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Sub cable

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by adams901, Apr 1, 2018.

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    If you're looking for a reasonable to good quality subwoofer cable and wish to buy them via Amazon, then check our Fisual Subwoofer Cables

    One thing to always remember about a subwoofer cable is that some ultra thin cables produce a very weak bass sound. So, personally, I would always go fora thicker cable than a thin one unless you are looking at the Fisual ultra compact subwoofer cables range
     
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    As from what I can read from the link the primewire example is based on an AWG24 core. With 7.5m length the resistance is appr. 0.63 ohms. This should be compared with the input impedance of an active subwoofer that is typically 10000 - 100000 ohm. And the capacitance between the signal and ground of the cable does not have any measurable effect to the audio signal in low frequencies. So from an electrical point of view I cannot see that this cable could any measurable or audible influence on the audio performance of the subwoofer. It should therefore in my opinion be well suited for the intended purpose.
     

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