Question about Radio Shack 250 Watt PA Amplifier Amplifier
There are a couple of ways you could do this. One way is to buy some do-it-yourself connectors (RCA or 1/4", depending on the type of output jacks on your PA) and solder them to the bare-wire that you already have running to your speakers. That will create a good connection for you with minimal loss and minimal distortion. The other option is to purchase 1/4" instument cables from a music store, like guitar center, and cut one end off. Strip back the wire casing and connect directly to your speaker inputs.
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Posted on Feb 19, 2009
You extend wire from speaker what ever you want distance.
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