How to Wire Two-Wire Home Stereo Speakers?

Answer Most stereo speakers come with two pairs of binding posts but are wired so that only one is connected to the amplifier. With a method called "bi-wiring," or "two-wiring," you can wire speakers so t... Read More »

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How to Wire Stereo Speakers?

Stereo speakers connect to a source signal, such as a receiver or amplifier, with a speaker wire separated into two strands that attach to positive and negative terminals. Each strand is typically ... Read More »

Do I have to Bi-wire my Polk Audio Series II loud speakers Or can I just wire them normal?

You certainly don't have to bi-wire speakers, just hook each speaker normally, and leave the jumpers in. But you can bi-wire without any issues as well, you wont hurt anything. You run a pair of ... Read More »

When installing a Y-shaped electric range plug and it has places for three wires and you have a black wire white wire and a bare copper wire so which wire goes where?

Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz power supply service.(LIFE SAFETY WARNING! [disclaimer] Electricity is dangerous! You can be injured or killed! Improper installations can ca... Read More »

Home stereo speaker wire gauge?

The lower gauge will allow more power to flow to the speakers creating a better sound quality. In your case it seems like 14 should do good for you to power those big speakers!