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Cable recommendations for Kef Eggs

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Ally, Feb 9, 2003.

  1. Ally

    Ally
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    Hi everyone

    Any cable recommendations for my soon to arrive Kef eggs. They will be fed from a Yamaha RVX-630 reciever and I will probably need about 20-25 metres in total. Also can anyone tellme how these terminate at the speaker. Will standard bananas be ok?

    Thanks


    Ally
     
  2. vee_cee

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    Ally

    I use QED original (front LCR) and QED micro (Rear LR), but personally as long as it's OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) cable it depends on your budget as to which you should get.

    Original is £2.50 a metre and Micro £1.50 a metre.

    Termination wise either banana's or bare wire can be used, I prefer the later.

    Cheers
    VC
     
  3. Silent Fly

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    Ally,

    I suggest you the excellent Maplin "HD Loudspeaker Cable" (code: XR60Q) 0.49/mt.

    I use it with my Marantz 5300 and 6 eggs + sub.

    The eggs accept the cable with or without bananas.
     
  4. Ravi 123

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    Qed original can be had from the Hifi Store for £2m a metre only a saving of 50p a metre but it all counts........:D
     
  5. Bogside

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    My two-penneth: I got the QED original for my KEF's (front and rears)
     

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