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Banana Plugs simple screw type in Copper
Huge seller, fantastic quality/price for a Professional instal.
We thought the last lot were good, but these new Banana's are even a better design and simply superb quality, these are the best Banana's plugs we've ever seen! Very neat and very impressive, expect to pay up to $10 per set... not here!
No more messing about with wire trying to instal into your receiver, no bare wires touching.
- Open Screw Type Banana Plugs with lug.
- Can accept 12 to 18 AWG speaker wires.
- Color coded black/red rings for maintaining proper polarity.
- Secure, positive contact with binding posts.
- Corrosion resistant, gold plated finish.
- Copper body construction and ferromanganese tips. Gold plated.
- Single order is one pair of 2 Banana plugs - one red, one black banded).
What is a banana plug?
Banana plugs are useful to 'terminate' your speaker cables and make for a nice neat instal and save any short circuits by not using bare cable ends. The pin has springs on the sides and depresses onceinserted into receiver amplifier, keeping the plug in place
Why use a banana plug?
Some say by using a Banana plug it plug improves the connection between the cable and component it's connected to as no bare cables is there. It also makes it more convenient plugging in speakers during installation. The rear of a receiver isn't easy to get to and the amount of space between the binding posts is usually very close.
Attaching Banana plugs
To instal a Banana plug set is vey simple, there is one cable for red and another for black for correct polarity, prepare cable ends by removing 2cm or so of outer covering, fold copper cable over with a twist, undo end knurled screw, insert one cable into side and do up. Make sure there are no cable strands hanging out and that you insert into correct cable colour (should have a red stripe or such on one cable strand and black on the other strand), insert each colour show around correct corresponding binding post on receiver and speaker, failure to do so can lead to no audio, speaker or receiver faults.
When connected, you have a professional installation.
Been a huge seller due to solid quality...