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speaker wire differences

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by creed, Jan 12, 2004.

  1. creed

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    my front pair is just 9 feet, centre is 9 feet, while the rear is 30feet...and all wiring is the cheapo Cambridge 16gauge wiring, my Mission M74 allow for biwiring, but i've heard that using biwiring in home theatre just doesn't bring any difference...but i remember i've read somewhere, when you are using single wire, you can remove the brass connector and replace with a speaker wire, is that true, and how to do it.?.

    currently do you guys think that i should upgrade my speaker wire...my receiver is the Marantz SR4300...will upgrade wire to something like (Monster Cable 14/16gauge) helps.?.
     
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    or i can just buy some Monster Cable 14gauge/4 conductor and use it as biwire, since it can be find quite cheap on ebay auctions
     

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