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They look like banana plugs to me.
 

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Let me go ask my neighbors dog.
BTW, do they move on their own?
 

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Why would you even buy them if you didn't know what they are.....

Musta been a smokin' deal! :laugh:
 

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Yes male banana plugs used commonly with audio devices but can be used with any small gauge wiring projects.
 

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Yep. banana Plugs single ended. Now illegal in commercial audio installs due to open architecture (Fire Marshall Bill frowns).
Were used primarily for high current speaker wire up to 10 gauge.
 

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Little z,
Can you take another pic with say, your finger or some such in view so as to get an idea of the true size of these? I may actually have a use for them.

TIA
Scott
 

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Little z
Thanks for doing that.
I was hoping they would be a good bit smaller version, for a project Im doing. Oh well.
 

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No spring thing on the pin, like a banana plug has. The hole does look like its for another plug, but not much clearance. Without the corresponding female socket, their of dubious value. You could measure the pin diameter and then search for an answer.
 
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