Sewell Direct SW-29221 Pro Maestro Banana Plugs with Gold Connectors, 6-Pair (Red/Black)
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- Sewell Pro Maestro Banana Plugs - 6 pair (12 total)
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The 3 star review from Tudor is not for this product but for a different product. Tudor states that these plugs have a socket in back to plug in a second banana plug; this is incorrect, the product does not have such a feature, as can be seen by looking at the pictures.
The 1 star review from Tommy Lynn is incomprehensible to me. Although the review appears directed at specific faults in the product, I have now used and examined the product and Mr. Lynn's review simply makes no sense in light of how the product works and is used. For example, he says: "The screw isn't even long enough to get close unless you remove the plastic colored washers, which makes me question their effectiveness with smaller wire as well." This description does not track the product, which has no removable plastic washers and the set screw works perfectly fine. It may be that Mr. Lynn, like Tudor is talking about a different product.
The 3 star review from jharterman sates that the product is difficult to use because the set screw "doesn't screw tight enough (or not all of them) for 16-gauge wire." The set screw is small and requires the use of a small screwdriver of the sort readily available from the hardware store.Read more ›
I'm using them with 18-gauge wire with no troubles, only downside there is that you have to fold over the wire on itself to get enough thickness for the plug to grip - not even really enough an issue to be a con.
Only thing i noticed is that the gold plating rubs off pretty quickly, it'll survive maybe 20 or so repeated insertions / removals, even the knurled base has lost its gold plating just from being handled. If you're doing a permanent audio installation, I'd suggest investing in a fancier set, (especially since they do come loose easily, but not so easily as the 1/5 star reviewer suggests)
I only needed them for a short project, a way to hook up to an amp, and they were perfect for that.
Unlike other banana plugs I've used, the Sewell Pro Maestro fits snugly into the speaker terminals with a nice solid connection. It took a surprising amount of force to coax the banana plug into the terminal posts. Once inserted the banana plugs felt solid and secure.
It has a three piece design with a gold plated solid brass head which threads into a beautifully polished gun metal gray solid steel barrel which has tapered "teeth" that gently grip the speaker cable (assuming you're using thick enough cable) when screwed into the bottom of the casing.
The speaker cable is internally fastened behind the head of the banana plug by a small flat-head screw which clamps down on the inserted cable. (Make sure you have a precision screw driver handy - I used a 2mm) Most audio enthusiasts recommend tinning the end of your speaker cables and if you did, the little flat-head screw would offer a more than adequate connection. I, however, opted to insert the bare speaker wire, clamp it down with the screw, then solder the entire cable insert slot. The plugs are surprisingly heavy and appear to be made of high quality materials - they shrugged off the heat of my propane torch with no ill-effects.
The Sewell Pro Maestro banana plugs look fantastic, are well made, and are priced for far less than they are worth. Highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've used these for several DIY speaker cables. They really finish off the cables with a professional look. Easy to use, great finish, I highly recommend them.Published 20 days ago by Orlando Flores
Usually use the Silverback with the dual set screws, so a bit surprised it was just one set screw (I didn't remember seeing a spec of a single set screw and may have assumed at... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Chris B
One of the plugs didn't seem to fit together well, the rest were fine. They make moving stereo speakers so much easier and seem to do a good job in terms of sound quality.Published 1 month ago by Al_BWisco