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I put a new speaker in my amp but don't know what wire is positive the blue or the yellow

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Usually the yellow will be positive... Hint, it won't make a difference UNLESS you drive two of these in parallel as it only affects the phase of the cone movement relative to the input.

Connect the yellow to positive and don't worry about it further.

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