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I have two little computer speakers without a subwuffer. They have the little speaker plugs on the end of the wire. How would they be attached?

asked on March 4, 2013

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You would have to cut off the two little speaker plugs, strip each of the four wires back half and inch, separately twist the strands for each wire, and plug those wires into the amplifier's speaker connections. There is a picture on the Amazon ad for this amp that shows the back and what the speaker connections look l… see more You would have to cut off the two little speaker plugs, strip each of the four wires back half and inch, separately twist the strands for each wire, and plug those wires into the amplifier's speaker connections. There is a picture on the Amazon ad for this amp that shows the back and what the speaker connections look like. This is not complicated but you have to end up with the wires from one speaker going into the amplifier's left two speaker connectors (+, -) and the other speaker wire going into the two right speaker connections (+,- do not matter much in small systems, but if the speaker wires are color-coded then you may as well match with the "+" and "-".). see less You would have to cut off the two little speaker plugs, strip each of the four wires back half and inch, separately twist the strands for each wire, and plug those wires into the amplifier's speaker connections. There is a picture on the Amazon ad for this amp that shows the back and what the speaker connections look like. This is not complicated but you have to end up with the wires from one speaker going into the amplifier's left two speaker connectors (+, -) and the other speaker wire going into the two right speaker connections (+,- do not matter much in small systems, but if the speaker wires are color-coded then you may as well match with the "+" and "-".).
Bill answered on March 4, 2013
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This amp has only connectors that take bare wires, so you could cut the connectors off and strip the insulation off about 1/4 inch of the wires, or you could buy a cheap RCA extender cable, and cut it, plugging the speakers' connectors into your cut cable.
High Rise Stargazer answered on March 4, 2013
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Actual plugs? I dont think that'l work. This amp has places for bare wires
garrett j answered on March 5, 2013
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You will have to cut the plugs off since this amp uses bare wires. Don't throw the plugs away in case you later get other speakers and want to have the plugs back on these speakers.
Al answered on March 5, 2013
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If you're referring to a 35mm jack, then it will not work. You will need to have the copper wires, usually one black and one red for each speaker.
Vanessa answered on March 4, 2013
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you would have to cut the jacks off speakers being that the amps speaker connections are by wire... there are no jacks only jacks on amp are for a accessory like a ipod or anything that has jacks for inputting like a cd player etc...
joe answered on March 4, 2013
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