Clean up and strengthen your speaker cable connections with these banana plugs that feature gold plated connectors, non-conductive plastic casing, and tight cable-screw design.
How to Install Cinch Banana PlugsThe Cinch Banana Plugs
- Unscrew the Cinch banana plug with a Phillips screwdriver.
- Feed the wire into the hole on the bottom of the banana plug.
- Making sure the holes in the outer casing and the inner plug line up, tighten the screw on the side to secure the wire.
What Are Banana Plugs?
Today, many electronics use the banana plug interface, also known as a binding post (referring to this connection in its female form). This female binding post connection that accepts this banana plug is found commonly 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.
High Grade/Professional Design
These premium grade banana plugs are made of heavy, high-quality steel and gold plating for a lifetime of use. The inner head (where the speaker cable is internally fastened) includes a small flat-head screw which tightens on the inserted speaker cable. Under even the most hardcore conditions, you will at least always be able to rest assured that your speaker connections are nice and safe.
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- Gold-plated connectors
- Compatible with 14 gauge to 18 gauge wire
- Non-conductive plastic casing