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Old 17th January 2007, 09:31 PM   #1
Ang is offline Ang  United States
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Default binding posts directly on neo8

Since I'm experimenting with some neo8's in different configurations I was wondering if I there was a binding post I could attach directly to the planars. (seems better than soldering to a wire to a banana) I've seen some subs with the feature, just don't know if PE sells something that would work.
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Old 18th January 2007, 12:33 PM   #2
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It's going to be hard to make a good mechanical fastening to hold a binding post there, that won't stress fracture the terminal. And you can't simply mount it into most solid adhesives, because while outgassing the solvents could damage the adhesives in the planar.

Easy-on terminals are the order of the day, crimpable, cheap. Bring the planar to radioshack and get the right ones from the connector bin, for temporary use, you can crimp them with linesman's or other heavy duty pliers (or preferably, a crimping tool proper)
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