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Neutrik NL4MP-ST Speakon Connector 4 Pole Panel Mount
will it be possible to connect two 10 awg wires to one pole for the bridge for wiring two jacks in parallel? will the hole be large enough or is there another way to wire two of these in parallel? thanks ;)
No, these have a pretty tight fit for a single 12 gauge wire. You will probably have to use the solder type jack if you plan on bridging two together.
Date published: 2016-01-13
i like the design of this connector over the solder style, however my wires are 14/2. Would I be able to use this connector and if so where would i make my connections for 2 wire style?
Yes you can use two conductor cable with these. Usually you want to used 1+/1- for a two conductor connection, but you will have to check the output of your amplifier to make sure that is correct.
Date published: 2016-01-11
can these be used as both 1/4" input or speakon? Are all speakon inputs compatable with 1/4" or only specific models?
This jack will only accept a speakon connector. In order for it to accept both it will have to be called a combo jack.
Date published: 2015-05-04
Can I use the speakon connector with a 70V wiring system? I have exterior pole mounted speakers and a portable rack. I need to connect the amp to the speakers and want a locking connector.
Yes these will work fine for that application.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Would it be possible to mount these on a wall plate in a living room? I'm assuming I'll need to cut my own hole in the plate and mount it on that. Looking to pre-wire for a REL subwoofer, and want to make it as easy as possible.
Yes this can be mounted to a wall plate, you will need to drill your own hole for mounting.
Date published: 2014-04-17
Are the machine/mounting screws included with this item?
No, the mounting screws are not included, nor do we carry any hardware small enough to be applicable. The correct screw, bolt, or rivet for this application will be an M3 (3mm) size.
Date published: 2011-10-19