You're right. Positives should be hooked up to positive, negative should be hooked up to negative for speaker terminals (just about everyone should have some sort of molex or rca connector that the speaker connects into instead of quick connects like car audio - you guys don't have to worry about wiring it in wrong, which is the majority of the people) but 99.999 percent of the time you do want your speakers like this, unless you're running a multiple woofer in a unique enclosure setup where you need the push/pull feature. If you hook up one speaker pos to pos, neg to neg, then the other pos to neg, neg to pos, you'll have your speakers out of phase, and it kills the sound.
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4/10/08 at 7:32am