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post #1 of 2 Old 08-14-2014, 04:20 AM - Thread Starter
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75ohm coaxial cable for RCA analogue

Are there are drawbacks using 75ohm coaxial cable for analogue audio connections, ie from pre-outs to a power amplifier? I bought a load of RCA cables a while ago to be used as analogue cables, and they weren't advertised as 75ohm coaxial cable. They're Canare LV61S.

Also is it recommend to match entire set, I'm using some of those canares for L/R and someSonic Link Simplicity for center, side and surrounds.

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You can use coaxial cable. The majority of RCA cables are coaxial cables with rca connectors.
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