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Old 16th August 2002, 03:42 PM   #1
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Hi!

I just wanted to push for Ruhstrat speaker connectors. They are extreme towards perverse!

Check the 400A model in pure copper, weight one pound, 400 g!!! The blue one in the picture is for 200 amps.

I must add that they don't are intended for speakers. They are for heavy industrial use.

http://www.ruhstrat.com/eng/klemm_buchsen_1.htm
http://www.ruhstrat.com/eng/index_eng.htm

If anyone are interested in buying, drop me a note. I can also get datasheets in pdf (made from paper).
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Ok, how much for 400g of copper ?

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I like the style as the blue one on the picture - but maybe a bit smaller would be perfect.

If I can trust my memory, I have seen those connectors on a German manufactorers amp already but cannot remember the brand anymore.

Do You have any prices?
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Ok, how much for 400g of copper ?

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454 grams = 1 pound
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Do You have any prices?
The prices are industrial not "audiophilical", quite affordable.
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I like the style as the blue one on the picture - but maybe a bit smaller would be perfect.
The 400 A connector is much bigger than the blue one! Very cool if you big things and have big hands....
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German manufacturer using 1 pound binding posts? There are several makers of that type post and several amps that use them or the smaller kind but German I can only think of the obvious:

http://www.burmester.de/english/revi...00_prod_2.html

The blue, black and red of similar type (don't know if it is the 1 pound type though) in use on Power-Amp 909 as seen in the test review.

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Those look pretty cool, I might go for that. I'm interested in more info!
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Old 10th September 2002, 10:32 PM   #9
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Yes...give us some numbers..especially on the ones burmaister uses...

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Hi.

I may be very interested too. for sure.

Give us some numbers yes.

Thank you in advance.

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