I need some help finding a solution to a wiring problem in my wife school classroom. My wife is a music teacher so you can guess this time of year is busy with concerts. She has a stereo in her room that she also uses for concerts. She has to haul it down to the gym as well as two of the four speakers. I went and wired the speakers up with bullet connectors so that she could just unplug the speakers in her class room, move things to the gym and plug in the extension wiring I made for her complete with the correct bullet connectors. The problem is that the darn bullet connectors won't stay on. They either slide off, break off, or they are so darn hard to get apart my wife breaks them off and the wire as well. In two weeks I've put 20 new ones back on. The bigger issue is that the wiring is small, 18-20 gauge at most. If I crimp to hard, I cut the wire. If I don't crimp them hard enough, the bullet connectors just slide off. The connectors I'm currently using are these GB Bullet Splices at Blain's Farm & Fleet.
Anybody got any ideas as to how I can make things easy to connect and disconnect without having to put new ends on each time? Is the wiring just to small of a gauge and I should just buy these GB GB-3 Orange WireGard Color - Coded Screw - On Wire Connectors at Blain's Farm & Fleet. Then could just un twist them and retwist once stuff is in the gym? Just looking for a way to make things easier on my wife when it comes to moving stuff for concerts.