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Neutrik SpeakOn STX Chassis Connectors.  Male vs Female.
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Old 5th January 2018, 04:01 AM   #1
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Default Neutrik SpeakOn STX Chassis Connectors. Male vs Female.

Is there any recommended convention regarding male vs female chassis mount connectors.

Usually for mains wiring you would go with female at the source, but this is audio and regular binding posts stick out there like dog's balls so.....

Just wondering if there is something I am missing?

The only thing I can think of is if a cable is wired differently at each end then maybe you want male and female at either end to avoid connecting the cable the wrong way.

Please enlighten me what Neutrik's intent is for the male/female chassis mount gender.
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The female might have more crosstalk.
OK.
Bad one.
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Hahaha
No. That was good.
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This may not be the best location for this question.
Probably more appropriately belongs in an amplifier forum.
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