Copper Speaker Banana End Plugs Pins 10pcs £5.25 @ Sold by Monoprice UK and Fulfilled by Amazon  (free delivery £10 spend/prime/Amazon locker)
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Copper Speaker Banana End Plugs Pins 10pcs £5.25 @ Sold by Monoprice UK and Fulfilled by Amazon (free delivery £10 spend/prime/Amazon locker)

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Found 18th May 2014
RRP £22.33
now £5.25
dispatched by Amazon

Designed for use with amplifiers/speakers fitted with traditional binding posts or spring clip connectors
Use of the plugs ensures an easier and safer connection with no chance of stray wire strands creating a short across contacts
Accepts bare wire or spades
Accepts 12 to 18 AWG speaker wires

you will still need to purchase £10 or over to get free delivery on these or you could get 2 packs of these...

4 Comments

not banana plugs, they are £5.94
Edited by: "powerbrick" 18th May 2014

powerbrick

not banana plugs, they are £5.94



Yes I agree, traditional banana plugs are 4mm and have a curved spring connector which gives them the name. These seem to be a lot thinner, maybe 1.02mm (18 awg) it isn't clear from the description. They look quite thin. Personally I wouldn't use them, if your speaker will take real banana plugs. Much less contact resistance. Also as a revuer mentions, the solid metal body means there is a danger than they could connect together with disastrous results for the amplifier.
I thought real banana plugs had been banned under EU regulation, but it appears not, everybody's selling them!

Edited by: "jasee" 19th May 2014

they are pin

jasee

Yes I agree, traditional banana plugs are 4mm and have a curved spring … Yes I agree, traditional banana plugs are 4mm and have a curved spring connector which gives them the name. These seem to be a lot thinner, maybe 1.02mm (18 awg) it isn't clear from the description. They look quite thin. Personally I wouldn't use them, if your speaker will take real banana plugs. Much less contact resistance. Also as a revuer mentions, the solid metal body means there is a danger than they could connect together with disastrous results for the amplifier.I thought real banana plugs had been banned under EU regulation, but it appears not, everybody's selling them!



these are pin plugs.

yes banana plugs are banned in eu, as they stupid enough to plug them into a wall socket. perfectly legal in the uk
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