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Connecting the speaker to the power amplifier

The terminals accept:
• 6mm (1/4-in) spades (fit them under the sliding collar);
• Bared wire ends;
• 4mm banana plugs.

Always screw the terminal caps tightly to optimize connection and signal transmission.


Important safety information

All connections should be made with the equipment switched off.
The cable pods used in the loudspeakers are high quality connectors in gold plated copper. These are made on Blumenhofer Acoustics specifications and are intended to transport the signal in the best and most neutral way possible.
They are stable connectors but should be handled carefully.


Connecting Single-Wiring

Connect the positive terminal on the speaker (colored red and marked with "+") to the positive output terminal of the amplifier and negative (colored black and marked with "-") to negative. Incorrect connection can result in poor imaging and loss of bass.
During connection it is very important not to apply tangential forces to the binding pods. This might lead to breaks of the binding pod.
To reduce the risk of break of the binding pods, it is to turn clockwise the pod to close it before inserting a banana plug (Fig. 2). If you try to insert the banana plug with open pod (Fig. 3) then it might break: this damage is not covered by warranty.
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This connection could damage the power amplifier or the Loudspeakers.
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This connection could damage the power amplifier or the Loudspeakers.
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Wrong poling connection

Connecting Bi-Wiring

Correct connected

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Correct connections: red cable to red terminal

Wrong connected

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This connection with bridges could damage power amplifier or the Loudspeakers.