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I only have two speakers. Which speaker outs do I use to receive true stereo

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  • Gary Melton Apr 17, 2015

    What kind of receiver or amp are you trying to hook them to automobile or house

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Harrie is close.
Use Left and Right of course, BUT if your speakers are located front or rear, you'll have to adjust your fader completely to where the speakers are. Failure to fade will result in the amplifier being forced to dissipate the heat generated instead of the speakers doing that job. If the volume is turned up, the heat sinks on your amp will be overwhelmed, resulting in thermal runaway. (i.e. more heat... more current flow... even more heat) This will result in letting the smoke out of your amp destroying it.

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    The speakers are powered so I shouldn't have a problem. Thanks

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The ones marked with L and R from left and right. and if it says front, use the, because the back and middle channels won't give enough power.

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    Thank you Harrie.

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