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    RCA's or Speaker Wire

    Which would you get the most bang for your dollar. Purchasing very good set of interconnects or very good speaker wire. With about 150 watts rms per channel.







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    Re: RCA's or Speaker Wire

    Neither makes much of a difference. Get a big enough gauge for your speakers and all wire is basically the same. In the end its just metal strands in a plastic tube.

    I've always been fine buying Walmart RCA's. But if you really want to buy really nice RCA's or wire, go for the RCA's. They might have better shielding and reduce the chances of noise entering your signal.



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    Re: RCA's or Speaker Wire

    $7 Sound Quest Unshielded twisted pair rca's - $0.25/ft 16 ga home depot speaker wire. Noise-free.




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    Re: RCA's or Speaker Wire

    Thanks alot, I will save a few dollars.




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