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Pioneer TS-E6996 polarity?

I have pioneer TS-E6996 speakers i have fitted them but the connections on the speakers themselves do not have + or - on them. they are different sizes and the wires going into the speaker are different colours (black & black and white). Would you be able to tell me which one is positive and which one is negative!?!?

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Large spade lug (connection) +
Small spade lug -

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