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Banana Plugs and 3802

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by john-boro, Jan 16, 2003.

  1. john-boro

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    Has anybody found a way of removing the blanking plate on the denon 3802, so banana plugs can be used? Jeez what a stupid law about the mains socket thing :(
    any help great :)

    john
     
  2. Jase

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    Hi John

    Inside the binding posts are little rubber bungs, just use a small screwdriver to pop them out.:)
     
  3. john-boro

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    thanks a lot Jase, will do. :)


    now maybe I will get down to helping some people myself :D lol


    john
     
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    Wow!!!

    Thank you guys.
    I've just checked my Pioneer 2011, and yes-inside binding posts are tiny plastic tubes. It's tricky to remove them, but possible :D

    Why do they prohibit using banana plugs?

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  5. john-boro

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    cos they are just the right width to fit in those european mains sockets :rolleyes: It's very weird :confused:
    john
     

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