Pros: I have used a great many banana plugs over the years. These are not the best but close. For the price though they are an unbeatable value
Cons: It is hard to say there is any cons because these are exactly as described. If it is not what you want don't buy them but you will never find anything better in this price range.
Other Comments: Good quality at a great price
DNW | Jan 1, 2012
Open-Screw Banana Plugs
Ensure the best connection between your speaker cable and your receiver unit with these open-screw banana plugs. Banana plugs also ensure that you'll only have to wire your speakers up once, rather than stuff the unterminated speaker cable into your receiver and hope that it never comes out.
How to Install Open-Screw Banana Plugs
- Unscrew the bottom of the banana plug.
- Feed the wire through the hole in the center of the bottom screw OR feed the wire through hole in the side so the speaker wire conductor makes contact with the top of the plug.
- Screw the bottom of the banana plug back up till it tightens down on the speaker wire, securing it to the banana plug.
- Your speaker wire is now ready for connection.
Easy To Install
Banana plugs make installing speakers much easier. Instead of unscrewing the connectors in the back of your receiver and wrapping the speaker conductor around those screws, utilize the banana plug holes with these banana plugs.
Attaching the banana plug to the speaker itself is easy. These open faced banana plugs allow you to simply feed some of the bare copper conductor into the hole and clamp it down with the screw.
Each banana plug also features a female banana plug connection on the bottom, allowing you to connect multiple speakers from a single speaker output. This serves as a splitter, allowing you to mirror the sound as many times as necessary.
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