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Wall Sockets For Speakers

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by TOM ALLEN, Sep 20, 2002.

  1. TOM ALLEN

    TOM ALLEN
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    I'm looking to conceal my speaker wires in the wall,I therefore need sockets to terminate wire.I've seen them around, but , they're all standard patress(like a conventional mains socket) I would prefer something smaller, much smaller & prettier (gold or w.h.y.) what would the likes of CEDIA use?Bear in mind I'm not loaded.:D
     
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    The likes of CEDIA, formerly myself inlcuded, would probably not bother with the wall sockets and just get the cables terminated with Airloc bananas/spades (whichever was most appropriate), and run them through a hole in a blanking plate.

    This means that you have less unessecary joins in the cable which degrades the sound quality.

    Oh, it's cheaper too.:)
     

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