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binding post

[′bīn·diŋ ‚pōst]
(electricity)
A manually turned screw terminal used for making electrical connections.

binding post

binding post
A post attached to an electric cable, wire, or apparatus, for making a connection to it conveniently.

binding post

The connecting terminals on a power amplifier or speaker. Also called "posts" or "terminals," high-end stereo equipment often uses gold-plated binding posts with screw caps that make tight connections. Five-way binding posts are also used that accept several connector types. Low-end bindings use spring clips, which are lifted while the bare wire is inserted and then released. See banana connector.
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10 -- The Keystone Electronics has offered new, miniature, screw terminal type binding post suited for 22-15 AWG wire and used in high density PCB packaging.
For a few extra cents, they could have put in a binding post. The phono stage uses a single active opamp, an NJM 4558, to do the phono equalization.
The two binding posts for the main galvanometer and the ones marked "+Ref.
All binding posts and terminal screws should be tightened until full contact is made with the contact plate and then tightened an additional pound-foot.
- Two sets of high quality speaker binding posts compatible with bi-wire speakers
If the M8A1 has been stored for a long period, also check that the binding posts can be depressed.
Theos features a fully passive woofer in a bass reflex design and custom bi-wire capable binding posts giving audio enthusiasts the highest level of flexibility in amplifier selection and connectivity-from single wired solid state systems to vertical or horizontal bi-amplified tube installations.
Speaker connection is via unique, vertically oriented five-way binding posts with plastic hex nuts.
Connections are via gold-plated, 5-way binding posts.