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Are thin sub cables much cop?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by MS-Yam, Nov 18, 2004.

  1. MS-Yam

    MS-Yam
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    I could do with a sub cable thinner than the one I use. Ideally it will be around 3-4mm thick. This is so I can position my sub somewhere other than right next to my TV/AV rack. But it needs to go under the carpet, around the edge of the room.

    At the same time though, I dont want to sacrifice the performance of my sub by getting a thin cable. The one I use is a thick dedicated sub cable from Profigold, which is great.

    Can anyone recommend any thin cables with decent performance? I think QED may do one but not sure.

    cheers guys
     
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    If it's a powered sub, then it doesn't need to be anything special. It's only a low level audio signal. My cable is only about 3mm thick, and it works fine.
     

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