Maplin Screw Terminal Phono Plug White

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About this product

Overview

  • A standard phono plug with screw terminal fitting
  • Centre conductor is secured with the screw, the screen is held with the clamp
  • Ideal when quick connections are needed or where soldering tools are not available

Product overview

• A standard phono plug with screw terminal fitting
• Centre conductor is secured with the screw, the screen is held with the clamp
• Ideal when quick connections are needed or where soldering tools are not available
• Uses include audio and video applications or CCTV installers or in schools and education

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Utterly Useless! I bought a pair if these so called solderless phono connected from the Tamworth branch. When I got home I bgan to try and attach a wire to the white one just to discover it's impossible as there is no hole in the side of the barrel that the grub screw tightens into. Surely they cannot expect the user to wrap the wire around the screw and then tighen it? I did try this and it doesn't work, the threads just get pushed out. Returned them to the shop just to be told that is what you are meant to do! I explained that this is impossible to achieve. The chap behind the counter said to use eyelets to help. I said you cannot fit eyelets in some thing this small and they are also meant to be solderless for a quick connection. Additionally the pictures on the website show a different design where the grub screw goes in the side of the barrel and not the top. So they gave me a refund. I do not recommend these as they are not fit for purpose. A totally and utterly useless design.
Date published: 2017-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Have Patience!! My speaker fell off a shelf and the connection broke. Went to Maplins in search of a replacement phono plug. They couldn't have been more helpful. The young lady I spoke with was very knowledgeable even stripping the wire back (I'd taken speaker with me) to show me how to correctly fit it. Yes, once home, it was a fiddly job but 'with a little bit of patience' I made a secure connection and my hi-fi system is now as good as new. Thanks to all at Maplins for your time and advice.
Date published: 2017-09-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wish I'd Read the Previous Review before Ordering A truly shameful piece of design, which requires one to wrap the wire round a minuscule screw- fiddly to assemble and difficult to make secure. I congratulate the designer on his ingenuity in avoiding the obvious approach, with a screw on the side, which would have been far simpler and more efficient. And it took 6 days to click and collect
Date published: 2016-10-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from New design not as photos Item returned as grub screw is not on side of barrel as shown allowing cable to enter straight on. It is now on the end of the stub, meaning the cable has to trapped under the edge of a very small screw. Very fiddly and insecure connection.
Date published: 2016-08-19
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What is the maximum voltage this is suitable for?

Asked by: Dave
There is no max voltage rating as these are designed to carry video/audio signals
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2017-11-24

What terminal is positive and what is negative

Asked by: adski
This is just a plug, you would need to wire it in the correct way for the intended use.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-08-04
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