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Soldermizer 12th March 2012 03:00 AM

Adding "home style" I/O to a "Pro" Amp
I am the happy owner of a Behringer NU3000 amp. You know, the guy who didn't like the fan noise so just took the entire fan out of the amp. :rolleyes:

This thread proposes a more reasonable (?) idea, applicable to most types of equipment. As you may know, the NU3000 is a "pro audio" unit which means it has weird input and output choices that confuse and frighten an old man who has only known home audio up until now. :yikes:

How much trouble, then, would it be to put in "normal" RCA female jacks and "normal" speaker binding posts instead of the Neutrik twist-locks? Is cutting metal required? Special tools? Maybe I should just buy (or make) adaptors, also it doesn't wreck resale value :smash:

noah katz 12th March 2012 03:57 AM

Radio Shack has adapters for converting inputs to RCA's.

Dunno about outputs, but what's wrong with Neutriks?

Soldermizer 13th March 2012 03:17 AM

Nothing I guess, I am just used to screw-on or whatever you call them for bare wire speaker connects (in recent years I learned the "tweak" of tinning the leads. Obi-wan (the Resale Force) says "buy the adaptors, Luke!" rather than Soldermize TM an otherwise perfect unit. Just askin'.

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