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Rivernuggets

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  1. Thanks for your responses dudes.

    Carl, I've been doing well. I hope the same for you and your family. Real busy these days with work, which is not a complaint. 

     

    Michael and Jerry, my wife found a source for one, our cell phone provider. That never occurred to me! They have decent prices on new 11's. I'll reach out if this doesn't or can't happen. Jerry, I think our provider uses ATT so that should be compatible if we cross that bridge. I'm not asking either of you to hold them for me. If you find a way to sell, go for it. 

    I'll mark this post as 'no longer looking'.

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  2. 3 hours ago, jg1989 said:

    My apologies if this breaks forum rules but since it's certainly part of a home theater I think it might be ok.

    Totally cool posting a TV for sale here. Good luck with your sale!

  3. 30 minutes ago, TnGuy said:

    so the speaker wire is copper and silver, which would be positive and negative?

    There's no right and wrong with this, IMO. However you choose to do it, keep that configuration the same for all terminals at each speaker and at the receiver. That keeps the polarity consistent. If you decide to connect the silver end to the black (negative) and copper to the Red (positive), do that everywhere.

    As far as I know you won't fry anything if the polarity is inconsistent, it just won't sound right. Bass will sound weak. Heard about this from a friend. 😃

    Should add, don't touch the silver and copper wires together when the opposite end is connected to your amp or receiver. A lot of amps and receivers have built in protection against this, but don't count on it. 

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