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Speaker ends to connect speakers to my used stereo

I need to find the ends that could be put on the end of wires to plug into my used duraband stereo/cd player. Mine where chopped of accidently.
Can you help me from the company itself?
Thanks Cindy
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SOURCE: SA-AK330 CD stereo system: how do i connect speakers to receiver?

There should be four colored wires let out from each speaker. connect the wires to the color coded posts , left and right as marked. the small loop antenna is for am and the t-type antenna is for fm. the manual for this unit is also available on the web. key in your model into the keyword window. good listening to you.
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SOURCE: pioneer pl 200 , no sound well real quiet

The third wire is a ground wire I think. You are running the ttb through a phono input and not through a line level input on your system right?

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SOURCE: pioneer car stereo-how to hook up speaker wires

ok u have 8 wires because the other wire is just a ground.as long as u ground the other wires u should be fine. ok the wire that is marked ign. wire may be your mem.wich usally hooks to an orange wire the hot wire u have is just what it says hot that comp. at the end i blieve was a fuse .it sounds like the other part is missing.
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SOURCE: Installing a 10uf capacitor along a speaker wire, no sound

Way too low!!
Your cap should be up in the 200mFd range.
CLICK HERE for a calculator - since it in unclear whether you are using a component set as in the selected item - or a single speaker.
put your impendence in of the woofer, and the crossover frequency you are wanting to achieve.
Then use the first or second order cap. value.

Thanks for using fixya - a fixYa rating is appreciated for answering your FREE question.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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