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Morning everyone. im connecting Logitech inspire t3130 sub to a Logitech Z-3 speakers and volume knob and I simply cannot figure out the colors on wires.

The T3130 got 4 wires (white, blue, red, yellow + ground, but The Z-3 got 5 wires (red, yellow, orange, gray, green + ground) can someone plz help me to figure out witch color connekts to witch color ? with regards Gretar Eiriksson Iceland

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