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In Reply to: RE: Speaker Jumpers? posted by Jack G on May 07, 2017 at 06:26:05
I'm reading bi-wire seems most liked but am not willing to spend for new bi-wire cables. I think I'll see If I can try some wire jumpers I know some companies allow returns.
I'm not quite sure what kind of audiophile jumper you are talking about but I kinda agree with Jack. My suggestion would be to use a 12 or 10 awg solid magnet wire or if you don't want to do that than you could get some high purity audio grade OCC insulated solid wire and maybe use like 2 16 awg runs per rail. T456
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I initially replaced my adapters with cable jumpers which made an improvement and later got a pair of *used* bi-wire cables for an excellent price.
Used cables are your friends: inexpensive, broken-in, etc.
Just be sure it's from an honest source.
Here are three suggestions for jumpers:
Mapleshade ribbons-very quick and articulate
Clear Day double-shotgun very good and cheap ($35/pr)
Furutech 16ga wire available in red/black
Almost any wire is better than the brass plates.
They don't have to be super-duper high end, Just about anything is better than those brass plates many speakers use.
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