- Hi Hobbs , Thank you for the Ideas, but I really want to leave the option open to be able to Bi-Amp or not Bi-Amp...
- I really hope another idea shows up... I have another friend with the same issue and I wanted to recommend Tube Connectors to him too.
--- I do have one other idea on how to do the same thing as the Tube Connectors but will make the speaker cables that run to my speakers unable to be used with other speakers that I have....
Why not replace both with tube connectors and do a traditional bi-wire speaker cable instead of using a jumper? If you want to leave the option for bi-amping, and still have tube connectors, this is the way to go.
I have been having similar thoughts. This will mean if you are not biamping, you will have to biwire, which is what you're doing already anyway. You'd just have the jumper to be on the cable instead of the binding post, which some people prefer anyway. Mostly anyone who sells cables will have a biwire cable, or you can make it yourself by counter braiding 4 16awg cables together(2 pairs), connecting both positives into the single amp end, and one each for the Tube connector. Same for negative. Easy to do as well with a braided cable like the one Danny sells.
So if you don't want to connect the wires internally, you can do it externally, without a binding post. Upgrading your speakers components usually does not hurt resale, I've come to find.
Apologies if this has already been addressed, I'm still on page 3 of the thread!