So, I have a vintage Pioneer hi-fi installation and I want to use it in a recording studio. It features two passive speakers and one amplifier. My problem is that the speakers need to be connected to the amp by tightening speaker wire to them using screws - and I want to be able to easily attach and detach them.
The amp has speaker plugs (similar to the modern binding posts) which look like
and the connection on the speaker side is kind of like a binding post, like
but it's just simple screws holding the wire.
Now, my questions is: does anyone know if there already exists some cable connector which fits these connections? Or does anyone have a suggestion on how to make one myself? I have a basic knowledge of soldering. I would love to just have a 1/4" or banana plug speaker cable which I could easily plug in or remove when I want to. I am aware of the possibility to plug in banana jacks into binding posts, but they would in no way fit mine.
Edit: I also can't seem to open my passive speakers to change out the connections.