Ahhh ok. So it looks like the banana jack contact problem indeed. Right, there are some better locking bananas out there. Super , thank you and the others for your answers. Will do mijostyn and take a look at better connections...with maybe better cable.
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Ok but to add now to your answer:
The speaker cable has really good and firm terminations with gold plated banana jacks. The posts on the speakers are very good installed ( Leema Acoustics monitor speakers ) no loose parts either in speakers or with cable.
Do you think that banana jacks have not complete contacts inside the posts ? These are Z plugs. But again - the sticking tape makes the connection even smaller (?)
@roberjerman - Yes banana plugs, not jacks , sorry.
@others - Maybe we should leave this topic - I think we won't come to a right conclusion on this one. It's not just that I am a bored musician and came up with something insane - it's simply something with Cable specifications I think. I have no clue why changing or isolating anything an the back of the terminals changes SQ - I think it is unsolvable in this case. At the beginning I thought that the speakers have very instable impedance shifts but I got no clue why isolating ends of the cable improves that. Thank you anyway.
"In the stereo application with cinch plugs, new problems arise with the spatial separation of the ground leads (L / R) of the 2 cables, which do not exist with the 5-pin DIN connector with a ground pin and common screen for both channels. If the cables are apart, the ground lines form a loop, into which foreign alternating magnetic fields, e.g., hum, or causing high frequency interference. "