Kind of piggy-backing off another thread I started, however I ran into a new problem..
I just bought 2 of these:
Amazon.com: Scosche SW1004 10" 450 Watt subwoofer: Electronics
I also bought a sub enclosure made to fit 2 10" subs,
the enclosure itself has 2 easy quick connects on the back for running pos and neg speaker wire to it. However the 10" subs themselves has some weird looking metal bracket mounted where the speaker wire is sautered on. It's shaped like a U with 2 tiny holes through the arms. they are easy to bend. The speakers came with absolutely no wiring instructions, and I want to know how I am going to attach the wire correctly to the speaker.
The inside of the enclosure has some sort of metal arm similiar to the ones on the speaker, but almost looks like I could crimp a spade connector to a wire and slide it over, then bend it.
Sorry, best way I can describe the scenario.
Never wired speakers to this type of connector, i'd almost be tempted to just twist the wire around the brackets, and just bend the arms in with needle nose pliers, but there has to be a neater way.