Originally Posted by Wilder Amplification
When wiring speakers, at some point you're going to have two wires on the same terminal. One wire will be the feed which the speaker it's connected to draws power through, while the other will be the feed to the next speaker down the chain.
You seem to have the right idea. Each pair of speakers should be wired in parallel with each other (i.e. the (+) of speaker 1 in pair A would wire up to the (+) of speaker 2 in pair A while the (-) of speaker 1 in pair A would wire up to the (-) of speaker 2 in pair A. Same applies for the B pair. Then a second set of wires would go from speaker 1 in pair a to the impedance switch. Same for pair B.
Thanks so much for the reply! Yes that makes perfect sense to me and that is exactly how I wired up my cabinet. Now my final question is, since you have to wire 2 separate wires to one terminal when working with an Impedance switch and solder only terminals, isn't that essentially the same as doing it with 1 wire? As long as you remove the insulation of the wire halfway through, solder it to the terminal of speaker 1 pair a, running 1 wire end to the impedance switch and the other end to the same charge terminal of speaker 2 pair a? Just like the diagram I posted above in my third post, the attachment titles 1 wire. If you could answer this last question I will be all set man, thanks for all your help!