Question about Philips HTS-6500/37 System
Dont worry this is easy,
1. Strip the wires back about 1/2" each
2. Twist the ends together nice & tight
3. Wrap the exposed wire with electrical tape so you cant see the bare wire
4. test run the speakers
5. If you get any feed back or it sounds bad switch the wires around on the back of the speakers
That should do it
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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