Ordered the Pantheon

eagle3333

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llsaw — or anyone else who has Gryphon Audio loudspeakers:

Do the speaker terminals accept banana plugs? (There is a little hole in the back of the terminals which looks too small to accept banana plugs.)
The Pantheons did, Ron. I'd be surprised if their others didn't.
 

FrankWies

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Congrats llsaw....hopefully can visit on my return to Penang....what Gryphons is Fabian using at Ferringhi Gardens [forgotten the model]
 

Ron Resnick

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Thank you for letting me know. It’s funny because it just looks like that hole in the center of the terminal would be too small to except a standard banana plug.
 
Feb 26, 2016
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Hi Ron,

The Pantheon and all current Gryphon speaker terminals have no problems accepting banana plugs. If you can check my earlier post where I was testing the Ansuz D2 speaker cables, there are a couple pictures of the D2's plugged into the Pantheon's speaker terminals via its banana plugs.
 

Ron Resnick

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I see the photo now, thank you!

Do you happen to know if Gryphon Audio prefers sonically the use of banana plugs or spade lugs on its speakers?
 
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I see the photo now, thank you!

Do you happen to know if Gryphon Audio prefers sonically the use of banana plugs or spade lugs on its speakers?
I would think spades as their (Gryphon) speaker cables only comes with spade end connectors as far as I know.
 

Ron Resnick

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Thank you.
 

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