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Old 02-24-2013, 06:40 PM - Thread Starter
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I have my speaker wire going under the rug.

Now as I go to set this up I realize I did not mark the ends and cannot follow which end is going to where.

If I plug a black plug into a black end, whereas the correlating end is mixed up and ends up going into a red terminal is this going to 'break' my speakers/system?

or will it just not work and I can switch the ends to the right plug?
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I have my speaker wire going under the rug.

Now as I go to set this up I realize I did not mark the ends and cannot follow which end is going to where.

If I plug a black plug into a black end, whereas the correlating end is mixed up and ends up going into a red terminal is this going to 'break' my speakers/system?

or will it just not work and I can switch the ends to the right plug?
It won't break anything but if there plugged in wrong your sound might be funny and be what we call:out of phase.

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