Belkin PureAV HP for front's or rears.

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  1. Dr E

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    I have two lots of different speaker wire for me to use.

    They are...

    Belkin PureAV 16 guage basic wire
    Belkin PureAV 16 guage Hi Performance wire

    I want to run wires in the ceiling to connect 2x rears and 2x fronts and of course the centre speaker.

    But I only have enough to do either the fronts or rears in the hi performance stuff.

    Question is whats best in hi performance wire is it the fronts or the rears.

    Tia

    Mick
     
  2. paulst10

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    Moved to Cables, Interconnects & Connections :smashin:
     
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    Fronts every time. Very little comes out of the rears. 60% from the center, 30% from fronts and 10% from rears.
     
  4. MarkTaylor

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    If they are both 16 gauge I suspect you'll have trouble spotting any performance difference between them to be honest.

    If it worries you though then yes, the centre and fronts are the most important of the speakers.
     
  5. Dr E

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    Thanks guys fronts it is.
     

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