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post #1 of 3 Old 11-20-2013, 12:03 PM - Thread Starter
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I finally got my Pioneer SC2023 Receiver but I have a question... maybe a stupid one. I tried connecting the speakers using banana plugs but for the receiver part it seems that the holes are too small. It doesn’t accept banana plugs? What type of plugs do I need?

 

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You may just need to push a little harder as some fit more snug then others.

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If you are usning locking bananas make sure they are unlocked.
Also make sure the receiver binding posts do not have plastic plugs in them to prevent European electrical plugs from going them.
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