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Hi everyone,

I acquired an old pair of B&W DM-600 bookshelf speakers (made in the mid 90's) and this is the first time I've encountered a pair of HF / LF connections (I am no audiophile). After a little researching I found out that most of the time these connections are jumpered with metal plates. My speakers are not jumpered, so I was wondering if should create a jumper myself? Would I be able to purchase plates that would fit (assuming the connections are of a standard orientation), or should i wire the jumpers myself and then use a banana plug on the end?

Just thought I would check on this!
 

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Yes. you can jumper them with some speaker wire, then use banana plugs to connect them to your amp. Welcome. Have fun. Dennis
 

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You can likely still get them from B&W, but I would just use some heavy gauge copper wire, like some 12awg electrical wire, cut and bend to fit.
 
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