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Old 03-10-2016, 10:37 PM   #21
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Neutrik does make a power connector very similar to a Speakon..called the Powercon..but it is spendy and I think it is only three terminals (Line-Neut-Gnd) . I have a few of the cord ends somewhere...

But it would not surprise me in the least that someone used Speakons for power..since a chassis recept is about $5 and the cord plug about $7-8 per.
theu were definately not power con, they were just the chinese ripp off of the sp4

at lest sp4 are rated at 30 amp 600v
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IMHO -- No way.

A flip lid is no dead front.


I thought that the " Lid " is screwed on over the outside , not flipped .





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