How to use banana plugs

Copper Speaker Banana Plugs

Copper Speaker Banana Plugs

Banana plugs are plugs attached top speaker wire, these plugs have a slight selling to make absolute positive contact with the circuit they are supplying. Compare to the honored RCA plugs, banana plugs hold more solidly when plugged in and have a larger contact area crisper low voltage transmission. Basically, there are different types plug we could find: open screw type, close screw type,PIN crimp type, copper speaker type.

Let’s begin to show the process of using banana plugs now

1.Cut the speak wire’s jacket about 2 inches by using the wire side cutters. And you will see two inner wires.

2.Then also remove the wire stripper. This will expose the bare wire which we need to work with. Using the wire stripper place the cutting edge, strip off a little bit of the copper.

3.Insert the cable into the bottom of the banana plug. Expose a little bit of the copper than fan it out. Screw back on the top of the banana plug.

4.Repeat this process for the other side of the cable

5.Strip the jacket off the other end of the wires. Attach the banana plugs as you did on the other end of the wire.

6.Take the close screw banana plugs and plug them into your device. Take the pin type banana plugs and plug them into your speakers.


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Dual Copper Speaker Banana Plugs

Dual Copper Speaker Banana Plugs

Pin Crimp Type

Pin Crimp Type

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