AudioQuest PSC BiWire Jumpers
Set of 4 jumpers for use with a pair of bi-wirable speakers
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Our take on the AudioQuest PSC BiWire Jumpers by Crutchfield's Ralph Graves
You know that upgrading your system's audio cables can improve its performance and sound. The same is true of bi-amp jumper cables. Now you can replace the cheap, gold-plated stamped-brass jumpers included with most bi-ampable speakers with AudioQuest PSC BiWire Jumpers.
These jumpers are made of AudioQuest's high-purity Perfect Surface Copper, for improved signal transfer. And they're silver-plated, to protect the jumpers from sound-degrading oxidation.
- set of four 16-gauge solid copper bi-wire jumpers (each is about 4" long)
- silver-plated for protection against oxidation
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- Four 16-gauge bi-wire jumpers (silver)
These jumpers give noticeably better sound than the "stock" jumpers that come on speakers. Well worth the cost.
John, Las Vegas, NV
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No need to strip them just wrap them around the post. Better yet if you have unused speaker ports consider bi-amping for a much better sound [ Jeffery Sep 05, 2017 ]
no, these are not speaker wire, install as is use electrical pliers to tighten [ Diego Sep 03, 2017 ]
These jumpers are used when you have a speaker that can be bi-wired, but you don't want to do so. This is usually due to cost, as bi-wiring requires an additional set of cables per speaker, or an expensive specialty cable that takes two terminals on one end, and outputs to 4 terminals on the other. I have the Silver RX 6 towers from Monitor Audio, and like most manufacturers, they provide a set of brass stamped connectors to tie the high end of the speaker to the low. These connectors are not very high quality. The jumpers replace those stamped connectors, allowing me to drive the speakers with one set of cables. [ Terence May 07, 2015 ]