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post #1 of 2 Old 01-12-2013, 04:43 PM - Thread Starter
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I want to drill some holes along all the studs from the rack closet, around to the screen and past it so I have speakers and sub connects on each side of the screen. I need to run speaker wires (12g monoprice), RCA cables for the subs (also monoprice), and also 3 very long USB cables (monoprice yet again, BUT, with a range extender built inline). Can I run them all in the same holes in the studs? I know not to put any wiring near the electrical wires, but will I get any humming, buzzing or any other type of interference if I have these 3 different types of wire along the same set of holes in the studs?
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You should be just fine doing what you describe.



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