Hello, I recently purchased an empty 4x10 that was originally an 8 ohm cab, but the most recent owner had loaded it with four 16 ohm speakers and re-wired to make it a 4 ohm cabinet. The cab has been gutted except for 2 black wires and 2 red wires coming in from the input jack plate. The two black wires are wired to the same area and the two red wires are wired to a different area. I recently purchased four 8 ohm speakers and I want to wire this back to make an 8 ohm cabinet. I don't know anything about electronics, electricity, or wiring so I was hoping someone out there could give me very specific instructions on how to wire this up correctly so that it's an 8 ohm cab and so that there are no phase issues with the speakers. I have seen wiring diagrams and schematics on the internet, but I don't understand them. From what I've read, I need to do a combination of parallel and series wiring to accomplish this, somehow wiring two speakers together one way and then the the other two the same way and then somehow connecting them a different way, only I have no idea what to do. What I'm hoping for when I ask for very specific instructions is someone to say: "1. Take black wire one from input jack and wire it to ____ post (positive or negative) on speaker X (1-4) 2. Take black wire two from input jack and wire it to ___ post on speaker ____ 3. Take red wire from input jack and wire it to ____" 4. Etc. Going wire-by-wire throughout the cab until it's all finished. Even if someone opened their 8 ohm 4 x 10 and told me exactly where each wire went to and from, that may help me too. Thanks in advance for anyone who takes the time to reply with thorough instructions.