Binding post

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Bind´ing post`

1.(Elec.) A metallic post attached to electrical apparatus for convenience in making connections.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Made of tin plated brass and a zinc plated screw, these new screw terminal binding posts are supplied assembled or unassembled.
Five-way binding posts replace spring-loaded clips for the speaker wires.
The 50-ohm coil in the wire joining tap point 18 of the main-dial resistor to the + binding post of the pair marked "dry-cell main dial" has approximately the same resistance as either of the two in dicators.
All belt loops and pouches are secured using military-grade stainless steel Phillips-head screws and binding posts to join the individual pieces.
C!C uses black oxide Chicago screws and slotted binding posts combined with A-grade rivets in every holster and accessory.
Always put a drip loop in the field wire before connecting the wire to the binding posts. This will keep water from running right onto the posts.
Conventional side wiring provides contact between the binding posts and the metal contact plate, and therefore, reduced conductivity.
The award-winning eloquence 250i embodies features common-place in pre and power amplifiers such as high power output, multiple power supplies, balanced inputs, high quality binding posts and substantial heat sinking.
This unit is sized to mate directly with the preamp at a rack-friendly 17.5" wide x 4" high x 9.125" deep with binding posts and 8.5" deep without binding posts and weighs in at a modest 15 lbs.
If the M8A1 has been stored for a long period, also check that the binding posts can be depressed.
Theos features a fully passive woofer in a bass reflex design and custom bi-wire capable binding posts giving audio enthusiasts the highest level of flexibility in amplifier selection and connectivity-from single wired solid state systems to vertical or horizontal bi-amplified tube installations.