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Recommendations for banana plugs.

scubadoo

Active Member
Hello,

I've just fitted my Nexxia speaker wall plates and now i need to choose some banana plugs. I've never used them before so advice would be appreciated.

Cable is Audioquest Slip 16/2.

Is it worth spending more on QED screwloc or Audioquest Suregrip 100 over the Fisual Easy fix?

It's been a long time in the works so can't wait to finally get the cinema up and running!

Thanks
Dave
 

rorton

Active Member
Ive had some great results with these

I like the idea of the single centre pin that makes the connection, the other type seem to go slack after a while i find.

I didn't use the plastic covers that came with them, i used heat shrink instead

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Deleted member 24354

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The Fisual banana plugs (Amazon £12 for 10 plugs) are as good as anybody elses. You can spend a lot of money but as long as the basic build quality is good, then they will all pretty much do a similar job (no matter what the marketing material says).
 

scubadoo

Active Member
The Fisual banana plugs (Amazon £12 for 10 plugs) are as good as anybody elses. You can spend a lot of money but as long as the basic build quality is good, then they will all pretty much do a similar job (no matter what the marketing material says).

Thanks, that's what I went with in the end. They seem really good quality at a reasonable price and I had no problems with any of them. I used the straight ones in the amp and wall plates and the 90 degree version for the back of the amp.
 

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