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    Those are the correct parts though?
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    Those parts will work perfectly, just add the ward ware to month them.
    Home Theater
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    I'm guessing you typed that from your cell phone! I take it you meant "hardware to mount them."
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    The 4 pole versions are superior, they are built better and have a higher current rating. Why aren't you doing both ends?

    Do the chassis connectors include the screws I'll need?
    No, you will need M3 (metric) screws, nuts and lock washers for the panel mount. Fastnel carries them in stainless steel. They are cheap and there's no minimum order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zane77 View Post
    Those parts will work perfectly, just add the ward ware to month them.
    Quote Originally Posted by nspindel View Post
    I'm guessing you typed that from your cell phone! I take it you meant "hardware to mount them."
    Sometimes "smart" phones are pretty stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nut View Post
    The 4 pole versions are superior, they are built better and have a higher current rating. Why aren't you doing both ends?
    Ok, I will grab the 4-pole versions. Thanks for the tip. Not doing both ends because the Dreadnaught is already built with binding posts - using Speakons on the Dreadnaught side would mean drilling holes large enough to accommodate them, when the chassis already has holes drilled for the 4 binding posts. On the Dreadnaught side, I'm using bananas, which works just fine. I think the big advantage of using the Speakon connector will be on the speaker side, so I can eliminate the need for the spade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nut View Post
    No, you will need M3 (metric) screws, nuts and lock washers for the panel mount. Fastnel carries them in stainless steel. They are cheap and there's no minimum order.
    Ok great, thank you!
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    Thanks again Jesse, ordered the 4-pole versions - NL4FX and NL4MP, along with the SCDP gaskets from Parts Express.



    I'm thinking these are what I need for the fasteners?

    http://www.fastenal.com/web/products/details/40924

    http://www.fastenal.com/web/products/details/40247

    http://www.fastenal.com/web/products/details/40142
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    Trey,
    Do you have more of the round 4-bp/1-speakon-hole plates like in your pic above (for 1.2's)? I need a pair, but didn't see them listed on your site. Scratch'n'dent is okay as well, if available.
    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by nspindel View Post
    I'm thinking these are what I need for the fasteners?
    Those screws are too short.

    Using the SKU's

    XM2510016A20000
    MN2510000A20000
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    I have them available. They are new stock too :)

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    Talk to you soon! :)
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