They're commercial and probably have scientists working on their wire. I checked a while back on cable theory in characteristics of science terminology, and I found wire, ordered it and now I have it in my basement waiting for tech flex. Also, I have belden power cable, and they have a natural XLR wiring that is as good as blue jeans cable.
What do you think of Belden $1 a foot wire beating out a $30,000 pair of Oracle MIT speaker wiring or $1 a foot power cable beating out $15,000 power cables?
Generic Chinese connectors on eBay.
I might use home theater cable theory in a car audio system. Here's what I want:
Of course I'll solder all the wire connections.
Belden Speaker Wire Tex Flex in the back
Belden BJC-1 with Teck Flex in the back
Belden Power Wire with Tech Flex in the back X 3
X 2http://www.parts-express.com/tc-sounds-lms-ultra-5400-18-dvc-subwoofer--293-666 X 2
- Maybe? I have to check the new size when I get a new used AWD car for the winter with snow tires.
I'll have to offer $1,000 for a craigslist installer, and buy a lot of stuff or as much as I can on eBay.com.
Screw factory direct dampening material and I'm going with dynamat.
There's no 18" subwoofer boxes.
I'll need a new high draw alternator, but it's ok I can spare some fuel efficiency and they're class D amplifiers, not AB.
The subwoofers will be crossover and be the bottom part of the L and R signal so accurate 2 channel with filler speakers in the back.
The daytons are more affordable and just as good for Audio anyways, not HT, and a lower FS, and maybe a better home theater subwoofer anways?
No Blu Ray in the car? What the F!? Lol.
Anyone can use this in a car they might own or own one day if they want!?
I personally might hold back on the capacitor and battery and maybe the head unit but probably not the head unit.