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    Default Which terminals are which???

    Are the top terminals on my Monitor 70's for the highs/tweeters, and the bottom for my mids/woofers???

    If yes as I believe, is this a universal truth and the way ALL speakers are designed?

    Thanks for your help

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    yes that's correct.... if you remove the metal jumpers then they work separately.. with the jumpers in place they were in tandem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brtt485 View Post
    If yes as I believe, is this a universal truth and the way ALL speakers are designed?
    This is universal. I have never seen it anyother way, but I would expect it to be labeled if it was.

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