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asked by Jonathan Cardwell on August 6, 2010
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I am using 16 AWG...
ntg84 answered on February 24, 2011
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I am also using 16AWG. I have corresponded with others who have mentioned using 14AWG, but I would think that is the maximum. 12 AWG may be too big to fit unless you use them with Banana clips.
Nu Soard Graphite answered on March 27, 2011
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You can use banana clips with this speaker set then? Cause as I said in my original post, the SSB1000 pair, which has the same manual as this, just has a set of teeth or whatever ("clip-on") that holds the speaker wire in. I've seen what banana clips look like and I can't wrap my mind around how they would work with such a speaker set...
Jonathan Cardwell answered on March 27, 2011
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No, you can not use bananas with these speakers. you should be able to get 12 gauge if you try real hard I would recommend 16 as it would be easier to get into the clips. I own a set of these speakers. I have used 16 but am currently using 20.
KBIC answered on June 13, 2011
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14 gauge will fit in the clips and I recommend it. 12 gauge will work with pin connectors.
R. Phillips answered on September 3, 2012
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