Will ONKYO take banana plugs?

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  1. Mark Guidry

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    I dot know if it does or not...its the 676.

    Thanks every one
     
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    yes.
     
  3. Mark Guidry

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    Thanks [​IMG]
     
  4. Mark Guidry

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    One more question...will it take spades as well?? I am trying to clean up my wires in the back...right now they are just bare and I have my B&W's bi-wired with 12 or 14ga wire so its a mess. What I am wondering is what can I use to get this done...could I use a banana and a spade plug on one terminal on the back of the reciever...so there would be on one binding post a banana and a spade...that would inturn run the + on the high and low of one speaker??
     
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    mark -

    which banana plugs are you referring to? the single or double posted type?

    for my onkyo, the binding posts in the back had non-standard spacing, so the paired plugs (that are already "clamped" together) would not work. i had to buy the single-post style.

    your model may be different...not sure.
     
  6. Mark Guidry

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    Well I was looking at the Monster cable banana plugs HERE they take up to one 12 gauge wire or maybe two 16 gauge...so I am wondering if I should do one 12 gauge to my B&W 602's or should I try to biwire them and use two 16 gauge wires? The run will be about 12'
     
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    yeah...those should work perfectly! since those are single-post style, you'll have no issues there!
     

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