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How do I connect the speaker wire to these keystone banana jack terminals? I plan to use banana jacks on the room side (obviously) but the in-wall side is confusing to me. I see it can accomodate a banana jack too but the threaded cap makes it look like I should be able to use bare wire too - the only trouble looks to be the hole for the wire is too high on the threads for this terminal.
Replacing Banana Plug connection in Boston Acoustics Tower Speaker
I have now had to replace all of the banana plug connection on both of my Boston Acoustics tower speakers. The original connectors were very thin due to the "bare wire" hole in the connector. These connectors are much sturdier than the originals. I am very pleased with the results. After removing the original connector(s), I had to enlarge the hole to 3/8" which made it a simple job to insert these connectors. Saved me a lot of money because I didn't have to pay someone to repair my speakers (and I didn't have to replace them!!!)
PROS: Very sturdy banana plug connectors. Very easy to remove from the clip.
CONS: Now I have a plastic clip that I have to throw away. Too bad I couldn't purchase the banana plug connector without the plastic clip.
I decided to run my rear speaker wires down my wall and into my basement (then back up the opposite wall) instead of having the wires laying on my living room floor. These units makes it easy to use a banana plug for the exposed connection and then just bare wire wrap the hidden connection (although you can use banana plugs on the inside of the wall outlet also). These plugs are look as advertised and are very solid. highly recommend.