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Old 21st May 2005, 02:54 PM   #1
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Question HELP with connections

Hi there,

I wanted some advice to connect my tannoys to an amp. there are too many inputs and I did'nt want to make a wrong connection .where do I connect the speaker wire coming from the amp to the speaker?

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Old 21st May 2005, 04:38 PM   #2
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Tony,

Is the crossover internal? If so, you hook the amp up right where it says on your panel. If it is external or you are biamping, you will have to remove the copper linking thingies and hook up the woofs and tweets separate as it also says on the panel. It's pretty straight forward. Are you familiar with biamping and such?
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Hi CAl.

I am not that familiar with bi amping . So do I connect the speaker wire coming from the amp to the speaker, where it says connect from amp?

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I think you just hook them up to where the red arrows are pointed.
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Let us know how they sound.

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Tx Cal,

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