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Metra Speaker Terminal

Square terminal cup with binding post connectors (for do-it-yourself box builders)

Item # 120TCSB

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Item # 120TCSB

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$9.99

About the Metra Speaker Terminal

This Metra square terminal cup features binding post terminals that make it easy to connect speaker wire to your speaker or subwoofer box. The pass-through binding posts accept bare wire, spade lugs, and banana plugs. Knobs are color-coded for positive and negative connections. Warranty: 60 days.

What's in the box:

  • Rectangular terminal cup with two binding post connectors
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Overview

General Overview: This rectangular 5-way binding post terminal cup will accept pin connectors, spade lugs, single and dual banana plugs, and bare wire up to 10 gauge. The posts are color-coded for positive and negative terminals. On the side that connects to the speaker, there are two 0.205" male quick-slides (will accept a 0.205" female quick slide). The wire can also be attached using the nut holding the quick-slides in place.

Note: Speaker wire and female quick-slides are needed to connect the terminals to the speakers.

Cut-Out Dimensions: The rectangular terminal cup requires a cut-out of 2.915" (wide) x 2.125" (high).

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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building a custom sub box [ Chase  Mar 30, 2020 ]
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Needed a terminal, square is easier to cut. [ Curtiss  Nov 22, 2018 ]
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For many years i have bought many things from Crutchfield and have never had a problem. [ Timothy  Aug 14, 2018 ]
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Solid connections to install on my DIY sub box. [ Nicholas  Jul 15, 2018 ]
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I couldn't find anything marine rated, but these look like good quality. [ John  Jun 11, 2018 ]
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These were purchased because I am building my own sealed subwoofer enclosure. Another online vendor set me two different kinds before. I know Crutchfield will not mess it up, so I am ordering it from them this time. [ Gabriel  May 23, 2018 ]
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Sub box [ Chase  Dec 21, 2017 ]
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I am building my own custom sub box for under seat of a 2008 Ford F350 Crew and wanted good terminals. [ GREG  Jul 22, 2017 ]
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I wanted a clean look and a secure connection for my subwoofer enclosure [ Glenn  Apr 19, 2017 ]
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Building my own box and wanted it to look neat and professional [ sunny1  Feb 15, 2017 ]
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I like this terminal due to the fact that wires are hidden in connector. [ L  Dec 31, 2016 ]
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building new speaker box [ JOHN  Dec 18, 2016 ]
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Adding this to the integrated sub box in some removable drawers I've built in the rear of our 4Runner. Allows the whole unit to be removed easily. [ adam  Nov 01, 2016 ]
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for a cleaner look for my outdoor speakers. [ Thomas  May 26, 2016 ]
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Building a 300 watt sub box [ Waylon W.  May 24, 2016 ]
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Used metra products previously and have no complaints [ Devin C.  Feb 18, 2016 ]
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I'm building a sub box and need terminals to wire it correctly [ Jarrett  Feb 17, 2016 ]
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When you build your own box, this terminal is a must have. I use 12 guage wire, and it fits good. [ Nico  Dec 21, 2015 ]
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2 questions already asked

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What should you use for an adhesive along with the screws I don't want it to rattle or whistle?
[ Nunya  Jul 10, 2019 ]
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So this part was installed into a custom built sub box. Depending on how thick your box is should determine the length of your screws. I used 1/2" wood screws, and liquid nail. But it already had a snug fit for the hole I cut and carpet that the box was wrapped in.
[ James  Jul 18, 2019 ]
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I used liquid nail as a gasket and then screwed it down, much how the rest of the enclosures was constructed. This was also the first enclosure I built due to where I wanted to hide the sub, so my advice should hold little weight. I also built it keeping in mind that it was only going to be for a single 12, 500watt, low volume enclosure setup, I didn't have to build Fort Knox.
[ Travis  Jul 17, 2019 ]
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you can try a multi purpose industrial epoxy adhesive or i hear super glue works well. be careful not to over use the super glue upon application.
[ chris  Jul 17, 2019 ]
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It didnt rattle in my box but simple calking should do, or even put electrical tape on the back edges before screwing it down
[ Kevin  Jul 17, 2019 ]
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You could apply silicone sealant or construction adhesive around the inside flange prior to inserting it into the box to ensure a tight seal.
[ Daniel  Jul 10, 2019 ]
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Is this metal or plastic?
[ Jode  Mar 17, 2017 ]
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Everything is plastic, minus the terminals obviously, which are metal.
[ Cody  Mar 20, 2017 ]
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It's plastic. Pretty good rigidity though. The terminals themselves are metal.
[ justin  Mar 19, 2017 ]
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Plastic
[ ryan  Mar 19, 2017 ]
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Plastic
[ Jansen  Mar 19, 2017 ]
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Plastic I am happy with it
[ JEFFERY  Mar 19, 2017 ]

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