|In answer to a common wiring question from Recording.Org "Wiring a Speaker"|
|You should have a standard Switchcraft 11 mono TS jack like this.
[I've colorized the parts so you can see which are positive and negative]
|You'll notice on a jack like this one tab is more circular at the end - it's the positive.
If that's not the case, you'll notice the negative is the one that comes in contact with the sleeve.
In any case, you can follow the big tab that comes in contact with the tip to the positive solder tab.
If you can solder it neatly without any stray strands of wire and keep the polarity straight you're golden.
Some would prefer crimping a quick disconnect connector on the speaker end of the wire to make it easier to swap speakers later.
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