Silver MemberUsername: Rh1
Post Number: 197
Bronze MemberUsername: Jamesp
Mansfield , TX USA
Post Number: 58
An inexpensive way to try first would be to replace the binding post clips that came with the speakers. Use a 12 or 14 gauge wire with spades on the end or bare wire, whichever you choose. See how that sounds. The clips are cheap that come with the speakers so replacing them might make a difference. You can also get some banana plugs or use spades, whichever you choose for the wires to your 60's and the clip replacements. I do not believe there is any difference in sound whether you use spades, banana plugs or bare wire. The connectors are just easier for taking cables on and off.
I did notice a difference when I went to 14 gauge tributaries wire and bi wired my Studio 20's. The sound was noticably clearer than with using monster cable non biwired with the clips supplied by Paradigm. I spent over $100 just replacing cables for the mains and center.
There are some who have had good results with replacing the clips. It is cheap and if the sound improves then there may be no need to buy all the extra cabling and connectors.