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Old 12-01-2009, 02:50 PM
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Default Re: RCA Inputs

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Originally Posted by kpearson View Post
I have a self amplified bazooka tube (6 inch speaker) and the rca inputs are BOTH blue/white wires. I can't see anything that distinguishes them apart. Which one is for the right and left?
It has been working just fine, but I want to have it right.
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Welcome to the Bazooka Forum kpearson. Looking at the back of the harness and reading from left to right, the first RCA is the right channel and the second RCA is the left channel. The input is summed mono internally so there is no wrong or right if you have these hooked up backwards. The only thing that is important is having them both hooked up.
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