of a single amp/speaker. Or if a multi speaker setup in a cabinet as long as all are mated with the same polarity.

It just translates to the direction a speaker cone is moving in relation to the magnet when the polarity of the sine wave peak is positive.

In a stereophonic setup- many can hear the difference an out of phase speaker can make, in a monophonic setup- no one is going to hear the difference. And on a stage setup, unless the speakers are all attached to the same source, they are all moving independently.

Posted on Feb 18, 2012

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Peavey SP 118P speaker leads...blue and yellow? which one goes where on the speaker?


Blue should go to red. I assume they used an Asian standard. Rough way to remember- sky blue, return brown/ground is green yellow- same potential as brown. yellow somewhere in between.

However reversed leads are not going to be noticed on the speakers of a single amp/speaker. Or if a multi speaker setup in a cabinet as long as all are mated with the same polarity.

It just translates to the direction a speaker cone is moving in relation to the magnet when the polarity of the sine wave peak is positive.

In a stereophonic setup- many can hear the difference an out of phase speaker can make, in a monophonic setup- no one is going to hear the difference. And on a stage setup, unless the speakers are all attached to the same source, they are all moving independently.

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Which wire yellow or blue goes on red post


Peavey color indicates that Blue is Negative And Yellow Is Positive, so Yellow goes to + Speaker Terminal.

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On my peavey pro 15 neo speakers i don't know which wire is for what. What is the black, red, blue and yellow wires for?


black and red will goto 1 speaker. and blue/yellow to the other. typically red and yellow are + and black and blue are -. the crossover board might tell you which is which where they solder to it. but i'm pretty sure the black/red goto woofer. try hooking up both to woofer and listen to it. 1 way is going to sound horribly wrong lol. that will mean you hooked up the tweeter leads to the woofer. but DO NOT HOOK UP WOOFER LEADS TO TWEETER. thats why i say to do it on woofer.

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I need a color coded wiring diagram for a peavey PV115 speaker cabinet.


Usually the colors you will find are red and black pair and yellow and white... USUALLY the red/blk pair go to the tweeter horn with red going to the + lead of the horn drivers. Usually the yellow/white pair go to the woofer with the white going to the + lead of the woofer in Peavey speakers... HOWEVER you never know if someone has rewired the cabinet so going by colors is NOT the best way to go... This should have the "soundgard" circuit in it and the lead that goes throught the lamp and resistor that is NOT connected to the inout jack is the TWEETER + lead. The pair that connects to the inout jack DIRECTELY is the woofer leads and the TIP connection of a 1/4 inch jack is the + woofer lead. Verifying these connections is the best method.

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To troubleshoot the problem start with the bit that is working - the left speaker.
  1. Unplug the input leads on the back of the left speaker and swap them round.
  2. If sound now comes out of right speaker and not the left the problem is with your sound source (computer, IPOD or whatever) or the connecting cable is faulty.
  3. If there is still no sound from the right speaker try turning the volume control knob up and down quickly several times - does this produce any sound from the right speaker? Sometimes the electrical contacts get dirty and this can help clean them.
  4. Turn the speakers off using the volume control knob. Disconnect the speaker wire for the right speaker from the OUTPUT on the left speaker (push the red and black tabs downwards and gently pull the wires out. Find a small 1.5 volt battery (an AA or AAA size will do nicely) and touch the bare ends of the speaker wire briefly on the battery terminals. If you hear a slight crackling sound the wire and the speaker are okay and the problem is in the amplifier, which will need repair or replacement - not a job for an amateur.
  5. If you don't get any sound from the battery test find another piece of speaker wire (any piece of 2 core cable with bare ends will do for testing) and repeat the battery test. If you get sound then replace the speaker wire. If not remove the speaker wire again and go to next step.
  6. Lay the speaker face downwards and carefully unscrew the back panel (don't do this if it is still under manufacturers warranty - take it back for repair or replacement). Lift the back panel off carefully and slowly taking care not to pull the connecting wires inside the cabinet, which will probably be quite short. You may have to settle for just rotating the back panel slightly so that you can see inside if the wires are too short to do otherwise.
  7. Use sticky tape to tightly attach the bare ends of the speaker wires to the terminals of the battery. Touch the loose ends of the speaker wires on the two metal terminals where the internal wires are joined onto the back of the big loudspeaker cone. If this produces a crackling sound it is the internal wiring in the cabinet that needs re-soldering. Otherwise the loudspeaker unit has failed and will need replacement.

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I have a b415 dsp speaker that I pulled apart due to a rattle in the driver. I need to confirm the correct wire color to the speakers. I believe the red and black went to the driver and the blue and yellow...


Way to find out: The minus speaker leads go to ground at the amp and therefore are electricaally connected together... just use an ohmmeter to find which two wires are tied together and connect those to the minus leads of the speakers.

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get an ohm meter and test to a known ground, like the sleeve on the guitar cable. If neither is grounded, it doesn't matter. If one is grounded, take it to neutral.
Best bet, get the same switch and put it in exactly like the one you have.

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Wiring diagram


Blue should be positive

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