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I have never spent much money on interconnections and wire.
In all my systems the wire is radio shack.
That said, I want to upgrade.
As I understand it, when it comes to speaker wire, the only consideration needs to be gauge.
The longer the run the lower the gauge.
As to interconnects, there is no advantage/disadvantage to be had.
True for both RCA and XLR.
Subwoofer cable is nothing but dedicated RCA or XLR.
That said, I have also read that the insulation on interconnects can help to keep out noise.
So my question is, do I understand the basics correctly and how insulated do the XLR/RCA need to be?
Will the sound potentially be improved by the elimination of unwanted noise in a better shielded/insulated cable?
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