hey, I've got a 1x12 combo amp where the wire coming off of the speaker terminates with a 1/4" connector that then plugs into the amp. I want to have this wire longer. It appears that the 2 wires attached to the speaker tabs have their own insulation wraps, so I'm assuming something like Redco Audio - Custom Audio Cables - Recording Studio Supplies - Custom A/V Panels - Mogami W3103 2cond. Speaker Cable is an example of proper cable to use? I'm asking because Redco Audio - Custom Audio Cables - Recording Studio Supplies - Custom A/V Panels - Mogami W3082 Speaker Cable and Redco Audio - Custom Audio Cables - Recording Studio Supplies - Custom A/V Panels - Mogami W2921 4cond. Speaker Cable are also available, and I want to make sure I get the right stuff. Also, speaker wire is just wired to standard 1/4" connectors right? The connectors are no different than what you would use for instrument cable, correct? The only other thread I saw when I searched talked about using 4 conductor cable to make like a "star quad," but I had only heard about this for mic cables...does this work for speaker cable? Any benefit over short distances? Last question. Is it safe to run a speaker cable out of an amp, then to say a 1/4" panel jack on one side of a wall wired with speaker cable to another 1/4" jack on the other side of the wall (like through the wall), then another piece of speaker cable from the 2nd panel jack and on to the cab? Thanks guys, hoping to get some answers so I can get my order placed today before the weekend!