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Pyramid SE301-VL amp wiring confusion...

I have a Pyramid SE301-VL 150 watt amplifier here, but I forgot to tag the wires when I removed it from the houseboat it was installed in... Trying to install it in my boat, but not sure of the wiring on it...

Wire colors are as follows:
1 black, appears to be ground connection
1 red, assuming batt + connection
1 grey
1 green
another black which has splitter on the end ???

Pairs:
Brown, brown/white
Blue, blue/white
Green, green/white
Grey, grey/white

Was connected to Motorolla professional series cassette deck, I intend to connect it to a Kenwood cassette deck on a 4 speaker system.

Any help/information you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for your time.

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Captain_Bill,

Red - should be fused & is the +12Vdc system supply voltage.
Chassis = System ground.
Individual Green, Grey, & cooresponding blacks will be the right & left chan Audio ins (Black = neg).
Paired bl/blwh, br/brwh, grey/grwh, & green/grwh will be the audio outs.

Hope this helps !!!!

Dale EE

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