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See if one terminal on the subwoofer wider than the other. Sometimes the wide one is designated by the negative terminal. You can also hook a AA battery to the terminals and see if the cone tries to go out when the + terminal is contacted with the + terminal of the battery, if the cone tries to go in, then that is the negative terminal. Even if you hook it up wrong, it won't cause any real problem. If after hooking it up and trying the sub, you feel the bass isn't a full as you want, try reversing the leads. Hope this helps. Dennis
 
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