I was hoping that you could could give a newbie (ok, a returnee) to the audiophile world a bit of advice on bi-wiring speakers for two-channel music playback. My questions are the following:
1. To bi-wire from an amp that has only one set of speaker outputs for each channel, is there any issue with having two runs of cable, one with banana plugs and one with spades to facilitate the connection to the amp? I once tried to bi-wire with two runs that had spades, and it was all but impossible to get a good connection with two spades jammed under one binding post. They frequently came loose. So, I was assuming one banana and one spade would work fine. Am I correct?
2. I'm looking at purchasing the Creek Destiny 2 Integrated Amp, and it has A/B speaker connections. Does it make any sense to attach one speaker run to A and one to B to bi-wire the speakers? Will this be sonically inferior to running both cables from A?
I appreciate your help on this. I did some searches and couldn't find this info. If it's been asked a million times before, I thank you for your patience in reading it again.
Happy New Year to all!