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Working around HAFLER touring ( SPEAKON ) and NS10M ( BAREWIRE)
Old 16th January 2007
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🎧 15 years
Working around HAFLER touring ( SPEAKON ) and NS10M ( BAREWIRE)

I have this Hafler sr2800, but the speaker connection is something called SPEAKON, I was wondering how I could make it work with the barewiring NS 10M connection, but I dont' know how to make this work. Any ideas?
I would be very thankful with tips about this tnx.
Old 16th January 2007
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Sukks2bu's Avatar
🎧 15 years
As far as I know, the speakon can come in a few veriaties. Standard would have only 1-pair of wires ( +1 and -1 positive and negative) therefore, you would cut one end off the speakon that you want to attach to the ns10, and put the +1 on the positive and the -1 on the negative.

You could have up to 4 pairs of wires if its an nl8 conector. this is used for a full pa with subs and horns where you would have +1 and -1, +2 and -2, etc. If this is the case, Im not totally sure, but you could use just the +1 and -1 pair only and attach it to your ns10.

I hope this helps.
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