Am in need of opinions regarding terminations for speaker wire--both at the amplifier end and the speaker ends--use none but bare wires, use ones in which a set screw tightens the wire into the connector (spade or banana), use the Monsters that pinch the wire as the connector is screwed together, or use soldered terminations using 2% silver solder, or ...? I realize that using the bare strand speaker wire without a termination will eventually oxidize and need to be either cut off and new wire stripped or some kind of cleaner used--say once a year. Since a number of terminations (both spade and banana) use set screws, it would seem that the copper strands in that case would also eventually oxidize. Are soldered terminations better--and if so, is 2% silver solder the ideal solder or should a different solder be used. My goal here is to make my own biwire speaker cables using Canare 4S11 or Tributary CS124 wire or ??? Opinions welcome. Michael S.