Interference - Power Leads & Speaker Cables

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  1. Paolo

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    Hi All,

    We moved house this week & I finally get the chance to put my PW7 on the wall.

    Does anyone have any experience of angle griding and then burying the relevant leads.

    A guy in B&Q today told me to create seperate channels for the power and speaker leads otherwise there would be intereference on the sound.

    I need to channel the PW7 power lead, a Silver Anniversary speaker cable to my KEF Egg centre speaker, a component lead and a VGA cable.

    Was planning to put them in the same channel and really don't want to go to the hassle of digging out 2.

    Do I need seperate channels or will I get away with one?

    Any advice appreciated...

    Cheers,
    Paul.
     
  2. Not A Clue

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    Have a search on this forum as there has been lots around - i'm going to be using an sds drill to do mine and fit a plug socket behind the plasma using a separate channel to the normal cables
     
  3. Jazz Monkey Jr

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    Try to keep them seperate, even if it is an inch or two.
     

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