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Which terminal is positive and negative on Pioneer car speakers. thnaks Shane

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    Aaron Bryant Jul 02, 2017

    The ground should be the bigger terminal on pioneer sony does it just the oposite. But the main thing is to make sure you hook all speakers up the same or you will have whats knowb as an out of phase situation (no bass because speakers are cancelling each other out) if you dont like the way it sounds reverse the wires and try it again the difference in quality will be noticable.

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Hi,

Look closely at the terminal of the speaker, the size is different from positive and negative.

The bigger terminal should be positive( + ) with a stamp mark on the terminal itself.

The small one should be the negative ( - ).

Hope that helps you!


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Positive has a small black or red line

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There are no stamped polarity marks on anything on a set of Pioneer TS-A680R speakers, these speakers say CUSTOM-FIT for Ford/Mazda right on the side of the box. It's a good idea to check the factory speaker wiring colors, looking for the solid color being positive, and the striped color obvious being negative. Also these particular speakers have only one wider terminal blade with a included solid white wire with corresponding terminal, suggesting positive.

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