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MJConroy Posted 2 years 11 months ago
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I just bought a pair of Triton Ones.
I got some new subwoofer cables from BlueJean Cables.
Hooked up the right speaker, no problem, but the connector on the right speaker is just a bit larger and neither one of the cables (either ends) will slip over the jack.
Anybody else had this issue?
Suggestion of a suitable female to male connector to solve the issue?
(My old looser Monster Cable subwoofer cable fits but I was hoping to replace it.)

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Moderator Posted 2 years 10 months ago
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We have had reports of this on BlueJean cables (only). I would guess their spec is a bit tight and perhaps the connector on the one speaker is slightly above spec for some reason. Would need to replace input panel to resolve.

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jameslandry Posted 5 months 4 hours ago
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I use Goalfish. Coming with a unique double-braided exterior design, the Goalfish RCA Male to Male Audio Stereo Subwoofer Cable ensures long-lasting performance. This product has gone through a series of bending tests, proving it durable enough for rugged use. With 24K gold-plated plugs, this RCA cable shows premium sound quality.

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PENNSTATEMIKE Posted 2 weeks 1 day ago
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I have the same issue but with different cables, not just blue jeans Cables. I've sent emails to Golden Ear about this but never got a response. I'd like to get a smaller connector to mount on the rear of the speaker but don't know if that's possible.

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Moderator Posted 2 weeks 20 hours ago
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Hi PENSTATEMIKE, I'm sorry for the trouble. We've found that AudioQuest subwoofers cables fit (and work) quite well with the Triton towers. (I'm not aware of a smaller connector that could be installed on the back of the tower's amplifier panel.)

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PENNSTATEMIKE Posted 2 weeks 19 hours ago
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Thanks for the quick response. This problem is only with one of the speakers - the Blue Jeans subwoofer cable fits fine on the other tower. I can sort of jam the connector onto the problem speaker but am not really sure if its making a good connection.

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