Hi, TL;DR: What's the best way to cover outdoor speaker ends for a snowy Canadian winter? The story: I installed a pair of Yamaha ns-aw392 all weather speakers on my back deck this summer. I'm going to take them down for the cold snowy Canadian winter before any snow actually flies. My generally thought is the speakers will last a few years longer if I treat them better. I ran good high quality rubberized cable outside, and terminated one speaker with banana clips, and screwed the wire directly on to the screw terminates on the 2nd speaker. The banana clips were forcing the speaker to be angled up higher then I wanted them, not allowing for a snug fit against the house. When I take the speakers down, I'm wondering, what's the best way to cover outdoor speaker wire ends? Tuck them under the siding? Wrap them in a plastic? Duck tape them? I'm not sure what's the best way to protect the wire ends for next spring. Thanks for any tips.