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How to install banana plugs
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How to install banana plugs

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http://www.cabletrain.com/cables/speaker-wire/banana-plugs How to install both open and closed screw type banana plugs.

http://www.cabletrain.com/cables/speaker-wire/banana-plugs How to install both open and closed screw type banana plugs.

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  • 1. How to Install Closed Screw Type Banana PlugsStep 1: Seperate the speaker wire (Note the striped side marking polarity). Color code the banana plug and wire thesame for each end. (example: black/stripe; red/nostripe). Then strip the plastic off of the wire as shown.Step 2: Unscrew the bottom of the banana plug and feed the copper end through the top. Now bend the copper wiredown without covering the screw threads so it is held in place. http://www.cabletrain.com/cables/speaker-wire/banana-plugs
  • 2. Step 3: Tightly screw back together closing the bare copper wire inside for all ends of the wire.Youre done!Shop for Closed Screw Type Banana Plugs http://www.cabletrain.com/cables/speaker-wire/banana-plugs
  • 3. How to Install Open Screw Type Banana PlugsStep 1: Seperate the speaker wire (Note the striped side marking polarity). Color code the banana plug and wire thesame for each end. (example: black/stripe; red/nostripe)Step 2: Strip the plastic covering to expose the copper wire.Step 3: Unscrew the bottom of the banana plug enough for the exposed copper wire to go into the side of the banana http://www.cabletrain.com/cables/speaker-wire/banana-plugs
  • 4. plug.Final Step: Tightly screw back together closing the bare copper wire inside for all ends of the wire.Shop Open Screw Type Banana Plugs http://www.cabletrain.com/cables/speaker-wire/banana-plugs

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