Connect wires to speakers
Strip approximately 3/8” of insulation from each speaker wire conductor.
Separate the braid in two, twist together and connect to the black and red push-to-insert-style terminals on each in-wall and in-ceiling speaker.
Mount the speakers using the flip-out screw brackets.
For maximum sound output, make sure you wire your speakers "in phase" by running the conductor from the "+" on the connection kit to the red terminal on the speaker and the "-" to the black terminal on the speaker.
Connect the subwoofer directly to the subwoofer output connectors on the back of your receiver/amplifier with an RCA cable.
If connecting through 1-Port Wall Outlet mentioned earlier, at the outlet location terminate the coax cable with an RG-6QS connector.
Connect RG6-QS to the RCA to F-Connector insert, snap insert into 1-Port Wall Plate and mount the Wall Plate in the outlet bracket.
Connect the subwoofer to the 1-Port Wall Plate with an RCA cable.
Note: To maximize efficiency for your in-ceiling speakers, you can build a speaker back box as described on the speaker Instruction/Installation sheet. Before mounting the speaker, fill the back box cavity with a good quality insulation. After mounting, cover the cavity with a piece of plywood or MDF to complete the back box. If you have access to the wall, you can also build back boxes for your in-wall speakers using the same techniques.