I recently made the switch to Speakon cables for my rig and for our band's PA as well. I'm using a Stewart World 2.1 amp and most of the time I run one cab off each of the two channels the Stewart has. The Stewart amps only have binding post, banana or 1/4 plugs for the output. I took some 14 gauge wire from the binding posts of each channel of the amp and ran them to female Speakons that I mounted in the rear fan panel of my rack, one for each channel. Works great, but here is the rub. What if I want to use the amp in bridge mono? When you run the Stewart in bridge mono you use the positive output of each channel. Could I run another wire from the positive output of each channel and then send it to third Speakon female jack that would be use exclusively for bridge mono operation? Since this would represent an open circut I can't see where this should be a problem when runnnig the amp in stereo. Anyone tried this? Thoughts?