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Neutrik NL4MP-UC Speakon Connector 4 Pole Panel Mount
What screws are recommended to mount this?
These work with an M3 like the screw int he link below.http://www.parts-express.com/m3-x-10mm-machine-screw-black-oxide-100-pcs--081-3201
Date published: 2016-01-27
Hi, Being an old time 1/4 jack connector user what's the difference between NL4MP-UC and NL4MP-ST ? Also, do they each use specific male connector ? Thanks
The only difference between these connectors are the wire terminations. The ST model has set screws on the back, the UC has male disconnect terminals.
Date published: 2015-10-19
Will the NL4 MP-UC fit part #262-028 and part #262-575, and will it accept part# 092-336. Is this product compatible with the other three parts mentioned without any spacing or power handling issues? Is there a better suited part?
Yes those parts will all work fine together.
Date published: 2014-04-24
how do I wire this type of connector with a 3-way crossover?
Pin 1+ is your positive lead in to the of the crossover and pin 1- is your negative lead in to the of the crossover.Hope it helps,Gregg
Date published: 2011-09-26
will these accept a 1/4" male speaker connector?
No, standard Speakon connectors do not accept 1/4" plugs, but there is a combination Speakon - 1/4" receptacle available. We do not carry this combo jack as regular stock, but should be able to special order it for you if needed. Neutrik also makes combination XLR - 1/4" products, and there is an adapter for Speakon to 1/4". I've linked examples of both these products which we do carry below for your convenience.
Date published: 2011-09-23
Male x Male Connector
Thanks... how would I mate a male connector tab to a male connector tab.... did you read the question? For your information I've contacted the manufacturer and have obtained the necessary information to order the correct FEMALE connectors.
There are two ways to mate those together: make a female to female jumper or solder the two together.
Date published: 2011-04-04