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    This is the real Buttkicker with the wireless hookup and 1000 watt Amp. I have used it for about 10 movies but am forced to sell it as I need the $$.

    I paid over $300 for the system and it rocked the whole room. I just had it sitting under my couch frame that we sat on while we watched movies and it is very realistic. Again had my mom move in with us and am getting rid of a bunch of electronics that I am not using. This would be a steal for someone that needs it. Email me for info and photos as I do not check here every day.

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    how much $
    Time waits for no man.

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    • #3
      Sold to local buyer.
      Thanks
      Oakie Mike

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      • #4
        Speaker terminal size

        What is the size for the speaker terminals on the Arx line? Are they a standard size to accomadate banana plugs or are they smaller? The pics I have seen seem to be smaller to me. For the life of me I couldn't find the spec on them, it's a strong possibilty that I have overlooked but I can't find them. I am making my speaker wires and would like to know so that I can get the right parts ordered. Thanks in advance for any help!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Thegoatlantern
          What is the size for the speaker terminals on the Arx line? Are they a standard size to accomadate banana plugs or are they smaller? The pics I have seen seem to be smaller to me. For the life of me I couldn't find the spec on them, it's a strong possibilty that I have overlooked but I can't find them. I am making my speaker wires and would like to know so that I can get the right parts ordered. Thanks in advance for any help!
          Arx inputs are heavy knurled posts that accept bare wire, pins, lugs, or bananas. We did not resort to the usual cheal plastic unput cups or the push-terminal style.

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          • #6
            Excellent and thank you Jon! I was just making sure because I haven't seen that style input posts before.

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            • #7
              The banana jacks can accept standard dual banana plugs?

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              • #8
                I can post a picture of the A1s with banna plugs in them if you would like?

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                • #9
                  From the site picture it looks about 1" on center, which should be perfect. If you could measure the center to center spacing, it would be appreciated.

                  Thanks.

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                  • #10
                    A pic would be helpful as well.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 2Ch
                      From the site picture it looks about 1" on center, which should be perfect. If you could measure the center to center spacing, it would be appreciated.

                      Thanks.
                      Are you asking me? If I so I don't understand what your asking..

                      I will post a pic tomorrow morning, I had to leave tonight and just got home.

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                      • #12
                        Arx terminal spacing is the standard 0.75" (3/4") on center. Posts are five-way. A pic from the A2:



                        0.75" spacing goes way back to the earlier days of test equipment, and the common Pomona brand dual molded banana plug, which is still a clean and inexpensive way to terminate speaker cables.

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                        • #13
                          My bad. I meant to post 3/4" on center.

                          The concern arose when I assumed the all speaker banana jacks on avr's had 3/4" spacing and would readily accept dual banana plugs. Not.

                          Thanks, Jon.

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                          • #14
                            It won't be necessary. Jon has answered my question.

                            Thanks anyway, Aus10

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