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With a 4-pin connector - from left, facing the side of amp with RCAs and high level input:

Left speaker + input, Left speaker - input, right speaker - input, right speaker + input

With 5-pin connector - same as above, except center pin goes to ground and 2 right side pins are for right speaker.

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