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Def Tech SSA-42 hookup

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Hooking up the sound bar to a Denon 1909.It doesn't have the speaker wire,so I am trying to decide as to what gauge of wire to use. I have been told everything from 14-18 gauge. The wire run will be less than 10ft. From what I have read,22ga would actually work.Polk makes a cable that is 18gauge that is all one flat piece.That would be good to keep the back a little neater if that would work. What do you guys think? I was also thinking about getting a roll and cutting 5 lengths,but I still need to know what gauge.Thanks
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For runs that short, 16-18 AWG would be fine. Even the 22 should be okay if you prefer thinner wire, but if it were me I'd stick with the 16-18.
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Originally Posted by Possumgirl View Post

For runs that short, 16-18 AWG would be fine. Even the 22 should be okay if you prefer thinner wire, but if it were me I'd stick with the 16-18.

Thank you.
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