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Old 4th June 2007, 11:00 PM   #1
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Default Where Do You Buy Your Terminal Strips?

Real basic one here - where do you buy your terminal strips for your crossovers (USA)? I know you can get them from PE, Radio Shack, Home Depot, eBay, etc., but I was wondering if anybody had a favorite mailorder/web source that offers a good selection and prices?

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http://www.turretboards.com/circuit_...ret_strips.htm

This guy also sells the tools and raw materials to make your own custom boards.

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How do you use those turret strips?
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I buy at All Electronics:
http://www.allelectronics.com/cgi-bi...al_Strips.html

Both styles. The American flat style and the Euro "domino" style.
Great for crossovers. The big dominos are good because you can stuff serveral wires in them.
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Hi,

Steve @ Apex Jr. has these. He's usually cheaper too.

Otherwise I'd say Ebay.

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Thanks for the replies - All Electronics looks to be a very good source.
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