It's important for this connection to be very tight, so the metal ends of the banana plugs make good contact against the inside of the 5-way binding post. It's for this reason that the Banana plugs we use on the included speaker wire utilize a spring style connection. The ends may appear too large to fit in the hole at the end of the 5-way binding post, but the plug will compress as you insert them. Some amount of force may be necessary to get the plug to go in, but know that this is normal, and won't damage the plug or the 5-way binding post. Click here to view a video demonstration.
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- Connecting the Active and Passive Speakers with the Included Speaker Wire (HD6)
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- How do I connect bare speaker wire to my speakers?
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- What's the difference between the HD6 and the A5+?
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