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Monster. Especially if you buy the ones with plug-in ends. Stripping wire and rethreading it time after time gets pretty tedious.
What's your budget for the wire? Do you need to biwire?
I like Kimber and Cardas the best. Kimber 8TC is a really good budget cable.
I was thinking about picking up a few meters of this -
..... high quality bananas or spades adding maybe $10-15 to that for a pair of speaker wires, .....[/url]
I will probably go with Blue Jean Cables but.. I didn't actually need cables.
Serious question: do you even need to terminate it with bananas or spades?
Kimber makes a cleverly-designed spade called the Postmaster: imagine the tines of two spades in parallel, one on top of each other, but with a squishy material in between. The squishy material pushes the spades apart as you squish them in a binding post, so you can tighten the post just using your fingers, and have a pretty secure connection. It works very well.