Originally Posted by jsinger986
I have a question about the 4 conductor cable. My speaker has 4 connectors but my amp only has one. Can you just leave the two extra connectors on the amp end out or do you put them both in on the single connector?
I assume your speakers are setup for bi-wiring/bi-amping. Look and see if the two sets of speaker terminals are shorted together, There should be a wire or plate connecting the two blacks together and two reds together. If the sets are shorted, you only need to connect to one set and all will be good.
I'm not sure what you mean by a single connector to the receiver. Most will have a red and black connector for each channel. Red is positive, black is negative. You connect the red from the receiver to red on the speaker. And black to black also.
If you only use 2 of the 4 connectors, you should be fine. You'll just have 2 unused wires.