Use Cardas cable.
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If you like your current Cardas speaker cables and they're not bi-wire, I recommend trying Cardas stranded (not solid) jumper cables instead of going straight to bi-wire. My personal experience is that stock brass jumper plates, or solid rods or plates, had a very negative impact on SQ. I've been using bi-wire for some time, but always used a quality jumper cable when not bi-wiring; using the same brand and model of jumper as the speaker wires. Bi-wiring may or may not do anything for you over the quality-jumper approach.
Keep your Cards SCs and get either of these:
I use the DH Labs jumper cables and they work just fine.
All the best,
I appreciate all the good feedback and advice from all of you. I would like to bi-wire but my speaker cable model are no longer being made. It's too bad because my amp is made for bi-wiring. The Maze Reference jumpers look really good and are not expensive. I am going to try them because I can't get jumpers of my model cables either. I'll let you know how it works out when I get them. Also, I can take my time and look for a used set of my speaker cables for bi-wiring. I just started to break in a new pair of speakers and that's why I want everything to be right.