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5" x 7" Speaker Input Terminal Plate Blank
5-way binding post and 1/4" phone jack
I was looking at the MTX TP1100 ThunderPro (P/N 245-802) and noticed that it had a "... 5-way binding post and 1/4" phone jack speaker input terminals ..." Do you sell a combo input plate with a banana plug & 1/4" phone jack ... or do you need to just buy a blank panel and drill your own holes?
[I'm also a customer]It sounds like you are looking for a fairly specialized product. I think you are right that you will have to drill your own holes.
Date published: 2011-07-12
How deep is the actual cup area? Does Parts express have perf-boards that line up with the 6 mounting posts? http://www.parts-express.com/wizards/searchResults.cfm?searchFilter=perf%20boards
The depth of the cup is 13/16" (21mm#. As for your other question, I'm not sure. There are a total of 6 standoffs. The distance between them are 3-3/8" #86mm# and 2" #51mm#. They do flex some. So if you find a board close to those measurements, you'll be fine.
Date published: 2012-03-17
What's a suitable binding post for this?
I'm looking at some of the ones on PE, but the only ones I see with a listed minimum depth are like 3/8". Are these compatible? http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?partnumber=091-620
Yes those binding posts will fit this plate.
Date published: 2012-10-15
What's the suggested way to cut into the cup to mount jacks? Also, could you upload a picture of the backside of the plate?
Use a power drill starting with a small bit and increasing the width till your jack will fit easily into the hole. This plate is stamped and the backside is a mirror image of the front. Almost all jack plates are around 1/2" to add strength and keep your plug & jacks from getting damaged.
Date published: 2013-10-15