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Cabling

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by a1rajput, Feb 28, 2005.

  1. a1rajput

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    Hi All
    I am in the process of cabling my rear speakers, as I have wooden flooring, I have a problem in hiding the running cables, I can overcome this problem, if I bring the speaker cable from outside(garden). My worry is, would it effect the performance of anything of anykind, as the cables I am using are normalthick cables from B&Q ?

    Please Advice.
     
  2. a1rajput

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    Hi Guys
    any suggestions, Please, :lease:
     
  3. recruit

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    a1 - If you are thinking of running cables outside they need to be weather proof and more importantly water proof otherwise you could damage you're speakers and electronics.
    Personally i would try and keep cableing inside for peace of mind.

    John
     
  4. a1rajput

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    Cheers mate! Any suggestions, how can I do this with wooden flooring?
     
  5. Filbert

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    Does the edges of your wood flooring have beading? If so, remove the beading, hide the cabling behind it, and then rpelace with the same, or wider beading if needed.
     

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