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Cable Management 101

I am in the process of trying to clean up my cables for my home entertainment system. For my speakers I have sewell silver back 12 gauge wire. And my sub I have monster coax.

So my question. I have everything bundled in one sheathing, power cables, speaker wires, rca, etc. It looks good but should I separate power and speaker wires. I don't want to create any type of electrical interference. I don't hear any problems...
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I don't hear any problems...


Then, it's not a problem, in your case.

I'll be back later...


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You normally dont want power and audio cables bundled together! Its best if they are close to each other, they should cross at a right angle to avoid interference.

Its best to keep audio/video, speaker wire, and power cords all seperate from each other, for avoiding any interference. But, if you have a standard tv stand for your gear. It can be almost impossible to avoid.
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