Does White speaker wire go to red or black?
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.
Why do my speaker wires have 4 wires?
Why does my speaker wire have 4 wires? Speakers have 4 terminals to allow for bi-wiring connections. Compared to speakers that have 2 terminals, the varieties that have 4 are capable of bi-wiring.
Is red or black positive speaker wire?
typically, the positive wire is red and the ground, or negative, is black. However, most speaker wires don’t do colors. Good news is, with speakers it doesn’t really matter which one you choose as your positive and which as your negative, just so long as you are consistent.