Speaker cable interference info?

9761

Standard Member
Hi,

Im running all my Cables from my TV through the wall into a Cuboard where dvd and amp will be. Now in the wall will be 2 HDMI,1 AERIAL, 1 Power cable and Component cable.
Now I will also need to run my Speaker cable with the other cables into the cuboard, now will the speaker cables pickup interference running along side the other cables or would I need some screened or twisted speaker cables?

Thanks
 

Gadgetcity

Novice Member
Speakers are low impedance, high current devices so should not be affected by the other cables. You are more likely to get interference on the other cables from the speaker cable or, more likely, 50Hz pickup from the mains cable.

Hope that helps
 

vex

Novice Member
If possible I would drill two holes 5 - 10cm apart, one for power and the other for signals.

As has been said, Power hum at 50Hz could be the your biggest problem.

V.
 

9761

Standard Member
Well I have already put the channeled into the wall allready, I am planning to use CY cable to make my mains cable, this should reduce mains hum shouldn't it?


Many Thanks
 

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