Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I just bought an adapter for my speakers so I can hook it up to my computer. The instructions with the adapter said I need to know the polarity of the speakers. are the LCW-0120 speakers negative or positive polarity
I am assuming that you already
know which wires go to which speaker and all you need to know is which
one is negative and which one is positive. Here is one way to find out.
If you can access the speakers at all or at least see the cones, it will be easy.
Take a small 1.5v battery and connect it to the wires in question, connect one end to the positive(+) and the other to the negative (-) side of the battery, don't do it for a long time, just enough to observe movement on the speaker cones. Observe the cones of the speakers, if the cones get pushed or moves out, take note of the polarity of the battery because now you know which is which. Now if the cones, move inward or it gets sucked in when you apply voltage, then it's backwards.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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