Deadbolt Banana Plugs
Get the most out of your home audio system by ensuring the best connection from your speaker cable to your receiver with Deadbolt Banana plugs. Using self-crimping teeth these plugs provide a simple, secure, and low profile connection without requiring soldering or screws.
How to Install Deadbolt Banana Plugs
- Unscrew the cap off the Deadbolt Banana Plug.
- Feed the bare conductor of the speaker wire through the center hole of the banana plug.
- Bend the wires of the speaker wire down around the teeth.
- Replace the cap to secure the speaker wire.
- Your Deadbolt Banana Plug is ready for connection.
All in all you should only need about 30 seconds for this entire operation.
What Are Banana Plugs?
Many electronics use the banana plug interface, also known as binding post (referring to this connection in its female form). This female binding post connection that accepts this banana plug is found on virtually all audio/video receivers, speaker wall plates, and more.
Banana plugs offer an alternative to inserting a bare speaker wire into the equipment. Often a bare speaker connection is not as reliable as a guaranteed banana plug connection. Wires tend to get pulled out or frizzy after time passes. Banana plugs require only one install, giving you a permanent and robust connector at the end of your speaker wire.