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    Replacing Binding Posts on 250Ti

    It's been 30 years...Any suggestions? looking at WBT and Cardas for the transplant...Do I need short or longs posts I guess is the 1st question..Any insights/suggestions/comments? All and any gladly welcomed...Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradster56 View Post
    It's been 30 years...Any suggestions? looking at WBT and Cardas for the transplant...Do I need short or longs posts I guess is the 1st question..Any insights/suggestions/comments? All and any gladly welcomed...Thanks!


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    Have you peeked behind the curtain? The binding posts -appear- to be soldered directly to the crossover circuit board.

    You'll need some info to decide 1) if it's worth it to you (unless they are broken, changes will likely be cosmetic or placebo and could reduce the system value if not executed well/properly), 2) your electronic and mechanical skills are up to it, 3) how to obtain dimensions for potential replacements.

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    I've used these Dayton posts on a few models, but not on a 250. My only requirement is that they not stick out past the MDF back plate where they can get bumped. These meet that requirement.

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    I have 250Ti's and considered replacing the posts as they would NOT take
    12 ga. speaker wire.

    Thought abt enlarging the hole that runs thru the posts, but that seemed risky.
    then looked at access and whether they were soldered to the crossover and decided

    just to use bananas and go on to other projects.

    "If it ain't broke, fix it 'till it is"
    Allright Mr. Lansing, I'm ready for your demo

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    Looks like they're perfectly set-up for these Neutrik dual bananas:

    ". . . as you have no doubt noticed, no one told the 4345 that it can't work correctly so it does anyway."—Greg Timbers

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    Unless you were planning on building new charge coupled networks (has been done before) leave them well alone.

    Phil’s suggestion looks like a great solution.

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