I have had a pair of SDA SRS 1.2tl for a few weeks now and I am trying to just make sense of the proprietary cable for my own mental health.
Not having the original interconnect, I was told on this forum that the only cable I need to hook up between speakers is the "pin" cable. Therefore I only have one length of wire connecting the two speakers.
It is my understanding that at any given moment, the right channel is sending the surround effect signal to the left channel and vice versa.
How is this possible with just one wire connecting the two speakers? Wouldn't there need to be two wires connecting them?
I looked at the schematics and it appears that the "blade" connector is connected to ground. Would that mean that connecting the blades together in effect create a common ground scenario that would be dangerous to the amplifier/speakers?
Thanks so much!!