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Basics of solderless terminating?

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Could I get a brief description of solderless terminating?
I've read on this forum that "banana plugs" are superior
to soldered connections-so solder is superfluous, or even
interferes with current?!?!
& are Radio Shack "banana plugs" acceptable? Will
clerks know what these are ?
post #2 of 6
Hello,

There is no substitute for soldering. Good soldering makes supreme electrical contact.

Tomo
post #3 of 6
There's also wire wrap, right?
It's a bit exotic and not suited for larger projects, but still...

Bye

Redwoood
post #4 of 6
Well, I would think a good air-tight crimp would be better than solder, and I doubt radioshack makes good bannana plugs.
post #5 of 6
Air-tight versus not-air-tight? :B

Wouldn't a non-air-tight connection just..slip out?

b
post #6 of 6
Extremely flawlessly über ultra omega super tight, mkay?
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