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Unit works great, was powering Polk SDA for last 10 years
treitz3 wrote:Krieckie, this is not a common ground amplifier if memory serves. If this is the case then he never enjoyed what the SDA's have to offer.Unit works great, was powering Polk SDA for last 10 years
OconeeOrange wrote:This all getting so complicated, I may just order a Bose radio and be done with it all. Actually, have no decent radio signals back here in the woods, but think some of those had a built in CD player.
ekog wrote:Yes this is covered by the manual.
From the M500t Owner’s Manual Pages 6, 7
A common ground switching system may be used you will have to connect the common ground wire to the black terminal marked “chassis”, and the two outside terminals (one black, and one red) become the “hot” signal leads and may then be routed through the switching system of your choice. (The red terminal marked “chassis” remains unused.) At this point, there is no electrical conflict in terms of ground or signal leads; however, in order to preserve phase integrity, the wires that connect to each left speaker in the system must be reversed 180.
The last line addresses the phase integrity issue that you mentioned sorry if I wasn’t specific enough in my last post.
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