Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I bought Nexxtech banana connectors from Circuit City. I am not able to figure out how to connect the wires to them. It seems like the plastic cover should come out and allow me to unscrew the screw I see inside but the plastic cover is stuck on tight.How do I connect the wires to them? They are NOT the crimping style. They are supposed to be the toolless kind.
SOURCE: Onkyo tx ds595
Yes, the speakerconns can have bananas, you have to remove the little plasticcovers in the middle of the conns...also you can use thick wire with this connectors...
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
SOURCE: Pioneer VSX-815 speaker wiring
You can hook them up either way, the banana jacks are good for hooking two speakers to one terminal (ie one through the botton, one banana) but the electrical connection is the same either way. Sometimes the banana capable jacks are on speakers A and speakers B, and the surround don't accept banana plugs, your stuck with how your reciever is wired.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
SOURCE: Installation of banana plugs
Well it really has to do with the type of banna plug used. Some can be soldered, crimped or just threaded on to the wire. Do you have a make and model I can sheck for you? My guess is the later look inside for threads kinda like a wire nut.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
unscrew the insulated plastic cover off the back. There is usually a screw to loosen and wrap the wire under and retighten. Or lay the wire in the end and solder it.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
Had a set of bose AM-10 that I had to take back cuz Sony said that their receivers needed a powered sub woofer. got AM-15's and hooked them up-AMAZING SOUND.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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