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Old 10th October 2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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GaoFei GF-FG016LBP Carbon Fiber Red Copper Rhodium Hi-End Binding Post 4 / pcs

Brand : Gaofei
HI-END audio Binding Post
10μ Rhodium plated for best signal transfer.
Made from red Copper
Adjusting Black Nut can be locked .
Housing Material :Carbon Fiber offer effective electromagnetic shielding
The Screw is 40mm long.External diameter is 8mm.
Suitable used in 9 mm--- 25 mm MDF wood or Amp back panel
Color: 2 black and 2 red.
Connections:screws locking
11.5mm diameter hole size
Weight : 300g 4pcs
Include Allen key .
Design In USA

USD100 1set 4pcs.

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GaoFei GF-FG013SBP Carbon Fiber Red Copper Rhodium Hi-End Binding Post 4 / pcs

Brand : Gaofei
HI-END audio Binding Post
10μ Rhodium plated for best signal transfer.
Made from red Copper
Adjusting Black Nut can be locked .
Housing Material :Carbon Fiber offer effective electromagnetic shielding
The Screw is 20mm long.External diameter is 8mm.
Suitable used in 1.5 mm--- 7 mm MDF wood or Amp back panel.
Color: 2 black and 2 red.
Connections:screws locking
11.5mm diameter hole size
Weight : 200g 4pcs
Include Allen key .
Design In USA

USD90 1set 4pcs.

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Old 10th October 2012, 09:39 PM   #2
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"shielding" Give me a break! Fire your add writer and just push the "cool factor" They look like they will work fine. At least as good as the $2 terminal blocks I use.
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Old 10th October 2012, 10:36 PM   #3
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carbon fiber is known to attract lightening
might be dangerous
looks cool tho, and 90USD, could be worse
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Old 10th October 2012, 10:44 PM   #4
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carbon fiber is known to attract lightening
might be dangerous
looks cool tho, and 90USD, could be worse
why do you say that? about the lightning?

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Old 10th October 2012, 11:08 PM   #5
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"shielding" Give me a break! Fire your add writer and just push the "cool factor" They look like they will work fine. At least as good as the $2 terminal blocks I use.
This is not $2USD made from brass,
This Binding Post is made from pure red copper Rhodium plated ,this material is very expensive.

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Old 10th October 2012, 11:59 PM   #6
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And for the function it needs to serve, totally ridiculousness and overkill. That is why I suggest you just focus on their cool look factor. I don't doubt the cost. People will pay it for the looks.

For those who have not thought about it, the end of these things is going to be connected to a speaker. Inside is probably cheap crimped fast-ons and a long length of copper plated aluminum in the VC and who knows what the crossover is built of. The other end is going to be connected to some iron wire .22 Ohm resistors and a big choke. (amp output filter). All you NEED is a decent tight connection. The $2 tin over brass posts work as well as any invented. I like the ones with a hex nut as I can be sure they remain snug.

This is solution looking for a problem that is perpetuating the stupidity that causes high end to not be taken seriously. Again, sell them as "cool looking" and you will be honest. Selling them as "carbon fiber shielding" is paramount to fraud. You have a well made product, be stand up.

Fishing with a carbon rod in a thunderstorm in the middle of a lake is known to attract lightning.
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Old 11th October 2012, 02:04 AM   #7
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what's "red copper"?
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Old 11th October 2012, 02:20 AM   #8
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I suppose "red copper" means "not brass". In other words, unalloyed copper of unknown purity.

I fail to see any point of using carbon fiber, nor how it constitutes "shielding".
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Old 11th October 2012, 02:45 AM   #9
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Red copper is just another name for a copper alloy, very similar to what the old pennies were made of years ago.
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Old 11th October 2012, 05:20 AM   #10
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Red cooper is pure copper ,is not copper alloy or bronze.Thanks you.
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