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I mistakenly removed the binding post with the red and black label for speaker polarity in one amongst the speakers. I cant remember how to return it back. Is there a speaker polarity for MS906 declaration series? My bose 301 have a left and right speakers with binding post polarity opposite from the other. Do MS 906 have the same? Thanks a lot.

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For the ms 906 scanner, this is the original one, you can find your local dealer, they can help you

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Using Proper Speaker Polarity

Sound system speakers have standard polarity which is indicated either with a "+" or a "-", or with Red and Black colors near the speaker terminals. This same polarity marking is also found on the sound system amplifier section. Most speaker cable has a polarity indication; either color coded, or a physical difference in the wires. Reversed polarity results an obvious decrease in bass, and a hollow sound in the mid range frequencies. If your speaker cable has no obvious polarity indication, you can check the polarity as follows; connect a 9V battery to each speaker cable for no more than about a second; long enough to see the woofer cone move. When the + battery terminal is connected to the + speaker lead, the woofer cone will move out. When you have this situation, label the positive speaker lead, either with tape, or by tying that wire in a simple knot. Make sure both cables are checked.

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Peavey SP 118P speaker and yellow? which one goes where on the speaker?

Blue should go to red. I assume they used an Asian standard. Rough way to remember- sky blue, return brown/ground is green yellow- same potential as brown. yellow somewhere in between.

However reversed leads are not going to be noticed on the speakers of a single amp/speaker. Or if a multi speaker setup in a cabinet as long as all are mated with the same polarity.

It just translates to the direction a speaker cone is moving in relation to the magnet when the polarity of the sine wave peak is positive.

In a stereophonic setup- many can hear the difference an out of phase speaker can make, in a monophonic setup- no one is going to hear the difference. And on a stage setup, unless the speakers are all attached to the same source, they are all moving independently.

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Hi, im searching for the stereo wiring chart for my mitsubishi lancer 2002 GLXI. i have searched for it but the colours are completely different to what i have. For example the colours i have are - Blue/...

This is all I could find. Hope it helps.

LF Speaker (+) WHITE/BLUE
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RF Speaker (+) WHITE/RED
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I just moved and had someone disconnect my high end surround sound home audio system. I'm still trying 2 figure out the connections to the back of the speakers.. They are B & W Nautilus SCM1...

If your speakers looks similar to these...
You should see 4 connections on each speaker.
Look for a label that says "IN" or "INPUT"... probably the top connections. 1 is gold (with a red cap) and one is silver (might have a black cap on it). If you have the original cables, they will be red and black.
Attach the red cable to the gold... black cable to the silver. Do the same on the back of your audio system (more than likely red/black look for the "OUT" or "OUTPUT" connectors.)

The main thing is making sure the cables are connected to "like" colors (when possible).
The other two connectors on each speaker, if labeled "OUT" or "OUTPUT"... are for piggybacking more speakers. Otherwise, they are more than likely used as a "RETURN".

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There is not a subwoofer input jack on the back of this subwoofer. There are a set of input (negative and positive) terminals and a set of output (negative positive) terminals like would hook speaker wires...

On the back of the sub woofer you have two sets of binding post / some have spring clip terminals ( red & black ) labeled Speaker In ( sometimes High Level In ) and Speaker out.
Take 2 pairs of speaker cables and connect one end to the speaker out socket of your amplifier ( left & right ) . The other end of the cable should be connected to the sub woofer's Speaker In socket , Red to red and black to black. Now on the Speaker Out socket of the sub woofer connect your existing pair of speakers using another pair of speaker cables. If your sub woofer has a Hi Pass filter built in , you may not hear bass coming from your existing speakers with this kind of connection. Good if you have small satellite speakers.

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From the factory, those are equipped with "jumpers", one for red-red and one for black-black. This allows for one speaker cable to power one speaker.

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1985 Ford Laser, I want to know what wires/colour match new wires/colour when installing a new car stereo and speakers?

do it the old fasion way i have never used diagrams for splicing iht existing wiring.
simply a test light to find constant+ switched + ground, and such thin trial and error for speakers!
there's 3 screws above the heater/vent controls, and two screws behind the ashtray - you've gotta pull it all the way out. then the centre console comes out, along with the stereo. the heater control knobs pull off by hand, no screws, you may also have to remove the choke 'knob' to get the plastic consol off. The knob is held on by a screw on its underside, then you will have to unscrew the collet (chrome thing) with a screwdriver, you will see what I mean.

For speakers, if the car already has them then sweet, but if you need to check polarity is correct get a AA battery put the wires on either end, and if the speaker moves 'out' polarity is correct as per the signs on the battery,if the speaker moves in the polarity is wrong.
does it have the standard pioneer deck in there?
if so and u want to go by those colours

red = acc
orange = +12v
black = ground

green = left +
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grey =right +
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(cut the joining black wires on the plug (the one that has 2 black wires coming out is the front, the one that just has one black then a bridge across the plug is the rear)

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blue/red = left +
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The illustration in the manual I found at isn't detailed enough to show the axial connection option, which would normally accept a banana plug inserted straight in if the opening is conductive and about 4mm wide. I suspect it is as they mention a "variety of wire connectors".

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To ensure proper polarity, connect each + terminal on the back of the amplifier or receiver to the respective + (red) terminal on each speaker, as shown in Figure 6. Connect the – (black) terminals in a similar way.
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