I have been looking at the wiring diagrams for the SDA's in the sticky and think I understand them for the most part. I just want to be sure I am seeing something correctly. I will be using the SRS's for reference only though this seems to apply to several different models in their respective series.
The SRS interconnect connections are reversed internally in the left and right cabinets (the positive signal wire is attached to the top larger blade in one cabinet and to the smaller lower blade in the opposite cabinet) (leaving the other blade connected through a high pass filter to the dimensional array). In the 1.2 and 1.2TL, the negative signal lead is connected to the pin terminal inside BOTH cabinets and the negative side of the dimensional array is connected to the blade terminal in BOTH cabinets. This would have the negative signal lead tied together from 1 cabinet to the other cabinet (something already done in a common ground amplifier if I am not mistaken), and the negative leads front the dimensional array running to the negative leads of the other cabinets dimensional array.
Is this correct or am I missing something?