Dual Bannana Plugs and Paradigm Speakers

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  1. Ken Custodio

    Ken Custodio Second Unit

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    I had some dual banana plugs laying around and I decided to put them on my paradigm monitor 9 speakers and they don't fit. The package said they were for standard binding posts. Is that normal ie there isn't a "standard" spacing for the binding posts or are the Paradigm binding posts a non-standard spacing. Damn those Canadians and their god forsaken metric system! Just kidding [​IMG]
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    You can not damn the Canadians, the dual banana plugs fits into my PSBs. I know how you feel, I have a pair of Titans in my den and I have to use single banana plugs.
     
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    Same here, my banana plugs work just fine for my PSB Stratus Goldi's, C6i and Image 2Bs...can't damn the British either since they also fit my KEF C40s.
     
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    They fit on older Paradigm mini marks.

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    They don't fit the Denon AVR 5700 or AVR5800 A/V Recievers. So I guess you could damn the Japanese too. By the way I know how you feel, specially since I bought a whole lot of em dual bana plugs and they would fit neither my A/V Reciever or the Paradigm Reference 100s of mine. Ended up having to give away the dual plugs to a friend while I am stuck using single plugs. [​IMG]
     

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