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    What are the advantages and disatvantages of a 5 way binding post vs. the standard spring clip terminal?



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    I'm wondering the same thing. Hopefully the 5 way one is good because I got 2 of them for my setup. Anyone know anything between this comparison?



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    A 5-way allows you to use a bannana plug, which is great for electronics stuff but kinda useless for car audio. It also lets you screw down a spade lug which is handy sometimes. But for speaker wires it's overkill.



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    Originally posted by maylar
    A 5-way allows you to use a bannana plug, which is great for electronics stuff but kinda useless for car audio. It also lets you screw down a spade lug which is handy sometimes. But for speaker wires it's overkill.
    Great. I can save the $2 and get spring clip then. Thanx



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