- .300 (RFQP-BNN) The standard housing opening
- .322 (RFQP-BNN-322) & .375 (RFQP-BNN-375) for larger cable
Additionally the insulators used by G&H are made of nylon, which does not shrink over time versus oher types of insulator material, which will eventually shrink and cause the plug to stop functioning or create crackles or buzzing noises. It’s good to see a manufacturer paying this much attention to the important details of tone and reliability.
G&H Industries are based in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. It’s great to see a quality plug like this with absolutely no skimping in the quality (or quantity – these are pretty hefty in comparison to other plugs I’ve seen) of material used in the construction and it’s actually manufactured in the U.S.A. For more information contact Paul Haas at G&H Industries/Abbatron. Now all I need is a good quality old school cable to connect them. Any suggestions?