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There are 2 sets of wires on the rca rt2760 home theatre system subwoofer, i know thay the purple ones are the speaker inputs......but the red and black is dc input for the amp thats inside the woofer,,,,,how much dc voltage is this? 12 volts???? who can answer this?

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One is for the speaker connection the other is a control wire for the sub that should have a white plug on it to plug in the back of receiver

Posted on Dec 13, 2010

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    Michael Fernandez Sep 19, 2020

    What is the name of the white plug that plugs into the back of the receiver ??
    My white plug that the red and black wires go to Broke off on me and I lost it. How do I get a new one or how do I get the subwoofer on

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Just to clarify, When you say sound out with the tv, which are you referring to:
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