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Ann K Stachowski

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Bare wire 70 volt speakers - never wired before - plenum
« on: July 07, 2020, 04:33:35 pm »

Been doing installs for higher ed for over 10 years,  had someone swap out an order for me(massive shipping delays for original stock), thinking they knew what I wanted.....everything about them is fine....but ends are bare wire, no ports, phoenix connectors.....nothing, just a  20 gauge wire tail......I've torn out old systems that had  wire nuts,  just never installed one fresh always had some sort of connector.....amp is phoenix out...math is fine.  I've been lucky with loop throughs, or even screw ons, just never bare wires.....

Are wire nuts assumed??...again, never had to handle bares,  or are there hubs/allowable connections for above grid I just haven't found yet?  For everything else plenum rated...it seems to easy

I don't know why I'm hesitating....anyone working in higher ed right now is stressed to the max...please be kind...yes I already feel like I should know this and should be elementary....felt like I was sick that day 20 years ago when this topic came up.....

any recommendations..links to products used..besides a bucket a wire nuts....videos   would be grateful..... .

Thanks in advance,
always grateful for any time reading these

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« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2020, 04:59:49 pm »

Been doing installs for higher ed for over 10 years

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