Is green speaker wire positive or negative?
The color code for four-conductor wire is speaker one: Red (positive), Black (negative) speaker two: White (positive), Green (negative). Its purpose is to carry an electrical signal (voltage and current) from the amplifier (or the amplifier section of a receiver) to the speakers.
Which wire on speaker wire is positive?
Colour-coding: Speaker wires are often colour-coded, which will help you remember which one is positive and which one is negative. The most common colour coding is red and black, where red is positive and black is negative.
What color wires are positive and negative?
The coloring is as follows: The positive current must be red. The negative current must be black. The ground wire, if present, must be white or grey.