Sub Interconnects

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by game over, Nov 2, 2005.

  1. game over

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    I need to put my sub further away from my amp the total cable run will be 14-15meter I currently have a 7.5 meter interconnect, is it possible to get another 7.5 meter interconnect and some kind of barrel connector and if so will the quality be ok if I do this?
    If not does anyone make a 15 meter cable? And again will the quality be ok?


    Thanks in advance for any advice.....
     
  2. loadsofleads

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    Hi game over, you could get another 7.5 meter and then attach a coupler as you suggested, or better still get a decent 15 meter subwoofer cable, Supra design them up to this length and the quality is excellent :thumbsup:
     
  3. Joe Fernand

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    Hello gameover

    You could use a 7.5m RCA(F) to RCA(M) 'extension' cable in preference to an RCA(M) to RCA(M) cable + barrel adapter.

    Then again the difference in price between a 7.5m and a 15m VanDamme 6.0mm OFC RCA(M) to RCA(M) cable is about £7.00.

    Best regards

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