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    Default Found The Pin Blade Connector Online

    I think this is it. You guys please correct me if I am wrong.

    http://www.mcmelectronics.com/produc...P035B-/CN00767

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    Not sure but it looks like one. You are aware the blade does nothing and all you need is the pin? A high quality RCA cable modified works great.

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    Yes that is what I am using now but in would be nice to make one like the original and of course get the extra support. I just thought these were unavailable anywhere till today. Shipping is too much though.

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    Keeping these speakers original is overrated anyways. When there are much better options with connectors and cables to be used..


    Get your modding on I say!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolkieMan View Post
    I think this is it. You guys please correct me if I am wrong.

    http://www.mcmelectronics.com/produc...P035B-/CN00767
    That's a DIN connector, it will not work on SDA's.

    The company that made the originals was bought out years ago and that company does not make the pin/blade connectors.
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    Thanks for the reply!
    I will probably go the binding post route since the original is gone forever.

    Quote Originally Posted by F1nut View Post
    That's a DIN connector, it will not work on SDA's.

    The company that made the originals was bought out years ago and that company does not make the pin/blade connectors.

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    Cinch still makes the right pin/blade connector.
    They also make the right blade/blade.

    That said, you are WAY better off going binding posts.
    Just being able to use any speaker cable you like would pay off enough for
    the investment.

    Most all of the Pin and Blade connectors are nickle plated anyway.
    WOULD not be beneficial for SQ in the least.

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    Cinch still makes the right pin/blade connector.
    Got a link for that?

    That said, you are WAY better off going binding posts.
    Gotta disagree, Neutrik is the way to go.
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    Cinch makes a Blade / Blade for sure but I can't find a Pin / Blade in their catalog

    http://www.cinch.com/pdfs/Cinch_Catalog_2002.pdf


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