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Old 10th May 2014, 04:43 PM   #1
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Default just brought new l.a.t international biwire speaker cable

Lat ss1000 mk2. i am stuck which cables go where i have four colours blue = red red=red black=black white=black.. witch ones would be the treble and witch ones would be the mid plus bass thank you all lee
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Lat ss1000 mk2. i am stuck which cables go where i have four colours blue = red red=red black=black white=black.. witch ones would be the treble and witch ones would be the mid plus bass thank you all lee
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Old 11th May 2014, 08:08 PM   #3
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a] Are all 4 wires the same diameter?
b] Is it two twisted pairs?

For biwiring nothing much matters how you do it.
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yes mate they are all the same diameter.and yes they are twisted pairs thanks lee
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So, is there still a problem here?

It doesn't matter how you connect them up as long as they are attached the same at each end, so match pairs to pairs and ensure that the phase doesn't get mixed up.

Probably wisest to use the twisted pairs for +ve & -ve in order to benefit from RF rejection.

Lastly, if you want help from people on internet forums, making an effort to use punctuation and line spacing so that your request can at least be understood is a great way to guarantee more of a response.
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