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Speakers use a cable that consist of 2 insulated wires. The two wires are identified by one or more ways: 1) one wire may be golden colored and the other white or silver colored, 2) the insulation on one of the wires may have a raised ridge, or 3) the insulation on one wire may have some marking along the surface where the other will not

The terminals on speakers and terminals for the speakers on the amplifier will both have a (-) and (+) symbol for each cable (one for each wire). I like to assign the (+) terminal to the golden colored wire or the insulation with the rib or marking on it, and the (-) terminal to the white or silver colored wire or on the smooth or unmarked insulation. It does not matter which wire you assign to which terminal - as long as the (+) and (-) terminals of the speaker connects to the (+) and (-) terminals on the speakers of the amplifier (you should see to it that they do not get crossed so that the (+) of the speaker is connected to (-) terminal for the speakers on the amplifier).

Connect each speaker location to the corresponding speaker terminal on the amplifier (the front right speaker to connect to the front right speaker terminals on the amplifier - continue until all speakers are connected). Failure to connect correctly will make fading front to back and balance left and right work unexpectedly.

I hope this helps and good luck! Please rate my reply. Thank you.

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