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Biwire cabling

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by daren jackson, Oct 18, 2002.

  1. daren jackson

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    I have a new AV room with speaker terminals in each corner which have been biwired back to the AV pre/power amps. The speaker wire is the QED Silver Anniversary. I then only need about half a metre of bi-wire cabling to each speaker - what do people recommend?
     

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  2. buns

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    I presume you are meaning what cavble to run from wall sockets to speaker? In that case, the same cable as you already used! :D

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  3. Burt

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    Darren,

    Who makes the speaker sockets? I'm building a house and want to conceal all cables.

    Thanks

    Ian
     
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    You can make those sockets yourself, components can be purchased at electronic shops. Just need a dummy socket, the terminals and some handy-man skills.
    There are also some manufacturers of AV sockets and accessories who offer those (e.g. GIRA, but don't know if they are available in the UK).

    You may also want to try hand-marts ... perhaps they have something like that in the electrical department.
     

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