Speaker jumper cables--a type of sound?

I can't seem to find any reviews/comparisons that focus on sound differences(warm vs.neutral) between various jumpers for speakers. Maybe because the conclusion is really that obvious---that manufacturers' jumper cables sound similar in tone, at least, to their speaker cables. Do any of you mix one brand of speaker cable with a different brand of jumper cable? With what results soundwise? Thanks for any data, insights or impressions.
The classic issues that can make a difference in cables are related to factors such as length, wire diameter, configuration and so on; these affect resistance, capacitance, inductance and can also make the cable sensitive to external EMI influences.

Jumpers, by definition, are very short and therefore tend to contribute little toward adverse effects in the above mentioned areas.

I have certainly read accounts here and there of people who prefer one type of jumper over another, but even then I would expect any change to be less dramatic than what one experiences with longer cables.

As always, the thing to do is experiment for yourself and then run with what makes sense to you.
It makes more difference than you would think. I would go with ones from the same company as the main cables, not necessarily the same size. I have Cardas GRs and their jumper is much smaller but still works well.
Agree with Stanwal.

I used Analysis Plus jumpers as well as the same speaker cable.
Jumpers on an integrated should make a significant (i.e. easily heard, distinct, immediately noticeable, etc.) difference to the sound of the unit.

The difference can be perceptually every bit as dramatic as a pair of speaker cables being changed. In my experience in order to take a system to its highest performance one MUST work with the jumpers (i.e. remove them and find a suitable set for coordination with the system).

I would not typically encourage a person to use stock jumpers. One should not only consider proper jumpers, but also 1 meter lengths of paired interconnects if available. I have had better results from some interconnects acting as jumpers than shorter, dedicated jumpers. I believe the configuration of the cable takes precedence over the length in terms of what is changed in the sound.

Please read my "Audiophile Law" regarding jumpers on Dagogo.com


Of course, the quality of the system will dictate the degree to which the overall change will be appreciable. But, with good equipment the influence of aftermarket jumpers is not to be ignored.
Jumpers are very important. Get rid of the stock ones immediately. I tried a couple of solid metal ones but found the most neutral and pleasing were ones I made myself from the same cable that I use for my speaker cable.
Humanmedia...If you're referring to me, I am not using stock jumpers, but those made by the same fellow who makes my speaker cable.
Used several and locked in on NBS Omega jumpers...they work well with any high end speaker cables. Amazingly clear, dynamic and extended with accurate tonal transfer. They are supreme conduits for passing on the signal with extreme fidelity.
Yes you really want to match the speaker cable with the jumpers. Better yet just biwire.
Programmergeek has pretty much said it all.
All the same cables will work some of the time, but one size does not fit all. To each it's talents, no more and no less. To accept the paradigm that having all one type of cabling for maximum effect is paramount to using a sledge hammer.