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Banana plugs

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by mart.stokes, Aug 6, 2001.

  1. mart.stokes

    mart.stokes
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    No there is no advantage to the sound quality but the convenience is just great! I can now remove and replace my speakers from their position in seconds (so I can hoover behind them) compared to the ten minutes fiddling about before. It doesn't matter if you use them at one end and not the other.

    If you use them make certain everything is tight or get them put on for you by a specialist firm. If they are not put on properly they may do harm to the sound. The most you can hope for with 'nana plugs is for everything to remain the same soundwise!
     
  2. wah

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    Thanks for the info.

    I went down to a local dealer earlier to ask about them and he showed me how I was supposed to thread the cable through - I'd threaded it through the top bit rather the little hole in the middle - DOH!
     
  3. wah

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    just wanted to know if these offer any advantages compared with just threading the cable through the the connection screw (apart from being more conveinient plugging in and out) and also should both ends of the cable be fitted with one?

    thanks.

    [ 06-08-2001: Message edited by: Spectre ]</p>
     

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