Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have no idea how you determined they are out of phase. Normally if you change all of them the result is the same. Just change the one (swap the speaker leads) that is out of phase.
First assume they marked on the amplifier typically red and black connections. Then check the speakers to see if they are also marked the same way, if so match the colors.
If they are not marked you need to be able to see the cone, that use to be easy. Use a battery and connect it across the speaker leads, I use a flash light 1.5 volt battery. You may have to go to a 9v but try the 1.5 first. When you connect the battery the speaker cone will either move forward or reverse. If the cone moves in reverse when connected swap wires. When the cone moves forward just mark with the plus (red) coinciding with the battery.
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You speakers are out of phase. Check to see if the polarity is correct on the receiver and the speaker. Positive (red) with positive, negative with negative (black). Also check the impedance of the speaker, it should be located on the back of the speaker measured in ohms. Make sure that your receiver matches the impedance of your speaker. You can find this in the settings of the receiver.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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