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It's a bit confusing, because of the way it's phrased. My concern was/is that nothing should connect together the two negative speaker terminals, and it read as though the ground connection did or does so. Leaving the cable unconnected at the speaker end is not the issue.
What you should have is black and red for each channel going to the respective black and red on the speakers. The additional ground should be connected to the chassis or a grounding post on the amplifier. You could connect
Rabski... I think it's possible you may have misunderstood my post? I'm leaving the source end as the cables came. I won't be connecting the ground lead to anything at the speaker end. Initially I considered re-terminating the source end, freeing the ground wire and then attaching it to the earth on the amplifier, but the seller said it would be fine as it is - it's under the heat shrink holding the two negative cables together as they go into one banana plug / amp binding post. If that is wr