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I have 2 wires coming out of the back of the roadpro rpps-550 speakers. My question is which one goes to the radio?

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Both, black to black and red to red, or use the color coded plugs that may be in your units. If there aren't any, try either way; it won't hurt the speakers or the radio.

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