I have the original Parts Express 10" Titanic subwoofer driver which has binding posts, so that connection is easy. I also have the PE 260-311 terminal cup that I'd like to connect the driver to. The exterior side of the cup has binding posts, but the interior side just has some metal strips with a little hole in them. My first thought was to perhaps solder wire to the terminals, but I'm sure there has to be a better way, and crimping is probably the answer. However, I have absolutely no experience with crimping. So, could someone recommend what type of crimping tool I should buy and what else I need to buy in order to connect speaker wire (say 16 gauge) to the cup terminals? Thanks, Vinh Just a quick note, I used to use a plate amp, so never ran into this problem before.