I''ve been running my QSC RMX 2450 bridged into an 8ohm cab for years. However, I just purchased a new SWR Goliath III (8ohm) that has a pair of speakon jacks on the back. According to the manual on my QSC, when bridged the speakon pin +1 goes to the poitive speaker terminal while the +2 speakon pin goes to the negative speaker terminal. For this application I'm going to be making my own speakon cables. I understand how the speakon connector should be wired on the amp side - but my question is: How is the speakon jack on the back of the SWR wired? It says nothing in the SWR's manual. My understanding is that a standard speakon connector is wired +1/-1 to the +/- speaker terminals respectively. Is this how the SWR's speakon is wired? And if so, would I make the speakon cable going from the amp to the cab as: Amp side +1 to Cab side +1 and Amp side +2 to Cab side -1 ? Hope this makes sense. I believe I have it - but wanted to make sure and not blow anything up. Thanks in advance.