I made up some Cat5 cable as explained on the tnt site, thef ull frequency one. Here is what I did, took 3 lengths of Cat 5e cable and plaited them together, heat shrinked at each end to keep together. Now for the terminations< I did them a little different to how they were explained on the tnt site. Th eguy on there says for the woofer, just connect all cores of one cable and all cores of a 2nd together to make up + & - connections, but for tweeter separate into colours & whites. Thing is I decided at the amp end this could cause confusion with mixed colours/whites in each polarity connection, SO I decided that I woul dsplit the pairs for both woofer and tweeter. At the woofer I took two fo the cables and twisted all colours together and marked - then twisted all whites together and marked +. 3rd cable for tweeter, twisted all colours togerther for - and all whites together for +. The at amp end twist ALL colours together for - and all whites for +. Will thsi be OK or have I done something wrong? Just wondred why he didn;t suggest the pairing method for the woofer as well. I realise that the inductance is not as important for woofer, but if you're going to the trouble of actually making the cable up you might as well apir for both woofer & tweeter, right? Or wrong? Will try them tomorrow, hopefully I'll notice a difference against my twin & earth setup, should do at least for the larger guage cable.