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AVR-300 banana plugs?

Discussion in 'Arcam Owners' Forum' started by Barend, May 8, 2004.

  1. Barend

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    Does this baby accept normal banana plugs now or are the horrible hollow plugs still required?
    Not that they're so bad, but it's impossible to get DECENT plugs accepting 6 mm wire...
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    Speaker connections on the AVR300 are what they are on the AVR200. Binding posts that accept bare wire and spade or BFA connectors.

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    My AVR200 will accept banana plugs as well as those mentioned by Dean, unless my understanding of banana plugs is all wrong. ;)
     
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    Well I don't know what they are on the AVR-200, so my real question remains- how can I connect 6mm cable to the outputs?
    And do 6mm BFA plugs exist?

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    Monster Cable makes speaker cable pins that accomodate heavy duty speaker cable. I expect you might be able to attach those to the binding posts.

    Dean
     

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