I have one idea which IN THEORY should work but may as well be a complete bull. Here we go - I have a pair of speakers which can be tri-wired. So, I connect my speaker cable (supposed to be neutral) to the bass terminals. Then I take two pairs of jumpers made of some really warm sounding wire, say, of Cardas cable, and connect the bass terminal to the mid and treble. It's widely accepted that the character of any speaker cable is in most cases determined by it's first inch, so to speak. So, does it mean that my mid/treble would be coloured (or in my case - warmed up) appropriately?