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Thank you for your response. I had previously read that topic, and had decided that I would like to try jumpers for myself, and see if I experienced a sonic difference. I'm just trying to figure out if I would experience some form of sonic degradation if I plugged a banana jumper into the back of the locking banana plug of my cables, versus connecting the jumpers directly to the binding posts? My mind tells me that as long as I have a solid connection, there should be no sonic degradation?
I'm sorry if I'm not getting this, but all that link is showing me is the performance profiles of their different lines of jumpers. I'm just trying to figure out if I can plug a banana jumper into the back of my Furutech banana, or do I have to resort to using spades on the posts that my cables connect to? I do really appreciate you time and input.
I plug the + speaker cable from my amp into the + on the bottom set of binding posts, and the - from the amp into the - on the top set of binding posts on my speakers, all spades.
Jumpers are bananas just jumping top to bottom.
As long as your connections are secure, there should be no sonic degradation. Locking bananas hold pretty well. Though not as secure as spades, they should be secure enough if they are locking bananas.