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Connecting Bi-Wire Cable to single speaker input...?

Oluain

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Hi,
I have just received some new AudioQuest Rocket 11 speaker cable and am in the process of terminating the ends to connect it to my hi-fi system (Spendor A7 speakers and Cyrus8XP amp).

The speakers have a single black and red input.

Silly questions... but I assume the attached photo is the correct way to terminate these ends?

Also, what is the purpose of the black rubber strips running alongside each wire? I assume these are just some form of insulation that should be cut?

Thanks!
 

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Oluain

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Also... the cables have an arrow on them... is this the direction from the amp to each speaker?
 

Al ears

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That's fine. The black rubber strips are part of the cable insulation and can be cut back.
If you believe cables can be directional then yes the arrows point from the amp to the speakers.
 

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