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post #901 of 907 Old Yesterday, 05:58 PM
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Just get the cheapest 10 gauge you can find, they all sound the same.

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Motion 4s

Hi,

I'm looking for a speaker and the guy at BB has suggested ML Motion 4s and 8s. My room size is 19x19x22. Will these speakers be able to fill it up with the highs and lows still clear?

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Just get the cheapest 10 gauge you can find, they all sound the same.
^ +1. Blue Jeans may save you a few bucks.
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I'm looking for a speaker and the guy at BB has suggested ML Motion 4s and 8s. My room size is 19x19x22. Will these speakers be able to fill it up with the highs and lows still clear
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That is a big space to fill. What are the floors, walls, windows and ceilings like in your space, and what are the furniture, curtains, and acoustic features in the room?
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Thanks!

Currently I have MIT One Wire CMR RG-59, done by the man who sold me the system years ago, and it's still working. But all the connectors looks fragile after many moves.
I am in Europe so Blue Jeans might not be easy..

So, basically I just go out and get some 10 gauge cable, and it will work fine.
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10 gauge is a bit of overkill. It really depends on how long of run you need.


http://www.roger-russell.com/wire/wire.htm

FWIW I run 12 gauge to my LCR (I wanted a little bit of the thick cable look when I bought it, now I don't really care as long as it gets the job done), 14 gauge for my surrounds, rear surrounds, and subwoofers.

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Thanks Tch0rT! Your HT looks very nice
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