I'm currently doing some prep work and I have finished fishing the wires thru the walls. I was wondering, if I plan on routing my sub wire towards the back of the room will the quality change if I connect 2 sub cables via a connector vs using just 1 long cable? I only had a 25 ft and a 15 ft, so I connected both Monprice sub cables together via an RCA adapter I picked up at Home Depot this past weekend. The cables are exactly the same model.
I was thinking about purchasing just one 50 ft sub cable, but if it doesn't really matter, that would be best so that I don't have to pull the wire back out and replace it with just one long cable? I know most of the grunt work has already been done fishing the current wire, but if I can eliminate replacing it, definitely better for me. Also, I wrapped the RCA connector in the attic with electric tape to keep any blown insulation from interfering with the connected cables. Not sure if it helps.
Anyhow, the cables I currently have are:High-quality Coaxial Audio/Video RCA CL2 Rated Cable - RG6/U 75ohm