Originally Posted by syendluri
For every Channel that you are connecting (for example, Front), you have 2 RCA plugs (Red and White) and XPA-5 has only one RCA plug. I was trying to understand how this works. Most of the interconnects that were recommended were the Single RCA connector on both sides. So, on AVR preout, should i connect the white RCA or red RCA? How does this work?
Here is how it works:
You use single RCA interconnects and connect them at the back of you AVR preout (one for the right front channel, one for the left front channel, etc.). Then you connect the other end of the RCA interconnect to the each of the XPA-5 RCA inputs.
So, you have the AVR sending the audio signals to the XPA-5.
Next step, you need to run the speaker wires from the XPA-5 to each speaker. You hook first the speaker wire to your XPA-5 positive and negative (red/black) and the other end to your speaker's posts (red/black).
I hope this helps!