Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It depends on whether you want to wire them in series or parallel
series-put a wire between one of the red and black and leave a pigtail put another wire between the other red and black and leave another pigtail use one for positive and the other for negative
parallel- put a wire between the two reds and leave a pigtail put a wire between the two blacks and leave a pigtail- use the blacks for your negative and the reds for your positive
if your amp has a 4 channel output don't wire the 1's and 2's together- .wire them in pairs of 1 + 2 to each of the amp outputs
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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