AmazonBasics Banana Plugs - Deadbolt Type, 6 Pairs
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- 6 pairs of deadbolt-type banana plugs (12 plugs total) for easily installing speakers
- Self-crimping teeth for easy installation
- Durable 24k gold plating provides corrosion protection and ensures high-quality audio
- Female connection on base of each plug for connecting multiple speakers from a single output
- Accepts 12 to 18 AWG speaker wires
- includes black and red rings for color coding the wires
- 1 year limited warranty
- For customer service and warranty related queries please contact us: [1800-419-0416] (available Monday to Saturday from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM except national holidays)
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From the manufacturer
24k Gold Plating for Clear Audio
The banana plugs feature 24k gold plating for smooth connections and optimal performance. The durable design protects against corrosion while ensuring long-lasting, high-quality audio with no distortion.
- Connect multiple speakers from a single speaker output
- Reduces common issues such as frayed or loose wires
- Results in a clean, professional look
Female Connection Option
Each banana plug provides a female banana-plug connection on the bottom. This makes it possible to connect multiple speakers from a single speaker output.
Each pair of AmazonBasics banana plugs includes one black ring and one red ring, which make it easy to color code speaker wires. Check connections at a glance and easily maintain correct polarity with help from the clearly colored rings.
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for reference, i am running a pair of KEF Q350's for the front channels (on Sound Foundations Nemesis stands), a Q-Acoustics Concept Centre Channel and a pair of Bostons Acoustics A26's driven through a Marantz SR6013 AVR and a Marantz PM6006(as a power amp for the KEF Q350s), so the system is transparent enough to easily convey any shortfall in whichever component is introduced into the setup.
The most advantageous part is, it doesn't need to be soldered with the speaker wire. The mechanism is so good the wires are held very fast and doesn't loose out.
Plugs fit snugly in the 4mm Banana plug sockets.
Doesn't know about the material but it's non magnetic. Should be copper.
Using this certainly made the cable Management more organised.
I however cannot say if these improved the sound quality because I cannot make out the difference, but at the same time I can say these didn't reduce the sound quality either.
I would certainly recommend for the fact that these don't degrade quality but makes cable Management better.
I used 18 gauge audio cable ( pure copper /oxygen free ) and I can say that using banana plugs scores over
other type of connections that are either cumbersome or need delicate soldering to make it fit.
If I had to pick a negative point, the red colouring of positive terminal can be more bright reddish in colour. No issue with the build quality or ease of use. This is the best banana plug you can get in India.
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I've not bothered before because I didn't want to mess about with tiny grub screws, etc, so when I discovered these I decided to give it a go.
As my speaker wire is relatively new, I didn't have to trim the ends off. Putting them on was far easier than I anticipated. It took around one minute to do each one carefully.
So very simple.
The plugs are well made and the cables are gripped in very tightly so they won't come out if snagged on anything.
The fit into the binding post is ok. Not a tight as I'd have liked but they stay in securely. Have wiggled the cables to see if it breaks connectivity but it doesn't.
There is also no degradation of sound either.
I cannot fault them at all. Just wish I'd done this sooner.
The only down side was of my own doing, I should have bought the larger pack, to allow me to easily compare new / old speakers...