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No manual I am trying to find a manual on this subwoofer to find out how to wire into my system.

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  • gharmonmd Dec 13, 2008

    wires are disconnected.

    not sure how to wire it back.

    2 main wires coming out of wall are composed of 4 different wires each

    black, white, green, red.

    where do these attach?

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This is a very good system. I have the manual, please email me hermanr33@hotmail.com

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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