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I assume you are talking about a 3.5mm cable.
 
Red is the right channel. That's a standard in the audio industry.
 
In an RCA plug, white is left channel. However, black could also be left. If I were to take an educated guess, I'd go with white being left channel and black being ground.
In an RCA plug, white is left channel. However, black could also be left. If I were to take an educated guess, I'd go with white being left channel and black being ground.
 
What I suggest you do is get a [https://www.adafruit.com/product/1700|3.5mm plug], and wire it up. Wire each color to the same contacts as the previous cable if you remember where they where. Play it very quietly, and make sure you can hear both channels, as well as correct stereo orientation. No damage should come to your system as long as you play it quietly.
 
If you are try to wire something else, please [guide|21499|attach some images] and tell us your exact model and brand.

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Editado por: George A. ,

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I assume you are talking about a 3.5mm cable.
 
Red is the right channel. That's a standard in the audio industry.
 
In an RCA plug, white is left channel. However, black could also be left. If I were to guess, I'd go with white being left channel and black being ground.
 
What I suggest you do is get a [https://www.adafruit.com/product/1700|3.5mm plug], and wire it up. Wire each color to the same contacts as the previous cable if you remember where they where. Play it very quietly, and make sure you can hear both channels, as well as correct stereo orientation. No damage should come to your system as long as you play it quietly.
What I suggest you do is get a [https://www.adafruit.com/product/1700|3.5mm plug], and wire it up. Wire each color to the same contacts as the previous cable if you remember where they where. Play it very quietly, and make sure you can hear both channels, as well as correct stereo orientation. No damage should come to your system as long as you play it quietly.
 
If you are try to wire something else, please [guide|21499|attach some images] and tell us your exact model and brand.

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Editado por: George A. ,

Texto:

I assume you are talking about a 3.5mm cable.
 
Red is the right channel. That's a standard in the audio industry.
 
In an RCA plug, white is left channel. However, black could also be left. If I were to guess, I'd go with white being left channel and black being ground.
 
What I suggest you do is get a [https://www.adafruit.com/product/1799|3.5mmhttps://www.adafruit.com/product/1700|3.5mm plug], and wire it up. Play it very quietly, and make sure you can hear both channels, as well as correct stereo orientation. No damage should come to your system as long as you play it quietly.
What I suggest you do is get a [https://www.adafruit.com/product/1799|3.5mmhttps://www.adafruit.com/product/1700|3.5mm plug], and wire it up. Play it very quietly, and make sure you can hear both channels, as well as correct stereo orientation. No damage should come to your system as long as you play it quietly.
 
If you are try to wire something else, please [guide|21499|attach some images] and tell us your exact model and brand.

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Postagem original de: George A. ,

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I assume you are talking about a 3.5mm cable.

Red is the right channel. That's a standard in the audio industry.

In an RCA plug, white is left channel. However, black could also be left. If I were to guess, I'd go with white being left channel and black being ground.

What I suggest you do is get a [https://www.adafruit.com/product/1799|3.5mm plug], and wire it up. Play it very quietly, and make sure you can hear both channels, as well as correct stereo orientation. No damage should come to your system as long as you play it quietly.

If you are try to wire something else, please [guide|21499|attach some images] and tell us your exact model and brand.

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