MIT Cable Direction

I have some MIT Terminator 2 speaker cables and IC's with the network boxes.

I did not notice any arrows on the cables to show direction of the signal.

Do the network boxes on the speaker cables go closest to the speaker or amplifier?

Same type of question on the IC's. Closest to the amplifier or reciever preouts?

Thanks

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  • GlennDogGlennDog Posts: 1,237
    teamjhertz wrote: »

    Do the network boxes on the speaker cables go closest to the speaker or amplifier?

    Yes!
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  • BlueMDPickerBlueMDPicker Old Polk Posts: 6,461
    "The arrows on the cable indicate the direction of signal flow — the network box closest to the destination. (Reversing the direction will affect the sonic performance of the system!)
    Note: MIT Reference interfaces always have at least two large Terminator boxes. The plates on the boxes are marked "Input" and "Output" to help determine signal flow. The "Input" terminator end should be connected to the source, while the "Output" terminator end connects to the destination."

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  • teamjhertzteamjhertz Posts: 253
    Thanks for the link.
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