Banana and Tip Connectors - Jacks, Plugs

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  • Ask: Are banana plugs worth it?

    Answer: Well worth the investment. Banana Plugs is the best connection for your speakers because they're tightly fitted into the terminals, and you don't have to worry about the wire becoming loose and gradually disconnect from the speakers. Banana Plugs are like component cables, but for speakers.

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  • Ask: What is the standard banana plug size?

    Answer: The pin's diameter is nominally 4 millimetres (3\u204416 in). The pin has one or more lengthwise springs that bulge outwards slightly, giving the appearance of a banana. Taking the springs into account, the actual diameter of a banana plug is typically a bit larger than 4 mm when not plugged in.

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  • Ask: How do you use banana plug connectors?

    Answer: Banana and Tip Connectors - Jacks, Plugs. Banana and tip connectors are interconnect devices typically encountered in context of general purpose test equipment such as multimeters and variable output power supplies of modest capacity, where flexibility and price are dominant considerations.

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  • Ask: What size are banana plugs?

    Answer: Most banana plugs are commonly found with either a 4mm or 2mm plug to be able to plug into a 4mm or 2mm sized banana socket or jack. You can view our quick guide to banana sockets here. They can also be found in 1mm variants and often known as 'pin plugs' when of this size.

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  • Ask: Why are banana plugs called banana?

    Answer: Banana plugs are small cylindrical plugs that have a very distinctive bulged prong. This bulge houses a spring that, when inserted into a socket, presses outwards to ensure a solid and secure connection. The plug takes its name from the shape of this prong, which reminds many people of a straightened out banana.

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