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The speaker binding posts broke off, how can I replace them and is it very complicated to do?

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Recivers binding post wont tighten

SORRY but FIXYA can not fix them for you .

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My Yamaha RX-V563 receiver displays "Check Speaker

Look closely at the rear connector panel of the receiver and look for pieces of stray strand wire that may be touching the speaker A binding post and the receiver chassis. If you are not using strand wire connection to the binding post then check whatever connector type you are using such as banana plug or spade plug for breakage or corrosion, the same goes for the speaker cable itself which isn't always so easy to detect. A few broken strands can cause a problem.
If it is clean, turn off the receiver and disconnect the speaker cable. Check the binding post for tightness; if you can wiggle it then it is broken and needs to be replaced.

Oct 03, 2011 | Yamaha RX-V563 Receiver

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I have a Monster cable running from my receiver to my sub. The end broke of and it has a braided copper shield like coax and the in the middle it has two seperate jacketed wires in the middle. One is...

Is this CABLE with RCA plugs? The best way is to Ohm out the two wires and the orher end od the cable to see if the inner two wires are tied together or it is using double ground connections. The braid wire is for the shield/ ground fro sure.
If you want to use the binding post , you need to feed it from the speaker output terminals of the receiver since the binding posts are made for speaker level signal, not audio line level used for the RCA jack (much lower signal level than the speaker level).

Jun 21, 2011 | Televison & Video

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Where can i get mission gold plated binding posts from ?

I am assuming that you are after gold binding posts for a Mission speaker.

You could look on eBay for a used pair, and salvage the necessary part.

Also you can purchase aftermarket binding posts, which come in all shapes and sizes. is a great resource. Here is the specific link for their binding posts:

Mar 16, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I need some replacement binding posts for my MS 100 center speaker. Where can i buy them?

Try one of the oldest DIY stores

Mar 08, 2011 | Mitsubishi MS100 Speaker

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Receiver shuts off as volume is turned up beyond

try connecting only 1 speaker at a time. try it on each of the binding posts (connection terminals), crank it up to locate which one of the speaker terminals is overloading the amplifier.

Then connect a different speaker to that terminal to see if it still overloads. This should determine if its the speaker that is overloading that particular terminal or if something is wrong with the amplifier.

Just for fun make sure that the cables you are using don't have any fraying and that none of the speaker binding posts have any loose strands of wire possibly grounding out to the chassis of the receiver.

Dec 30, 2009 | Pioneer VSX-819H-K A/V Receiver

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How does the speaker wire physically connect to the Harman Kardon DPR 2005?

You have 7 pairs of plastic binding posts.

Unscrew the post until it comes out an eighth of an inch.

You will see two spaces in the black plastic one at the top and one at the bottom of each binding post. That space is for the wire. Strip half an inch of jacket off your speaker wire and slip the stripped part inside the hole and screw the binding post down on it and it will squeeze the wire against the contacts.

If you find that difficult since the posts are so close tommorow, a "Banana Jack" may be put on the wire then pushed into the hole in the binding post.

It is difficult to describe in writing but onece you see it you will understand.

Black posts are the negative, they are all on a common ground. Coloured posts are positive.

Dec 23, 2009 | Harman Kardon DPR 2005 Receiver

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