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ICC Dual Speaker Spring Clip Keystone Jack - Ivory
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ICC Dual Speaker Spring Clip Keystone Jack - Ivory

Push-Pin Termination | Accepts 16 -14 AWG Wire | Color-Coded | Uses 50% Less Space

Item # IC107DSCIV
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Keystone inserts are an easy way to customize wall plates or patch panels to fit your install while providing a finished look. This dual speaker spring clip keystone provides a clean termination point for speakers while using 50% less space than standard speaker keystones. Use up to 16 AWG wire on the front push pins and 14 AWG on the rear. Color-coded and labeled push pins make it easy to install speakers with the correct polarity. Mount this keystone adapter into any keystone wall plate or patch panel.


  • Color: Ivory
  • Solderless
  • Up to 16 AWG speaker wire for front connection
  • Up to 14 AWG speaker wire for rear connection
  • Includes two female disconnectors suitable for 16-14 AWG speaker wires.
  • Fits into any Keystone opening
  • UL Listed
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Q: What does keystone mean?

A: Keystone refers to a standardized modular system where different jacks can be snapped into wall plates, surface-mount boxes, or a patch panel. Any keystone module (or jack) will fit in any keystone plate or panel.

Q: Which manufacturers' wall plates, patch panels and surface mount boxes will these jacks work with?

A: The dimensions of all keystone products are standardized, so these jacks should work with keystone products from any manufacturers. Some of the most popular brands are ICC, Panduit, and Leviton.

What is AWG?

AWG is the gauge size and denotes the thickness of the cable. The lower the gauge, the thicker the cable. AWG stands for "American Wire Gauge" and is a standardized wire gauge system used throughout the industry.

When would I use one gauge size of speaker wire over another?

The main consideration when choosing speaker wire should be the distance of the run. Longer runs require thicker conductor (lower AWG numbers) to make sure the signal does not degrade over the distance. On the other hand, a thicker conductor cable will be less flexible, more expensive, and potentially more difficult to terminate. Here are some rough guidelines:

Distance AWG
25 Feet or Less 18+
25-50 Feet 16
50-75 Feet 14
75 Feet or more 12 or less

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