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Hi,

It makes no odds really whether you use the right speaker on the left or the left speaker on the right.

They can come marked accordingly for example coloured black and red, red being positive and black being negative (for both speakers). this is only for impedance reasons.

In some cases the speakers are not colour coded at all. It all depends on how much you are willing to spend or spent on them.

Speakers like Mission for example are very expensive but don't have a colour code set for wiring them, they tend to use a "screw" system so it makes no difference how they are wired up providing you don't cross the wires or have any bare wire touching which will cause distortion.




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