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Banana Plugs

Why Banana Plugs?

Banana plugs are the alternative to using bare wire when connecting your speakers to your surround receiver. Traditionally, wire is run between the speakers and the receiver where the ends are stripped of their rubber coating, leaving a bare metal wire to connect. In most receivers and speakers a clumsy screw is used to clamp down on the bare metal, which can take a few tries to get right. That is why people are increasingly choosing to use banana plugs in their surround sound setup. Banana plugs attach at the ends of your speaker wire, allowing you to simply plug in the end of the banana plug to achieve a solid connection between the wire and the terminal.

Here are a few packs of Banana Plugs that are available:

1 Pair 5 Pair 12 Pair 1 Pair Premium 5 Pair Premium 12 Pair Premium
$1.95 $6.95 $15.95 $3.95 $14.95 $29.95

Without Banana Plugs...

Anyone who has ever wired a surround system without banana plugs can attest to the frustration caused by bare-wire connections. With a 7.1 surround sound setup- 15 connections are needed on the receiver (2 per speaker and 1 for the sub). When the time comes to move your receiver, a daunting task awaits.

With Banana Plugs...

With banana plugs, bare wires are set within the banana plug and it functions like any other plug. Whenever you need to move your receiver it's as easy as unplugging your wires. With 15 connections behind your receiver you'll be grateful for the convenience.

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