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Dayton Audio BPP-G Premium Binding Post Pair Gold
what size are the nuts that hold these in place? (What is the thread size, for instance "1/4 -20") Is there a standard for binding post hardware? Are extra matching nuts and washers available? thanks
Unfortunately the thread and nut size is not something the manufacturer provides for these binding posts and there is no standard. The washers an nuts are not available separately.
Date published: 2014-08-07
are they made of brass or copper?
These binding posts are made from brass.
Date published: 2014-08-01
I need 6 red and 2 black binding posts for my stereo system (4ohm, 8 ohm, 16 ohm & Com) times 2 for both channels. Can I order the binding posts in this fashion?
Unfortunately no, these are only available in their red/black pairs.
Date published: 2014-06-13
Are these binding posts long enough to clear 3/4" MDF? I didn't see any mention of the length. Thanks.
Yes these will fit through 3/4" material, the threads are 25mm (1") long.
Date published: 2014-04-01
Spades on the amplifier cable?
Can I use amplifier-to-speaker cables terminated in spade lugs to connect to these binding posts? If yes, what inner opening diameter is needed for the spade lugs?
Yes spades can be used with these. The ID would need to be 5/16".
Date published: 2013-11-07
Will these work with existing binding posts
My old KLH-6 speakers have twist-down binding posts. I'd like to get a high-quality solution that will allow me to use banana plugs. So I'd like to remove the nuts from my speakers' binding posts and screw the end part of the assembly of this product to the KLH's binding posts. Will this work?
These are pretty large binding posts that require a hole that is 11/32" in diameter for mounting. There may be modifications required for this but I see no reason they will not work.
Date published: 2013-08-15