View Full Version : Spring Loaded Binding Post

06-12-2005, 01:26 PM
Called my self searching through the threads. Does anyone know the JBL part number for the spring loaded speaker binding posts used on crossovers like the LX5 and N7000

Thanks AL

06-12-2005, 01:44 PM
HiFi - drivers and networks

10244 BIND POST 6-32 BLK 2.00 $ USD EA

10243 BIND POST 6-32 RED 2.00 $ USD EA

Pro - drivers and networks



06-12-2005, 01:49 PM
Saw the binding posts in the catalog but was unsure which ones were the small ones for the crossovers

Thanks AL

06-12-2005, 02:02 PM
That's fine. I decided to go check and see if there was a definitive source for you guys and I found them here:



I had to look through a bunch of the transducers to find the right legacy binding posts. As I'm sure everyone is aware - JBL went to different, plastic input terminals on later versions of the transducers as shown here - 323892-001


06-12-2005, 02:09 PM
As usual I was clear as mud. What I need is the posts that go on the back of the crossovers themselves. Are they the same as the speaker posts? Thanks for your patience.


06-12-2005, 02:10 PM
Are they the same as the speaker posts?Does this dress make me look fat?

You betcha!

I don't feel like going and snapping a digital photo right now. Maybe someone else will.


Here - little ones on a Hi-Fi product (LX4-2) and big ones on a Pro product (2425H):

(Never mind the large gold binding posts on the Hi-Fi 275Nd; JBL doesn't HAVE to be consistent if they don't feel like it.)

06-12-2005, 02:17 PM
I will get um comming. In reality they are for a pair of LX16s everybodys favorite crossover hehe. I rescued a pair of L200 basics and am restoring the cabinets and cleaning up everything. Although not the most popular speaker in the JBL arsenal had to have them to go with the L300s. The L200s were the first big JBL I fell in love with

so back to work


06-12-2005, 02:20 PM
The L200s were the first big JBL I fell in love withWhatever hooks you in is fine by me.

06-13-2005, 06:30 AM
The little ones are on the earlier le14's and 14h's am I correct?

Bernard Wolf
06-13-2005, 11:10 AM
(Never mind the large gold binding posts on the Hi-Fi 275Nd; JBL doesn't HAVE to be consistent if they don't feel like it.)

First time I've seen the 275Nd ..... looks really cool.. You didn't by any chance find some of these for sale now did you ?? :D


06-13-2005, 11:23 AM
The 10243 and 10244 terminals originally used a 4/40 screw.
I see that the JBL parts # is now clearly marked as 6/32 for both items.This of course means that all of the original terminal hardware will not fit on the 6/32 post.
The terminals,screws,tinsel lead mounting terminal and both insulated washers must all be replaced when the 6/32 part is used.

This can be frustrating when your expecting a direct bolt in replacment as the 6/32 terminals are shipped without any isolators,screws or tinsel lead attachment terminals.

JBL did not have this difference in screw threads identified about a year ago when I ordered some of these terminals for a fellow forum member.


06-13-2005, 11:27 AM

I post the numbers and JBL sells out of all of them first thing this morning. Gotta love it!
Who bought them all? Come on... fess up...

Probably see them going for double on eBay soon. :p

Double? Yeah, if they would only be THAT cheap!

Wasn't me.... but I did order a few pairs last week.

If you REALLY need a pair or two, PM me. Posts only, no screws.

And no... I won't ebay them although... I could probably make a killing like those blokes selling foams, used grille pins, and fastons.


Bernard Wolf
06-13-2005, 05:21 PM
[QUOTE=Giskard]As far as I know I bought the last of them.

I think they are NLA but I could definitely be wrong. I'd have to check for sure but have no real reason to.

I sold them all overseas.[/QUOTE

Whenever I call JBL here in Montreal they have absolutely no clue whatsoever what I am talking about... oh well. I'm in no rush. One day the 275nd will pop up somewere and I will give them a whirl..:D