Crimp Terminals (pair)How about putting spade lug connectors at the wire ends that connect to the speakers?
Canadian Tire and Home Depot sells 0.250" which I have used in the past and squeezed them gently with pliers to tighten them a bit.These 0.205" crimp-on terminals fit the majority of modern guitar and bass speakers.
I used to buy them at Radio Shack, when they were the go-to place for small audio parts. After that, I found them at Home Depot. You might find them in similar hardware or electronics stores.Any chance places like home Depot or the source have these crimp connectors?
In general, unless you intend to swap your speakers frequently, soldering is actually preferred. Not just to maintain a solid connection for the health of your amp, but also to reduce the chance of vibrations resulting from loose crimp terminals (which some people don't know how to fix and/or blame the speaker for being defective.)Arent crimp connectors stock in most cabs?
That's odd because we definitely have enough wire. I took a look at our back-end system and it should be corrected now.