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Posted on May 13, 2022 at 16:20:58
Joe Backer
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I'm trying to convert a wire output from my vintage studio monitors to binding posts but the back of the speaker is thick, 1" and I can't find long enough binding posts. Any suggestions? They need to be 1-3/4" minimum.

 

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RE: Long Binding Posts, posted on May 13, 2022 at 17:14:47
jeffreybehr
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Here are two long postpairs @ Sonic Craft.

https://www.soniccraft.com/product_info.php/cardas-hcbp-binding-post-p-5192?osCsid=90cc40c0ce86f15057f719b622356c06

https://www.soniccraft.com/product_info.php/cardas-ccgr-binding-post-p-1390?osCsid=90cc40c0ce86f15057f719b622356c06

 

RE: Long Binding Posts, posted on May 13, 2022 at 20:03:31
Jonesy
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Cardas has some nice long ones available in different platings. Alternatively Solen has long sets, as well as ones that are in preformed plastic inserts that are meant to lay flush with the back. You would have to make a bigger hole for the insert though. The insert attaches with wood screws.

Jonesy


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RE: Long Binding Posts, posted on May 14, 2022 at 06:36:41
tubav
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Parts Express
https://www.parts-express.com/Dayton-Audio-BPA-38G-HD-Binding-Post-Pair-Gold-091-1245

 

Edison Price..., posted on May 14, 2022 at 14:06:56
Lew
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Used to be available in extra long length for thick walled cabinets. I don't know whether you can still find them.

 

RE: Counter-bore, posted on May 17, 2022 at 14:20:14
B. Scarpia
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Cut a 1" counter-bore with a Forstner bit with a drill press. Or, no drill press/cabinet won't fit under the quill, use a variable speed plunge router as slow as the trigger will allow. No router? A hammer you likely have and an inexpensive 3/4" chisel to cut a mortise.

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it just takes a long time

 

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