Understanding speaker connections can be incredibly confusing for you since they come with so many options when integrating audio systems.
But there is a logic behind all those different cables connected to the audio equipment.
Here is the deal.
After you read this, you will gain an understanding of all the different kinds of speaker connections, their functionality, and how they are integrated with the electronics systems.
Today’s new audio components are equipped with different types of connections.
Figuring out how to connect the speakers, amplifiers, receivers, and mixers can be confusing.
Binding terminals secure bare speaker wire and banana plugs.
The speaker wire transmits audio signals through copper cables.
A banana plug is used to connect speaker wire to a binding terminal firmly.
Dual banana plugs firmly connect speaker wires to binding terminals.
Binding connectors firmly connect speaker wires to spring clip terminals.
Spade connectors connect speaker cables to binding terminals.
An XLR connector has three conductors (“positive, negative, and ground“).
And it is mostly associated with professional audio equipment because of its balanced audio interconnectivity.
RCA connectors transmit audio signals through RCA cables.
Understanding what speaker connections to use in a home theater can be very technical and challenging to comprehend.
We hope that this infographic will assist you to visualize better how speaker connections can be connected.
And how to make sure that audio is transmitted better.
Like always I’d like to hear from you:
Which of all of the connectors are you using?
Or maybe I didn’t mention speaker connections that you have in mind?
Either way, let me know by leaving a comment below right now.