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How do i daisy chain Peavey PR10PN Powered Loudspeaker?

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You mean a series connection, I'm assuming that you are connecting two speakers to one channnel (the right or left ) of the stereo. you take the positive and the negative leads and you put one on one speaker and the ohter on ther other speaker, positive (+) to positive (+) and negative (-) to negative(-). then you simply connect the 2 leftover connection of the speakers together with a wire. Be carefull though becaus if you do it wrong, it could short out your stereo or it will sound really bad...

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