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cbutterf
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SE34.I jumpers
01/04/10 at 06:48:19
 
CAn someone please tell me how to correctly hook up the jumpers on an SE34.I for a paralleled output? Thanks!

Chris
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Re: SE34.I jumpers
Reply #1 - 01/04/10 at 17:38:22
 
Just connect red to red and black to black for parallel operation.

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Reply #2 - 01/04/10 at 17:46:06
 
Forgive me for being dense - does this mean red to red on one side (L) and balck to black on the other (R)?

Thanks!!

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Re: SE34.I jumpers
Reply #3 - 01/05/10 at 01:24:14
 
Chris,

Welcome to the forum.....

This means red to red/black to black left channel  red to red/black to black right side.

Then hook your speakers up as usual  using one of the reds and one of the black on each of the two channels.

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Reply #4 - 01/05/10 at 01:40:19
 
Thank you very much for this! Will now try and find 2nd pair of jumpers...

Chris
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Reply #5 - 01/05/10 at 21:44:27
 
Any short length of wire will do for jumpers. Nothing special, audio jewelry need not apply.
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