GLS audio - are they any good?

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Mike Foley, Apr 10, 2005.

  1. Mike Foley

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    Why not just buy local?..Radio Shack etc..it's not a rocket science type of product.

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    I’m with Alf – I wouldn’t give $20 for a pair of banana plugs. These from Radio Shack will work fine for almost half the price.

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    Where's $20 for a pair? The one's on speaker repair are a hell of deal and you can get locking ones too if that's your thing.
     
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    I'm looking at getting these:
    20 pairs for $55

    it looks like a good deal to me
     
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    The only other place I can think of to price them out would be PartsExpress.
     
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    I bought a 10 pack of the non-locking banana plugs. Seem to work very well. Their locking plugs look very interesting also.
     
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    I really don't like the set screw type connection. I do like that they have a strain relief built into the socket though, they look nice, and the price is decent. I've used plenty of different bananas, and I like the partsexpress compression ones the best for the price - #091-330. They cost a little less than those guys if you buy at that quantity, and for most systems, I end up buying at least 10 pairs.
     

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