Convert Speaker Wire to Rca?

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A person can convert speaker wire to RCA by cutting the speaker wire appropriately. The insulation needs to be stripped on both ends. The negative lead needs to be held against the speaker wire.
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1. Pull apart the two leads of the speaker wire for a distance of two inches. Speaker wire consists of two separate insulated wires, or leads, that are attached to each other. 2.
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Just connect the sub's analog inputs (RCA) to the reciever's analog outputs.
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Of course you can. Go to your local Radio Shack, they have some that do not require soldering. Hope that helps.
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